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Tamil Nadu Seeks Ban On "The Family Man 2" Over Portrayal Of Eelam Tamils

Tamil Nadu Seeks Ban On "The Family Man 2" Over Portrayal Of Eelam Tamils

Press Trust of India | Monday May 24, 2021, Chennai

The Tamil Nadu government on Monday requested the Centre to take immediate action either to stop or ban the release of ''The Family Man 2'' webseries on Amazon Prime, saying it depicted the Eelam Tamils in a "highly objectionable manner."

40 Karnataka Labs Fined Over Rs 20 Lakh For Delay In Uploading COVID Reports

40 Karnataka Labs Fined Over Rs 20 Lakh For Delay In Uploading COVID Reports

Press Trust of India | Monday May 24, 2021, Bengaluru

Forty labs have been fined Rs 20.20 lakh for delay in uploading results of Covid tests, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwath Narayan said on Monday.

12 Of Gang Get Death Penalty In Andhra Pradesh For 13 Murders On Highway

12 Of Gang Get Death Penalty In Andhra Pradesh For 13 Murders On Highway

ANI | Monday May 24, 2021, Prakasam

The court in Andhra Pradesh on Monday served death penalty to 12 convicts of the highway murders cases of 2008-09, including the gang leader Munna.

"446 Black Fungus Cases, 12 Related Deaths In Karnataka": Minister

"446 Black Fungus Cases, 12 Related Deaths In Karnataka": Minister

Press Trust of India | Monday May 24, 2021, Bengaluru

Karnataka has reported 446 Mucormycosis or Black Fungus infections and 12 related fatalities so far, state's Health and Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar said on Monday.

Concern In Karnataka As 1.4 Lakh Children Get Covid In Second Wave

Concern In Karnataka As 1.4 Lakh Children Get Covid In Second Wave

Reported by Nehal Kidwai, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Monday May 24, 2021, Bengaluru

Around 1.4 lakh children were infected with Covid in Karnataka in the period between March-end and mid-May. Around 40,000 of the affected children were below the age of 10 years. The rest were between the ages of 10 years and 19 years.

Bengaluru Gets Free Covid Child Care Centres

Bengaluru Gets Free Covid Child Care Centres

Written by Maya Sharma | Monday May 24, 2021, Bengaluru

Special Covid care centres are coming up exclusively for children in Karnataka's capital city Bengaluru as a devastating second wave of coronavirus, also affecting younger people, sweeps the country.

Kerala Reports Record 196 Covid Deaths, Minister Says Fatality Rate Low

Kerala Reports Record 196 Covid Deaths, Minister Says Fatality Rate Low

Written by Sneha Mary Koshy | Monday May 24, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

Days after being sworn in as Kerala's new Health Minister, Veena George told NDTV the focus is on increasing supply of Covid vaccines as soon as possible, and that the state - which has 2.78 lakh active cases - is "in desperate need" of vaccines

Kerala MLAs Sworn In As First Session Of Assembly Begins

Kerala MLAs Sworn In As First Session Of Assembly Begins

Press Trust of India | Monday May 24, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

The first session of the 15th Kerala Legislative Assembly began today with the swearing-in of newly-elected MLAs, of whom 53 are fresh entrants, under strict COVID-19 protocols.

SpiceJet Crew Derostered After Viral Video Of Mid-Air Wedding: Report

SpiceJet Crew Derostered After Viral Video Of Mid-Air Wedding: Report

NDTV News Desk | Monday May 24, 2021, Madurai

A wedding on a chartered flight has won full marks for ingenuity but is under investigation over the violation of Covid-safety rules.

Watch: Horse's Funeral Attended By Hundreds In Karnataka Amid Lockdown

Watch: Horse's Funeral Attended By Hundreds In Karnataka Amid Lockdown

Reported by Nehal Kidwai, Edited by Arun Nair | Monday May 24, 2021, New Delhi

Hundreds joined the funeral of a horse belonging to a religious organisation in Karnataka's Belagavi on Sunday, in violation of Covid restrictions in force in the state.

COVID-19: Karnataka Doctor Files Complaint Against Supermarket Owner Over Viral Clip

COVID-19: Karnataka Doctor Files Complaint Against Supermarket Owner Over Viral Clip

Press Trust of India | Monday May 24, 2021, Mangaluru

The doctor, who went to a supermarket without wearing a mask, has filed a complaint against the shop owner for circulating the CCTV footage of his argument with the staff.

KCR Orders Probe Into Complaint Against Ex-Minister's Son In Alleged Land-Grabbing Case

KCR Orders Probe Into Complaint Against Ex-Minister's Son In Alleged Land-Grabbing Case

Press Trust of India | Sunday May 23, 2021, Hyderabad

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Sunday instructed Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to inquire into a complaint against former Minister Etala Rajender's son on alleged land-grabbing.

Covid Taking Toll On 31-40-50 Age Group In Andhra Pradesh: Data

Covid Taking Toll On 31-40-50 Age Group In Andhra Pradesh: Data

Press Trust of India | Sunday May 23, 2021, Amaravati

Coronavirus is taking a heavy toll on people in the 31-40-50 age groups while largely sparing children and those over 60 in the ongoing second wave in Andhra Pradesh.

First Session Of 15th Kerala Assembly From Monday

First Session Of 15th Kerala Assembly From Monday

Press Trust of India | Sunday May 23, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

The first session of the 15th Kerala Legislative Assembly will commence on May 24, three days after the second Pinarayi Vijayan government was sworn in at the Central Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram.

Andhra Chief Minister Says Suspend Covid Vaccine Supply To Private Hospitals

Andhra Chief Minister Says Suspend Covid Vaccine Supply To Private Hospitals

ANI | Saturday May 22, 2021, Amaravati(AP)

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Saturday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to suspend supply of COVID-19 vaccines to private hospitals as they are allegedly charging exorbitant prices per vial.