Daily buzz @ 14 May, 2020 Rent, ration and food for migrants in FM’s second stimulus tranche


50th day of lockdown

India @ 79,334 and death toll touched 2,567


Rent, ration and food for migrants in FM’s second stimulus tranche:

In today’s agenda:

3 steps for migrants

1 for shishu loan within mudra

1 for street vendors

1 for housing

1 for the employment for tribals

2 for small farmers

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Vijay Mallya faces extradition, loses appeal in UK court:

Fugitive Indian businessman Vijay Mallya today lost his application seeking leave to appeal in the UK Supreme Court, news agencies reported. UK Home Secretary Priti Patel will now take a final call to formally certify the court order for Vijay Mallya to be extradited to India within 28 days.

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Leopard Spotted Lying On Hyderabad Road Amid COVID-19 Lockdown:

A civet cat and a leopard were spotted in two separate incidents and at two different places in Telangana’s capital city Hyderabad.While the civet was seen roaming freely inside a mosque, Noorani Masjid, in Golconda area of the city, a leopard was seen lying beside a median on the National Highway-7 (NH-7) in Hyderabad’s Mailardevpally.

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State of emergency lifted in most of Japan:

Japan has lifted a state of emergency imposed due to the coronavirus in 39 out of 47 prefectures, after a sharp fall in new infections.The order still applies in Tokyo, Osaka and on the northern island of Hokkaido, where new cases are emerging daily.

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Coronavirus may never go away, World Health Organization warns:

Speaking at a briefing on Wednesday, WHO emergencies director Dr Mike Ryan warned against trying to predict when the virus would disappear.He added that even if a vaccine is found, controlling the virus will require a “massive effort”.

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Apple begin export of ‘Made in India’ iPhones across the world:

The move by the US electronics giant comes at a time when the US and China are engaged in a trade war, prompting companies which are heavily dependent on manufacturing in China to look elsewhere for making their products. “Apple will be investing $1 billion in India through its partners. They have said the production will be used for meeting the demand for its products across global markets,” an official source told TOI.

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Cyclone Amphan threat for Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, WB:

Private forecaster Skymet Weather on Thursday said that that the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal are vulnerable to the Cyclone Amphan. It also stated that the sea conditions would be rough between May 17 and 20.

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Mumbai traffic police collect Rs 9 cr from lockdown violators:

Nearly 73,735 two-wheeler riders were penalised for not wearing helmet, 36,248 people were fined for disobeying public order, 11,611 for failing to produce valid licence and over 6,354 for driving without a licence.

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Tickets of all regular trains booked till June 30 cancelled:

The Ministry of Railways, Government of India has announced that all tickets booked to travel on or before June 30 will be cancelled.Refunds would be given to all tickets booked till 30th June 2020 said the Ministry of Railways in a statement.

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