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16,678 new cases of COVID came in India in the last 24 hours, with 26 deaths

According to the information received, 16,678 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in India on Monday, which is less than the previous day’s 18,257 cases. Also, 26 people died due to COVID within 24 hours, taking the death toll across the country to 5,25,454.

PM Modi unveils the huge Ashoka Pillar on the roof of the new Parliament House

A huge Ashoka Pillar has been installed on the roof of the new Parliament House. On Monday, the picture of this national emblem made on the roof of the Parliament House also came to the fore.

Centre-bound to honour the promise made to Portugal during Abu Salem extradition: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has dealt a big blow to Abu Salem, the culprit and gangster of the 1993 Mumbai blasts. The top court said that the Center is bound to honour the promise made to Portugal and release gangster Abu Salem on completion of 25 years of his sentence.

Medha Patkar and 12 others were booked for ‘misusing’ money donated to Narmada Valley

Madhya Pradesh Police has registered a case against social activist Medha Patkar and 12 others for allegedly misleading people to donate to her trust in the name of the welfare of the people of Narmada Valley.

Supreme Court sentenced Vijay Mallya to 4 months imprisonment in the contempt case, fined Rs 2000

The Supreme Court on Monday sentenced fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya to four months in jail and fined him Rs 2,000 for contempt.

Sugarcane farmer trying to surround Karnataka Chief Minister’s residence in police custody

Sugarcane farmers who tried to cordon off Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s residence in Bengaluru were taken into custody on Monday.

Maharashtra crisis: Supreme Court restrains both factions from taking action in disqualification case

The Supreme Court today asked the new Speaker of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, Rahul Narvekar, not to decide on the disqualification proceedings initiated against Shiv Sena MLAs, including Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, in the Supreme Court hearing on the disqualification case of Maharashtra MLAs. , until the court hears the case.

Dwarka Expressway to be developed as the first elevated urban expressway in India to be operational in 2023

Road Transport and Highways Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari has said that the Dwarka Expressway, which is called the Northern Peripheral Road in the Haryana part, is being developed as the first elevated urban expressway in India. He said that once commissioned in the year 2023, it will go a long way in reducing air pollution in Delhi-NCR as well.

Mohammad Zubair reaches sessions court for bail

AltNews co-founder, Mohammad Zubair, moved the Sessions Court seeking bail in a Delhi FIR lodged on a 2018 tweet for hurting religious sentiments. On July 2, the CMM Court refused to grant him bail.

Godavari river crosses the second dangerous level mark in Telangana

The Godavari river in Telangana crossed the second danger level mark on Monday, raising fears of flooding in Bhadrachalam.

JEE (Mains) first session result declared, that 14 students scored 100% marks

The National Testing Agency on Monday declared the result for the first session of JEE (Mains). A total of 14 students secured 100% marks in the first session. According to the National Testing Agency (NTA), the ranks of the candidates will be prepared after both the sessions of JEE (Mains) – 2022 exam.

World population to reach 8 billion on November 15: United Nations

On the occasion of World Population Day, the United Nations said today that the world population is projected to reach 8 billion on November 15 and India is projected to overtake China as the most populous country in 2023.

Protesters are seen on PM’s bed taking a dip in Sri Lankan President’s swimming pool

Protesters who occupied the President’s official residence amid Sri Lanka’s dire economic crisis and political turmoil were seen taking a dip in its swimming pool, while others occupied Temple Trees, the PM’s official residence. According to viral videos and pictures, the protesters were seen fighting WWE on the Prime Minister’s bed.

Changwon World Cup: Arjun Babuta wins gold in 10m air rifle

India’s Arjun Babuta put up his best performance to clinch his maiden ISSF World Cup gold by defeating Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Lukas Kozeniski of USA 17-9 on Monday.

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