6 May 2021 Current Affairs | News Headlines |

6 May 2021 Current Affairs: Daily Current Affairs plays an important role in every competitive exams like Banking, SSC, Railways, UPSC, State PSC, Technical Exams AAI, DRDO, FSSAI, NTPC, BHEL, ONGC, etc. A student can score full marks in current affairs if he/she is well versed with latest current affairs 2021. Here in this article we are sharing Current Affairs 6 May 2021 PDF.

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6 May 2021 Current Affairs

Appointment News

Mamta Banerjee sworn in as West Bengal Chief Minister for the 3rd consecutive term.

Important Points to Remember:
  • TMC chief Mamata Banerjee was sworn-in as the Chief Minister of the state for the 3rd consecutive term.
  • West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar administered her oath of office and secrecy at the Raj Bhavan in Kolkata.
  • Ms. Banerjee has become the second woman in the country to be sworn in as Chief Minister of any state consecutively for three terms after former Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dixit.
  • West Bengal Capital: Kolkata

CM & Governors List

International News

US approves major solar energy project in California desert.

Important Points to Remember:
  • The US government has approved a major solar energy project in the California desert that will be capable of powering nearly 90,000 homes.
  • The Interior Department said in a statement yesterday, that 550 million dollar Crimson Solar Project will be sited on 2,000 acres of federal land west of Blythe, California.
  • US President: Joe Biden
  • US Capital: Washington D.C.

Sports News

BCCI suspends IPL 2021 after several players test positive for Corona.

Important Points to Remember:
  • Indian Premier League Governing Council and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has postponed the 14th edition of Indian Premier League in view of surge in covid cases in the country.
  • BCCI Chief: Saurav Ganguly
  • BCCI Secretary: Jay Shah

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