WITH the highly infectious Omicron variant of the coronavirus being detected in at least two more countries on Sunday, the central government decided to review its decision on resuming full international travel from December 15.
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No foreign chief guest at R-Day celebrations again
PM Modi to have virtual meeting with Central Asia nations on Jan 27
British PM Denies Lying To Parl About Lockdown Party London
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday “categorically” rejected claims by his former chief aide that he lied to parliament last week about a Downing Street party held during a strict lockdown.
Blast On Navy Ship Kills 3 Personnel
An explosion onboard a Navy ship at the Mumbai port killed three personnel and left 11 others injured. The blast happened in an inter nal compar tment of INS Ranvir.
No New Talks Until West Responds To Demands: Russia
MOSCOW on Tuesday rejected fresh talks on Ukraine unless the West responds to its demands, as the US and NATO pushed for more negotiations to avert a possible Russian invasion of its pro-Western neighbour.
Nadda scans candidates, BJP holds talk with allies
BJP chief J P Nadda on Tuesday held discussions with the core group of the Uttar Pradesh unit led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to discuss the prospective nominees for the remaining seats in the state.
City hospitals face shortage of equipment
Paucity of CT, MRI and mammography leads to delay in conducting important tests
Nieva set to continue, talks on to get high performance directors at all levels
THOUGH he’s yet to get a fresh contract, it looks like the uncertainty surrounding Santiago Nieva’s — India men’s boxing high performance director (HPD) — future is over.
Malta legislator becomes third female president of EU Parliament
ROBERTA METSOLA, a Christian Democrat from Malta, was elected president of the European Union’s parliament on Tuesday, putting women in three of the four biggest jobs in the 27-nation bloc.
50-member special QAT commando force to combat terror in the capital
THE national capital will get a special unit of highlytrained commandos equipped with state-of-the-art weapons to combat terror situations.
Big-hitters through to second round
ANDY Murray turned back the clock in typically combative style and Daniil Medvedev underlined his status as the man to beat on day two of the Australian Open on Tuesday.