The restrictions, however, are not applicable on international all-cargo operations and flights specially approved by the DGCA, the notification said.
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‘Social outcast’ behind $17 million dark web drug syndicate
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A court has ruled that a grandmother who looked after a child should inherit from the child’s estate, rather than the child’s father, who did not help to look after him.
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The rotation into cyclical stocks has sapped momentum from tech’s red-hot run but fund managers are divided on whether it’s time to buy.
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Move forms part of ‘zero tolerance’ initiative to create safe third level campuses
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The Cabinet sub-committee on Covid-19 will meet this evening to assess how and when the Government should ease Level 5 restrictions, ahead of a full and decisive Cabinet meeting tomorrow lunchtime.
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The court would hear, on December 9, a plea by the Association of Healthcare Providers challenging the state government’s decision of reserving 80% ICU beds in 33 private hospitals for Covid-19
Calling the surge in Covid-19 cases in the Capital alarming, the Delhi high court on Thursday said it would hear,Read More