Daily Current Affairs: 22 June 2022

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Daily Current Affairs: 22 June 2022

nabard: ONDC partners with NABARD to activate e-commerce in agri tech - The  Economic Times

The government’s Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) is working to bring ecommerce to agriculture with the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD). The Indian government has been working on ONDC since July 2021, aiming to promote open networks developed on open-sourced methodology, using open specifications and open network protocols independent of any specific platform.

TCS, HDFC Bank, Infy and LIC among Kantar's global 100 most valuable firms  | Business Standard News

IT services and banking companies have retained top positions in the Kantar Brandz, 2022 Most Valuable Global Brands report. This year the number of Indian brands in the Global Top 100 rose to four: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HDFC Bank, Infosys, and Life Insurance Corporation (LIC).

Australia to provide USD 50 million support to Sri Lanka – ThePrint –  ANIFeed

Australia announced that it will provide 50 million US dollars to support Sri Lanka to meet urgent food and health care needs. Sri Lanka currently faces its worst economic crisis in seventy years, leading to shortages of food, medicine and fuel. Australia will contribute an immediate 22 million dollars to the World Food Programme for emergency food assistance to help three million people in Sri Lanka meet their daily nutritional needs.

MoHUA Launches NIPUN Project For Promotion Of Upskilling Of 1 Lakh Nirman  Workers

Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of Housing & Urban Affairs and Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India, launched an innovative project for skill training of construction workers called ‘NIPUN’ i.e. National Initiative for Promoting Upskilling of Nirman workers.

1K+ Yoga Girl Pictures | Download Free Images on Unsplash

The Prime Minister’s award for outstanding contribution for promotion of Yoga has been announced for the year 2021. Ayush Ministry said, two individuals Bhikkhu Sanghasena from Ladakh, Marcus Vinicius Rojo Rodrigues from Brazil and two organisations, The Divine Life Society from Uttarakhand and the British Wheel of Yoga from United Kingdom have been chosen for award.

New Advanced Light Helicopter Squadron 840 CG inducted in Indian Coast Guard  | NewsOnAIR -

In the Indian Coast Guard, a new air squadron was created in Chennai by the name 840 Squadron, initially with an Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) Mark-III aircraft.

Gustavo Petro: first leftist president faces tough challenge in Colombia |  Colombia | The Guardian

Former Bogota mayor and ex-rebel fighter Gustavo Petro has become Colombia’s President on 19 June, after narrowly defeating real estate millionaire Rodolfo Hernández in the run-off election.


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