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Odisha: Cleanliness test for campuses as they get ready for students

BHUBANESWAR: Thehigher secondary schools colleges and universities in the state are preparing to welcome students once they reopen in January. They have started sanitising their hostels classrooms and other office premises before the students and staff start trickling in.

Drive to decongest Rasulgarh and Baramunda begins today

BHUBANESWAR: The commissionerate police will embark on a unique mission to decongest road and flyovers in the city by removing abandoned vehicles parked at the busy squares for days and months from Saturday. According to the plan, the police will first alert the owners of the vehicles through the public address system.

'Wistron couldn't manage scaled up K'taka plant'

BENGALURU/NEW DELHI: Apple supplier Wistron 's factory in Karnataka could not cope up with the rapid scaling up of manpower and breached several laws, a government inspection has revealed following violence at the site last weekend. Several thousand contract workers at Wistron angered over alleged....

Bullet train may connect Jammu, Guwahati soon

In the coming years, you may get to travel from Delhi to Jammu and Delhi to Guwahati on Indian Railways new high-speed railway networks at 300 kilometres per hour. According to the new draft National Rail Plan (NRP) unveiled by the Ministry of Railways, by 2051 several cities across India will be connected via bullet trains.

Tears can tell Covid-19, PGI on with research

CHANDIGARH: Not only the but also the of an . The PGI is working on using these tears to check 's severity and detect the Of the 120 subjects whom the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) has enrolled, 30 each are in the healthy, moderate, mild, and severe categories.

Lucknow boy tops KGMU, bags 17 medals

LUCKNOW: When 23-year-old KGMU topper Nitin Bharti will walk up the steps to the university’s convocation stage on Monday, the Lucknow resident will receive the award his idol Vandana received in 2013, becoming the first scheduled caste (SC) student in KGMU’s 100-year-old history to bag the most coveted Hewett Gold Medal.

Lucknow-Kanpur e-way now National E-way 6

LUCKNOW: The under-construction expressway between Lucknow and Kanpur, already declared a National Highway , has been notified as NE6 in The Gazette of India released on December 15. Giving this information to TOI here, Diwaker Tripathi, constituency representative of defence minister Rajnath Singh....

Bizmen meet chief engineer over working of PSPCL

LUDHIANA: Faced with various problems related to the working of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL), a delegation of city businessmen met chief engineer of the organisation. According to them, the biggest issue for them is levy of fixed charges for the period of lockdown when the industry was not working.

Mum: Bodies of mother, son found on rly tracks

MUMBAI: Three people, including two minors, believed to be mother and children were found on the railway tracks between Nalasopara and Vasai stations on Saturday. The woman and son were found dead and a 10-year-old girl was badly injured. The Vasai Government Railway Police (GRP) suspect they may....

US court rules in favour of grant of H-1B visas to computer programmers

MUMBAI: A recent decision by the US appellate court (referred to as Ninth Circuit) is a resounding victory for information technology (IT) companies that seek to sponsor for H-1B visas. The Ninth Circuit has deemed as arbitrary and capricious a decision of the US Citizenship and Immigration....

Attack on Hilsa judge: HC asks DGP to submit ATR

PATNA: The Patna high court on Friday ordered the state DGP to submit a complete action taken report (ATR) on the alleged attack on additional district judge Jay Kishore Dubey near Hilsa Surya Mandir in Nalanda on Thursday evening. Dubey is ADJ-I at sub-divisional court at Hilsa. The high court has fixed December 23 for hearing the matter again.

Big win! US appeals court rules in favour of grant of H-1B visas to computer programmers

A recent decision by the US appellate court (referred to as Ninth Circuit) is a resounding victory for information technology (IT) companies that seek to sponsor computer programmers for H-1B visas The Ninth Circuit has deemed as arbitrary and capricious a decision of the US Citizenship and....

Thailand reports jump in local coronavirus infections linked to shrimp market

Former National Security Adviser Michal Flynn tiptoed once again toward urging President Trump to declare martial law to overturn President-elect Joe Biden's victory, citing discredited voter fraud claims. Trump "could immediately, on his order, seize every single one of these voting machines," Flynn told Newsmax host Greg Kelly Thursday night.

Rockets hit US base in Afghanistan, no casualties reported

Afghan security forces leave the site of an incident after an attack at the university of Kabul, Afghanistan November 2, 2020. (Reuters/Omar Sobhani) Five rockets were fired at a major US base in Afghanistan on Saturday, but there were no casualties, NATO and provincial officials said.

Joypurhat crash: Gateman was sleeping

Aftermath of the road accident where at least 12 people were killed when a bus collided with a train at Puranapoil area in Joypurhat town on Saturday, December 19, 2020 | Dhaka Tribune. Twelve people have died so far from the accident. Police have said that the train-bus collision, which killed at....

New coronavirus variant – Key questions answered

It could potentially be serious, but not enough is known, and the surveillance and research will continue. The Covid-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) consortium said it is difficult to predict whether any given mutation is important when it first emerges and that it would take “considerable time and effort....

Driving Home For Christmas? 7 Tips For Navigating The Festive Return To The Family Unit

There’s nothing quite like driving home for Christmas – especially if you’re heading home after your very first term of being away at university. This year, of course, marks a different sort of Christmas return for all of us as we respond to the government guidelines in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Rupert Murdoch receives the Covid-19 vaccine in the UK

Rupert Murdoch, the 89-year-old News Corp boss, has become the latest public figure to have the coronavirus vaccine, visiting his local GP’s surgery on Wednesday evening to receive his first jab. The controversial media mogul was delivered to a specialist vaccine centre in Henley, Oxfordshire by a....

Oxford University vaccine roll-out 'hopefully isn't too far off', says lead researcher

The lead researcher behind the Oxford University coronavirus vaccine said she hopes the moment the jab is approved and rolled out "isn't too far off" as she spoke about the sleepless nights she endured during its development. Ms Gilbert told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "Running a research group is a bit like running a small business.

Sen. Jerry Relph of St. Cloud dies following COVID-19 diagnosis

Minnesota state Sen. Jerry Relph, a St. Cloud Republican who authored a $21 million coronavirus relief bill in March, died Thursday reportedly of COVID-19 complications. Relph, the first Minnesota state lawmaker to die of the disease, was 76. His wife, Pegi Broker-Relph, confirmed his death in a statement late Friday night.

Oxford University scientist behind Covid vaccine hopes UK approval 'isn't too far off'

Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Professor Gilbert said the trial results had pleased but also 'intrigued' researchers and 'immediately led to thoughts of wanting to do more work'. 'So it wasn’t quite the climax that it might have been,' she said.

Tourism back to 1990 levels as arrivals fall by more than 70%

Based on the current evidence, UNWTO expects international arrivals to decline by 70 per cent to 75 per cent for the whole of 2020. In this case, global tourism will have returned to levels of 30 years ago, with 1 billion fewer arrivals and a loss of some $1.1 trillion in international tourism receipts.

Massive College Drug Ring Busted

(WRAL) Federal prosecutors and local law enforcement announced a bust Thursday of a drug trafficking ring that funneled more than a thousand pounds of marijuana, hundreds of kilograms of cocaine and other drugs throughout the campuses of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University and Appalachian State University.

Australia's Westpac to pay record fine for money-laundering

"I would like to apologise sincerely for the bank's failings," Peter King, Westpac's chief executive, said in announcing the fine, the largest civil penalty in Australian history. The fine, agreed between Westpac and AUSTRAC, Australia's financial intelligence watchdog, must be approved by a federal court.

'A very big mistake': Former NBN boss says network rollout to homes should always have been the priority

The former head of NBN Co has criticised the recently announced plan to give 6 million houses access to ultra-fast internet, saying it would have cost less for both the Government and customers if it had been done in the first place. Key points: Founding CEO Mike Quigley says the decision to use....

Grassley urges more aggressive lending of pandemic relief funds

Sen. Chuck Grassley is urging the U.S. Treasury to be more aggressive in pushing coronavirus relief funds into the economy to offset the impact of pandemic. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this week that the $454 billion federal lending programs enacted in March to protect the economy were working as intended.

PA schools allowing more sports fans after court ruling

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Some Pennsylvania school districts are letting more fans in the stands after a federal judge’s ruling that tossed statewide pandemic limits on crowd size, although legislative Republicans on Wednesday lost an effort to enshrine local control of school sports into law.

Trudeau: Country on brink of fall that could be "much worse than the spring"

In a rare primetime address, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Canadians that the country is on the brink of a fall "that could be much worse than the spring." "The second wave isn't just starting, it's already underway," said Trudeau, noting that when Canada first entered a lockdown mid-March, it did so after 47 cases had been identified.

O’Donnell delivers withering assessment of Government’s coronavirus response

Boris Johnson’s Government has over-promised and under-delivered as it proved incapable of combating Covid-19, a former head of the civil service is set to say. In a withering assessment of the Government’s actions, Lord O’Donnell who served as cabinet secretary to Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and David....

How to use the coronavirus contact tracing app

Users can download the NHS Covid-19 app from Apple’s App Store on iOS or Google’s Play Store for Android devices. Search ‘NHS Covid-19’. 2. Set-up. Users will be met with details about what the app does and a privacy notice first. The app will then ask for permission to use Bluetooth to carry out....

Asda, Aldi, Tesco, Lidl, Sainbury's, Co-op and Morrisons reveal if purchase limits will return

Asda. The supermarket chain said they currently have good availability in their stores and online slots. On Wednesday (September 23), Asda also announced a number of additional safety measures across its stores to provide an enhanced level of protection for customers and staff.
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