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Bihar: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar corona infected

Corona is once again gaining momentum in Bihar. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister of the state Nitish Kumar has also been found corona infected. The Chief Minister was ailing for the last three to four days. Doctors have advised him to take a rest.

UP: 17 killed in lightning strike

According to media reports, at least 17 people died and 12 others were injured in separate incidents of lightning in Uttar Pradesh.

PM to visit Gujarat and Tamil Nadu on 28-29 July

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Gujarat and Tamil Nadu on July 28-29, during which he is scheduled to inaugurate several projects and participate in foundation stone-laying events.

CBSE Board: Students can get marks verification and photocopy of answer sheet

For such students across the country who are not satisfied with the CBSE 10th and 12th board results, the process of marks verification has started today, 26th July. Under this, the CBSE board is going to give marks verification, re-evaluation and photocopy of the answer sheet to the students. However, for this, students have to apply online. After this process, the students whose marks will be changed will have to return their mark sheet and get a new mark sheet.

Hundreds of Congress workers were detained from outside the Congress headquarters

The Delhi Police detained hundreds of party workers from outside the Congress headquarters at 24 Akbar Road in the national capital.

Police detained Rahul Gandhi sitting on dharna

Congress Interim President Sonia Gandhi was questioned by the ED for the second round in the National Herald case. On the other hand, Congress lodged its protest in Parliament due to a lack of discussion on inflation and unemployment. Rahul Gandhi also sat on a dharna at Vijay Chowk. But the police took him into custody.

Only truth will end this dictatorship: Rahul Gandhi

Soon after being detained by the Delhi Police, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi pointed to the BJP government at the Center and said that only truth will end this dictatorship.

19 opposition members were suspended for a week in Rajya Sabha

On Tuesday, 19 opposition members were suspended from the Rajya Sabha for a week for disrupting the proceedings of the House.

The 19 suspended members include seven from Trinamool Congress, six from DMK, three from Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), two from CPI(M) and one from CPI.

14,830 new cases of COVID-19 came in India, and 36 deaths recorded

On Tuesday, 14,830 new cases were registered in India in the last 24 hours with a slight decline in the cases of infection with COVID-19, compared to 16,866 cases registered a day earlier.

Vice President reviews the progress of various institutions being set up in Andhra Pradesh today

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu today reviewed the progress of various institutions being set up in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Secretary, Higher Education. Sanjaymurthy briefed him about the status of these institutions at the Vice-President’s residence in New Delhi.

The Union Minister for Education and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Dharmendra Pradhan met Shri Naidu yesterday and briefed him in this regard. Thereafter, the Higher Education Secretary went to the Vice-President’s residence and there he made a detailed presentation on the subject.

South Africa applies for the extradition of Gupta brothers from UAE

South African authorities have requested the Indian-origin Gupta brothers to be extradited before the competent authorities of the United Arab Emirates.

India nominates 5 new Ramsar sites

India has designated five (5) new wetland sites of international importance, including three wetland sites in Tamil Nadu (Karikili Bird Sanctuary, Pallikaranai Marsh Reserve Forest and Pichavaram Mangrove), one in Mizoram (Pala wetland) and one wetland site in Madhya Pradesh. (Sakhya Sagar). Thus, the total number of Ramsar sites in the country has increased from 49 to 54.

Neeraj Chopra ruled out of Commonwealth Games due to injury

The Indian contingent has suffered a major setback for the Commonwealth Games. Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra has been ruled out of the mega event due to injury. Recently he won a silver medal at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene (US).

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