Top Headlines – 03 May 2020 | Sunday News

  • PM Modi takes stock of issues & reforms in agriculture; urges to use technology to benefit farmers.
  • Relief package for MSME sector to be announced soon: Nitin Gadkari.
  • The recovery rate from COVID-19 goes up to 26.65 % in-country.
  • Govt releases academic calendar for 9th and 10th classes.
  • All domestic & international flight services to remain suspended till May 17.

National :

  • 422 flights operated under Lifeline Udan to deliver essential medical cargo.
  • India to send an additional 34 million HCQ tablets to UAE.
  • Armed Forces to carry out a series of activities to thank corona warriors today.
  • India High Commission in Bangladesh starts registering Indians willing to return.
  • Centre releases 2nd instalment of Rs 500 for women Jan Dhan account holders.


  • Iran reports lowest coronavirus infections since March 10.
  • For Latest & Educational Update join “Haryana Educational Update” Facebook page.
  • Pakistan registers the highest single-day increase in coronavirus cases.
  • Bangladesh Railway operates a special parcel train for agricultural goods.
  • Sri Lanka: Fundamental rights petition filed with SC against holding general elections on June 20.
  • Kazakhstan removes ex-president’s daughter as senate speaker.


  • First special-off train from Rajasthan’s Kota arrives at Hatia Railway station in Ranchi.
  • Himachal Pradesh govt launches online portal for stranded people.
  • Man arrested in Palghar lynching case tests COVID-19 positive.
  • Tamil Nadu govt announces several relaxations in lockdown.
  • Assam to open its borders with NE states except for Sikkim.


  • 200 new mandis from seven states join e-NAM for the marketing of agricultural produce.
  • India open to mutually benefitting collaborations with interested countries: Piyush Goyal.
  • CAIT to launch national e-commerce marketplace ‘Bharat market’ for retail traders.

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