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Kamala Harris calls PM Narendra Modi on US vaccines for India; first set is one day’s dose

Days after External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met key officials in the Biden administration in Washington DC, the US announced Thursday that it will distribute Covid-19 vaccines to India as part of its “strategy for global vaccine sharing”. | Read more| June 4, 2021 

'Mission Choksi' Team Returns As Court Keeps Him In Dominica Till July

The multi-agency team tasked with bringing back Mehul Choksi from Dominica is headed home - without the fugitive jeweller - after the Caribbean nation's High Court adjourned his habeas corpus petition to July and extended its order on removing him from that country. | Read more| June 4, 2021 

Australian media fined A$1.1m over trial reports

A court has fined 12 Australian media groups a total of A$1.1m (£600,000; $840,000) for their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's now-overturned conviction in a sexual abuse case. | Read more| June 4, 2021 

‘At-risk’ policy change: Govt puts money on new-platform Covid-19 vaccine

The decision to book 30 crore doses of Biological E’s Covid-19 vaccine before it has launched marks a major shift in the government’s stance on procurement for mass immunisation against the coronavirus. | Read more| June 4, 2021 

Nearly 3,000 Madhya Pradesh Doctors Resign After Court Says Strike "Illegal"

The Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday directed the striking junior doctors in the state to resume their duties within 24 hours but the protesting medicos remained defiant and nearly 3,000 of them resigned from their posts and announced they will challenge the ruling. | Read more| June 4, 2021 

Mehul Choksi Denied Bail By Dominica Court In Illegal Entry Case

A Dominican court court today denied bail to Mehul Choksi - the fugitive diamond trader wanted over the ₹ 13,500 crore loan fraud case in India - for illegally entering into the Caribbean island nation from Antigua. | Read more| June 3, 2021 

‘Won’t permit experimentation with defective ventilators’: Bombay High Court tells Centre

Stating that it would not permit “experimentation of ventilators”, the Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court on Wednesday told the Central government that it can’t allow use of “defective” equipment supplied to Marathwada as it may “cause risk or hazards to the patients”. | Read more| June 3, 2021 

JBS: FBI says Russia-linked group hacked meat supplier

A Russian cyber-criminal group was behind a ransomware attack that has targeted the world's largest meat processing company, the FBI has said. | Read more| June 3, 2021 

10,000 Olympic Volunteers Quit Ahead Of Tokyo Games: Organisers

Around 10,000 of 80,000 planned Tokyo 2020 Olympic volunteers have quit, organisers have revealed as they battle persistent doubts over the Games with just 50 days until the opening ceremony.  | Read more| June 3, 2021 

More than 2,000 Uttarakhand cops test positive, 90% of them got both doses

More than 2,000 Uttarakhand Police personnel tested positive for Covid-19 in the second wave and 93 per cent of them had received both doses of the vaccine before contracting the infection, according to data shared by authorities. | Read more| June 3, 2021 

Israel opposition parties agree to form new unity government

Israeli opposition parties have reached an agreement to form a new government that would end Benjamin Netanyahu's 12-year tenure as prime minister. | Read more| June 3, 2021 

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