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Latest Articles in COVID 19 Situation

Limited Spectators To Be Allowed At IPL Matches

The IPL, which was suspended midway in May due to COVID-19 cases in its bio bubble, will resume from Sunday with defending champions Mumbai Indians taking on Chennai Super Kings at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

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Education Minister Reviews Status Of Reopening Of Schools Across Country

The Centre had allowed the reopening of schools as per the COVID-19 situation in respective states in October last year.

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Pradhan Reviews Status Of Reopening Of Schools In Country

With the improvement in the COVID-19 situation, several states have begun reopening schools now even as concerns have been expressed over the staff and teachers not being completely vaccinated.

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J&K Colleges To Resume Physical Classes If Staff, Students Are Vaccinated

The higher educational institutions can be permitted to commence with limited in-person teaching subject to 100 percent vaccination of staff and students and specific permission of concerned deputy commissioners

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Reopen Schools In Delhi But Tread With Caution, Say Experts

While Sisodia on Friday said no final decision has been taken regarding junior classes and a call will be taken after analysing the effect of reopening schools for senior classes, sources indicated that schools for classes 6 to 8 may reopen from September 8.

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No CET For Arts, Science, Commerce Colleges: Maharashtra Minister

As the number of students who passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC or Class 12) exam has increased this year, universities have been asked to send proposals to increase divisions in colleges, said Minister for Higher and Technical Education Uday Samant.

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28 % Indians Plan To Travel In Aug-Sept; Risk Of Third COVID-19 Wave Set To Rise: Report

The survey received over 18,000 responses from citizens residing in 311 districts, with 68 per cent of respondents men and the rest women.

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India Urges Foreign Governments To Ease Travel Restrictions For Indians

To a question on when the World Health Organization (WHO) is expected to recognise Covaxin, he said the producer of the vaccine, Bharat Biotech Limited, has submitted the request along with all necessary documentation to the global body earlier this month.

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Bank Of Maharashtra Net Profit Jumps Over Two-Fold At Rs 208 Cr In Jun Qtr

Total income during Q1FY22 jumped to Rs 3,794.53 crore as against Rs 3,264.81 crore in Q1FY21, Bank of Maharashtra said in a regulatory filing.

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PM Modi to Review Covid-19 Situation With CMs of Northeastern States on Tuesday

The northeast region has been a cause of concern with the number of cases either rising or not falling in line with the nationwide trend

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COVID Impact: Royal Enfield To Shut Down Manufacturing Plants From May 13-16

Royal Enfield has issued advisories to all dealerships in the country to adhere to local regulations and follow local administrative orders, as may apply,

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Markets To Be Guided By COVID-19 Situation, Macro Data, Earnings This Week: Analysts

Major automobile manufacturers Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai Motor, Tata Motors and Kia on Saturday reported a decline in passenger vehicle sales in April compared to March this year as the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic hit dispatches.

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Retail Inflation Quickens To 5.52 % In March On Costlier Food, Fuel

Inflation in case of 'pulses and products' was 13.25 per cent, up from 12.54 per cent. Likewise, in 'meat and fish' and fruits segments, it moved up to 15.09 per cent and 7.86 per cent, respectively.

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Economy comes out of recession, GDP up 0.4 pc in Dec quarter

Economy comes out of recession, GDP up 0.4 pc in Dec quarter

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India's GDP May Turn Positive At 1.3% In Dec Quarter: Report

DBS Group Research economist Radhika Rao said sharp improvement in the COVID-19 situation and rising public spending are the two factors that bode well for December 2020 quarter.

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