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| 17 April, 2022, 08:53 AM IST | E-Paper


    Covid numbers in capital double in a day

    Police took the student Abhishek Hiremath from the Hubballi sub-jail at Ashok Nagar to the college in a police vehicle. He had allegedly posted a video showing a saffron flag on a mosque, which is said to be the root cause behind the violence.

    Indo-Bangla connectivity projects to boost Eastern India economy, says ex-MEA Secretary

    Modi also posted a clip of his past remarks about India's traditional regard for the environment. In the clip, he said it is the responsibility of every generation to conserve the environment.

    Blistering heat in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab; Gurugram hottest at 45.6 degree

    "Lata didi was no less than Maa Saraswati," says Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he receives the first Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Award in Mumbai

    Delhi tightens rules for schools as Covid cases rise

    The study led by Dr Rajeev Jayadevan, co-chairman of the Indian Medical Association's national task force on coronavirus, said that 45 per cent of the vaccinated people who did not take a precautionary dose reported Covid in the third wave.

    Supreme Court says Centre's COVID vaccine policy not arbitrary but nobody can be forced to get vaccinated

    A total of 22,614 Covid tests were conducted in the city a day ago, the data showed. The COVID-19 infection tally in the national capital now stands at 18,73,793 and the death toll at 26,166.

    Hate speech: No specific words against any community uttered during Delhi event, police tells SC

    "The figures are growing in small spaces which is alarming. Hence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (recently) held a meeting with chief ministers of states and told them to be on alert. As of today, there is no need for restrictions. But, if the cases go up, we will have to impose restrictions and make masks compulsory," Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said.

    Bommai, Jagan and Thackeray: State leaders line up for WEF's Davos annual meet

    Leyen begins her visit to India on Sunday during which she will hold extensive talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on further ramping up two-way engagement in areas of trade, connectivity, energy, climate change and security.

    IEC 2022: There were some good elements in Farm Laws, but it was centralised, says former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan

    Delhi on Sunday reported 1,083 fresh COVID-19 infections with a positivity rate of 4.48 per cent and one death due to the disease, according to the health department.

    'Lowering guard, new sub-variants could be behind Delhi surge'

    "This trip will advance the Biden-Harris Administration's rock-solid commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Wednesday here. Biden will also hold bilateral meetings with South Korea President Yoon Suk Yeol and Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan.

    Aim to establish India as one of the key partners in global semiconductor supply chains, PM Modi says

    During the 43-day yatra, the journey to the cave shrine will begin from the twin routes -- the traditional 48-km from Nunwan to the cave shrine from Pahalgam in south Kashmir's Anantnag, and 14-km shorter but steep Baltal route in Ganderbal district of central Kashmir.

    AIIMS strike: Nurses' Union stage protest over suspension of its President

    Alarmed that there were over 15,000 child marriages in the tribal districts of Maharashtra in the last 3 years, the Bombay high court on Monday said the state government must sensitise the tribal community to protect the rights of girl child.

    Sarat Kr. Jain has been nominated as the Chairman of the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Assam State Council

    The school management said that the main purpose of the staff was to provide maximum development for each learner. "Trust must be established with students to make them feel welcome, safe and happy," the order read. The school is run by the Chinar Corps and Indrani Balan Foundation.

    Not opportune moment to discuss resumption of issuance of tourist visas to Chinese nationals: MEA

    India's Deputy Permanent Representative at the UN Ambassador R Ravindra, speaking at the UNSC meeting on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine on Tuesday, said that the food security challenges emanating from the Ukraine conflict "requires us to respond creatively".

    70K Pending cases: Supreme Court blames it on adjournments

    "Heatwave conditions in some parts very likely over West Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and in isolated places over Jammu, Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, East Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand, westem parts of Gangetic West Bengal, Telangana and interior Odisha," the IMD said in a bulletin issued at 8:30 am.