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    30000 troops of Indian Army in eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation with Chinese

    Leh: Around 30,000 troops of Indian Army are in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation with Chinese troops along the Line of Actual Control (LoC) in Ladakh, following the additional deployment of three brigades since the violent face-off last month. Three additional brigades Highly placed sources told IANS that in normal times six brigades, that is two divisions are...

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    NIMS to begin human clinical trials of COVID vaccine from tomorrow

    Hyderabad: Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) has been chosen for conducting human clinical trials of COVID vaccine which will begin from Tuesday (July 7). Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has permitted it to conduct human trials of coronavirus vaccine. COVAXIN is the first indigenously developed Covid-19 vaccine which is being prepared by ICMR in...

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    COVID cases: India surpasses Russia, becomes third-worst hit country

    New Delhi: India surpassed Russia as the third worst-hit country by COVID-19 after its case tally crossed 6.9 lakh on Sunday, according to statistics aggregator Worldometer, with several states recording their highest single-day spike. Death toll crosses 19000 The death toll rose by a record 613, to reach 19,268 in the country, the Union Health Ministry said, and states like...

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    COVID times: Jamia Nizamia issues fatwa on Eid ul Adha sacrifice

    Hyderabad: Issuing a fatwa (a legal opinion given by a qualified religious scholar in the light of Islamic Shariah in response to a question), the Darul Ifta of the Jamia Nizamia stated Muslims can give donations instead of sacrificing animal on Eid ul Adha popularly known as Baqra'eid if the situation doesn't permit them to do so due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The fatwa asserted...

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    Hyderabad: Man ends life by jumping into lake over COVID-19 fear

    Hyderabad: A 34-year-old man, who was a native of West Bengal, jumped into Hussain Sagar Lake here fearing that he was suffering from coronavirus. Suspicion of contracting coronavirus 'A 34-year-old man, native of West Bengal committed suicide by jumping into the Hussain Sagar Lake. He took the extreme step out of fear as well as suspicion of contracting coronavirus. For a week,...

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    1,590 new COVID-19 cases, seven deaths in Telangana

    HYDERABAD: Telangana on Sunday reported 1,590 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the state's tally to 23,902, officials said. After the steepest single-day hike of 1,892 cases on Friday and 1,850 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, the numbers came down to below 1,600. According to the director of public health, the state also saw seven deaths on Sunday, taking the death toll to 295. Hotspot Greater...

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    Rave party busted at a hotel in Banjara Hills,8 detained

    Hyderabad: Banjara Hills Police on Saturday night cracked down on a rave party and detained eight persons including party organizer at a popular hotel in the city. The incident took place at star hotel Park Hyat under Banjara hills Police Station limits on Saturday night. With the information reaching about the rave party, a team of Banjara Hills reached the hotel and busted the rave...

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    FAO warns India of locust attack

    New Delhi: The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations has warned India of major locusts attacks in the coming days, following which the government has intensified its efforts to tackle the menace. The Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare said on Sunday that a new dimension has been added by using helicopters in the locust control operations. Helicopters to spray chemicals...

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    Media during COVID times are facing new set of threats

    Amir Ullah Khan and Nahia Hussain The role of the media in present times has been under serious criticism. Indian media, particularly the electronic media, has been seen as very rabid and pro establishment, with very few exceptions. The print media also has been under threat. In fact it is widely acknowledged that while there is still some dissent that one gets to read in the English...

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    Kuwait approves expats quota bill, 8 lakh Indians asked to leave

    Kuwait City: Kuwait National Assembly's legal and legislative committee has approved draft law proposing quota for expatriates as constitutional, Kuwait Times daily reported. The bill will now be forwarded to the concerned committee for consideration. The bill states that the Indian expatriate community should not exceed 15 percent of the national population. With over 9 lakh...

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