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    86,961 new COVID-19 cases in India, tally reaches 54,87,580

    New Delhi: India's COVID-19 tally reached 54.88 lakh with 86,961 people being infected in the past 24 hours, while 43,96,399 people have recuperated so far pushing the national recovery rate to 80.12 per cent Sunday, according to the Union Health Ministry data. The total coronavirus cases mounted to 54,87,580, while the death toll climbed to 87,882 with the infection claiming 1,130...

    • 11 min ago
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    Man asphyxiated to death by two minor sons in Keonjhar

    Keonjhar : A man was allegedly strangulated to death by his two minor sons, reportedly over a family feud in Munda Sahi area near Bodapalas under Sadar police limits in Keonjhar district Sunday. The deceased has been identified as Lankeswara Munda. Shocking! Unable to bear torture, minors beat drug addict mother to death in Bhubaneswar Munda thrashed his wife in an inebriated condition....

    • 17 min ago
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    MPs who caused Sunday's ruckus suspended: RS Chairman Venkaiah Naidu

    New Delhi: A day after pandemonium occurred in the upper house, Rajya Sabha Chairman M. Venkaiah Naidu Monday suspended several MPs who were accused of causing ruckus in Parliament. The motion was moved by V. Murlidharan, the MoS for Parliamentary Affairs, and the House suspended suspended Derek O' Brien and Dola Sen of TMC, Rajeev Satav, Ripun Bora, Nasir Hussain of Congress,...

    • 24 min ago
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    More than 60,000 people register for Russian COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V, 700 injected

    Moscow: More than 60,000 people have applied to volunteer for the coronavirus vaccine trials in Moscow and over 700 people have been injected with the coronavirus vaccine, the media reported. Sputnik V, an adenovirus vector-based vaccine, was developed by the Gamaleya Scientific Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, along with the Russian Direct...

    • 26 min ago
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    Odisha's tribal singing sensation Namita Melaka records her first song; actress Varsha gives wings to her dreams

    Cuttack: It was a dream come true for tribal singing sensation Namita Melaka as she recorded her first ever song, a devotional composition on Lord Jagannath, at a studio in Cuttack Sunday. Impressed with the melodious voice of this tribal girl from Chintaguda village in Koraput district, Odia actress Varsha Priyadarshini had promised...

    • 28 min ago
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    Fate of these six zodiacs is strong Monday, can get good news regarding work, business

    In astrology, the movement of planets is believed to create 'auspicious' as well as 'inauspicious' times. These times are a part and parcel of our daily lives. This horoscope may help you in successfully achieving your daily plans. Today's horoscope predicts jobs, business, transactions, relationships with family and friends, health and auspicious and...

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    Inspiring! How a man fought for 24 years to prove his innocence; read details

    Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh): It took a man in Uttar Pradesh three months in jail and 24 years of court battle to prove his innocence. Ram Ratan, now 65, has finally been acquitted by a local court in Muzaffarnagar because police failed to produce any evidence against him. Twenty-four years ago, he was booked for possessing an illegal firearm and also served three...

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    Road expansion in elephant corridor; NGT seeks report

    Keonjhar: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has sought a report from the state government about construction activities and deforestation in the Telkoi-Pallahada elephant corridor in Keonjhar district. There was an interim order of a court in 2016 that no disruptive or damaging activities would be carried out in all the 14 elephant corridors in the state. That means, the order has clearly...

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    Stem borers damage paddy

    Manamunda: COVID-induced difficulties had delayed farming activities during khariff season in Boudh district while erratic rainfall affected the agriculture sector in this western Odisha district. On top of them, floods washed away crops in some areas. Now, the latest problem that has come up as a great cause of worry for farmers in Kantamal and Manamunda blocks is pest attack - stem borers and leaf blighting have been...

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    Sushant Singh Rajput case: CBI, AIIMS medical board to meet Tuesday

    New Delhi: The AIIMS medical board will hold a meeting with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is probing the death of Hindi film actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Tuesday to discuss the findings of the probe done by the agency and the CFSL teams that went to Mumbai, and then decide on the next course of action, sources said Monday. According to CBI sources, the All...

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