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Covishield Recognised In Italy, Vaccinated Indians Can Now Get Green Pass

Covishield Recognised In Italy, Vaccinated Indians Can Now Get Green Pass

Asian News International | Friday September 24, 2021, Rome

Italy recognised India's COVID-19 vaccine Covishield on Friday, said the Embassy of India in Italy. After the move, Indian vaccine cardholders are now eligible for 'Green Pass' in the European country.

In Case Over Medical Test NEET Quota, Supreme Court Relief For Centre

In Case Over Medical Test NEET Quota, Supreme Court Relief For Centre

Written by Sukirti Dwivedi | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

Observations made by the Kerala High Court about seeking the Supreme Court's approval before implementing the quota for Economically Weaker Sections or EWS in medical and dental courses were set aside by the Supreme Court on Friday, in a reprieve for

Antitrust Watchdog Fines United Breweries, Carlsberg For Price Fixing

Antitrust Watchdog Fines United Breweries, Carlsberg For Price Fixing

Reuters | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

India's antitrust watchdog today imposed a penalty of Rs 750 crore on beer giant United Breweries and Rs 120 crore on Carlsberg India in a case related to cartelisation of beer prices in the country.

"Space, 5G...": White House Official Hints At What Quad Leaders Will Announce Today

"Space, 5G...": White House Official Hints At What Quad Leaders Will Announce Today

Press Trust of India | Friday September 24, 2021, Washington

Quad leaders will announce a new working group on space, a supply chain initiative and a 5G deployment and diversification effort apart from discussing challenges in the Indo-Pacific, climate change and COVID-19 during their historic meeting today.

PM Modi To Hold Meeting Of Council Of Ministers Next Week

PM Modi To Hold Meeting Of Council Of Ministers Next Week

Reported by Akhilesh Sharma | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the Union Council of Ministers on Tuesday.

Probe Agency NIA Names Trinamool Member, 12 Others In Rajdhani Express Hostage Case

Probe Agency NIA Names Trinamool Member, 12 Others In Rajdhani Express Hostage Case

Press Trust of India | Friday September 24, 2021, Kolkata

The NIA has named Trinamool Congress member Chhatradhar Mahato and 12 others in its chargesheet in the 2009 Rajdhani Express hostage case, an official of the investigating agency said on Friday.

Lalu Yadav Slams BJP-RSS As Centre Refuses Caste Census Of Backward Classes

Lalu Yadav Slams BJP-RSS As Centre Refuses Caste Census Of Backward Classes

Press Trust of India | Friday September 24, 2021, Patna

Rashtriya Janata Dal president Lalu Prasad Yadav on Friday charged the BJP-RSS combine with "apathy" towards OBCs and EBCs, a day after the Centre told the Supreme Court that it would not be able to enumerate the social group as part of the census.

This Company Will Produce Pharma Firm Cadila's 3-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine 'ZyCov-D'

This Company Will Produce Pharma Firm Cadila's 3-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine 'ZyCov-D'

Reuters | Friday September 24, 2021, Bengaluru

Drugmaker Shilpa Medicare Limited said on Friday it had agreed to produce Cadila Healthcare Ltd's three-dose COVID-19 vaccine.

Watch: Minister Kiren Rijiju Breaks Into A Song "Just To Please" Young Officers

Watch: Minister Kiren Rijiju Breaks Into A Song "Just To Please" Young Officers

Edited by NDTV Newsdesk | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Thursday broke into a song at an event for a group of young bureaucrats.

Ahead Of The Biden-Modi Bilateral Meet, White House Official Lists Agenda

Ahead Of The Biden-Modi Bilateral Meet, White House Official Lists Agenda

Press Trust of India | Friday September 24, 2021, Washington

US President Joe Biden and PM Modi will hold their first bilateral meeting during which they are expected to discuss a wide range of priority issues, including combating COVID-19, climate change, economic cooperation, and Afghanistan.

On Camera, Dramatic Delhi Court Shootout That Left 3 Dead

On Camera, Dramatic Delhi Court Shootout That Left 3 Dead

Reported by Arvind Gunasekar, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

Men and terrified children scampered to safety as shots rang out, in a video from a court in Delhi where a shootout today left three gangsters dead.

"They Killed My Son": Assam Family Mourn Man Beaten To Death On Camera

"They Killed My Son": Assam Family Mourn Man Beaten To Death On Camera

Written by Monideepa Banerjie,Ratnadip Choudhury | Friday September 24, 2021, Dholpur

The man in a vest and lungi who was savagely attacked at Dholpur village in Assam on Thursday - shot, thrashed and stomped upon to death - has been identified at Moinul Haque, a 30-years-old father of two children and caretaker of two elderly parents

PM Modi's Gifts For Kamala Harris, 2 Quad Leaders

PM Modi's Gifts For Kamala Harris, 2 Quad Leaders

Reported by Akhilesh Sharma, Edited by Swati Bhasin | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi added a personal touch to a diplomatic gesture as he met US Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday and discussed a host of global issues, including the pandemic and Pakistan's role in terrorism.

Amit Shah's Meeting With Chief Ministers Of Maoist-Hit States On Sunday: Report

Amit Shah's Meeting With Chief Ministers Of Maoist-Hit States On Sunday: Report

Asian News International | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

Union Home Minister Amit Shah will chair a high-level meeting with the chief ministers of 10 Maoist-hit states in Delhi on Sunday to review the current status as well as to discuss future road map for security and development issues, said sources.

Delhi High Court Grants Bail To Event Organiser In Jantar Mantar Hate Speech Case

Delhi High Court Grants Bail To Event Organiser In Jantar Mantar Hate Speech Case

Press Trust of India | Friday September 24, 2021, New Delhi

Delhi High Court today granted bail to Preet Singh, an organiser of the Jantar Mantar event where communal slogans were allegedly raised last month, saying his custodial interrogation in the hate speech case is not required any longer.