Latest Current Affairs 14th June 2020

Centre committed to check COVID-19 spread in Delhi: HM:Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday said the Narendra Modi government is committed to check the spread of COVID-19 in Delhi and keep the national capital safe. He said that the COVID-19 testing in the national capital will be doubled within the next two days and trebled after six days in order to check the Corona virus spread.

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HM directs immediate transfer of four IAS officers to New Delhi for COVID-19 management:Home Minister Amit Shah has directed immediate transfer of four IAS officers to New Delhi to assist Government of Delhi for management of COVID-19.

Monsoon covers most parts of Maharashtra; Gujarat receives widespread rains:Southwest monsoon has entered Maharashtra and Bihar after covering entire Odisha and Jharkand. According to IMD Southwest monsoon covered entire Maharashtra state today. Many parts of Maharashtra including Mumbai received rainfall on Saturday.

PM instructs Health Ministry officials to undertake emergency planning for COVID-19 in consultation with States, UTs:Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held a detailed meeting with senior ministers and officials to review India’s response to Covid-19 pandemic. The meeting reviewed the national level status and preparation in the context of the pandemic.

HM holds meeting on COVID19 situation in Delhi:Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday held a meeting with Delhi LG and CM to discuss corona crisis. Centre also decided to provide 500 railway coaches to Delhi for Covid-19 patients.

World Blood Donor Day being observed with theme Safe blood saves lives:Today is World Blood Donor Day. The day is celebrated to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank blood donors. This year the theme is – Safe blood saves lives.

Government allocates over Rs 2 lakh cr for development of J&K: Defence Minister:Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said that NDA government has allocated more than two lakh crore rupees for the development of Jammu and Kashmir from 2014 to 2019.

PM Modi greets nation on Raja Parba festival:Prime Minister Narendra Modi has greeted the nation on the very special festival of Raja Parba.

Recovery rate of COVID-19 improves to 50 per cent:Recovery rate from Corona virus has improved to 50 percent today.

International Yoga Day to be celebrated on June 21:International Day of Yoga will be celebrated on 21st of June. AYUSH Minister Shripad Yesso Naik has urged everyone to participate in the Yoga Day from their home as this year no public congregation has been planned due to COVID-19 pandemic.

HM Amit Shah holding meeting on Delhi’s Covid-19 situation with LG & CM Kejriwal:Home Minister Amit Shah is holding a meeting with Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to review the situation in the national capital regarding COVID-19.

Artificial enlargement of claims by Nepal not based on historical fact or evidence and is not tenable: India:India said that the artificial enlargement of claims by Nepal is not based on historical fact or evidence and is not tenable.

66 new cases in Jharkhand takes toll to 1724:In Jharkhand, 66 new cases were detected in last 24 hours taking the toll to 1724.

Affluent farmers create unique grain bank to help needy in MP:In this hour of crisis arising out of the Corona epidemic, there are many people who lost their livelihood but in this difficult time many noble hearts are coming forward to help the needy.

Bihar: 370 COVID-19 patients recovered in last 24 hours:In Bihar, 370 patients suffering from Corona recovered during last 24 hours while 193 new positive cases were reported.

AYUSH Minister urges everyone to participate in Yoga Day from their home:The International Day of Yoga will be celebrated on 21st of June.

Central Railway launches Robotic ‘CAPTAIN ARJUN’ to intensify screening, surveillance:Central Railway added another feather in its cap to its many innovations during this lockdown. Railway Protection Force, Pune has launched a Robotic ‘CAPTAIN ARJUN’ (Always be Responsible and Just Use to be Nice) to intensify the screening and surveillance.

Monsoon enters Maharashtra and Bihar after covering entire Odisha and Jharkhand:Southwest monsoon has entered Maharashtra and Bihar after covering entire Odisha and Jharkand.

Petroleum Minister holds meeting with Assam CM on Baghjan issue:Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has held a meeting with Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal in Guwahati a short while ago on Baghjan issue.

Institute of Company Secretaries postpones its June session examinations till August:Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has postponed examinations for the June session to August.

Loss of smell, taste included as new symptoms of Covid19:The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has issued the clinical management protocol for Covid-19. Loss Of smell and loss of taste are included as new symptoms of coronavirus among others.

India to organise 4 more courses on COVID 19 management:The government of India will organise four more courses on various aspects of managing the COVID 19 pandemic for professionals. Announcing this on Sunday, the High Commission of India in Dhaka said that these courses are part of the Indian Technical & Economic Cooperation (ITEC) platform aimed at capacity building for professionals engaged in the COVID 19 pandemic management in Bangladesh and other countries.

Bangladesh hit by several high profile Corona infections:Several high-profile people including ministers and senior bureaucrats have been reported to be Corona positive in Bangladesh even while the number of COVID-19 infections in the country surpassed the figure of China.

Britain urgently reviewing distancing rules, could ease quarantine:Britain is urgently reviewing its social distancing rule and might be able to relax quarantine for travellers to help its economy recover from a coronavirus crisis collapse, the country’s finance minister Rishi Sunak said.

Russia will be able to counter hypersonic weapons: Putin:Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday that Russia was developing the means to counter other countries’ hypersonic weapons, local news agencies reported

U.S. embassy in Seoul displays ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner:The U.S. embassy in Seoul draped a huge Black Lives Matter banner on its mission building and tweeted a picture of it in support of an anti-racism campaign across America.

Bangladesh hit by several high profile Corona infections:Several high-profile people including ministers and senior bureaucrats have been reported to be Corona positive in Bangladesh even while the number of COVID-19 infections in the country surpassed the figure of China.

Global COVID-19 cases touch 77 lakh with 4,27,000 deaths:Worldwide, more than 77 lakh cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported so far and at least 4.27 lakh deaths were confirmed.

UP govt committed for welfare of mango producers and exporters: CM Yogi Adityanath:In Uttar Pradesh , the government has said that it is committed to the welfare of the mango producers and exporters in the state. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath while reviewing a meeting regarding export and marketing of mango at lucknow instructed for branding of state grown mangoes at inter -state and international level.

Nitin Gadkari refutes media reports that MSP of Crops likely to be reduced:Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has refuted media reports which have falsely quoted him saying that Minimum Supporting Price of Crops is likely to be reduced.

Messi leads Barcelona to flying return against Mallorca:Lionel Messi scored and grabbed two assists as La Liga leaders Barcelona eased to a 4-0 win away to struggling Real Mallorca on Saturday, making the perfect return to action after Spanish football’s three-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Films aiming to win Oscars will need to meet diversity criteria, Academy says:The organization that hands out the Academy Awards said Friday it would form a group to develop diversity and inclusion guidelines that filmmakers will have to meet in order for their work to be eligible for Oscars.

Christopher Nolan movie ‘Tenet’ to open July 31 as industry seeks rebound:Director Christopher Nolan’s thriller “Tenet” will debut in cinemas on July 31, distributor Warner Bros. said on Friday, the first new blockbuster in months for movie theaters that need fresh films to lure audiences after pandemic-related closures.

COVID-19 Updates: Health Ministry updates on the status of Remdesivir:In its latest release regarding the treatment of the ongoing pandemic, COVID-19, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has updated on the status and use of Remdesivir. Read in detail.

Government launches AarogyaPath portal for healthcare supply chain:AarogyaPath, a web based solution for the healthcare supply chain was launched to serve manufacturers, suppliers and customers to effectively deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tourists dip their toes in water as top Mexican beach getaway reopens:Foreign visitors have begun to trickle back to the white sands and warm waters of Mexico’s Caribbean coast as its popular beaches gradually reopen to tourism with new sanitary measures in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput reportedly committed suicide:Noted Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput reportedly committed suicide on Sunday. Reports claim he was found hanging at his Bandra residence in Mumbai.

Britain sees surge in demand for dogs amid lockdown:British breeders of puppies have seen a huge surge in demand for dogs during the lockdown and now fear that many families will give them up once they realise the scale of the responsibility ahead.

Vietnam schoolgirl creates art from the chaos of the coronavirus:Stuck at home with school suspended, Nguyen Doi Chung Anh made the most of a lockdown in Vietnam by using art to demonstrate tragedy, resilience and chaos in the world’s battle against the coronavirus.

Coronavirus poses existential threat to some of world’s museums: UNESCO:The coronavirus lockdowns have hit the world’s museums very hard and more than 10 percent may never reopen while others will have to put new projects on hold, the United Nations’ cultural body UNESCO said.

The future is orange: Campari tests selling Aperol in China:Campari is testing selling Aperol in China as the Italian spirits group looks to its photogenic orange-flavoured aperitif to revive sales hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

Patna Girl shines bright nationwide:A Lady Shri Ram college graduate and Patna resident, Shambhavi Choudhary has captured people’s attention through her nuanced arguments on the issues of public importance.

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