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Latest Current Affairs 26th May 2020

Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana aims to enhance fish production to 220 LMT with an investment of over Rs.20,000 crores in next five years

LG of Ladakh Sh. R K Mathur calls on Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh and discusses COVID situation & developmental activities in the UT:Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh R K Mathur today called on Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh here and discussed COVID situation and other issues including revival of development activity in the newly created Union Territory.

Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh speaks with Australian Defence Minister over phone on mitigating COVID-19:Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh today held a telephone conversation with Australian Minister of Defence Ms Linda Reynolds.

Over 40 lakh migrant workers ferried by Railways in 3060 Shramik Special trains:Railways has operationalised more than three thousand 60 Shramik Special trains across the country to transport migrant workers to their home States.

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari inaugurates the breakthrough event of Chamba Tunnel under Chardham Pariyojana:Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways and MSMEs Nitin Gadkari today inaugurated the breakthrough event of Chamba Tunnel under Chardham Pariyojana through video conference mode.

Ministry of Tourism extends validity period of Approval/Classifications of Hotels & other accommodation units till 30th June 2020:The Ministry of Tourism classifies hotels under the star rating system to conform to the expected standards for different classes of tourists.

Domestic flight operations begin in Andhra Pradesh on 2nd day of resumption of Airline services: Andhra Pradesh, domestic flight services resumed this morning almost after a gap of two months from the two airports of the state.

Eight flights to carry stranded Indians to Kerala from Gulf region under Vande Bharat Mission:The second plus phase of Vande Bharat Mission to bring home Indian nationals stranded abroad will start today.

Recovery rate of COVID-19 reaches 41.61 percent; Over 60 thousand 490 patients have cured so far:Health and Family Welfare Ministry said that a total 60 thousand 490 people affected with Corona virus have cured and the recovery rate reached to 41.61 percent in the country.

Kerala State Education Board exams for Class 10 and 12 get underway:Kerala, the State Education Board examinations started from today, which was earlier postponed due to COVID-19.

WHO suspends clinical trial of Hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patients:The World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros Adnom Ghebreyesus yesterday said that it has temporarily suspended the clinical trial of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) on COVID-19 patients.

Over 40 lakh migrant workers ferried in 3060 Shramik Special trains:Railways has operationalised more than three thousand 60 Shramik Special trains across the country to transport migrant workers to their home States.

532 flights operated on first day of resumption of domestic flights:Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has said that 532 domestic passenger flights operated in the country on Monday.

Center reviews relief and restoration work in West Bengal in view of cyclone Amphan:Centre on Monday reviewed the progress of relief and restoration work in the areas of West Bengal affected by cyclone Amphan.

Myanmar to seek 700 million dollar IMF loan for COVID-19 spending:The parliament of Myanmar on Tuesday approved the proposal to seek 700 million dollar loan from IMF to finance its spending on fighting COVID-19 in the country.

Sri Lanka: 96 people tested COVID positive today:In Sri Lanka, a total of 96 people were tested positive of COVID today, the maximum number in a day since the outbreak in March.

Nepal: 90 more person tested positive for COVID-19 today:In Nepal, 90 more person tested positive for COVID-19 today.

Japan completely lifts nationwide emergency:Japan has completely lifted nationwide emergency imposed following Corona Virus pandemic.

WHO suspends clinical trial of Hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patients:The World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Monday said that it has temporarily suspended the clinical trial of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) on COVID-19 patients.

REC Limited ties up with TajSATS to provide nutritious meals to frontline healthcare workers:REC Limited, a central PSU under Ministry of Power and one of India’s largest power financiers, is spearheading the mission to feed the medical staff in key government hospitals as well as poor daily wage labourers across the nation, through collaborative efforts.

Molecular shock absorbers buffer axonal tension of nerve cells:Scientists from Raman Research Institute (RRI), an autonomous institute under the Department of Science &Technology along with IISER Pune and Paris Diderot University, have found out that spectrin, which are flexible rod-shaped molecules present in axons, act as ‘shock absorbers’ to protect axons from stretch-induced damage.

INST scientists find route to fabricate precisely controlled nanostructures of desired geometry & location on 2D materials:Researchers at Institute of Nano Science and Technology (INST) Mohali, an autonomous institute under the Department of Science & Technology (DST) have found a straightforward and unique route to fabricate precisely controlled nanostructures of desired geometry and location on 2D materials, through a rapid one-step low power laser writing process.

Five artists announced as winners of $75,000 Herb Alpert Awards:Artists in film, dance, music, theater and visual arts were announced on Friday as recipients of the 26th annual Herb Alpert Awards, given each year by the Grammy-winning trumpeter’s foundation.

Thai artist ‘restless hands’ takes coronavirus battle to the streets:A Thai street artist has been paying tribute to the fight against the coronavirus with murals depicting a winged-character dressed as a health worker looming over a spiky image of the virus restrained by a padlocked red cross.

‘Corona town’: Cuban graffiti depicts anguish, urges courage:A skeleton reaches up from the ground to clutch at a fantastical winged creature. A hunched figure wearing a face mask drags behind it an entangled mass of stricken faces and lanky limbs.

Italian woman wins Picasso painting in French charity raffle:An Italian woman on Wednesday won a Pablo Picasso painting worth 1 million euros ($1.1 million) in a French charity raffle that raised money for African water projects

World Record Holder Naman Tyagi, Founder and CEO of Weddopedia and Fashiopedia, is now helping poor peoples during COVID-19 pandemic:Social Activist Naman Tyagi, who is best known for holding World Record for spreading social awareness to millions of peoples through his social media awareness campaigning, is now distributing food, ration & other necessary resources to poor peoples & migrants farmers.

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