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Sunanda Pushkar death case: Shashi Tharoor discharged by Delhi Court – The Indian Express

Sunanda Pushkar death case: Shashi Tharoor discharged by Delhi Court  The Indian Express Delhi court clears Congress leader Shashi Tharoor of all charges in Sunanda Pushkar death case – Here is all  Free Press Journal Sunanda Pushkar death case: Delhi court clears Shashi Tharoor of all charges  Times of India Breaking: No Charges: Delhi Court Discharges Congress MP Shashi Tharoor In Sunanda Pushkar…

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Pegasus spyware issue: West Bengal govt. sets up two-member inquiry commission – The Hindu

Retired Supreme Court judge M.B. Lokur and former Chief Justice of Calcutta High Court Jyotirmoy Bhattacharya will be the panel members. The West Bengal government on Monday set up an inquiry commission, comprising retired Supreme Court judge Madan B. Lokur and former Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court Jyotirmoy Bhattacharya, to look into the allegations of snooping on politicians,…

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Delhi records 39 single-day Covid-19 cases, one death in 24 hours – Hindustan Times

Delhi’s single-day tally of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) witnessed a fall on Monday after it reported 39 cases, pushing the caseload to 1,435,949, according to the health department’s bulletin. As many as 80 people recovered and one person succumbed to the viral infection on Monday. With this, the cumulative recoveries went up to 1,410,368 and while the death toll touched…

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West Bengal: CBI summons Vinay Mishra’s parents in illegal coal mining and cattle smuggling probes – Times of India

KOLKATA: The CBI has summoned the parents of Vinay Mishra—one of the prime accused in the cross-border cattle smuggling case and illegal coal mining in West Bengal. While Mishra renounced Indian citizenship on December 19, 2020 and reportedly took citizenship of Vanuatu, his brother Vikas was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in March this year. According to sources, the central…

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How close is India to achieve herd immunity? What experts say – Hindustan Times

The latest serosurvey conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research has revealed that two-thirds of the population have antibodies against Covid-19 infection, while the rest one-third is still vulnerable. Following the national findings, states have also been releasing their serosurvey results which again brings the issue of ‘herd immunity’ to the fore, as states like Bihar, Odisha have claimed…

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