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Today’s Current Affairs News Headline – May 11, 2022

Today’s Current Affairs News Headline

National News

• India reported 2,897 new cases, 2,986 cured and 54 deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of active topics to 19,494.
• Senior Congress Leader and former Union Minister Pandit Sukh Ram passed away at 95.
• India contributed US$800,000 to the United Nations for the promotion of Hindi
• Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his gratitude to the scientists and the efforts that led to the success of the Pokhran test on National Technology Day in 1998.
• AAI provides self-help groups in Surat and other airports to empower local artisans.
• The Supreme Court of India ordered the Electoral Commission to publish the calendar of civic elections in MP.
• AR Rahman and Akshay Kumar are among the celebrities who walked the Cannes 2022 red carpet with Anurag Thakur
• Union Minister Anurag Thakur will lead a delegation from India to the Cannes 2022 event.

Environmental News

• Cyclone Asani weakened to a ‘cyclonic storm’ today, likely to become a depression on 12 May.
• An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 shook the Argentine province of Jujuy around 4:36 am. m. from today.
• A prolonged heatwave in Australia has damaged 91 per cent of the Great Barrier Reef’s coral through bleaching, according to a new government monitoring report.

International News

• The Pakistani rupee has fallen to the lowest level against the US dollar.
• The Sri Lankan army chief denies that the armed forces are willing to open fire on civilians.
• Tesla boss Elon Musk says he will reverse Twitter’s ban on Donald Trump.
• China’s covid-zero strategy to defeat the pandemic is not ‘sustainable’: WHO chief
• The Minister of Uzbekistan expressed interest in accessing the Chabahar port and said that Uzbekistan could be India’s gateway to Eurasia.
Tokyo will begin recognizing same-sex couples in November, becoming the largest city in Japan.
• The US House of Representatives voted to send a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine after President Joe Biden warned that funds to help Kyiv stop a Russian invasion would likely run out in a few days.
• The US Senate confirmed the induction of Lisa Cook to the Federal Reserve on May 10, 2022, making her the first black woman to serve on the central bank’s board.
• The first president of Ukraine, Leonid Kravchuk, passed away.
• President Vladimir Putin will not end the Ukraine war with the Donbas campaign and is determined to build a land bridge to Russian-controlled territory in Moldova, the US director of national intelligence said on May 10. Avril Haynes.

Sport News

• Gujarat Titans reached the playoffs in the first IPL, defeating the Lucknow Super Giants by 62 runs.
• Expansion of the Champions League from 4 teams to 36, UEFA confirms.
• Manchester City has confirmed the signing of Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
• Former England batsman Graham Thorpe is seriously ill and is currently undergoing treatment.




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