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Lt Governor attends commemoration of the 75th year of Air Induction of Indian Army to evict Pakistan forces from Kashmir

Lt Governor attends commemoration of the 75th year of Air Induction of Indian Army to evict Pakistan forces from Kashmir
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Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha today attended the commemoration of the 75th year of Air Induction of Indian Army to evict Pakistan forces from Kashmir. The event was organized by Chinar Corps at Technical Airport Budgam.Paying tributes to the martyrs of the October 1947 terror attack by the Pakistan army, the Lt Governor laid a floral wreath at the war memorial and also honoured the NoKs of 'Saviours of Kashmir'.Speaking on the occasion, the Lt Governor said that the historic Air landing Operation conducted by Indian Army & Air Force in face of the enemy and subsequent eviction of Pakistani forces was the first landmark military action of Independent India.On this day, 75 years ago, the first Dakota aircraft with Lieutenant Colonel D.R. Rai and his warriors on board had reached Srinagar airport.

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News18
News18

Fuelled by Omicron Concern, Northeastern States Revise Covid Protocols for Inbound Travellers

Fuelled by Omicron Concern, Northeastern States Revise Covid Protocols for Inbound Travellers
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Even as the new omicron variant of the novel coronavirus has stoked global concern with its constellation of mutations that may dodge antibodies, health officials in the northeast are gearing up according to latest norms for inbound travellers to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

On November 26, the World Health Organization (WHO) designated B.1.1.529 a “variant of concern” and named it omicron, based on evidence that the variant has several mutations that could change the way the virus behaves. There is no clarity, however, on how severe the variant is, its transmissibility and effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccines.


Read all the latest updates on COVID-19 here.

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DNA
DNA

From Rs 1 crore to Rs 121 crore business: Inspiring story of how two sisters built Theobroma

From Rs 1 crore to Rs 121 crore business: Inspiring story of how two sisters built Theobroma
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Kainaz Messman Harchandrai, the co-founder of Theobroma, a brand that has achieved cult status when it comes to baked goods, was just 24 years old when she had a freak accident and was bedridden.

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