Current Affairs 19th June, 2015: HDFC Launces Paperless Mortgage Plan
Keith Vaz Re-elected as UK Parliament Committee Chairman
19.06.2015: Indian origin Keith Vaz, who is the longest serving MP in UK parliament is re-elected as the chairman of Parliaments Home Affairs select Committee. This is his third term. He received 412 votes in a secret poll. Vaz was born on 26th November, 1956 and was first elected to parliament in 1987. He is the Chairman of Home Affairs since 2007.
Indian Americans Antani and Joshi Appointed to Board of Future Majority Project
19.06.2015: Two Indian Americans Antani and Joshi are appointed to broad of Future Majority project of US Republican party. Niraj Antani who is one of them is an Ohio state legislature and Janak Joshi is Colorado state legislature.
Team India Lost first ODI Match to Bangladesh in 3 Match Series
19.06.2015: Bangladesh crushed India to win the first one day international match played as part of 3 ODI series at Mirpur. Bangladesh scored 307 and India ended its innings for just 228 runs losing all the wickets. Though the Indian openers played well, Bangladesh’s Mustafizur Rahman destroyed the hopes of Indian fans by claiming five wickets. Incidentally, this is the first international ODI match for Mustafizur Rahman and he was also named the Man of the Match. Second ODI will be played at Mirpur on 21st June.
HDFC Launces Paperless Mortgage Plan
19.06.2015: HDFC Bank launched a new plan for its existing customers. Ten second paperless immediate mortgage plan is launched by HDFC which will disburse individual loans in just ten seconds. Clients can log into their accounts via internet banking and avail this plan.
Bhagavad Gita, Chinese Version Launched
19.06.2015: The Chinese version of sacred Indian book Bhagavad Gita is launched in China at World Yoga Convention. This was launched by Indian Ambassador Ashok O Kantha. Translated by Professor Wang Zhu Cheng and Ling Hai who are professors at University of Shanghai, is the first Hindu historic devout textual content that is posted in China. Foreword to the book was written by Nagaraju Naidu.