Staying updated with the daily current affair is crucial for the aspirants preparing for the government job examinations. Latest news of national and international importance is what many people seek on a daily basis. With so much happening around you, it must be difficult to get all the news of the day at one place. To help the aspirants get an insight into the news of the day, we are providing you with the daily current affairs update. In this post, we will cover all the important news of 12th May covering the news from International Nurses Day to the launching of Pranavayu programme by Bengaluru.
Ministry of MSME launches CHAMPIONS Portal
Prince Harry-Meghan Markle’s biography to be published in August
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike launches “Pranavayu” programme
Para-athlete Deepa Malik announces retirement
Para-athlete Deepa Malik has declared her retirement from Paralympics games in order to serve as the office-bearer in the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI). As per the National Sports Code, an active athlete cannot hold an official post in any federation. She is the first Indian woman to earn a medal at the Paralympic Games and has bagged a total of 58 national and 23 international medals during her illustrious career.
Bengaluru Airport: Voted as the best regional airport in India & Central Asia
HRD Minister launches Central Univ. of Odisha Helpline “Bharosa”
Indu Shekhar Chaturvedi takes charge as Secretary of MNRE
NIV-Pune develops India’s 1st antibody testing kit “ELISA”
Former Lok Sabha MP Raja Rangappa Naik passes away
DRDO develops “UV systems” to sanitise electronic gadgets
Israel names street after Rabindranath Tagore on his 159th anniversary
Founding father of Rock ‘n’ roll Little Richard passes away
MP govt launches ‘FIR Aapke Dwar’ Yojana
International Nurses Day observed globally on 12 May
International Nurse Day is celebrated globally on 12 May every year. This day commemorates the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale. She was also remembered as Lady with the Lamp. She was the founder of modern nursing and was a British social reformer and statistician.