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Karnataka Minister Immerses Unclaimed Ashes Of Covid Victims In Cauvery

Karnataka Minister Immerses Unclaimed Ashes Of Covid Victims In Cauvery

Written by Maya Sharma | Wednesday June 02, 2021, Bengaluru

It is a tradition in much of southern Karnataka to immerse the ashes of those who have been cremated in the river Cauvery.

Provide Free Covid Vaccines: Unanimous Kerala Assembly Resolution

Provide Free Covid Vaccines: Unanimous Kerala Assembly Resolution

Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Ashutosh Tripathi | Wednesday June 02, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

The Kerala Assembly today unanimously passed a resolution urging the central government to provide Covid vaccines free of cost in a time-bound manner.

Andhra Boy With Rare Disease Dies Hours After Mother's Mercy Killing Plea

Andhra Boy With Rare Disease Dies Hours After Mother's Mercy Killing Plea

NDTV Newsdesk | Wednesday June 02, 2021, Andhra Pradesh

The mother of a nine-year-old boy with a rare blood disease went to a court in Telangana on Tuesday requesting medical help for her son or mercy killing.

Lockdown Cannot Be Extended Again And Again, No Shortage Of Oxygen Or Beds: MK Stalin

Lockdown Cannot Be Extended Again And Again, No Shortage Of Oxygen Or Beds: MK Stalin

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 01, 2021, Chennai

The lockdown cannot be extended indefinitely and it has to be ended soon, but it is in the hands of the people, Chief Minister M K Stalin said here on Tuesday and appealed to them to follow COVID-19 guidelines to help prevent the virus spread.

Vaccination Of Foreign-Bound Students Starts In Karnataka Today

Vaccination Of Foreign-Bound Students Starts In Karnataka Today

Written by Maya Sharma | Tuesday June 01, 2021, Bengaluru

People travelling abroad for education and employment have been included in the vaccine priority list in Karnataka, as many countries have made full inoculations against the coronavirus mandatory for entry.

Madras High Court Orders Covid-Linked Audit Of Renault-Nissan Plant

Madras High Court Orders Covid-Linked Audit Of Renault-Nissan Plant

Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Monday May 31, 2021, Chennai

Auto major Renault-Nissan will undergo inspection by government officials tomorrow over its compliance with COVID-19 safety precautions, the Madras High Court said as the workers went on strike today.

Pinarayi Vijayan Urges 11 Non-BJP Chief Ministers To Press Centre For Free Covid Jabs

Pinarayi Vijayan Urges 11 Non-BJP Chief Ministers To Press Centre For Free Covid Jabs

Press Trust of India | Monday May 31, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today wrote to 11 chief ministers of non-BJP states seeking a united effort to press the Centre to procure COVID-19 vaccines and ensure free universal vaccination.

Hyderabad Doctor Treats Poor Covid Patients For Rs 10, Jawans For Free

Hyderabad Doctor Treats Poor Covid Patients For Rs 10, Jawans For Free

ANI | Monday May 31, 2021, Hyderabad, Telangana

A doctor in Hyderabad has been treating people for just Rs 10 with the intention to provide medical care at an affordable price to the economically backward classes of the society.

Karnataka Rejects Bids To Supply Sputnik V, To Approach Vaccine Makers Directly

Karnataka Rejects Bids To Supply Sputnik V, To Approach Vaccine Makers Directly

Written by Maya Sharma | Monday May 31, 2021, Bengaluru

The Karnataka government, after rejecting the two responses it received on the global tenders to procure COVID-19 vaccines, has decided to approach the vaccine manufacturing companies directly.

Members Of Kannada Film Industry Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Members Of Kannada Film Industry Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Written by Maya Sharma | Monday May 31, 2021, Bengaluru

Vaccines against the coronavirus are a sought-after commodity these days. In Karnataka, members of the film industry have welcomed the decision of the state government to allow even younger people working in this field to get vaccinated.

"Will Come, Certainly": VK Sasikala Audio Clips Hint At Political Return

"Will Come, Certainly": VK Sasikala Audio Clips Hint At Political Return

Press Trust of India | Monday May 31, 2021, Chennai

VK Sasikala hinted at a political comeback, by telling her supporters that there would soon be a "good decision."

New Lakshadweep Orders Spawn Censure From All Parties In Kerala Assembly

New Lakshadweep Orders Spawn Censure From All Parties In Kerala Assembly

Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Monday May 31, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

The Kerala Assembly on Monday morning unanimously passed a joint resolution demanding the removal of Lakshadweep Administrator Praful Patel over alleged "anti-people" policies, and reminding the centre of its responsibility to protect the islanders

Telangana Covid Lockdown Extended Till June 10

Telangana Covid Lockdown Extended Till June 10

Written by Uma Sudhir | Sunday May 30, 2021, Hyderabad

Telangana has extended the COVID-19 lockdown till June 10. The state cabinet decided that relaxation period should be given from 6 am to 1 pm.

"To Reassure Doctors, Patients": MK Stalin Enters Covid Wards In PPE Suit

"To Reassure Doctors, Patients": MK Stalin Enters Covid Wards In PPE Suit

Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Stela Dey | Sunday May 30, 2021, Chennai

Wearing a PPE suit, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin went for a visit to Covid wards and ICUs in a Coimbatore hospital today. Mr Stalin said he went to the wards "against advise" as the Tamil Nadu government called this the first visit by a Chief

5 Human Skeletons Found In Tamil Nadu Village: Cops

5 Human Skeletons Found In Tamil Nadu Village: Cops

Press Trust of India | Sunday May 30, 2021, Ramanathapuram

As many as five skeletons have been found from the seashore at a village in this district, prompting authorities to launch a probe.