The Morning Standard - July 01, 2022
The Morning Standard - July 01, 2022
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In this issue
July 01, 2022
Home they brought their dear one dead
BJP curveball: Shinde CM, Fadnavis Deputy
Seen as Shah’s masterstroke to diminish the Thackeray brand
Street vendors switching to plastic alternatives
First monsoon rain showers mercy, woes
Mercury comes down by seven notches, more showers predicted for next two days; rainfall deficit to end in July
Flooding at Pragati Maidan underpass drowns PWD claim
THE newly inaugurated underpass of the Pragati Maidan Integrated Transit Corridor was waterlogged after the very first monsoon downpour, belying the tall claims made by the Public Works Department.
‘Gujarat BJP team failed to find shortcomings’
Sisodia says party leaders from Gujarat completed city tour but couldn’t find substandard school or mohalla clinic
IIT to curate robotics curriculum for schools of excellence
AS a pathway to enabling students to pursue higher education and diverse careers, the Delhi Board of School Education (DBSE) has brought in experts from IIT Delhi to design the robotics and automation curriculum for the city government’s Schools of Specialised Excellence (SoSE).
Unique Skilling Initiative For Tihar Jail Inmates Soon, Say Edu Officials
In order to aid inmates of the Tihar Jail reintegrate better with the society after completion of their sentence, the city government will now provide them skill training and educational support. Prior to this, government school teachers will study their education background and potential skills.
IUML leader’s son held with gold at airport
CUSTOMS officials have arrested Abdul Salman, son of an IUML leader in Muliyar, with gold worth Rs 60.24 lakh at Mangaluru airport.
Five die after auto comes in contact with electric wire
Power distribution firm says wire snapped after a squirrel jumped on clamps of poles
Amarinder to join BJP next month by merging his party
FORMER Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to formally join the BJP on his return from London where he is convalescing after a lower-back surgery last week. He is likely to be back in India late next week when the process of his induction would begin.
BJP KILLS TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE
By letting Shinde take over the CM post and making Fadnavis assume deputy CM chair, the national leadership of BJP is attempting to lure numerically strong Marathas to its fold
Omicron Sub-Variants Driving Covid Surge In 110 Countries
COVID-19 cases are rising once again across the world, driven by two Omicron sub-variants BA.4 and BA.5, said the World Health Organization (WHO), adding that the number of new coronavirus cases rose by 18 per cent in the last week, with more than 4.1 million cases being reported globally.
Amarnath Yatra Starts After 3 Yrs, 3k Pilgrims Visit Cave Shrine On Day 1
After a gap of three years, the Amarnath Yatra in the Himalayas started amid tight security measures in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. Over 3,000 pilgrims had darshan of the ice lingum at the cave shrine on the first day.
Udaipur: CM Promises Fair Probe As State Remains Tense
AMID curfew and tension in Udaipur, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot on Thursday visited the house of Kanhaiya Lal who fell to a barbaric attack by two Islamic radicals on Tuesday. Gehlot expressed his condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased. The CM offered a cash compensation of ₹51 lakh and jobs for both sons of the victim.
Russian Forces Leave Snake Island, Ukraine Army Hails The Liberation
Moscow terms the pullout a ‘goodwill gesture’; Kyiv claims they escaped in speedboats
Israel sets fifth election in less than four years
ISRAELI lawmakers dissolved parliament, forcing the nation’s fifth election in less than four years, with Foreign Minister Yair Lapid set to take over as caretaker prime minister.
GST collection likely to exceed ₹1.4 lakh cr in June
THE GST collection in June is likely to cross ₹1.4 lakh crore on the back of corrective measures taken by the government to check tax evasion, a finance ministry official told TNIE.
Cryptos're ‘Clear Danger': RBI Guv
RBI examined vulnerabilities associated with crypto assets - bitcoin, stable coins, others
Kyrgios sets up Tsitsipas clash
NICK Kyrgios buried the rage he showed in his Wimbledon opener to ease into the third round on Thursday and warned: “I just wanted to remind everyone that I’m pretty good.”
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