Current Affairs 02/06/21

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Nation and Politics- Current affairs 02/06/21

This category of current affairs 02/06/21 consists the important and latest news regarding nation and politics of India.

Election Commission is Confident in Holding 2022 Assembly Polls in 5 States

Election Commission is Confident in Holding 2022 Assembly Polls in 5 States

The Election Commission is confident of holding the five assembly polls that is due up to early next year. It includes the states like Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. This happens because the poll panel has gained a lot of experience from the electoral exercise in Bihar, West Bengal and four other assemblies amid the coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, the terms of the legislative assemblies of Goa, Manipur, Punjab and Uttarakhand are coming to an end in March 2022. On the other hand the term of the Uttar Pradesh legislative assembly is scheduled to end in May.

Former-CS of West Bengal Alapan Bandyopadhyay Gets Notice from MHA and Faces Up to 1-yr Jail

Former-CS of West Bengal Alapan Bandyopadhyay Gets Notice from MHA and Faces Up to 1-yr Jail

On late Monday, the Union Home Ministry issued a notice to former West Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay under the Disaster Management Act. The notice was send as the former CS was failed to comply with the Centre’s directions to attend the review meeting on Cyclone Yaas chaired by PM Modi in Bengal’s Kalaikunda last week.

According some sources it has been said that the “offence” under Section 51(b) of the DM Act entails criminal action and provides for a maximum one-year jail term upon conviction. This move is likely escalates the tensions between the Centre and CM Mamata Banerjee.  

Sports, Arts and Books- Current affairs 02/06/21

This category of current affairs 02/06/21 consists the important and latest news regarding Sports, Arts and Books of India.

The Debut Book of Ravi Shahtri is Titled ‘Stargazing: The Players in My Life’

The Debut Book of Ravi Shahtri is Titled ‘Stargazing: The Players in My Life’

Ravi Shastri who is a cricket all-rounder, commentator and coach, now making his publishing debut. He has penned a book titled ‘Stargazing: The Players in My Life’. HarperCollins India is publishing the book. The book is been co-authored by Ayaz Memon and expected to be released on June 25, 2021. Shastri has written in the book about some 60 extraordinary talents he has met from across the world. These talents inspired him in his life in many ways.

Vikram Sampath Authored a Book named ‘Savarkar: A contested Legacy (1924-1966)

Vikram Sampath Authored a Book named ‘Savarkar: A contested Legacy (1924-1966)

Vikram Sampath, a decorated historian and author has come out with the second and concluding volume of the book on the life and works of Veer Savarkar. The book titled “Savarkar: A contested Legacy (1924-1966)”. The presented book will hit the stands on July 26, 2021, under the publication of Penguin Random House India. This second volume will bring light to the life and works of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar from the year he died i.e. 1924 to 1966.

World- Current affairs 02/06/21

This category of current affairs 02/06/21 consists the important and latest news regarding the world.

Russia’s CoviVac is More Than 80% Effective Against COVID-19

Russia's CoviVac is More Than 80% Effective Against COVID-19

Russia’s third vaccine CoviVac against COVID-19 is more than 80% effective according to preliminary data. On Wednesday the Interfax news agency cited the vaccine’s developer said this in a official report. Interfax added that the Chumakov Centre could produce six times more than the previously planned 10 million doses of vaccine a year.

Young Chinese are Not Accepting Third Child Policy

Young Chinese are Not Accepting Third Child Policy

On Monday, the world’s most populous nation China has further relaxed its strict family planning controls. It allows couples to have three children. This happens when the country recorded born of just 12 million Chinese infants last year which is low record. China wants its women to have more children but many young people are not accepting this policy because of soaring living costs and changing mindsets about families.

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