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Day by Day Current Affairs (June 22, 2018) | MCQs for CSS, PMS, NTS

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June 22, 2018

  1. Khalid Jawed new Attorney General for Pakistan
  • Soon after the resignation of Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf Ali, the federal government on June 21, 2018 appointed Khalid Jawed Khan from Karachi to fill the coveted post.
  • `In exercise of powers conferred by Article 100(1) of the Constitution, the president is pleased to appoint Mr Khalid Jawed as Attorney General for Pakistan with the rank and status of a Federal Minister with immediate effect,` said a notification issued by the law ministry on June 21, 2018.
  • Khalid Jawed who is the son of N.D. Khan a senior politician who also served as the law minister during the second government of PPP.
  • The newly appointed AG will serve during the tenure of the government of caretaker Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk.
  1. Over 140 transferred in massive reshuffle in KP bureaucracy
  • In a massive reshuffle, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa caretaker government on June 21, 2018 transferred 141 officials including administrative secretaries, commissioners and deputy commissioners.
  • The provincial establishment department earlier shared the lists with the Election Commission of Pakistan, which approved the changes to be made.
  • The lists of the transferred officers shows that 20 of them are administrative secretaries, commissioners and directors, 18 deputy commissioners and a large number of additional deputy commissioners and assistant commissioners.
  • Administrative secretaries of the administration, energy and power, labour, excise and taxation, environment, population welfare, law, science and technology and information departments and commissioners of Hazara, Dera Ismail Khan, Mardan and Bannu have been reshuffled.
  1. US official reminds Pakistan it`s still on notice
  • The United States has reminded Pakistan that it`s still on notice to eliminate all terrorist sanctuaries from its territory, although relations between the two countries show some signs of improvement.
  • The reminder conveyed by US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice G. Wells at a congressional hearing on June 20, 2018 reemphasizes the point that Washington never fails to mention the need for Pakistan to eliminate terrorism.
  • `Pakistan is on notice that we expect its unequivocal cooperation ending sanctuaries that the Tabban have enjoyed since the remnants of their toppled regime fled into Pakistan in 2001,` said Ms Wells while reviewing one year of the Trump administration`s South Asia Strategy.
  • Pakistan has rejected these allegations as unfounded and has urged Washington not to blame Islamabad for its failures in Afghanistan.
  1. Veteran diplomat Marker is no more
  • Veteran diplomat Jamsheed Kekobad Ardeshir Marker, better known as Jamsheed Marker, passed away on June 21, 2018. He was 95.
  • Mr Marker served for three decades and in his long career he remained posted in more countries than any other diplomat.
  1. New Zealand PM gives birth to baby girl
  • New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave birth to a baby girl in an Auckland on June 21, 2018, becoming only the second world leader to do so while in office.
  • It was the first child for the 37-year-old and her40-year-old partner Clarke Gayford, with the new arrival weighing in at 3.3 kilograms (7.3 pounds).
  • Ardern and Gayford, who hosts a television fishing show, had known the sex of the baby for several months but decided to keep it secret from the public.
  • The charismatic Ardern follows Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in 1990 as the only women in modern history to give birth while in power, but she downplayed the significance.
  • Ms Bhutto gave birth in January 1990 to her daughter Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, who now describes herself on Twitter as the `1st child born to a sitting female Prime Minister`.
  1. Amir Khan launches Super Boxing League
  • British boxer Amir Khan launched the Super Boxing League (SBL) on June 21, 2018.
  • Two-time world champion Amir Khan is promoting the event backed by British business tycoon Bill Dosanjh.
  • Khan and CEO ARY Digital Network Salman Iqbal, who also owns Pakistan Super League franchise Karachi Kings, will jointly serve as the league`s chairman which is set to feature eight teams owned by cricketing and showbiz celebrities.
  • The teams are named after major cities of the country including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Multan, Sialkot and Quetta. Each team will comprise of 10 men and two women boxers.
  • Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi owns Pakhtoon Warriors, legendary pacer Wasim Akram bought Multan Nawabs, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan owns Faisalabad Falcons, while Iqbal and actor Fahad Mustafa jointly own Karachi Cobras.
  • Super Boxing League will be organised in association with Punjab Sports Board (PSB) and World Boxing Council (WBC) from September 28 to November 3 at the Amir Khan Boxing Academy in Islamabad.
  1. International Agri Expo-2018 from June 23, 2018
  • Punjab Agriculture Department will host a two-day International Agri Expo-2018 from June 23 to 24, 2018, at Lahore Expo Centre.
  • The expo would help provide an opportunity to international stakeholders to enhance the export of agricultural products to Pakistan.
  • Expo would be an ultimate opportunity for growers, processors and exporters to develop national as well as international linkages.
  1. Koko, gorilla who used sign language, dies
  • Koko, a western lowland gorilla said to have mastered American Sign Language, has died aged 46 on June 21, 2018.
  • Koko was among a handful of primates who could communicate using sign language; others included Washoe, a female chimpanzee in Washington state, and Chantek, a male orangutan in Atlanta. Her keepers said she understood some spoken English, too.
  • While some scientists questioned the sign language claim, the `talking` lowland gorilla nevertheless became an ambassador for her species, which is threatened by logging and poaching in their native habitats in central Africa.
  • Koko was born Hanabi-ko (Japanese for `fireworks child`) on July 4, 1971, at the San Francisco Zoo. Dr Francine Patterson began working with Koko the following year and taught her sign language.
  1. Int’l Yoga Day stretches around world
  • Downward-facing dogs, cobras and warriors sprouted all over Asia on June 21, 2018, including high in the Himalayas, up in the air and under the sea, for International Yoga Day.
  • Yoga has boomed in recent decades, with millions – perhaps up to 300 million – practising it regularly, although in the West it is often more of a gymnastic than a spiritual activity.
  1. Netanyahu’s wife charged with $100,000 food delivery fraud
  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara was charged June 21, 2018 with fraud and breach of trust after a lengthy probe into allegations she misused state funds to claim for delivery meals costing $100,000.
  • The move represents the latest legal headache for Netanyahu and his family, as the authorities investigate the combative leader over allegations of corruption in a string of eye-catching cases.
  • The justice ministry announced that “the Jerusalem district prosecutor filed charges against the prime minister’s wife”. The ministry said Sara Netanyahu, who turns 60 in November, was accused of falsely declaring there were no cooks available at the premier’s official residence and ordering “hundreds of meals from outside caterers at public expense”.
  • From 2010 to 2013 Netanyahu, her family and guests received “fraudulently from the state hundreds of prepared meals (each including a number of courses) to the value of 359,000 shekels ($99,700)”, the indictment read.
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