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Current Affairs 19th June 2019
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To Oxford University, Blackstone Chief Donates $188 Million


To Oxford University, Blackstone Chief Donates $188 Million
The head of the private equality firm Blackstone has confirmed $188.37 million to Oxford University, the biggest single donation in its history, to fund a humanities centre that would also house an company to study the ethics of artificial intelligence. Stephen Schwarzman, chairman, co-founder of Blackstone and chief executive which has about $500 billion in assets said, that the donation would fund the Schwarzman Centre to support programmes up from history to music.

The centre will also build a new Institute for Ethics in AI (Artificial Intelligence). New facilities funded by the donation would include a 250-seat auditorium and 500-seat concert hall.

National Current Affairs



To Lok Sabha, PM Modi Introduces His Council Of Ministers


To Lok Sabha, PM Modi Introduces His Council Of Ministers
PM Narendra Modi Wednesday (19th June 2019) introduced his new Council of Ministers to the Lok Sabha. It is a regular practice for the PM to introduce the council of ministers after the new government takes over or expansion of the union cabinet or if there is a reshuffle.

PM Narendra Modi read out names and portfolios of the new council ministers who stood up and greeted the members of the house with folded hands. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to introduce the new council ministers to the Rajya Sabha on Friday (21st June 2019). Apart from Prime Minister Modi, the Council of Ministers has 57 members, 9 Ministers of State, 24 Cabinet, and 24 Moses with independent charge.

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ICC World Cup 2019: Match 25


ICC World Cup 2019: Match 25 #SAvsNZ
New Zealand vs South Africa: On today (19th June 2019, Wednesday), a match between New Zealand vs South Africa at Edgbaston, Birmingham. The toss was won by New Zealand and elected to bowl first. New Zealand played 4 matches and 3 matches won, and one no result and South Africa played 5 matches and won 1 and lost 3 and no result one. 

South Africa was led by Faf du Plessis and New Zealand was led by Kane Williamson. In the last match between England vs Afghanistan (Match 24) at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester. England won by 150 runs and create history by captain Morgan hit 17 sixes by a batsman in an ODI. England has won the toss and choose to bat first. In the first half England scored 397/6 (50.0) while chasing a massive target, Afghanistan was scored 247/8 (50.0). The player of the match was given to Eoin Morgan who scored 148 (71), 4 fours and 17 six's.

Today Awareness & Events



National Refill Day 2019


National Refill Day 2019
On 19th June, we'll be asking the United Kingdom public if they have got the bottle to stop plastic pollution by transferring from a single-use plastic bottle to a reusable plastic. If just one in 10 Brits Refilled just once a week, we had saved around 340 million plastic bottles a year.

National Refill Day is a public awareness campaign to help to stop millions of single-use plastic bottles from polluting our areas/ streets and our oceans by promoting people to carry a reusable water bottle and refill it. Every time a few people refill a bottle rather than throwing it to reducing the amount of plastic that reaches the ocean.



International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict


International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict
On 19 June 2015, the UN General Assembly emphasized 19th June of each year the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict. It was organized in order to raise awareness of the need to put an end to conflict-related sexual violence. It was organized to honour the survivors and victims of sexual violence around the world and pay the tribute to all those who have audaciously devoted their lives to and lost their lives in standing up for the destruction of these crimes.

The Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict date was chosen in memory the adoption on 19th June 2008 of Security Council resolution.


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