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Additional sessions judge Nilofer Abida Parveen was informed by advocate Abhishek Gupta, Sidhu’s lawyer, that his client is not associated with any of the farm unions that are protesting against the three new agriculture laws and that the actor just happened to be at the “wrong place at the wrong time”.
In Vadodara, Officer on Special Duty Vinod Rao issued a notification on Thursday to appoint two nodal officers to ensure the availability of Remdesivir injection, which has been in short supply for the last few days.
The second wave of Covid infections is sparking another reverse migration of workers returning to their home states from places reporting sharp increases in cases. This threatens to reverse the gains from around Diwali last year when workers who had left in the first exodus had started to return to the states where they had worked.
She said the Election Commission may serve 10 show-cause notices on her but that will not change her stance.
A hotel owner who was one of the wealthiest men in the UK was reportedly found stabbed to death at his $2 million country house
Sir Richard Sutton was a high-profile hotel owner, known for his five-star hotels on Park Lane and Piccadilly in Mayfair.
Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope, however, reiterated that they would need at least 40 lakh doses per week to run its vaccination drive without hitches.
Night curfew from 10 pm to 5 am every day from April 10 to April 20 will be imposed in Bengaluru, Mysore, Mangalore, Kalaburagi, Bidar, Tumkur and Udupi-Manipal, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said.
The order comes a day after Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath held a videoconference with officials of 13 high Covid-19 caseload districts and two days after the Delhi government imposed similar restrictions.
Nagpur is the worst affected. On Thursday, it had only three ventilator beds left.
Karnataka health minister Dr. K Sudhakar has promised to test at least 20 contacts for every single Covid positive case that is detected in Bengaluru.
For the week ending on April 8, Delhi has now reported 4,684 new infections every day on average, the highest the seven-day average has touched since December 1.