javascript:void(0) Current Affairs for SSC Exams 2016 – Series 4 ~ Online GK

Current Affairs for SSC Exams 2016 – Series 4

Current Affairs for SSC Exams 2016 – Series 4
(Week 19.06.2016 to 25.06.2016)
Current Affairs for SSC Exams 2016: Current Affairs questions are regularly being asked in various SSC Exams. We are regularly providing you current affairs series, top 5 current affairs questions of the week and top 5 general knowledge questions of the week. You should read and prepare on a regular basis. This will help you in getting more marks in competitive exams. Here is a series on current affairs which is very useful for SSC, Bank, Railway, Insurance, UPSC and other competitive exams.

Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2016: Australia on 18 June 2016 won Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2016 at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London. It defeated India 1-0 in a shoot-out.
Archery World Cup: The Indian mixed recurve team of Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das on 19 June 2016 won silver at the Archery World Cup in Antalya, Turkey.
20 June: World Refugee Day: World Refugee Day was observed on 20 June 2016. It is observed annually to draw attention to the plight of refugees, celebrate their courage and resilience and renew commitment to solve refugee problems.
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Women Fighter Pilots: The Indian Air Force (IAF) on 18 June 2016 commissioned first three women fighter pilots. The batch of pilots was inducted at the Combined Graduation Parade at Air Force Academy, Dundigal near Hyderabad.
21 June: International Day of Yoga: The International Day of Yoga was on 21 June 2016 observed across the world with the theme Connect the Youth.
Virginia Raggi: Virginia Raggi, a leading member of the populist anti-corruption Five Star Movement (M5S), on 20 June 2016 was elected as Rome’s first female mayor.
TaihuLight: Chinese supercomputer Sunway TaihuLight with 93 petaflop/second speed was on 20 June 2016 declared as the world’s fastest supercomputer. It was revealed in the TOP500 list of supercomputers released at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) in Frankfurt, Germany.
Amjad Sabri: Renowned Qawwal Amjad Sabri, who was known for More Haji Piya, was shot dead by unidentified motorcycle-borne gunmen in Karachi, Pakistan on 22 June 2016.
Anil Kumble: Former Spinner Anil Kumble was appointed as the head coach of Indian Cricket Team on 23 June 2016. He will hold this position for one year.
David Cameron: The Prime Minister of United Kingdom David Cameron on 24 June 2016 announced his resignation hours after the Brexit vote that favoured leaving the European Union (EU).
Britain: People of Britain in a historic referendum on 24 June 2016 voted in favour of leaving European Union (EU). The referendum ‘to leave’ or ‘to be a member’ of EU saw 51.9% votes in favour compared to 48.1% in against.
Neil O'Brien: Neil O'Brien, a pioneer of quizzing in India and leader of the Anglo-Indian community, died in Kolkata on 24 June 2016. He was 82.



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