West Bengal spent ₹4,000 cr. to tackle COVID-19, says TMC

Centre not providing enough monetary support to deal with pandemic, party says; State adds 3,459 cases, 52 deaths …

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Odisha forms SIT to probe killing of 5-year-old

High Court asked to appoint a sitting judge to monitor investigation …

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IIM CAT 2020 to be held today: Dress code, COVID-19 guidelines and SOPs to follow

IIM CAT 2020 to be held today: Dress code, COVID-19 guidelines and SOPs to follow…

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After going around world, vaccine will be found in Pune: NCP MP Supriya Sule

Modi visited the SII facility near here to review the development and manufacturing of coronavirus vaccine. Speaking at a campaign meeting for election to the Pune Graduates Constituency of the Legislative Council at Talegaon Dabhade, Sule said, “He (Modi) is in Pune today….

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Won’t talk to Khattar until he apologises for ‘inflicting brutality’ on farmers, says Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

Won’t talk to Khattar until he apologises for ‘inflicting brutality’ on farmers, says Punjab CM Amarinder Singh…

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Coronavirus | Power cuts leave Kashmir’s COVID-19 patients gasping

Oxygen concentrators in home treatment break down. …

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Cold conditions prevail in north India, heavy rainfall likely in southern states from Dec 1

In Delhi, the minimum temperature was recorded at 10.1 degrees Celsius and the maximum was 26.4 degrees Celsius. The city’s air quality slipped back into the “poor” category, a day after favourable wind speed helped it improve significantly. With winds slowing down, government agencies said the air quality is likely to deteriorate further. The city’s 24-hour average air quality index (AQI) was 231 on Saturday….

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COVID vaccine will be distributed initially in India; amazed at how much PM Modi knew: Adar Poonawalla

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The pitfalls of regulating social media

November has been an eventful month for people on either side of the free-speech debate. On November 17, the CEOs of Facebook and Twitter, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey, respectively, appeared before the US Senate Judiciary Committee to answer questions about their companies labelling content as “free speech” or “hate speech”. While the Republican senators questioned the platforms on censorship and anti-conservative bias, Democrats raised issues relating to content inciting violence and social unrest. Some law- makers even wanted to strip some of the legal protection the tech companies have from the majority of content posted on their platforms. The free…

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After Ahmed Patel: Can the Gandhis pull Congress out of the mess?

​​The question now is whether Rahul and his mother Sonia Gandhi have it in them to pull the party out of the morass in the absence of the man who was the bridge to everything beyond their realm. …

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