Thirty-eight new Covid-19 cases in Bengal
West Bengal’s Covid-19 tally rose to 20,19,291 with 38 fresh cases, a health department bulletin said on Saturday. The death toll remained at 21,203 as no new fatality due to the infection was reported in the last 24 hours, it said.
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SMS alert facility for vaccination of children aged 0-5 in Punjab
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Saturday launched an automated SMS alert facility for sending scheduled reminder messages to parents of children aged 0 to 5 years for immunization on mobile phones. Mann said scheduled messages with details of vaccination due and nearest vaccination centre shall be automatically sent to registered mobile numbers of parents. This facility will prove helpful in improving Punjab’s vaccination status, an official release quoted the chief minister as saying.
Delhi transport dept starts automated fitness tests for buses, trucks
The Delhi transport department has started automated fitness tests for buses and trucks, reducing the need for human intervention in the process, a senior official said on Saturday. The department is also in the process of floating tenders for automated fitness tests for auto-rickshaws and other small vehicles, they said.
Assam: Flood situation improves with receding water level of rivers, two more die
The flood situation in Assam improved further on Saturday with water levels of most rivers receding even as two more persons lost their lives and nearly 4.50 lakh people remained affected by the deluge in the state, an official bulletin said. With the death of two residents of Nagaon district due to drowning, the toll in this year’s flood and in landslides rose to 32, it said.
Indian Navy has decommissioned INS Gomati after 34 years of its service in Mumbai
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UN human rights chief asks China to rethink Uyghur policies
The top UN human rights official said Saturday that she raised concerns with Chinese officials about the impact of the broad application of counterterrorism and deradicalisation measures on the rights of Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim groups in China’s Xinjiang region. Michelle Bachelet, who visited Xinjiang as part of a six-day trip to China, said the visit was not an investigation but a chance to raise concerns with senior Chinese leaders and pave the way for more regular interactions to support China in fulfilling its obligations under international human rights law.
Nepal has been adopting non-aligned foreign policy: PM
The Govt of Nepal always has kept national interest in front and worked on the issues of mutual benefits when it comes to its neighbors and other countries: Nepal PM Sher Bahadur Deuba in the parliament
Seven new Covid cases in J-K
Jammu and Kashmir recorded seven fresh coronavirus cases on Saturday, taking the infected count to 4,54,234, officials said. The death toll from the pandemic remained unchanged at 4,752 as no new fatality linked to the disease was reported in the past 24 hours, they said.
SpiceJet Boeing 737 aircraft was scheduled to operate SG-385 (Mumbai-Gorakhpur). During cruise, the windshield outer pane was observed to be cracked. PIC decided to return back to Mumbai. ATC was apprised and the aircraft landed safely at Mumbai airport: SpiceJet Spokesperson
Passenger train services between Bangladesh & India will resume from tomorrow
India-Bangladesh Maitree Express & Bandhan Express will resume from May 29 & 30 respectively: Ekalabya Chakraborty, Chief PRO Eastern Railway
Telangana logs 43 new COVID-19 cases
Telangana on Saturday recorded 43 new COVID-19 cases taking the overall tally to 7,93,133. Hyderabad reported the highest number of cases with 26.A Health department bulletin said 45 people recuperated from the infection and the cumulative number of recoveries till date was 7,88,599.
North India’s first biotech park inaugurated in J-K’s Kathua
Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Saturday inaugurated north India’s first industrial Biotech Park in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, saying “it will act as hub for incubation of new ideas”. He said the central government through the department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, has taken a number of initiatives to accelerate the growth of biotechnology by promoting development of innovative technologies, infrastructure, human resources and industry, which has helped the sector to gain global visibility.
Gadkari urges farmers to take up ethanol production
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday said as the Centre has permitted the production of ethanol from rice, jowar and maize, farmers can turn fuel producers and become prosperous. The Union minister for road transport and highways was speaking at the inauguration of two flyovers in Maharashtra’s Akola city.