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All the 28 elephants of Theppakaadu camp in Mudumalai in Nilgiris district have tested negative for coronavirus
All elephants in Mudumalai camp test COVID-19 negative
All the 28 elephants of Theppakaadu camp in Mudumalai in Nilgiris district have tested negative for coronavirus.
The elephants had undergone the test three days ago as a precautionary measure after nine lions of the Anna Zoo in Chennai tested positive, an official release said on Saturday.
The samples were sent to the Indian Veterinary Research Institute at Izatnagar, Uttar Pradesh, the results of which were received today.
However, the Forest Department and the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve would not let the guard down and would continue to follow necessary precautions to keep off the infection, the release said.
There were no such talks, I am still in Bharatiya Janata Party: BJP leader Rajib Banerjee on being asked whether he is going to join the Trinamool Congress
Banmara & Jins Jara Kani villages located at Jharkhand & Chhattisgarh border achieved 100% vaccination
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BJP leader Rajib Banerjee arrives at Trinamool Congress's state secretary Kunal Ghosh's residence in Kolkata
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Karnataka government allows economic and other activities in a graded manner
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Delhi records 213 new COVID-19 cases, lowest in over three months
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Mumbai, Raigad, Ratnagiri likely to receive extremely heavy rainfall on June 13 and 14, says Regional Meteorological Centre
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People know who is responsible for unemployment, price rise, pandemic, says Rahul Gandhi
Pandemic, inflation, unemployment
The one who is sitting silent even after seeing all
People know #ZimmedarKaun, tweeted Rahul Gandhi
GST Council approves rate reduction for Remdesivir from 12% to 5%; nil tax on Tocilizumab, Amphotericin: FM
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GST on ambulances cut to 12% from current 28%, says Finance Minister
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Two cops, as many civilians killed as militants open fire in Sopore town in J-K
Two policemen and as many civilians were killed and at least three others injured on Saturday when militants opened fire targeting security forces in Sopore town of Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said.
Militants fired upon a joint party of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and police near Main Chowk Sopore in north Kashmir district around noon, they said.
The officials said in the firing, two police personnel and two civilians were killed.
At least three others, including a policeman, were injured in the attack, they said.
Woman was wilful participant in physical relationship for 4 years: Allahabad High Court grants bail to accused charged under the anti-conversion law
( Source: Bar and Bench)
UK hails G7 declaration on preventing future pandemics
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TMC leader Mukul Roy writes to MHA for withdrawal of his Central security cover
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Central Railway suspends local trains between Dadar-Kurla due to rising water level on tracks in Mumbai
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Firing in Sopore town of Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir; details awaited: Officials
Children are the future, they deserve education, health and smiles, says Rahul Gandhi
Children are the future. They deserve education, health and smiles.
Let’s make every day #WorldDayAgainstChildLabour, tweeted Rahul Gandhi
Delhi: Firefighting operation underway at a clothing showroom in Lajpat Nagar
We congratulate people of Delhi who have together faced Covid second wave with struggle and discipline and succeeded in controlling it: CM
BSP to contest on 20 seats, and SAD to contest remaining 97 seats, says Sukhbir Singh Badal
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Chances of third wave of Covid hitting us are quite real, says Kejriwal
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People of Delhi have come shoulder-to-shoulder in combating second Covid wave, our gratitude to industry sector too for joining fight: CM
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We pray that third wave of Covid doesn't hit us, but if it happens Delhi has to again fight together: CM Arvind Kejriwal
We congratulate people of Delhi who have together faced Covid second wave with struggle and discipline and succeeded in controlling it
Fire breaks out at a clothing showroom in Central Market of Lajpat Nagar area
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Police & govt want to instigate farmers, says Rakeh Tikait
Police & govt want to instigate farmers. If they (police) have been visiting the site for days, contact should have been established. They can file FIR, but there should be something to write in it: BKU leader Rakesh Tikait
They (Police) must have been in civil dress & farmers might have mistaken them for channel people (media) who portray their movement in bad light. We don't engage in violence: BKU leader Rakesh Tikait on farmers allegedly assaulting two policemen for clicking photos on June 10
4 children killed in massive landslide in Mizoram
Four children were killed and two others injured as a massive landslide swept away a building in Aizawl in Mizoram, police said on Saturday.
The incident happened around 9.30 pm on Friday at Thuampui neighbourhood in the Bawngkawn police station area in the northeastern part of the city, they said.
An Assam-type building, in which a seven-member family lived, was swept away by the retaining wall that collapsed due to a landslip, triggered by rains, police said.
Six of the seven family members were present in the house at the time of the incident, they said.
Four children, aged between three and 16, died on the spot. The head of the family, Lalbiakzuala (75), escaped from the debris and another member was rescued alive, police said.
The bodies were recovered from the debris during the rescue operation launched by police and local volunteers soon after the incident.
The last body to be recovered was that of a 16-year- old girl, who was killed along with her twin sister, around 6 am on Saturday, police said.
Three occupants of another building, which stood below, managed to escape when they heard the loud noise of the landslide.
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J&K govt suspends 13 officers for unauthorised withdrawal of funds
The Jammu and Kashmir government has suspended 13 officers for unauthorised withdrawal of developmental funds.
An order issued on Friday evening by the principal secretary rural development department said that these officers had withdrawn funds from e-FMS (Electronic Financial Management System) accounts without any authorisation.
The suspended officers include two Assistant Commissioners Development (ACDs) and eight Block Development Officers (BDOs) belonging to the Kashmir Administrative Service (KAS).