Latest Current Affairs 11th May 2020

PM Modi at 5th VC with CMs: Emphasis on Teamwork, Compassion and Statesmanship:Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday interacted with the Chief Ministers of all the States and UTs in the country to discuss the road ahead in India’s fight against COVID-19.

Western Army commander visits forward areas in J&K: Western Army commander, Lt Gen R.P. Singh visited forward areas in Samba and Kathua districts of J&K on Monday to review the operational preparedness of the deployed troops.

Health Ministry: Recovery rate of COVID-19 patients improves to 31.15 percent:Health Ministry has said that the recovery rate of patients from COVID-19 infection has gone up to 31.15 per cent. Briefing media persons in New Delhi, Health Ministry official said that a total of 4, 213 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the last 24 hours and 1,559 patients have recovered and discharged from the hospitals. Taking the fresh confirmed cases, the total number has gone up to 67,152  in the country so far. Out of the total cases, 20, 926 patients have cured while 2,206 have died.

Indian Railways announces timings of Fifteen pair of special trains:Ministry of Railways (MoR) in consultation with Ministry of Health & Family welfare (MoHFW) and Ministry of Home Affairs(MHA) has decided that train services on Indian Railways shall be partially restored w.e.f. from 12th May 2020 in a graded manner

Vande Bharat Mission: 3rd flight evacuating Indians from Bangladesh leaves for Mumbai:The third evacuation flight under the Vande Bharat Mission of government of India left for Mumbai from Dhaka in the afternoon on Monday. The flight carried 104 Indian nationals stranded in Bangladesh due to Corona pandemic.

Railways to resume passenger train services from tomorrow; online booking opens at 4 pm today:Indian Railways has announced gradual restart of passenger train services from May 12.

#IndiaFightsCorona: Death toll 2,206 in India at currently:Take a look at the latest figures in India as on 11 May at 8 AM:

Piyush Goyal hails Railways for their service:The first two phases of lockdown saw many people stranded across the nation. The government has lifted of some restrictions and, is working tirelessly to bring people back to their homes in a phased manner.

Over 40 lakh coronavirus cases worldwide; death toll reaches 2.8 lakh:Confirmed cases of coronavirus has crossed 40 lakh mark across the world, while the global COVID-19 death toll nears 2.80 lakh

Adequate health infrastructure & facilities set up for COVID-19 management in country:The world is fighting a battle against COVID-19 and Government of India is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that all precautionary measures undertaken to contain the virus.

Group of intellectuals protest over Pulitzer ‘Photographer Of The Year’:132 intellectuals in the country have written an open letter to the Pulitzer jury over the choice for ‘Photographer of the year’.

Vande Bharat Mission: INS Magar carrying 202 Indian nationals leaves Male for Kochi:As part of Samudra Setu program under Vande Bharat Mission, the second ship of India left from Maldives Sunday evening for Kochi.

Nepal: COVID-19 cases jumps to 134 after 24 more tested positive:In Nepal, the number of COVID-19 cases has jumped to 134 after 24 more persons tested positive on Monday; This is the highest number of Coronavirus cases reported in a single day in the Himalayan nation.

Protocol laid down for sharing, collecting data of Aarogya Setu App:The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on Monday laid down the protocol for sharing and collecting data of the Aarogya Setu App.

Training of elite athletes will resume once lockdown ends: Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju:Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Monday said training of elite athletes will resume after the lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic is lifted, urging sportspersons and stakeholders to be patient.

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