Here is the 11th June 2015 Latest Current Affairs of Bank Jobs

International Affairs

Nepal PM Sushil Koirala PM invites Narendra Modi to visit Nepal on June 25 to answer the first donor conference in Kathmandu.

  • Note: India supported Nepal in the efforts of rehabilitation and reconstruction of the earthquake submit.
  • African leaders have agreed to create the largest free trade area of ​​the continent, covering 26 countries in the Cape Town area in Cairo.
  • The agreement, signed in Egypt, is designed to facilitate the movement of goods between member countries, which represent more than half the continent’s GDP.
  • Note: Three existing trading blocs – the Community Development Southern Africa (SADC); the East African Community (EAC) and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) – must be combined into one new zone.

National Affairs

Nation pays rich tributes to revolutionary Poet & Freedom Fighter, Shaheed Ram Prasad Bismil (11th June 1897 – 19th December 1927) on his birthday today.

  • He was a founding member of the revolutionary organization Hindustan Republican Association.
  • He was an Indian revolutionary who helped Maintenay 1918 conspiracy, conspiracy and Kakori 1925, and fought against British imperialism.

Science & Technology

India has released its first aircraft carrier INS Vikrant built locally at a ceremony at Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL).

  • The ship, built at CSL, will undergo a series of interlocking processes and testing before it is ready for propulsion and was inducted into the Navy.
  • The vessel has a length of more than 260 meters and width of 60 meters.
  • It has two runways and a landing strip with three arrester son capable aircraft operating STOBAR including indigenous LCA, as well as a range of helicopters with hangars.
  • CSL CEO: Commodore Kartik Subramaniam

New appointments

Principal Investigator Srivari Chandrasekhar was appointed Director of the Indian CSIR-Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), a leading research institute of the central government.

Awards and Recognition

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today presented the Bangladesh Liberation War Honour to members of the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee of the family.

  • Bangladesh conferred this award to Mr. Vajpayee for his contribution to the struggle of the South Asian nation for liberation from Pakistan.
  • Note: PM Modi received the honor on behalf of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, during his recent visit to Bangladesh.

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal of Punjab was conferred the prestigious 14th Sant Namdev National Award-2015 to promote peace, communal harmony and universal brotherhood to a function organized here by the Sarhad foundation.


Indian Cricket team captain, MS Dhoni is the only cricketer in the top 100 of the Forbes list of the highest paid athletes in the world.

Dhoni ranked 23rd in the list.

The list was topped again by the American boxer Floyd Mayweather and its “Fight of the Century ‘opponent, Manny Pacquiao in second place.

  • Top 10 highest paid athletes in the world Forbes 2015
  • Floyd Mayweather (Boxing – US): $ 300 million
  • Manny Pacquiao (Boxing – Philippines): $ 160 million
  • Cristiano Ronaldo (Football – Portugal): $ 79.6 million
  • Lionel Messi (Soccer – Argentina): $ 73.8 million
  • Roger Federer (Tennis – Switzerland): $ 67,000,000
  • LeBron James (Basketball – US): $ 64.8 million
  • Kevin Durant (Basketball – US): $ 54.1 million
  • Phil Mickelson (Golf – USA): $ 50.8 million
  • Tiger Woods (Golf – USA): $ 50.6 million
  • Kobe Bryant (Basketball – US): $ 49.5 million

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