Daily buzz @ 2 June, 2020 CBSE releases guidelines for conduct of pending class 10, 12 board exams


70th day of lockdown

India @ 201,009 and death toll touched 5,628


CBSE releases guidelines for conduct of pending class 10, 12 board exams:

The Central Board of Secondary Education has released notification for the conduct of class 10th (only for northeast district of Delhi) and class 12th (All India) examinations, which are scheduled to be held from 1 July to 15 July 2020.

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Delhi corona app launched, to provide info on vacant beds in govt, pvt hospitals:

Chief Minister ArvindKejriwal-led Delhi government on Tuesday announced the launch of an application that will inform people in the city about the availability of the hospital beds and ventilators in the government and private hospitals around them. The new app – Delhi corona app – was launched to bridge the information gap between the citizens and the hospitals in their fight against the covid-19 pandemic.

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George Floyd death: Trump threatens to send in army to end unrest

President Donald Trump has threatened to send in the military to quell growing civil unrest in the US over the death of a black man in police custody.He said if cities and states failed to control the protests and “defend their residents” he would deploy the army and “quickly solve the problem for them”.Protests over the death of George Floyd have escalated over the past week.

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Mumbai bracing for the ‘first cyclone in years’:

All that could change on Wednesday when a severe cyclonic storm with wind speeds from 100 to 120 kmph (60 to 75 mph) could hit the city and India’s western coast. India’s meteorological department is predicting heavy rainfall, squally winds, very rough seas and storm surges inundating low lying areas of the city. It is monitoring whether it will be as intense as Cyclone Amphan which devastated parts of West Bengal and took more than 90 lives last fortnight.

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Telangana’s Health Dept braces for additional load:

The threat of seasonal ailments and the ongoing coronavirus outbreak is set to put immense pressure on the State’s public healthcare system. Due to the onset of the rainy season, weather conditions in the coming weeks are bound to change, which may lead to a rise in the seasonal ailments.

Senior doctors pointed out that with Gandhi Hospital almost full to its capacity with coronavirus cases, other non-Covid hospitals like Fever Hospital and Osmania General Hospital (OGH) will witness a massive load from non-Covid patients in the coming months.

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TTD to begin darshan rehearsal on June 8:

The famous hill shrine of Lord Venkateswara at Tirumala here is gearing up to lift its over two month long Covid-19 lockdown ban on devotees’ entry as it will conduct rehearsals of darshan for its staff for two or three days from June 8 with strict protective measures.

“Very strictly observing all Covid-19 precautionary measures, including maintaining six feet distance from person to person, a few hundred temple staff, TTD board members and other officials attached to the shrine will be permitted into the shrine for two or three days,” TirumalaTirupatiDevasthanams Board Chairman YV Subba Reddy said. As part of it, elaborate Covid-19 safety arrangements were being made on the entire hills and inside the huge temple complex too, he said.

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Manila eases world’s longest lockdown: 

Thousands of people returned to work and the public transport was back on the Manila roads on Monday as the government began relaxing the 78-day strict stay-at-home orders – the longest lockdown in the world – to restart the economy of the Philippines.

The government allowed the opening of more non-essential services even as the COVID-19 infection curve continues to rise across the country, reports Efe news.

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