Current Affairs 13 May 2020

Current Affairs 13 May 2020
🔶Harsh Vardhan addressed a digital conference RE-START to celebrate the National Technology Day

🔶SRS Bulletin released: National infant mortality rate at 32, MP worst performer; Kerala achieved SDG target

🔶Atal Pension Yojana completed 5 yrs on May 9, 2020 with 2.23 crore enrolment

🔶Department of Consumer Affairs partners with Safejob and Seekify to power Suraksha Store Initiative

🔶MP becomes 1st in the country to launch ‘FIR Aapke Dwar Yojana’

🔶Gujarat based Macpower produces India’s 1st indigenous Seam Sealing Machine for PPEs

🔶Jitendra Singh addresses Indo-Bangladesh Virtual Conference organised by ASSOCHAM

🔶SC orders to set up high-powered committee headed by Secretary of MHA to restore 4G internet services in J&K

🔶WHO released first “State of the World’s Nursing Report – 2020” stating a global shortfall of 5.9 mn nurses

🔶Covid-19: United Nations and partners to raise $ 6.7 billion for vulnerable nations

🔶Indian Tennis ace Sania Mirza becomes 1st Indian to win Fed Cup Heart award 2020 for Asia/Oceania zone

🔶Kumar Sangakkara set to serve second term as MCC President

🔶CSIR-NAL develops BiPAP non-invasive ventilator ‘Swasth Vayu’

🔶Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank launches Central University of Odisha helpline ‘Bharosa’ to help students in distress

🔶China launches two satellites to test space based communication technology

🔶FIFA U-17 World Cup to be held in India from 17 Feb 2021

🔶Para-athlete Shot-putter Deepa Malik announce retirement to head PCI

🔶French cyclist Remy Di Gregorio banned by UCI for 4 years following ‘super-EPO’ positive test

🔶Comedian and Seinfeld actor Jerry Stiller passed away at 92

🔶International Nurses Day 2020: May 12

🔶TN constitutes a 24 member high-level committee headed by ex-governor of RBI C Rangarajan to assess COVID-19 impact

🔶BBMP, Bengaluru launches “Pranavayu” to track oxygen levels of ILI patients

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