Prosecutors placed Kurz and nine others under investigation last week on suspicion of corruption offences, as part of what they suspect is the use of public funds to produce manipulated polling and newspaper coverage favourable to Kurz.
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Kisan Mahapanchayat Calls For BJP's Defeat In Elections
A Kisan mahapanchayat, held at Mumbai's Azad Maidan on the death anniversary of Jotirao Phule, called for the defeat of the BJP in all upcoming Assembly elections and the local body polls in Maharashtra.
Schools reopen, but most say full bus services are not feasible
WITH SCHOOLS reopening for all classes today, after being shut due to pollution, a handful of schools will also be resuming their bus services for students who wish to avail of it.
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WITH AN eye on reports from across the world about Omicron, the new Covid “variant of concern”, the Central Government Sunday issued revised guidelines for international travelers arriving from Europe, including the UK, and 11 other “at-risk countries, mandating testing on arrival, home quarantine for seven days on a negative result, and a retest on the eighth day.
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CM demands ban on flights from regions with new variant
DELHI CHIEF Minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday, requesting him to stop international flights from regions seeing a rise in Covid-19 cases.
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Population slowdown is triumph of India's people
WHEN THE Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released the findings of the fifth National Family Health Survey (NFHS), documenting government data on health and family welfare issues, there were a flurry of chest-thumping declarations. Many in the media reported that India's population had "stabilised" and some even claimed that it had begun "declining".
Better prepared than second wave DDMA meeting on Monday: Sisodia
AMID NEW COVID VARIANT CONCERNS