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Army Inducts First Batch Of Women In Military Police

The Indian Army inducted its first batch of 83 women soldiers as part of its military police at a low-key attestation parade organized by the Corps of Military Police Centre & School (CMP C &S) at the Dronacharya Parade Ground in Bengaluru in Karnataka on Saturday. The Government plans to recruit 1700 women soldiers by 2036

Hyderabad-Bound Air Ambulance Makes Emergency Landing At Mumbai Airport

An air ambulance made a belly landing at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport Mumbai after its front wheel fell on the ground while departing for Hyderabad from runway 32 of Nagpur Airport on Thursday night.

Two Accused Nabbed With Natural Uranium Worth Rs 21.30 Crore In Mumbai

Two persons were arrested by Mumbai ATS with the highly radioactive natural uranium worth Rs 21.30 crore from northeast Mumbai on Wednesday.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Maratha Reservation Law For Exceeding 50 Percent Cap

In a significant development, the Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down the Maharashtra State Reservation for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) Act, 2018 which had granted 16 percent reservation to the Maratha community in public education and employment, thus exceeding the constitutional limit of 50 percent reservations.

Serum Will Test Second COVID-19 Vaccine “Covovax” In The Third Phase From May 15

The Pune-based Serum Institute of India (SII) is likely to start phase III trials of the second COVID-19 vaccine “Covovax”, which it is making in partnership with American company “Novavax”, by May 15.

Niger IDPs Get Relief Materials

NIGERIA. Shiroro: The Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Gwada and Kuta towns in Shiroro local government area of Niger state have received relief materials...

Commercial Advertisement Of “Bisleri” Irks Teachers Across India

The teachers across the country are irked over the commercial advertisement of “Bisleri”, mineral water, that allegedly seeks to ridicule a teacher for his lack of knowledge of COVID-19 protocol to avoid contact.

World Press Freedom Day: Civil Organizations Wants Nigerian Govt To Create Conducive Environment for Media Practice

NIGERIA: As Journalists across the world celebrate World Press Freedom Day, the Nigerian government has been urged to create a conducive environment for Media...

A Mixed Bag Of Results In Assembly Polls In Five States

The results of assembly polls in five states were announced on Sunday. The predictions of the exit polls mostly came true with Assam and Puducherry remaining with the BJP alliance, Kerala with the LDF, Tamil Nadu with the DMK, and West Bengal with the Trinamool Congress(TMC).

As India Battles With The Second Wave Of COVID-19, Medical Supplies Flow In

Over 40 nations have pledged support to India which is battling with a devastating second wave of coronavirus pandemic and emergency medical supplies have begun arriving in India.

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