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Updated on 7th May 2022 

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Today in History

  • The Theatre Royal, built by the dramatist Thomas Killigrew for his company of actors and now commonly known as the Drury Lane Theatre, opened in London this day in 1663 and is the oldest English theatre still in use.
     
  • In 1946, Sony Corporation, a major Japanese manufacturer of consumer electronics products, was founded by Ibuka Masaru and Morita Akio.
     
  • On 7th May 1861, Rabindranath Tagore, a Bengali poet, short writer, song composer, playwright, essayist, and painter who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913, was born in Calcutta (Kolkata).

News Updates

  • MHA holds a high-level meeting for preparing a national database to monitor terror funding: The MHA held a meeting after Union Minister Amit Shah recently said the government will soon be developing a national database for terrorist funding.
     
  • 2 Killed, 3 injured in accident at Himachal Pradesh's Tidong Hydropower Project: 2 workers died and 3 were injured after a trolley slipped at Himachal Pradesh's Tidong Hydropower Project on Saturday.
     
  • Police busts nexus in Jammu engaged in making MBBS admissions in Pakistan: Police today came across a nexus backed by Jamaat-e-Islami which was still engaged in collecting funds and luring students to study MBBS in Pakistan and detected a newly floated outfit Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Movement.
     
  • Fire breaks out at Coke plant of Tata Steel Factory in Jamshedpur: A fire broke out at the Tata Steel plant in Jamshedpur on Saturday. Two people were injured in the incident.
     
  • Whatsapp rolls out message reactions feature: The message reactions feature, which was announced last month by Whatsapp, will now be rolled out to its users. According to GSM Arena, it will work in a similar way to how Facebook's reaction work. User needs to long press on the chat, and they can select the reactions from the pop-up.

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