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    Coronavirus in Ujjain: CASES CROSS 10,000 MARK

    Ujjain: The district logged 188 new cases of corona on Tuesday. As per the medical bulletin issued late on the day, a total of 161 people tested positive for corona in the city. The district's tally thus breached 10,000 mark.The tally is 10,149 and the toll is 131. With two more deaths, the toll reached 131 in the district on Monday.

    • 33 min ago
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    Ujjain: Band, baaja, baraat banned after Monday mayhem

    Ujjain: Corona curfew has been imposed from 6 am on April 21 to 6 am on April 30 under the entire revenue limits of Ujjain district.Collector Asheesh Singh on Tuesday issued orders for imposition of corona curfew under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.Administration has banned all weddings in the district until further orders and all permissions issued for matrimonial...

    • 38 min ago
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    Ujjain: Daughters stage protest after woman dies at government hospital

    Ujjain: A woman employee of the commercial tax department was admitted to Government Madhav Nagar Hospital (GMNH) for treatment after testing corona-positive recently. After battling with corona for 6 days, she died on Monday night. However, the hospital administration was allegedly preparing to hand over the body to her kin-with a corona-negative report.

    • 56 min ago
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    FPJ Edit: After getting their own way on vaccines, states are now complaining

    The decision to free vaccine manufacturers to sell half their production in the open market was one of the demands of the states. The states had also pressed the Centre for being allowed to independently source the vaccines and administer them as per their own guidelines. Now that the Centre has granted them their wish, they are complaining.

    • 2 hrs ago
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    Perhaps, Isabel Allende's pandemic offering holds the key to what women want, writes Deepa Gahlot

    While the world hunkered down and prayed for relief from the pandemic, Isabel Allende wrote a slim book titled, The Soul of A Woman, which encapsulates her experiences and observations over seventy-eight years of life as an avowed feminist. Allende was born in Peru, raised in Chile and now lives in the US. Her childhood and youth spent in Latin...

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    The Modi government urgently needs to get a grip on the tsunami of Covid cases, writes Rishabh Bhandari

    Few should be surprised by the announcement calling off the Johnson-Modi summit. Amid an exponential increase of Covid-19 cases in India, it was entirely understandable that the photo opportunity to trumpet mutual interests was left for another day. Within hours of the cancelled trip came the predicable news that the UK had added India to its...

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    Madhya Pradesh: Health of 70 people checked at PHC in Kanwan

    Kanwan: Amid rising cases of Covid-19, a day-long health camp was organised at Kanwan Primary Health Centre (PHC) on Monday. Health of 70 patients was checked. Six-beds at Kanwan Primary Health Centre and 10 beds on the premises of adjacent hostel have been arranged. Industry Policy and Investment Minister, Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon and district vice president of BJP Prahlad Singh...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Dealing with migrant workers in Madhya Pradesh will be a bigger challenge during second wave

    BHOPAL: The bus accident on Gwalior highway on Tuesday morning that was heading to Tikamgarh has rung an alarm bells for the state government. The 52-seater bus was carrying migrant labourers double to its seating capacity. Reports suggest that there are several buses like this in which migrant workers are returning to their native places.

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Madhya Pradesh: Leopard sent to its natural habitat in Ratapani forest

    Bhopal: A male leopard that was brought to the Van Vihar from Ratona village in Sagar district on March 3 in a severely injured state was sent back to its natural habitat on Tuesday. The Van Vihar management said that the leopard was under treatment of Dr Atul Gupta who took care of the injured leopard and treated him in a manner that it was fully fit to be sent back to its...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Madhya Pradesh: Western Railway announces special trains via Ratlam to clear rush of passengers

    Ratlam: Western Railway has announced special trains between Bandra Terminus and Gorakhpur, Mumbai Central and Manduadih, Manduadih and Dadar and Ahmadabad and Danapur to clear extra rush. These trains will also halt at Ratlam railway station. These trains will be fully reserved, and passengers will have to follow Covid-19 protocol and standard...

    • 3 hrs ago

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