Top Current Affairs Of The Day: 3 June 2022
by V Gomala Devi | Updated Jun 03, 2022
On 3rd June, World Bicycle Day 2022 Observed
World Bicycle Day is celebrated on June 3 every year to recognize bicycling as a way to get a sustainable form of traveling that ensures one's physical well-being.
World Bicycle Day is celebrated on June 3 every year. The day celebrates the cycling tradition and its significant part in keeping our health fit.
Cycling is a multidimensional exercise with many health benefits.
World Bicycle Day becomes more significant with the growing problems around the lack of physical activities among individuals and its health hazards.
A cycle is an environment-friendly mode of transportation. Cycling might also help reduce cases of heart disease and diabetes.
World Bicycle Day was first marked on 3rd 2018 when the United Nations 1st adopted a resolution in the 72nd Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City in April. More than 193 member states adopted the declaration that encouraged them to include bicycles in international, regional, and subnational development programmes and policies.
S Krishnan, The Punjab & Sind Bank MD & CEO, Retires
Punjab & Sind Bank Limited, an Indian nationalised bank, revealed that its MD & CEO, S Krishnan retiring from the role.
It was announced that the Punjab & Sind Bank Limited MD & CEO, S Krishnan is retiring from the role, with effect from May 31, 2022.
He was appointed as MD & CEO of Punjab & Sind Bank from the date of assumption of office till the date of his superannuation, i.e. 31.05.2022 or till further orders, whichever is earlier.
Now, it is informed that Shri S Krishnan has retired upon his superannuation on 31.05.2022.
S Krishnan is a postgraduate in Commerce (M.Com) and also a qualified Cost Accountant (ICMA).
He took charge as Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of Punjab & Sind Bank on September 4, 2020.
Earlier, Krishnan was Executive Director of Syndicate Bank and Canara Bank.
In January 1983, he began his career in Indian Bank. He has a varied field of banking and administrative experience of almost 38 years.
Japan’s Fugaku Was OverTaken By US Frontier As World’s Most Powerful Supercomputer
According to the 59th edition of the Top500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers revealed by Germany, ORNL’s Supercomputer Frontier from the US surpassed Japan’s Supercomputer Fugaku.
According to the 59th edition of the Top500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers revealed by Germany, ORNL’s Supercomputer Frontier from the US, a supercomputer that was built using Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) architecture and equipped with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) processors, surpassed Japan’s Supercomputer Fugaku to become the world’s fastest supercomputer.
Frontier’s closest competitor, Fugaku, has a performance score of 442 petaflops on the Linpack benchmark, which was a standard for officially ranking global, publicly disclosed supercomputers.
Fugaku was based on Arm’s core designs, and US’s Frontier is powered by AMD.
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