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Delhi

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Around 60 paramedical staff of Delhi prisons dept vaccinated against COVID-19 so far

The vaccination will help boost the morale of the jail officials and security forces personnel

COVID-19 War Room to come up in national capital to keep eye on city's fight against virus. (PTI Photo)

COVID-19 war room in Delhi to track city's fight against virus

The new strategic facility will cover aspects such as testing, bed strength, medical equipment and containment zones

A farmer throws back a tear gas shell towards police during a tractor rally as farmers continue to protest against the central government's recent agricultural reforms in New Delhi on January 26, 2021. (AFP)

Farmers protest: Entry, exit gates of over 10 Delhi metro stations temporarily closed

Police used tear gas on groups of farmers and resorted to baton charge as protestors broke past barricades at different border points

The top court also issued notice to Maharashtra government and permitted the AG to file an appeal against the January 19 verdict of the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court. (ANI)

Skin to Skin contact: SC stays Bombay HC order acquitting man under POCSO

The verdict said that groping a minor's breast without

According to an order issued by Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev, the night curfew will also be imposed from 11 pm on January 1 to 6 am on January 2. (Representational Image: AFP)

Night curfew in Delhi today and tomorrow to restrict New Year celebrations

However, there will be no restriction on interstate movement of people and goods during night curfew in Delhi, the order said

Mumbai

 Mumbai Metro One said that it will start operations from October 19 and the services will operate from 8.30am to 8.30pm. (Representational Image: PTI)

Mumbai Metro service to resume on Monday

MMOPL said the entry points at every station will be limited to ensure effective crowd management and screening

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COVID-19 in India: BMC puts curbs on mass Chhath Puja celebration in Mumbai

The festival dedicated to the Sun god will be celebrated on Friday and Saturday

 File picture of Republic TV CEO Vikas Khanchandani leaving after being questioned by Mumbai Police in a probe related to TRP manipulation case, in Mumbai, Sunday, October 11, 2020. (PTI)

TRP scam: Republic Media Network's CEO arrested

The police have arrested a total of 13 persons in the case so far

Four people were injured and they taken to the nearby Cooper Hospital, a civic official said. (Twitter/@anumandloi)

4 injured in fire at cylinder godown in Mumbai's Versova

The blaze erupted around 9.40 am due to a cylinder blast in the godown located on Yari Road in Versova area of the western suburb

Kolkata

Owaisi's proposed rally has evoked sharp reactions from the ruling TMC. (PTI file)

AIMIM to kick off Bengal campaign with Owaisi's rally on Feb 25

AIMIM has already come up with posters and the slogan Awaz uthaneke waqt aa chuka hain (time has come to raise your voice)

Senior BJP leader Mukul Roy

Mukul Roy booked for taking bribe, moves Calcutta HC for anticipatory bail

Sources claimed that he played a crucial role behind the recent induction of a group of Tollywood actors into the BJP.

The Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute in Kolkata is a central government institution.

Bengal to turn two big hospitals into corona facilities

Together they will add 2300 beds to the war against corona

BJP MP of Barrackpore Arjun Singh (Photo: ANI)

BJP MP suffers head injuries, claims police attacked him

The Barrackpore police commissioner led a large contingent of force to bring the situation under control.

 Cyclone Amphan toll rises to 85 in Bengal; protests over electric, water supply. (PTI Photo)

Cyclone Amphan death toll rises to 85 in Bengal, residents protest over basic needs

People in various parts of Kolkata staged protests and blockades since Friday night demanding immediate resumption of power and water supply

In Other Cities

Supriya Sule

Pawar buries hatchet with Patil, seeks support for Sule

NCP MLA Supriya Sule is contesting from the Baramati Lok Sabha constituency.

Social workers warn of a spread of HIV if CSWs are forced to abandon safe-sex practices. (Photo: WHO)

Sex workers are starving, would you help them?

Unlike other categories of workers, CSWs have no social support system to turn to

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, (Image source: PTI)

Grand Alliance to organise human chain in Bihar against farm laws

Does he think the agitating farmers are justified in hitting the streets, questions Tejashwi Yadav

Mohan Bhagwat (Photo: PTI)

Ram Mandir certain to be built, says RSS chief

Joshi was speaking with media persons Wednesday evening after attending a college function in Nagp