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31.05.2020

THE HEADLINES:

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi urges people to be more and careful amidst COVID-19 pandemic.

  • In his Mann Ki Baat address today, Mr Modi hails the spirit of service by the people calling it Sewa Paramo Dharmah; says the number of  'Ayushman Bharat' beneficiaries crossed over one crore.

  • Prime Minister emphasizes the need to develop the eastern region, saying it has the capacity to be the country’s growth engine.

  • Phased withdrawal of lockdown announced; Containment Zones to remain under complete lockdown till 30th June.

  • Recovery rate of Covid-19 patients improves to nearly 48 per cent.

  • US postpones the G7 Summit till September.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged people to be more and careful in the midst of the COVID pandemic even as a major segment of the economy has been opened up. Addressing the nation in his Mann Ki Baat programme on All India Radio this morning, the Prime Minister said, train services have resumed including the Shramik Special trains and special trains.


"इस बार बहुत कुछ खुल चुका है। श्रमिक स्पेशल ट्रेनें चल रही हैं अन् स्पेशल ट्रेनें भी शुरू हो गई हैं। तमाम सावधानियों के साथ हवाई जहाज उड़ने लगे हैं। धीरे-धीरे उद्योग भी चलना शुरू हुआ है। यानी अर्थव्यवस्था का एक बड़ा हिस्सा अब चल पड़ा है खुल गया है। ऐसे में हमें और हमें और ज्यादा सतर्क रहने की आवश्यकता है। दो गज की दूरी का नियम हो, मुंह पर मास् लगाने की बात हो, हो सके तो वहां तक घर में रहना हो, ये सारी बातों का पालन उसमें जरा भी ढिलाई नहीं बरतनी चाहिए।"


Mr Modi stated that the fight against corona is a reflection of resilience and collective efforts of the people. He pointed out how the country faced unique challenges with a vast population, and yet Corona did not spread as fast as in the other parts of the world. He noted that the mortality rate of Corona is a lot less in the country.


The Prime Minister hailed the spirit of service shown by the people and called it the biggest strength. He said, Sewa Paramo Dharmah -  service is a joy in itself - is a way of life in India. He cited the examples of KC Mohan of Tamil Nadu, Gautam Das of Agartala, Raju a Divyang from Pathankot, who went out of their way despite limited means to help others in this time of crisis. Mr Modi added that numerous stories of perseverance of women's self help groups are coming to the fore from all corners of the country.


The Prime Minister shared how the instances of innovation at this moment of crisis have touched his heart.


"कोरोना की वेक्सिन पर हमारी लैब में जो काम हो रहा है उस पर तो दुनिया भर की नजर है और हम सब की आशा भी। किसी भी परिस्थिति को बदलने के लिए इच्छा शक्ति के साथ ही बहुत कुछ इनोवेशन पर भी निर्भर करता है। हजारों सालों की मानवजाति की यात्रा लगातार इनेवेशन से ही इतने आधुनिक दौर में पहुंची है। इसलिए इस महामारी पर जीत के लिए हमारी यह विशेष इनोवेशन भी बहुत बड़ा आधार है।"


Sharing his pain at the sufferings and hardships of people due the pandemic, the Prime Minister said, Corona virus has afflicted all sections of society but the underprivileged labourers and workers have been the most affected. He said, the entire country understands and feels what they are going through and everyone from the centre, states, to local governance bodies are toiling round the clock. He praised the people who are relentlessly engaged in safely transporting lakhs of labourers in trains and buses, caring for their food, and arranging for their quarantine in every district.


Mr Modi emhasized that the current scenario is an eye opener as well as an opportunity for scrutiny and lessons for the future. He said the distress that the country's workforce is undergoing is representative the one being faced by the eastern region of our country. The Prime Minister emphasized the need to develop the eastern region which has the capacity to be the country’s growth engine.


The Prime Minister said, the need of the hour is devising a new solution. He said, government has taken several steps in this direction. He added that recent decisions taken by the Centre have opened up vast possibilities of village employment, self employment and small scale industry. He expressed confidence the Atmanirbhar Bharat campaign will take the country to greater heights in this decade.


"तमाम चुनौतियों के बीच मुझे खुशी है कि आत्मनिर्भर भारत पर आज देश में व्यापक मंथन शुरू हुआ है। लोगों ने अब इसे अपना अभियान बनाना शुरू किया है। इस मिशन का नेतृत् देशवासी अपने हाथ में ले रहे हैं। बहुत से लोगों ने तो यह भी बताया कि उन्होंने जो जो सामान उनके इलाके में बनाये जाते हैं, उनकी एक पूरी लिस् गई है। ये लोग अब इन लोकल प्रोडेक्ट्स को ही खरीद रहे हैं और वोकल फोर लोकल को प्रमोट भी कर रहे हैं। मेक इन इंडिया को बढ़ावा मिले इसके लिए सब कोई अपना-अपना संकल् जता रहा है।"


Mr Modi stated that the number of beneficiaries of 'Ayushman Bharat' scheme has crossed over one crore. He said, if the poor had to pay for the treatment, more than 14 thousand crore rupees would have been required to be paid out of their own pockets.


"आयुष्मान भारत योजना के साथ एक बहुत बड़ी विशेषता पोर्टिविलिटी की सुविधा भी है। पोर्टिविलिटी की सुविधा ने देश को एकता के रंग में रंगने में भी मदद की है। यानी बिहार का कोई गरीब अगर चाहे तो उसे कर्नाटक में भी वही सुविधा मिलेगी जो उसे अपने राज् में मिलती है। इसी तरह महाराष्ट्र का कोई गरीब चाहे तो उसे इलाज की वही सुविधा तमिलनाडु में मिलेगी। इस योजना के कारण किसी क्षेत्र में जहां स्वास्थ् की योजना कमजोर है वहां के गरीब को देश के किसी भी कोने में उत्तम इलाज कराने की सहूलियत मिलती है।"


The Prime Minister said, during the present Corona pandemic, people are paying serious attention to 'Yoga'. People everywhere want to know more about 'Yoga' and along with it 'Ayurveda' and adopt it as a way of life. 


"अंतर्राष्ट्रीय योग दिवस जल् ही आने वाला है। योग जैसे जैसे लोगों के जीवन से जुड़ रहा है, लोगों में अपने स्वास्थ् को लेकर जागरूकता भी लगातार बढ़ रही है। अभी कोरोना संकट के दौरान भी देखा जा रहा है कि हॉलीवुड से हरिद्वार तक घर में रहते हुए लोग योग पर बहुत गंभीरता से ध्यान दे रहे हैं। हर जगह लोगों ने योग और उसके साथ साथ आयुर्वेद के बारे में और ज्यादा जानना चाहा उसे अपनाना चाहा। कितने ही लोग जिन्होंने कभी योग नहीं किया, वे भी या तो ऑन लाइन योग टास् से जुड़ गये हैं या फिर ऑन लाइन वीडियो के माध्यम से भी योग सीख रहे हैं। सही में योग कम्युनिटी, ह्यूमिनिटी और यूनिटी सब के लिए अच्छा है।"


The Prime Minister lauded the courage and bravery with which the people of West Bengal and Odisha during the cyclone Amphan. He said the ordeal they faced and the manner in which they showed their grit and determination is commendable.


Mr Modi said many parts of the country have been affected by locust attacks. He said efforts are on and from center to state governments, agriculture department or administration, everybody is involved using modern techniques to help the farmers and reduce crop loss due to this crisis.


The Prime Minister said, the entire world will celebrate ‘World Environment Day' on the 5th of June. The theme for this year's 'World Environment Day' is Bio Diversity.


"स्वच्छ पर्यावरण सीधे हमारे जीवन, हमारे बच्चों के भविष्य का विषय है I इसलिए, हमें व्यक्तिगत स्तर पर भी इसकी चिंता करनी होगी I मेरा आपसे अनुरोध है कि इसपर्यावरण दिवसपर, कुछ पेड़ अवश्य लगाएँ और प्रकृति की सेवा के लिए कुछ ऐसा संकल्प अवश्य लें जिससे प्रकृति के साथ आपका हर दिन का रिश्ता बना रहे I हाँ! गर्मी बढ़ रही है, इसलिए, पक्षियों के लिए पानी का इंतजाम करना मत भूलियेगा।"


Mr Modi said, people have the responsibility to save water as well. He stressed on the need to save Rain water and said everyone must strive for water conservation.


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Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasized the importance of conserving every drop of water in his Mann Ki Baat address today. In a tweet, Mr Javadekar said, the Prime Minister spoke about planting trees, cherishing country's rich bio-diversity and co-existing with nature.


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The Government has announced the phased withdrawal of Lockdown to fight COVID-19. The first phase of nationwide Unlock starts from tomorrow after the fourth phase of Lockdown ends today. Except for the containment zones demarcated by the State and Union Territory governments, the first phase of Unlock for the remaining part of the country will begin from tomorrow. All activities have been allowed in green and orange zones from 5 in the morning till 9 in the evening except for few which will be opened up in a phased manner starting from 8th of next month. Starting tomorrow, there stands no limitation on intra and inter state movements unless the state government decides otherwise. For more details, lets listen to our correspondent :


"No separate permission or permits will be required starting from tomorrow for both intra and inter state movement by citizens as per the Central Government guidelines. Starting from 8th of June the doors of temples and other religious places will be open for the devotees. Hotels , Restaurants , hospitality services and Shopping malls will also see visitors from 8th of next month after around 75 days of closure as per the standard operating procedures finalised by Health Ministry. Educational Institutions, including schools, colleges, coaching institutes will remain closed till 30th June and decision on their re-opening will be considered only after consultation of all stakeholders. International air travel, except those permitted by Government, Metro Rail, Cinema Halls, Gymnasiums, Swimming pools, entertainment parks, theaters, bars , auditoriums, assembly places and any large congregation including religious will continue to remain prohibited nationwide. However, the state governments can impose larger restrictions than those proposed by the Centre as per their assessment. Anand Chaturvedi , AIR News , Delhi."


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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that there will be relaxation in many fields during lockdown 5 in state. He said that a majority of industries, economic and financial activities have already been started in state. The Chief Minister was addressing media through video conference at Lucknow today. He said that government will go ahead in starting other activities in phased manner in state.


Mr Adityanath said that lockdown rules will firmly continue in  Corona containment zones. He stressed on avoiding of mass gathering at any cost in the state. He said that mass gathering for religious, spiritual, wedding and other purposes will not be allowed.


He said that people of above the age of 65 years, children below 10 years, pregnant women and people suffering from comorbidity are to be paid more attention and they should avoid coming out. Praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mr Adityanath said that Mr Modi has changed and transformed the country. 


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Health and Family Welfare Ministry said that a total 86 thousand 984 people affected with novel coronavirus have been cured and the recovery rate has reached 47.75 per cent in the country. During the last twenty four hours, four thousand 614 people have recovered and eight thousand 380 fresh cases of Covid-19 infections have been reported. Total number of affected people has reached one lakh 82 thousand 143. This is the highest spike in fresh cases in one day since the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic in India. Health Ministry said, 193 deaths have been registered in last 24 hours taking the nationwide toll to five thousand 164. 


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The Indian Council of Medical Research, ICMR has said that a total one lakh 25 thousand 428 samples were tested for corona virus in the last 24 hours. With this, figure of total number of tests reached 37 lakh 37 thousand and 27 in the country.


ICMR is continuously scaling up its testing facilities for Covid-19 by giving approval to government and private laboratories. As of now, total 669 laboratories across India have been given approval to conduct the test for Covid-19 including 466 government laboratories and 203 private laboratories' chains.


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The ICMR has advised the States to conduct sero-survey to measure corona virus exposure in the population using IgG ELISA test. In an attempt to decide the future course of action against the pandemic, ICMR has communicated a detailed plan to all the states to measure corona virus exposure in general population as well as in high risk populations. The numbers and frequency in different groups to be tested has been entrusted with states depending upon the requirement and situation in that particular area.


The ICMR has said, IgG antibodies generally start appearing after two weeks of onset of infection, once the individual recovers after infection and last for several months. Therefore, the IgG test is not useful for detecting acute infection but indicates episode of corona infection in the past. Sero-surveys help to understand the proportion of population exposed to corona infection including asymptomatic individuals. ICMR said, depending upon the level of sero-prevalence of infection, appropriate public health interventions can be planned and implemented for prevention and control of the disease. The council said, periodic sero-surveys are useful to guide the policy makers to conduct surveys in high risk or vulnerable populations like health care workers, frontline workers, immune-compromised individuals, individuals in containment zones to know who has been infected in the past and has now recovered.


ICMR said, the sero-survey would be conducted using an IgG ELISA kit. Scientists at ICMR-National Institute of Virology, Pune have developed and validated an indigenous IgG ELISA test kit for antibody detection of corona virus. The test has undergone intense validation in three stages and has been found to have high sensitivity and specificity. 


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Delhi government said that a total one thousand 163 new confirmed cases of novel coronavirus have been reported in Delhi during the last twenty four hours taking the total number of affected people to 18 thousand 549. This is highest spike in fresh cases in one day since the outbreak of Corona virus in Delhi.  Delhi government has confirmed that eight thousand 75 people affected with corona virus have been cured so far and the recovery rate has reached 43.53 per cent. In the last 24 hours, 229 affected people have recovered and 18 deaths have been reported in the National Capital taking the toll to 416. 


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In Gujarat, the death toll due to Covid-19 has crossed 1,000 mark with 27 new deaths reported during last 24 hours. According to state health department, 24 people died in Ahmedabad while one death each was reported from Gandhinagar, Banaskantha and Mehsana. Total number of affected people with Covid19 in the state has gone up to 16 thousand 356 with 412 new cases reported. AIR Ahmedabad correspondent reports that out of 6 thousand 119 active cases, the conditions of 6 thousand 57 people are stable while 62 are on ventilator support. More from our Ahmedabad correspondent:


"Recovery rate of Covid19 patients in Gujarat is constantly increasing. Against the national average of 47.40, the recovery rate of Gujarat has reached up to 56.43 percent. With 621 patients discharge from the hospitals yesterday, the total number of patients discharged after recovery has reached up to 9230. Meanwhile, setting the examples for the society, many individuals are rewarding front line Corona Warriors in Ahmedabad. Shri Ajay Jani  of Indian Oil Petrol Pumps is giving 2 rupees per litter cash discount to all Corona Warriors on purchase of Petrol and diseal since lock down one.


On the appeal from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he also distributed free ration, advance salary and accomodation to all his workers to avoid their migration.Yogesh Pandya, AIR News, Ahmedabad."


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Maharashtra Medical Education Minister Amit Vilasrao Deshmukh today said that doctors and nurses will be hired on honorarium basis for treatment of people affected with corona virus in Mumbai. He said, doctors who are registered, physically fit and are less than 45 years of age will be hired as per the requirement. These doctors will be paid 80,000 rupees per month. Physicians and nurses will also be hired and the Mumbai civic body will pay honorarium to them. Meanwhile, a farmer from Nashik district has emerged as a Covid Yodha after he took up the nobel cause to sanitise his village with the help of his tractor. More from our Mumbai correspondent:-


"The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has brought to the fore several COVID-warriors who are shouldering responsibility alongside the government to overcome the crisis. One such individual is Rajendra Jadhav, a farmer from Satana taluka in Nashik district, who has installed a sanitiser spray machine on his tractor to sanitise his village. Talking to AIR, Rajendra Jadhav's son, Dhananjay says his father himself decided to participate in the battle against coronavirus and as a reason he came up with this innovative idea. He said, his father had already bought a machine to spray fertiliser on the crops they produce in their field. However, procuring sanitiser in such a huge quantity was a challenge due to the lockdown. Dhananjay says, the sole aim of his father is to break the chain of the virus.  Elated on being finding a mention in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Mann ki Baat programme today, Dhananjay says, it was a momentous occasion for his enire family. e. Kunal Shinde, AIR News, Mumbai."


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Under the Vande Bharat Mission, 14 special flights will bring home more than 2200 Indian nationals stranded from Gulf countries. Eight flights are scheduled from the United Arab Emirates. Six flights will take off from Dubai to Kochi, Kannur, Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, and Ahmedabad. Two flights are scheduled from Abu Dhabi, one to Kozhikode and the other to Thiruvanathapuram.


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The next phase of Operation “Samudra Setu” to repatriate Indian citizens from overseas will commence tomorrow. In this phase, INS Jalashwa will repatriate 700 personnel from Colombo, Sri Lanka to Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu and subsequently repatriate another 700 personnel from Malè, Maldives to Tuticorin. Indian Navy has already repatriated 1,488 Indian nationals from Malè to Kochi during the previous phase of operations. Indian Missions in Sri Lanka and Maldives are preparing a list of Indian nationals to be evacuated and will facilitate their embarkation after requisite medical screening.  After disembarkation at Tuticorin, the evacuated personnel will be entrusted to the care of state authorities. This operation is being progressed in close coordination with External Affairs Ministry, Home Ministry, Health Ministry and various other agencies of the Government and State governments.


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In our series "Expert Speak", we bring you the views of the leading medical experts on COVID-19. Dr. Anant Mohan, Head of Pulmonary Medicine, AIIMS has advised people not to take medicine like Hydroxychloroquine or anti malarial without a preion by a doctor.


Ms. Jacinta Gunjiyal, Senior Nursing Officer, AIIMS has stressed on the need for social distancing.


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Participating in AIR live phone in programme on Covid 19, Dr. Sanjay Pandey, Senior Physician at GB Pant Hospital in New Delhi said improving recovery rates will instil confidence among people to fight this deadly virus.


He also talked about the psychological impact of COVID 19.


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Noted Actor Salman Khan has appealed to the people not to believe or spread rumours during the COVID-19 pandemic. He said that the government is taking steps for the benefit of all and appealed to the people to follow all government guidelines and directions....


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External Affairs Ministry has been conducting mammoth coordinating efforts spearheaded by Indian High Commissions and Embassies across the world under Vande Bharat Mission. More than 40 thousand Indians have returned to India in over 230 flights and naval ships. In addition to this, COVID-related medical supplies have been sent to over 154 countries and Rapid Response Teams have been deployed around the world.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi held Video Conference with SAARC Leaders over the pandemic which led to the creation of  COVID-19 Emergency Fund.


Our correspondent takes a look at the various initiatives taken by the External Affairs Ministry during the first year of Narendra Modi government's second term.


"Over a hundred virtual diplomatic meetings have been held to share perspectives on combating the coronavirus and tackling post-pandemic challenges. Under India's Neighbourhood First policy, Prime Minister Modi visited Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka, reaffirming the friendship. Leaders of Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Mauritius visited India in the past year. There has been elevation of ties with the US following immensely successful visits of Prime Minister Modi and US President Trump, of which - “Howdy, Modi!” and “Namaste Trump”- were the highlights.


A new dimension of defence cooperation and space partnership with Russia has emerged. Mr Modi visited Russia last September and credit line of one billion dollars was announced for development of Russian Far East. Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping held their second Informal Summit in Mamallapuram in October last year. Highlighting the India Way at United Nations, Mr Modi led the Indian delegation at the UN General assembly, participated in the Climate Action Summit and a special event commemorating 150 years of Mahatma Gandhi. He also led India’s participation at the G20 Summit, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, G7 Summit Outreach Sessions, BRICS Summit and ASEAN-related Summits. With Bhupendra Singh, Suparna Saikia, AIR News, Delhi."


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Swarms of locust entered Chhattisgarh last night. Our correspondent reports that locusts have entered Bharatpur block of Koriya district from neighbouring area of Madhya Pradesh. The Chhattisgarh agriculture department has already ed the farmers of districts bordering MP and Maharashtra after locust attack in the neighbouring states. The Chhattisgarh government has instructed all district collectors to take necessary measures to save crops. The state government has also issued a helpline number for the farmers along with setting up a control room. 


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US President Donald Trump has postponed the G7 Summit till September. He has expressed his desire to expand the Group to G10 or G11, including India and three other nations Russia, Australia and South Korea to the grouping of the world's top economies. The G7 members are US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and UK at present. Mr Trump has been suggesting, over the weeks, that there is no greater example of reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic than holding an in-person G7 summit in America by the end of June.


He said, the G7 Summit could happen before the UN General Assembly session in September. The Presidential election in the US is scheduled for November 3. Mr Trump is seeking a second term in the White House.


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Now, Let us take a look at the weather for today.


The National capital Delhi witnessed minimum temperature of 20 degrees Celsius and maximum will be 35 degrees Celsius. The city is likely to experience cloudy sky, light Rain or drizzle.


Mumbai will witness generally partly cloudy sky. The maximum temperature will be around 35 degrees Celsius while minimum 29 degrees Celsius.


In the south, Chennai will see a partly cloudy sky. The temperature hovers between 29 and 39 degrees Celsius.


Kolkata will also witness generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. The minimum temperature in the metropolis witnessed 24 degrees Celsius while maximum will be around 29 degrees. 


On to North, in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the minimum temperature was 23 degrees Celsius in Jammu while maximum will be around 32 degrees Celsius. The city will observe thunderstorm with rain.


In Srinagar, the minimum temperature was 13 degrees Celsius while maximum will be around 20 degrees. The city will observe thunderstorm with rain.


In Gilgit, the temperature will hover between 15 and 23 degrees Celsius. The region will have thunderstrom with rain.


In Muzzafarabad, there will be partly cloudy sky with possibility of rain or thunderstorm or duststorm. It witnessed minimum temperatures of 16 degrees Celsius while maximum temperature will be around 22 degrees Celsius.


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The News Services Division of All India Radio in its bilingual live phone-in programme today  will bring you a Special discussion Programme on  Covid-19.  Dr Raman R Gangakhedkar, HEAD SCIENTIST, Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases Division, ICMR will participate in the discussion. 


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