Let us check current affairs june 17th updates and gk trends happening today in India.

India :


Whizzle mobile Application launched and extended their services to Hyderabad.

Prime minister Narendra Modi launches ” Narendra Modi Mobile Application “. Through this app people can stay connected from anywhere if they are having minimum internet connectivity to access this application. This application is available to download on major platforms like Android and iOS.

Mumbai citizens face trouble as AutoRikshaws start strike. More than 60% of the population who go for colleges, schools and offices got affected the most.

TCS company has launched a Research and Development centre in Hyderabad.


Microsoft company launches their online store in snapdeal ecommerce website.

Samsung launches new application which lets gamers to record their mobile gaming performance in easy way. The application ” Game Recorder + ” requires minimum Android version 4.1 or more and the quality of recording is simply superb.

Skype has launched a new service for web users. Now worldwide users can use their web browsers as a skype platform via this url ” web.skype.com ” . When you log in to this url you will navigate to login page. When you enter your credentials then you will start using their services to video call or normal call.

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Gk Today Updates – June 17, 2015 :

Charles Correa passed away at 84 today and he is the india’s greatest architect ever in history. He has developed many structures which are outstanding till date.

Maharastra state government has approved a new bill which help their state in maintaining good environment. This new Anti-spitting law will make huge difference in the state.

Indian company ” Hero Motor Corp ” released new bike ” Passion Pro ” . This new passion pro will have new looks and style.

On this exact same day our leaders Rajiv Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhai Patel were awarded with India’s highest civilian award ” Bharat Ratna ” in the year 1991.

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