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October 26 Current affairs

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INTERNATIONAL

Italy and Spain had managed to tamp down the initial ourbreak with some of the world's strictest national lockdowns. The easing of those measures before the summer travel season contr

Last week, SpaceX launched 60 more Starlink satellites aboard Falcon 9 rocket to be deployed in low-Earth orbit, bringing the constellation to 788 as the company gears up for a public beta of the affordable satellite broadband service.

Dubai, which sees itself as a leading "smart city" in the Middle East, has ambitions to become a hub for technology and artificial intelligence.

INDIA

The Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court has allowed a Nanded gurudwara to conduct its annual Dussehra celebrations occurring for three centuries.

However, Takht Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchal Nagar Sahib must observe strict pointers laid down by the court docket, which embody necessary COVID-19 check and no congregation distributed to a new wave of cases that risks overwhelming the countries' health-care systems if unchecked.

BUSINESS

The relief will be available to borrowers irrespective of whether moratorium on loan repayment has been availed or not.

Sabarmati and Sardar Sarovar -- Statue of Unity route are included in the 16 seaplane routes identified in the country.

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