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Bodies Floated To Bengal From Uttar Pradesh, Last Rites Performed: Mamata Banerjee

Bodies Floated To Bengal From Uttar Pradesh, Last Rites Performed: Mamata Banerjee

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Kolkata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said several bodies have floated to the state downstream river Ganga from Uttar Pradesh and polluted the waters.

Teen Drowns In Thane Lake In Maharashtra, Two Missing: Police

Teen Drowns In Thane Lake In Maharashtra, Two Missing: Police

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Thane

A 17-year-old boy drowned while his friend and a teenage girl missing in a lake at Yeoor Hills in Thane in Maharashtra on Monday, a day after two persons drowned in the same water body in separate incidents, a civic official said.

How Madhya Pradesh Topped Country By Giving 16 Lakh Covid Vaccine Doses In A Day

How Madhya Pradesh Topped Country By Giving 16 Lakh Covid Vaccine Doses In A Day

Written by Anurag Dwary , Edited by Saikat Kumar Bose | Monday June 21, 2021, Bhopal

Madhya Pradesh today administered over 16 lakh doses of Covid vaccine, the highest in the country, as the centre's new policy on the immunisation exercise came into force.

British PM Warns Of "Rough Winter" As Covid Cases Remain High

British PM Warns Of "Rough Winter" As Covid Cases Remain High

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, London

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday warned of a "rough winter" ahead even though things may be "looking good" for July 19 to be the so-called "terminus point" marking an end to all lockdown restrictions in the country.

BJP's North Bengal Leader, Seven Others Join Trinamool Congress

BJP's North Bengal Leader, Seven Others Join Trinamool Congress

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Kolkata

In yet another jolt to the BJP, the party's Alipurduar district president, Ganga Prasad Sharma, joined the TMC on Monday.

Mizoram Reports Highest Single-Day Spike After Delta Variant Detected

Mizoram Reports Highest Single-Day Spike After Delta Variant Detected

Written by Ratnadip Choudhury , Edited by Deepika Pundir | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

After the highly transmissible Delta variant of coronavirus was detected, Mizoram is now witnessing a spike in number of positive cases.

Mamata Banerjee Moves Supreme Court Against Order On Filing Affidavits In Narada Case

Mamata Banerjee Moves Supreme Court Against Order On Filing Affidavits In Narada Case

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has moved Supreme Court against the High Court's denial to filing of affidavits by her and state Law Minister Moloy Ghatak on their role on May 17 when CBI arrested 4 Trinamool leaders in in the Narada case

"Don't Believe 3rd, 4th Front Can Challenge" BJP: Prashant Kishor To NDTV

"Don't Believe 3rd, 4th Front Can Challenge" BJP: Prashant Kishor To NDTV

Written by Sreenivasan Jain | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

Poll strategist Prashant Kishor has ruled out any association with an opposition front to take on the BJP in the next general election.

21 Cases Of Delta Plus Variant In Maharashtra, Says State Health Minister

21 Cases Of Delta Plus Variant In Maharashtra, Says State Health Minister

Edited by Vaibhav Tiwari | Monday June 21, 2021, Mumbai

Twenty-one cases of the Delta Plus Covid variant, the mutant version of the Delta variant that unleashed the devastating second wave of the pandemic, have been found in Maharashtra so far, state health minister Rajesh Tope said today.

India To Have 257 Crore Covid Vaccine Doses By December: JP Nadda

India To Have 257 Crore Covid Vaccine Doses By December: JP Nadda

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

India will have 257 crore Covid vaccine doses by December to take up double dose vaccination of people in full swing, BJP national president JP Nadda said on Monday.

Bollywood Music Producer's Firm Goes To Cops Over "Fake Vaccine Camp"

Bollywood Music Producer's Firm Goes To Cops Over "Fake Vaccine Camp"

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Mumbai

A leading music record label and film production firm approached the police in Mumbai today claiming that its employees, their families were duped by the same people who had allegedly conducted a fake vaccination camp at other places, officials said.

"Unconditional Apology": Congress MP Over Casteist Remarks Against Dalits

"Unconditional Apology": Congress MP Over Casteist Remarks Against Dalits

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Chandigarh

Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu, who stirred up a row with his "pious seats" remarks, on Monday offered "unconditional apology", saying he did not intend to hurt anyone, an official statement said.

UK Joins US, Canada In Fresh Sanctions On Belarus Over Journalist's Arrest

UK Joins US, Canada In Fresh Sanctions On Belarus Over Journalist's Arrest

Agence France-Presse | Monday June 21, 2021, London

Britain on Monday said it had joined the United States, Canada and the European Union in imposing fresh sanctions on Belarus after the detention of an opposition journalist.

Decision After Polls On UP Top Post, Claims Yogi Adityanath's Minister

Decision After Polls On UP Top Post, Claims Yogi Adityanath's Minister

Written by Alok Pandey | Monday June 21, 2021, Lucknow

A minister of Uttar Pradesh has said the chief ministerial face of the BJP will be decided after the 2022 assembly elections, contradicting party sources who indicated recently that Yogi Adityanath would lead the party in Assembly polls.

Flash Sales Ban And Other Proposed Changes To E-Commerce Rules

Flash Sales Ban And Other Proposed Changes To E-Commerce Rules

Reported by Himanshu Shekhar Mishra,Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

The proposed amendments to the rules aim to bring transparency, strengthen the regulatory regime, protect consumers' interests, and encourage free and fair competition, a government statement said.