Find here today’s news headlines by Jagran Josh for June 11, 2022.
- India reports 8,329 new cases, 4,216 recoveries and 10 deaths in the past 24 hours.
- Prophet Remarks Row: Two dead in protest at Jharkhand’s Ranchi.
- Rajya Sabha Election 2022 Result: Out of 6 seats in Maharashtra, BJP won 3 seats – its 3 candidates, Piyush Goyal, Anil Bonde and Dhananjay Mahadik won.
- The United Nations General Assembly adopts a resolution on multilingualism and mentions the Hindi language for the first time.
- Police deployment continues in Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh, where a protest against suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma turned violent on June 10.
- Indian diplomat Amandeep Singh Gill has been named the UN’s chief technology envoy.
- A magnitude 3.7 earthquake occurred around 00:37, 64 km SSE of Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir.
- The Karnataka government has issued new COVID guidelines and made it mandatory to wear masks in shopping malls, closed outdoor events, hotels, restaurants and other public places.
- Danish Ambassador calls Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to discuss 24/7 water supply, clean air.
- The United States is ending the COVID-19 testing requirement for travel to the country.
- Imran Khan rejects the budget for the new fiscal year in Pakistan as “anti-people, anti-business”.
- The Chinese Air Force maintains 20-25 frontline fighters near eastern Ladakh.
- 11e session of India-Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs consultations held in Ankara.
- China and the United States clash as Beijing threatens war on Taiwan.
- Ukraine is exhausting Russian armament, depending on the weapons of the allies.
- Pakistan will raise taxes on the rich and ban some car purchases to secure an IMF bailout.
- Russia and China unveil the first road bridge.
- Pakistani skipper Babar Azam creates a massive record despite missing a ton against West Indies in the 2nd ODI. He became the first batsman in the history of international cricket to score nine consecutive half-centuries in all three formats of cricket.
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