TNEA: 1304 COUNSELING CODE
THIS DAY THAT YEAR-10TH MAY: 1933: Nazis burn about 25,000 allegedly “un-German” books. The book burnings were part of the right-wing German Student Union’s Action against the Un-German Spirit. Among the burnt books were works by Albert Einstein, Bertolt Brecht, Sigmund Freud, and Franz Kafka.
THIS DAY, THAT YEAR-10TH MAY: 1941: Adolf Hitler’s deputy, Rudolf Hess, parachutes into Scotland to broker a peace agreement. Hess was captured and interrogated. He was the last in a long line of prominent figures to be incarcerated in the Tower of London. Hitler characterized his peace mission four years before the end of World War II as treason.
10TH MAY-“World Lupus” day is observed to raise awareness and educate the public about the symptoms and health effects of lupus and to work Together to make lupus an international health priority and to ensure that people with lupus around the world are diagnosed and treated effectively.
10TH MAY-“Trust your Intuition” day is observed when one’s intuition works by drawing on patterns collected by one’s experience and when one has to make a quick decision about whether something is real, fake, feels good, feels bad, right or wrong, one draws on these patterns outside our conscious.
10TH MAY-“National Small Business” day is observed to celebrate small businesses and honours small business owners who support ones local economy, local business, tax base, schools, and infrastructure.
10TH MAY-“Clean Up Your Room” day is aimed at keeping the dust bunnies where they belong – the trash and to promote clean rooms and homes and to encourage people to collect their cleaning supplies, don their cleaning clothes and gloves, and spend the day cleaning the room and the house
10TH MAY-“National Women’s Check-up” day is observed to remind all women to take care of their health, by abandoning all responsibilities by escaping to some far-flung paradise or escape to a spa for the day
New Delhi: “Ivermectin” a broad spectrum anti-parasitic, included in WHO essential medicines list for several parasitic diseases and is used in the treatment of onchocerciasis (river blindness), strongyloidiasis and other diseases caused by soil transmitted helminthiasis, can end the Covid-19 pandemic as the medicine significantly reduces the risk of contracting the deadly respiratory disease when used regularly. WHO recommends that the drug only be used within clinical trials.
Dhaka: 76-year-old chief of Opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, who is serving a 17-year jail term on charges of embezzling foreign donations, has been temporarily released from prison amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, but, refused permission to “go abroad for treatment” as “there is no judicial provision that permits a jailed convict to go abroad for treatment”. The government officially turned down the application after Zia’s doctors said she had tested negative for the virus.
Beijing: The remnants of China’s biggest rocket crashes into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives with no reports of damage, but Beijing is being criticised by NASA and international astrophysicists for its failure to “meet responsible standards” regarding its space debris. The bulk of the out-of-control rocket, which had put into orbit the core module of China’s planned space station on April 29, was mostly destroyed as it re-entered the atmosphere.
Dubai: US Navy Seals seizes an arms shipment of thousands of assault weapons, machines guns and sniper rifles hidden aboard a ship in the Arabian Sea, apparently bound for Yemen to support the country’s Houthi rebels. Navy’s initial investigation apprises the vessel came from Iran, tying the Islamic Republic to arming the Houthis despite UN arms embargo.
Islamabad: Saudi Arabia emphasises the importance of dialogue between Pakistan and India to resolve their outstanding matters, including the Kashmir issue, to ensure peace and stability in the region. Saudi Arabia “welcomes the recent understanding reached between the authorities of Pakistan and India regarding ceasefire at the LOC[Line of Control], which is based on a 2003 understanding between Pakistan and India.”
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Mumbai: The teaser release of South star Vijay Deverakonda’s pan-India movie “Liger” pushed by the makers as the country fights the second wave of coronavirus pandemic. The movie featuring the “Arjun Reddy” star as a boxer is directed by Puri Jagannadh of “Pokkiri” fame and features actor Ananya Panday as the female lead.
Cricket: PAK tour of ZIM: 2ND Test: Day 3: PAK 510/8[d] beat ZIM 132 and 220/9 PAK lead by 158 runs.
Football: EPL: Leeds United beat Tottenham 3-1: Crystal Palace beat Sheffield United 2-0: Chelsea beat ManCity 2-1: Liverpool beat Southampton 2-0: Wolves beat Brighton 2-1: ManUnited beat Aston Villa 3-1: Everton beat West Ham 1-0: Arsenal beat West Brom 3-1.
Football: Bundesliga: German Football League: Bayern Munich clinches record-extending 9th successive Bundesliga title.
Tennis: Madrid Open: Men’s Singles: Alexander Zverev beat Matteo Berrettini 6-7,6-4,6-3 in the finals to win the Madrid Open 2021 Men’s Singles title.
Tennis: Madrid Open: Ladies’ Singles: Aryna Sabalenka downs world number one Ashleigh Barty 6-0 3-6 6-4 in 3-set thriller to win Madrid Open 2021
F1 Racing: Seven-time Lewis Hamilton becomes the first man to seal 100 pole positions in Formula One. Lewis Hamilton wins Spanish Grand Prix for the 5th time and equals Michael Schumacher’s record for the most number of Spanish GP wins after beating Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in a thrilling race
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