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Centre’s ‘free shot for all’ policy to give push to vax drive: Shah

Gujarat, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday said the country’s vaccination drive will get a boost by the Centre’s free jabs for all policy. Moreover, with the vaccination drive getting a boost, aim of inoculating the entire country will be achieved early. Mr Shah made these remarks after inaugurating three flyovers in Ahmedabad and …

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Argentina reports first confirmed case of ‘Black Fungus’: Reports

Buenos Aires, Argentina Health Ministry has confirmed country’s first case of mucormycosis, also known as the “black fungus”. “The Ministry of Health of the Nation informs that the first notification was received by the National Health Surveillance System ((SNVS-SISA) of a case of mucormycosis, known as “black fungus,” associated with a patient from [the province …

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No need for nuclear deterrent once Kashmir issue resolved: Imran

Islamabad, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated that there will be no need for nuclear deterrents once the Kashmir issue is resolved. The assertion from Pakistan’s premier came during an interview to HBO with journalist Jonathan Swan, Dawn reported. “The moment there is a settlement on Kashmir, the two neighbours would live as civilised …

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Monsoon delayed in remaining parts of the country due to unfavourable conditions

New Delhi: India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the further advancement of southwest monsoon into remaining parts of Rajasthan, West Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Punjab is likely to be delayed as conditions are unfavourable and the forecast wind pattern do not suggest sustained rainfall over the region for a few more days. According to …

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Dr. Madhvi Borse made students’ life easier with easy teaching techniques.

For the last 8 years, she has been educating students. In the contemporary era, children used to entertained themselves with movie’s songs but students under her are interested in learning and singing educational songs. She has presented education in the best form, where children can do their studies happily, without any stress. Their method of …

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NHPC conducts Covid vaccination camp at NHPC Corporate Office

  In line with call for fight against Covid-19 by Hon’ble Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and as per directions of Shri R.K. Singh, Minister of State (Independent Charge) (Power and New & Renewable Energy) & Minister of State (Skill Development and Entrepreneurship), GoI, a Vaccination camp was organized at NHPC Corporate Office, Faridabad on 15th …

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Over 425.77 Lakh Metric Tonnes of Wheat procured so far in ongoing Rabi season

Procurement of wheat in ongoing Rabi Marketing Season 2021-22 is continuing smoothly in the procuring states and till now over 425.77 Lakh Metric Tonnes of Wheat has been procured. This is an all time high, as it has exceeded the previous high of 389.92 LMT of RMS 2020-21. Procurement of wheat in Himachal Pradesh has …

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UP COVID Restrictions: Corona curfew in state to continue till May 31; markets, shopping malls to remain shut

UNI  New Delhi : The Uttar  Pradesh government  on Saturday extended  the COVID-19-induced  curfew imposed in the  state. The coronavirus  curfew, which is going to  end on May 24, has been  extended till 7 am on May  31. The UP government,  while announcing the  extension said, that  the decision has been  taken to stem the …

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