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New CBI chief’s new rules for employees: No more jeans, T-shirts or beards

CBI officers, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told that it is a balanced order and said every officer, staffer always needed to wear formals.

Google shows Kannada as ugliest language, removes it after outrage, issues apology

Leaders across the party lines slamming Google, the tech giant quickly fixed it and apologised to the people saying the search result did not reflect its opinion.

Maharashtra to lift movement restrictions in 18 districts from June 4

India's financial capital Mumbai -- which got the situation fast under control during the second wave of the virus - is on Level 2. The local train service, the key mode of transportation, will remain shut for now.

3 AAP MLAs in Punjab jump ship, join Congress

The Congress was already abuzz with rumours of the three suspended AAP leaders joining the party while Khaira had been denying the reports.

Serum Institute may manufacture Russian Covid vaccine Sputnik V in India

Russia's Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V is first foreign vaccine to be approved in India after the approval of Serum's Covishield and Bharat Biotech's Covaxin. With this, the SII will manufacture 2 of 3 Covid vaccines approved by India.

Amid rumours of leadership change in Uttar Pradesh, BJP Central leadership praise Yogi Adityanath’s handling of Covid second wave

The Allahabad High Court while hearing a PIL over the condition of quarantine centres in Uttar Pradesh said that the entire medical system in villages and small cities of UP is at God’s mercy.

ICMR chief suggests 3-point plan for unlocking, low positivity rate, vaccination, Covid-appropriate behaviour

While briefing the Covid situation in India, the ICMR chief Dr Balram Bhargava on Wednesday said lockdowns imposed by state governments to break the chain of transmission have to be lifted very gradually, very slowly to avoid Covid third wave.

Bihar’s cycle girl Jyoti Kumari’s father dies of cardiac arrest

The story had inspired thousands woman youths and also highlighted the ravaging impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on migrant workers across India.

Karnataka added students, workers going abroad to Covid vaccination priority list

Covishield vaccine will be administered in this vaccination drive and the gap between the two shots will be six weeks. The National Health Mission has also said workers of milk co-operative societies and cable operators to this list of those who will be vaccinated.

Maharashtra alerts state officials for Covid third wave as Covid hits 8,000 children in one district

Sources told that the state government does not want to take any chances as state officials expected third wave could hit at the end of July or early August, giving authorities about two months to prepare.

Centre looks to study mixing different Covid doses

The idea is to study aspects like breakthrough infections following vaccinations and the severity of infections post-immunisation. Another aim of the review is to understand whether a single dose is effective.

Pasteur Institute’s study claims Pfizer vaccine less effective, still protects against Indian variant

The study sampled 28 healthcare workers in the city of Orleans. Sixteen of them had received two doses of the Pfizer vaccine, while 12 had received one dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.

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Asaduddin Owaisi slams Centre over misreporting Covid casualties in India, says official numbers nowhere close to real damage

Stating that the government's data on Covid deaths is not validated, the AIMIM MP alleged that every study on Covid casualties points to unrecorded deaths.

Ghaziabad: Man kills parents after they deny him share in property

The accused is identified as Ravi Dhaka who lives in Ghaziabad’s Balram Nagar. Police said Ravi has squeezed the neck of his parents, Surendra Dhaka (70) and Santosh (63), which caused to death at their home on Sunday.