Modi and Putin discuss bilateral ties, the situation in Afghanistan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin met on the sidelines of the 21st annual India-Russia summit in New Delhi on Monday and discussed the emerging security challenges facing the region.
Congress to send 4-member delegation to Nagaland in firing case
After 14 civilians and a soldier were killed in a gunfight in Nagaland’s Mon district near the Indo-Myanmar border, the Congress decided to send a 4-member delegation to Nagaland.
All party meeting will be called on the caste-based census in Bihar: Nitish
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday clearly said that the caste-based census will be conducted in Bihar, and it will be done in a better way. He even said that all preparations are being made for this. The Chief Minister also said that an all-party meeting would be convened soon to know the views of all the parties.
Health services affected in Agra junior doctors on symbolic strike
Junior doctors of SN Medical College have been on a symbolic strike since November 27, affecting health care services in Agra. The striking doctors are demanding an early start of NEET post-graduate counselling for 2021.
Dengue havoc in Delhi, 15 people lost their lives so far
There has been a decline in dengue cases in the capital of Delhi, but now the death toll due to the disease has started increasing. According to the report released on Monday, 699 cases of dengue were registered this week, but a total of 15 deaths have also been registered this year, which is the highest in the last 6 years.
Leaving Islam, Wasim Rizvi adopted Hinduism
Wasim Rizvi, who was always in the headlines for his statements, left Islam and converted to Hinduism in Ghaziabad today. Yeti Narasimhanand Giri Maharaj has included him in Sanatan Dharma through complete religious rituals. At the same time, after the conversion of religion, Wasim Rizvi has now become a Tyagi.
Jordan sentences 5 people to prison for failing to supply oxygen
Jordan’s Amman Court of First Instance has sentenced five people to three years in prison for lack of oxygen at a government hospital that resulted in the death of 10 Covid-19 patients.
Omicron will add more uncertainties to the global economy
Statistics suggest that a new variant of the coronavirus, Omicron, may infect more adolescents and infants. Some vaccine manufacturers have stated that the effectiveness of existing vaccines against Omicron is weak. No wonder some countries, including Japan and Israel, have closed their borders again.
Galaxy A03 Core with 6.5-inch Infinity-V display and 5000 mAh battery launched
Samsung on Monday launched its new budget smartphone ‘Galaxy A03 Core’ with a 6.5-inch Infinity-V display, powerful octa-core processor and a massive 5000mAh battery.
There will be no fifth Ashes Test in Perth, Cricket Australia will soon choose the second place
The fifth Test of the Ashes will not be played on the Perth ground due to strict quarantine rules and the new Covid variant. Cricket Australia (CA) has given information about this on Monday. It has been said that an alternate venue will be announced soon.
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