In a meeting held on Thursday, the SEC reviewed Bharat Biotech's application seeking grant of marketing authorisation for additional indication for Covid-19 vaccine for restricted use in emergency situations in the age group 6-12 years.
It is our collective aim to establish India as one of the key partners in global semiconductor supply chains, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday at the inaugural session of Semicon India Conference in Bengaluru. He added that India's consumption of semiconductors will cross $80 billion by 2026.
A fire broke out on the second floor of a building in Mumbai's Agripada area. As many as four fire engines were rushed to the spot. The cause of the fire and other details are awaited.
"Prima facie it suggests that some high tension wire came in contact with the temple car (of chariot festival) during the annual chariot festival in the kallimedu village," said V. Balakrishnan Inspector General of Police, Tiruchi Range.
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Justice Ramana was speaking at a joint conference of chief ministers and chief justices of high courts, which was also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The CJI said the government accounted for amajor part of the caseload in courts.
A total of 30,459 tests were conducted on Thursday, according to the Friday's health bulletin.
The petition contended that this was equivalent to the state government acting as the judge, jury and the executioner. Technically, the courts are expected to decide criminality before any property can be attached. In UP and MP, the state governments have been peremptorily razing buildings as part of punitive action against suspected rioters without following procedure under law.
While attending the inauguration of the Telangana State Judicial Officer Conference in Hyderabad, Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on April 15 said that the access to justice will only be possible whe...
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday said a specific wing or classroom where a COVID-19 case has been detected should be closed temporarily and clarified that the entire school should only be closed in specific cases.
The court also observed that the victim, her family members and all witnesses in the case must be given security. Considering the progress of the investigation, the court might consider CBI investigation at a later stage.
Banerjee, addressing a large gathering of industry tycoons at the Bengal Global Business Summit, said the state will work on eight pillars of development going ahead, including infrastructure, education, social security, skill development and ease-of-doing-business.
While 1,17,400 Ayushman Bharat -Health and Wellness Centres (AB-HWCs) have been made functional, the government said it is committed to establishing 1,50,000 such centres by December 2022. More than one lakh have registered successfully on e-Sanjeevani HWCs portal too.
The national capital experienced three prolonged heatwaves this month in the absence of periodic light rainfall and thundershowers which typify this time of the year due to the lack of active western disturbances.
In an interaction with a group of Indian reporters here, Jaishankar said that the discussion ranged on all issues, which of course was dominated by the situation in Ukraine, developments in India's neighbourhood and the Indo-Pacific, in addition to bilateral issues. However, the human rights issue was not part of the discussion, he asserted.