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A man from Punjab's Mohali took an initiative to spread education to kids living in slum areas. Through the initiative, Sandeep Kumar ran a mobile library through his van. He also provided books and study material to children living in slums. Sandeep collect books from various places and distribute it to the needy.

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An avid coin collector in Punjab's Ludhiana has a treasure of ancient coins. His vast collection includes coins dating back to Delhi Sultanate to Mughal Empire. Kewal Singh Rana is famous in Punjab for his enthusiasm to collect coins. "I once went to Haridwar and saw people buying coins that were recovered from river bed, my journey began from there," said Kewal Singh while talking to ANI.

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'72 hour formula': PM Modi speaks to CMs of 10 states on Covid situation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a video conference with Chief Ministers of ten states to discuss the Covid situation. PM Modi said that everyone is working as a team to beat the Covid pandemic. PM Modi added that the rate of testing has increased drastically and now stands at about 7 lakh. He added that the fatality rate has also come down in a major way and said that the aim now should be to bring the fatality rate to below 1%. PM Modi also asked states to adhere to the 72 hour formula, where if anyone is diagnosed, then all his contacts should be traced and isolated within 72 hours. This he said would help in a major way in curbing the pandemic. So, it is important that all the people who come in contact with an infected person must be tested within 72 hours:The Chief Ministers of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and West Bengal. Watch the full video for all the details.

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Decreasing COVID fatality rate shows India taking right measures: PM Modi [Video]

Decreasing COVID fatality rate shows India taking right measures: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a video conference with Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Punjab, Bihar, Gujarat, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh on August 11. The review meeting was conducted to discuss corona related situation. During his address, PM said, "The average fatality rate has been continuously decreasing while the recovery rate is increasing every day, this shows that measures being taken by us are in the right direction." "Experts are saying now that if within 72 hours, a person is diagnosed, then the spread can be controlled to a great extent. So, it is important that all the people who come in contact with an infected person must be tested within 72 hours," he added.

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Amarinder Singh Amarinder Singh 15th and current Chief Minister of Punjab, India

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Punjab hooch tragedy: Congress MP Partap Singh Bajwa demands CBI probe [Video]

Punjab hooch tragedy: Congress MP Partap Singh Bajwa demands CBI probe

Congress Rajya Sabha MP Partap Singh Bajwa on hooch tragedy in Punajb that claimed over 100 lives demanded a CBI or ED investigation. Partap Bajwa said, "CM Captain Amarinder Singh has Excise and Taxation, Home department police under him. All fingers are being raised at excise department. If justice has to be given to 121 people who died in hooch tragedy then an investigation should be done by CBI or ED." "Mining, liquor, cable, drugs and transport mafias established under the rule of Badal's are thriving under Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh's governance. If future of Congress has to be saved then we need to change the leadership in the state." Congress leader Bajwa added.

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Hooch tragedy: Punjab CM meets families of victims [Video]

Hooch tragedy: Punjab CM meets families of victims

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh met family members of Hooch tragedy victims on August 07. Recently, close to 110 people had died after consuming illicit liquor in three districts of the state. CM said, "All those found guilty will be punished. Not a single person will be spared. A special prosecutor has been appointed and an investigation into the matter is underway."

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Punjab CM dubs hooch deaths 'sheer murder', says won't spare anyone found complicit

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'Assessing legal options': MEA on Pakistan's claim on Kulbhushan Jadhav [Video]

'Assessing legal options': MEA on Pakistan's claim on Kulbhushan Jadhav

On Kulbhushan Jadhav, the official spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Anurag Srivastava said that legal options are being assessed. He said, "We had pointed out how Pakistan's claim that Kulbhushan Jadhav has refused to initiate a review petition, is a continuation of the farce playing out for the last 4 years. We are assessing our legal options and we remain committed to the protect life of our Indian nationals." Further on being asked "where does India stand on opening of Kartarpur Corridor, now that Pakistan has opened it unilaterally and does India feel that Pakistan could use it for Khalistani terror in India", MEA said, "We have an agreement on Kartarpur Sahib and we are currently consulting various stakeholders in this regard."

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