At a comprehensive meeting to review the public health preparedness in the backdrop of the new variant, which is possibly more transmissible than the highly infectious Delta variant, the PM highlighted the need for monitoring all international arrivals, their testing as per guidelines with a specific focus on countries identified as ‘at risk.’
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Honour Ex Gratia Promise To Covid Warriors: Nurses
Vow to protest till govt doesn’t compensate eight fallen colleagues
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L-G to take call on curfew & curbs at Jan 27 meeting
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Sharjeel to face sedition, UAPA for speech: Court
Imam accused of delivering incendiary speeches at Jamia, AMU
Easier access to citizen-centric police services
IN an attempt to streamline the process of police interaction with public and to ensure greater transparency and easy accessibility, the Union Ministry of Home affairs (MHA) has asked its think tank, Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), to collate best IT practices across states and establish benchmarks for providing citizen-centric services, this newspaper has learnt.
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