Top Headlines 25th May 2020: EducationBro

Top Headlines 25th May 2020: EducationBro
Top Headlines 25th May 2020: EducationBro

Top Headlines 25th May 2020: EducationBro

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Top Headlines 25th May 2020 Given Below:

1. Home Ministry issues SOP for movement of Indians stranded abroad and for those stranded in India desirous to travel abroad: Highlights with Details
  • Home Ministry today issued Standard Operating Procedure SOP for movement of Indian nationals stranded abroad and for those stranded in India desirous to travel abroad.
  • For movement of Indian nationals stranded abroad, Home Ministry said, the stranded persons have to register with Indian Missions. They will travel to India by non scheduled commercial flights allowed by Ministry of Civil Aviation or Ships allowed by Department of Military Affairs or Ministry of Shipping.


2. Bihar Postal Circle of Department of Posts to deliver "Shahi Lichi"and "Zardalu Mango" at doorsteps of people
  • The Department of Posts, Government of India and Department of Horticulture, Government of Bihar have joined hands to supply ''Shahi Lichi'' & "Zardalu Mango" to the people at doorstep. 
  • Bihar Postal Circle has made an agreement with Department of Horticulture, Government of Bihar for logistics of Shahi Lichi from Muzaffarpur and Zardalu Mango from Bhagalpur and its delivery to the door step of the people.
  • Because of lockdown to contain the spread of corona virus, Litchi & Mangoes cultivators have been finding it difficult to carry/transport their fruits to the markets for sale.


3. Indian Railways has run 2813 Shramik Special trains, carrying over 37 lakh passengers, till 10 am of 24.05.2020
  • Indian Railways has run more than 2813 Shramik Special trains, carrying over 37 lakh passengers, till 10 am of 24.05.2020. Nearly 60 per cent trains originated from Gujarat, Maharashtra and Punjab and are majorly destined for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. 80 per cent of total Shramik Special trains are destined for various destinations in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar (1301 for U.P. and 973 for Bihar). Most of the destinations in U.P are around Lucknow - Gorakhpur sector and in Bihar around Patna. Of 565 trains on run since yesterday, 266 were going to Bihar and 172 to Uttar Pradesh.
  • To ease the congestion few trains were diverted via Mathura, Jharsuguda. Further, route rationalisation order has been issued to avoid congestion on routes with heavy traffic.


4. Health Ministry issues guidelines for international arrivals
  • Health Ministry has issued guidelines for international arrivals. According to the guidelines, all travellers shall give an undertaking before boarding that they would undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days. This includes 7 days paid institutional quarantine at their own cost, followed by 7 days isolation at home with self-monitoring of health.
  • Home quarantine may be permitted for 14 days only for exceptional and compelling reasons such as cases of human distress, pregnancy, death in family, serious illness and parents accompanied by children below 10 years.

5. Govt order issued notification for L7 (Quadricycle) category for BS VI notified
  • The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued notification GSR 308(E ) dated 22nd May 2020 regarding the emission norms for L7 (Quadricycle) category for BS VI.
  • These norms are applicable from the date of notification. This notification completes the process of BS VI for all L, M and N category vehicles in India. The emission norms are in line with EU with WMTC cycle. The procedure for testing is laid down in AIS 137-Part 9.


6. Domestic flight operations to resume today in the country in graded manner
  • Domestic airline operations are set to resume in the country in a graded manner from today. As per the directions of the Civil Aviation Ministry, domestic flight operations will resume after remaining suspended for about two months following the nationwide lockdown imposed to constrain the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Commercial passenger flights at Delhi airport will initially operate from Terminal 3.


7. Vande Bharat Mission continues, more than 7300 Indians repatriated from Gulf countries
  • As Vande Bharat Mission continues to bring back Indians stranded abroad, more than 7300 distressed Indians have been repatriated from Gulf countries in the first leg of the second phase of the mission.
  • 14 flights in the last week took back approximately 2500 Indians from Dubai. In the first phase nearly 2000 Indians were repatriated from Dubai. 1045 people were sent back from Abu Dhabi to various places in India. Muscat sent back 1970 passengers on 11 flights to India. More flights are expected in the second leg of the second phase of the Vande Bharat Mission.


8. 10 additional NDRF teams deployed in West Bengal for post cyclone Amphan management
  • On receipt of written request from Principal Secretary Disaster Management and Civil Defence Government of West Bengal for deployment of additional teams, ten additional NDRF teams have been mobilized and are being rushed at the earliest from NDRF locations outside West Bengal. Teams are likely to reach Kolkata by late night.
  • Presently 26 NDRF teams are deployed in cyclone affected areas of West Bengal for restoration work. The additional deployment of 10 teams will bring the total deployment to 36 teams of NDRF across the 6 districts of West Bengal affected by Cyclone Amphan.



9. Hunar Haat to restart from September 2020 with the theme of Local to Global: Highlights with Details
  • After a gap of about 5 months due to the Corona pandemic, “Hunar Haat”, which has become “Empowerment Exchange” of artisans and craftsmen from across the country, will restart from September 2020 with the theme of “Local to Global” and comparatively larger participation of artisans.
  • “Hunar Haat”, which provides market and opportunity to master artisans and craftsmen from remote areas of the country, has become a credible brand of rare exquisite indigenous handmade products: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

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