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Kharif paddy output may fall 12%, cotton rise 23%: Skymet

Skymet did not give estimates for the entire kharif production. Earlier estimates by agencies such as Crisil have forecast a drop this year over the 2018 kharif output, breaking the rising trend of the past three years.

Heritage monuments to be available for film shoots within 20 days of applying online: MoS tourism Prahlad Patel

Heritage monuments managed by the Archaeological Survey of India will now be available for film shoots within 20 days of the film crew filing online applications, minister of state for tourism and culture (independent charge) Prahlad Singh Patel said on Thurs
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Heritage monuments to be available for film shoots within 20 days of applying online: MoS tourism Prahlad Patel

Heritage monuments managed by the Archaeological Survey of India will now be available for film shoots within 20 days of the film crew filing online applications, minister of state for tourism and culture (independent charge) Prahlad Singh Patel said on Thursday.Highlighting the opportunity that closure of international travel had presented to the Indian film industry, Patel said they should follow the Prime Minister’s Aatma nirbhar Bharat call and utilise the sought-after sites as well as popularise the lesser known monuments across India.

ICMR plans to launch new pan India serological survey

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) plans to launch a new pan India serological survey as a follow-up to the one conducted in April across 21 states and final result of which are yet to come. “These studies are subject to peer-review, and currentl
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ICMR plans to launch new pan India serological survey

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) plans to launch a new pan India serological survey as a follow-up to the one conducted in April across 21 states and final result of which are yet to come. “These studies are subject to peer-review, and currently, ICMR’s pilot survey to know the spread of infection within the community that was done around mid-April is being peer-reviewed and that process is going on. Once that is done, it will be put out in public domain soon,” said Rajesh Bhushan, Officer on Special Duty in health ministry.

Covid-19: India has not yet reached community transmission stage, says govt

Amid a spurt in coronavirus cases, the government on Thursday said India has not yet reached the community transmission stage of Covid-19 and asserted that there have been localised outbreaks in some geographical areas. The Centre's assertion came on a day In
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Covid-19: India has not yet reached community transmission stage, says govt

Amid a spurt in coronavirus cases, the government on Thursday said India has not yet reached the community transmission stage of Covid-19 and asserted that there have been localised outbreaks in some geographical areas. The Centre's assertion came on a day India registered a record single-day surge of 24,879 Covid-19 cases, taking the caseload to 7,67,296.

Chinese, Indian border troops have taken 'effective measures' to disengage along LAC: China

China on Thursday said Chinese and Indian troops have taken «effective measures» to disengage at the Galwan Valley and other areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh and the situation is «stable and improving,» days aft
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Chinese, Indian border troops have taken 'effective measures' to disengage along LAC: China

China on Thursday said Chinese and Indian troops have taken «effective measures» to disengage at the Galwan Valley and other areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh and the situation is «stable and improving,» days after the two sides agreed on an expeditious withdrawal of soldiers from all the standoff points.

Visa panic: Students keen to return to US

Parmesh Kaur, who is due to start his second year at the University of Illinois, Chicago, is anxious about his academic future. After the sudden change in the US policy regarding visas for international students, his university has asked him to report back o
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Visa panic: Students keen to return to US

Parmesh Kaur, who is due to start his second year at the University of Illinois, Chicago, is anxious about his academic future. After the sudden change in the US policy regarding visas for international students, his university has asked him to report back on campus by July 22. It has decided to adopt a hybrid mode of teaching, holding some classes in person and most of them online.

8 states account for 90% active coronavirus cases in India: GoM on Covid-19 informed

Eight states, including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Karnataka and Telangana, account for around 90 per cent of the active Covid-19 cases in the country and 80 per cent of the active cases have been reported from 49 districts, the Group of Ministers (GoM)
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8 states account for 90% active coronavirus cases in India: GoM on Covid-19 informed

Eight states, including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Karnataka and Telangana, account for around 90 per cent of the active Covid-19 cases in the country and 80 per cent of the active cases have been reported from 49 districts, the Group of Ministers (GoM) on COVID-19 was informed on Thursday.

India-EU summit to be held through video conference on July 15

The 15th summit between India and the European Union will be held via video conference on July 15, officials of the influential grouping said on Thursday.
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India-EU summit to be held through video conference on July 15

The 15th summit between India and the European Union will be held via video conference on July 15, officials of the influential grouping said on Thursday.

ED questions Congress leader Ahmed Patel for 4th time in PMLA case

ED sleuths began the fourth round of questioning of senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel at his official residence here on Thursday in connection with the Sandesara brothers' bank fraud and money-laundering case. ​​A three-member team of the federal probe a
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ED questions Congress leader Ahmed Patel for 4th time in PMLA case

ED sleuths began the fourth round of questioning of senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel at his official residence here on Thursday in connection with the Sandesara brothers' bank fraud and money-laundering case. ​​A three-member team of the federal probe agency reached the Rajya Sabha MP's residence in the capital.

Chinese, Indian border troops taken 'effective measures' to disengage along LAC: China

China on Thursday said Chinese and Indian troops have taken «effective measures» to disengage at the Galwan Valley and other areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh and the situation is «stable and improving,» da
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Chinese, Indian border troops taken 'effective measures' to disengage along LAC: China

China on Thursday said Chinese and Indian troops have taken «effective measures» to disengage at the Galwan Valley and other areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh and the situation is «stable and improving,» days after the two sides agreed on an expeditious withdrawal of soldiers from all the standoff points.

Clinical trials for Ayurvedic formulations against Covid-19 to be initiated in India, US

In a virtual interaction with a group of eminent Indian-American scientists, academicians, and doctors on Wednesday, Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said the vast network of institutional engagements have brought scientific communities betwe
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Clinical trials for Ayurvedic formulations against Covid-19 to be initiated in India, US

In a virtual interaction with a group of eminent Indian-American scientists, academicians, and doctors on Wednesday, Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said the vast network of institutional engagements have brought scientific communities between the two countries together in the fight against Covid-19.

Is this the India of our dreams: Rahul Gandhi on sexual exploitation of girls in UP's Chitrakoot

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at the government on Thursday over a media report on sexual exploitation of minor girls in the mines of Uttar Pradesh's Chitrakoot, asking «is this the India of our dreams»?
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Is this the India of our dreams: Rahul Gandhi on sexual exploitation of girls in UP's Chitrakoot

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi hit out at the government on Thursday over a media report on sexual exploitation of minor girls in the mines of Uttar Pradesh's Chitrakoot, asking «is this the India of our dreams»?

Govt seeks Covid drug’s stock info to curb overcharging

The health ministry has asked the three companies making generic versions of Covid-19 drug Remdesivir in India to regularly give details of production, stocks and sales in the wake of complaints of shortage-driven blackmarketing and overcharging. The MRP of R
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Govt seeks Covid drug’s stock info to curb overcharging

The health ministry has asked the three companies making generic versions of Covid-19 drug Remdesivir in India to regularly give details of production, stocks and sales in the wake of complaints of shortage-driven blackmarketing and overcharging. The MRP of Remdesivir marketed by Hetero Healthcare Limited is Rs 5,400 but consumers have reported it being sold at a price of anywhere between Rs 15,000 to 60,000, a complaint to the health ministry said.

Pakistan's claim Jadhav against review plea a farce: India

India dismissed as a “continuation of a farce” Pakistan’s claim on Wednesday that Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav has refused to file a review petition against his death sentence and only wants to follow up on his mercy petition. India said the claim
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Pakistan's claim Jadhav against review plea a farce: India

India dismissed as a “continuation of a farce” Pakistan’s claim on Wednesday that Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav has refused to file a review petition against his death sentence and only wants to follow up on his mercy petition. India said the claim, yet another instance of concocted narratives, was meant to mask Pakistan’s reticence to implement the ICJ judgment in letter and spirit.

Covid-19: Fresh cases breach 25,000 in a day for first time

India recorded its biggest single-day spike on Wednesday with 25,530 fresh Covid-19 cases, breaching the 25,000-mark for the first time, even as the toll raced past the 21,000-mark with the country recording over 400 deaths for the sixth consecutive day. Th
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Covid-19: Fresh cases breach 25,000 in a day for first time

India recorded its biggest single-day spike on Wednesday with 25,530 fresh Covid-19 cases, breaching the 25,000-mark for the first time, even as the toll raced past the 21,000-mark with the country recording over 400 deaths for the sixth consecutive day. The spike in fresh cases comes amid increased countrywide testing in the last few days. 1.8 lakh people were tested on Sunday, 2.41 lakh on Monday and 2.62 lakh on Tuesday.

LAC disengagement: India to look out for signs of China not abiding by deal

If the dirt-track road the Chinese have built along the Galwan river all the way to the LAC is found to have been “black-topped” to asphalt in coming weeks, or if the People’s Liberation Army begins stocking up provisions and shelters for the winter, th
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LAC disengagement: India to look out for signs of China not abiding by deal

If the dirt-track road the Chinese have built along the Galwan river all the way to the LAC is found to have been “black-topped” to asphalt in coming weeks, or if the People’s Liberation Army begins stocking up provisions and shelters for the winter, these would be read as indications the Chinese want to settle in rather than disengage, top-level officials in government said.

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