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On Boosters, Covid Panel Chief Says Israel, Europe Models Not For India

On Boosters, Covid Panel Chief Says Israel, Europe Models Not For India

Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday November 30, 2021, New Delhi

The doctor heading India's vaccine rollout today defended the decision to delay a roll out of booster doses in the country. ''What is true for Israel, for Europe or North America may not be truly applicable here,'' said Dr. NK Arora.

3 Arrested With 193 Stolen Mobile Phones In Mathura: Police

3 Arrested With 193 Stolen Mobile Phones In Mathura: Police

Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 30, 2021, Mathura

The police arrested three people and recovered 193 stolen mobile phones worth over Rs 19 lakh from them in Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh.

Vaccines For At-Risk Children Next Month: Covid Panel Chief To NDTV

Vaccines For At-Risk Children Next Month: Covid Panel Chief To NDTV

Reported by Vishnu Som, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday November 30, 2021, New Delhi

Vaccination for children with comorbities will begin in December and that will be followed by the vaccine rollout for healthy children, somewhere in the first quarter of next year, Dr NK Arora, chairman of the country's Covid Task Force, told NDTV.

Goa Calls Top-Level Meet To Discuss Situation

Goa Calls Top-Level Meet To Discuss Situation

Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 30, 2021, Panaji

The Goa government will hold a top-level meeting on Tuesday to take stock of the COVID-19 situation in light of a new variant being found in the southern part of Africa recently, officials said.

Rajasthan Police Arrests Man For Holding 3 Captive For Ransom In Punjab

Rajasthan Police Arrests Man For Holding 3 Captive For Ransom In Punjab

Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 30, 2021, Kota

The man was arrested for allegedly holding three people captive in Punjab's Ropar and demanding a ransom of Rs 20 lakh each, a senior officer said on Monday.

Kolkata Man Climbs Tree For Electricity Theft, Burned To Death: Police

Kolkata Man Climbs Tree For Electricity Theft, Burned To Death: Police

Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 30, 2021, Kolkata

The locals spotted the man burning atop a tree and called police.

"Proud": Trinamool's Two Rajya Sabha Members Unfazed Over Suspension

"Proud": Trinamool's Two Rajya Sabha Members Unfazed Over Suspension

Asian News International | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Following their suspension from Rajya Sabha for the remaining part of the winter session, Trinamool Congress MPs Dola Sen and Shanta Chhetri said they are proud that they raised their voices in support of the farmers

Family Of Delhi Sanitation Worker, Who Died Of Covid, Gets Rs 1 Crore Help

Family Of Delhi Sanitation Worker, Who Died Of Covid, Gets Rs 1 Crore Help

Press Trust of India | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Arvind Kejriwal on Monday handed over a cheque of Rs 1 crore to the husband of a municipal sanitation worker who died of COVID-19.

"Yogya Sarkar, Not Yogi Sarkar": Akhilesh Yadav's Barb At BJP

"Yogya Sarkar, Not Yogi Sarkar": Akhilesh Yadav's Barb At BJP

Asian News International | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav today slammed the BJP-led Uttar Pradesh government, stating that the state needs "yogya sarkar not Yogi sarkar".

'Omicron' Patients In Delhi To Be Isolated, Treated At Lok Nayak Hospital

'Omicron' Patients In Delhi To Be Isolated, Treated At Lok Nayak Hospital

Press Trust of India | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Earlier in the day, authorities in the national capital ordered RT-PCR testing for all people arriving from ''high-risk'' countries, genome sequencing of the positive cases, and mandatory isolation.

190 Armed Forces Personnel Died Of Covid: Centre

190 Armed Forces Personnel Died Of Covid: Centre

Press Trust of India | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Minister of State for Defence Ajay Bhatt informed Rajya Sabha that a total of 190 personnel died of COVID-19 in the armed forces, with a maximum of 137 deaths being reported in the Army.

PM Not Sympathiser Of Farmers, But Seeker Of Votes: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

PM Not Sympathiser Of Farmers, But Seeker Of Votes: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

Press Trust of India | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the repeal of the farm laws without a debate in Parliament on issues such as the demand for MSP and the Lakhimpur Kheri incident

India-Singapore Flights Commence Under The Vaccinated Travel Lane

India-Singapore Flights Commence Under The Vaccinated Travel Lane

Press Trust of India | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Flight services between India and Singapore under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) commenced on Monday even as Singapore deferred similar travel arrangements with some countries amid the 'Omicron' scare.

JNU Activist Sharjeel Imam's Speech Did Not Incite Violence: High Court

JNU Activist Sharjeel Imam's Speech Did Not Incite Violence: High Court

Press Trust of India | Monday November 29, 2021, Allahabad

Sharjeel Imam's speech at the Aligarh Muslim University neither gave the call for anyone to bear arms nor incited any violence as a result of it, the Allahabad High Court has said granting him bail in a sedition case.

Centre Must Reply To Our Demands By Tomorrow, Say Punjab Farmer Leaders

Centre Must Reply To Our Demands By Tomorrow, Say Punjab Farmer Leaders

Press Trust of India | Monday November 29, 2021, New Delhi

Terming the repeal of the farm laws in Parliament a victory of the protesters, farmer leaders from Punjab urged the Centre to decide on their other demands, including legal guarantee of minimum support price for crops, in the session on Tuesday.