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According to the Russian Ministry of Energy, the fire in Bryansk does not threaten the fuel supply

Russia’s Energy Ministry said on Monday there was no threat to diesel and gasoline supplies in the western region of Bryansk after facilities at an oil depot were “damaged” and there are enough fuel stocks.

Haryana government to provide free booster doses to all 18-59 year olds

Haryana’s 18-59 age group will receive a free booster dose; state government will have to bear expenditure of Rs 300 crores for the same: DPR Haryana

Deputy Mevani arrested again

Gujarat MP Jignesh Mevani arrested again just after getting bail for ‘negative’ posts about PM

Russia has announced a ceasefire around the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol

Russia’s Defense Ministry on Monday announced a ceasefire around the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol to allow for a civilian evacuation from the industrial zone that housed the remaining Ukrainian resistance in the port city.

Twitter suspends Dutch politician’s account

Twitter suspends far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders’ account after he tweeted that Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif attacked Islam

Trading in shares in Sri Lanka has been halted

Stock trading in Sri Lanka was halted again on Monday after the index for liquid stocks fell, with the All Share Price Index dropping 9.6% and the S&P SL20 plunging 12.64%.

Covid tests in schools in Jharkhand

In view of the increase in COVID-19 cases, the School Education Department has issued instructions to all districts to conduct COVID testing in schools. If a student is found positive, the appropriate protocol should be followed. Gatherings, cultural programs prohibited: Secretary of Department of Education (Jharkhand)

5.7 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia

A 5.7 magnitude earthquake has rocked Indonesia’s East Papua province, authorities said. The earthquake did not have the potential to trigger a tsunami.

EU-India Business and Technology Council

This year marks the 60th anniversary of EU-India relations

  • The EU only has one Trade and Technology Council in place and that is with the US.
  • It is time it was so important for us to set up a second Trade and Technology Council with India. We have India as a technological powerhouse: Ursula von der Leyen

4 stabbed to death in London

Four people have been stabbed to death in a house in south-east London. Police say a man suspected of murder has been arrested and remains in custody. Source: Bloomberg

Putin congratulates Macron

Putin congratulates Macron, wishes him “success”: the Kremlin

Yog Prabha at Safdarjung Airport

Partner of TVS Motor and Petronas

TVS Motor and Petronas combine to form PETRONAS TVS Racing Team

Ukraine succeeds: Blinken

US Secretary of State Blinken says after visit to Kyiv that Russia is failing in its war aims, ‘Ukraine is succeeding’, AP reports

SC to hear arguments against repeal of Section 370

SC to hear arguments after summer break against repeal of Section 370 which ended special provisions given to JK

Dengue fever cases in Singapore

Nearly 5,500 dengue fever cases have been reported in Singapore so far this year, exceeding the total number of cases for all of 2021, said Minister for Sustainable Development and Environment Grace Fu.

Booster injections in Cambodia

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen called on the public to get vaccinated against COVID-19, saying the shots were necessary to boost their immunity against the highly contagious disease.

Plan to eliminate malaria by 2030

In line with the WHO Global Technical Strategy for Malaria, India has developed a National Framework for Malaria Elimination to achieve zero cases by 2027 and eliminate malaria by 2030 : Dr Roderico H Ofrin, WHO Representative in India

Light rain forecast in J&K and Ladakh

Weather has remained dry in Jammu-Kashmir and Ladakh for the past 24 hours, with the meteorological department (MeT) forecasting light rain in both union territories over the next 24 hours.

Covid cases in Shanghai

Shanghai reports 51 covid-related deaths for April 24, up from 39 a day earlier

India today reports 2,541 new cases of COVID-19

Active cases stand at 16,522

China reports 2,666 new local COVID-19 cases, 51 deaths

Mainland China reported 2,666 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases and 51 additional deaths in the past 24 hours, the country’s National Health Commission said Monday. Among the new local cases, 2,472 infections were reported in Shanghai while the rest of the cases were reported in 17 other provincial-level regions on the mainland, including 79 in Jilin, 26 in Heilongjiang and 14 in Beijing, Xinhua reported. quoting the commission.

Veteran Congress leader K Sankaranarayanan dies aged 89

Top Congress leader K Sankaranarayanan, who served as governor of various states during his decades-long career, died at his residence on Sunday. He was 89 years old. He had been under treatment for various conditions for a year and a half. Sankaranarayanan had served as governor of Maharashtra, Nagaland and Jharkhand. He had also held additional offices of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Goa as Governor.

Nine out of 15 soldiers killed in northern Burkina Faso

Fifteen people were killed, including nine soldiers, in coordinated jihadist attacks on Sunday in northern Burkina Faso, the army said. Two military detachments in Gaskinde and Pobe Mengao in the province of Soum in the Sahel region were hit by “terrorists” on Sunday morning, injuring more than 20 people, the army said in a statement. Security operations are underway in both areas, he added.

Release of seven Indian sailors detained in Yemen

Seven Indian sailors were among 14 foreigners released on Sunday from Sanaa, the Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital, Oman’s Foreign Minister Badr Albusaidi said. The Indian sailors and at least seven other people from different countries were held captive by Houthi rebels in Yemen after they seized a United Arab Emirates-flagged merchant vessel more than three months ago. Albusaidi confirmed the release of the 14 people including the Indians.

CUET aims to eliminate the need for coaching, offers a choice of 13 languages ​​for support, and reduces financial burden while increasing access; the choice to sit for the entrance exam in any of 13 languages ​​with the choice to select exam centers from hundreds of exam centers across the country exists…there is no no reason to infringe the rights of States / UT…

– Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in a letter to Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister K Ponmudy

BJP demands action against AAP’s Atishi

The BJP on Sunday demanded action against AAP MP Atishi for her “false” claim that “officials from Kerala” visited a school in Delhi to learn about the Kejriwal government’s education model. It comes after Kerala Education Minister V Sivankutty said in a tweet that no state “official” had visited Delhi as Atishi claimed on Saturday.

His tweet was in response to a post from Atishi, the MP for Kalkaji in Delhi, who said: “It was wonderful to host officials from Kerala in one of our schools in Kalkaji. They were eager to understand and implement our model of education in their It’s @ArvindKejriwal Govt’s idea of ​​nation building. Development through collaboration. Sivankutty responded to his tweet saying, “Ministry of Education of the Kerala did not send anyone to inquire about the ‘Delhi model’. At the same time, all assistance was given to officials who had come from Delhi to study the “Kerala model” last month. We would like to know which “officials” were welcomed by the AAP deputy.

Opposition wins vote in Slovenia, beating right-wing populist

An opposition liberal party convincingly won Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Slovenia, according to the first official results, in a major defeat of populist Prime Minister Janez Jansa, accused of pushing the small Union country European Union to the right during his term of office. The Freedom Movement won nearly 34% of the vote, compared to around 24% for the ruling conservative Slovenian Democratic Party, state election authorities said after counting more than 97% of the ballots.

Macron wins but the far right wins

French President Emmanuel Macron was comfortably re-elected for a second term on Sunday, sparking relief among allies that nuclear power will not abruptly change course amid war in Ukraine from European Union and NATO efforts to punish and contain Russia’s military expansionism. The 44-year-old centrist’s second five-year term spared France and Europe the seismic upheaval of having incendiary populist Marine Le Pen at the helm, Macron’s second-round candidate who quickly conceded her defeat but who was still on the right track. always electoral.