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After cyclone Nisarga, Mumbai’s air quality improves to year’s best
Air qualityJune 4, 2020 ET
The current air quality of Mumbai recorded at noon falls in the good category, that poses little or no health risk, according to the official website of the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR).
Financial records of over 7m Indian citizens exposed in data leak
India mobile phoneJune 4, 2020 ET
Over 7 million incredibly sensitive financial data records belonging to millions of Indian citizens were exposed when data related to India’s mobile payments app BHIM was stored on a misconfigured Amazon Web Services S3 bucket that was publicly accessible.
North Korea threatens to halt military agreement over sent anti-Pyongyang leaflets
North Korea streetJune 4, 2020 ET
North Korea threatened on Thursday to end an inter-Korean military agreement reached in 2018 to reduce tensions if the South fails to prevent activists from flying anti-Pyongyang leaflets over the border.
CDC releases new coronavirus guidelines for cruise ships
Costa AtlanticaJune 4, 2020 ET
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will start assigning cruise ships a color coded status to aid with the disembarking stranded crew, the agency announced this week.
Putin agrees to declare state of emergency in Arctic Norilsk due to fuel spill
Vladimir PutinJune 4, 2020 ET
Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to declare a state of emergency of federal scale in Russia\'s Arctic Norilsk city in the Krasnoyarsk region due to a diesel fuel spill.
Teleamazonas broadcaster attacked with dynamite in Ecuador
EcuadorJune 3, 2020 ET
Ecuadorian authorities should conduct a speedy and transparent investigation into the explosion at the Teleamazonas broadcaster, and hold those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said.
Pentagon chief opposes using active duty U.S. troops to quell protests
Mark EsperJune 3, 2020 ET
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said he was against using active duty troops to quell the protests for racial justice gripping the United States breaking with President Donald Trump\'s recent threat to deploy the military to restore order.
Donors promise Yemen $1.35bn, falling short of UN target
Yemen AdenJune 3, 2020 ET
International donors raised $1.35 billion in humanitarian aid for Yemen.
Greece halts Qatar flights as 12 passengers test positive for coronavirus
Qatar airwaysJune 3, 2020 ET
Greece has suspended flights to and from Qatar after 12 passengers arriving from Doha to Athens tested positive for the coronavirus.
Four killed in India coal mine explosion
India coal mine explosionJune 3, 2020 ET
Four workers died and three others were seriously injured in an explosion at an open cast coal mine in the Peddapalli district, Telangana, India Tuesday.
Portugal's borders with Spain closed until end of June
Spain borderJune 3, 2020 ET
The Minister of Internal Administration on 2 June admitted to keeping land and air borders with Spain closed, as long as there is an internal quarantine in the neighbouring country.
Strong Cyclone Nisarga makes landfall in India
Cyclone NisargaJune 3, 2020 ET
Cyclone Nisarga started making landfall at 11.30am south of Alibag in Maharastra’s Raigad district with strong winds of 120 to 140kmph, higher than expected, making it the second severe cyclone to hit Mumbai since 1961.
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