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Coronavirus : 6109 New Infections; 6108 Recoveries; 6109 Contact Cases; Deaths 19
Thiruvananthapuram : The state recorded  6753 fresh Covid-19 cases today taking the total confirmed cases so far in the pandemic to  8,47,025 Total recoveries up to now figures at  8,03,094 . A total of  70,395  persons remain under treatment currently. The new infections ...
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Talks Fail For the 11th Time ; Farmers To Continue Protest; Tractor Rally on Republic Day
NEW DELHI; The talks attempted for the 11th time between central government and protesting farmers too  have failed. The leaders from farm organisations stood their ground that the three anti-farmer laws must be repealed while centre remained adamant on retaining them. The talks were held at Vigyan ...
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UAE approves Russia's Sputnik COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use
Manama: The UAE health ministry approved Russia’s Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use on Thursday, amid a surge in virus infection in the country. Sputnik is the third COVID-19 vaccine to be approved in the UAE after Sinophrm and Pfizer.  “Study results have demonstrated ...
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Japan’s PM Vows To Host Olympics Despite Virus Surge Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Yohihide Saga told parliament on Monday that Japan “would hold the already-postponed Olympics” this summer, pledging to get coronavirus surges around the country under control. “We will have full anti-infection measures in place and proceed with preparation ... Read More
“Film Festival Will Come To T’Puram in Coming Years: Speculation Mongers’ Atteempts In Vain: Kadakampally Thiruvananthapuram: : Minister Kadakampally Surendran reacted to row kicked over decision to hold international film festival in four segments, saying, those throwing up controversies are people who wish they can create darkness by closing of  eyes. The change of venue  will be isolated to ... Read More
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