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Delhi Zoo Reopens In 2 Shifts With Online Ticket Facility After 105 Days

Delhi Zoo Reopens In 2 Shifts With Online Ticket Facility After 105 Days

Asian News International | Sunday August 01, 2021, New Delhi

The zoo was temporarily shut due to a rise in COVID-19 cases in the national capital during the second wave.

After BJP Leader's Remark On Shiv Sena Bhavan, Uddhav Thackeray's Warning

After BJP Leader's Remark On Shiv Sena Bhavan, Uddhav Thackeray's Warning

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021, Mumbai

In a veiled attack on the BJP, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray today said language of intimidation will not be tolerated and a befitting reply will be given to those speaking it.

Society's Duty To Give Accused Opportunity For Defence: Supreme Court Judge

Society's Duty To Give Accused Opportunity For Defence: Supreme Court Judge

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021, New Delhi

It is the duty of every member of an orderly society to offer every possible opportunity to an accused to defend himself, Supreme Court judge UU Lalit said today.

Borders Of Northeastern States To Be Demarcated Through Satellite Imaging

Borders Of Northeastern States To Be Demarcated Through Satellite Imaging

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021, New Delhi

The Centre has decided to demarcate boundaries of the Northeastern states through satellite imaging to settle inter-state border disputes that are often becoming a cause of concern and sometimes even leading to violence.

"Substandard, Hospitals Without Doctors": Madhya Pradesh Cancels Licences

"Substandard, Hospitals Without Doctors": Madhya Pradesh Cancels Licences

Written by Anurag Dwary , Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Sunday August 01, 2021, Bhopal

Weeks after an NDTV report exposed the mushrooming of substandard hospitals and nursing homes, along with malpractices by doctors, in Madhya Pradesh, the state government has initiated a clean-up. Some 60 licences have already been cancelled.

"Close Eye" On South Korea's Military Drill With US: Kim Jong Un's Sister

"Close Eye" On South Korea's Military Drill With US: Kim Jong Un's Sister

Reuters | Sunday August 01, 2021, Seoul

Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said on Sunday that if South Korea carries out a planned joint military exercise with the United States it will damage the resolve of the two Koreas to rebuild relations.

Thailand Extends COVID-19 Curbs Amid Surge, Expands Lockdown Areas

Thailand Extends COVID-19 Curbs Amid Surge, Expands Lockdown Areas

Reuters | Sunday August 01, 2021, Bangkok

Thailand on Sunday extended tighter containment measures in the capital and high-risk provinces probably until the end of August in a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19 as the country deals with its biggest outbreak to date.

"She Is India's Pride": PM Tweets On PV Sindhu's Olympics Win

"She Is India's Pride": PM Tweets On PV Sindhu's Olympics Win

Edited by Saikat Kumar Bose | Sunday August 01, 2021, New Delhi

Congratulatory messages poured in as P V Sindhu defeated China's He Bing Jiao to win the bronze medal in women's badminton singles at the Tokyo Olympics

"Police Should Move In Direction Of Just Action": Home Minister Amit Shah

"Police Should Move In Direction Of Just Action": Home Minister Amit Shah

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021, Lucknow

Police get defamed due to either "no action" or "extreme action", Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Sunday as he laid emphasis on "just action".

Court Backs CBI Probe In Survivor's Car Crash Linked To Unnao Rape Case

Court Backs CBI Probe In Survivor's Car Crash Linked To Unnao Rape Case

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021, New Delhi

A Delhi court has upheld the investigation conducted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) that had ruled out any foul play in the Unnao rape survivor's accident in 2019.

"Not B-Team Of BJP": Chief Of New J&K Party

"Not B-Team Of BJP": Chief Of New J&K Party

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021

The Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party, a new entrant to the political arena of the union territory, is not a "B-team" of the BJP or the "King's party" as described by political rivals like the National Conference and the PDP but an outfit which has no his

Centre Must Find Solution To Mizoram-Assam Border Dispute: Ashok Gehlot

Centre Must Find Solution To Mizoram-Assam Border Dispute: Ashok Gehlot

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021, Jaipur

The Union government must find an early solution to the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Sunday.

Mizoram To Remove Himanta Sarma's Name From Border Row FIR: 10 Points

Mizoram To Remove Himanta Sarma's Name From Border Row FIR: 10 Points

Reported by Ratnadip Choudhury, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Sunday August 01, 2021, Guwahati

The days-long border face-off between Assam and Mizoram may be tentatively moving towards de-escalation. The two sides have begun negotiations with Central intervention, but Assam has also said it will approach the Supreme Court to find a solution.

Cases Of Triple Talaq Dropped By 80% After Law Enacted In 2019: Union Minister

Cases Of Triple Talaq Dropped By 80% After Law Enacted In 2019: Union Minister

Asian News International | Sunday August 01, 2021, New Delhi

Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today said that the cases of instant triple talaq have dropped by 80 per cent since the Muslim Women (Protection Of Rights On Marriage) Act was enacted.

Tokyo Games: Paralympian Shooter Approaches Supreme Court Against High Court Order

Tokyo Games: Paralympian Shooter Approaches Supreme Court Against High Court Order

Press Trust of India | Sunday August 01, 2021, New Delhi

Five-time Paralympian shooter Naresh Kumar Sharma has moved the Supreme Court challenging an order of the Delhi High Court which had posted his plea relating to his non-selection for the upcoming Tokyo games for hearing on August 6