75 additional flights to US, Canada in June; foreigners can fly out on them: Hardeep Puri

75 additional flights to US, Canada in June; foreigners can fly out on them: Hardeep Puri

NEW DELHI: Air India will operate 75 additional flights to North America this month and foreign nationals can fly out on them. Resumption of schedule international flights will take some time and till then the Vande Bharat flights will fly eligible people in and out of India. Aviation minister H S Puri in a series … Read more

Putin declares state of emergency over Siberian fuel spill

Putin declares state of emergency over Siberian fuel spill

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered a state of emergency and criticised a subsidiary of meta…Read More MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered a state of emergency and criticised a subsidiary of metals giant Norilsk Nickel after a massive diesel spill into a Siberian river. The spill of over 20,000 tonnes of … Read more

Young woman incited a riot on her own Facebook Live video, police say

Young woman incited a riot on her own Facebook Live video, police say

A 22-year-old woman was charged Tuesday with inciting a riot and malicious destruction after she posted a video on Facebook Live encouraging others to loot and destroy businesses during a violent demonstration in Michigan. MICHIGAN SHERIFF RECOUNTS MARCHING WITH FLOYD PROTESTERS: ‘THEY WANTED A VOICE TO LISTEN TO’ According to her arrest affidavit, Alexandria “Ally” Lyons can … Read more

WHO says anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine coronavirus trials to resume

Image Source : FILE WHO says anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine coronavirus trials to resume A week after the World Health Organization (WHO) paused its large study of the anti-malarial drug to treat COVID-19 due to concerns it increased death rates and irregular heartbeats in patients, the UN body today said the hydroxychloroquine coronavirus trials will resume, … Read more

I’ve been in BAI’s blacklist for long, says Prannoy after Arjuna snub | Badminton News

I've been in BAI's blacklist for long, says Prannoy after Arjuna snub | Badminton News

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The habit of speaking his mind out is the reason why he is not considered for national sports awards, feels badminton star HS Prannoy. Another snub by the Badminton Association of India (BAI) in its Arjuna Award recommendations has led to the Kerala player yet again lashing out at the BAI officials for their … Read more

UK’s Prince Charles Says, Recovery From COVID-19 Crisis Is Reset Moment For World

UK's Prince Charles Says, Recovery From COVID-19 Crisis Is Reset Moment For World

“We have a golden opportunity to seize something good from this crisis,” Prince Charles said London: Britain’s Prince Charles said the recovery from the coronavirus crisis represented a “reset moment” for the world and was an opportunity to prioritise sustainability issues, as he made the opening remarks at a virtual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting. … Read more

Pakistan court grants pre-arrest bail till June 17 to Shehbaz Sharif

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A Pakistani court on Wednesday granted pre-arrest bail till June 17 to Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif, a day after anti-graft team raided his residence to arrest him in cases related to money laundering and assets beyond known sources of income. The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Tuesday raided different … Read more

Cabinet approves amendment to Essential Commodities Act, ordinances for barrier-free trade

Cabinet approves amendment to Essential Commodities Act, ordinances for barrier-free trade

(Representative image) NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved amendment to the six-a-and-half decade old Essential Commodities Act to deregulate food items, including cereals, pulses and onion, a move that will transform the farm sector and help raise farmers’ income. The Cabinet also approved ‘The Farming Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance, … Read more

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