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  • COVID: Delhi reports 306 fatalities, 26,169 new cases; positivity rate swells to 36 24 pc
  • PM Modi cancels Bengal visit, to hold high level review meetings on COVID situation
  • CSIR-CMERI develops oxygen enrichment unit to combat nationwide oxygen supply shortage
  • Top 2 seeds in Men' Singles event, set up a summit clash at AITA Men's Open Tennis Tournament
  • TECNO ropes in Bollywood Superstar Ayushmann Khurrana as its Indian brand ambassador for 2021
  • EC prohibits road shows, pad-yatras, vehicle rallies for remaining two phases of West Bengal Assembly polls
  • COVID: HP sees 1,774 new cases, 18 die
  • Turnout around 80 per cent in sixth phase in Bengal
  • COVID-19: Karnataka reports 25,795 cases, highest single day hike
  • Out source employees to get incentive of Rs 200 per shift: CoM
  • PM cancels West Bengal tour
  • Sardar Patel Covid Care Centre at Chhatapur to reopen within 3 days
  • Foreign Ministers of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey to meet in Istanbul: Ankara
  • UP adds 34,379 fresh Covid-19 cases, 195 deaths
  • Covid management: SCBA moves SC on transfer of cases
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Long Live the Sullied: Tale of Kismet and Karma in Kaliyuga

Long Live the Sullied: Tale of Kismet and Karma in Kaliyuga

Gurugram, Dec 29 (UNI) Canada-based author Gaurav Sharma concludes The Sullied Warrior Duology with Long Live the Sullied, a mythology-fantasy novel that is a sequel to the national bestseller God of the Sullied that came out in September 2018.
Long Live the Sullied is a 236-pager book that runs into flashback for the most part, connecting first book’s story cohesively. It takes the tale of Eklavya further, revealing each character’s past and linking all twists that God of the Sullied had.
Prologue of the book discusses a mysterious incident that brought wrath upon the kingdom of Rudraputra, making readers keen to know what was it that made everybody lose their senses in the Kingdom.

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Online OPD service turns popular

22 Apr 2021 | 9:22 PM

Lucknow, Apr 22 (UNI) The online OPD service e-Sanjeevani has proven to be a great success as 23 specialist doctors of KGMU are providing medical consultation to patients online and have extended tele-consultation to over 1500 people since April 10 in Uttar Pradesh.

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COVID: HP sees 1,774 new cases, 18 die

22 Apr 2021 | 9:14 PM

Shimla, Apr 22 (UNI) Himachal Pradesh on Thursday recorded 1774 cases of coronavirus in the ;ast 24 hours, Nodal officer and Health Secretary Amitab Awasthi said on Thursday.

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Out source employees to get incentive of Rs 200 per shift: CoM

Out source employees to get incentive of Rs 200 per shift: CoM

22 Apr 2021 | 9:01 PM

Shimla, Apr 22(UNI) Himachal Pradesh Government has decided to reward the out source employees by offering them incentive for their services during Covid pandemic.

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Adequate arrangements for uninterrupted supply of medicines, oxygen: Khattar

22 Apr 2021 | 8:54 PM

(Rptg, correction in 2nd last para)
Chandigarh, Apr 22 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday said that adequate arrangements have been made in the state to ensure uninterrupted supply of medicines, oxygen and other facilities to the patients suffering from COVID-19 infection.

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COVID: J&K reports 1965 new positive cases, 8 deaths

22 Apr 2021 | 8:49 PM

Jammu, Apr 22 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Government on Thursday informed that 1965 new positive cases of novel Corona virus (789 from Jammu division and 1176 from Kashmir division), have been reported thus taking the total number of positive cases in Jammu and Kashmir to 154407.

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