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China passes controversial Hong Kong law 

China’s Parliament on Thursday passed new legislation for Hong Kong that will for the first time empower Beijing to draft national security laws for the Special Administrative Region (SAR). At the closing session of the annual National People’s Congress (NPC) in Beijing, the draft legislation…

India’s coronavirus death toll overtakes that of China 
Union Health Ministry ends mandatory COVID-19 testing,14-day quarantine of all health workers 
International Relations
Not our job to make unnecessary political statements: Nepal Army 

Two weeks back, speaking on Nepal’s objections to the new road through the Lipulekh pass upto the Line of Actual Control (LAC) to shorten travel time for Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage, Gen. Naravane said there was no “contradiction at all” and Nepal may have raised the issue…

Coronavirus | India vaccine trials likely in October 
The govt’s flagship health scheme has crossed 1 crore treatments, positively impacted lives 
Economy
Int’l flights likely before Aug 

Days after announcing the resumption of some domestic commercial passenger flights from May 25, Union Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri Saturday said the ministry will try to start some percentage of international passenger flights as well before August this year. “We will try to start…

Economy
Coronavirus | AAI makes Aarogya Setu app mandatory for passengers 

Given that domestic flight operations may resume soon, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Friday said it was mandatory for all passengers to follow certain directives, which includes registration on the Aarogya Setu App. “With the possibility of resumption of domestic flights soon, AAI…

Govt. Schemes
Coronavirus | India vaccine trials likely in October 

A novel Corona virus vaccine being developed in India will likely begin to be tested in people in October, K. VijayRaghavan, Principal Scientific Adviser to the government, said at a press briefing on Thursday. A group is working on a vaccine on a flu backbone….

The govt’s flagship health scheme has crossed 1 crore treatments, positively impacted lives 
Coronavirus | PM CARES makes first allocations 
Govt. Schemes
Union Health Ministry ends mandatory COVID-19 testing,14-day quarantine of all health workers 

The health ministry issued a circular on May 15, which has done away with the mandatory quarantine period and testing of health workers on COVID-19 duty. Karnataka, Delhi govts follow suit.In the health ministry order, the government has stated that a nodal officer (infection control…

In next 10 days, 36 lakh migrants will travel on Shramik Special trains 
CAPF canteens to sell only swadeshi products 
International Relations
China passes controversial Hong Kong law 

China’s Parliament on Thursday passed new legislation for Hong Kong that will for the first time empower Beijing to draft national security laws for the Special Administrative Region (SAR). At the closing session of the annual National People’s Congress (NPC) in Beijing, the draft legislation…

International Relations
Not our job to make unnecessary political statements: Nepal Army 

Two weeks back, speaking on Nepal’s objections to the new road through the Lipulekh pass upto the Line of Actual Control (LAC) to shorten travel time for Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage, Gen. Naravane said there was no “contradiction at all” and Nepal may have raised the issue…

Judiciary
HC grants bail to 12 who prevented burial of doctor 

The Madras High Court on Saturday granted conditional bail to 12 people who had been arrested on April 20 for preventing the burial of the body of a neurosurgeon from Chennai who had died of COVID-19. The court asked all 12 of them to pay…

Judiciary
Anti-Sikh riots: Supreme Court rejects Sajjan Kumar’s bail plea 

The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined a bail petition moved on medical grounds by former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, who is undergoing life imprisonment in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. A three-judge Bench, led by Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde, observed that Kumar did not require any…

National
India’s coronavirus death toll overtakes that of China 

India’s coronavirus death toll has surpassed that of China after it reported a total of 4,706 fatalities, while it overtook Turkey to become the ninth worst-hit nation by the pandemic with 1,65,799 COVID-19 cases. The country has registered 175 deaths and a record 7,466 fresh coronavirus infection cases…

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Let’s know the story behind Samudra Manthan and KURMA Avatar of Lord Vishnu 

Durvasa Muni had once offered a garland to Indra, who put it on the tusk of his elephant, Airawat, which trampled it. Seeing Indra’s disregard, the revered sage became furious. After that he cursed Indra and all demi-gods to be bereft of all their strength,…

Why was Lord Vishnu born as Matsya Avatar….. 

It is said that, during the Satya Yuga, the people on earth had become irreligious and disorderly in the way they lived their lives. This is when the Gods collectively decided to flood the earth and prepare it for the process of renovation. Lord Brahma,…