Desh Bhagat University and Global school Celebrated International Yoga Day

Desh Bhagat University and Desh Bhagat Global school Celebrated International Yoga Day by organizing an online webinar and events with the theme of "Yoga for Wellness"& "Be With Yoga, Be at Home”. 

'Yoga emerges ray of hope in COVID-19 pandemic'

Yoga not only keeps human physically and mentally fit but also go a long way in maintaining balance between body and soul. This was stated by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while addressing the virtual celebration of International Yoga Day-2021 organized by the Ayush Vibhag Himachal Pradesh at Peterhof here on Monday. 

The song produced by Ludhiana businessman Ashish Gupta will be released on 23rd June.

The Punjabi song "Pyaar Ha Karda" is produced by Ashish Gupta, a businessman of Ludhiana City. Which will reach the people on June 23, apart from YouTube and other social media, through Jass records channel.

Two die of black fungus in Himachal 

Himachal Pradesh Health department today said that during the treatment of Black Fungus including a woman two persons died in Indira Gandhi Medical College Hospital today. Both the patients were under treatment


Governor Punjab and Administrator UT Chandigarh, Sh.V.P. Singh Badnore condoled the sad demise of legendary athlete Milkha Singh, who succumbed to Covid complications here late last night at PGIMER just a few days after the passing away of his wife, Nirmal Milkha Singh.

Leads in Covid Caseload : Mumbai

With the Covid-19 situation improving in Pune, Mumbai has again taken the lead in terms of active Covid cases in the state, accounting for 18,764 of the state's 134,747 ill patients, health officials said on Saturday.

Teen killed 4 members of family, buried them in godown for 4 months

A shocking incident has come to light at Kaliachak in West Bengals Malda district, where a 19-year-old youth allegedly killed his parents, sister and grandmother and kept the bodies buried in the godown of the house for the last four months.

Ludhiana D.C. directs Health Department to set up Special Camps for UDID cards from next week

Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma on Friday directed the health department to organize special camps in the district to speed up the enrolment of specially-abled persons for the Unique Disability Identity Card (UDID).

UHF Library gets 697 new books under ID Project

An exhibit of 697 printed books purchased under the Institutional Development Plan of the ICAR National Agricultural Higher Education Project was dedicated to the students and staff of Dr. YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry (UHF), Nauni on Thursday

21.88 lakh get first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in HP

As many as 21.88 lakh have been given first dose of Covid-19 vaccination in Himachal Pradesh, out of which 4,38,750 have also been given second dose of the vaccine till Thursday.

DBU Organized a webinar Innovation & Intellectual Property Rights 

Desh Bhagat University IEDC Patent cell in association with Ennoble IP organized a webinar on Innovation & Intellectual Property Rights. The session was for Students and the Faculty of Dental Sciences. 

Courses to be offered in English by degree colleges in Andhra

The Andhra Pradesh government declared on Tuesday that all degree colleges in the state will employ English as the medium of instruction starting from the 2021-22 academic year.

Andhra's Covid toll crosses 12k mark

Andhra Pradesh's Covid death toll crossed 12,000 mark on Tuesday with 53 fresh fatalities, even as the infections continued to dwindle, but logged cases higher than the previous day.

Lockdown relaxations in Jharkhand

 The Jharkhand government on Tuesday initiated the unlock process by announcing certain relaxations.

Shimla civic body receives sewer jetting and litter picking machines

Shimla Municipal corporation gets sewer jetting and litter picking machines provided by Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID), as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative at The Ridge Shimla today.
Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur flagged of the special vehicle on Tuesday.

The Punjab Government has given generous grants for the overall development of the villages : M.P. Manish Tewari

The Punjab Government under the leadership of Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh has generously released grants for the overall development of the villages of the state.This was stated by Mr. Manish Tewari, Member Lok Sabha from Anandpur Sahib and former Union Minister in the presence of MLA Mr. Angad Singh,

COVID-19 positivity rate declines to 2.4 in HP

The case positivity rate of COVID-19 in Himachal Pradesh has come down to 2.4 during last week.

People visiting HP are monitored through e-pass software

In order to facilitate the people visiting the State, Government has  removed the condition of RTPCR requirement to enter the State, but at the same time the Government was ensuring that nobody was allowed to flout the norms fixed by the Government to check spread of the Corona virus.

Cops in Karnataka suspended for beating man to death

Eight policemen were suspended for allegedly beating a 50-year-old man to death after he reportedly attacked a constable with a knife in Karnataka's Kodagu district, police said on Sunday.

HP govt is able to handle 4,124 indoor Covid patients 

The state government has claimed to have enhanced bed capacity in government health instititions from 440 to 4124, a jump of over 8 times. The spokesperson of the state government

Check facts regarding 'Learning Levels' of Delhi schools before stooping so low to politicise the issue, Singla advises Sisodia

Punjab Education Minister, Vijay Inder Singla, today advised his Delhi counterpart, Manish Sisodia to first check fact regarding the status of " Learning Level and Quality" parameter in the " Performance  Grading Index" released by the Union government before


The Cabinet Minister and Senior Congress leader S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa has termed the SAD-BSP alliance as a rank opportunistic one which is more of a marriage of convenience based on votebank politics sans any ideological foundations.

Two cops, two civilians killed in terror attack at Sopore

Terrorists have martyred two cops and two civilians in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sopore on Saturday in a grenade attack. 

Ex-CM Virbhdra Singh reaffected with Covid at IGMC hospital

Former Chief Minister and veteran Congress leader Virbhadra Singh is tested Corona positive for second time in last few months, and is shifted to Makeshift Covid Hospital at IGMC on Friday afternoon. 

CEO Shrine Board hands over Oxygen Concentrators to DC Reasi

Continuing with its support towards the efforts being made to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board today provided 18 Oxygen Concentrators, one each for the 18 Panchayat Level COVID Care Centres established by the District Administration in Katra and Panthal Blocks of Reasi District. 

Government is Indebited to Teachers for making Punjab Leader in the field of Education : CM Capt Amrinder Singh

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Thursday said that his government and people of the state would ever remain indebted to the teacher fraternity for their strenuous efforts which made Punjab number one in school education in the country.  

11 people killed as four story building collapses in Malad 

Eleven people, including six children, were killed and seven others injured when a four-storey building collapsed in Malad's Malvani area late on Wednesday night after a daylong rain in Mumbai.  

Centre clears 12 projects worth Rs 194.58 crore for HP

The Government of India has today approved 12 projects amounting to Rs. 194.58 crore under Central Road and Infrastructure Fund (CRIF) scheme for the State.

Aadhar Card based COVID-19 data can help boost research  

Researchers in the field of Virology have emphasised the need to seek information from all those who have received Corona-19 vaccine.

It is easy to get the feedback, as producing Aadhar Card is mandatory for getting the vaccine. 

Fewer cops infected in 2nd Covid wave than first

So far, 143 out of 152 police officers infected with Covid-19 in the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in Prayagraj have recovered, while nine cops, including six in Prayagraj, two in Fatehpur, and one in Pratapgarh, are still receiving treatment. 

Boatmen reeling under financial crisis

Around 75% of the city's 3,000 boatmen, who make their living by serving to pilgrims and other visitors at Sangam and other ghats, are having difficulty arranging two square meals a day. Despite the relaxation of restrictions on June 1, Sangam still receives relatively few tourists, putting the boatmen community in a bind. 

Amit Negi, Baljeet Kaur from HP scale peaks of Mount Everest 

Amit Negi from Kinnaur scaled world highest peak of Mount Everest, while Baljeet Kaur scaled toughest peak in Mount Everest Massif.

17 killed in road mishap in UP’s Kanpur

At least 17 people were killed and several others sustained injuries some of them seriously when a tempo collided with a double decker bus at Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday night. The injured have been admitted to the hospital.

NK Sharma opposes illegal Case registered against Akali Leaders

Protesting against illegal leaflets issued to Shiromani Akali Dal district in-charges, district presidents and MLAs during a dharna outside the house of Punjab Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu in Mohali over the corona vaccine scam. MLA NK Sharma said that Punjab Chief Minister was working as a police officer. He said that Capt. Amarinder Dande wanted to 

Mucormycosis caseload crosses 1K-mark in TN: Minister

Tamil Nadu Medical and Family Welfare minister Ma Subramanian has said that the mucormycosis (black fungus) cases in the state have crossed 1000. He was speaking to reporters at the Government Medical College hospital, Omandarur Estate, Chennai on Tuesday.

Seven prisoners flee from police custody in Patna district

Seven persons escaped from police custody after an appearance in a court in Bihar's Patna district on Tuesday, police said.

Gurugram hospitals to reserve 50% ICU beds for Covid patients

In view of decline in Covid-19 cases in Gurugram, District Magistrate Yash Garg on Tuesday ordered all private and public hospitals to reserve 30 per cent of their total beds capacity in general category and 50 per cent


Extending a helping hand to the family of a young fitness trainer Barinder Kohli (38) who had passed away recently, Punjab Youth Development Board (PYDB) Chairman Sukhwinder Singh Bindra on Tuesday assured 

COVID-19 positive cases rate comes down to 5.3 percent in HP

The positivity rate during the last week from May 31 to June 6, has come down to 5.3 percent. A total of 5,634 positive cases of the total 1.06 lakh people tested bringing down the positivity rate of the state to 5.3%,

Night flights to start from Prayagraj airport

In a significant decision, the city's Civil Enclave will now be open for night landing of airplanes, providing a much-needed boost to passenger aviation operations to and from Prayagraj. "We are working very hard to get the night-landing facility for Civil Enclave at Bamrauli as soon as possible so that we can improve its connectivity. 

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