As India began its nationwide vaccination drive against Covid-19, as many as 1.91 lakh people were vaccinated on Day 1, Union Health Ministry said. A total of 16,755 vaccinators were also involved in the process across India, it said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched India’s Covid-19 vaccination drive, the world’s largest inoculation exercise against the novel coronavirus. In a virtual address, an emotional PM Modi paid tribute to scientists and healthcare workers, who have been on the frontlines of the pandemic. India will administer shots to three crore frontline workers in phase one. There are 3,006 session sites across the country, where 100 beneficiaries each will be given either of India’s two indigenous vaccines, Covaxin or Covishield.
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Poor visibility led to delay of over 40 flights at the Delhi airport and 24 trains.
Some remote hospitals are demonstrating challenges in rural and tribal areas as India takes to a digital platform for the first time for a countrywide immunisation drive against Covid-19.
According to the revised list, there are 3,73,66,306 male voters while the number of women eligible to vote is 3,59,27,084. There are 1,590 members of the third gender on the list.
Municipal commissioner Vikram Kumar issued guidelines under the provisions of the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897, to allow sports activities outside containment zones.
Extending support to the ongoing protests against the agri Acts, Sidhu said he hoped the laws will repealed, but added that the “bigger game” hitting the farming community was already on.
'Will remember Patel while visiting Somnath temple,' said Nitin Patel.
According to police, the elderly man had lured the two girls into his shop where he raped them one by one. Later, a crowd gathered in front of his shop after hearing the cries of the minors. One of the victims also managed to run out of the shop and narrated the incident to the crowd.
One of the seasoned politicians in Tamil Nadu, Gnanadesikan was elected to the Rajya Sabha twice from 2001-2007 and from 2007-2013.
Struggling to pay off debts that she ran up during her fourth daughter’s wedding, Tahera agreed to take the job and was promised a monthly salary of Rs 25,000.
Krishna, a resident of Jayanagar in south Bengaluru was arrested by the CCB in November last year for sourcing drugs through the darknet using bitcoins.
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Any change including whether in future CAT can be held in regional languages will have to be discussed with all the parties concerned considering capacity and competence, and availability of faculty and staff at IIMs, and importantly, how well students of other states cope up etc. It should be a thought-through decision and any hasty decision may not be desirable, said IIM-Ahmedabad admission incharge.