125 new cases of COVID in Delhi
On Wednesday, 125 new cases of COVID -19 were reported in the capital, which is the highest in the last six months. According to the health department, 134 COVID cases were registered in the city on June 22. The capital has seen a steady increase in cases since the outbreak of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
India facing the third covid wave, infection will peak in February: Study
According to media reports, a study said that amid increasing cases of Omicron, the third wave of COVID-19 has started in India from mid-December and it may reach its peak in February next year.
Delhi on alert amid Omicron threat, will not celebrate Christmas and New Year
People will no longer be able to celebrate Christmas and New Year in the country’s capital due to the threat of Omicron. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has issued an order and has decided that all cultural events, gatherings should be banned, while the officials of the district administration and Delhi Police have also been directed to follow the order.
The government took cognizance of Priyanka Gandhi’s allegations – ordered an inquiry
Taking suo motu cognizance of the allegations of Congress National General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi hacking her children’s Instagram accounts, the government has ordered an inquiry.
Minor intensity earthquake felt in Karnataka
Two minor-intensity earthquake tremors were felt in Bengaluru’s neighbouring district of Chikkaballapur on Wednesday morning.
No new corona restrictions will be imposed in Britain before Christmas
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that he will not impose any more corona restrictions in Britain before Christmas. Also warned that the situation should be very balanced before the new year.
For the first time in history, Railways in a loss of 26 thousand 338 crores
Despite the claims of profits by the Central Government, Indian Railways is struggling with losses. It has been said in media reports that according to the report of the Auditor General (CAG), the Railways suffered a loss of Rs 26,338 crore in the last year. It is believed that for the first time in history, the Railways has suffered such a loss.
‘Archer’ will be out of the game till next season due to second elbow surgery
England fast bowler Jofra Archer has been kept out of the game till next season. This has been done because the 26-year-old Barbadian-born cricketer recently underwent a second surgery for his fractured right elbow.
Cabinet approves Minimum Support Price (MSP) of copra for 2022 season
MSP assures a minimum of 50 per cent as margin of profit
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given its approval to the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of copra for the 2022 season.
The MSP for Milling Copra of Fair Average Quality (FAQ) has been increased from Rs 10,335 per quintal in 2021 to Rs 10,590 per quintal for the 2022 season and the MSP for Ball Copra has been increased from Rs 10,600 per quintal from 2021 to 2022 season. 11,000 per quintal for Rs.
Winter session of Parliament, 2021 adjourned indefinitely
The Winter Session of Parliament, 2021, which began on Monday, 29 November 2021 and was scheduled to be adjourned on Thursday, 23 December 2021, was adjourned sine die on Wednesday 22 December 2021. The session came to an end a day ahead of schedule on the conclusion of essential official business. In this session, 18 sittings were held over a period of 24 days.
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