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Capt Amarinder to write to PM seeking cancellation of final term University exams

Punjab

Capt Amarinder to write to PM seeking cancellation of final term University exams

CHANDIGARH : Terming the Covid situation in the state non-conducive to the conduct of examinations, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder on Thursday said that he shall write to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah seeking cancellation of exams in universities and colleges in the interest and safety of the students.
Capt Amarinder gives go-ahead to set up plasma bank as covid cases spike in Punjab

Punjab

Capt Amarinder gives go-ahead to set up plasma bank as covid cases spike in Punjab

CHANDIGARH:Even as the state government prepared to launch its pilot Rapid Antigen Testing project in five of the worst affected districts from Friday, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh today gave the go-ahead for establishment of a Plasma Bank to facilitate Covid plasma therapy treatment, which is already being carried out as an ICMR trial project in the state’s government hospitals.
Now MP Minister faces heat over Dubey's surrender, Oppn says arrest 'stage-managed'

National

Now MP Minister faces heat over Dubey's surrender, Oppn says arrest 'stage-managed'

LUCKOW/BHOPAL:The war of words between the Congress and the BJP over dramatic surrender of Uttar Pradesh's most wanted gangster Vikas Dubey, has taken a turn for the worse. UP Congress, in a tweet, has named Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra as having allegedly facilitated the surrender of Dubey in Mahakaal temple at Ujjain. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi too raised questions on Mishra's role in the much-talked about surrender.
Gangster's mother says govt must do what it deems fit

National

Gangster's mother says govt must do what it deems fit

BIKRU(Kanpur):After the dramatic arrest of notorious gangster Vikas Dubey, accused of killing eight policemen in Kanpur, from the Mahakal temple in Ujjain early on Thursday morning, his mother Sarala Devi said the government is free to decide her son's fate.

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