This year it will take place in Athens between May 9 and 20. Delhi HC directs former SC judge to mediate in Oyo’s lease dispute Day after clashes mobile internet suspended in Patiala Punjab CM orders transfer of 3 police officials?
Ukraine fights to hold off Russian advances in south east
Mizoram reports 83 new Covid19 cases
Russian health minister warns about possible rise in Covid19 infections in June
Paddy sowing in Punjab
Farmers who go for direct sowing of paddy will be provided aid of Rs 1500 per acre. Farmers can go for direct sowing of paddy from 20th May.
China’s manufacturing activity fell to a sixmonth low in April as lockdowns continued in Shanghai and other manufacturing hubs in an attempt to stem COVID19 outbreaks according to a survey released Saturday.
The monthly purchasing managers’ index released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics fell to 47.4 in April down from 49.5 in March on a 100point scale. Numbers below 50 show activity contracting.
The domestic COVID19 outbreaks have impacted China’s factory activities and market demand said the bureau’s statistician Zhao Qinghe.
Malaysia reports 2579 new COVID19 infections 6 new deaths
Malaysia reported 2579 new COVID19 infections as of midnight Friday bringing the national total to 4445897 according to the health ministry.
MatoshreeHanuman Chalisa row
Mumbai Sessions Court starts hearing on bail applications of Navneet and Ravi Rana. Adv Rizwan Merchant & Abad Ponda are appearing for the Rana Couple & SPP Pradeep Gharat to argue for Khar Police Station.
ED attaches over Rs.5551 crore of Xiaomi Technology India Private Limited
Drugs price hikes in Sri Lanka by 40 to 60 percent
Procurement orders by MoD through Govt eMarket GeM portal have reached an alltime high of Rs 15047.98 cr for FY 202122.
Everyone’s aware of our view we never do any sort of interference in any religion: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on the issue of removal of loudspeakers from religious places
Russia says strategic stability dialogue with U.S. formally ‘frozen’ says TASS
Govt hasn’t reduced time gap for administering COVID ‘precaution dose’ from 9 to 6 months say sources
The Government of India has not reduced the time gap for administering ‘precaution dose’ of COVID19 vaccine from nine months to six months official sources said on Saturday.
An open letter to PM Modi
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Coal minister responds to Rahul Gandhi’s comment on coal shortage
Today we’re supplying 818 mn tonnes of coal. As demand increases coal power and railways ministeries working to expedite transportation of coal.
The Administration should not underestimate us on the basis of the number of people gathered here.