Assembly elections: 61.06 in UP, 59.51 in Uttarakhand, 77.94 per cent voting in Goa
A total of 61.06 per cent voting was recorded in the second phase of assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh today. Apart from this, 59.51 per cent voter turnout has been recorded in Uttarakhand and 77.94 per cent in Goa, where the assembly elections have been held in single-phase.
According to the Election Commission data, North Goa recorded 79.45 per cent voter turnout while South Goa recorded 76.92 per cent voter turnout.
In Uttar Pradesh, where polling was held in 55 seats in nine districts, the highest turnout was recorded in Saharanpur at 67.52 per cent and the lowest in Shahjahanpur at 55.20 per cent.
Hijab controversy: Under the guise of maintaining public order, fundamental rights cannot be restricted
According to media reports, the counsel for the girl students, who sought permission to wear the hijab, told the Karnataka High Court today that the government cannot restrict fundamental rights under the guise of maintaining public order.
Charanjit Singh Channi’s helicopter did not get permission to fly due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally
Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi’s helicopter was denied permission to take off from Chandigarh on Monday. According to media reports, this happened because a ‘no-fly zone’ was imposed in the area due to the movement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Punjab.
Congress’s allegation: collusion between bank loan fraudsters and Modi government
Congress has alleged that there is a collusion between the perpetrators of all the economic scams that have happened in the country in the last more than seven years and the Narendra Modi government at the Center.
Congress spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh said in a press conference today that the emperor had promised the country a $5 trillion economy but in the last seven and a half years the country has been gifted with a $5.35 trillion bank loan fraud.
High Court issues notice to Delhi government on a petition for admission to poor children
The Delhi High Court today issued notice to the Delhi Government on a petition seeking to ensure that more than 44,000 thousand children from poor and deprived sections are enrolled in schools.
Digital learning should not lead to digital divide: Naidu
Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that digital learning should not lead to a digital divide. He said it is important to ensure that there is no digital divide.
Addressing a gathering after inaugurating the Sports Center at the National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training and Research (NITTTR) in Chennai, Naidu expressed concern about the pandemic’s impact on education, saying that school closures left girls, deprived Children from backgrounds, those living in rural areas, children with disabilities and children from ethnic minorities are more affected than their peers.
Punjab to set up a cluster of food parks: Rahul Gandhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has announced that if his party comes to power again in Punjab, it will set up a cluster of food parks and farmers will be paid for their produce directly.
Trinamool Congress registered a big victory in four municipal corporations of Bengal
Trinamool Congress (TMC) continues its winning streak in West Bengal. The party has now won four municipal corporations in the state – Siliguri, Asansol, Bidhannagar and Chandannagar with a thumping majority.
Increase in global cases of the corona, more than 41.15 crore cases
Worldwide coronavirus cases have increased to 41.15 million. So far, more than 58.1 lakh people have died due to this epidemic, while more than 10.19 billion have been vaccinated. These figures have been shared by Johns Hopkins University.
Sri Lanka fined 20 per cent of match fee for bowling slow overs
The International Cricket Council (ICC) fined Sri Lanka 20 per cent of the match fee for maintaining a slow over-rate against Australia in the second T20 International in Sydney. In the second T20I, the match went into a Super Over, where Josh Hazlewood eventually led Australia to victory.