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Restrictions imposed in Kashmir Valley, markets shut

Restrictions were imposed in the Kashmir valley on Monday, with officials saying that the curbs have been enforced as part of efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19. The restrictions come two days ahead of the first anniversary of the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status. | Read more| August 3, 2020 

On Cop's "Forced Quarantine"; Nitish Kumar Speaks

The turf war between Bihar Police and Mumbai Police over the probe into the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput took a more serious turn after the Bihar police chief accused Mumbai Police of "forcibly" quarantining an officer sent to Mumbai to lead the probe. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has reacted to the tussle, | Read more| August 3, 2020 

New Education Policy: Breakfast for school children besides mid-day meals

The mid-day meals provided to students in government or aided schools should be supplemented by breakfast, the new National Education Policy (NEP) has proposed. As per news report of PTI, the policy which was approved by the Union Cabinet earlier this week has noted that morning hours after a nutritious breakfast can b | Read more| August 2, 2020 

Truncated, day-long monsoon session for Bihar legislature on Monday

Members of the bicameral legislature in Bihar will assemble here on Monday to take part in a truncated, day-long monsoon session, which may be the last occasion for the Houses to meet before the expiry of the legislative assembly's tenure in November. | Read more| August 2, 2020 

Military commanders of India and China hold fifth round of talks

Senior military commanders of India and China are holding a fresh round of talks on Sunday with an aim to ensure expeditious disengagement of troops from all the friction points along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, military sources said. It is the fifth round of corps commander-level talks in nearly two  | Read more| August 2, 2020 

Tested Positive For Coronavirus, Hospitalised, Tweets Union Home Minister

Union home minister Amit Shah has tested positive for coronavirus, which has infected more than 17 lakh people in the country. Sources said he has been admitted to Medanta hospital, located in Haryana's Gurugram near Delhi. In a tweet, the minister said his health was "fine" but he was being hospitalised "on the advice | Read more| August 2, 2020 

Himachal CM allocates portfolios to newly sworn-in ministers

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur allocated portfolios to the three newly sworn-in ministers while also making changes in the departments held by other members of his cabinet. Following the reshuffle on Friday, Rajiv Saizal was given the health and family welfare portfolio. The chief minister himself was i | Read more| August 1, 2020 

US hits China anew for rights abuses in western Xinjiang

The Trump administration took new aim at China on Friday by imposing sanctions on a major paramilitary organization in the country's western Xinjiang region and its commander for alleged human rights abuses against ethnic and religious minorities. The State and Treasury departments announced the penalties as the White  | Read more| August 1, 2020 

Don't question Mumbai cops' ability to handle Sushant case: Uddhav

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that he deplored attempts to question the efficiency of the Mumbai Police in handling the probe into the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. He said the state police were capable of probing the case, an assertion which comes in the backdrop of growing clam | Read more| August 1, 2020 

India records highest one-day jump of 57,118 COVID-19 cases

India's COVID-19 tally reached 16,95,988 on Saturday with a record single-day increase of 57,118 cases, while the recoveries surged to 10,94,374, according to the Union Health Ministry data. The death toll due to COVID-19 climbed to 36,511 with 764 people succumbing to the disease in a day, the data updated at 8 am sho | Read more| August 1, 2020 

India will not be as effective as Wagner in bowling bouncers: Wade

India's formidable pace attack will not be as effective as New Zealand speedster Neil Wagner in bowling bouncers during their upcoming tour of Australia, feels wicketkeeper Matthew Wade. | Read more| July 31, 2020 

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