Delhi Records Maximum Temperature of 36 Degree Celsius, Light Rains Predicted Tomorrow

Delhi Records Maximum Temperature of 36 Degree Celsius, Light Rains Predicted Tomorrow

A boy cools himself off in the waters of a tube well on a hot summer day at a field in New Delhi, India July 1, 2021. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi According to officials, the minimum temperature recorded at 27.3 degrees Celsius, normal for this time of the year. PTI New Delhi Last Updated:July 24, 2021, 21:55 … Read more

Kerala Assembly Session to Begin Tomorrow; Likely to Be Stormy Over Controversies

File photo of Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan.

A host of controversies ranging from the mass felling of rosewood trees, increasing COVID cases and gold smuggling case to a minister facing charges of trying to settle a sexual harassment case are likely to be raked up by the opposition in the second session of the 15th Kerala Assembly when it commences here on … Read more

Mumbai Rains Today LIVE Updates: Red Alert in Mumbai, Thane as Rains Continue Without Halt; No Respite for Tomorrow

Waterlogging in Mumbai's Chembur on July 21.

Mumbai Rains Today LIVE Updates: A red alert has been issued for Mumbai and Thane as incessant rains continue in the financial capital and its suburbs, resulting in waterlogging in several areas. According to the latest forecast, there’s no respite in sight, with Regional Meteorological Center in Mumbai predicting rainfall to continue over Mumbai, Thane, … Read more

Punjab Congress Chief Calls for Meeting Tomorrow As Infighting Within Congress Intensifies

Infighting involving Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh and rebel MLA Navjot Singh Sidhu intensifies

Infighting involving Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh and rebel MLA Navjot Singh Sidhu intensifies Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee leaders were getting anxious about the prevailing situation and the meeting convened by Sunil Jakhar was being seen as an attempt to gauge the mood within the party. News18 Last Updated:July 18, 2021, 15:42 IST FOLLOW … Read more

BMC to Vaccinate Pregnant Women from Tomorrow at 35 Centres Across Mumbai

Pregnant Women Now Eligible for Covid-19 Vaccine, Can Register on CoWIN or Walk in

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation will begin inoculating pregnant women with COVID-19 vaccines from Wednesday. The step has been taken after a recommendation from the COVID expert task force. The BMC will start with 35 centers across Mumbai, which will vaccinate pregnant women. Earlier this month, the Union Health Ministry announced that pregnant women will now … Read more

No Weekend Curfew in Rajasthan Tomorrow, Further Relaxations for Public | Check What’s Allowed

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The Rajasthan government has decided to end weekend curfew on Sunday which was in force in view of the coronavirus pandemic. The decision for reopening of cinema halls with certain restrictions, skill training centres and other outdoor activities were also taken by the state home department that issued a guideline on Saturday in this regard. … Read more

After Amul, Mother Dairy Raises Price Of Milk In Delhi By Rs 2 Per Litre Starting Tomorrow


Mother Dairy said it is “compelled” to raise milk prices by Rs 2/litre in Delhi NCR from July 11 Highlights Mother Dairy’s price hike of ₹2 per litre will take effect from Sunday Milk prices were last revised in December 2019 On July 1, Amul hiked milk prices by ₹ 2 per litre across all … Read more

India to Share CoWin Success Story With World Tomorrow. Here’s A Look At Its Uses & Controversies

Reports of Homeless People Being Deprived of Vaccine Registration Baseless, Co-WIN Inclusive & User-friendly: Govt

India is set to share the development story of Co-WIN with more than 20 countries that have shown interest in adopting the portal to run their own inoculation drives, with the virtual Co-WIN Global Conclave on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also attend the programme and share his thoughts towards the initiative, the National … Read more

EXCLUSIVE | Delhi Warned of “Sabotage Attempt’ During Farmers Protests Tomorrow

2 Delhi Police Personnel Assaulted at Singhu Border Protest Site

Ahead of the protests by agitating farmers on Saturday, intelligence agencies have alerted the Delhi police and the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) about a possible ‘sabotage attempt’ by Pakistan-based groups. In a letter to the Delhi police, the CISF that secures airports and Delhi Metro and other agencies concerned, the intelligence machinery has said: “Pakistan-based … Read more

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