- Domestic flight services will resume from 25th May. All flights were suspended on March 25th.
- Amphan cyclone is crossing West Bengal coast. It has entered West Bengal. Here are some pictures.
- Supersonic Boom in Bangalore: Today around 1:25 pm everyone in Bangalore heard a tremendous sound. It was like a thundering sound or earthquake. However, the Karnataka state disaster management has said that it was not an earthquake also the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited has rejected the speculations of the supersonic boom.
The Bangalore Police is trying to find out the real reason.
Was it, Aliens?
Keep an eye on RoMi Website for further information.
Indian Air Force has informed that it was a routine IAF test flight involving a supersonic profile which took off from Bengaluru airport and flew outside the city limits.
- European Unions supports WHO after Trump wrote to the director-general Tedros to lay out the charges and threaten to pull out. The US has earlier said that Tedros is a Chinese puppet. However, China has denied the allegations by far.
- Jharkhand government has decided that Swiggy and Zomato will deliver liquor at doorsteps.
- New Laws: A man sentenced to death via video-call in Singapore. A 37-year-old Malaysian man was sentenced to death for drug offences. This is the first verdict in Singapore which was heard remotely.
- Nepal says it will reclaim its land from India. Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma has claimed that Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura belongs to Nepal and has vowed to take it back from India.
- Zee News: A few days back, I mentioned that my friend who is a journalist in Zee news shared that one of her colleagues was tested positive for covid-19 and all the employees are asked to quarantined. However, Twitter handler came out with their views to see news. Have a look:
Birth of New Planet: A dense disc of dust and gas has been detected about 520 light-years away from Earth. Astronomers are assuming that they have found the first evidence of a new planet being born.
Metro services will not resume: Delhi High Court has rejected the plea of resuming lifeline (metro) services in Delhi. The Delhi government counsel said that the private and government companies are asked to work from home as much as possible. An adequate number of buses are already running and shops are also open on the odd-even basis. It’s not possible to resume all services out of a sudden.
The Indian Express