Morning digest: Assam, Meghalaya CMs meet Amit Shah on boundary points; Focus on rights made India weak, says PM Modi, and more

The Chief Ministers of Assam and Meghalaya met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi to apprise him of the settlement reached between the 2 States relating to the decades-old boundary dispute. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday mentioned the main focus on speaking about and preventing for rights within the 75 years since Independence … Read more

Morning digest: States weigh options on IAS cadre rule adjustments; pro-Khalistan elements attempting to revive terrorism in Punjab, say probe businesses, and more

The Union authorities is planning to purchase for itself overriding powers to switch IAS and IPS officers by Central deputation, eliminating therequirement of taking the approval of the State governments. The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) wrote to the States on January 12 that the Union authorities proposes to amend Rule 6 (deputation of … Read more

Morning digest: Three Navy personnel killed in explosion onboard INS Ranvir; Tableaux selection truthful, says Rajnath, and more

The Supreme Court’s questions on starvation deaths drew a close to clean from the Union authorities on Tuesday. The authorities’s response skirted from urging the courtroom to ask the States for knowledge, making sweeping feedback about malnutrition in “developing countries” to studying statistics out of a 2015 well being survey report and a newspaper article. … Read more

COVID-19 health emergency could be over this 12 months, WHO says

“We have a chance to end the public health emergency this year if we do the things that we’ve been talking about,” Dr. Michael Ryan mentioned The worst of the coronavirus pandemic — deaths, hospitalisations and lockdowns — could be over this 12 months if big inequities in vaccinations and medicines are addressed rapidly, the … Read more

Kolkata sees dramatic dip in daily COVID-19 instances, restrictions relaxed

West Bengal, significantly its capital Kolkata, has witnessed an in a single day dramatic drop in the variety of daily COVID-19 instances, making the town breathe simple and inspiring the State authorities to ease a few of the restrictions imposed to include the COVID-19 pandemic. Only on Sunday, the variety of new instances reported for … Read more

Morning digest: India has utilised the pandemic period for introducing reforms, says PM Modi; NIA gathering details on UAE oil tanker blasts, and more

India has given the world a bouquet of democracy and multiculturalism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated in his Special Address to the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is gathering details on the explosion involving three petroleum tankers in Abu Dhabi on Monday wherein at the least three individuals, together with … Read more

It’s a struggle for treatment for non-COVID patients in Delhi

With instances rising in town, govt. hospitals are working with restricted companies and turning away patients with different illnesses With an insufferable ache in his abdomen and his face turning yellow, 68-year-old Zile Singh sat on a stretcher ready for his flip on the Emergency of All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). At the … Read more

Morning digest: India records a 40% spike in COVID-19 infections over a week; Congress BJP demand postponement of Punjab polls, and more

On Sunday, India recorded 2,55,025 new COVID-19 instances, a 40% improve from a week in the past. The whole quantity of infections has reached 3.72 crore, and the lively instances have crossed the 16.2 lakh mark. Maharashtra recorded 41,327 instances on Sunday, essentially the most for any State, adopted by Karnataka (34,047) and Tamil Nadu … Read more

Morning Digest | Cloud over Republic Day visit of Central Asian leaders due to COVID-19 surge; EC extends ban on rallies, roadshows till January 22; and more

The Election Commission on Saturday banned rallies and roadshows within the 5 election-going States, however allowed political events to maintain indoor conferences of up to 300 individuals or 50% of the venue’s capability. With COVID-19 circumstances nonetheless on the rise 10 days forward of the Republic Day, the federal government is contemplating laying aside plans … Read more