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Immolation at SC: NHRC asks Delhi cops for report
The National Human Rights Commission sent notices to the police heads of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh after an alleged victim of sexual assault and police apathy set herself afire outside the Supreme......
Juvenile Justice Bill passed in Rajya Sabha amid Oppn ruckus
Rajya Sabha proceedings were disrupted on Wednesday as Opposition parties kept up their protests over Pegasus snooping row, farm laws and price rise. IMAGE: Union Minister for Women & Child......
India to have 257cr Covid vaccine doses by Dec: Nadda
India will have 257 crore Covid vaccine doses by December to take up double dose vaccination of people in full swing, Bharatiya Janata Party national president JP Nadda said on Monday. ......
India will be in position to vaccinate all adults by year end: Centre
Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Wednesday said India will have procured 267 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of this year, and will be in a position to inoculate at least all of its......
DRDO to set up 5 oxygen plants in and around Delhi by weekend
The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) will set up five oxygen plants, out of the total 500 planned, in and around Delhi by this weekend, the defence ministry said on Tuesday.......
'It's an opportunity for India'
US-India Business Council President Nisha Biswal believes once the economic activity and demand resumes, India could hold the potential for diversification of supply chains and manufacturing. ......
Why your household Budget will hit the roof
Vegetable, fruit prices to be on the rise over weak supply, crop damage Vegetables and fruits have become costlier in select wholesale and retail markets since August due to weak supply following......
Why onion price has hit 8-month high
Traders say prices will remain elevated due to increased demand, lower availability Onion prices saw a remarkable jump, hitting an eight-month high on account of a sharp increase in demand by......
Vegetables get cheaper by 45% on supply glut
Supply rises as farmers harvest crops amid fear of spoilage on expectations of early showers Vegetables prices have declined by up to 45 per cent over the past two weeks because of ......
Why farmers are looking at drought-resistant crops
They are worried at more than one forecast of a possibly weak monsoon, reports Dilip Kumar Jha. IMAGE (used for representational purposes only): Worried about the predictions of a below......
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