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    'BJP will not get even 70 seats in Bengal'

    Amitava Banerjee Siliguri: Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday said the BJP will not be able to win even 70 seats in the ongoing state Assembly elections which many expect to be a cliff-hanger. Speaking at a rally at Dabgram-Fulbari in Jalpaiguri district, Banerjee said: "Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said the saffron party has already won 100 seats out of 135 seats where...

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    Covishield may be under 'scanner' as Denmark bans AstraZeneca

    Dhirendra Kumar New Delhi: As Denmark has become the first country in the European Union to drop AstraZeneca's vaccine from its Covid-19 inoculation programme, the claims of government over the safety of the Indian version of AstraZeneca vaccine - Covishield - has also come under the 'scanner'.

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    Nearly half a dozen states put off board exams

    Mpost Bureau New Delhi: As the CBSE cancelled its exams for class 10 and deferred those for class 12, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra have also postponed their state board exams for these classes due to an alarming surge in Coronavirus cases. States like West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh said they were monitoring the situation and are yet to decide whether to go ahead with...

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    UP Panchayat polls begin today with voting in 18 dists

    Mpost Bureau Lucknow: Voting for the first of the four-phase Uttar Pradesh panchayat elections, seen as a semi-final to the 2022 Assembly election, will be held on Thursday in 18 districts with ballot papers. More than 3.33 lakh candidates in the fray in over 2.21 lakh seats in the first phase for the posts of zila panchayat (district council) members, kshetra (block) panchayat members,...

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    PM Modi negligent, callous in tackling COVID-19: Congress

    Team MP New Delhi: With COVID-19 infections spreading rapidly in the country, the Congress on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of being negligent, careless and callous in tackling the virus and jeopardising the lives of Indians, and asked him to follow "raj dharma". Congress general secretary and chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the Modi government has...

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    Double mutation in 61% of 361 Covid samples in Mumbai

    Team MP Mumbai: Double mutation has been detected in 61 per cent of the total 361 COVID-19 samples tested between January and March this year, a genome sequencing expert claimed on Wednesday even as he raised doubts over the methods of sample collection being adopted by authorities in Maharashtra, which is worst affected by the pandemic. However, experts in the fields of genome sequencing...

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    Ramping production of Remdesivir to meet demand

    Team MP New Delhi: Several manufacturers of Remdesivir, which is being used in Covid treatment, said they have ramped up production of the drug to meet its rising demand across the country. In view of increased demand for the medicine due to a spike in COVID-19 cases, the Centre on Sunday prohibited the export of Remdesivir injection and its active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) till the...

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    Long wait at crematoriums in Gujarat

    MPost Ahmedabad: Relatives of COVID-19 victims as well as those who died of other ailments are forced to wait for hours for performing the last rites as many crematoriums in Gujarat are witnessing a huge rush since the last week. Though Hindus generally do not cremate the dead after sunset, many of them are left with no option but to perform the last rites of the deceased at night in view of the rush of...

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    Negative report must for fliers from four states to Bengal

    Team MP Kolkata: In view of the current surge in Covid cases, the Kolkata Airport authority has tweeted to remind fliers coming to the city from Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala and Telangana that they must carry Covid negative certificates as per the guidelines of the state government issued in February this year. According to the Kolkata airport authority, the guidelines were...

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    Amid the pandemic, 331 child labourers rescued last year

    Abhay Singh New Delhi: As the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown led to tens of thousands in the Capital losing their jobs and family incomes, their children and many other children were taken advantage of and forced into child labour. In fact, according to data compiled by the Delhi Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR), as many as 331 children were rescued...

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