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Ajeya Kallam appointed principal advisor to Andhra Chief Minister
Current Affairs Headlines of 10th June, 2019

→ Ajeya Kallam appointed principal advisor to Andhra Chief Minister

→ Bajaj Finserv announced its partnership with motherhood hospitals, a comprehensive network of women & children hospital.

→ Bancha, the first solar kitchen only village in India

→ French Open: Ashleigh Barty clinches her first Grand Slam singles title

→ Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Puri launched Swachh Survekshan League.

→ ICICI Bank launched a centre in Bengaluru to provide business solutions exclusively to start-ups and MSME sector.

→ Jammu and Kashmir govt appoints RK Chibber as interim chief of J&K Bank

→ Karnataka government has launched Pink Sarathi vehicles for womens safety

→ The Minister of State (I/c) of Culture & Tourism, Prahalad Singh Patel, inaugurated the exhibition titled ‘Unknown Masterpieces of Himachal Folk Art’, in New Delhi2019.

→ Wipro to acquire US International TechneGroup for 312 crore

→ YES Bank has conducted the first e-auction of forest produce in Dhanora Mahasangh in Maharashtra.

 


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