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03 militants killed in encounter in J&K

April 27, 2020
Newsdesk

An encounter broke out between militants and security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district on Monday, leaving three terrorists dead, a defence spokesman said. | Read more|

India growth slipping to 0.8% in FY21 sees Fitch Ratings

April 23, 2020
Newsdesk

Fitch Ratings on Thursday slashed India's economic growth projections to 0.8 per cent in the current 2020-21 fiscal saying an unparalleled global recession was underway due to disruptions caused by the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic and resultant lockdowns. | Read more|

Refineries scale back output as virus chokes demand

April 23, 2020
Newsdesk

India’s crude processing in March fell 5.7% from a year earlier, its biggest drop since September, as the coronavirus crisis and travel restrictions to curb its spread dented fuel demand and forced refineries to cut output. | Read more|

States told not to use rapid test kits

April 21, 2020
Newsdesk

As per news report of Hindustan Times, States advised not to use rapid testing kits for two days. A lot of variations, kits will be tested and validated by on-ground teams and we will give advisory in the next 2 days: R Gangakhedkar, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) | Read more|

Goa minister confirms state is officially 'Covid-19' free

April 19, 2020
Newsdesk

India recorded 507 deaths due to coronavirus, according to the data published on the health ministry website. The total number of Covid-19 infected people rose to 15,712 in the country, with 12,974 out of them being active cases, and 2,230 being cured or discharged. | Read more|

21 Navy Sailors In Mumbai Test COVID-19 +ve

April 18, 2020
Newsdesk

In Mumbai 21 sailors of the Indian Navy have been tested positive for coronavirus. The sailors have been quarantined at a naval hospital in the city. This is the first set of coronavirus or COVID-19 cases being reported in the navy. A massive operation to trace people who may have come in contact with the sailors is on | Read more|