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  • India's Coronavirus Cases Cross 94-Lakh Mark, 38,772 Fresh Infections

    India's Coronavirus Cases Cross 94-Lakh Mark, 38,772 Fresh Infections

    India recorded less than 40,000 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, government COVID-19 data shows. The number of fresh infections was 7 per cent lower than yesterday's, taking India's Covid tally past the 94-lakh mark.With a one-day jump of 38,772 fresh COVID-19 cases and 443 deaths, India's total cases of coronavirus shot to 94.31 lakh...

  • Farmers' March: Road Blocks Leave Delhi-Haryana Commuters Frustrated

    Farmers' March: Road Blocks Leave Delhi-Haryana Commuters Frustrated

    The ongoing farmers' agitation, with its increasing focus on the national capital, has made travelling by road between Delhi and its neighbouring states hellish. Protesters, paranoid security personnel, and choc-a-bloc traffic has turned the crossing of border into a huge task for regular travellers.

  • Watch: Farmers Stopped At Delhi Border Pull Barriers Aside For Ambulance

    Watch: Farmers Stopped At Delhi Border Pull Barriers Aside For Ambulance

    Farmers protesting the farm laws swung into action on Saturday, pushing aside the yellow police barricades to allow an ambulance through from Haryana to Delhi

  • Farmers Stay Back On Highways, Few Takers For Protest Site In Delhi

    Farmers Stay Back On Highways, Few Takers For Protest Site In Delhi

    A large number of farmers are still camping around the Delhi border despite a ground being allocated to them in the capital's outskirts to hold their protest against the farm laws that they want repealed. The protesters - who have braved tear gas, water cannons and lathi-charge during their agitation - have said they have enough essentials to conti...

  • The New Epicentre Of Farmer Protests After Dramatic Clashes In Haryana

    The New Epicentre Of Farmer Protests After Dramatic Clashes In Haryana

    Thousands of farmers, after facing tear gas, water cannons and heavy police action over the past three days, started gathering at a ground near the outskirts of Delhi on Friday for a massive protest against new farm laws.

  • Delhi Says 'No' To Cops' Request To Turn Stadiums Into Jails For Farmers

    Delhi Says 'No' To Cops' Request To Turn Stadiums Into Jails For Farmers

    Delhi Police has sought the state government's permission to use the city's nine stadiums as temporary jails to house protesting farmers' from Punjab and Haryana who enter the city as part of their ongoing "Delhi Chalo" march, reports said on Friday. However, leaders of the Aam Admi Party (AAP), which rules Delhi, have objected to any such move.

  • India Covid Tally At 93 Lakh, 43,082 Fresh Infections; Active Cases Rise

    India Covid Tally At 93 Lakh, 43,082 Fresh Infections; Active Cases Rise

    The total number of active coronavirus cases in India crossed the 4.5 lakh mark for the first time after nine days on Thursday, when 43,082 new COVID-19 infections were recorded, government data shows. With this, India's total Covid cases have risen to 93,09,787. Up to 492 people also died of the highly infectious disease in the last 24 hours takin...

  • Delhi's Daily Coronavirus Cases Cross 8,000 For First Time

    Delhi's Daily Coronavirus Cases Cross 8,000 For First Time

    The daily coronavirus spike in Delhi reached a new high over the last 24 hours, with the city crossing the 8,000-mark and logging 8,593 cases.

  • Amid Spike In Covid Deaths, Delhi Orders Steps To Control Third Wave

    Amid Spike In Covid Deaths, Delhi Orders Steps To Control Third Wave

    The number of COVID-19 deaths in Delhi is shooting up. Delhi recorded 83 deaths yesterday. This is the second-highest number of deaths recorded in the capital. The last time deaths were this high was on June 16 when Delhi recorded 93 deaths. The city also recorded its highest daily spike in cases with 7,830 new cases yesterday.

  • Phase 3 Trials Of Covaxin Begin, AMU Vice Chancellor Is First Volunteer

    Phase 3 Trials Of Covaxin Begin, AMU Vice Chancellor Is First Volunteer

    The third phase of clinical trials for Covaxin, the coronavirus vaccine being developed by pharmaceutical firm Bharat Biotech in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), has started. The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) registered as the first volunteer for the trails which will take place at the universit...

  • Coronavirus: India's Caseload Crosses 86 Lakh, Recovery Rate Rises To 92.79 Per Cent

    Coronavirus: India's Caseload Crosses 86 Lakh, Recovery Rate Rises To 92.79 Per Cent

    With 44,281 new infections, India's total number of COVID-19 cases today went up to 86,36,012, and the 512 new deaths since Tuesday took the overall count to 1,27,571. The total active cases now stand at 4,94,657 following a decrease of 6,557 in the past 24 hrs. The total recoveries, too, have gone up by over 50,000 to little more than 80 lakh. Up ...

  • Pfizer, Centre Open To Talks To Make Covid Vaccine Available In India

    Pfizer, Centre Open To Talks To Make Covid Vaccine Available In India

    The COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and German biotech firm BioNTech has brought hope since the announcement yesterday about its 90 per cent efficacy. But it looks unlikely that India would have it anytime soon, though both Pfizer and the Health Ministry have indicated they are open for talks.

  • Health Ministry Explains Reasons Behind Bihar's Covid Numbers 'Mystery'

    Health Ministry Explains Reasons Behind Bihar's Covid Numbers 'Mystery'

    While Bihar's election results are scheduled to be declared today, the Health Ministry was asked about the reason behind the state's low coronavirus cases despite hundreds of people seen openly flouting safety rules in rallies, like not wearing masks or maintaining social distancing.

  • 80% Intensive Care Units In Covid-Hit Delhi Occupied, Top Court Steps In

    80% Intensive Care Units In Covid-Hit Delhi Occupied, Top Court Steps In

    Intensive care units at hospitals in Delhi are fast filling up as coronavirus cases continue to rise rapidly amid worsening air quality in winter, according to an analysis of data in the Delhi government's coronavirus tracking app.

  • What Court Said In Bollywood Defamation Case Against Some News Channels

    What Court Said In Bollywood Defamation Case Against Some News Channels

    Nearly a month after leading Bollywood filmmakers filed a lawsuit in the Delhi High Court against "irresponsible reporting by certain media houses", the court today said "no defamatory content" should be uploaded on social media or displayed on their channels.

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'Sukirti Dwivedi' - 479 News Result(s)

  • India's Coronavirus Cases Cross 94-Lakh Mark, 38,772 Fresh Infections

    India's Coronavirus Cases Cross 94-Lakh Mark, 38,772 Fresh Infections

    India recorded less than 40,000 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, government COVID-19 data shows. The number of fresh infections was 7 per cent lower than yesterday's, taking India's Covid tally past the 94-lakh mark.With a one-day jump of 38,772 fresh COVID-19 cases and 443 deaths, India's total cases of coronavirus shot to 94.31 lakh...

  • Farmers' March: Road Blocks Leave Delhi-Haryana Commuters Frustrated

    Farmers' March: Road Blocks Leave Delhi-Haryana Commuters Frustrated

    The ongoing farmers' agitation, with its increasing focus on the national capital, has made travelling by road between Delhi and its neighbouring states hellish. Protesters, paranoid security personnel, and choc-a-bloc traffic has turned the crossing of border into a huge task for regular travellers.

  • Watch: Farmers Stopped At Delhi Border Pull Barriers Aside For Ambulance

    Watch: Farmers Stopped At Delhi Border Pull Barriers Aside For Ambulance

    Farmers protesting the farm laws swung into action on Saturday, pushing aside the yellow police barricades to allow an ambulance through from Haryana to Delhi

  • Farmers Stay Back On Highways, Few Takers For Protest Site In Delhi

    Farmers Stay Back On Highways, Few Takers For Protest Site In Delhi

    A large number of farmers are still camping around the Delhi border despite a ground being allocated to them in the capital's outskirts to hold their protest against the farm laws that they want repealed. The protesters - who have braved tear gas, water cannons and lathi-charge during their agitation - have said they have enough essentials to conti...

  • The New Epicentre Of Farmer Protests After Dramatic Clashes In Haryana

    The New Epicentre Of Farmer Protests After Dramatic Clashes In Haryana

    Thousands of farmers, after facing tear gas, water cannons and heavy police action over the past three days, started gathering at a ground near the outskirts of Delhi on Friday for a massive protest against new farm laws.

  • Delhi Says 'No' To Cops' Request To Turn Stadiums Into Jails For Farmers

    Delhi Says 'No' To Cops' Request To Turn Stadiums Into Jails For Farmers

    Delhi Police has sought the state government's permission to use the city's nine stadiums as temporary jails to house protesting farmers' from Punjab and Haryana who enter the city as part of their ongoing "Delhi Chalo" march, reports said on Friday. However, leaders of the Aam Admi Party (AAP), which rules Delhi, have objected to any such move.

  • India Covid Tally At 93 Lakh, 43,082 Fresh Infections; Active Cases Rise

    India Covid Tally At 93 Lakh, 43,082 Fresh Infections; Active Cases Rise

    The total number of active coronavirus cases in India crossed the 4.5 lakh mark for the first time after nine days on Thursday, when 43,082 new COVID-19 infections were recorded, government data shows. With this, India's total Covid cases have risen to 93,09,787. Up to 492 people also died of the highly infectious disease in the last 24 hours takin...

  • Delhi's Daily Coronavirus Cases Cross 8,000 For First Time

    Delhi's Daily Coronavirus Cases Cross 8,000 For First Time

    The daily coronavirus spike in Delhi reached a new high over the last 24 hours, with the city crossing the 8,000-mark and logging 8,593 cases.

  • Amid Spike In Covid Deaths, Delhi Orders Steps To Control Third Wave

    Amid Spike In Covid Deaths, Delhi Orders Steps To Control Third Wave

    The number of COVID-19 deaths in Delhi is shooting up. Delhi recorded 83 deaths yesterday. This is the second-highest number of deaths recorded in the capital. The last time deaths were this high was on June 16 when Delhi recorded 93 deaths. The city also recorded its highest daily spike in cases with 7,830 new cases yesterday.

  • Phase 3 Trials Of Covaxin Begin, AMU Vice Chancellor Is First Volunteer

    Phase 3 Trials Of Covaxin Begin, AMU Vice Chancellor Is First Volunteer

    The third phase of clinical trials for Covaxin, the coronavirus vaccine being developed by pharmaceutical firm Bharat Biotech in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), has started. The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) registered as the first volunteer for the trails which will take place at the universit...

  • Coronavirus: India's Caseload Crosses 86 Lakh, Recovery Rate Rises To 92.79 Per Cent

    Coronavirus: India's Caseload Crosses 86 Lakh, Recovery Rate Rises To 92.79 Per Cent

    With 44,281 new infections, India's total number of COVID-19 cases today went up to 86,36,012, and the 512 new deaths since Tuesday took the overall count to 1,27,571. The total active cases now stand at 4,94,657 following a decrease of 6,557 in the past 24 hrs. The total recoveries, too, have gone up by over 50,000 to little more than 80 lakh. Up ...

  • Pfizer, Centre Open To Talks To Make Covid Vaccine Available In India

    Pfizer, Centre Open To Talks To Make Covid Vaccine Available In India

    The COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and German biotech firm BioNTech has brought hope since the announcement yesterday about its 90 per cent efficacy. But it looks unlikely that India would have it anytime soon, though both Pfizer and the Health Ministry have indicated they are open for talks.

  • Health Ministry Explains Reasons Behind Bihar's Covid Numbers 'Mystery'

    Health Ministry Explains Reasons Behind Bihar's Covid Numbers 'Mystery'

    While Bihar's election results are scheduled to be declared today, the Health Ministry was asked about the reason behind the state's low coronavirus cases despite hundreds of people seen openly flouting safety rules in rallies, like not wearing masks or maintaining social distancing.

  • 80% Intensive Care Units In Covid-Hit Delhi Occupied, Top Court Steps In

    80% Intensive Care Units In Covid-Hit Delhi Occupied, Top Court Steps In

    Intensive care units at hospitals in Delhi are fast filling up as coronavirus cases continue to rise rapidly amid worsening air quality in winter, according to an analysis of data in the Delhi government's coronavirus tracking app.

  • What Court Said In Bollywood Defamation Case Against Some News Channels

    What Court Said In Bollywood Defamation Case Against Some News Channels

    Nearly a month after leading Bollywood filmmakers filed a lawsuit in the Delhi High Court against "irresponsible reporting by certain media houses", the court today said "no defamatory content" should be uploaded on social media or displayed on their channels.

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