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June 4th week 2015 current affairs
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June 4th week 2015 current affairs

1) Tom Holland is the new Spider-Man.

  • Tom Holland best known for starring in Billy Elliot the Musical will play Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, in the next film of the popular franchise.
  • Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios chose him after a worldwide casting search.
  • Spider-Man, to be directed by Cop Car helmer Jon Watt.
2) Jharkhand MLA Kamal Kishore Bhagat jailed for 7 years for attempt to murder.
  • A Ranchi court sentenced Lohardaga MLA Kamal Kishore Bhagat of All Jharkhand Students Union to seven years rigorous imprisonment in an attempt to murder case.
  • The court of additional judicial commissioner Krishna Kumar awarded seven year rigorous imprisonment to MLA Kamal Kishore Bhagat, along with another party leader Alastair Bodra, in a 21-year-old attempt to murder case.
  • All Jharkhand Students Union is an alliance partner of the ruling BJP in Jharkhand.

3) Freida Pinto in global goals campaign.

  • Actor Freida Pinto along with actor Chiwetel Ejiofor and filmmaker Richard Curtis launched the world’s first global cinema ad campaign, aimed at raising awareness of the United Nations’ goals for sustainable development.
  • It is a part of the Global Goals campaign.
4) Mata Amritanandamayi to address U.N. conference.
  • Mata Amritanandamayi, Chancellor of Amrita University, will deliver the keynote address during the conference at the United Nations on technology and sustainable development in July.
  • The chancellor will address the first programme on July 8, which will include a series of events at the UN titled `Skills and technology accelerating rapid transformation`.
  • Faculty from the University will later present research work they have undertaken in collaboration with renowned universities such as Cambridge, EPFL, Monash, the National University of Singapore, Oxford, Stanford and Twente.
  • The portal would encourage discussions and collaborations among university researchers worldwide on technology for global sustainable development.

5) 10 years after death, Narasimha Rao gets memorial in Delhi.

  • Ten years after his demise, former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao, who was disowned by Congress and denied a memorial in Delhi by its government, has finally got his due respect in the form of a ‘samadhi’.
  • A memorial ghat is ready for Rao at `Rashtriya Smriti`, close to the memorials of all the former Presidents and Prime Ministers.
  • The memorial is raised on a plinth in marble with a plaque bearing text highlighting briefly his contributions.
About P.V. Narasimha Rao:
  1. P.V. Narasimha Rao was born on 28th June, 1921 in Laknepalli Village, Warangal District in Telangana state.
  2. He rose to prominence as freedom fighter who fought the misrule of the Nizam during the formulative years of his political career.
  3. He headed a Congress government between 1991 to 1996.
6) Afghan prez Ghani nominates first female judge to Supreme Court.
  • Afghan President Ashraf Ghani nominated a female judge to the Supreme Court in an unprecedented move that has angered some Islamic conservatives.
  • Anisa Rasouli, the head of the Afghan Women Judges Association and a former juvenile court judge, was the only female nominated to the nine-member bench after the announcement was delayed due to opposition by a group of Islamic conservatives.



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