Two females and a male rhino calves rescued during the 2019 floods to go a step closer to the wild. Calves were rescued by Assam Forest Department (AFD) and the IFAW- WTI vets from Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) from Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve. All three will undergo health check-ups and marking before being shifted to national park.
Germany has sent an Oxygen Plant with the capacity of generating 4,00,000 litres of oxygen. The Plant will serve DRDO operated Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel COVID Hospital. German Ambassador to India Walter J Lindner inspected the plant today. Speaking to ANI, German Ambassador to India Walter J Lindner said that India gave so much to world during COVID pandemic so it is just the act of returning this help. "India gave so much to world during Corona crisis. So it's just the act of returning this help. When we got to know that India needs mostly oxygen, we had our military getting into gear and they brought in big oxygen plant. I think on Monday morning we have a test run," German Envoy.
It was the turn of the heavyweights on day 3 of the International Judo Federation Grand Slam in Kazan, Russia, the final event of this year’s tour. And the honours were evenly shared, with Japan, Russia, Germany, France and the Netherlands all picking up one gold apiece.
Amid second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, a special flight carrying medical supplies from Thailand arrived at the Delhi airport on May 08. 200 oxygen cylinders and 10 oxygen concentrators have been sent by Thailand government. While 100 oxygen cylinders and 60 oxygen concentrators have been donated by Indian community in Thailand, Several countries including US, Germany, Begium, Dubai have extended their support to India as country is battling with the severe second wave of COVID-19 pandemic.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he hopes negotiators will meet in person at the Cop26 climate talks in Glasgow in November and hammer out "an era-defining outcome for our planet".He made the comments in a speech to the 12th Petersberg Climate Dialogue, an event convened by German chancellor Angela Merkel and taking place online.
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India and the European Union (EU) on Saturday announced their decision to resume negotiations for a balanced and comprehensive trade agreement after a gap of eight years and unveiled an ambitious connectivity partnership, during a virtual meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and leaders of 27 member nations of the bloc. In his remarks, Modi invited the EU to support a proposal by India and South Africa to waive patents on COVID-19 vaccines so that there can be equitable vaccine access for the entire world, officials said. The meeting, participated by leaders of EU member states as well as the top leadership of the EU, also decided to launch negotiations on two other key agreements on investment protection and geographical indications.
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On economic front, India and EU agreed to have dedicated dialogues on WTO issues, informed Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Secretary Vikas Swarup on May 08. "On economic front, both sides also agreed to have dedicated dialogues on WTO issues, regulatory cooperation, market access issues and supply chain resilience demonstrating the desire to deepen and further diversify our economic engagement," said MEA Secretary (West).
President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen on May 08 said, "It was a remarkable Summit because it widened the scope and the view on the untapped potential in the relationship of the European Union and India." Prime Minister Narendra Modi today also virtually participated in the meeting of EU as a special invitee, on the invitation of Council's President.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited EU member states to participate in India-EU High Level Digital Forum that's likely to be held later this year, informed Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Secretary Vikas Swarup on May 08. "PM also invited EU member states to participate in India-EU High Level Digital Forum that's likely to be held later this year, to enhance digital cooperation between India and EU via linking of start-ups supporting digital economy and for enhancing investments," said MEA Secretary (West).