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Indore Sets Record By Administering Highest Number Of Covid Vaccinations

Indore Sets Record By Administering Highest Number Of Covid Vaccinations

Asian News International | Tuesday June 22, 2021, Indore (Madhya Pradesh)

Over two lakh people received COVID-19 vaccine shot in Madhya Pradesh's Indore on Monday, setting a record for the highest number of vaccinations in a single day for any district in the country.

"Covid A Good Excuse": Supreme Court Raps Tamil Nadu Election Commission

"Covid A Good Excuse": Supreme Court Raps Tamil Nadu Election Commission

Reported by A Vaidyanathan | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

Tamil Nadu State Election Commission was today pulled up by the Supreme Court over delay in conducting local polls in nine new districts.

The Boys Season 3 Episode 1 to Feature ‘Craziest Thing We’ve Ever Done’, Eric Kripke Claims

The Boys Season 3 Episode 1 to Feature ‘Craziest Thing We’ve Ever Done’, Eric Kripke Claims

Akhil Arora | Tuesday June 22, 2021

The Boys season 3 episode 1 will feature “the craziest thing we’ve ever done”, creator and showrunner Eric Kripke has said. Kripke also said The Boys season 3 will explore “how politics are turning us on each other” via new character Soldier Boy (Jensen Ackles).

From Feeding Migrants To Cremations, 10 Techies From Hyderabad Ease Covid Suffering

From Feeding Migrants To Cremations, 10 Techies From Hyderabad Ease Covid Suffering

Reported by Uma Sudhir | Tuesday June 22, 2021, Hyderabad

10 techies from Hyderabad are helping COVID-19 patients by providing them with COVID care kits, which includes medicines, masks, PPE kits and other such items

India Pesticides IPO To Open Tomorrow. Here Are Key Things To Know

India Pesticides IPO To Open Tomorrow. Here Are Key Things To Know

Edited by Peter Noronha | Tuesday June 22, 2021

India Pesticides IPO will comprise a fresh issue of Rs 100 crore and an offer-for-sale of Rs 281.4 crore by the promoter Anand Swarup Agarwal and Rs 418.6 crore by shareholders

What Happens When A Top Chef Works Out At The Gym? Padma Lakshmi Would Know

What Happens When A Top Chef Works Out At The Gym? Padma Lakshmi Would Know

Written by Pranita Chaubey | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

There was also a mention of Padma Lakshmi's popular pantsuit look in the comments

Punjab Chief Minister Announces Recruitment Drive In State Police

Punjab Chief Minister Announces Recruitment Drive In State Police

Edited by Maitree Baral | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has announced recruitment of a total of 4362 constables in district and armed cadre of state police department.

Retail Participation In Stock Markets Rising: SBI Report

Retail Participation In Stock Markets Rising: SBI Report

Edited by Animesh Singh | Tuesday June 22, 2021

According to a State Bank of India report, increasing retail participation could enable a larger pool for funding India's infrastructure needs.

Flash Sales Proposed to Be Banned on E-Commerce Websites as Government Plans to Tighten Rules

Flash Sales Proposed to Be Banned on E-Commerce Websites as Government Plans to Tighten Rules

Reuters | Tuesday June 22, 2021

India proposed banning flash sales on e-commerce websites and said their affiliate entities should not be listed as sellers on their platforms, in a proposed tightening of rules that could hit Amazon and Walmart's Flipkart.

"PM's Tears Didn't Save Lives But Oxygen Could Have": Rahul Gandhi's Dig

"PM's Tears Didn't Save Lives But Oxygen Could Have": Rahul Gandhi's Dig

Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

Coronavirus: Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he released a white paper to help the government prep for a third wave of Covid infections - which experts say will likely be inevitable as the virus mutates.

WTC Final Day 5, India vs New Zealand, Southampton Weather: Play Expected With Minor Rain Interruptions

WTC Final Day 5, India vs New Zealand, Southampton Weather: Play Expected With Minor Rain Interruptions

Santosh Rao | Tuesday June 22, 2021

WTC Final: While there could be minor interruptions, rain is largely expected to stay away on Day 5, allowing for play to take place.

Rapid Vaccination Key To Opening Economy, Getting Back To Normal: Centre

Rapid Vaccination Key To Opening Economy, Getting Back To Normal: Centre

Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

Rapid vaccination is key to lifting Covid restrictions, re-opening the economy and returning to normal, the government said Tuesday, a day after a renewed push to vaccinate eligible beneficiaries resulted in a record 86.16 lakh people getting shots.

WTC Final: ICC Should Come Up With Formula To Pick Winner In Case Of Draw, Says Sunil Gavaskar

WTC Final: ICC Should Come Up With Formula To Pick Winner In Case Of Draw, Says Sunil Gavaskar

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 22, 2021

Former Indian skipper Sunil Gavaskar said that the ICC should final a way to decide the winner of the rain-hit WTC final if the match ends in a draw.

Maruti Suzuki Gains A Day After Undertaking Price Hikes

Maruti Suzuki Gains A Day After Undertaking Price Hikes

Edited by Abhishek Vasudev | Tuesday June 22, 2021

Maruti Suzuki hiked car prices for fourth time this year, the company had undertaken first price hike of the year in January.

Second Supreme Court Judge Drops Out Of Bengal-Related Case

Second Supreme Court Judge Drops Out Of Bengal-Related Case

Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

One more Supreme Court Judge has dropped out of a case involving West Bengal. Justice Aniruddha Bose, who is from Kolkata, today withdrew from a case involving Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's petition in the Narada bribery case.