The Supreme Court Monday on Monday restrained Andhra Pradesh police from taking any coercive action against two Telugu news channels.
Recording its worst ever performance in over four decades, India clocked a negative growth of 7.3 per cent for 2020-21 while the fourth quarter of the fiscal showed a meagre rise of 1.6 per cent. Amid the ongoing tussle over the extension of Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay's tenure, the Centre on Monday appointed 1988 IAS batch officer Hari Krishna Dwivedi as the new chief secretary to Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee.
The Karnataka government, after rejecting the two responses it received on the global tenders to procure COVID-19 vaccines, has decided to approach the vaccine manufacturing companies directly.Two former house staff members of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput have turned into witnesses in a drug-related case.
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Union home minister Amit Shah held a review meeting on Monday with chief ministers of West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and lieutenant governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands to discuss the preparedness for very severe cyclone Yaas, which is likely to make a landfall on the eastern coast on Wednesday. The East Coast Railway has cancelled 90 trains running on this route. It is likely to cancel 10 more by this evening as Cyclone Yaas gains momentum before intensifying into a severe storm.
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Actor Sonu Sood has been a messiah for many Indians in India's Coronavirus Pandemic. He has reached out to a maximum number of people through the Sood foundation which is run by him. Applauding one such person who recently made a kind contribution to the actor’s foundation, Sonu Sood called this girl from Andhra Pradesh, ‘the richest Indian.’
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As India battles the deadly second wave of Coronavirus Pandemic, another horryfying case of deaths due to lack of oxygen comes to light, Eleven Covid patients who were in the ICU ward died at a government hospital in Andhra Pradesh's Tirupati on Monday evening after the supply of medical oxygen was disrupted.
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A wildlife conservationist has captured disturbing scenes of plastic in fishing nets. Srikanth Mannepuri documented a catch in the Indian port city of Visakhapatnam in March 2021. It shows fish trapped within carrier bags and a large amount of plastic wrapping from brands including snickers and head & shoulders shampoo. Srikanth explains: "We all know the curso of plastics. It's permanence. They do not disintegrate, they do not disappear. No, look at the scale." "Imagine the scale of plastic floating in these oceans for years as death-traps and choking hazards."
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'Oxygen Express' with tankers of oxygen arrived in Nashik from Visakhapatnam on April 24. The railway has made green corridor for the movement of these special trains. The requirement of oxygen has increased in the country due to prevailing COVID situation.
The first Oxygen Express returned to Maharashtra, four days after it started its journey. The train carried seven tankers filled with liquid medical oxygen from Visakhapatnam. The Oxygen Express arrived at Nagpur at 8.10 pm, bringing some relief to the state. Maharashtra is reeling under a surge in Covid-19 cases & shortages of medical oxygen. Three tankers were unloaded at Nagpur & remaining will be unloaded at Nasik Road station. The flat-wagon goods train departed from Visakhapatnam on Thursday night. The train had left for Visakhapatnam from Kalamboli near Mumbai on April 19, around 8 pm. After more than 50 hours' journey, it reached the destination, passing through many cities. Amid spiralling Covid cases in the country, demand for oxygen has gone through the roof. On Friday, Maharashtra reported over 66,830 fresh cases & 773 Covid-related deaths.
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Received three tankers with a capacity of 15 MT each in Nagpur, informed Nagpur Additional Municipal Commissioner Jalaj Sharma on April 23. "We have received three tankers here in Nagpur, with a capacity of 15 MT each. So, approximately 45 MT of oxygen has been received," said Additional Municipal Commissioner Sharma.
Guru Tegh Bahadur COVID care centre in Delhi is all set to begin operation from today with 400 beds. All the beds are supported with the supply of medical oxygen. Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee took the initiative to set up the COVID care centre. The facility will fulfil all medical requirements of patients including doctors, nurses and medicines. Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president, Manjinder Singh Sirsa said, "The facility has 400 beds to mark the 400th anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur. It will have all facilities, complete with oxygen concentrators, doctors, paramedics and own ambulances. No money will be charged from patients, all medicines, oxygen and food would be free." He further added, "I thank Amitabh Bachchan for his contribution of Rs 2 crores to the facility. He also said 'Sikhs are Legendary'."