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    Civil Surgeons to ensure COVID-19 Surveillance in Schools: Balbir Sidhu

    Chandigarh, August 5: Keeping in view of re-opening of schools after the second wave of SARS-CoV-2, the Health Minister Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu on Thursday directed all the Civil Surgeons to ensure COVID-19 Surveillance in Schools as per SOPs recommended by the committee of experts. The Health Minister said that to prevent any major outbreak of COVID-19 among children in...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    'Aloo ka parathas', Olympic logo await 'Men in Blue' in Punjab

    After the glorious victory of the 'Men in Blue' in Tokyo Olympics, Indian hockey captain Manpreet Singh's mother is eagerly awaiting her son's arrival to celebrate his Chak De India moment with 'aloo ka parathas'.For Hardik Singh, who scored his second goal to reduce Germany's lead to 3-2, his car will bear an Olympic symbol. "My son is very...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Supreme Court takes up Pegasus matter: "Allegations serious if media reports are true"

    The Supreme Court on Thursday began its hearing on a batch of petitions that have sought a court-monitored investigation into the Pegasus snooping matter. After hearing initial arguments in the case, the Supreme Court asked all petitioners to serve their petition copy to the Central government. The court then posted the matter for further hearing on Tuesday...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    13-year-old girl vomits blood and dies in Chennai, family alleges she had cold drink from local shop

    A 13-year-old girl died allegedly after drinking cold drinks from the local grocery shop in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. This incident took place in the Besant Nagar area of Chennai on Tuesday evening. The demised girl is identified as Tharani. She had gone to a local grocery shop to buy cold drinks and soon after she consumed them she started vomiting...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    Naveen Patnaik lauded as India's men hockey team won bronze, here's why

    On Thursday, the India men's hockey team defeated Germany 5-4 in a bronze medal match, ending 41-year-old wait for an Olympics medal. The last time, Indian hockey team bagged the (Gold) medal was in Moscow Olympics in 1980. India played an excellent game against the Germans and made a thrilling comeback to script history. Many people appreciated the team India team but...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    Korea-imported Abbott's PanBio Covid-19 self test kit launched, Check details

    As people in India were looking for a Covid-19 self-testing landscape, Abbott, a US-based pharmacy and diagnostic launched Panbio for Rs 325 per test. This is the second option that is available in India, after CoviSelf which was launched by Pune-based Mylab Discovery Solutions. The price of the first test kit was Rs 250 for one test.Abbott imports this self-testing kit...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    2300 cases filed under UAPA in JandK since 2019, nearly half remain in custody to date

    From 2019 until the present, Jammu and Kashmir administration has lodged cases against over 2300 people of which 1200 cases are filed under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). Over 954 people are booked under the Public Safety Act (PSA).Approximately, 46 per cent of those arrested under UAPA and 30 per cent of those arrested under PSA are still in...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Pegasus Scandal: Supreme Court pulls up lawyer, says no notice for Modi, Shah

    The Supreme Court on Thursday pulled up advocate M.L. Sharma for making Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah as respondents in his petition seeking a court monitored SIT probe into the Pegasus snooping issue.A bench comprising Chief Justice N.V. Ramana and Justice Surya Kant said: "You have included certain individuals (Prime Minister and Home...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Three tourists from Mumbai drowned in Ganga at Rishikesh, search ops underway

    On Wednesday, three tourists, including two women swept away in Ganga at Rishikesh, said police officials. Muni-ki-Reti police station's Senior Police Official (SHO) Kamal Mohan Bhandari said that all of them were there to take bathe in Holy River. Mr Bhandari said that the first one of the killed people washed away because of the strong current and the other two...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Prashant Kishor resigns as principal advisor to Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

    In a major development to speculations of Prashant Kishor joining Congress, the poll strategist has resigned as principal adviser to Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh. Prashant Kishor penned a letter to Capt and said that he wishes to take a "temporary break from active role in public life."Prashant Kishor, in the letter to CM also said that he...

    • 19 hrs ago

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