India to reopen Taj Mahal with social distancing from tomorrow, masks

NEW DELHI : Guests to the Taj Mahal should put on masks always, hold their distance and never contact its glistening marble surfaces when India’s 17th-century monument to like reopens on Monday after a three-month COVID-19 shutdown. Solely 5,000 vacationers will probably be allowed in a day, cut up into two teams, a far cry …

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NDA faces threat in Bihar with JD(U), LJP in disagreement over multiple issues

The Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA) authorities of Bihar is dealing with challenges forward of the upcoming meeting elections in that state, as alliance companions Janata Dal (United), or JD(U), and Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Celebration (LJP) differ on a number of essential points. Among the many points which have led to variations …

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Karnataka govt develops software to manage shortage of hospital beds

BENGALURU: As Bengaluru faces a pointy surge in covid-19 instances, the Karnataka authorities is hoping {that a} software program developed in-house will ease town’s hospital mattress allotment challenges. The Central Mattress Allotment system software program, developed by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP, town’s civic physique), might be linked to the 108 and 1912 emergency …

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Unorganized workers need specific policy to protect their interests, says Mahtab

In an interview given to Mint, the senior chief of Biju Janata Dal (BJD) additional stated the Inter-State Migrant Workmen Act, 1979, has turn into redundant because it doesn’t shield the pursuits of migrant staff in any method. Based on Mahtab, the nation appears to have woken as much as the miseries of staff after …

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India races to have coronavirus vaccine by 15th August

Bharat Biotech Worldwide Ltd., an unlisted Indian vaccine maker, acquired regulatory approval to start out human scientific trials for its experimental shot earlier this week and it already has India’s apex medical analysis physique expediting the method. The under-development vaccine is “envisaged” to be rolled out “for public well being use by Aug. 15 after …

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Comments on medical facility in Leh ‘malicious’, says Army | India News

NEW DELHI: The Military has rejected as “malicious and unsubstantiated” the allegations by “some quarters” on social media and elsewhere about PM Narendra Modi’s go to to the navy hospital at Leh being stage-managed on Friday. The PM, accompanied by Chief of Defence Workers Common Bipin Rawat and Military chief Common M M Naravane, had …

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Intense to very intense rainfall very likely in Mumbai during next 3 hours

MUMBAI : Heavy rains continued to lash Mumbai, Thane and different components of Konkan Maharashtra for the third consecutive day on Sunday and induced water-logging in some low-lying areas of the metropolis. The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has forecast intermittent rains within the metropolis and suburbs “with risk of heavy falls” at remoted locations within …

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Thousands leave Bengaluru fearing fresh lockdown | India News

BENGALURU: Confronted with a surge in Covid-19 circumstances and fearing one other lockdown, thousands of Bengalureans have been headed again to their hometowns, lining up bumper to bumper on the town’s exit roads on Saturday. Amid murmurs of one other lockdown after the SSLC examination, a number of staff from different elements of Karnataka headed …

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Kejriwal says number of Covid patients in Delhi hospitals have decreased

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal took to Twitter to announce a optimistic new side within the ongoing Covid-19 disaster within the nationwide capital. The chief minister claimed that just about 10,000 hospital beds, constructed for coronavirus sufferers are actually free. Kejriwal claimed that the quantity of people that require hospitalization has fallen and extra persons are …

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Honour Gurus Who Make Life Meaningful

PM Modi as we speak prolonged his greetings to the nation on the event of Guru Purnima. New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi prolonged greetings on “Guru Purnima” as we speak, saying it’s the day to honour the “gurus” who make our lives significant. “Many needs on Guru Purnima. In the present day is a …

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