Top News of the Day: Schools Reopen in Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Delhi; Center Says Breakthrough COVID-19 Infection Numbers Are Within Expected Numbers And Above
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The Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium said Delta continues to be the dominant line in India and worldwide.
Schools that remained closed for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic have reopened for grades 9 through 12 in Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Delhi.
The case against the 10 people was filed for alleged hate speech.
Commercial cylinders are also getting more expensive to make food expensive.
The victim had filed a rape case against the Bahujan Samaj Party MP for UP Atul Rai in 2019, but claimed that the police supported the accused.
The country recorded 24% less rain than normal in August, contradicting India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasts for the month, but rainfall is expected to be above normal in September.
The congressional leader criticized the government for rising prices for domestic cooking gas, diesel and gasoline, claiming that over the past seven years an amount of 23 lakh crore had been earned from rising prices for these commodities.
A resolute resolution was passed on the situation in Afghanistan, calling for Afghan territory not to be used for training terrorists.
For the first time since October 2001, there are no American troops in Afghanistan.
“The president has enacted emergency regimes for essential supplies under the Public Safety Ordinance,” President spokesman Kingsley Ratnayake told reporters.
August GST revenue is 30% higher than the same month last year, but 3.75% lower than July 2021.
The oval track has traditionally helped spinners and so Ashwin could use his 400+ wicket experience to worry the English bats who have been suspicious of him in the past.
He was disqualified for not complying with World Para Swimming rule number 11.4.1, which states that “a single butterfly kick is allowed at any time before the first chest stroke after the start and after each turn.