COVID-19 vaccination: SC asks states, UTs to clarify if they will provide jabs for free as per Centre's affidavit
The top court has also directed the Centre to provide data on all procurement orders for the three vaccines Covishield, Covaxin and Sputnik V vaccines
Addressing a press conference on COVID-19 among children, the NITI Aayog said that though the 2019 SARS coronavirus has not taken a serious shape among children till now, its impact can increase if there is a change in virus behaviour
The GDP had expanded by 3 percent in the January-March quarter of 2019-20, while the Indian economy had expanded by 4 percent that year
Ashok Chavan slams Modi govt on 7th anniversary, praises Nitin Gadkari as 'right man in wrong party'
Addressing a virtual press meet, Chavan said the Centre had kept all decision-making powers, but was now blaming the COVID-19 crisis on state governments
Jawaharlal Nehru death anniversary: Tryst with Destiny and other notable quotes by India's first prime minister
Nehru held the Prime Minister’s office for close to 17 years and remains the longest-serving prime minister of the country
Ramdev gets Rs 1,000 cr defamation notice from IMA Uttarakhand for remarks against allopathic medicine
The IMA stated that if the yoga guru doesn't post a video countering the statements given by him and tender a written apology within 15 days, then a sum of Rs 1,000 crore will be demanded
Patanjali's Coronil, a purportedly 'Ayurvedic' concoction, has also been at the centre of controversy in the recent past
Stand validated, says Congress as Twitter labels COVID toolkit tweets 'manipulative media'; Centre demands removal of tag
The government, while asking Twitter to remove the tag, made it clear that the social media platform cannot pass judgment when the issue is under investigation.
The BJP spokesperson's tweet includes pictures of a document used by the Congress that he claimed to hurt Narendra Modi's image
Some said that Shailaja's exclusion from the new Pinarayi Vijayan government despite doing a commendable job during the first wave of COVID-19, was similar to how the late CPM leader KR Gowri Amma was denied chief ministership in the last minute in 1987
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra has alleged that a purported toolkit by Congress shows that the party's endeavours to help the needy during COVID-19 pandemic is "a PR exercise"
The court made the observation over the death of Santosh Kumar, whose body was disposed of after doctors at a Meerut hospital failed to identify him
COVID-19 situation 'stabilising', says Centre, but worrying stats pour in from Bengal, UP, Gujarat and MP
Meanwhile, Randeep Guleria, director of AIIMS Hospital in Delhi warned that secondary infections like mucormycosis or "black fungus" were adding to India's mortality rate with states having reported more than 500 cases recently in COVID-19 patients with diabetes
Delhi Police arrests 15, files 17 FIRs over posters critical of Centre's COVID-19 vaccination policy
The posters with the text 'PM why did you send vaccines of our children to foreign countries?' were pasted in several parts of Delhi, police said
This is the third time in three months that the Central Government has widened the intervals between Covishield doses
The Ganga flows through the coastal area of Ghazipur in UP, and 'Chausa Ghat' in Buxar. So whatever flows through Varanasi reaches the river banks in Ghazipur
In Bihar's Gaya, one COVID-19 bed for every 7,700 persons: Patna, Muzaffarpur, Bhagalpur worst-affected districts
Out of 38 districts of Bihar, four are badly affected - Patna, Bhagalpur, Gaya and Muzaffarpur. Since the pandemic broke out last year, Gaya has recorded 28,897 positive cases and 138 deaths; Muzaffarpur has recorded 25,305 positive cases and 195 deaths.
COVID-19 crisis: Centre's repeated chest-thumping at receiving foreign aid 'pathetic', says Rahul Gandhi
The Congress had last week demanded transparency and urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make public the details of all the relief material received from different countries
'Need to put our house in order': Sonia Gandhi says Congress needs to introspect on Assembly poll losses
Gandhi said that she intends to set up a small group to look at every aspect that caused the setbacks for the Congress party
COVID-19 deaths in Prayagraj: In city where nearly 1,200 died in April, authorities cite protocol for not registering their deaths
If people had symptoms of COVID-19 on the basis of X-rays and CT scans, they were kept in the COVID ward. Then they died. They were never investigated as COVID patients, and so they were not registered as such on our portal. That is why they aren't counted on the COVID-19 record, said a district official.