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Lockdown continues due to COVID-19 in Srinagar, elsewhere in valley

Lockdown continues due to COVID-19 in Srinagar, elsewhere in valley

Srinagar, Aug 14 (UNI) Shops and other business establishments remained closed and traffic was off the roads due to COVID-19 pandemic in Srinagar and elsewhere in the Kashmir valley, where lockdown and restrictions are likely to end on Saturday evening and shrine and other worship places to reopen from August 16, first time since March this year.
Besides COVID -19, additional security forces and police personnel have been deployed and more roads closed in the Srinagar city ahead of Independence Day (ID) celebrations tomorrow.
Business and other activities remained paralysed in the civil lines, including historic Lal Chowk, where large number of security forces remained deployed to strictly implement restrictions. The main road at Gantaghar in the Lal Chowk area remained closed for any traffic movement. However, private vehicles, particularly two- wheelers, were seen plying on Moulana Azad Road. Very less number of private vehicles were seen on the road on Friday as compared to previous days.

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Framing laws related to farmers, labourers infringement of rights of states: Bhupesh

27 Sep 2020 | 10:46 PM

Raipur, Sep 27 (UNI) Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has charged Modi
Government with infringing upon the rights of states by framing laws related to farmers
and labourers.

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Congress MLA Lambasted BJP state government for its failure

27 Sep 2020 | 9:55 PM

Kangra , Sep 27 (UNI) Congress MLA Pawan Kajal on Sunday, during the Block Congress Working Committee meeting bluntly said that as long as he was MLA of Kangra, he will keep opposing the expansion of Kangra Airport.

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Two killed in separate road accidents in Haryana

27 Sep 2020 | 9:47 PM

Ambala, Sep 27 (UNI) A young biker was killed in road accident near village Shahpur on NH One. The victim was identified as Anil Kumar 21 years old resident of nearby village Machhaunda.

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Senior doctors must visit COVID hospitals to ensure proper treatment: HP CM

27 Sep 2020 | 9:44 PM

Shimla, Sep 27 (UNI) Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur directed senior doctors to ensure daily visit of COVID-19 patients to provide best Health services to them in the hospital.

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Sad, extremely unfortunate: Sukhbir Badal on Presidential assent to farmers and JK bills

27 Sep 2020 | 9:43 PM

Chandigarh Sepr 27 (UNI) Shiromani Akali Dal president Sardar Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday described as "sad, disappointing and extremely unfortunate" the Presidential assent granted to three Bills regarding farmers' produce and to the Jammu and Kashmir Bill excluding Punjabi as official language of that state,
In a statement here on Sunday, Mr Badal said that it was really a "dark day for the country" that the honorable President has refused to act as the nation's conscience. "We were very hopeful that the Honorable president would return these Bills to the Parliament for reconsideration as demanded by SAD and later by some other opposition parties too."
Mr Badal said that his party will chalk out the next course of action after due deliberations.

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