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Latest Current Affairs 07th October 2021

Places of worship reopen in Maharashtra  after remaining shut for almost six months:Places of worship reopened in Maharashtra today after remaining shut for almost six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.

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MoWCD issues detailed guidelines for PM CARES for Children Scheme :Ministry of Women and Child Development has issued the detailed guidelines for PM CARES for Children Scheme.

MoS Fisheries Dr L. Murugan reiterates Centre’s commitment to welfare of country’s fishing community: Addressing a meeting of representatives of fishermen associations in Nellore in Andhra Pradesh, he said  a separate ministry for fishermen’s welfare had been set up by the NDA government for the first time in over 70 years since independence.

9-day long festival ‘Navratri’ to worship Goddess Durga begins today:Navratri, the 9-day long festival to worship Goddess Durga, begins today with religious fervor and gaiety. During Navratri, the nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped.

More than 93 crore 94 lakh vaccine doses provided by Centre to states, UTs so far:The Centre is committed to accelerating the pace and expanding the scope of COVID-19 vaccination throughout the country.

Tourist visa travel from Bangladesh to India to resume from 15 Nov:The High Commission of India in Bangladesh has announced that people from Bangladesh will be allowed to travel to India on tourist visas from 15 November.

Bangladesh records lowest daily COVID death in over 6 months:The daily death toll due to COVID 19 in Bangladesh fell to over 6 month low with 12 deaths being reported on Thursday.

WHO recommends first Anti-Malaria vaccine:In a historic move, the World Health Organization (WHO) has endorsed the first anti-malarial vaccine.

Bangladesh to grow at 6.4 percent in FY 2021-22: World Bank:Riding on continued recovery in exports and consumption, the Bangladesh economy is projected to grow at 6.4 percent in the fiscal year 2021-22, says the World Bank.

Exhibition of the works of artist Rokeya Sultana opened in Dhaka:An exhibition of the works of Bangladeshi artist Rokeya Sultana was opened for public viewing in Dhaka on Wednesday to commemorate 50 years of India-Bangladesh friendship.