Panic surfaced in UP's Hamirpur district after dozens of bodies were seen floating in the Yamuna River on May 10. Many locals alleged it as the government's attempt to hide the official COVID death numbers. However, Hamirpur’s Assistant Superintendent of Police Anoop Kumar Singh said the locals were disposing the bodies in the sacred river instead of cremating them owing to religious sentiments and COVID fears.
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Manoj Gupta, a businessman from Uttar Pradesh's Hamirpur district, is winning hearts as he has been refilling oxygen cylinder of patients and those facing shortages at just Rs 1. Gupta reportedly owns an oxygen bottling plant and has so far filled over 1,000 cylinders for people approaching him from different districts. Claiming himself to be a former COVID patient, Gupta said, "I understand the pain and trauma of COVID-19 patients."
Institute of Chartered Accountants of India has launched a pilot project intending to boost employment opportunities for class 12 pass-outs. The scheme eyes to impart knowledge about GST and Income Tax compliances. Students clearing this scheme would be able to intern with Chartered Accountants and institutions and would help youths to seek jobs locally. However, Minister Anurag Thakur stated that the scheme would initially be launched in… read-more
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A team of five specialist doctors from AIIMS, along with CBI officers, reached Uttar Pradesh’s Chitrakoot district on January 14 to investigate in the child pornography case. The team has examined around 25 children who were allegedly sexually exploited by an Irrigation department engineer. Reportedly, the CBI has arrested the junior engineer, Ram Bhawan, for sexually exploiting over 50 children in Chitrakoot, Banda and Hamirpur districts and… read-more
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