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  • 20 Dead In Landslides In South Assam, Several Injured
    Around 20 people have died in landslides that took place in Assam today. The dead are largely from three different districts of Barak valley region in southern Assam.
  • "Step Above Junk": Rahul Gandhi Attacks PM Over Moody's Rating
    The government's handling of the economy is "a step above junk", Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted this morning, citing credit ratings agency Moody's statement on Monday.
  • Arvind Kejriwal Launches "Delhi Corona" App For Info On Hospital Beds
    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today launched a mobile application -"Delhi Corona" app-for information on availability of hospital beds in the national capital.
  • "Can't Do This Alone": Doctors At Mumbai's KEM Hospital After Nurses' Strike
    Three resident doctors at Mumbai's King Edward Mumbai Hospital have shared a video to highlight how they cared for 35 critically-ill COVID-19 patients during a nurses' strike at one of the city's largest civic-run medical institutions
  • These 5 States Are Leading India's Economic Recovery From Lockdown
    Five Indian states contributing nearly 27% of the country's gross domestic product are leading a recovery in the economy as it slowly emerges from the world's biggest lockdown, a study by Elara Securities Inc. shows.
  • "Made In India, Made For The World": PM's 10 Big Quotes On Economy
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 125th annual session of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Tuesday
  • "India Will Get Growth Back. Trust Me, Not So Difficult": PM To Industry
    India will certainly make an economic recovery soon and is already on the path to revival with "Unlock 1" to ease out of the coronavirus lockdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today, addressing a gathering of corporates and economists days after GDP data showed slowest growth in 11 years. "Yes, we will get the growth back," the Prime Minister assured industry leaders and added, "trust me, it is not all that difficult".
  • PM's First Major Address On Economy After Unlock1: Highlights
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the annual session of top industrial body - the Confederation of Indian Industry - this morning, his first major speech on aspects relating to the economy since the government announced a phased plan to re-open the country after two months of lockdown to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
  • Cyclone Nisarga Live Updates: It Is Likely To Make Landfall Near Mumbai On June 3
    Cyclone Nisarga Live Updates: India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday said that tropical cyclone Nisarga has headed for the Maharashtra coast, and is going to make landfall on June 3 close to Mumbai.
  • Mumbai On Alert As Nisarga, City's 1st Cyclone In Over A Century, Nears
    Tropical storm "Nisarga", which is headed towards the coasts in Maharashtra and Gujarat, is likely to intensify into a cyclone in the next 12 hours and is expected to make a landfall close to Mumbai tomorrow. This would be the first cyclonic storm to impact India's financial capital, which has logged over 41,000 coronavirus cases so far, since 1882.
  • 32 Lakh Migrants Back In Bihar, State May Stop Special Trains Soon
    With over 22 lakh migrant labourers already back in Bihar, the service of the special trains which ferried them back are likely to stop within a day or two. Only 23 trains reached Bihar on Monday, compared to the 140 trains that run every day on an average. The numbers are likely to reduce further over today and tomorrow.
  • Normal Monsoon, Prospect Of Bumper Crop May Lessen Virus Hit On Economy
    The forecast of a normal monsoon and its timely onset may cheer farmers and policy makers alike in India, with prospects of a bumper crop output seen lessening the severe impact of the coronavirus on the economy.
  • 1.98 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India So Far, 5,598 Deaths: 10 Points
    India has reported 8,171 novel coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, Health Ministry data showed Tuesday morning, taking the total number of cases in the country past 1.98 lakh. This is the fifth consecutive 24-hour period in which over 7,000 fresh infections have been reported and third consecutive time that more than 8,000 COVID-19 cases have been detected in a day. In addition, 204 deaths were reported in 24 hours, taking the total number of deaths to 5,598. India is now the worst-affected Asian country and the seventh most affected worldwide. National capital Delhi crossed the 20,000-mark on Monday night to remain third on the list of affected states; only Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu have more cases. The national lockdown meant to stop the virus' spread has been extended to June 30. Globally, the United States remains the worst-affected country with 12.5 lakh active cases and 1.05 lakh deaths. Brazil and Russia remain second and third on that list.
  • "India Fortunate To Have PM, But..." Sena Jabs BJP On 1-Year Of Government
    As NDA completed its first year in power, Shiv Sena on Monday attacked PM Narendra Modi and BJP over the issues of recent migrant crisis and demonetisation of 2016.
  • Clothes, Toys: Assam Hospital Offers COVID-19 Patients More Than Treatment
    A 26-year-old man, who had lost his job in Gurgaon near Delhi, was the first coronavirus patient last month at the Assam Medical College and Hospital (AMCH) at Dibrugarh, 450 km east of Guwahati. When he was admitted at the hospital, his family could not send him much help due to the discrimination they were facing at their village.

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