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India has enough oxygen stock, issue is its transportation: MHA

Amidst increasing demand for oxygen, Additional Secretary in MHA said, "There is absolutely no need to panic for oxygen as we are trying to resolve the issue of oxygen transportation

Amnesty’s exit

It is deplorable to treat human rights organisations like criminal enterprises and dissenting individuals as criminals without credible evidence

IPS officer loses CBI field posting as wife complains of multiple extra-marital affairs

He was also involved in a similar controversy when he was posted as SSP Jhansi, the complaint sent to MHA reveals.

Detailed SOP prepared for conducting exams: HRD Minister

MHRD has prepared a detailed SOP in association with MHA and Ministry of Health for conducting examinations with precaution due to COVID-19 status, says Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank

Planning significant investment, more hiring in India: Zoom

In a blog on Medium, Sankarlingam said India is and will continue to be an important market for Zoom,

40 websites of banned group Sikh For Justice blocked by govt

New Delhi: As many as 40 websites belonging to the Sikh For Justice (SFJ), an outlawed organisation, have been blocked by the government for supporting...

Ministry of Home Affairs announces Unlock 2 guidlines

An MHA release said that schools, colleges and coaching institutions will remain closed till July 31 and the decision has been taken after extensive consultation with States.

Restaurateurs say govt SOPs make business unviable

New Delhi: The government, in a long anticipated move, has given restaurants the nod to open their doors but many owners say the cap on...

Sports Authority of India releases SOP for training

The home ministry allowed the opening of sports complexes and stadia in its guidelines for the fourth phase of the lockdown, which has been extended till May 31.

Sensex crashes 1,069 points

The 30-share BSE index ended 1,068.75 points or 3.44 per cent lower at 30,028.98, while the broader NSE Nifty plunged 313.60 points or 3.43 per cent to 8,823.25.

COVID-19 impact: States see sharp erosion in GST collections for April

Concerned about the steep fall, the Centre is yet to declare the GST collection numbers for April through monthly GST collection numbers.

Delhi launches exercise to open liquor shops in non-containment zones

The agencies have been asked to provide the details immediately and also give an undertaking stating that liquor shops being allowed to open will fulfil all conditions prescribed by the MHA.

Relaxation on liquor shops in certain areas

The guidelines issued on Friday prescribe that minimum of six-feet of physical distancing must be maintained and there should not be more than five people at one time at a shop

COVID-19 situation especially serious in Ahmedabad, Surat, Hyderabad, Chennai: MHA

The Home Ministry said that violations of lockdown measures reported in some parts of the country pose a serious health hazard to public and may lead to the spread of COVID-19.

Centre objects to Kerala easing lockdown restrictions

Kerala government has announced relaxation of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in two zones, allowing among others private vehicles movement in an odd-even basis and dine-in services at hotels from Monday.

Zoom still ‘safe’ for some Hyderabad schools

Hyderabad: Despite guidelines and advisories issued by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) warning that Zoom app is an ‘unsafe’ platform for holding meetings and...

COVID-19: MHA extends visa of stranded foreigners till May 3

The Home Ministry also said the visa granted to those foreigners, except diplomats and UN officials, who are supposed to come to India, will remain suspended till May 3.

COVID-19 apps like ‘Spymax’ may steal your data

Beware of frauds in the name of Coronavirus. Some cyber fraudsters are circulating a malware link about the so-called Coronavirus app like Spymax, Corona Live 1.1 etc, says Cyber Coordination Centre

Spitting in public now an offence under Disaster Management Act: MHA

Spitting in public is an offence under municipal laws in various cities, but it is hardly taken seriously by the people in the country.

India lockdown: Over 15 industries get nod to start with minimum staff in single shift

These include those involved in manufacturing of heavy electrical items like transformers and circuit vehicles, telecom equipment and components including optic fiber cable, compressor and condenser units, steel and ferrous alloy mills, spinning and ginning mills, power looms, and defence and defence ancillary units.

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