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  • DRDO's Dhanvantri Covid Hospital at Ahmedabad to get functional from Saturday
  • IPL 2021: Axar Patel recovers from COVID-19, joins DC squad
  • IPL 2021: Axar Patel recovers from COVID-19, joins DC squad
  • IPL 2021: Axar Patel recovers from COVID-19, joins DC squad
  • COVID: 110 test positive in Arunachal, tally mounts to 17, 296
  • ECoR dispatches first Oxygen train to Maharastra, Four oxygen tankers leave for Visakhapatnam, Pune
  • At least nine drown in river Ganges in Patna
  • Two killed in light aircraft crash in Russia's Irkutsk region - Emergencies
  • J&K Bank heist: Vehicle used by robbers, snatched rifle recovered in Baramulla
  • India, US will act in concert to mobilise climate finance, deploy clean energy
  • Traffic remains suspended to dozens of far-flung, remote areas in Kashmir
  • TDP senior leader Dhulipalla Narendra arrested
  • CAR hopes to secure loans from Russia, can offer mining guarantees: Minister
  • Six die while swimming in two separate accidents
  • Only stranded vehicles to ply on Srinagar-Jammu highway
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Madras HC sets aside conviction of US ship crew, frees 35 crew"

Madurai, Nov 27 (UNI) Madras High Court Madurai Bench today set aside the conviction of 35 crew members of the United States-based anti-piracy vessel “MV Seaman Guard Ohio” by a lower court here for unlawfully straying into Indian territorial waters without valid documents and acquitted them from all the charges.
The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) detained MV Seaman Guard Ohio, a Sierra Leone-flagged vessel of “AdvanFort,” the U.S based company that provides maritime security for cargo and merchant ships from Somalian pirates for violating the International Maritime Border rules and straying into Indian waters off Kanyakumari coast on October 12, 2013.
Tamil Nadu Q branch police officials subsequently arrested all the 35 crew members, including 23 foreign nationals under various sections of Arms Act 1959 and the Essential Commodities Act and seized 35 firearms, 5682 ammunitions, 102 magazines, travel documents, logbook and impounded the vessel on October 18, the same year.
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COVID: 110 test positive in Arunachal, tally mounts to 17, 296

COVID: 110 test positive in Arunachal, tally mounts to 17, 296

23 Apr 2021 | 2:31 PM

Itanagar, Apr 23 (UNI) As many as 110 people, including two healthcare worker, tested positive for Covid-19 in Arunachal Pradesh in the last 24 hours, taking the tally to 17,296.

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Punjab : 24X7 helpline for real time bed availability status

Punjab : 24X7 helpline for real time bed availability status

23 Apr 2021 | 2:27 PM

Chandigarh, Apr 23 (UNI) The 104 helpline of Punjab Government shall provide 24x7 real time information with respect to availability of beds in the hospitals.

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J&K Bank heist: Vehicle used by robbers, snatched rifle recovered in Baramulla

J&K Bank heist: Vehicle used by robbers, snatched rifle recovered in Baramulla

23 Apr 2021 | 2:12 PM

Srinagar, Apr 23 (UNI) Police on Friday recovered the get-away vehicle that was forcefully taken by armed robbers after breaking into a J&K bank branch and decamping with cash in north Kashmir district of Baramulla on Thursday, official sources said.

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Sikkim reports 124 new COVID cases

23 Apr 2021 | 2:10 PM

Gangtok, Apr 23 (UNI) Sikkim reported 124 new COVID-19 cases, including tourists in the past 24 hours.

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At least nine drown in river Ganges in Patna

At least nine drown in river Ganges in Patna

23 Apr 2021 | 1:59 PM

Patna, Apr 23 (UNI) At least nine people were drowned in river Ganga and some others were missing when a pickup van overturned into the river from a pontoon bridge under Akilpur police station area on Friday morning.

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