“I am not scared… I have to live and die here,” said Ramesh Kumar. “There is no fear. I do not feel any kind of threat as I have been living here and this is my home,” he added.
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Priority 45-plus in Maharashtra
Due to vaccine shortage, first doses meant for younger lot to be given to seniors as second
The young Earth warrior
AARAV Seth from Indirapuram is just 12, but he has already found his life’s mission – to save the environment and help the needy.
Share formula to scale up vaccine production: CM
Kejriwal says SII and Bharat Biotech together produce only 6-7 crore doses per month
HC unhappy over Delhi govt giving incorrect facts about Covid hospital
In contrast to official claim, media reported that beds in Dwarka facility were not occupied
Govt affidavit shows low May stock for 18+
ONLY about 2 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses may be available for the 18-44-year age group across India this month, an affidavit filed by the Centre in the Supreme Court revealed.
Poll post-mortem panel soon amid claims of factionalism
THE Congress leader Sonia Gandhi on Monday constituted a fact-finding committee to look into the party’s dismal performance in the recent Assembly elections as the party’s incharges in various states flagged issues ranging from factionalism and over confidence that led to the poll defeat.
Studying Abroad in a Pandemic
ACROSS Delhi-NCR and beyond, teens and their parents are following the trajectory of Covid cases as anxiously as the rest of us; their case having even more ramifications.
Didi Bid To Throttle Free Press
Says she’ll prosecute those who highlight negative news on Covid as it spreads panic
Delhi Ordered 1.34 Crore Doses, Centre Cleared 3.5 Lakh: Sisodia
DELHI Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday claimed the BJP government at the Centre has allowed only 3.5 lakh doses of coronavirus vaccine for the national capital in May even though the AAP dispensation had placed orders for 1.34 crore doses with manufacturers.
Covaxin Doses To Last A Day, Covishield 3-4 Days In Delhi, Says Jain
Vaccine supply became another flashpoint between the Centre-AAP government with Delhi health minister Satyendar Jain on Monday claiming that the city has stock left just for three-four days.
Where History Intersects With Myth
ASHWIN SANGHI is an Indian author in the intersecting genre of mythology, fiction and thriller. Here he is interviewed by RUDY SINGH at Kanha Shanti Vanam about his formative influences, what brought him to writing, and the gray area intersecting mythology and history. In Part 2, the conversation will also move to his own work and in particular his latest books.
We take the Hyundai Venue to beautiful and mesmerising Kashmir
With the Covid-19 pandemic dictating a new regime, most of the activities of life are getting into virtual mode. Owing to the communication blockade, Kashmir has finally managed its hiccups and is trying to manage the digital deficit. Shakir Ashraf reports about Kashmir’s new online stores
Free-roaming dogs in Kashmir bite thousands every year. Though the authorities assert that they have been sterilising the dogs and managing the waste food, the availability of lot of free food is a key factor in the dog population surge, reports Syed Samreen
Third terror attack within a week claims cop's life in Srinagar
IN the third attack within a week, militants on Thursday attacked the residence of a BJP leader in Nowgam area in outskirts of Srinagar, killing a policeman and snatching his service weapon.
SMART AND SKILLED
The Jammu and Kashmir government has constituted Technical Committee to vet the Detailed Project Reports (DPR) for Jammu and Srinagar Smart City projects on fast track basis along with laying emphasis on employment-oriented skill development.
PLAYING WITH ICE
Shakir Ashraf meets the Kashmir ice skater who represented India in Europe
Suhail Ahanger, one of the two cops who were killed in a hit-and-run attack by militants in Baghat, was orphaned when he was seven months old. His father, Mushtaq, was gone missing during the early days of militancy in October 1990 much before Suhail was born.
BISCOE'S KASHMIR 1935
Missionary educationist, Cecil Earle Tyndale Biscoe (1863–1949) was a key player in pushing Kashmir to modern education and better understanding of the world around them. This first hand narrative by a Canadian writer, Gordon Sinclair, offers an idea of the situation in which the British padre fought ignorance, and backwardness by using his school as the main change-maker in a society devastated by deceit, dogmas and discrimination. Between the lines, it tells the story about who mattered in 1930s’ of Kashmir and why
ENVOYS IN SRINAGAR
The latest visit by 24 foreign diplomats to Kashmir and Jammu coincided with various other developments in the region, a Team KL report