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'Shylaja Varma' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • BS Yediyurappa To Work From 德扑圈apphome After Staff Test Positive For COVID-19

    BS Yediyurappa To Work From 德扑圈apphome After Staff Test Positive For COVID-19

    Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said he will work from his 德扑圈apphome for a few days after some of the staff members at his official 德扑圈apphome office, "Krishna",in central Bengaluru tested positive for coronavirus. The Chief Minister has also tweeted the update.

  • Over Coronavirus 26,000 Cases In India In 24 Hours For First Time

    Over Coronavirus 26,000 Cases In India In 24 Hours For First Time

    India recorded the biggest single-day spike of 26,506 coronavirus cases on Thursday, pushing the total count to 7,93,802, according to data from the Union Health Ministry this morning. With 475 new deaths, the fatality count has gone up to 21,604. Maharashtra has reported the highest number of cases, followed by Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Gujarat, Uttar Pr...

  • "Heard Gunshots, Cops Asked Us To Leave": Passerby On Gangster Encounter

    "Heard Gunshots, Cops Asked Us To Leave": Passerby On Gangster Encounter

    Gangster Vikas Dubey was killed in an encounter after a road accident on Friday morning while being taken to Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh from Madhya Pradesh, where he was arrested yesterday.

  • Government Given 1 Month To Ensure Permanent Commission For Women In Army

    Government Given 1 Month To Ensure Permanent Commission For Women In Army

    The Supreme Court has given the government a months' time to implement its order "in letter and spirit", giving all women army officers under the Short Service Commission (SSC) a permanent commission in the army.

  • Infosys Flies Back 200 Employees, Families From US In Chartered Flight

    Infosys Flies Back 200 Employees, Families From US In Chartered Flight

    IT giant Infosys flew back some of its employees and their families who were stranded in the United States due to the coronavirus crisis and visa issues. They were flown back in a chartered flight. 200 people, employees and their families, were flown to Bengaluru, reaching early Monday morning. They will be working from Bengaluru or other locations...

  • Coronavirus Deaths In India Cross 20,000, Over 7 Lakh Cases So Far

    Coronavirus Deaths In India Cross 20,000, Over 7 Lakh Cases So Far

    India's coronavirus count crossed the seven lakh-mark on Monday, just four days after the number of infections in the country reached six lakh. 22,252 fresh cases and 467 deaths in the last 24 has pushed the total cases in the country to 7,19,665 and the death count to 20,160, figures from the Union Health Ministry this morning show. 4,39,948 patie...

  • Nearly 7 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India, 3rd Worst-Hit In World

    Nearly 7 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India, 3rd Worst-Hit In World

    India has overtaken Russia as the third worst-hit country by coronavirus after the total number of cases crossed 6.9 lakh on Sunday. The Union Health Ministry reported 24,248 cases and 425 deaths in the last 24 hours. The fresh cases and deaths have pushed the total cases in the country to 6,97,413 and the death count to 19,693. The sharp rise come...

  • Bollywood Choreographer Saroj Khan Dies At 71

    Bollywood Choreographer Saroj Khan Dies At 71

    Veteran Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan, who mentored generations of actors and was fondly known as "Masterji", died early this morning. She was admitted to Mumbai's Guru Nanak Hospital on June 20 after complaining of difficulty in breathing and died of cardiac arrest. She was 71.

  • On Camera, Andhra Government Employee Hits Woman Who Asked Him To Wear Mask

    On Camera, Andhra Government Employee Hits Woman Who Asked Him To Wear Mask

    A deputy manager in Andhra Pradesh government, working at a hotel belonging to the tourism department , has been arrested after he was caught on camera assaulting a differently-abled contract worker.

  • 2 Taj Hotels In Mumbai Get Calls Threatening 26/11-Like Attack: Police Sources

    2 Taj Hotels In Mumbai Get Calls Threatening 26/11-Like Attack: Police Sources

    Two Taj hotels in south Mumbai received threat calls from Pakistan last night, with the caller threatening to carry out a terror attack similar to the 26/11 attacks, Mumbai Police sources said today. Security has been heightened at both the hotels following the calls, police sources said.

  • Delhi To Have Plasma Bank, Arvind Kejriwal Asks Covid Survivors To Donate

    Delhi To Have Plasma Bank, Arvind Kejriwal Asks Covid Survivors To Donate

    The Delhi government will create a plasma bank to fight coronavirus, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said this afternoon, urging those who have recovered from the infection to donate plasma to help other patients.

  • What Manish Sisodia Said After Amit Shah Said His Comment "Created Fear"

    What Manish Sisodia Said After Amit Shah Said His Comment "Created Fear"

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal believes that the capital's battle against coronavirus is very big and that no one person or agency can deal with it alone, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Sunday after Union 德扑圈apphome Minister Amit Shah hit out at Mr Sisodia over the estimation that there will be 5.5 lakh COVID-19 cases in Delhi by July...

  • India Allows Use Of Low-Cost Steroid To Treat Coronavirus Patients

    India Allows Use Of Low-Cost Steroid To Treat Coronavirus Patients

    The government on Saturday allowed the use of the low-cost steroid drug dexamethasone as an alternative to methylprednisolone to treat coronavirus patients with moderate and severe symptoms. The World Health Organization had called for a rapid increase in production of dexamethasone, after British clinical trials found it had life-saving potential ...

  • CRPF Jawan, Six-Year-Old Die In Terror Attack In J&K's Anantnag

    CRPF Jawan, Six-Year-Old Die In Terror Attack In J&K's Anantnag

    A CRPF jawan and a six-year-old died after terrorists opened fire at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag on Friday afternoon, the police said.

  • Crisis Along China Border Due To "Mismanagement Of NDA": Sonia Gandhi

    Crisis Along China Border Due To "Mismanagement Of NDA": Sonia Gandhi

    The current crises the country faces, including the one along the border with China "is attributable to the mismanagement of the BJP-led NDA government and the wrong policies pursued by it", Congress chief Sonia Gandhi said today at a meeting of the party's top decision-making body.

'Shylaja Varma' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • BS Yediyurappa To Work From 德扑圈apphome After Staff Test Positive For COVID-19

    BS Yediyurappa To Work From 德扑圈apphome After Staff Test Positive For COVID-19

    Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said he will work from his 德扑圈apphome for a few days after some of the staff members at his official 德扑圈apphome office, "Krishna",in central Bengaluru tested positive for coronavirus. The Chief Minister has also tweeted the update.

  • Over Coronavirus 26,000 Cases In India In 24 Hours For First Time

    Over Coronavirus 26,000 Cases In India In 24 Hours For First Time

    India recorded the biggest single-day spike of 26,506 coronavirus cases on Thursday, pushing the total count to 7,93,802, according to data from the Union Health Ministry this morning. With 475 new deaths, the fatality count has gone up to 21,604. Maharashtra has reported the highest number of cases, followed by Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Gujarat, Uttar Pr...

  • "Heard Gunshots, Cops Asked Us To Leave": Passerby On Gangster Encounter

    "Heard Gunshots, Cops Asked Us To Leave": Passerby On Gangster Encounter

    Gangster Vikas Dubey was killed in an encounter after a road accident on Friday morning while being taken to Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh from Madhya Pradesh, where he was arrested yesterday.

  • Government Given 1 Month To Ensure Permanent Commission For Women In Army

    Government Given 1 Month To Ensure Permanent Commission For Women In Army

    The Supreme Court has given the government a months' time to implement its order "in letter and spirit", giving all women army officers under the Short Service Commission (SSC) a permanent commission in the army.

  • Infosys Flies Back 200 Employees, Families From US In Chartered Flight

    Infosys Flies Back 200 Employees, Families From US In Chartered Flight

    IT giant Infosys flew back some of its employees and their families who were stranded in the United States due to the coronavirus crisis and visa issues. They were flown back in a chartered flight. 200 people, employees and their families, were flown to Bengaluru, reaching early Monday morning. They will be working from Bengaluru or other locations...

  • Coronavirus Deaths In India Cross 20,000, Over 7 Lakh Cases So Far

    Coronavirus Deaths In India Cross 20,000, Over 7 Lakh Cases So Far

    India's coronavirus count crossed the seven lakh-mark on Monday, just four days after the number of infections in the country reached six lakh. 22,252 fresh cases and 467 deaths in the last 24 has pushed the total cases in the country to 7,19,665 and the death count to 20,160, figures from the Union Health Ministry this morning show. 4,39,948 patie...

  • Nearly 7 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India, 3rd Worst-Hit In World

    Nearly 7 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India, 3rd Worst-Hit In World

    India has overtaken Russia as the third worst-hit country by coronavirus after the total number of cases crossed 6.9 lakh on Sunday. The Union Health Ministry reported 24,248 cases and 425 deaths in the last 24 hours. The fresh cases and deaths have pushed the total cases in the country to 6,97,413 and the death count to 19,693. The sharp rise come...

  • Bollywood Choreographer Saroj Khan Dies At 71

    Bollywood Choreographer Saroj Khan Dies At 71

    Veteran Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan, who mentored generations of actors and was fondly known as "Masterji", died early this morning. She was admitted to Mumbai's Guru Nanak Hospital on June 20 after complaining of difficulty in breathing and died of cardiac arrest. She was 71.

  • On Camera, Andhra Government Employee Hits Woman Who Asked Him To Wear Mask

    On Camera, Andhra Government Employee Hits Woman Who Asked Him To Wear Mask

    A deputy manager in Andhra Pradesh government, working at a hotel belonging to the tourism department , has been arrested after he was caught on camera assaulting a differently-abled contract worker.

  • 2 Taj Hotels In Mumbai Get Calls Threatening 26/11-Like Attack: Police Sources

    2 Taj Hotels In Mumbai Get Calls Threatening 26/11-Like Attack: Police Sources

    Two Taj hotels in south Mumbai received threat calls from Pakistan last night, with the caller threatening to carry out a terror attack similar to the 26/11 attacks, Mumbai Police sources said today. Security has been heightened at both the hotels following the calls, police sources said.

  • Delhi To Have Plasma Bank, Arvind Kejriwal Asks Covid Survivors To Donate

    Delhi To Have Plasma Bank, Arvind Kejriwal Asks Covid Survivors To Donate

    The Delhi government will create a plasma bank to fight coronavirus, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said this afternoon, urging those who have recovered from the infection to donate plasma to help other patients.

  • What Manish Sisodia Said After Amit Shah Said His Comment "Created Fear"

    What Manish Sisodia Said After Amit Shah Said His Comment "Created Fear"

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal believes that the capital's battle against coronavirus is very big and that no one person or agency can deal with it alone, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Sunday after Union 德扑圈apphome Minister Amit Shah hit out at Mr Sisodia over the estimation that there will be 5.5 lakh COVID-19 cases in Delhi by July...

  • India Allows Use Of Low-Cost Steroid To Treat Coronavirus Patients

    India Allows Use Of Low-Cost Steroid To Treat Coronavirus Patients

    The government on Saturday allowed the use of the low-cost steroid drug dexamethasone as an alternative to methylprednisolone to treat coronavirus patients with moderate and severe symptoms. The World Health Organization had called for a rapid increase in production of dexamethasone, after British clinical trials found it had life-saving potential ...

  • CRPF Jawan, Six-Year-Old Die In Terror Attack In J&K's Anantnag

    CRPF Jawan, Six-Year-Old Die In Terror Attack In J&K's Anantnag

    A CRPF jawan and a six-year-old died after terrorists opened fire at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag on Friday afternoon, the police said.

  • Crisis Along China Border Due To "Mismanagement Of NDA": Sonia Gandhi

    Crisis Along China Border Due To "Mismanagement Of NDA": Sonia Gandhi

    The current crises the country faces, including the one along the border with China "is attributable to the mismanagement of the BJP-led NDA government and the wrong policies pursued by it", Congress chief Sonia Gandhi said today at a meeting of the party's top decision-making body.

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