Must Read News Articles – May 14

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India largely safe from cyberattack: The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT— In), which on Saturday issued an advisory asking organisations to install updates to Windows systems, had, in fact, released a vulnerability note with a “Severity Rating of High” on March 15 for “a possible remote exploitation of this vulnerability.”

India to skip B&R Forum: India will be absent from China’s Belt and Road Initiative (B&RI) Forum beginning Sunday, the government said.

Pneumonia vaccine to be part of immunisation drive: Nearly 20% of global under-five pneumonia deaths occur in India.

‘Key’ to microbial-resistant infections: Study reveals the structures of surface proteins that help the bacteria bind to human host cells.

Aquatic animal diseases revisited: The national surveillance programme for aquatic animal diseases in India, one of the largest fish disease surveillance programme implemented in the country, is all set to begin a new phase.


 What is the lowdown on the directive to RBI on bad loans: The Central government has amended the Banking Regulation Act to give more powers to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to fast-track resolution of stressed assets in a time-bound manner.

Why does the Indian Ocean rise and fall?: Indian Ocean has been rising particularly rapidly.


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