Daily News Bits-10.10.2021(External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to embark on three-nation tour today)

Daily news bits-10.10.2021

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  • In Germany Tesla allows a sneak peek of its Gigafactory.
  • To save the coalition Austria’s Kurz resigns over corruption allegations.
  • On trade issues,China, US reps hold ‘candid’ meeting.
  • President Jinping says ‘Complete reunification of China will be realised’.
  • The agencies reported that the 76th founding anniversary of North Korea’s ruling Workers‘ Party was celebrated on Sunday without a military parade.
  • Taliban ask US to unfreeze Afghan financial assets.
  • Brazil, the most affected nation by Corona, has hit 6 lakh Covid toll; vaccination offers hope worst is over.
  • Report says that the Moderna, racing for profits, keeps jabs out of reach of poor.


  • To transport chocolates,for the first time  Indian Railways uses idle AC coaches.
  • Ministry of Power lists 4 reasons for coal shortage amid looming power crisis
  •  Today India, China hold another round of high-level military talks .
  • External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to embark on three-nation (Kyrgyzstan,Kazakhstan and Armenia)tour today.
  • The visit will provide an opportunity for reviewing the progress in India`s bilateral ties with the three countries as well as share views on developments in the region, the Ministry of External Affairs said.
  • On account of Durga Pooja, the West Bengal government has relaxed COVID measures  from October 10 to October 20.
  • In last 24 hours India reported 18,166 new COVID-19 cases and it’s the country’s lowest one-day rise in 214 days.
  • India’s total tally of COVID-19 cases has now increased to 3.39 cr. But research shows 70% youth population has vaccinated. 


Daily News

  • Ahead of October 19 launch Google Pixel 6 complete specifications leaked Online.
  • It’s said that Apple may launch iPhone SE 3 with 5G support, A15 Bionic chipset but same old design.
  • Dream11 the famous Cricket gaming platform faces FIR after Karnataka introduces gaming ban on their state.
  • Report says that WhatsApp Starts Beta Testing End-to-End Encrypted Cloud Backups on Android, iOS.
  • Elon Musk Among Attractions at Tesla ‘Giga Fest’ in Germany Meant to Woo Critics
  • Dream11 faces FIR after Karnataka introduces gaming ban
  • Sale of Amazon Rainforest Conservation Areas was banned by Facebook on Its Apps
  • After Apple series 7 launch Apple Series 6 Watch discontinued from official lineup after Series 7 launch
  • Facebook, Instagram apologize for second outage in a week
  • Facebook updates for Indian Users Social media giant brings new Page design.
  • For all creators YouTube is rolling out auto livestream caption feature.


  • Crypto industry is moving faster than any other sector in present world, says Sumit Gupta of CoinDCX
  • Macrotech Developers sells properties worth Rs 3,000 cr in April-September; eye Rs 6,000 crore sales in H2
  • Faberge launches a limited edition watch collection priced at $45,000.
  • Government Imposes Stock Limit On Edible Oils To  control undesirable price growth. 
  • India Likely To Be Only Country To Fill Global Supply Gap For Sugar: Recent Report.


  •  The Institute of Company Secretaries of India CS Foundation exam will be held in January and also added that it  will conduct the CS exam in a computer-based test (CBT) mode.
  • Ramjas college seeks perfect scorers for 2 remaining seats in BA political science course, this shows how college is seeking for good students even for 2 seats. 
  • Some Delhi University colleges put out second cut-off list, marks down by 0.25 to 1.5 per cent.
  • Delhi University receives over 59,000 applications on final day of admissions under first cut-off list
  • SVKM’s NMIMS appoints Dr. Prashant Mishra as Dean for School of Business Management, Mumbai.
  • Coronavirus impact worsens India’s educational divide, UN agency in its report. 
  • OPSC invites applications for recruitment of 606 college teachers.
  • CBSE schools in Chennai use NEET, JEE material to prepare students to overcome fear of future exams.


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