Top News of the Day: Supreme Court Consider Limiting Political Guardian Role; Top oil producers agree on modest production increases from August and beyond
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The Bench Division’s recent ruling to test the reach of the judiciary contradicts the bank’s earlier ruling that courts cannot be silent bystanders.
At an OPEC + meeting, it was agreed to increase production by 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) each month starting in August to encourage global economic recovery as the pandemic subsides, the Vienna-based group said in a press release.
The monsoon session begins on July 19th and is expected to end on August 13th.
Opposition parties met after a government-convened all-party meeting on July 18, the day before the monsoon session.
At least 25 people died in rain-related incidents when incessant heavy rain hit Mumbai overnight during a major thunderstorm, causing severe waterlogging and traffic disruption in the financial capital on July 18, officials said. The Western Railway and Central Railway temporarily suspended suburban train services in Mumbai after the heavy rains, and many long-distance trains were suspended or regulated at various stations, officials said. The Indian Meteorological Bureau said Mumbai had been put under red alert for the rest of the day, indicating “heavy to very heavy rains with extremely heavy rains in isolated locations”.
It is speeding up work on 6,000 transit shelters in the valley and registering Kashmiri pandits to encourage the return of the migrant community.
“Jamia Millia Islamia” [JMI] The Vice Chancellor accepted the request from the family of the late photojournalist Danes Siddiqui to bury his body in the JMI cemetery, which is intended exclusively for university staff, their spouses and underage children, ”said the university’s statement.
Dr. Samiran Panda, Director, Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and Director, National AIDS Research Institute (NARI), speaks exclusively to The Hindu and explains the possibility of a third wave of COVID-19 and wave like future waves can be prevented.
As the floods subsided, attention turned to the gigantic task of repairing the damage caused by the storm-induced floods – and the immense losses suffered by the affected areas.
UK sees rising coronavirus cases.
If the vote of confidence is not won, the House of Representatives will be dissolved and elections will be held within six months.
According to the latest data, total vehicle exports in the April-June quarter of this fiscal year were 14,19,430 units, compared to 4,36,500 units in the same 2020-21 period which saw massive region-wide due to COVID-19 lockdowns Disruptions occurred in the country, which hindered sales and shipping abroad.
It is the first time that athletes who stay in the village catch the infection. Your identity was not disclosed by the organizers. The third infected athlete is staying in a designated games hotel.
For India, Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav will make their ODI debuts, while Bhanuka Rajapaksa will play his first 50-over game for Sri Lanka.