Muslim Students Made to Sit Separately for Exam in MP, Authorities Deny Charge

Parents of these students complained of discrimination against their wards, a charge outrightly denied by the authorities. Read the Rest at News18 Read more »

Nepal’s Parliament likely to vote on new map on Saturday

Nepal’s Parliament is set to hold a special session on Saturday to vote on a constitutional amendment to come out with a new political map laying claim over the... Read more »

Bengaluru student, charged with sedition for raising ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans at anti-CAA rally, granted bail after 3 months in jail

Amulya Leona Noronha, a college student from Bengaluru who was charged with sedition for raising the ‘Pakistan zindabad’ slogan at an anti-Citizenship Act (CAA) rally earlier this year, has... Read more »

India-Pakistan Technical-level Meeting on Locust Issue Proposed for June 18, Says MEA Spokesperson

MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said that last month India had taken an initiative to develop regional cooperation to control locusts and as part of this cooperation it has dispatched... Read more »

India’s First Sero-survey Report Shows Less Than 1% of Population Have Covid-19 Infection

The first part of the study by the ICMR revealed that less than one per cent of the population surveyed showed evidence of past exposure to the virus and... Read more »

India becomes fourth most-affected country by COVID-19 as cases near 1.9 lakh; govt denies community transmission, says lockdown prevented rapid spread

The nationwide COVID-19 case neared 1.9 lakh on Thursday with a record one-day increase of nearly 10,000 cases taking the count of infections detected this month to almost one... Read more »

Telangana: 9 deaths, 209 new COVID-19 cases detected; tally reaches 4,320

Telangana continued to witness a surge in COVID-19 cases on Thursday, with 209 fresh cases and nine deaths being reported, taking the infection count in the state to 4,320... Read more »

West Bengal govt calls meeting with 17 state sports associations to discuss restart plans

The West Bengal government has called a meeting on Friday with 17 sports associations of the state, including cricket and football, to discuss plans for the resumption of sporting... Read more »

West Bengal Govt to Add Mask, Soap to Mid-day Meal Items of State-run Schools amid Covid-19 Pandemic

The minister said the government will also provide free text books, exercise books and pencils to students in Amphan-affected areas of the state. Read the Rest at News18 Read more »

India’s COVID-19 tally nears 2.9 lakh; Almost 1 lakh cases in June so far

The nationwide COVID-19 tally neared 2.9 lakh on Thursday with a record one-day increase of nearly 10,000 cases taking the count of infections detected this month to almost one... Read more »