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Top 5 Current Affairs: 28 June 2019

Union Home Minister Amit Shah had introduced the Jammu & Kashmir reservation bill in Parliament, while also proposed to extend the President's rule in the state by six months. The Amendment proposes that people who live along the LoC, LaC and UB should be included in the 3% reservation, over 3.5 lakh people will benefit from it.

Jun 28, 2019 17:53 IST

G20 Summit 2019: PM Modi meets Saudi Crown Prince, talks trade, energy and security

PM Modi and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had a bilateral meeting at G20 Summit 2019. This meeting of both leaders was important because Saudi Arabia is India's top supplier of crude oil but the two countries have expanded their relationship beyond this.

Was Rohit Sharma out or not out? Twitterati says not out, third umpire trolled for ‘controversial decision’

Rohit Sharma Controversial Dismissal: Twitterati convinced that Rohit Sharma was not out during India vs West Indies, third umpire trolled. The original decision of not out was reversed by the third umpire and an amused Rohit Sharma was seen walking back.

Trump lacks moral principle, Female Dalai Lama should be attractive, says Dalai Lama in explosive interview

The Dalai Lama criticized US President Donald Trump for his America-first policy and said that it was wrong. Dalai Lama also said that its better to keep Europe for Europeans. He further said that if a female Dalai Lama comes, then she should be attractive.

J&K reservation (amendment) bill 2019 passed by Lok Sabha

Union Home Minister Amit Shah had introduced the Jammu & Kashmir reservation bill in Parliament, while also proposed to extend the President's rule in the state by six months. The Amendment proposes that people who live along the LoC, LaC and UB should be included in the 3% reservation, over 3.5 lakh people will benefit from it.

50% of over 9,000 vacancies in Indian Railways will be for women: Piyush Goyal

Piyush Goyal tweeted that 50% of over 9,000 vacancies that are coming up for the posts of Constables and Sub-Inspectors in the railways will be for women.