Page-62 of Current Affairs - July, 2020

Wagah Border reopened by Pakistan for Afghan Exports

Pakistan government has resumed the Afghan exports through the Wagah Border crossing as part of the Pakistan-Afghanistan Transit Trade Agreement. Pakistan had already opened the Pak-Aghan Border at Torkham and Chaman round the clock for six days a week, in May 2020. But, Afghan exports to India through the Wagah Border have remained suspended even ..

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Two Vaccines in India to start clinical trial for COVID-19: ICMR

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has stated that two vaccines developed in India are going to undergo trial from July 2020. The organization has decided to rope in 1000 volunteers for this purpose, at the earliest. These vaccines have already undergone animal trials and have shown successful results. The vaccines have been developed ..

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New Economic Corridor projects worth Rs 20,000 Crores inaugurated in Haryana

The Union Road Transport and Highways Minister, Nitin Gadkari has laid the foundation stone for new economic corridor projects worth Rs 20,000 crores in Haryana. The virtual function was presided over by the Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar. The projects that were inaugurated by the Union Minister include the 35.45 km four lane ..

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Daniel Lewis Lee: First Federal Execution in US in 17 years

The United States Justice Department has stated that Daniel Lewis Lee (47), convicted of murdering three people of a family, was put to death by lethal injection. This is the first federal execution in the country in the last 17 years. Daniel is the first of the three federal convicts who are going to be ..

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Baloxavir can prevent spread of flu to household members: US Journal

The New England Journal of Medicine has published an article in which the researchers have claimed that a single dose of Baloxavir Marboxil can be effective in reducing the spread of the flu-related diseases among the households. This conclusion has been drawn after examining the contacts of the 545 patients with the flu. The study ..

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