News Updates and Current Affairs 22 June


5 Key News Updates – Current Affairs 22 June 2015

1. Ex-Google executive Nikesh Arora appointed Softbank president

India-born former Google executive Nikesh Arora has been appointed the president of Japan’s telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp. The company paid Arora $135 million for the year to march. Arora, 47, who earlier held the vice-president’s post, was appointed company president and chief operating officer at a general meeting of shareholders here on Friday.
Current Affairs 22 June
2. PM to launch three flagship schemes for urban revamp
The NDA government is all set to launch three mega urban projects worth Rs 4 lakh crores, which would be unveiled with much fanfare by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here.
Current Affairs 22 June

3. Keith Vaz, Britain’s longest-serving Indian-origin MP was re-elected as chair of Parliament’s influential Home Affairs Select Committee. READ MORE

4. China on 19 June 2015 launched the world’s first electric passenger aircraft named BX1E that could be used in pilot training, tourism, meteorology and rescue operations. READ MORE

5. State Bank of India on Friday launched “SBI eforex”, an internet-based platform that enables customers to book their foreign exchange transactions online. READ MORE

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