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The vaccination drive is entering a challenging phase. Change strategy

India, July 28 -- Despite improvements in daily vaccination numbers and the promise of increased supply, challenges persist in India's vaccination drive. First, there is a rural-urban disparity (which... Read More


Covid-19: The economic costs

India, July 28 -- The Indian economy experienced an unpre-cedented contraction of 24.4% in the quarter ending June 2020 due to the 68-day-long lockdown that was imposed on March 24 to curb the spread ... Read More


Assam-Mizoram: A systemic breakdown

India, July 28 -- On Monday, Assam and Mizoram clashed over a disputed boundary. Five policemen and one civilian (all from Assam) were killed and 50 others were injured. The bloodiest-ever incident be... Read More


Learn to tackle China's 'discourse power'

India, July 28 -- In China's strategic lexicon, might is right but might is essential to earn the "right to speak". President Xi Jinping's message to Chinese citizens and the world, as the Chinese Com... Read More


Anushka Unyal from APS Lucknow wins best speaker award

Agra, July 28 -- The Army Public School (APS-Agra) organised an online English debate competition on Monday in which Anushka Unyal from APS Lucknow was adjudged the best speaker for the motion. The t... Read More


2 journalists move SC, seek inquiry into Pegasus row

NEW DELHI, July 28 -- Journalists N Ram and Sashi Kumar have approached the Supreme Court to seek an inquiry by a retired or sitting judge of the top court into the alleged surveillance of Indian citi... Read More


Jabs for kids likely to begin next month: Health ministry

New Delhi, July 28 -- Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Tuesday the government is likely to begin vaccinating children against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in August. Mandaviya rep... Read More


Bombay Natural History Society to study migratory birds at 6 wetlands

Mumbai, July 28 -- The Mangrove Foundation, an autonomous body under the state forest department's mangrove cell, signed an MoU on Monday with the Bombay Natural History Society for studying the habit... Read More


Journalists move SC to seek probe into Pegasus row

NEW DELHI, July 28 -- Journalists N Ram and Sashi Kumar have approached the Supreme Court to seek an inquiry by a retired or sitting judge of the top court into the alleged surveillance of Indian citi... Read More


mha seeks six more months to frame rules for CAA

New Delhi, July 28 -- The ministry of home affairs (MHA) informed parliament on Tuesday it has sought six more months to frame rules for the Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA, a law which seeks to gran... Read More