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  • India

    Call for stronger nature conservation post-pandemic

    New Delhi: The novel Coronavirus has altered the lives of billions of humans in unprecedented ways, but what shone through is the resilience of nature. Air pollution levels down, animal communities freer to roam the planet, and clearer streams of water -- restricted human activity has achieved what only years of organised environmental effort could have corrected. Human activity has altered...

    • 3 hrs ago
  • India

    Pregnant Student Safoora Zargar Denied Bail By Delhi Court In UAPA Case

    A Delhi High Court denied bail to Jamia Milia University student Safoora Zargar on thursday. Safoora has been in custody since April 10 in a case under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act for alleged conspiracy behind Delhi riots. Safoora Zargar is 27 years old and is in her second trimester of pregnancy. The prosecution alleged that Safooras inflammatory speech on...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Business

    Charging interest serious issue: Supreme Court

    New Delhi: After the Reserve Bank of India said the waiver of interest charges on EMIs during moratorium will lead to loss of 1 per cent of the GDP, Supreme Court on Thursday asked the finance ministry to reply, whether the interest could be waived or it will continue during the moratorium period. A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, Sanjay Kishan Kaul and MR Shah said these are not normal times,...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • India

    RPF cop runs along moving train to give milk for infant

    New Delhi: A Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel showed the human face of the force, as he went beyond his duty to arrange milk for a four-month-old infant travelling in the Belgaum-Gorakhpur Shramik Special train, officials said on Thursday. A railway ministry official here said that on May 31 at 8.45 p.m. a Shramik Special train arrived on platform number one of Bhopal station. He...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • India

    India, Australia ink landmark defence pact to access each other's bases

    New Delhi: India and Australia on Thursday elevated their ties to a comprehensive strategic partnership and signed seven agreements, including a landmark deal for reciprocal access to military bases for logistics support during an online summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison. The Mutual Logistics Support Agreement (MLSA)...

    • 5 hrs ago
  • India

    Covid-positive not admitted in time, dies

    New Delhi: A woman has alleged that her Covid-19-positive father was not admitted in time by a Delhi government hospital and died on Thursday, a charge denied by authorities of the facility. The woman, Amarpreet, took to Twitter earlier in the day, saying, "My dad is having high fever. We need to shift him to hospital. I am standing outside LNJP Delhi & they are not taking him in. He is having...

    • 5 hrs ago
  • India

    Corona creeps into Uttar Pradesh's rural areas now

    Lucknow: While the spread of coronavirus has stabilised to a certain extent in the urban and A-class cities of Uttar Pradesh, barring districts bordering Delhi, the infection now seems to be spreading in the rural belt. The districts like Kannauj, Auraiyya, Farrukhabad, Unnao, Etawah, Sultanpur, Firozabad, Basti and Ayodhya are now reporting more corona cases. Health experts claim that this...

    • 5 hrs ago
  • India

    Stamped people's entry barred before end of quarantine in Karnataka

    Bengaluru: All shops, offices, malls, commercial establishments and others in Karnataka must not allow Covid-stamped people to enter their premises before the completion of the prescribed quarantine time, said a top official on Wednesday. "They should not allow those with quarantine stamp to enter before the end of their quarantine period or till they get current Covid...

    • 5 hrs ago
  • India

    This Kerala hospital has a sapling for each newborn

    Kasargode: A Kerala hospital near here has much to celebrate about this World Environment Day. Its policy of 'one baby-one sapling' has given life to thousands of trees besides giving babies the hope for a clean environment. The Matria Hospital for Women and Children has recorded the birth of 15,000 babies since August 2010 when it started operations. Along with each baby, the hospital has...

    • 6 hrs ago
  • AP

    Chandrababu Naidu owes an apology to Dalits: Minister Adimulapu Suresh

    Amaravati: N Chandrababu Naidu treated Dalits as vote bank only to boost his political mileage and he still owes an apology to the Dalit community for humiliating them with cheap comments, says Minister for Education, Adimulapu Suresh. Speaking to media persons on Thursday, Minister Suresh stated that the sole purpose of Chandrababu Naidu is to create hurdles in the path...

    • 6 hrs ago

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