China begins developing vaccine as coronavirus toll reaches 56
China has started developing a vaccine against the rapidly-spreading deadly novel coronavirus strain that has claimed 56 lives and infected nearly 2,000 people in the country.
‘Coronavirus may have origins in China’s biological warfarelab in Wuhan’
Lethal animal virus epidemic coronavirus, which has sent panic waves across the world, may have its origins at the epicentre of the epidemic, Wuhan, in a laboratory which has been linked to China’s covert biological weapons programme.
On R-Day, Cong sends copy of Constitution to PM Modi
In a symbolic protest over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), the Congress sent a copy of the Constitution to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of Republic Day, on Sunday.
R-Day celebrated in minus 10 degrees in Himachal town.
Facing extreme freezing temperatures, people in Himachal Pradesh’s remote Kaza town in the Spiti Valley celebrated India’s 71st Republic Day.
US-Taliban peace talks stuck over definition of violence
The negotiations for an Afghanistan peace deal between the US and the Taliban are ensnarled over their disagreement on the definition of “reduction in violence”.
ULFA faction claims responsibility for 4 Assam blasts Four low-intensity blasts, two of them triggered by Improvised Explosive Devices (IED), took place in Assam on Sunday morning as the nation was celebrating its 71st Republic Day, officials said. There were no casualties or injuries.
Hindu, Muslim students tie rakhis at anti-CAA march
A large number of students belonging to both Hindu and Muslim communities took out a protest march against the new citizenship law on Republic Day on Sunday at Kolkata and tied the rakhi on one another in an attempt to strengthen bonding between the two communities.
Threat to kill actor Prakash Raj, Brinda Karat, Kumaraswamy
Acccording to media reports, Well-known multi-lingual actor and activist Prakash Raj, Communist leader Brinda Karat and former Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy have been threatened with death for opposing communal forces of the ‘Sangh Parivar.’
Congress rakes up CAA on Republic Day
Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala called for protests on all decisions perceived as “unconstitutional”, in a veiled reference to the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act.
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