6 big news of June 6: Wipro bags $550 million deal, Rahul Gandhi demands probe into stock market losses, Kangana slapped and more

Major news of the day: Many events are scheduled on June 6, from politics to business. Wipro has been given a $500 million deal by a leading US communications service provider for a period of five years. Rahul Gandhi targeted Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, saying that their unsolicited advice has led to chaos in the country. The market crash has led to a loss of 30 lakh crores. Kangana Ranaut has been allegedly slapped by a CISF jawan at Chandigarh airport.

Wipro bags $550 mn deal from US telecom service provider; shares rise 2%

IT services major Wipro Ltd on June 6 said it has received a $500 million deal from a leading US communications services provider for a period of five years. “Wipro will provide managed services for certain products and industry-specific solutions,” Wipro said in a stock exchange filing. Read more

Rahul Gandhi blames Modi and Amit Shah for losses suffered by investors in stock market, demands investigation

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, saying their unsolicited advice was leading to anarchy in the country. The fall in the stock market has led to a loss of Rs 30 lakh crore. Rahul Gandhi said, “For the first time we saw the Prime Minister, Union Home Minister and Finance Minister commenting on the stock market during the elections.” Read more

Kangana Ranaut slapped by CISF jawan at Chandigarh airport

Actress-turned-politician Kangana Ranaut, who recently became a Lok Sabha MP from Mandi, was allegedly slapped by a CISF constable at the Chandigarh airport on Thursday. The constable has been suspended and an FIR has been registered against him, news agency PTI reported, quoting officials. Read more

Ministry of Corporate Affairs imposes fine on Gropital Rs 1.48 crore for marketing unlisted securities on social media

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has imposed a fine on agri-investment platform Gropital. The company has been fined Rs 1.48 crore for violating the Companies Act, 2013 by marketing unlisted non-convertible debentures (NCDs) on social media. The ministry’s order was issued on June 3, months after Sebi barred the company from the securities market pending investigation into allegations of making money through unauthorized investment schemes. Read More

Vegetarian thali became costlier in May due to surge in vegetable prices: Crisil

The cost of home-cooked vegetarian meals rose in May, while the cost of non-vegetarian meals fell. The cost of a vegetarian plate or thali rose to £1,000. 27.8, which is an increase of 1% month-on-month and 9% year-on-year. In contrast, the price of non-vegetarian thali has decreased by 1% month-on-month and 7% year-on-year. 55.9 per plat, rating agency Crisil said in its latest monthly report on Thursday. Read more

Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony: Is Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu coming to India?

Maldives President Mohamed Muizzo has reportedly been invited to the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi, who is likely to take oath as India’s Prime Minister later this week. Several reports, including WION and News18, have suggested that Muizzo has been invited to attend the swearing-in ceremony of caretaker PM Modi, which is likely to take place on June 9. Read more

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Published: June 06, 2024, 07:03 PM IST