AspirantWorld One liners : 9th May

• The biodegradable yoga mat developed by 6 young girls in Assam can prevent hyacinths from harming the lake. The water hyacinth of the fishing community in Assam developed a biodegradable and compostable yoga mat. The mat is also called as Moorhen Yoga Mat.

• The polyherbal drug Ayush-64 has antiviral, immune-modulator, and antipyretic properties, according to clinical trials performed by the Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS).

• The prime ministers of United Kingdom and the India held a virtual summit. The Summit adopted an ambitious ‘Roadmap 2030′ to elevate bilateral relations to a ‘Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.’

• British professional snooker player Mark Selby won the world championship for the fourth time. This time he won the title of defeating Shaun Murphy. Mark Selby won the 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2021 world championships. He ranked first in the world between 2015 and 2019.

• A research team from the Zoological Survey of India has discovered a new kind of insect that eats mammals. The animal was named Crocidura Norcondamica. Crocidura Norcondamica. It is almost equal to the size of a household mouse. It lives on the forest floor and feeds on insects.

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