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NEW DELHI: A bill to cancel the three contentious farm laws that had the farmers up in arms was passed in record time in both houses as parliament's Winter Session started today. The government plans to get it signed by the President by tonight, sources said. The Farm Laws Repeal bill was passed in Lok Sabha within four minutes - it was tabled at 12:06 pm and passed by 12:10 pm amid opposition demands for a discussion....moreMore

India offers vaccines, medical supplies to support African countries hit by Omicron variant

NEW DELHI: India on Monday offered to supply Covid-19 vaccines, life-saving drugs, test kits and medical equipment to African countries to fight the new Omicron variant of the Coronavirus. Omicron has been designated a “variant of concern” by the World Health Organization (WHO), based on evidence that it has several mutations that may impact how easily it spreads or the severity of illness it causes....moreMore

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India to resume international flights from December 15

NEW DELHI: India will resume scheduled international flights from December 15 after the coronavirus-induced suspension, the Aviation Ministry informed on Friday. The Civil Aviation Ministry, in a statement, said the matter of resumption of scheduled commercial international passenger services has been examined in consultation with the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Ministry of External Affairs and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare....moreMore

Secretary-General Appoints Shombi Sharp as the UN Resident Coordinator in India

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Indian firm gets US FDA’s ‘breakthrough designation’ for breast cancer detection blood test

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Crypto Prices Crash As India Plans Bill To Bar Private Cryptocurrencies

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India, US, China To Release Oil Together To Tame Prices

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12 Of 17 Congress MLAs Join Trinamool In Meghalaya In Late Night Coup

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Bihar, Jharkhand, UP among poorest states; Kerala, Goa have lowest poverty: Niti Aayog

NEW DELHI: Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh have emerged as the poorest states in India, according to Niti Aayog’s first Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) report. As per the index, 51.91 per cent population of Bihar is poor, followed by 42.16 per cent in Jharkhand, 37.79 per cent in Uttar Pradesh. While Madhya Pradesh (36.65 per cent) has been placed fourth in the index, Meghalaya (32.67 per cent) is at the fifth spot....moreMore

US warship transits Taiwan Strait

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For 1st time, number of fully jabbed surpasses partially vaccinated in India

NEW DELHI: For the first time since the start of India’s vaccination programme, the number of people in the country who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 has surpassed those who are partially vaccinated, data shows. The development comes on the back of several weeks of the administration of second doses outstripping that of first doses, a trend that became very clear through October and November as the vaccine coverage reached 80% of the eligible population (at least one dose), a level at which experts expect it to hit a ceiling....moreMore

Days ahead of Putin’s visit, deal to jointly manufacture rifles in India gets DAC nod

NEW DELHI: The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) has finally cleared a long-pending proposal for a deal to manufacture six lakh AK-203 assault rifles for the Indian Army jointly with Russia, sources confirmed. The deal had been stuck over several points for nearly two years, including negotiations over technology transfer. The DAC also cleared a proposal to acquire two satellites for the Air Force to help them communicate beyond the line of sight....moreMore

 

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