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New virus found in China, another pandemic feared

The world is still grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, whose source of origin is yet to be ascertained. The World Health Organisation (WHO) says identifying and understanding the origin of coronavirus pandemic is key to an effective fight against ravaging Covid-19. And, at such a moment, the discovery of a new virus in China has triggered heightened concerns among the health experts

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Politics

BREAKING: Govt bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok

Government has announced a ban on 59 such Chinese apps, including Tik Tok. Government has decided to disallow the usage of these apps both in mobile and non-mobile Internet-enabled devices

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World

India-China to hold Lt General-level talks tomorrow on LAC standoff

Indian and Chinese army delegations, led by corps commanders, will hold a meeting at Chushul in Ladakh on Tuesday with a focus on cooling tensions and thinning military build-up on both sides of the contested Line of Actual Control (LAC), people familiar with developments said on Monday

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Entertainment

Sonu Sood on Sushant's demise: Not right to blame one section of Bollywood

While talking about Sushant, Sonu Sood recalled the time when he was struggling to be an actor as he said that no matter how talented you are, it is very difficult to make a mark in the industry for yourself. Moreover, Sonu pointed out that the fact of the matter is that there are hardly people in the industry who are outsiders and have become successful in the industry. Post Sushant’s demise, as we all know, a debate around nepotism started as fans of Sushant feel that it was due to nepotism that Sushant was made to feel like an outsider in the industry and talking about the whole insider-outsider debate, Sonu Sood said that it is not right to blame one section of the industry for someone’s death

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National

No Delhi lockdown is being planned, says CM Arvind Kejriwal amid rise in Covid-19 cases

No reimposition of lockdown is being planned in Delhi, tweeted chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday, quelling rumours of a possible shutdown amid a sharp rise in the coronavirus cases in the national capital

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Society

Man rapes daughter after giving sleeping pills for cold in Bengaluru

Following the crime, which took place on the night of June 23, the teen reportedly attempted suicide after her stepmother didn’t help her register a complaint, a report in the Times Now said

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National

Coronavirus live: 19,459 new cases, 380 deaths reported in 24 hours

The infections in India inched closer to 5.5 lakh-mark with 19,459 new cases being reported in the last 24 hours. The toll also rose to 16,459 after 380 deaths were reported. Of the 5,48,318 cases, 3.2 lakh patients have recovered, while 2.1 lakh infections are still active. Amid the surge, several states have reimposed full or partial lockdown, while others like Telangana are pondering on imposing fresh curbs. The last one lakh cases in India have been added in less than a week

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Politics

‘You say what China and Pakistan like’: Amit Shah attacks Rahul Gandhi

He also took on Congress for not appointing anyone apart from the members of Gandhi family its president. “After Advaniji, Rajnathji, Nitinji, Rajnathji again, I became (party president) and now Naddaji. Is there a member of the same family? After Indiraji, tell me a Congress President who is outside the Gandhi family. What democracy they talk about?” said Shah

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National

No one can mess with India, we know how to answer back: PM Modi on 'Mann Ki Baat'

In a clear reference to China, PM said that India knows how to maintain friendship, but it can certainly look someone in the eye and retaliate. He paid tribute to the Indian soldiers and said that our brave-hearts have shown that they won’t let any harm be done to 'Mother India'. Their valour will always be remembered. Families who lost their sons, still want to send their other children to defence forces. Their spirit and sacrifice is venerable, PM said

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Politics

Fuel Price Hike: Congress to Hold Nationwide Protest on Monday

The Congress will on Monday (June 29) hold a nationwide agitation against the continuous daily hike in the petrol and diesel prices in Delhi. The party has also decided that its MPs, MLAs and leaders will submit memorandums to President Ram Nath Kovind demanding a withdrawal of the hikes

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Politics

Yashwant Sinha announces his front will contest Bihar Assembly poll

Former Union Finance and External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha on Saturday announced that his upcoming political front would be contesting the Bihar Assembly election “strongly for a better Bihar”

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National

Swarm Of Locusts Reaches Gurugram, may enter Delhi

Huge swarms of locust have now reached Gurgaon and covered large tracts of the region in Haryana. Several areas in Gurgaon saw swarms of locust covering the skies on Saturday. High alert has been issued in adjoining districts of Delhi as well

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