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30 Mar 2021National Investigation Agency (NIA)
Aurangabad man claims NIA-recovered number plate belongs to his vehicle
A resident of Aurangabad, Maharashtra has claimed one of the number plates recovered by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) from the Mithi river in Mumbai belonged to his van which was stolen last year.
30 Mar 2021Mumbai
Mumbai: COVID-19 hospital bed allotment through 'war rooms,' not hospitals
As Mumbai sees a surge in coronavirus infections, the city's civic body has decided to impose a slew of measures for effective management of the outbreak.
30 Mar 2021Uttar Pradesh
Man kills girlfriend after she decides to marry someone else
A 19-year-old woman was allegedly killed by a man after she decided to marry someone else at a village in Uttar Pradesh's Ballia, police said on Tuesday.
30 Mar 2021India
Manipur withdraws earlier order to turn away Myanmar refugees
The Manipur government has withdrawn an earlier order directing local authorities to turn away people from Myanmar trying to seek refuge in the state, NDTV reported.
30 Mar 2021Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Dr. Harsh Vardhan takes second dose of COVID-19 vaccine
Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan and his wife took the second COVID-19 vaccine shot at the Delhi Heart and Lung Institute on Tuesday.
30 Mar 2021Maharashtra
Nanded gurdwara violence: 14 arrested for attacking policemen
Police has arrested 14 people in connection with an attack on policemen by a mob of sword-wielding Sikhs in Nanded after they were denied permission to hold a public procession due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an official said on Tuesday.
30 Mar 2021India
Flight tickets to get costlier as DGCA hikes security fee
Indian aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has increased Air Security Fee (ASF), making flight tickets costlier, starting from April 1.
29 Mar 2021Maharashtra
Coronavirus: India's tally nears 12.1 million with 56K+ new cases
India on Monday reported more than 56,000 fresh coronavirus infections, pushing the nationwide tally to nearly 12.1 million cases.
29 Mar 2021Jammu And Kashmir
Mehbooba Mufti denied passport over 'national security' concerns
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today said that she was denied a passport and termed a "threat to the nation" on the basis of a report by the Jammu and Kashmir Police's Criminal Investigative Department (CID).
29 Mar 2021India
Sharad Pawar unwell, will undergo surgery on Wednesday: NCP
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has been diagnosed with a gall bladder disease and will be admitted to the hospital for surgery on Wednesday, his party said today.
29 Mar 2021Maharashtra
Coronavirus: India's tally reaches 12 million with 68K+ new cases
India on Sunday reported more than 68,000 fresh coronavirus infections, pushing the nationwide tally to 12 million cases.
28 Mar 2021Narendra Modi
#MannkiBaat: Modi suggests adopting farming alternatives to increase income
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed the 75th edition of his monthly radio show 'Mann ki Baat'.
28 Mar 2021Kanpur
UP: Fire breaks out at Kanpur hospital; all patients evacuated
A fire broke out at a government hospital in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, on Sunday.
28 Mar 2021Maharashtra
Night curfew in Maharashtra from today; check details here
The Maharashtra government has announced a night curfew starting Sunday (March 28) to control the spurt in coronavirus infections.
27 Mar 2021Maharashtra
Why India's second COVID-19 wave may be worst than first
India witnessed a surge of over 62,000 fresh coronavirus cases on Friday—the highest single-day spike since October 16—indicating it is in the midst of a second COVID-19 wave, which could last until May end.
In Gurugram, private firms to vaccinate employees on site
Starting from April 1, camps will be set up at large corporate firms in Gurugram to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to eligible employees - those aged above 45 years.
27 Mar 2021Tamil Nadu
Strange noise, tremor-like scenes trigger panic in Tamil Nadu districts
An eerie noise coupled with tremor-like scenes created a flutter in most parts of Mayiladuthurai, Tiruvarur, and Karaikal districts on Saturday.
27 Mar 2021Health & Wellness
President Kovind stable, referred to AIIMS for further investigation
The condition of President Ram Nath Kovind is stable and he is being referred to the AIIMS for further investigation, the Army's Research and Referral Hospital said on Saturday.
27 Mar 2021Punjab
Many people commute during silence hour in Punjab
Many people kept moving in their vehicles in Punjab from 11 am till noon on Saturday as they say they were unaware of the state government's decision to observe an hour's silence in memory of those who succumbed to COVID-19.
27 Mar 2021Madhya Pradesh
Kin of laborers run over by train await death certificates
Nearly 10 months after 16 migrant laborers —11 from Shahdol District and five from neighboring Umaria District of Madhya Pradesh, were crushed to death by a goods train in Maharashtra's Aurangabad district while they were returning to Madhya Pradesh during the coronavirus-triggered lockdown, their families in Shahdol are still waiting to get their death certificates.
27 Mar 2021Serum Institute of India
Serum CEO Poonawalla hopes to launch second vaccine by September
Serum Institute of India CEO Adar Poonawalla today said that his company hopes to launch its second coronavirus vaccine by September this year.
Andhra Pradesh: Drunk, abusive school teacher suspended after viral video
The Andhra Pradesh government has suspended a school teacher for allegedly drinking in class before his students whom he also allegedly used to abuse.
27 Mar 2021Egypt
Suez Canal blockage: India's 4-point plan to deal with situation
The Indian Government has come up with a four-pronged plan to deal with the situation arising from the massive traffic jam in the Suez Canal as the blockage is badly hitting the global trade.
Supplied more vaccines globally than vaccinated our people, says India
India has supplied more coronavirus vaccines around the world than it used to vaccinate its own citizens, the country told the United Nations General Assembly.
27 Mar 2021Mathura
Mathura woman contracts a South African strain of COVID-19
A Mathura village woman was on Friday found to have been infected earlier this month with a South African strain of COVID-19, while two district health workers have contracted the disease despite having been given both shots of anti-COVID-19 vaccine.
27 Mar 2021Uttar Pradesh
Chinmayanand acquitted of keeping woman law student in captivity
A special court for lawmakers on Friday acquitted former Union Minister and BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand of keeping a law student in his captivity at Shahjahanpur allegedly to rape her.
27 Mar 2021Supreme Court Of India
Coronavirus impact: Pending cases in courts increase manifold
The coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions that came with it have adversely affected the functioning of the judiciary, with the number of pending cases reaching an all-time high.
27 Mar 2021Pune
Pune: Massive fire at Fashion Street guts over 500 shops
In a tragic incident, a massive fire broke out at the Fashion Street market area of Maharashtra's Pune late on Friday night, burning down over 500 shops to ashes.
27 Mar 2021Maharashtra
Coronavirus: India's tally reaches 11.9 million with 62K+ new cases
India on Friday reported more than 62,000 fresh coronavirus infections, pushing the nationwide tally to 11.9 million cases.
26 Mar 2021Maharashtra
Night curfew in Maharashtra from Sunday amid COVID-19 spike
In light of the recent spike in coronavirus infections in Maharashtra, the state government on Friday announced a night curfew starting Sunday (March 28).
26 Mar 2021Madhya Pradesh
Munawar Faruqui case co-accused now works as a laborer
Nalin Yadav loved spreading smiles through his comedy shows but an incident earlier this year upended his life, so much so that he is now forced to work as a laborer to make ends meet.
26 Mar 2021CAPF
ITBP deploys retired combat canines as therapy dogs
In a novel initiative, border guarding force ITBP has decided to utilize the services of its retired combat canines as 'therapy dogs' to help in the early recuperation of personnel undergoing medical treatment and also for their specially-abled children.
26 Mar 2021Himachal Pradesh
HP: Educational institutions to remain closed till April 4
The Himachal Pradesh government ordered the closure of all educational institutions including colleges and schools till April 4 as a precautionary measure due to the spike in COVID-19 cases in the state.
26 Mar 2021India
Nikita Tomar murder case: Both convicts sentenced to life imprisonment
A fast-track court in Haryana's Faridabad awarded life imprisonment to two convicts - Touseef and Rehaan - in the sensational murder case of 21-year-old college student Nikita Tomar.
26 Mar 2021Rishikesh
16 employees of a Rishikesh hotel test positive for COVID-19
A leading hotel in Rishikesh has been closed for 48 hours as a precautionary measure after 16 of its employees tested positive for COVID-19 in a day, an official said on Friday.
26 Mar 2021Nagpur
Holi and Shab-e-Barat celebrations banned in Nagpur
The civic body in Maharashtra's Nagpur city on Friday issued a notification banning Holi celebrations and Shab-e-Barat processions in public and private places amid the rise in COVID-19 cases.
26 Mar 2021Supreme Court Of India
SC refuses to quash FIR against Sushant Singh Rajput's sister
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to quash an FIR against Priyanka Singh, the sister of deceased actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
26 Mar 2021Yogi Adityanath
Ramp up COVID-19 testing facilities in Uttar Pradesh: Adityanath
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed officials that coronavirus testing facilities should be set up at railway stations, bus depots, and airports in the state in view of a greater movement of people for the Holi festival.
26 Mar 2021India
President Ram Nath Kovind visits Army Hospital following chest discomfort
President Ram Nath Kovind today visited the Army Hospital (Research And Referral) in New Delhi for a check-up after he complained of chest discomfort this morning.
26 Mar 2021Chhattisgarh
Now shell out five-times more for going maskless in Chhattisgarh
The Chhattisgarh government increased the amount of penalty for maskless people from Rs. 100 to Rs. 500 for strict implementation of COVID-19 guidelines, an official said on Friday.