Sukhi Devi

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5-Year-Old Girl Dies Of Dehydration In Rajasthan

Anjali, a 5-year-old child died due to “severe dehydration'' after walking for 9 km in Rajasthan. Reportedly, the kid and her grandmother, who is 60-years-old walked for 32 hours with an empty stomach and dry throats, under the soul-sucking hot sun. However, they had often used the same route but ''this time Anjali forgot her water bottle'' and died 1.5 km away from the nearest village.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 02:50 PM / by Sahil Quadir

Tags: thirst, Rajasthan, postmortem, Dehydration, died, Anjali

Courtesy: The Indian Express

M Manikandan

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Former Minister M Manikandan Arrested For Allegedly Raping Tamil Actress

The Special team of Chennai police has arrested the Former Minister M Manikandan from Bangalore on June 20, for  allegedly raping a Malaysian-descent Tamil actress. Manikandan was booked under cheating, rape and causing miscarriage by the Adyar All Women Police Station. The ex-AIADMK member fled when his anticipatory bail was rejected by Madras High Court on June 16 after failing to appear for his police inquiry.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 02:19 PM / by Aditi Chavan

Tags: M Manikandan, rape, AIADMK, Tamil Actress, Malaysian woman, Cheating, miscarriage

Courtesy: The Indian Express

The new Delta-plus variant of SARS-CoV-2

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Maharastra Reports Seven Cases Of SARS-CoV-2 Delta-Plus Variant

With just seven positive cases for the Delta-plus SARS-CoV-2 variant in Maharashtra, it is safely classified as "a variant of interest" and not "a variant of concern". Though Delta-plus has a "better immune-escaping mechanism", research is on to check the virus' transmissibility, virulence and resistance to monoclonal antibody cocktail treatment. Unlike the Delta variant where entire families came positive, it has been found only in Ratnagiri… read-more

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 01:46 PM / by Aditi Chavan

Tags: SARs-CoV-2 virus, Maharashtra , Delta-plus variant, Ratnagiri, Navi Mumbai, Palghar

Courtesy: The Indian Express

Richter Scale

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Earthquake Of Magnitude 2.1 Jolts Delhi; No Casualties Reported

An earthquake of low intensity was reported in Delhi on June 20 at 12:02 pm. According to the National Centre of Seismology, the epicenter of the earthquake measuring the intensity of 2.1 on the Richter scale was Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh area. The quake hit at a depth of 7 km from the surface. Besides, there is no immediate report of any damage to life or property.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 01:21 PM / by Sahil Quadir

Tags: Earthquake, Richter Scale, Delhi, Punjabi Bagh, Seismology

Courtesy: NDTV

Karnatka CM B S Yediyurappa

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Karnataka CM Announces To Unlock Several Districts From June 21

After a meeting chaired by Karnataka CM B S Yediyurappa, the government has decided to gradually re-open 16 districts out of 30 in the state from June 21. The 16 districts are those where the positivity rate is below five percent. Besides, Clubs, lodges, and restaurants are allowed to function till 5 pm with 50% of their capacity. However, the weekend and night curfew will still persist in the whole state.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 12:55 PM / by Sahil Quadir

Tags: Covid-19, Unlock, Karnataka, B S Yediyurappa

Courtesy: The Indian Express

Resham Singh

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UP Police Brutalised An Ex-Army Man, Inserts Baton In His Rectum

In a very tragic incident at Pilibhit in UP, police have brutalised an ex-Army man, thrashed his mother and sisters for not having proper documents. The incident happened on May 3 when Resham Singh, the army man, was traveling to Lakhimpur to attend a funeral with his mother and sisters. Moreover, police are accused of inserting a baton in his rectum. Reportedly, Eight cops are accused of the brutalism

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 12:20 PM / by Brijesh Goswami

Tags: Police Brutality, Army, Elderly Woman, thrashed

Courtesy: The Times of India

Indian athletes to undergo daily testing and are not allowed to practice with athletes from other countries.

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Olympics: Escalated Restriction On 11 Countries, Including India

The Tokyo Olympics organisers have increased restrictions on athletes and participants from 11 countries, including India where new variants of Covid-19 have been found. The new guidelines issued on June 18 say they are not allowed to socialize with athletes from other countries for the first three days after arriving in Tokyo. Further, Indians & others from five countries have to get them tested every day at the games.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 11:46 AM / by Brijesh Goswami

Tags: Tokyo Olympics, Covid-19, India, SECOND WAVE, Tokyo

Malls

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UP Govt Allows Malls, Restaurants To Open On Weekdays At 50% capacity

After two months of lockdown and witnessing decline in the cases of COVID-19, the UP government has announced to withdraw certain restrictions. The restaurants and malls can re-open with 50% capacity during weekdays, the government declared. However, the curfew timings have been extended and rescheduled from 7PM to 9PM on the weekdays. Besides, the weekend curfew will continue in the state.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 11:20 AM / by Sahil Quadir

Tags: Covid-19, curfew, weekend curfew, Uttar Pradesh, Lockdown relaxation

Courtesy: NDTV

Google's adtech business will undergo a probe by EU's antitrust agency.

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EU Authorities To Initiate Probe Against Google's Ad Business

According to sources, Alphabet subsidiary Google may face its most serious regulatory challenge yet. The EU's antitrust authorities are planning to launch a formal probe into its profitable digital advertising business, by the end of the year. The investigation would concentrate on Google's position in relation to advertising, publishers, middlemen, and competitors. Last year, Google had earned $147 billion from its online add business.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 10:44 AM / by Anvitha Shetty

Tags: Google, Advertisment, SEO, European Union

Courtesy: WION News

Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma

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Assam Govt All Set To Implement Population Control Policy

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma stated on June 19 that the Assam government will progressively adopt a two-child policy for receiving benefits under state-funded programs. Sarma talked about recent evictions in three districts and encouraged the minority community to adopt a “decent family planning policy” for population management in order to alleviate poverty, which leads to limited living space and subsequent land encroachment.

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 - 10:14 AM / by Anvitha Shetty

Tags: Assam, population control, government scheme, Chief Minister