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1 Globally an estimated 1 crore people contracted tuberculosis in 2019, and over a quarter of them were in India, says the just released Global Tuberculosis Report 2020.
2 The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Limited had agreed to cooperate on clinical trials and distribution of Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine in India.
3 India test-fires BrahMos missile from Navy’s stealth destroyer hitting the right target.
4 Scientists in the US have developed a new method using which they have been able to prevent the novel coronavirus from replicating itself. The method involves blocking a protein that the virus uses to cut and disable important components of our immune system and also to produce copies of itself.
5 Uttar Pradesh government launched 6-month long women empowerment programme 'Mission Shakti' to raise awareness and tackle crime against women in the state.
6 The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in its annual report August 2020, said, “India has now reached a stage in which surplus food grain management has become a major challenge.”
7 Amul made it to 16th position on Rabobank's Global Top 20 Dairy Companies list.
8 Donald Trump promises free antibody coronavirus treatment to all Americans.
9 Mr Anurag Thakur, Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Government of India said that adopting the motto 'vocal for local', the states can now produce more and export more, thereby promoting competitive federalism.
10 Genrobotic wins national start up 2020 award for Bandicoot. Bandicoot is the first manhole cleaning robot to eliminate need for human workers.
11 Google Lens which can search what you see using your camera can now recognise 15 billion things, up from one billion just two years ago.
12 NASA's Osiris-Rex spacecraft will briefly touch down on a large asteroid next week and grab some rocks and dust from its surface to be returned to Earth for study.
13 The US Government has set the dates of two more executions this year which also includes that of the first woman since 1953.
14 Old Faithful, the famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park, may go silent after erupting continuously for nearly 800 years, experts have discovered.
15 Cannot rule out possibility of a second wave of Covid-19 during winters, says NITI Aayog chief VK Paul.