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    No vaccination this Sat, Sun

    NEW DELHI, Feb 26: No vaccination scheduled on February 27 and 28 to facilitate the Co-Win digital platform transit from Co-Win 1.0 to Co-Win 2.0 from March 1, the Health Ministry announced on Friday.It said the Covid-19 vaccination that was launched on January 16 is being exponentially expanded, as per the Union Cabinet decision on Wednesday, from March 1 to cover those above 60 years of age and those above 45 years...

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    MHA says existing Covid-19 guidelines to continue till Mar 31

    NEW DELHI, Feb 26: The home ministry Friday said the existing COVID-19 guidelines will remain in force till March 31. In a statement, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said while there has been a substantial decline in the active and new COVID-19 cases, there is need to maintain surveillance, containment and caution so as to fully overcome the pandemic. The states and union...

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    PM inaugurates 2nd Khelo India Winter Games at Gulmarg

    NEW DELHI, Feb 26: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while inaugurating the Second Khelo India Winter Games, has said that the organisation of the games in Gulmarg shows that the Union Territory was peaceful and working its way towards prosperity.The PM added that these games were a key ingredient of the 'Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat' principle."Today the second edition of the Khelo...

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    Rajnath salutes IAF's courage

    NEW DELHI, Feb 26: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday saluted the exceptional courage and diligence of the Indian Air Force (IAF) and said "the success of strikes has shown India's strong will to act against terrorism"."On the anniversary of Balakot Air Strikes, I salute the exceptional courage and diligence of the Indian Air Force. The success of Balakot strikes has shown India's...

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    Shanta spills BJP's beans: Targets Naidu

    NEW DELHI, Feb 26: In a sensational disclosure in his autobiography released early this week, veteran Bharatiya Janata Party leader Shanta Kumar (86), a former chief minister of Himachal Pradesh twice, has revealed how he lost his chair as a union minister for rural development in 2003 after he unearthed a Rs 300-crore scam of his predecessor M Venkaiah Naidu, who is now the Vice-president of India.A...

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    Centre notifies scheme for J&K industrial development

    NEW DELHI, Feb 25: The Centre has notified the new central scheme for industrial development of Jammu and Kashmir.As per a notification, this scheme will be called New Central Sector Scheme for Industrial Development of Jammu & Kashmir.It will be effective from April 1, 2021 and will remain in force up to and inclusive of March 31, 2037. The scheme was earlier approved by the Cabinet...

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    INS asks Google to compensate Indian newspapers for use of content

    NEW DELHI, Feb 25: The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) on Thursday asked Google to compensate Indian newspapers for using their content and insisted that the global search giant increase the publisher share of advertising revenue to 85 percent. In a letter to Google, INS president L Adimoolam said publishers are also facing a very opaque advertising system, as they are unable to...

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    Abortive bid of Delhi police to stop "Trolley Times"

    NEW DELHI, Feb 25: Delhi Police made an abortive bid two days ago on Tuesday to force closure of "Trolley Times," an independent broadsheet newspaper of the farmers protesting on Delhi borders, by nabbing its producer and leftist activist Navkiran Natt. Its special cell personnel, however, left empty-handed as she was not at the residence of CPI(ML-Liberation) Delhi state secretary...

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    Centre acquires powers to gag social media, OTT platforms

    NEW DELHI, Feb 25: The Central Government on Thursday acquired powers to block contents of the online news media as also the social media and the OTT (Over-the-top) platforms like Amazon Prime and Netflix, claiming the new framework as "progressive, liberal and contemporaneous."They will be subjected to the blockade through an inter-ministerial committee, comprising ministries...

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    Govt justifies new rules to regulate social media

    NEW DELHI, Feb 25: The Central Government has hailed the new rules notified on Thursday to regulate the social media as "a soft-touch self-regulatory architecture and a Code of Ethics and three tier grievance redressal mechanism for news publishers and OTT Platforms and digital media."In its rationale for the new guidelines, the Ministry of Electronics & IT, headed by Law Minister...

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