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Nipah virus outbreak: Health alert issued on Tamil Nadu-Kerala border

After the deaths due to the Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala, the Directorate of Public Health and Preventive Medicine of Tamil Nadu has issued an alert in the border areas.

According to media reports, Dr T. S. Selvanivayagam, Director of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Government of Tamil Nadu, in a statement, said: "In view of two Nipah virus cases reported from Kerala , we would screen passengers from Kerala at border check posts by the health team. A separate team has been deployed round the clock in six districts of Tamil Nadu that share borders with Kerala." Those six districts are Nilgiris, Coimbatore, Tiruppur, Theni, Tenkasi and Kanyakumari.

Elections in MP between Sanatan Dharma and Adharma: Rambhadracharya

Storyteller and religious leader Rambhadracharya has given a big statement regarding the upcoming assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. He has said that the assembly elections to be held in the state are not being contested by BJP or Congress but rather by Sanatan Dharma and Adharma.

During the ongoing Katha in Seoni, Rambhadracharya said that Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Kamal Nath are not contesting the elections here, BJP and Congress are not contesting the elections here, rather Sanatan Dharma and Adharma are contesting here.

On Sunak's reply in the British Parliament, Chidambaram said - I wish! Similarly, debate takes place in the Indian Parliament also.

Citing the debate between Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and opposition members in the British Parliament after returning from India after the G20 summit, Congress leader and former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram took a dig at the Modi government and said that he wished the Indian Parliament had Similar debates would take place.

Chidambaram wrote on the microblogging site X (Twitter)- "Please read the reports of the debate in the House of Commons when MPs questioned PM Rishi Sunak on his talks with PM Modi

Hard questions by the Opposition, prompt answers by the Prime Minister

It is not important who prevailed in the debate. What is important is that a debate took place in Parliament within hours of the PM's return to Britain

How I wish such a debate took place in India's Parliament

Such questions and answers were normal in Parliament when Jawaharlal Nehru was prime minister"

Delhi High Court directs release of stray dogs caught during G20 summit

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has informed the Delhi High Court that it has initiated the process of releasing stray dogs caught during the preparations for the G20 Summit. The court was hearing a PIL filed by an animal activist, raising concerns about the treatment of stray dogs during special events like Independence Day, Republic Day and the recent G20 summit.

Assam Governor approves creation of 79 sub-districts

There is news that the Assam government is considering an administrative change. Governor Gulab Chand Kataria has approved the creation of 79 sub-districts across the state in place of the existing sub-divisions. Media reports quoted a senior government official as saying that 'sub-districts have been established for administrative convenience and to increase coordination, productivity and efficiency at the local level.'

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