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Maharashtra Logs 3,586 Covid Cases, 67 Deaths

Maharashtra Logs 3,586 Covid Cases, 67 Deaths

Press Trust of India | Saturday September 18, 2021, Mumbaia

Coronavirus Cases Today: Maharashtra saw 3,586 new coronavirus infections and 67 fatalities today.

Will Not Sell UAE Villa: Honey Singh Assures Delhi Court

Will Not Sell UAE Villa: Honey Singh Assures Delhi Court

Asian News International | Saturday September 18, 2021, New Delhi

Singer Honey Singh, after recording his statement at a Delhi Court on Friday, assured the court that he will not create any third party rights on his UAE Property. The court vacated the status quo order issued on September 15, 2021.

Mamata Banerjee, Not Rahul Gandhi: Trinamool On Face Of United Opposition

Mamata Banerjee, Not Rahul Gandhi: Trinamool On Face Of United Opposition

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, Kolkata

The bonhomie between the Congress and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Friday hit choppy waters after the TMC claimed that party chief Mamata Banerjee, and not Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, has emerged as the face of the Opposition against PM Modi.

Char Dham Yatra Set To Begin, Uttarakhand Issues Crowd Caps For Temples

Char Dham Yatra Set To Begin, Uttarakhand Issues Crowd Caps For Temples

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, Dehradun

The Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand will begin on Saturday after its prolonged suspension due to COVID-19.

Kerala Reports 23,260 Covid-19 Cases

Kerala Reports 23,260 Covid-19 Cases

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

Kerala Covid Cases Today: Active cases in the state stood at 1,88,926, of whom only 12.8 per cent were admitted to hospitals, she said.

Bihar Boys' Rs 900 Crore Surprise Not A First For This Rural Bank

Bihar Boys' Rs 900 Crore Surprise Not A First For This Rural Bank

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, Patna

Two children in a Bihar village recently became richer by nearly a thousand crore rupees, albeit momentarily, thanks to a technical glitch which was immediately rectified by the bank concerned.

"UP's Unemployment Rate Down From Over 17% In 2016 To 4-5%": Yogi Adityanath

"UP's Unemployment Rate Down From Over 17% In 2016 To 4-5%": Yogi Adityanath

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today claimed that the unemployment rate in the state was more than 17 per cent in 2016 which has now come down to four to five per cent.

Probe Agency NIA Has Arrested 168 In Islamic State Linked Cases, 27 Convicted

Probe Agency NIA Has Arrested 168 In Islamic State Linked Cases, 27 Convicted

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, New Delhi

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) said once a person shows interest he or she is then enticed to communicate with online handlers based abroad using encrypted social media platforms.

Give Me Strength To Work Even Harder For Nation: PM Modi On Birthday Wishes

Give Me Strength To Work Even Harder For Nation: PM Modi On Birthday Wishes

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that countless wishes to him on his birthday have left him humbled and overwhelmed beyond words, and have given him strength to work even harder for the nation.

Congress Wishes PM On Birthday, Adds Country Paying For His "Failures"

Congress Wishes PM On Birthday, Adds Country Paying For His "Failures"

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, New Delhi

The Congress today wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 71st birthday but said the country is paying the price for his "failures" on several fronts and so the day is being observed as "unemployment day", "anti-farmer day" and "high prices day".

No Steps Taken To Prosecute Delhi Riots Cases: Court Pulls Up Top Cop

No Steps Taken To Prosecute Delhi Riots Cases: Court Pulls Up Top Cop

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, New Delhi

A Delhi court on Friday came down heavily on the city police for its "lackadaisical approach" and said that no steps for the proper prosecution of 2020 riots cases have been taken by the Police Commissioner and other top officials.

UK Eases Rules For Vaccinated Travellers, Some Benefit For India-UK Route

UK Eases Rules For Vaccinated Travellers, Some Benefit For India-UK Route

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, London

The UK government on Friday announced a major relaxation of international travel rules for vaccinated people coming in and out of England, with long-haul routes between India and the UK set to benefit.

Cop, Labourer Shot Dead In J&K, Police Point To Terrorists' "Frustration"

Cop, Labourer Shot Dead In J&K, Police Point To Terrorists' "Frustration"

Written by Nazir Masoodi | Friday September 17, 2021, Srinagar

A constable of Jammu and Kashmir Police and a migrant labourer were shot dead by terrorists in separate incidents in Kulgam district today.

Senior Citizens National Helpline "Elderline-14567" Launched In J&K

Senior Citizens National Helpline "Elderline-14567" Launched In J&K

Press Trust of India | Friday September 17, 2021, Jammu

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Friday launchedsenior citizens national helpline "Elderline-14567" in Jammu and Kashmir and said it will serve as a vital support system to comfort distressed elderly through a dedicated decentralised call center.

"Fix Weekly Days For Aggressive Vaccine Drives": AIIMS Chief To NDTV

"Fix Weekly Days For Aggressive Vaccine Drives": AIIMS Chief To NDTV

NDTV News Desk | Friday September 17, 2021, New Delhi

India needs to build on the momentum of Friday's record-breaking vaccination and consider having weekly days to push the drive aggressively, Dr Randeep Guleria, chief of Delhi's All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) told NDTV.