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Major News and Events of 09 June 2016

What Happened on 09 June 2016


Mexico extends support for India's bid to become NSG member

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has declared that his country is going to back India's attempt to get membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). This announcement comes ahead of a plenary meet of the 48-nation grouping, members of which are allowed to trade in nuclear technology. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Mexico to hold discussions with his Mexican counterpart on a range of bilateral and global issues.

India becomes world's third largest oil consumer

India has beat Japan in oil consumption and now ranks next only to US and China, according to a BP Statistical Review of World Energy release. While India's oil demand is 4.1 million barrels per day, leading consumer US' demand is 19.39 million bpd and China 11.96 million bpd). India's share in world's total oil consumption is 4.5 per cent.




FAQs and Answers on Indian History and Geography
Which Are The Worst Polluted Indian Cities? India for years has been striving to improve its air quality in urban areas, which takes a massive toll on the health of millions of its residents. Every year, a number of its cities… Read More...
Which state of India has given maximum number of Indian cricket captains? The state of Maharashtra has seen the maximum number of players went onto represent India. Maharashtra has been a home to many famous Bollywood celebrities but this state… Read More...
Which State Has Given the Highest Number of Prime Ministers? Uttar Pradesh has given India the maximum number of Prime Ministers. There have been 14 Prime Ministers of the country so far, and eight of them have been from Uttar Pradesh… Read More...



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