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COVID Deaths
Given Robust System Of Reporting, Missing Out On Covid Deaths Unlikely: Govt

The Health Ministry said the reporting of daily new cases and deaths in India follows a bottom-up approach, where districts report the number of cases and deaths to the state governments and to the Union Ministry on a continuous basis, missing out on the deaths is unlikely.

Dainik Bhaskar
IT Raids At Media Group Dainik Bhaskar's Premises Across Country

The searches in case of Dainik Bhaskar are being conducted in Bhopal, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Noida and some other locations in the country.

Supreme Court
Judiciary Must Remain Free From Political Pressures, Can't Have Dual System: SC

India can't have a dual judicial system -- one for the rich and the other for the poor, said the apex court.

BSF, Pak Rangers Exchange Sweets On Eid-Ul-Adha, First Time Since 2019
BSF, Pak Rangers Exchange Sweets On Eid-Ul-Adha, First Time Since 2019

Exchange of sweets on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha also took place along the border in Jammu.

Bird Flu
Human-To-Human Transmission Of Bird Flu Rare, No Need To Panic: AIIMS Chief

Honorary fellowship is the highest honour and recognition conferred by ASGBI to select surgeons from the world.

Raghu Ram Is First Indian To Receive ASGBI Honour
Hyderabad Doctor Raghu Ram Is First Indian To Receive ASGBI Honour

Honorary fellowship is the highest honour and recognition conferred by ASGBI to select surgeons from the world.

Congress leader and former Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath
Kamal Nath Demands Probe Into Pegasus Snooping Case By SC Judge

Snooping is the biggest attack on privacy...an investigation should also be carried out into the matter by a sitting judge of the Supreme Court, says Kamal Nath

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar
Govt Open To Talks With Farmers On 3 Farm Laws, Says Tomar

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said this in a response to a starred question in Lok Sabha.

Imran Khan
Pegasus Leaks: Imran Khan Selected As Person Of Interest By India In 2019, Says Report

Nawaz Sharif must have employed his connections with India to spy on Imran and breach his privacy through the Israeli software, Habib said.

indian railways
Indian Railways' Special Package: IRCTC Launches Special Train For Pitru Paksha

The booking of Pilgrimage Special Tourist Trains is available online at the official website of IRCTC- www.irctctourism.com.

BJD MPs Meet Food Minister Piyush Goyal
BJD MPs Meet Piyush Goyal, Seek Pending Rice Subsidy Of Rs 6,081 Cr

The MPs submitted a memorandum to the Union Minister and also raised the demand for early evacuation of surplus rice from Odisha and the gunny bags shortage issue. The delegation also apprised Goyal about no lifting of surplus rice by the Food Corporation of India (FCI) from Odisha.

Narendra singh Tomar
Govt To Bring Out Data Policy For Agriculture Sector

The government had constituted a task force and in furtherance, a concept paper on IDEA has been prepared and comments were invited from subject experts, farmers, Farmer Producer Organisations (FPOs) and the general public.

COVID19: Flexi Attendance Option In Central Govt Offices Extended Till June 15
Cabinet Decision On DA, DR Hike: Check Latest Finance Ministry Order

With this, the new DA rate will be 28 per cent, up from the earlier 17 per cent.

Major Explosion Averted: Security Forces Defuse 30 Kg IED In Srinagar
Major Explosion Averted: Security Forces Defuse 30 Kg IED In Srinagar

Based on the credible input of the Army, the search operation was launched by 24 RR and local police which led to the recovery of 30 kg of IED 700 metres away from the highway.

No caste census other than SCs, STs: Govt
No Caste Census Other Than SCs, STs: Govt

The state governments of Maharashtra and Odisha have requested to collect caste details in the forthcoming census.

PM Modi
Oppn Spreading Lies About Covid And Shortage Of Vaccine: PM Modi

Prime Minister expressed concern over low rate of vaccination of frontline workers and stressed that there is no shortage of vaccine.

Forest Fires
Forest Fires: Odisha Tops Country, 5-years Losses Yet To Be Assessed

The laidback state of affairs in forest management in the State surfaced today when in Rajya Sabha Union Minister, Forests, Bhupendra Yadav said Odisha is yet to send last 5-years' loss assessment report to the Centre

Supreme Court
Hospitals Thriving On Human Distress, Better Close Them, Says SC

Hospitals have become a real estate industry, and instead of providing succour to patients in distress, it is widely felt they have become money minting machines, which fleece patients.

Independence Day: Security At Borders, Red Fort Area Beefed Up
Independence Day: Security At Borders, Red Fort Area Beefed Up

Stressing on the need for vigil and alertness on the part of every staff on duty in the national capital, Srivastava motivated the policemen and women to remain prepared 24x7, saying, "Delhi Police have been entrusted with public trust to keep the capital safe and secure. The city never sleeps, neither do we."

Students Unrest In Nayagarh Nursing School
Unrest In Nayagarh Nursing School, Students Say Admin Dispute Leading To Loss Of Classes

Unrest broke out at the Pathani Samanta School of Nursing in Nayagarh on Monday as students went on a protest accusing the authorities of the institute of failing to manage the affairs properly which is leading to loss of their classes.

PM Modi
Ask Sharpest Of Questions In Parliament, But Allow Govt To Respond: PM Modi To Oppn

The prime minister said he has requested all the floor leaders to take some time out Tuesday evening when he would like to give detailed information regarding the pandemic.

PM Modi In Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha Adjourned Till 2 P.M. Amid Ruckus When PM Introduced New Cabinet

The parliamentarians from Congress, Trinamool Congress were among other Opposition leaders who started sloganeering against the government and trooped near the Speaker's podium after the Prime Minister started introducing his Cabinet.

Bus Services Resumes
Bus Service Resumes In Odisha After Over 10 Weeks Of Lockdown Curbs

As per ground reports from major bus stands in the State, heavy inflow of passengers has been seen as compared to the number of vehicles. 

Shopian Encounter
Top LeT Commander Among 2 Terrorists Killed In Shopian Encounter

"Top commander of proscribed terror outfit LeT Ishfaq Dar alias Abu Akram who was active since 2017 neutralised," police said.

Illicit Drugs Business In Assam Is Worth Rs 5,000Cr Annually: CM Sarma
Illicit Drugs Business In Assam Is Worth Rs 5,000Cr Annually: CM Sarma

The entire money goes outside Assam, without payment of any tax or anything going to the state exchequer, Sarma said, while stressing that the money used by addicts to procure the drugs comes at the cost of well being of families.