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“Covid Not Over”: Himachal Chief Minister Urges Tourists To Follow Norms

“Tourists are thronging popular destinations in Himachal Pradesh as the heatwave has hit the plains and the second wave of COVID-19 is seeing a significant decline in the country”, reports NDTV.

Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine does not contain graphene oxide, according to fact-checkers and medical experts
The vaccine developer’s COVID-19 jab does not contain the toxic compound graphene oxide, according to The Associated Press, Lead Stories and PolitiFact.

PM Modi congratulates Rajnath Singh on his birthday

Violence mars UP panchayat polls, clashes break out in 17 districts.

Amid widespread violence that broke out on voting day for the block panchayat chief polls being held across Uttar Pradesh on Saturday, 10 July, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) reportedly won over 600 seats out of 825.

BSP chief Mayawati has accused BJP of misusing government machinery for the block pramukh elections, which have been marked by violence in several districts. She said such violence and anarchy reminds one of the Samajwadi Party rule, where the then party in power adopted similar antics to stay in power.

PM Modi’s new cabinet has 42% ministers with criminal cases, 90% crorepatis: ADR report.

Afghan Taliban says it sees China as a ‘friend’, promises not to host Uyghur militants from Xinjiang.

UP population draft bill: Those with over two kids can’t contest local polls, apply for govt. jobs

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