Sushant case: Viscera report to be ready after September 17

The analysis report of Sushant Singh Rajput’s viscera sample at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is likely to be ready on September 17 or 20. The samples had been analysed in Mumbai once after the autopsy and were sent to AIIMS for a second analysis. “We have just received some of the materials from Maharashtra and will take some time to give out a report. Some of the papers are in Marathi and need to be translated. A medical board is likely to be convened on September 17 and…

Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi govt over deaths of migrant workers

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday attacked the government for stating in Parliament on Monday — the first day of the 18-day uninterrupted monsoon session — that it did not know how many migrant workers had died during the coronavirus disease (Covid-19)-induced lockdown while returning to their native places. “Modi government does not know how many migrant workers died or how many people lost their jobs during the lockdown,” he tweeted in Hindi. “You didn’t count so what, nobody died? Yes, but it is unfortunate that there was no impact on the…

Hope Parliament sends message that country stands behind soldiers guarding borders:PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed confidence that Parliament will unitedly give this message that the country is standing solidly behind soldiers guarding India’s borders. In his remarks to media before the commencement of Parliament’s monsoon session, Modi noted, in an apparent reference to the ongoing border row with China in Ladakh, that Indian soldiers are bravely discharging their duties while standing guard in difficult hilly terrains with snowfall expected in the coming days and weeks. Noting that many important decisions and debates will happen in Parliament, he expressed…

COVID-19 Tests In Delhi Highest In The World: Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the Corona tests conducted in the national capital is highest in the world with 3,057 tests conducted here per day per million population. Addressing the Delhi Assembly in a special session on Monday, Kejriwal said around 3,000 corona tests were conducted per million population per day in the UK, 1,388 in the US, 2,311 in Russia, and 858 in Peru while India has an average of 819 tests per million per day. He further said that the Corona in Delhi has been controlled to a…

Congress is playing the voice of the public in lockdown, playing a strong opposition role

On one side, where the economy was badly affected in the lockdown declared by the Corona epidemic, on the other hand, the general public, the workers have faced terrible problems. At such a time, the Congress became the voice of the people and is playing the role of a strong opposition. The Congress first raised the voice of bringing back the migrant laborers and made the state government aware of the problems faced by the laborers. The state government implemented this, which was welcomed by the Congress. A group of…

Kesco SDO Parag Dairy Division,distributes ration to the contract employees From Self Pocket

Currently everyone is affected by the epidemic everywhere, every class is afraid of this epidemic. many days have passed since the Janata curfew and then Lockdown, now the middle class is also getting affected by this epidemic. Now the concern of food is increasing in front of the middle class. Meanwhile many social institutions and administration are constantly providing food material to everyone, in such a way today Amit Mishra and JE Nizamuddin, SDO of Kesco Parag Dairy Division, given ration to 40 needy contract workers and helpless people at…

Nitish holds meeting over rainfall, flood alert

 Patna | Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday held a high-level meeting in the backdrop of heavy rain reported from several districts in the state and a flood alert sounded by the Met department for the next few days, official sources said.At the meeting, Kumar issued instructions for the evacuation of people from villages in which waters have entered through swollen rivers and their relocation to relief camps.He expressed concern over Disaster Management Principal Secretary Pratyay Amrit’s submission that the catchment areas of Nepal were expected receive up to…

President Kovind, Bollywood celebrities wish Lata Mangeshakar on 90th birthday

Mumbai | President Ram Nath Kovind and people from the Indian film industry on Saturday wished good health and happiness to legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar on her 90th birthday.Mangeshkar’s extensive experience and work in the industry, ranging from 1942 to 2015, has earned her many sobriquets, such as Queen of Melody and the Nightingale of India.She started her career at the age of 13 in 1942 and has till now sung over 25, 000 songs, in different languages.President Kovind took to Twitter to wish the veteran musician.”Greetings and good wishes to…

Pak PM going door-to-door around world, creating content for cartoonists: Rajnath

The Pakistan prime minister is going door-to-door around the world and creating content for cartoonists, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday, a day after Imran Khan raised the Kashmir issue in his address to the UN General Assembly. Singh also said there are some powers who want to carry out a Mumbai-like attack along India’s coastal regions, but their plans will not succeed. The defence minister on Saturday commissioned India’s second Scorpene-class submarine INS Khanderi and launched INS Nigiri, the first ship of the P-17A frigates, in two separate…

Hostile neighbourhood wants to destabilise India: Rajnath at INS Nilgiri launch

State-sponsored terrorism is a big challenge and “our hostile neighbourhood” wants to destabilise India, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday at the launch of frigate INS Nilgiri here.INS Nilgiri, the first ship of the P-17A frigates, was launched here. The defence minister earlier commissioned the India’s second Scorpene-class submarine INS Khanderi in the metropolis.”We are moving forward, and our commercial interests are getting wider, and with this, our dangers are also getting bigger. We need to understand this reality,” Singh said.INS Nilgiri is the first of the Indian Navy’s…