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  • Global Covid-19 caseload tops 195.2 mn
    WASHINGTON:The overall global Covid-19 caseload has topped 195.2 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 4.17 million and vaccinations soared to over 3.91 billion, according to the Johns Hopkins University.
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  • Man stabbed with scissors by brothers over property feud
    MORADABAD(UP):In a gruesome incident, a man was allegedly stabbed to death by his elder brothers with scissors over a property dispute.The police said the elder brothers - Shamshad and Naushad - had gone to meet Iqbal, 30, to discuss a property-related matter and stabbed him to death following an argument, with his scissors.
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  • 4 dead, many missing after cloudburst in J&K's Kishtwar
    SRINAGAR: Four people were killed and many went missing on Wednesday after a cloudburst hit Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar district.Official sources said the cloudburst hit Honzar village in Dachan area of Kishtwar district.
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  • President Kovind responds to Ayodhya Padma awardee's plea
    AYODHYA(UP):A petition filed before President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, by Padma awardee Mohammad Sharif, has evoked a prompt response.The President's secretariat informed that Sharif's July 19 petition has been forwarded to UP chief minister's office for necessary action.
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  • 18 killed in UP as truck rams into stationary bus
    BARABANKI(Uttar Pradesh):Eighteen people were killed when a truck rammed into a double-decker bus on the Lucknow-Ayodhya National Highway under the Ram Sanehighat police circle.
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  • Three held for human trafficking in UP
    LUCKNOW:The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad (UP ATS) has arrested a Bangladeshi and two of his Rohingya accomplices from Ghaziabad on charges of human trafficking.
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  • Gurugram DC issues directions to resolve waterlogging problem
    GURUGRAM: Heavy rains lashed several parts of Gurugram on Tuesday, leading to severe waterlogging in many areas of the city.Taking a serious note of the matter, Deputy Commissioner of Gurugram, Yash Garg, convened a meeting of the officials of Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) and ordered them to adopt effective steps to deal with the waterlogging problem in the city.
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  • Karnataka logs 1,501 new Covid cases, 32 deaths
    BENGALURU:As an evidence of the pandemic's second wave weakening, only 1,501 new Covid cases were registered in a day in Karnataka, while 32 died of the infection, said the state health bulletin on Tuesday
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  • Oppn leaders to meet Wed morning for chalking out joint strategy
    NEW DELHI: After repeated adjournments on their demand for a discussion on the Pegasus snooping issue, leaders of opposition parties in the Lok Sabha met on Tuesday evening and decided a meeting of leaders of both houses will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday chalk out a joint strategy.
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  • Deputy Commissioner visits development work sites
    PATIALA:To ensure the holistic development of heritage city Patiala in time bound manner, Deputy Commissioner Mr Kumar Amit visited the development works sites and reviewed the progress of construction of these projects
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  • Session judge visits central jail- Reviews medical and other facilities for inmates
    KAPURTHALA:District session Judge Amarinder singh Grewal today made a surprise visit at the central Jail kapurthala to review the medical and other facilities given to inmates especially during the covid times.
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  • Protest by labourers' trade unions in front of Nawanshahr MLA's residence
    NAWANSHAHR:A joint front of rural and farm workers' organizations here today staged a dharna in front of the residence of Congress MLA Angad Singh of Nawanshahr constituency, demanding the fulfillment workers' demands.
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  • Kapurthala police bust inter state gang of cattle thieves
    KAPURTHALA:The police today busted a inter state gang of cattle thieves by arresting its five members and recovered eight stolen cattle besides a Mahindra pick-up used ferrying milk yielding cattle.
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  • Training programs related to his department. August 9, 2021 for training of milk producers
    FEROZEPUR: With some relief from the stagnation in government activities due to the Covid-19 epidemic, Day also conducted training programs related to his department. August 9, 2021 for training of milk producers under this series
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  • Vijay Inder Singla hands over appointment letters to 42 newly-appointed employees in education department
    CHANDIGARH:Punjab School Education Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla today handed over appointment letters to 42 newly-appointed employees in the education department. During a brief program held at Punjab Bhawan adhering to Covid norms, the cabinet minister said that the employees have been inducted in the department on various posts on compassionate grounds which included a science mistress, a social science mistress, a librarian, an ETT, 10 clerks, 3 SLAs, 18 peons, 4 chowkidars and 3 sweepers.
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  • One Day Workshop on Drug De-Addiction by Panjab University
    CHANDIGARH: The National Cadet Corps (NCC), Panjab University, Chandigarh and Centre for Human Rights and Duties, Panjab University, Chandigarh organized a one-day workshop for NCC Cadets of Panjab University on Drug De-addiction.
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  • Married woman missing, report registered
    SHAHKOT: The Shahkot police have registered a missing report in connection with disappearance of a married woman.
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  • Soni hands over appointment letters to 202 Staff Nurses and 73 Paramedical Technicians
    CHANDIGARH:Medical Education and Research Minister Punjab Mr. O.P. Soni today handed over appointment letters to 202 Staff Nurses and 73 Paramedical Technicians.
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  • CLAT 2021 Result to be out tomorrow
    CHANDIGARH: The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLU) has announced the CLAT 2021 Result release will be declared on July 28, 2021 on its official website. Students who applied for the exam can check their results on consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
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  • E-Auction of GMADA sites from Aug 4 to Aug 16
    CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has provided an opportunity to the people to purchase property in SAS Nagar. The Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) is conducting e-auction of more than 40 sites for IT, Nursing homes, industrial, commercial and residential at SAS Nagar. The e-auction would be started at 9 am on August 4 and would end at 1 pm on August 16, 2021.
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