Former Union minister and noted businessman Kamal Morarka died here on Friday evening after a brief illness.
I am not going to Delhi tomorrow. I was with TMC and will remain with TMC, says TMC MP Satabdi Roy in Kolkata
COVID19 vaccination drive to be held at 77 immunisation sites in Haryana: State Government
The state government is formulating plans to open Film City in the state for which land spanning across an area of 50 to 100 acres has been finalised: Haryana CM ML Khattar
Karnataka reported 708 new #COVID19 cases, 643 discharges, and 3 deaths today.Total cases: 9,30,668Total discharges: 9,09,701Death toll: 12,158Active cases: 8,790
Maharashtra reports 3,145 new #COVID19 cases, 3,500 recoveries and 45 deaths today.Total cases: 19,84,768 Total recoveries: 18,81,088Death toll: 50,336Active cases: 52,152
Chhattisgarh has received 3.23 lakh vaccine doses so far. 2.67 lakh beneficiaries registered till now. Vaccination will begin at 97 sites in the state tomorrow: Dr Priyanka Shukla, Director, National Health Mission, Chattisgarh
Three sites have been chosen here- 2 in urban & 1 in rural. 100 people to be vaccinated at each site. Vaccine will be sent to centres tomorrow morning, says Dr Mankirat Kaur, Nodal Officer, COVID19 contact tracing, Panchkula district
Delhi reports 295 new COVID-19 cases, 427 recoveries and 10 deaths. Total cases 6,31,884. Total recoveries 6,18,357. Death toll 10,732. Active cases 2,795
Delhi reports 295 new #COVID19 cases, 427 recoveries and 10 deaths.
Total cases 6,31,884
Total recoveries 6,18,357
Death toll 10,732
Active cases 2,795 pic.twitter.com/O66bleMj8R— ANI (@ANI) January 15, 2021
All schools in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation limits to remain closed till further orders, says BMC.
Mumbai, January 15: President Donald Trump became the first President in the history of the United States to be impeached by the House for the second time as he has been charged with “incitement of insurrection” over the mob siege of the Capitol.
There will not be any chief guest for the Republic Day Parade 2021. The Indian government took the decision due to the COVID-19 pandemic.