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    Coronavirus : Death toll due to COVID19 croses 536,000 globally

    A record number of new coronavirus caseswas reported globally Saturday, with the United States, Brazil and India showing the biggest increases, according to data from the World Health Organization. Worldwide, cases rose by 212,326 in 24 hours, the data showed, breaking the previous record of 190,566, set on June 28. As July Fourth celebrations got into full swing, in the U.S....

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    Coronavirus : Chief Minister requests PM Modi to allow opening of gyms

    Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to grant permission for opening and operating gyms with the condition of compliance to SOP. He said that gym owners are facing major financial issues as gyms are closed since March when the coronavirus-induced lockdown was announced. "The lockdown declared for prevention of corona...

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    "PM CARES putting Indian lives at risk", says Congress leader Rahul Gandhi

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi accused the Central government of putting Indian lives at risk by purchasing sub-standard ventilators for the fight against coronavirus. Quoting an article, Gandhi tweeted, "PMCares opacity is: 1. Putting Indian lives at risk. 2. Ensuring public money is used to buy sub-standard products." He even used a hashtag "BJP fails...

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    PM Narendra Modi to unveil Asia's largest solar plant on July 10

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate to the nation Asia's largest 750 MW Rewa ultra mega solar plant in Madhya Pradesh via video conferencing on July 10, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said in Delhi on Sunday. A state government release also quoted that Chouhan has met Union minister of state for energy R K Singh at his residence in the national capital and urged...

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    Indian Railways makes history,sets up solar power plant to run trains

    Indian Railways has set up a solar power plant in Bina in Madhya Pradesh to power the Railway overhead lines that power the electric locomotives. According to Railway officials, this is the first time in the world that solar power will be used to run trains. While Indian Railways, and other railway networks in the world, have been using solar power, they are mainly used to...

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  • BJP leader shot dead by unidentified assailants

    Senior BJP leader Jayvardhan Singh, said to be a contender for the parliamentary elections, was shot dead at point-blank range in Latehar's Barwadih block on Sunday evening, triggering a hue and cry in the Opposition over the deteriorating law and order situation in UPA-led Jharkhand. Two armed assailants shot dead Singh, a district general secretary of the BJP in Latehar, near Pragya Kendra...

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    Centre blocks 40 websites of banned pro-Khalistani group SFJ

    Center on Sunday issued an order to block as many as 40 websites of Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) under the UAPA for launching a campaign to register supporters for its cause. Atleast 40 websites belonging to SFJ, a US-based outlawed organisation , have been blocked for supporting secessionist activities, the Home Ministry said in a stement on Sunday. "Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), an...

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    Coronavirus : Saudi Arabia issues guidelines for Haj pilgrimage

    Saudi authorities have set mandatory guidelines and health protocols that pilgrims need to follow while performing the rituals of this year's Haj season. The Kingdom's National Centre for Disease Prevention and Control unveiled health a slew of protocols for the Haj season, as well as several general guidelines for health workers and practitioners regarding during the Haj...

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    China on high alert after suspected case of Bubonic plague

    A city in northern China on Sunday sounded an alert after a suspected case of bubonic plague was reported, according to official media here. Bayannur, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, announced a level III warning of plague prevention and control, state-run People's Daily Online reported. The suspected bubonic plague case was reported on Saturday by a hospital in Bayannur. The...

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    2 Pakistan soldiers killed in retaliatory firing by Indian Army in Kashmir

    Two Pakistan Army soldiers were killed and three others were injured in the retaliatory firing by Indian Army in the Line of COntrol (LOC) in Jammu and Kashmir. The Pakistan Army has violated the ceasefire agreement and started unprovoked firing to which the Indian Army has given befitting reply. The two Pakistani soldiers, including one Subedar, were killed in Nikial...

    • 11 hrs ago

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