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Foreign Office minister Baroness Sugg resigns over foreign aid cuts
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The government will ensure that the benefit of child welfare schemes reaches to the children: CM Gehlot
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Large queues and full trolleys suggest panic buying ahead of new lockdown
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More than one million lab-confirmed coronavirus cases recorded in UK
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK cases pass 1,000,000
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Andy Burnham on Government ultimatum: I am determined to try and respond positively
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'My Town My Pride' programme begins in J-K's Poonch
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Andy Burnham doesn't rule out legal action against Government
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'Govt's alternative is costly', says farmer after burning stubble
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Anurag Thakur slams Udit Raj over his 'Kumbh fair' tweet
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'Govt always open for talks': Agriculture Secy after 29 farm leaders walked out of meeting
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'Jan Andolan for COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour' to continue till March: Govt
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Rishi Sunak reaffirms Government's Winter Economy Plan as new restrictions introduced
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Northern businesses condemn Government's latest wage support package
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'Govt in touch with Libyan authorities to rescue 7 abducted Indians': MEA
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MP government will bring law against 'Love Jihad': State home minister Narottam MishraThe minister added that under the law, the kin of the person who has been converted will have to file a complaint for action.
Covid-19: Govt deliberating on holding next Parliament session in JanuaryWith no respite in the rising Covid-19 cases across the country, the Centre has taken a cautious approach and is likely to decide against holding the Parliament's winter session this year. Sources in..
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Social gatherings in festivities, poor air quality among reasons for Covid cases rise in Delhi: Govt
Qatar strip search: Govt says baby dumped in bin in 'appalling attempt to kill her'A newborn baby at the centre of the Doha airport strip-search scandal was found in plastic bag and "buried under garbage" in a trash can, the Qatar Government has revealed.In a statement released today..
Massey shake-up: Science societies urge Govt to step inCalls for the Government to intervene in floated cuts to Massey University science academic staff have stepped up, with an urgent appeal to ministers by several scientific societies.But a spokesperson..
Govt plans to map madrassa education system to link students to formal educationWith a view to strengthen and modernise madrassas across the country, the minority affairs ministry has decided to commission a study to find out the status and requirements for quality education in..
India saw 310 cases/m in last 7 days, among lowest globally: Govt
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Govt relaxes eligibility criteria for highway projects
Govt extends home secretary Ajay Bhalla's tenure till August 2021
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Covid-19: Case fatality rate 1.2% without co-morbidities, 18% with them, says Government dataThe overall case fatality rate of people with co-morbidities like diabetes, hypertension, renal and heart diseases and cancer is 17.9%, while it is 1.2% for those without co-morbidities, according to..
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LAC row: Govt eases curbs on defence spendingThe ongoing military confrontation with China along the line of actual control has prompted the government to ease spending restrictions on defence while keeping tabs on expenditure on non-essential..
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Govt will consider revoking suspension of RS MPs if they apologise for their behaviour: PrasadThe government will consider revoking the suspension of eight Rajya Sabha members only after they apologise for their behaviour in the Upper House, Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Tuesday...
Farmers need many thousand markets, not one: ChidambaramCommenting on this, Chidambaram tweeted, "Government has released advertisements defending the Farm Bills. One line in the advertisement says that 'One Nation One Market' will give freedom to the..
Govt waives permit requirement for transport vehicles carrying oxygen amid Covid-19The government on Monday said it has waived permit requirement for transport vehicles carrying oxygen in view of Covid-19 pandemic. The step is likely to ensure smooth movement of the vehicles,..
Islamic State most active Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra: Govt
Islamic State most active in 12 Indian states: Govt to PaliamentBy Rajnish Singh New Delhi, Sep 16 : With Islamic State and its various manifestations spreading base in 12 Indian states in recent years, the Sunni jihadists’ group is now “most active” in these..
No infiltration at China border in 6 months: Govt in RSNew Delhi: The government on Wednesday said there has been no infiltration along the Sino-Indian border in the last six months, while 47 infiltration bids have...
Ravi Kishan asks Govt to take strict action against drug traffickers
Yoga, walks & Chyawanprash: Govt issues new protocol for Covid-19 recovered patients
Govt's 'well planned fight' against Covid has put India in 'abyss of GDP reduction': Rahul GandhiTaking a dig at the government, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said its "well planned fight" against coronavirus has allegedly put India in an "abyss" of GDP reduction of 24 per cent, 12..
Govt's skill agenda is to create workforce to match global demands: PM Modi
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Leaders react to Government ‘treachery’ on BrexitA “treacherous betrayal” enacted by a group of Tory “charlatans” is how various political figures have described the Government’s reported plan to rip-up the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement ahead..
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High Court permits individuals to install & immerse Ganesha idols in Tamil Nadu, amid Govt ban on public celebrationCourt has also emphasized that the Tamil Nadu's government's ban on public celebrations, processions, installation of idols in public on Ganesh Chaturthi will be in force.
Covid-19: Govt to review guidelines to see if 'on-demand' testing can be allowedWith nearly nine lakh Covid-19 tests being held per day, the government on Tuesday said it would review the guidelines for testing to see if it can be made available on an on-demand basis for the..
Agri exports beat Covid-19 trouble to record increase, Govt sets up export promotion forums for eight farm produce
Covid-19 vaccine: Govt panel meets representatives of leading domestic manufacturersThe national expert group on vaccine administration for Covid-19 met representatives of leading domestic manufactures, including Serum Institute of India, Bharat Biotech and Zydus Cadila, on Monday to..
Include chapters on citizens duties in school books: Govt to NCERT, statesAs public participation gains significance in the fight against coronavirus, the Centre on Friday asked the NCERT and state governments to include chapters on citizens' duties in school books. Union..
Gov't plans to sell remained GM sharesTaxpayers will soon no longer own a piece of General Motors. The government plans to sell its remaining 31 million shares of the auto giant by the end of the year. Taxpayers spent nearly $50 billion..
Government's last minute exams u-turn is 'complete fiasco', Keir Starmer saysMinisters had months to find workable solution, Labour leader says
Govt has betrayed 'Corona Warriors': Rahul GandhiCongress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday alleged that the government had "betrayed" COVID-19 frontline workers by not providing them adequate protective equipment.
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