Current affairs 11th June 2015

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1. Collegium system of appointment of judges appointed many inefficient Judges: AG

Attorney general Mr Mukul Rohatgi sent report to Supreme court citing 8 cases under which inefficient judges were elevated to high court and supreme court. 3 to SC and 5 to high court. He also pointed few examples by explaining how a judge was well known for coming late to office and not hearing cases after lunch was elevated , in another case he cited about judges who heard about 100 cases and were elevated to SC while more competent judges with 1000 of hearings were not elevated.

2. Pakistan warns India against misadventure like Myanmar.

In retaliation to India’s warning , on Myanmar like attacks on terrorists in POK. Pakistan , being a nuclear nation warned India of proper retaliation, if India tries any thing like what was done by Indian army in Myanmar where more than 100 terrorists were killed in operation in cross border action which was denied by Myanmar.

3. Bail application on Mr Tomar has been quashed. 

Bail application of ex law minister of Delhi Mr Tomar was not accepted by court today and his judicial custody continued for four days.

4. Ravi Shastri could become upcoming coach of India.

Ravi shastri can be made upcoming coach of India and highest paid cricket coach globally.

5. Chinese President Meets  Aung San Suu Kyi

In a note to improve relation with neighboring china myanmar opposition leader  Aung San Suu Kyi meets Chinese president Xi jingping

6. Malaysia expected to grow by 4.7%

world bank has expected that Malaysia will grow by 4.7% in current financial year.

This current affair is made for students preparing for UPSC and Bank examinations to keep them updated of happening around them.

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