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Appropriation Bill to be introduced in Rajya Sabha on Monday

According to the information received, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will introduce the Appropriation (No. 4 and 5) Bill, 2022 on Monday for consideration in the Rajya Sabha and bring it back to the Lok Sabha, where it has already been passed

Kejriwal appeals to boycott Chinese goods

Addressing the National Council meeting after the MCD and Assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party’s National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal has called for a boycott of Chinese goods.

What is PM hiding on Chinese encroachment: Jairam Ramesh

The Congress has questioned the silence of the central government on the issue of Chinese encroachment. On Sunday, Grace General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said, there are reports that Chinese incursions are happening continuously in the eastern region. Previous governments had the confidence to take journalists and parliamentarians to the front in 1965, 1971 and Kargil in 1999. Even Doklam was discussed in the Parliamentary Standing Committee. What is the PM hiding from the people of India? Why is he running away from the discussion?

Delhi University: Students will be able to apply for vacant seats

Following the special spot round for vacant undergraduate seats in colleges affiliated with Delhi University, teachers’ unions have demanded that the university issue a circular to all its affiliated colleges. Through this circular, the details of the vacant seats in the colleges should be asked to be displayed on the website of the colleges. Teachers say that most of these vacant seats belong to SC, ST, OBC, PWD and EWS quota students.

2,000 cases of hepatitis C in a single village of UP

More than 2,000 people are reported to be suffering from Hepatitis C due to contamination in groundwater in a village in Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district.

IMD predicts heavy rain in Tamil Nadu

The India Meteorological Department has predicted rain in Tamil Nadu from Monday. Heavy rain has been predicted in the state’s Ramanathapuram, Nagapattinam, Cuddalore and Pudukottai districts.

Lalan Sheikh death: Bengal CID issues notice to CBI

According to media reports, the ongoing tussle between the CBI and the West Bengal Police over the mysterious death of Lalan Sheikh, the main accused in the Bogatui massacre, took a more serious turn on Sunday with the state CID sending a notice to the central agency.

Infectious diseases on the rise due to rising health inequities after the pandemic

Global health experts have called for improving healthcare capabilities to combat emerging threats, including combating infectious diseases such as malaria, measles and tuberculosis, raising concerns over rising health inequalities following the COVID-19 pandemic.

A new variant of tomato flu in many states, the threat to children

After Covid-19, Hand Foot and Mouth Disease, also known as Tomato Flu in the country has created a lot of fear in many states.

Ebola virus cases declining in Uganda, but the high risk remains

Earlier this month, Uganda announced that patients from an Ebola outbreak that emerged in mid-September had recovered, raising hopes that the spread of the virus has been slowed, but not stopped.

UP minister convicted, the court sentenced in two cases

According to media reports, a special MP/MLA court in Pilibhit has sentenced UP Minister of State for Sugarcane Sanjay Singh Gangwar to three months imprisonment in two cases. A case was registered against him a decade ago under the Representation of the People Act.

India moves to second spot in World Test Championship after winning over Bangladesh

India beat Bangladesh by 188 runs in Chittagong on Sunday to boost their chances of reaching the final of next year’s ICC World Test Championship.

Flights cancelled due to heavy snowfall in South Korea

Heavy snowfall in South Korea caused several road accidents and cancelled flights on Sunday.

Indian-origin Leo Varadkar becomes Prime Minister of Ireland

Indian-origin Leo Varadkar, leader of the Fine Gael party, has been elected as the new Prime Minister of Ireland after a vote in the lower house of the Parliament.

Pakistan minister threatens India with nuclear attack

Pakistan’s women minister Shazia Marri threatened India with a nuclear attack. Shazia said that we have not made atomic bombs to sit silently. Marri’s statement has come at a time when there is a strong protest in India against the statement of Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. In the press conference held in support of Bilawal, Shazia said that if there is any action from India, it will be answered.

Actress Riddhi Dogra will be seen in the second season of the web series Pitchers

Recently, the makers of the cult web series Pitchers announced the second season of the series along with Riddhi Dogra’s entry. Let us tell you, Riddhi is a well-known personality in the television industry who has created a special place among the audience.

PM addresses the meeting of the North Eastern Council in Shillong

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the meeting of the North Eastern Council (NEC) in Shillong today. The meeting marks the golden jubilee celebrations of the North Eastern Council, which was formally inaugurated in 1972.

PM lauds the contribution of the North Eastern Council in the development of the North Eastern Region and Said that its golden jubilee celebration is being organized along with the ongoing Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. The Prime Minister emphasized that he often refers to the 8 states of the region as Ashta Lakshmi.

The 7th edition of the India Water Impact Summit concludes

The 7th edition of the three-day India Water Impact Summit concluded on December 17, 2022, after fruitful deliberations on important aspects of water conservation and river rejuvenation. In this, special emphasis was laid on the revival of small rivers for the protection of large basins. On the third and final day of the conference, experts from the water, environment and governance sectors unanimously agreed on the urgent need to create a national river infrastructure in the country. The framework will set benchmarks for monitoring river cleanliness, process and accountability.

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