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    No, the paracetamol trick won't work with airport staff anymore

    Bengaluru: After almost two months of hiatus domestic flights resumed from Bengaluru on Monday. The first flight took off at 05:15 am and three hours later an Indigo flight from Chennai landed with 176 passengers on board including three infants. Some 60 departures and 54 arrivals have been scheduled at the Kempegowda International Airport. Till 9 am, there were 5 arrivals and 16...

    • 4 hrs ago
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    Waqyanawis: Covid makes cooks scarce, but at 10 Janpath, sharing is caring

    Missing the domestic The government may have started opening a bit but the coronavirus pandemic scare is taking a heavy toll on the political class. The buzz is that 10 Janpath is without its regular cook. Apparently non-residential domestic help are not encouraged to come and go everyday by VVIPs. Rahul Gandhi's 12 Tuqlaq Lane, however, seems to have a regular cook and...

    • 4 hrs ago
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    Cops crack the case of well murders: A party and a few uninvited guests

    Warangal: Detectives investigating the mysterious deaths of nine guest workers in rural Warangal in Telangana have determined that they were indeed murders, and zeroed in two men who, they believe, plotted and carried out the crime. The bodies of six members of one family and three other workers, were recovered on Wednesday and Thursday. Police investigators said the...

    • 5 hrs ago
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    Forensic experts suspect foul play in Warangal well deaths

    Hyderabad: Indicating foul play in the death of nine people, including six of a family, whose bodies were fished out from a well near Warangal, a forensic expert on Sunday virtually ruled out suicide theory, saying it appeared seven of them had been dragged and thrown into the water body. Mystery shrouded the death of nine people, including six of a family, whose bodies were found in a...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Don't let Big Tech turn the world into a China, Noam Chomsky warns

    New York: The role of technology in helping push back against the novel coronavirus has been hailed widely. But it also means that people are constantly being watched by entities that can set the tone for public behaviour without giving a shred of consideration to people's privacy. One of the greatest contemporary thinkers, Noam Chomsky, warns of the consequences of technology...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Result of relaxed lockdown in Hyderabad: 620 Covid-19 cases, 15 deaths in 14 days

    Hyderabad: Have the lockdown relaxations done any good to Hyderabad? Well, reckon with this: since the central and Telangana governments eased the lockdown, the city has recorded 620 Covid-19 cases and 15 deaths in a span of 14 days. And coronavirus cases, which were earlier restricted to Charminar, Karwan, Malakpet and LB Nagar, have now spread to Secunderabad...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Another Maharashtra cabinet minister tests positive for coronavirus

    New Delhi: A senior Congress leader who is a minister in the Maharashtra cabinet has tested positive for novel coronavirus, sources and a Health official said on Sunday. The minister has been travelling between Mumbai and his home district in Marathwada frequently, he said. "He contracted the infection a few days back and is now undergoing treatment," the official...

    • 7 hrs ago
  • Kerala

    How Kerala flattened the curve, lowest death rates: Health minister Shailaja explains

    Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala's health minister K.K. Shailaja, popularly known as Teacher, received worldwide acclaim for her handling of the Covid-19 suituation. Under her leadership, Kerala succeeded in flattening the curve and registering perhaps the lowest death rate in the world besides a very high recovery rate. The 63-year-old minister has no time to sit...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Delhi records 13,418 covid cases, CM Kejriwal says situation is still under control

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said if there is a spike in cases of the novel coronavirus in the national capital, his government is ready to deal with the situation. Kejriwal, however, said the situation is still under control in Delhi, even after several relaxations were given in the fourth phase of COVID-19-induced lockdown. ...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    SC allows Air India to operate flights with middle seats filled for next ten days

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Centre and national carrier Air India to keep operating its scheduled flights with the middle seats filled for the next ten days while observing that the government should be more worried about the health of citizens rather than the health of commercial airlines. The top court asked the Bombay High Court to decide...

    • 10 hrs ago

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