‘CMs Should Work Together To Tackle Stubble Burning'
The Morning Standard|November 25, 2020
Arvind Kejriwal says pollution from stubble burning in the NCR has been a contributor in making Covid’s third wave more dangerous

During the virtual meeting held with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other state heads, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday raised the issue of stubble burning’s impact on corona patients due to toxic air.

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday lauded the Delhi Police for effectively handling law and order situation despite the challenges posed by Covid-19, North East Delhi riots, migrant movement and ongoing farmers’ protest.

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400 Cancer Children Continue Their Education On Tablets

As classrooms across the country, including Canshala and Learning Clinics in hospitals, remain closed in the pandemic, CanKidsKidsCan, the National Society for Change for Childhood Cancer in India, distributed tablets to 400 children with cancer in 17 hospitals across India during the official launch of their Online Classes, so that kids can pursue their education online.

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Do Not Ignore Seasonal Swellings

Are you suffering from painful, itchy swollen fingers or toes? Worry not, you are one of the many who experience this occurrence in the winters, particularly on days when there is little sunshine.

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‘Filing FIRs Has Become Fashionable'

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Five - Star - Speechless Siraj Rises Above Tears, Jeers

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After Multiple Cases, Tandav Cast Apologises

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Mamata To Contest From Suvendu's Fortress

UPPING her game in the upcoming West Bengal elections, Trinamool Congress supremo and chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said she would contest from Nandigram against her once trusted lieutenant Suvendu Adhikari, who joined the BJP last month. It was Nandigram, the epicentre of farmers’ movement, that propelled her to power 10 years ago.

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