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Today’s Current Affairs News Headline – May 26, 2022

Today’s Current Affairs News Headline

Today’s current affairs news headlines for May 26, 2022, by Miliposts here.

National News

• terrorists killed Jammu and Kashmir TV artist Amreen Bhat at her residence in Chadoora, Budgam.
• The Finance Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Suresh Khanna, will present the budget of the state government led by CM Yogi Adityanath.
• India will seek a fair deal in fisheries at the WTO Ministerial Conference.
• Israel’s Defense Minister will visit India to boost bilateral defense ties next week.
• The Indian Navy’s stealth anti-submarine guided-missile frigate successfully hit a low-flying target with its surface-to-air missile system.
• PM Modi called on states to take advantage of the centralized portal Gati Shakti Sanchar.
• The Delhi High Court appointed a three-member committee of administrators for Hockey India
• Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the 40th PRAGATI meeting on May 25, 2022.
• To stabilize sugar prices, the Center has restricted sugar export to 10 lakh metric tons from June 1.
• In the midst of the CDS designation process, the Center sought a list of top retired and serving defense officials.
• By-elections for Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Andhra Pradesh, National Capital Territory of Delhi, and Jharkhand will be held on June 23.
• Yasin Malik was sentenced to life in prison for financing terrorism to serve as a deterrent to those who want to follow the same path.
• Contact tracing was intensified after detecting Omicron’s BA-4, and BA-5 subvariants, the expert, reported.
• The Reserve Bank of India canceled the Certificate of Registration (CoR) of five Non-Bank Finance Companies (NBFC) due to unregulated lending practices.

Sport News

• KL Rahul became the first player to score more than 600 runs in 4 IPL seasons.
• RCB’s Rajat Patidar became the first uncapped player to score a playoff century at IPL 2022.
• Gaurav Baliyan, Deepak Punia selected for the wrestling championship in Kyrgyzstan.
• Binoy Viswam introduced the Private Members Bill in Rajya Sabha to improve livelihood security.
• Government approves Neeraj Chopra’s request for training in Finland.

International News

• The Taliban signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates to manage Afghan airports.
• The Government of Pakistan ordered the deployment of Pakistan Army personnel in view of the public order situation in Islamabad.
• US President Biden condemns Texas school shootings and calls for a ban on assault weapons.
• On May 24, at least 12 people were killed in four bomb blasts in minibusses and a mosque in Afghanistan.
• The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) imposed a life ban on wrestler Satendra Malik after punched referee Jagbir Singh during trials at the Commonwealth Games.
• Kate Moss testifies during libel trial that Johnny Depp didn’t push her down the stairs
Russian President Putin expedited Russian citizenship for residents of Ukrainian territories under Russian control.
• Food, medicine, gasoline, and money are running out in Sri Lanka, but tourists keep coming.
• Philippine President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will defend an international ruling against Beijing over the disputed South China Sea.
• The Governor of Oklahoma signed a law that bans almost all abortions after fertilization, the strictest ban on this procedure in the United States.
• The United States will seek new sanctions against North Korea at the United Nations after Kim Jong Un’s regime fired missiles, including possibly the most giant intercontinental ballistic missile.
• China offers regional security and free trade agreement in the South Pacific: Draft document, the US warns the South Pacific not to trust ‘vague’ agreements with China.
• At least nine dead in 3 bomb attacks in an Afghan city, Islamic State group claims responsibility.
• The Gambian government will prosecute former dictator Yahya Jammeh for murder, rape, torture, and other alleged crimes during his more than 20-year rule.
• Ukraine’s top diplomat, Dimitro Kuleba, accused NATO on May 25 of doing nothing to counteract Russia’s aggression while praising the “revolutionary” decisions of the EU to support Kyiv.
• Russian troops are advancing into eastern Ukraine, attacking significant cities and aiming to “destroy everything there,” says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as the fighting begins in Ukraine’s east of the central town Severodonetsk. has reached the shore.
• Sweden does not finance or arm terrorist organizations, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson said on May 25, refuting Turkey’s claims and opposition to NATO’s offer to support Kurdish terrorist groups.
• UK Prime Minister Johnson says he takes “full responsibility” for parties violating the lockdown in Downing Street.
• On 25 May, the European Union proposed new rules that would make it harder for Russian oligarchs to evade sanctions and seize their yachts and villas to help rebuild Ukraine.

Corporate News

• The US says Twitter accepts a $150 million fine for privacy.
• Boeing’s Starliner capsule returned to Earth on May 25 in the final leg of a critical uncrewed test flight to prove itself capable of carrying NASA astronauts to the International Space Station.

Environmental News

• Israel’s Watergen partners with SMV Jaipuria Group to bring proprietary global technology to India to combat water scarcity.
• An NGO reports that Brazil’s Atlantic rainforest in Minas Gerais state saw a 66% increase in deforestation in 2021 compared to the previous year, warning that this coastal rainforest is at ‘high’ risk.



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