Instead of controlling COVID, Kejriwal is misleading the public by making announcements: Congress
The Delhi Congress attacked the Aam Aadmi Party government of the state on the increasing corona cases and other problems in Delhi and accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of misleading the public.
According to media reports, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Anil Kumar said that instead of getting control over the increasing pace of COVID Omicron infection, the Chief Minister is misleading the people thereby making populist announcements in his election tourism.
Drone attack in UAE: Two Indians feared killed, Houthi group takes responsibility
Yemen’s Houthi rebel group has claimed responsibility for a drone attack in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which is believed to have killed three people, including two Indians.
AAP candidate resigns in Punjab, says party ‘like a private company’
According to media reports, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Ashu Bangar has resigned from the Firozpur (Rural) assembly seat of Punjab, saying that it is being run by the leaders of Delhi like a private company.
Buransh flower prevented the formation of COVID-19 virus – Research of IIT Mandi
Buransh flowers found in Himalayan regions like Uttarakhand, Himachal and Kashmir can prove to be helpful in the prevention of corona. This new research has been done by IIT Mandi and International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology.
Mild earthquake in Assam, Manipur, no casualty reported
Two moderate-intensity earthquakes struck parts of the north-eastern states of Assam and Manipur on Monday. According to media reports, the National Centre for Seismology (NCS) gave this information.
Vaccination will not be forcibly done: Centre tells Supreme Court about COVID vaccine for disabled persons
According to media reports, the Central Government has told the Supreme Court that it has not issued any Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for persons with disabilities to carry the COVID-19 vaccination certificate for any purpose.
Election Commission allows essential services, media persons to cast vote through postal ballot
According to media reports, the Election Commission of India issued a notification allowing essential services and media persons to vote through the postal ballot in the upcoming assembly elections in five states.
Assembly elections in Punjab now on February 20
Assembly elections in Punjab will no longer be held on February 14. The Election Commission has changed its date to February 20. According to media reports, many political parties had requested the Election Commission to change the election date.
‘Parsi community cannot amend guidelines for disposal of dead bodies of COVID patients’
According to media reports, the Central Government has told the Supreme Court that to address the grievances of the Parsi community, it is not possible to change the guidelines issued for the disposal of bodies of COVID positive persons.
JPSC has released the schedule of the main examination, examinations will be held from January 28 to 30
Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has released the main examination schedule for the seventh to tenth combined civil services examination. The exam will be held from January 28 to 30 next. The candidates who appeared in it can download the admit card from the official website of JPSC from January 18.
IITs and other higher education institutions will be involved in electronic chip manufacturing
Many higher educational institutions of the country are being involved in indigenous electronic chip manufacturing in India. The program invites applications from 100 educational institutions, R&D organizations, start-ups and MSMEs across the country.
Parliament’s joint panel sought opinion on Biodiversity Bill
The Joint Committee of Parliamentarians has sought suggestions from people on the Biological Diversity (Amendment) Bill, 2021, which was introduced in the Lok Sabha last month.
New South Wales warns of more deaths among corona cases
In Australia, the number of deaths due to community transmission is likely to be high amid the increase in corona cases. This warning was given by the officials of the New South Wales (NSW) state of Australia.
California cancels tsunami advisory for the Bay Area
A tsunami advisory triggered on Saturday by a volcanic eruption near Tonga in California has been cancelled for California, US, including the San Francisco Bay Area. This information was given by the National Weather Service.
Corona’s global cases increase, more than 32.57 crore cases
Coronavirus cases have increased to more than 32.57 million worldwide. So far more than 55.3 lakh people have died due to this epidemic, while more than 9.62 billion have been vaccinated. These figures have been shared by Johns Hopkins University.
Maintaining vision will be very important: Bumrah on World Cup 2023
According to media reports, Indian fast bowler Jaspreet Bumrah feels that maintaining the vision for the 2023 Cricket World Cup will be very important. Only a few months are left for the mega event to be held in India.
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