🌄 S̴h̴u̴b̴o̴u̴d̴h̴a̴y̴ : 04 Jun🙏🏻
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  1. Punjab Congress, state Chief Minister Amarinder Singh arrives in Delhi to meet 3-member AICC panel on Friday . The panel constituted by Congress president Sonia Gandhi to resolve factionalism in the Punjab unit comprises Kharge, former Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat and former MP J P Aggarwal.
  2. Health Ministry has finalised arrangements with Hyderabad- based vaccine manufacturer Biological-E to reserve 30 crore of COVID-19 vaccine doses . These vaccine doses will be manufactured and stockpiled by M/s Biological-E from August to December this year. For this purpose, the Union Ministry of Health would be making an advance payment of 1,500 crore rupees to M/s Biological-E.
  3. PM Modi will chair the meeting of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, CSIR Society at 11 am . The Society is part of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research under the Ministry of Science & Technology. Its activities are carried out through 37 laboratories and 39 outreach centres spread across India.
  4. PM Modi interacts with students and parents to address their worries at CBSE virtual session . He interacted with students and their parents yesterdayday and asked them how they felt after hearing about cancellation of Class XII exams.
  5. Maharashtra government has launched “Corona-free Village Competitions” which is an interesting route to ensure all Covid-19 precautionary norms are followed in villages of state. Under this competition, three villages will be awarded prizes up to ₹50 lakh. This competition will encourage to take measures to curb spread of Covid-19. First prize is ₹50 lakh, second is ₹25 lakh and third is ₹15 lakh. There are a total of six revenue divisions in Maharashtra. Thus, 18 prizes will be given with total prize money of ₹5.4 crore.
  6. Karnataka extends ongoing lockdown till June 14th.
  7. Maharashtra’s U-turn on unlock: Lockdown restrictions to continue in state : The Uddhav Thackeray government’s clarification on unlock in Maharashtra came hours after Wadettiwar held a press conference and unveiled the details of the unlockdown in half of the state, i.e. 18 of the 36 districts, from June 4.
  8. The second LDF government led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in Kerala is all set to present the state budget today.
  9. Food Processing Industries Minister Narendra Singh Tomar today virtually inaugurated the Indus Best Mega Food Park at Tilda block of Raipur district in Chhattisgarh.
  10. The Government decided to extend the validity period of Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) qualifying certificate from 7 years to lifetime with retrospective effect from 2011 . The announcement was made by Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’.
  11. A total of 17 pilots of Air India, IndiGo and Vistara died due to COVID-19 in May when the country saw the peak of the coronavirus pandemic’s second wave.
  12. GMR Airports-run Delhi and Hyderabad airports have been felicitated by the Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific Green Airports Recognition 2021 for their environment sustainable initiatives. The award was decided by a distinguished global panel that highly praised DIAL’s Green taxiing initiatives at IGI Airport based on TaxiBots. This is the fifth consecutive year where DIAL has been appreciated and awarded for its sustainable initiatives.
  13. Indian Army will end the registration process for SSC Officers post today, June 4, 2021 . Candidates can apply online through the official site of the Indian Army on joinindianarmy.nic.in.
  14. Air Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari has been appointed as the next Vice Chief of Air Staff in the Air headquarters .Two new commander-in-chiefs would also be moving for their new assignments as Director General Air Operations. Air Marshal Ballabha Radha Krishna would be succeeding Chaudhari at the Western Command in Delhi while Air Marshal RJ Duckworth would be taking charge of the Central Air Command in Prayagraj.
  15. The Ministry of Defence on Thursday signed a contract with Mahindra Telephonics to procure 11 airport surveillance radars for the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard. Installation of these radars will increase the air domain awareness around airfields and enhance safety and efficiency in flying operations of the Navy and the Coast Guard.


  1. US Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and informed him about the United States’ global allocation plan of the first 25 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines . Apart from PM Modi, Harris spoke to Mexico President Andres Manuel Lpez Obrador, Guatemala President Alejandro Giammattei and Prime Minister Keith Rowley, Chairman of the Caribbean Community.
  2. Indian Council of Medical Research, ICMR has approved second home-based Rapid Antigen Test kit named “PanBio COVID-19” . This test kit was developed by Abbott Rapid Diagnostics Division, Chicago.
  3. India and United Kingdom have launched a new workstream to promote industrial energy efficiency . The workstream was launched under Industrial Deep Decarbonization Initiative (IDDI) of Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM). 12th CEM is being organised by Chile in virtual mode. It was started on May 31 and will conclude on June 6.
  4. India and Germany held bilateral consultations on UN issues yesterday via video conference. Vikas Swarup, Secretary (West) led the Indian delegation along with officials from the UN and Europe West Divisions of the Ministry and the Embassy of India in Berlin.
  5. Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla has said that India is working with several other countries in the World Trade Organization on a targeted and temporary waiver under TRIPS to ensure timely and secure access to vaccines for all. He said, India is also looking forward to World Health Organization’s approval for India’s indigenous vaccine Covaxin manufactured by Bharat Biotech


  1. China’s ‘artificial sun’ sets world record, achieves plasma temperature of 120 million °C : The device is designed to replicate the nuclear fusion process that naturally occurs in the sun and stars that act as an infinite source of energy. The same can be obtained through controlled nuclear fusion, often dubbed “artificial sun.”
  2. United States President Joe Biden on Thursday announced his plans to allocate 75 per cent — nearly 19 million of the first tranche of 25 million doses — of unused COVID-19 vaccines through the UN-backed COVAX global vaccine sharing programme to countries in South and Southeast Asia as well as Africa.
  3. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has signed an agreement with vaccine manufacturer Moderna to supply their international vaccination efforts boosting fight against SARS-CoV-2 virus .
  4. NASA, has announced its two new robotic missions namely Davinci+ and Veritas, to Venus to examine atmosphere and geological features on the planet. Each of the missions have been awarded $500m funding. They will be launched in between 2028 and 2030. Missions would provide a chance to investigate the planet Venus that haven’t been provided in about 30 years. Two missions were selected after a peer-review process.
  5. First solar eclipse of the year 2021: The Solar Eclipse will take place on 10 June will cover, the sun by 97 percent eclipse will start at 1:42 pm IST (8:12 UTC) and end at 1:11 pm IST (13:11 UTC) on 10 June.

6.The Bangladesh budget for the Financial Year 2022 has allocated Tk 10,000 crore to meet the emergency requirements arising out of the COVID pandemic in the country. Finance Minister A H M Mustafa Kamal presented the budget in the parliament on Thursday.

  1. Chinese social media is abuzz with skepticism, ridicule, and sorrow on the newly announced three-child policy in a bid to reverse the country’s falling birth rate. On Monday, the eve of International Children’s Day, it was announced that China would further relax its family planning policy to allow all couples to have up to three children. The decision stoked an online debate if it had come too late.
  2. The African Union suspended Mali’s membership in response to last week’s military coup and threatened sanctions, if a civilian-led government is not restored.


  1. Track legend Milkha Singh, who had tested positive for COVID-19 two weeks ago, was on Thursday admitted to the ICU in COVID hospital of Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh. Milkha Singh is also known as The Flying Sikh. He still is the only Indian athlete to win gold in the 400m at the Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games. He was awarded the Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civilian honour, in recognition of his sporting achievements.
  2. Indian Olympic Association Unveils the Official kit for Team India at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: With 50 days to go for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the Indian Olympic Association unveiled an impressive ceremonial and official sports attire for the Indian contingent that will participate in the Games of the XXXII Olympiad scheduled to be held from 23 July to 8 August 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.
  3. In Hockey, Indian men’s team maintained their fourth position while women’s team held to ninth position in the latest International Hockey Federation world rankings. Despite missing the European leg of the FIH Hockey Pro- League series in Great Britain, Spain and Germany in April and May, the Indian men’s team maintained its fourth spot.
  4. *The Indian men’s cricket team led by Virat Kohli and Mithali Raj-led women’s team took off for United Kingdom. Both the team are flying in the same chartered flight in a historic first. Upon reaching, they will head into a straight 10-day quarantine. It is notable that the India men and women’s team will be in action in the UK for the next couple of months. While India men will play five-match Test series against Englishmen, India women will play one-off day which will be followed by three-match ODI and T20I series.
  5. In Asian Cup football qualifiers, Sunil Chhetri-led Indian football team begins its bid to qualify for the 2023 Asian Cup with a match against Asian champions Qatar in Doha today .

Although it is a combined qualification tournament, combining the 2022 World Cup, India are out of contention for the game’s biggest tournament. India’s other qualification matches are against Bangladesh on 7th of June and Afghanistan on 15th of June

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🇮🇳Facts about India🇮🇳

Radcliffe Line , which is the boundary demarcation between India and Pakistan established on 17 August 1947. It is named after its architect, Sir Cyril Radcliffe, who was the then chairman of the Border Commissions.

Line of Control refers to the military control line between the Indian and Pakistani controlled parts of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir—a line which does not constitute a legally recognized international boundary, but serves as the de facto border.

😀Thought of the day

Learn everything that is good from others, but bring it in, and in your own way adsorb it; do not become others.”

Joke of the day

In the Sky – Locust 🦗
On the Ground – Corona 🐡
Underground – Earthquake ⚡
In the Sea- Cyclone 🌪
At Home – Wife/husband🤷🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♂️

… And Aarogya Setu says You are Safe 🤣


Why can’t Reserve Bank of India print more currency notes, as per people’s need?

People deposit their savings in banks. Banks lend this money in the form of loan to wannabe entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs invest them in their businesses. Business give salary to people and themselves earn money from customers. This earned money is income and it is again deposited in banks in the form of savings. Banks again lend the money… This is the money cycle and this is how the economy runs.

But few people who have unaccounted money which we call as black money. In other words money is earned but not deposited in banks and not accounted for tax purposes, so money cycle would be blocked. To overcome this, RBI established .

RBI follows Minimum Reserve System since 1956 of Rs. 200 crores in the form of gold coins, gold bullions and foreign currencies.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

कृष्णा पक्ष : अमावस्या
no moon day
शुक्ल पक्ष : पूर्णिमा
full moon day
( Purnima).

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Largest Desert in India is The Thar (Rajasthan)


What is the story behind Lord Shiv having Ganga on his head?

According to Puranas: King named Bhagiratha, did thousand years of penance to please Lord Brahma, for River Ganga to come to Earth. He wanted the Holy River Ganga to descend from heaven to Earth and release his 60000 ancestors from the curse of Saint Kapila at Patalu lok, so that the dead people could rise to heaven ( this could be possible only with offering of Niravapanjali ( the Vedic rituals performed after death), with the sacred Ganga river, which was at that time in Heaven.

And after his successful penance, Ganga had to be released from heaven to Earth, but Lord Brahma says that, no one could withstand the power of Ganga force other than God Shiva. He again pray Lord Shiv to receive on his head and save the earth from the heavy force of Ganga from heaven, So, Shiva received Ganga in his matted locks (hair), and released her from His hair in seven streams, and thus became Gangadhara .

Since Ganga , has descended from heaven to Earth , so is considered the most sacred river and Ganga bath, removes all your sins and thus purifies the people. Pilgrims immerse the ashes of their kin in the Ganga River , which is believed to grant them moksha. Ganga is the only river , which flows in the three worlds , heaven, Earth and Patala (netherworld ).

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What is the ring of light around the sun called?

A Sun halo is caused by the refraction, reflection, and dispersion of light through ice particles suspended within thin, wispy, high altitude cirrus or cirrostratus clouds. As light passes through these hexagon-shaped ice crystals, it is bent at a 22° angle, creating a circular halo around the Sun.

Sunlight through the ice crystals causes the light to split, or be refracted. When at just the right angle, it causes us to see the halo. The same thin clouds can cause a ring, or halo, around the moon at night.

( Note : These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻)

Immersing your feet in a tub of warm water , , is a nice way to relax after a long day. A foot soak soothes your muscles, hydrates your skin, and can relieve aches and pains due to standing for hours or walking in uncomfortable shoes.

You can add two teaspoons of epsom salt, and if you want, you can also add a few drops of essential oil for added relaxation. Dip your feet in this warm water for 10 to 15 minutes. Take a towel to dry your feet.


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