Rajasthan GOVT Political Crisis LATEST UpdatesCongress Rajasthan legislators are scheduled to meet at 10 am on Tuesday, party leader and spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said.
Dharamshala, Jul 11 (UNI) New powerful diesel engine of ZDM 3 category will soon run between Pathankot and Joginder Nagar railway stations in Kangra Valley to make travel easier and comfortable.Dharamshala, Jul 11 (UNI) Himachal Pradesh Industries Minister Bikram Singh Thakur today said that the celebrations of the birth anniversary of Pahari Gandhi Baba Kanshi Ram was not possible this time due to the Corona epidemic, but Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur through his official Facebook has remembered him on his birthday. Describing the entire life of Pahari Gandhi Baba Kanshi Ram as life dedicated to the nation, Industries Minister Bikram Singh Thakur told UNI that Baba Kanshi Ram started a public awakening campaign for the attainment of freedom through songs and his poems and even today he is remembered as 'Veer Purush'.
The complaint was filed by BJP state committee member Sandeep Vachaspati.According to the complaint, Swapna fabricated the document with the knowledge of M Sivasankar. Swapna was part of the racket by misleading with the use of fake documents that showed she was an official of the government.
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In a statement, the deputy Delhi Chief Minister said that the degree will be awarded to the students based on the evaluation parameters decided by the respective universities. "Delhi government has decided to cancel all Delhi state university exams including final exams in view of COVID 19. The degree will be awarded based on evaluation parameters decided by the universities," news agency ANI quoted Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia as saying.
A 74 yr old US national, Johnny Paul Pierce, wants to stay longer in India as he thinks country has handled the covid crisis better than the Unites States. Pierce, who staying in Kerala''s Kochi from past 5 months, has filed a petition in Kerala High Court to convert his tourist visa into business visa. The conversion of his visa will allow him extend his stay for another 180 days in Kerala."There''s chaos in US due to coronavirus pandemic and govt is not taking care like Indian govt. I want to stay here," Pierce told ANI.
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The Delhi government ''s decision to choose Republic TV, which is notorious for spreading hateful agenda against India ''s minority community, has come just days after French automobile company Renaut reportedly cancelled its association with Goswami ''s company.
The court said that when pregnant women go for deliveries they cannot wait five to six days for carrying out the tests and declaration of the results. ;Immediately requests should be accepted and immediately results should be given,; the bench said.The Delhi government told the court that as per the advisory issued by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the tests results would be declared within an hour. The advisory was however silent on the timeline regarding processing of requests for testing, the Delhi government said, adding that it has issued a notification which states all applications for tests would be processed within 48 hours.The bench asked the Delhi government to place the advisory and notification before it and listed the matter for hearing on Thursday, July 9. The court also asked it whether negative outcome of a rapid test was acceptable or whether an RT PCR test result also be required before admitting a pregnant woman.The Delhi government counsel sought time to take instructions on the query raised by the bench. The court was hearing a PIL by a lawyer who has sought that test results of pregnant women be given priority.The high court on June 22 had remarked that 5 7 days cannot be taken for getting COVID 19 results for pregnant women prior to admitting them in hospitals for child birth and asked the ICMR and Delhi government to look at expediting it.Thereafter, Delhi government filed an affidavit stating that prior COVID 19 test was not mandatory for admitting pregnant women in hospitals for in patient interventions, including surgery and deliveries, and in emergent situations, treatment would not be denied for want of test results.The test can be conducted simultaneously with the treatment and if the result comes out to be positive, the pregnant woman would ideally be transferred to a dedicated COVID 19 hospital for further management, the Delhi government had told the high court.It had also said that it has "expanded " the use of Rapid Antigen Testing at hospitals to ensure availability of test results in quick time and this will further take care of difficulties being faced by people patients, including pregnant women.ICMR, in its response filed through central government standing counsel Vivek Goyal, had said it has issued guidelines for management of pregnant women during the COVID 19 pandemic and there are no restrictions for testing pregnant women for COVID l9 symptoms.
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However, on June 18, the government showed 3,21,302 tests, and a test per million number of 16,910. Divide the first by the second and Delhi s population miraculously falls to 19 million. This number is then seen for every day since June 18.What this does is to boost the number of tests being done per million population. If Delhi s correct population of 20.2 million is used for every day after June 18, the tests per million fall from 16,910 on June 18 to 15,906, and from 20,247 on June 22 to 19,044.A similar anomaly exists in data on hospitalisations. On June 12, the government showed that 5,361 people were hospitalised. In the next five days, 3,015 people were admitted to hospital and 2,037 were discharged, as per the Delhi medical bulletin. Logically then, there should have been a total of 6,339 who were in hospital. The Delhi medical bulletin, however, tells us that 5,448 people were hospitalised.How it is beneficial to show a lower number of people who are hospitalised is not clear, but it does help to show that there is a less of a bed shortage in hospitals. After June 18, the Delhi government stopped putting out data on daily hospitalisations and discharges.
The last time the Modi government made compromises with China, at Doklam in 2017, the satellite warriors were small in number and their impact was marginalised by the projection of Doklam as a victory. The fact that the #8216;victory; was short lived and restricted to stopping China from building a road with a particular alignment, did not get traction because the story hid the truth despite all the efforts of a few satellite warriors. The truth of China s perfidy in Doklam is available through satellite photographs and is yet to reach the popular imagination. The Balakot strike in 2019 witnessed satellite warriors from India, Pakistan and other countries in an information battle space, which involved providing proof of strikes as a success or failure.Also read: PM Modi s silence on LAC stand off is benefiting China. India must change its script
Delhi Government in its revised guidelines for home isolation of very mild pre symptomatic asymptomatic Covid 19 cases has asked authorities to ensure that every Covid 19 patient who is home isolated has a pulse oxymeter."The records pertaining to the indent and distribution of pulse oxymeter is to be maintained by each and every district," said the govt order.
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Taking to social media, Javadekar remarked, "The whole country has appreciated the decision of the @narendramodi govt to ban 59 Chinese Apps. This will give fillip to Indian Startups amp;amp; they will come up with better versions very soon. This is a right step towards #AtmaNirbharBharat". The Modi government on Monday banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, WeChat and UC Browser and Xiaomi'''s Mi Community over national security concerns amid strained India China relations after the death of 20 Indian soldiers in the Galwan Valley clash with Chinese PLA troops in eastern Ladakh.