Today’s Current Affairs: June 28, 2024

National News

Central Electronics Limited (CEL) Achieves Mini RATNA StatusUnion Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh announced that Central Electronics Limited (CEL) has been granted “Mini RATNA” (Category-1) status during its Golden Jubilee celebration. CEL has transformed from a loss-making PSU to a dividend-paying entity over the past three years​
Kapil Dev Appointed President of Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI)Legendary cricketer Kapil Dev has been appointed as the president of PGTI. Known for his leadership in cricket, he now steps into a significant role in promoting golf in India​

International News

SpaceX Wins NASA Contract to Deorbit ISSNASA awarded SpaceX an $843 million contract to develop a deorbit vehicle to safely bring the International Space Station (ISS) out of orbit by 2030. This initiative ensures the controlled deorbiting of the ISS, targeting Point Nemo in the Pacific Ocean

Sports News

Travis Head Tops ICC T20 Batting RankingsAustralia’s Travis Head has overtaken India’s Suryakumar Yadav to become the number-one batter in the latest ICC T20 rankings. Head’s performance has placed him two points ahead of Yadav

Business News

Aksha Mohit Kamboj Appointed VP of India Bullion Jewellers AssociationAksha Mohit Kamboj, Executive Chairperson of Aspect Global Ventures, has been appointed as Vice President of the India Bullion Jewellers Association. She brings extensive experience in the bullion and jewellery sector

Historical Events

Death Anniversary of Field Marshal Sam ManekshawJune 27 marked the death anniversary of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, a prominent military leader who served as the Chief of Army Staff during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971

Awards and Recognitions

GRSE Wins Sustainable Governance Champion Award 2024Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers (GRSE) Ltd. received the “Sustainable Governance Champion Award” at the Outlook Planet Sustainability Awards 2024​


Idioms and ExpressionsToday’s idiom: “A bad workman always blames his tools,” meaning people who perform poorly often blame external factors rather than accepting their lack of skill​

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