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What big bet did the US play against China’s OBOR? What is the decision of the cabinet on medicines and vaccines and what is the decision of the court of Dominica on fugitive business vigil? This morning we have brought such special news for you. So let’s start the morning news brief…

Will keep an eye on these events today…

  • In UP, elections will be held on 14,796 posts that remained vacant in the panchayat and urban body elections.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will virtually address the G-7 summit in Britain for the second time.

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Modi gave the mantra of One Earth One Health in G-7 summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the outreach session of the ongoing G-7 Summit in Britain on Saturday night. Modi gave the mantra of One Earth-One Health to the G-7 countries. PM Modi emphasized the responsibility of a democratic and transparent society to prevent future pandemics. German Chancellor Angela Merkel also supported his point. At the same time, French President Emmanuel Macron said that the supply of raw materials necessary for the vaccine should be done without interruption. So that countries like India can make vaccine for the world.

US brought B3W project against China’s OBOR
The leaders of the G-7 countries on Saturday put forward a plan to improve infrastructure in poor countries. This plan has been brought against China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) project. America will lead it. This proposal was made by US President Joe Biden in the meeting of G-7 leaders. The proposal is named Build Back Better World B3W. The OBOR project was launched in 2013 by Chinese President Xi Jinping. Through this project, China wants to make its connectivity directly to Europe.

In May, private hospitals got 1.29 crore doses, only 22 lakh were able to apply
According to health ministry data, private hospitals used only 17% of their vaccine stocks last month. According to the Health Ministry report released on June 4, a total of 7.4 crore doses of the vaccine were made available across the country in May, out of which 1.85 crore doses were earmarked for private hospitals. Private hospitals procured 1.29 crore doses out of this, but they used only 22 lakh doses. That is, in May, they had a stock of 1.07 crore doses.

Saudi Arabia bans Hajj for the second year
For the second consecutive year in Mecca, the holy place of Muslims, people from outside countries will not be able to get entry. Saudi Arabia’s Press Agency said on Saturday, citing the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, that due to Corona infection, people from other countries are not being allowed to travel this time too. Only 60 thousand local people (residents of Saudi Arabia) will be allowed to come to the religious place. The statement said that this year Hajj will take place from July 17 to 22. People in the age group of 18 to 65 years can participate in it.

Cabinet decision – Black fungus medicine tax free
The 44th meeting of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council was held on Saturday. Giving information about the decisions taken in the meeting, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that in the meeting it has been decided to abolish the tax on medicines of black fungus. Apart from this, the tax rates have also been cut on other equipment including medicines and ambulances related to Corona. In the meeting, it has been decided to continue with 5% GST on the vaccine of Kovid. This reduction in GST rates will be applicable till September.

Digvijay said – If come to power, we will reverse the decision of Article 370 in Kashmir
An audio of clubhouse chat is going viral on social media. In this video Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Digvijay Singh is speaking on the decision to remove Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. In his purported audio, he is saying that when Article 370 was removed from here, then democratic values ​​were not followed. During this, neither the demand for humanity was kept and there was no Kashmiriyat in it. Everyone was locked in the dungeon. If Congress government comes to power, we will reconsider this decision and implement Article 370.

Terrorist attack in Kashmir’s Sopore, 2 policemen martyred
Terrorists on Saturday targeted the police and CRPF team in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir. In Sopore, terrorists fired indiscriminately at the team. Two policemen have been martyred in the attack and two civilians have also died. After the attack, a search operation was carried out by cordoning off the area. Kashmir IG Vijay Kumar told that Lashkar-Taiba terrorists are behind the attack. Two policemen were also injured in the attack. He has been admitted to the nearest hospital for treatment.

Player unconscious during match in Euro Cup, match suspended
The match between Denmark and Finland in Euro Cup 2020 was suspended due to medical emergency. The match was being played at the Perken Stadium in Copenhagen. During the match, 29-year-old Danish star player Christian Eriksen fainted in the 43rd minute. The medical team was immediately called on the field and they have been taken to the hospital for treatment. After this incident, his fellow players and fans started crying. The Danish Football Federation has also said that Ericsson is fine.

Akali Dal in Punjab again with BSP after 25 years
The political equations have started changing in Punjab ahead of the assembly elections to be held next year. The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), which broke away from the BJP on the issue of farmers’ agitation, has once again announced to come with Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) after 25 years. Along with this, the seat sharing formula has also been decided. Party President Sukhbir Singh Badal and BSP leader Satish Mishra announced their coming together at the Akali Dal headquarters in Chandigarh. During this, Badal said that the thinking of both the parties is the same.

No bail to Choksi from Dominica’s court
Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam accused and fugitive diamond merchant Mehul Choksi has been denied bail by the High Court of Dominica. According to news agency ANI, the High Court has told the danger of Choksi’s escape. Earlier, the CBI filed an affidavit in the court of Dominica saying that Vigilance is very clever. He got the loan wrongly from the bank. Tried to arrest him several times during the investigation, but he was not in the country.

63 days later, active cases of corona are less than 11 lakhs
Corona report of 84,573 people came positive in the country on Friday. It was a matter of relief that during this period 1.22 lakh people defeated Corona. The number of new infected is the lowest in the last 71 days. Earlier on 1 April, 81,398 corona infected were identified. In this way, a decrease of 42,085 was recorded in the number of active cases i.e. people undergoing treatment. At present, 10 lakh 76 thousand 268 infected people are being treated in the country. This figure has come down from 11 lakh after 63 days.

What else is in the headlines…

  • Amidst the displeasure of the Sachin Pilot camp, the Gehlot government has once again been accused of phone tapping. Congress MLA Vedprakash Solanki has accused the pilots of getting the MLA’s phone tapped.
  • Bharat Biotech has released the data of all the research on Saturday after the questions arising about the indigenous corona vaccine ‘Covaxin’. The company says that we are fully committed to transparency.
  • According to the Trust Cell of Pune Police, husbands living in homes during the lockdown have been more harassed by their wives than before the lockdown. The number of men complaining to him has increased 6 times.

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