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Gurugram gives work from home advice to private offices due to heavy rain
The Gurugram Board of Directors issued advice to offices and private companies urging them to work from home on May 23 to avoid congestion and traffic jams on city roads. Most areas of the city are facing flooding and traffic jams.
India continues radical reform: Kant
- “The series of radical reforms that have been implemented by India in recent years have put India on a growth trajectory for decades to come,” Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said in Davos. .
- The startup movement in India has seen the number of startups in the country grow from double digits to tens of thousands today and the emergence of unicorns even at the height of the pandemic. COVID-19 has been a phenomenon, he said.
AstraZeneca says COVID approved in EU to boost
- AstraZeneca says its COVID-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria, has been approved in the EU by the region’s health regulator as a third booster dose in adults following a panel recommendation last week.
Tata Power, Tata Motors install 7 MWP rooftop solar project in Pune
The project generates 23 million units of electricity
A 4th wave of COVID-19 is unlikely in the current situation: Health Minister Maha
- Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said that almost 200 to 250 cases were reported in the state every day and there has not been much increase in these numbers.
- “The COVID-19 recovery rate is very good and Maharashtra has seen very good vaccination results. Therefore, I feel that in the current situation, there is no possibility of a fourth wave (virus infection),” the ministry said. chief said.
- On Sunday, Maharashtra reported 326 cases of COVID-19, while the death toll stood at 1,47,856 as no deaths were recorded.
US President Joe Biden US recession is not inevitable, says economy has ‘problem’
- US President Joe Biden Recession in the US is not inevitable, says the economy has ‘problems’, but has ‘less consequences than the rest of the world’
- The US will respond militarily if China invades Taiwan, saying ‘that’s the commitment we’ve made.
- Biden says China is ‘dangerous courtship’ over Taiwan
- “We remain committed to supporting peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. The United States stands firm with Japan and other countries, not letting that happen,” he said.
- Biden says ‘considering’ lifting some China trade tariffs
- Russia must pay ‘long-term price’ for Ukraine invasion: Biden
- Biden says 13 countries join new Asia-Pacific trade framework
- Biden also supports Japan becoming a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council
- Japan, US monitor Chinese naval activities, Sino-Russian exercises: Kishida
- Biden says 13 countries join new Asia-Pacific trade framework
Sidhu rushes to hospital from prison
Navjot Singh Sidhu, sent to prison, rushed to Patiala hospital on Monday; The doctor submitted his health report today
Update flights to Delhi
At least 19 flights have been diverted to Jaipur, Lucknow, Indore, Amritsar and Mumbai airports: Delhi
Beijing urges millions to continue working from home as COVID cases increase
- Capital sees the largest daily deposits during the outbreak months ago
- Shanghai arranges new tests, restrictions before June 1 lifting of embargo
- Beijing authorities extended work-from-home guidance to many of its 22 million residents to prevent a persistent COVID-19 outbreak, while Shanghai rolled out more testing and measures. restrictions to maintain ‘0 COVID’ status are hard to obtain after two months of lockdown.
- Beijing reported 99 new cases, up from 61 the day before – the largest daily number so far during the outbreak a month ago.
- In Shanghai, less than 600 daily cases were reported on May 22, with no areas outside the quarantine zone, as has been the case for most of the past week.
- Shanghai and elsewhere in China are causing significant economic damage and disrupting global supply chains and international trade.
Weather forecast for the next few days
- By the day after tomorrow, the weather will start to get better. Temperatures will start to rise but heatwave won’t return for at least 4-5 days”: Mahesh Palawat (@Mpalawat), vice president of Skymet Weather, on Delhi Rains
- These are the first strong and intense showers before the monsoon over Delhi-NCR: Skymet
- Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 17.2 degrees today May 23. This is the lowest in a decade for May. The record was 15.2 degrees on May 2, 1982.
- IMD forecasts rain and thunderstorms to continue in Delhi NCR for the next two hours.
Covid global downloads reached 525.5 million VND
- According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of deaths has increased to more than 6.27 million people and the number of people vaccinated to more than 11.44 billion.
- The current global death toll and death toll are 525,577,051 and 6,277,152 respectively.
- The US continues to be the worst-affected country with the highest number of cases and deaths in the world, at 83,281,329 and 1,002,173 respectively.
- India accounts for the second highest download rate with 43,136,371.
- The countries with the death toll per 100,000 are Brazil (665,854), India (524,413), Russia (370,721), and Mexico (324,617).
OMC shares plummeted, Auto stocks rose after excise tax cut
- OMC stocks fell sharply after the Government reduced excise tax on petrol and diesel and subsidized Rs 200 on gas cylinders
- OIl India, IGL, HPCL 2.5% off in early trading
- Gail, Gujarat Gas slip about 1.5%
- Auto stocks gain: Maruti up 3%; Heroes increased by 2.4%; TVS & Eicher up more than 1%
- Heavy rainfall causes flooding and traffic congestion in different parts of Delhi and Gurugram
- According to Delhi Airport’s website, more than 40 flight departures have been delayed; As of now, about 18 flights to Delhi airport have been delayed due to bad weather and other related problems. Two flights were cancelled.
- Power cuts in areas of Delhi and Noida
India’s stock and currency markets open higher
- Sensex rose 310.91 points to 54,637.30 in early trading; Nifty increased by 83.35 points to 16,349.50
- The rupee also rose 4 paise to 77.66 against the US dollar in early trading.
India’s Covid-19 case
- India reports 2,022 new cases, 2,099 recoveries and 46 deaths in the last 24 hours
- The total number of active cases is 14,832. Daily positivity rate 0.69%
PM Modi arrives in Japan for Quad summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan for a two-day visit to attend the Quartet leaders’ summit aimed at further enhancing cooperation among the member states of the influential group and to discuss on developments in the Indo-Pacific region.
PM Modi praises ASHA workers for making sure India is healthy
Congratulating all ASHA workers on winning the WHO Director-General’s Global Health Leadership Award, Prime Minister Narendra Modi says they are at the forefront of the campaign to ensure a healthy India.
Haryana: Some parts of Gurugram face waterlogging
Singapore tourism skyrocketed, Indian tourists ranked first
Singapore tourist numbers have been on the rise since the country reopened its borders to foreign visitors earlier this year with Indians making up the largest number of visitors by country of origin. This island city-state now accepts all fully vaccinated travelers from around the world without testing or quarantine.
Heavy rain, thunderstorms make landfall in Delhi, flight operations are affected
Flight operations at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) were affected as parts of the national capital and NCR received heavy rain accompanied by thunderstorms. Airport authorities have asked passengers to contact the relevant airline for flight updates.
Third case of monkeypox found in US
Health authorities say they may have found a third case of monkeypox virus in the United States and are conducting tests on a patient in South Florida to confirm if he or she has the disease. disease outbreaks are rare outside of Africa.
Biden settles in Japan, joins new Asian trade pact
Biden is set to launch a new Indo-Pacific trade pact designed to signal U.S. dedication to the region and address the need for trade stability in the wake of the chaos caused by the pandemic and Russian invasion of Ukraine.
China’s Covid Report
Mainland China reported 869 new coronavirus cases as of May 22, of which 187 were symptomatic and 682 were asymptomatic.
US, 6 others say they support APEC after Russia’s invasion protest
Representatives from seven countries, including those who walked out of the Asia-Pacific trade ministers meeting in Bangkok to protest Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, said they supported the organization and the country. Thai host.
Argentina reports first suspected case of monkeypox
Argentina’s Health Ministry said it had detected a suspected case of monkeypox in Buenos Aires, amid growing global alarm over rising cases in Europe and elsewhere about the condition. Viral infections are more common in West and Central Africa.
Delhi: Strong winds and rain hit parts of National Capital
Anthony Albanese sworn in as Australia’s new Prime Minister, AFP reports
Australian Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese is sworn in as the country’s new prime minister before flying out for an international summit in Tokyo.