Covid-19: 35% dip in active cases as 24 states see 2nd wave ebbing | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Driven by a steady increase in testing, a drop in positivity, and a rising recovery rate, 24 states reported a drop in active cases since last week, the Health Ministry said, underscoring that the second wave was reassuring, There was no room for laxity in prevention measures and covid-appropriate behavior. Currently, Kovid-19 has …

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Garland announces 6 steps DOJ is taking to improve efforts to combat hate crimes

Thursday’s memo follows a 30-day “quick review” Garland ordered in March, soon after it was confirmed, to find that the Justice Department is “at its disposal” to deal with hate crimes nationwide How one can deploy all devices ”. The effort came on the heels of an increase in hate crimes and incidents of hate, …

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Bill Cosby denied parole after refusing sex offender treatment

Bill Cosby will not be released from prison anytime soon. The 83-year-old actor, who is currently serving a sentence of three to 10 years in Pennsylvania state prison after being convicted of sexual assault in 2018, has been denied parole for nearly three years in his sentence. The Pennsylvania State Parole Board partially rejected Cosby’s …

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Vaccines in short supply world over, says Centre | India News – Times of India

New Delhi: Vaccines are in limited supply globally and manufacturers have given preference to their countries of origin as has happened in India, with the government responding to criticism on Thursday saying it has sourced anti-kovid shots from abroad. Has not done enough for . “Companies have their own preferences, game-plans and compulsions to allocate …

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COVID-19 cases spiking again at some ICE detention centers

Several immigration detention centers in the U.S. are experiencing new spikes in COVID-19 cases. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials attribute the spikes to newly arrived immigrants transferred to ICE detention facilities from Border Patrol facilities near the border with Mexico, where there has been an influx of migrants and asylum seekers. Many critics, however, …

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Former Palm Beach County GOP leader charged in Capitol riot

Using Facebook photos and videos captured during the January 6 riots in the US Capitol, the FBI this week accused Palm Beach County, Florida’s commission candidate and former GOP heavyweight of involvement in a deadly stampede. 67-year-old Jodi Tagaris, who lives near Jupiter, has been charged with four federal misdemeanors, alleging that she illegally entered …

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Clip showing Sushil Kumar beating up wrestler surfaces | Delhi News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: In growing trouble for arrested wrestler Sushil Kumar, a video has surfaced showing him allegedly assaulting another wrestler, Sagar Dhankar, at the Chhatrasal Stadium on the night of 4 May. Dhankar, who was lying on the ground in the video, later died. In the video, the two-time Olympic medalist can be seen holding …

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Mumbai: HSC students are eager for the exam but travel to the centers is a matter of concern – Times of India

Mumbai: Even the twelfth grade students in the city are keen to sit for their Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exam, but there are concerns that around 40% of them have to travel long distances to reach their colleges for the exam. Have to do it. The state has halted the HSC examinations due to the …

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Twitter fear-mongering, seeking dubious sympathy, must cooperate with probe: Cops | India News – Times of India

New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Thursday lashed out at Twitter Inc., referring to some comments allegedly made in connection with the ongoing investigation into the Toolkit controversy. Describing Twitter’s conduct as “vague, subversive and on-trend”, police said the company was claiming to be both an investigative authority as well as a judicial authority when …

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