Today headlines in national media
WHO warns – Omicron risk ‘very high’, could destroy health systems
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the risk associated with Omicron variants remains ‘very high’, which could cause widespread disruption to health systems and other critical services.
No ‘amber’ alert in Delhi at present: DDMA
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) today decided not to impose restrictions under the ‘Amber’ alert and continue with guidelines under the ‘Yellow’ alert amid rising COVID-19 cases at the national level.
CAT wrote a letter to the LG of Delhi, saying: Instead of restrictions, the focus should be on COVID protocol
The business class is not satisfied with the imposition of restrictions in view of the increasing COVID and Omicron cases in Delhi. Regarding this, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has sent a letter to the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, saying that “it is impossible to stop the spread of the epidemic with restrictions. Therefore, instead of restrictions, it would have been better if the focus was on following the COVID safety protocol.” Would.”
Priyanka knows the problem of women, said, will give eight lakh jobs
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra today started Mahila Samvad by raising slogans at Sirsaganj in Firozabad. During this, she said that 20 lakh jobs will be given, out of which 8 lakh will be given to women.
Yogi said, ‘Congress used to implicate Hindu leaders in terrorist incidents
UP Chief Minister Yogi said that the Congress government used to conspire to implicate Hindu leaders, saints and RSS people in terrorist incidents. Congress is a party that nurtures terrorism. It should apologize to the country for its misdeeds. When they come to power, they work to protect the terrorists and when they are out of power, they work to support the people involved in anti-national activities.
Teacher arrested for marrying minor student in Tamil Nadu
A woman has been arrested under POCSO for allegedly marrying her 17-year-old student in the Perambalur district of Tamil Nadu.
The central government, which gave the slogan ‘Desh Nahi bikne denge’, is selling PSUs at a loss: Congress
The Congress has accused the Modi government of the Center that the Modi government, which has given the slogan ‘Desh Nahi Bikane Denge’, is selling the PSU (public sector undertaking) companies running for the benefit of the country at a loss.
National Minorities Commission strict on Dharma Sansad, Chairman said, ‘Minorities also contribute in security and development’
Taking cognizance of the hate speech against minorities in the name of Dharma Sansad in Haridwar, the National Commission for Minorities has sought a report from the state government.
Commission chairman Iqbal Singh Lalpura said that this country belongs to everyone, no person is from outside. We have to create an environment of equality for all. When it comes to the security and development of the country, minorities have also contributed to this.
Election Commission holds meeting with senior officials of UP
Officials of the Election Commission of India (ECI), led by Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra, held a meeting with senior officials in Lucknow on Wednesday to take stock of the preparations for the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.
Delhi’s resident doctors to continue protest till FIR is withdrawn
Resident doctors continued their sit-in on Wednesday in support of their demands, including withdrawal of the FIR lodged against them.
After the end of the farmers’ agitation, 18 trains were restored, Railways cancelled 250 trains, changed the route of 5
Indian Railways has completely cancelled 228 trains on Wednesday. While 29 trains have been partially cancelled, five of these trains have been diverted. On the other hand, North Western Railway has resumed the trains suspended due to the farmers’ agitation. According to Captain Shashi Kiran, Chief Public Relations Officer, North Western Railway, all the trains which were cancelled due to the farmers’ agitation, are being restored after the agitation is over. There are more than 18 such trains.
20 international passengers corona positive at Bengaluru airport
At least 20 foreign travellers have tested positive for COVID-19 at Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport (KIA).
Huge jump in COVID cases in the Australian state, testing facilities affected
In Australia’s most populous state, New South Wales (NSW), a surge in COVID-19 cases during the busiest holiday season at the end of the year has led to a breakdown in testing facilities.
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