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IIT Mandi To Set Up Farmer Producer Bodies In Himachal Pradesh

Jan 14, 2021 IANS

NABARD has sanctioned Rs 35 lakhs to IIT Mandi and EWOK Society to promote and set up three farmer producer organisations in three years.

IPL COO Hemang Amin Replaces Rahul Johri As BCCI Interim CEO

Jul 14, 2020 IANS

Hemang Amin's appointment comes in the wake of Rahul Johri's resignation almost a year before his contract was to finish


To Drop Some Weight, Try Low Carb Instead Of No Carb

Carbohydrates are critical for our body in reasonable doses. So skip the white bread, and try legumes and whole grains instead.

Rajasthan: Congress MLAs Shifted To Hotel; Party Resolution Supports Ashok Gehlot Govt

Jul 13, 2020 IANS

Amid the rising crisis posed by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's sulking deputy Sachin Pilot who declared that the Congress government is in a minority, 107 MLAs have been shifted to a hotel.


Scindia Loyalists Get Good Share Of Portfolios In Madhya Pradesh Cabinet

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has finally allocated portfolios to his ministers and Jyotiraditya Scindia camp has succeeded in getting major ministries.

12 July, 2020

Russian University Says It Has Finished Human Trials For Covid-19 Vaccine

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Russia had allowed clinical trials of two forms of a potential Covid-19 vaccine developed by the Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology on June 18.


12 July, 2020

ENG Vs WI, 1st Test: Jermaine Blackwood Keeps West Indies On COurse Of Victory

IANS

The Windies were reeling at 35/3 going into Lunch chasing 200 for a win after England gun-quicks Jofra Archer and Mark Wood breathed fire to shave off the top-order


12 July, 2020

Old Air India Files Show How New Director Of Operations Shielded Fraudster Pilots In Past

IANS

According to a Twitter post which provides a slew of confidential papers, Capt Sandhu was terminated for anti-management activities.


12 July, 2020

Sweat Is Not Possible Everywhere In The World: Bhuvneshwar Kumar

IANS

Bhuvneshwar Kumar had earlier said the ICC needs to come up with some other way for players to shine the ball as the use of saliva has been banned in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic


12 July, 2020

Afghanistan Star Rashid Khan Unlikely To Get Married - Here's Why

IANS

Afghanistan's most famous cricketer, Rashid Khan has said that he will get married only after his country win the World Cup, which is very unlikely


12 July, 2020

Fuming Sunil Gavaskar Slams Nasser Hussain For His 'India Nice Side' Comment

IANS

An angry Sunil Gavaskar asked Nasser Hussian what does he know about of the Indian cricket team before Sourav Ganguly was appointed captain in 2000


12 July, 2020

I-League Plans To Host Entire Season In Kolkata - Report

IANS

Considering the health situation in the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic, I-League could be held behind-closed-doors


12 July, 2020

Athletes Should Be Given A Higher Pedestal In Society, Says Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju

IANS

Kiren Rijiju said that while the central government is willing to support any athlete that has represented India at international meets, he hopes the state governments similarly lend a helping hand


12 July, 2020

Rohit Sharma's Grace Comes With A Downside, Says David Gower

IANS

David Gower said that while Rohit Sharma plays with a lot of grace, none of it would have mattered had he not been able to stay at the crease for long enough


12 July, 2020

Ronaldinho Loses Appeal For Release From House Arrest

IANS

Ronaldinho and his older sibling Roberto Assis spent more than a month in prison for allegedly entering Paraguay with fake passports


12 July, 2020

Aishwarya Rai, Aaradhya And Jaya Bachchan Test Negative For Covid-19

IANS

This came after Amitabh Bachchan and his son, actor Abhishek Bachchan, confirmed on Saturday evening that they had been hospitalised after testing positive for the novel coronavirus infection.


11 July, 2020

Charges Of Sexual Harassment Against Rahul Johri Put BCCI To Shame, Says Diana Edulji

IANS

Diana Edulji said that the CoA should have handled Rahul Johri matter better. Not everyone is above the board, she claimed


11 July, 2020

Can An Infant's First Stool Predict It's Obesity Risk?

IANS

A recent study says the bacteria found in a newborn's first stool can help predict it's chances of developing obesity later in life


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A health worker checks body temperature of a passenger as a precaution against the coronavirus, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.

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A health worker checks body temperature of passengers as a precaution against the coronavirus, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.

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A man receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine during a door-to-door vaccination campaign in Morigaon district of Assam.

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Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar lays wreath at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.

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Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar pays tribute to martyrs at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.

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