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First Omicron case registered in Nagpur, Maharashtra, the number rises to 18 in the state

Media reports said that a 40-year-old man, (who had recently travelled to West Africa) in Nagpur, Maharashtra, has been found infected with Omicron, taking the number of infected in the state to 18.

PM will inaugurate the Kashi Vishwanath project, three thousand saints will be involved

About three thousand saints will attend the inauguration of the Kashi Vishwanath Dham (KVD) corridor in Varanasi on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the renovated complex.

Alleged land grabbing on Deputy Chief Minister, Allahabad High Court issued a notice

According to media reports, the Allahabad High Court has issued notice to the Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Keshav Prasad Maurya in the case of illegal occupation of the house. The next hearing in the matter will be held on January 10. This order was given by a division bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Gupta and Justice Om Prakash Tripathi on the petition of Vishnu Murthy Tripathi.

China will contribute more to the development of world human rights work

At a symposium jointly organized by the Chinese Human Rights Research Institute and the Chinese Renmin University on December 11, experts said that China has made remarkable human rights development achievements so that China will certainly make a greater contribution to the development of world human rights work.

People should take pride in conversing in their mother tongue: Vice President

Addressing the Foundation Day celebrations of Telugu University, the Vice President, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu today called for active and concerted efforts to increase the number of translations of literary texts in various Indian languages. In this regard, he suggested taking advantage of technological advancement in translation to make the rich heritage of regional Indian literature accessible in the mother tongues of the people.

A National Helpline against Atrocities on SCs/STs to be Launched Tomorrow

The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment is scheduled to launch a National Helpline Against Atrocities (NHAA) on 13th Dec 2021 with an aim to ensure proper implementation of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities){PoA} Act, 1989 which was enacted with a view to, inter-alia, preventing atrocities on members of Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs).

The NHAA will be available round the clock on toll-free number 14566 across the country. It can be accessed by making a voice call /VOIP either from a mobile or landline number of any Telecom Operator across the country. This service will be available in Hindi, English and the regional language of the State/UTs. Its Mobile application will also be available.

The objective of the helpline is to build informed awareness about the provisions of the Law that are aimed at ending discrimination and providing protection to all. The system will ensure that every complaint is registered as an FIR, relief is provided, all registered complaints are investigated and all charge sheets filed are prosecuted in the Courts for decision – all within the given timelines in the Act.

Storm wreaks havoc in 6 states of America, more than 80 people died

At least 30 tornadoes occurred on the night of December 10 in 6 US states, killing more than 80 people.

International media reports said that a candle production factory in Kentucky State was heavily damaged by the storm, with about 110 workers present at the time of the incident. In which 79 people died. One person died and five were seriously injured at a nursing home in Arkansas State. Three people were killed in Tennessee State, while one person died in Missouri State due to the storm.

One in three children in Greece at risk of poverty: UNICEF

One in three children in Greece, or about 568,000 children, are at risk of poverty or social exclusion. This information has come out from a new report by UNICEF.

Mazepin out of Abu Dhabi GP after being infected with COVID-19

Formula One’s Haas team driver Nikita Mazepin was ruled out of the Abu Dhabi GP, the last race of the season, after being hit by Corona on Sunday.

Chip shortage will continue in 2022 around the world: Samsung claims

Amid global chip shortages, South Korean tech giant Samsung believes the chip shortage will continue till 2022.

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