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Cases rise by 9,971, India now fifth worst-affected
As per the latest data, the 10 states with highest confirmed incidences together account for 84% of the total cases and 95% of the deaths. These states are Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan, UP, MP, West Bengal, Karnataka and Bihar.

Employ local workers to ensure no dip in production: TN CM Palaniswami
The Chief Minister went on to add that the State government was monitoring the situation closely and would announce more relaxations from the lockdown based on how things progress.

Andhra Pradesh govt to run trial 'darsanams' in temples on June 8, 9
Decision on hair tonsuring and Anna Prasadams will be taken by temple administrations. Wherever they are allowed, specific care must be taken.

Delhi cabinet meeting today over report on utilisation of health infrastructure
The Delhi Government had constituted a 5-member committee of doctors to prepare a report on the situation of hospitals in the national capital, availability of medical facilities, and also on providing medical aid to patients from outside Delhi.

Religious institutions and places of worship to remain closed till June 30: Arunachal government
Arunachal Pradesh secretary health and family welfare, P Parthiban stated, “In the interest of public and invoking of the Arunachal Pradesh Epidemic Disease (Prevention of COVID-19) Regulation, 2020 all religious institutions/places of worship shall remain closed toll June 30, 2020.”

Rajya Sabha polls: As three MLAs resign, Congress in Gujarat moves flock to resorts
While, several MLAs from north Gujarat were shifted to a resort near Ambaji in Banaskantha district, those from south and Central Gujarat were moved to private bungalows in Anand, Congress spokesperson Manish Doshi said, adding that legislators from Saurashtra region were shifted to a resort in Rajkot.

Influencers are appreciating their domestic help during lockdown; will it help solve the issues domestic workers face in India?
The pandemic and the lockdown have seen a wave of appreciative social media posts about domestic help from urban India’s celebrities and the not so famous alike. While many posted videos of a ritual aarti to express their relief about the help returning for work, some posted selfies or videos with them.

A new order: When the world emerges from the pandemic, we'll wake up to a new multilateral order
Covid has accelerated changes in the global multilateral system that have been on over the past few years.

Coronavirus tally: India overtakes Spain, 5th highest in world
India’s total Covid-19 caseload went past Spain’s on Saturday to become the fifth largest in the world, on a day when fresh infections in the country crossed 10,000 for the first time. As many as 297 deaths were reported, the highest single-day toll from the virus so far.

Tiger gets life behind bars for killing 3 humans
It’s wandering days are over. The nomad tiger from Maharashtra, which made headlines in 2018 for the longest dispersal in the quickest time in the country, may have to spend the rest of its life behind bars for three human kills.It was tranquillised in Kanha National Park and shifted to Van Vihar in Bhopal on Saturday, where it’s likely to be kept in solitary confinement, say sources.

India, China talks end on ‘positive trajectory
Sources said the meeting was “positive” and could eventually lead to restoration of status quo ante in eastern Ladakh, with both sides de-inducting soldiers and heavy weaponry from the confrontation sites at the northern bank of Pangong Tso (Tso means lake), Gogra-Hot Springs area and Galwan Valley region in a phased manner. The points lie along the LAC with Chinese troops having intruded into the Indian side at places leading to counter-mobilisation.

Guj Cong packs 65 MLA in hotels after 3 resign
With eight Congress MLAs resigning ever since RS polls were announced — three, namely Akshay Patel (Karjan), Jitu Chaudhary (Kaprada) and Brijesh Merja (Morbi), resigned in the past two days — the beleaguered party, yet again, packed off its remaining 65 MLAs to three resorts near Ambaji, Rajkot and Vadodara on Saturday.

It’s a lockdown till consumers unlock wallets
Companies await pick-up in demand to boost manufacturing, but people aren’t ready to loosen their purse strings yet

Live: 'Over 1L cases likely in Delhi by June end'
India's total number of Covid-19 cases went past Italy’s count with total cases surging to 2,36,657. India is now at the sixth spot in the list of nations with the highest caseloads of the virus. The country's death count stood at 6,642. Stay here for all live updates

10 states account for 95% of deaths
A higher number of Covid-19 tests per million population by a state may not necessarily co-relate to more confirmed cases detected or high fatality rates. The top 10 states with highest confirmed cases —Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan, UP, MP, West Bengal, Karnataka and Bihar — together account for 84% of the total cases and 95% of the fatalities.

'Mishra’s anti-CAA speech ‘incitement’ to violence'
He does not name Kapil Mishra. But the BJP politician’s “controversial” speech against anti-CAA protestors seems to have become a yardstick for measuring incitement to violence at Facebook, a leaked audio of CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s interaction with the company’s employees has revealed.

Elephant Case: FIR Against Maneka Gandhi for Misleading Statements

Elephant Case: FIR Against Maneka Gandhi for Misleading StatementsKerala police have filed an FIR against BJP MP and animal activist Maneka Gandhi for her provocative statements.

‘Safoora Stronger Than You Think’: Her Sister on Bail Being Denied

‘Safoora Stronger Than You Think’: Her Sister on Bail Being Denied“She is stronger than you can think, she has been involving herself in reading and praying,” her sister Sameeya said

Women Struggle to Get Back to Work in Canada After Covid-19 Crisis as 'She-cession' Weighs

Women Struggle to Get Back to Work in Canada After Covid-19 Crisis as 'She-cession' WeighsTotal employment increased by just 1.1% for women in Canada in May, compared with 2.4% for men, the Statistics Canada agency said.

Delhi May Report 1 Lakh Covid-19 Cases by June-end, Need 42,000 Beds by Mid-July: Govt Data

Delhi May Report 1 Lakh Covid-19 Cases by June-end, Need 42,000 Beds by Mid-July: Govt DataAs per a media report, the national capital has more than 8,600 beds for the treatment of Covid-19 patients. Of these, almost 49 per cent are already occupied. The government is working to increase the number of beds to about 9,800 by mid of June.

Kerala woman sexually assaulted, husband and 4 friends in custody

Kerala woman sexually assaulted, husband and 4 friends in custodyThe 24-year-old woman said that her husband made her drink alcohol forcibly and then left.

With BJP in Whatever Decision it Takes on Nitish Kumar for Bihar Assembly: Chirag Paswan

With BJP in Whatever Decision it Takes on Nitish Kumar for Bihar Assembly: Chirag PaswanLJP president Chirag Paswan did not make any direct demand about a change of leadership but asserted that he will be with the BJP in whatever decision the saffron party takes.

As migrant workers flout quarantine norms, increase in UP's COVID-19 cases triggers fear in rural areas; Nigrani Samitis prove toothless

As migrant workers flout quarantine norms, increase in UP's COVID-19 cases triggers fear in rural areas; Nigrani Samitis prove toothlessSome villagers groused that the panchayat pradhans are not reporting the issues to the police or concerned authorities.

Ex Amnesty India chief booked for calling for US like protests

Ex Amnesty India chief booked for calling for US like protestsNew Delhi, June 06: The Bengaluru police have registered a case against former Amnesty India director, Aakar Patel, after a Twitter post called for the emulation of peaceful protests witnessed in the United States over the death of an African American

Encounter underway between security forces, terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir`s Shopian
An encounter started between security forces and terrorists in Reban area of Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district on Sunday (June 7). 
COVID-19 pandemic may be over in India around mid-September, say health ministry officials
When will the coronavirus pandemic end in India? There is no definite answer yet, but senior officials of the Health Ministry predict that the pandemic in India may go in mid-September this year.
World Food safety day 2020: Know the keys to safer food
Food safety has become a major cause of concern in the past few years as the consumption of contaminated food has increased at large. The World Food Safety day celebrated every year on June 7, is a day that reminds people of the n
No gas leakage, says Mumbai Fire Brigade after complaints of foul smell from Chembur, Powai and nearby areas
The Mumbai Fire Department on Sunday (June 7) said that that no gas leakage was found in the city after receiving several complaints of a foul smell emanating in multiple areas of the city, including Chembur, Ghatkopar, Kanjurmarg
Rainfall lashes parts of Delhi-NCR, brings down temperature
 Delhi and several nearby areas received light to moderate rainfall on Sunday (June 7, 2020) morning bringing the temperatures down to 28 degrees celsius. The India Metrological Department (IMD) forecast said that thunderstorms wi
Pakistan wanted to cause communal unrest in India during anti-CAA protests: Report
Pakistan's ISI had conspired to launch terror attacks in India during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests which erupted across India in December 2019 after the passage of of Citizenship Amendment Bill in both houses
Mumbai officials ask residents to not panic after complaints of foul smell from Chembur and nearby areas
Mumbai's civic body, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), on Saturday (June 6) night directed the fire department to check up on complaints of a foul smell emanating in multiple areas of the city, including Chembur, Ghatk
25-year-old civilian shot dead by terrorists in Kashmir’s Baramulla district
Meanwhile, police and army have cordoned off the area to nab the attackers.   
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Emirates Cricket Board interested in hosting IPL 2020 in UAE: Report
The opening match of this year's IPL was supposed to be played between the most successful teams of IPL - defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) and CSK - at the iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on March 29.

Delhi likely to see at least one lakh COVID-19 cases by June-end, says five-member commitee
Based on this projection, the committee has advised the government to arrange for an additional 15,000 beds to cater to the needs of the coronavirus patients in the national capital.

Kriti Kharbanda on mental health amid coronavirus lockdown, says one shouldn't hesitate in seeking help
Kriti thinks that given this factor people suffering from mental health issues should accept they have a problem.

Cristiano Ronaldo is football's first billion-dollar man, beats Leo Messi to achieve feat
The 35-year-old is also the third athlete ever to achieve this feat while still playing.

'Trees will always bloom even after you are gone': Sutapa Sikdar shares pic of tree Irrfan Khan planted in 2016
Yesterday, Irrfan's son Babil also shared a throwback picture of Irrfan feeding a camel and spoke about his special relationship with rains.

Coronavirus in India LIVE: 2,46,628 COVID-19 cases; 6929 deaths; spike of nearly 10,000 cases
Maharashtra continues to be the epicenter of the coronavirus spread where the number of cases has witnessed an even large spike recently.

'Have some shame': Aakash Chopra bashes Pakistan players for claiming India deliberately lost in 2019 World Cup
The discussions about the Men In Blue's performance against the Three Lions have once again heated up after star England allrounder Ben Stokes quizzed their determination and intent in his new book titled 'On Fire'.

Sonu Sood is at it again: Actor sends 200 idli vendors back home to Tamil Nadu from Mumbai
Many of Sonu's fans are in awe of his efforts. One of them recently wrote, "This is what people with privileges do for others!!!"

Foul Smell in Several Mumbai Areas Triggers Panic About Gas Leak, BMC Says Situation Under Control
People had also panicked after reports of gas leak near the US Vitamin Company near Indira apartment, in east Govandi. However, firemen in their initial probe did not find any leakage.

Delhi May Report 1 Lakh Covid-19 Cases by June-end, Need 42,000 Beds by Mid-July: Govt Data
As per a media report, the national capital has more than 8,600 beds for the treatment of Covid-19 patients. Of these, almost 49 per cent are already occupied. The government is working to increase the number of beds to about 9,800 by mid of June.

It's Doctors vs Kejriwal as Delhi Medical Body Slams CM's 'Warning' Amid Rising Covid-19 Cases in Capital
Kejriwal on Saturday warned of strong action against some private hospitals allegedly refusing admission to Covid-19 patients and involving in 'black-marketing' of beds.

Militants Shoot Civilian Dead in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla
The police said an investigation is in progress and officers are working to establish the full circumstances of this terror crime.

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India Sees Biggest One-day Spike With 9,971 New Cases in 24 Hours, Death Toll Inches Towards 7,000-mark
Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India today reported the highest single-day spike of 9,971 new Covid-19 cases and 287 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of cases in the country to 2,46,628.

Turned Away from Quarantine Centre, Odisha Man Spends 2 Days in Jungle as Village Denies Him Entry
According to the man, he spent two days in the jungle near his village after the Sarpanch and local administration did not help him to get admitted to any quarantine centre.

Delhi Riots: Police File Chargesheet Against 410 People in 'Deep-rooted Conspiracy' Case
Communal violence had broken out in northeast Delhi on February 24 after citizenship law supporters and protesters clashed with each other in the area, leaving 53 people dead.

Nine IAS Officers Relieved from Covid-19 Duty in Odisha Amid Corruption Allegation
The clarification came a day after the opposition Congress and BJP alleged corruption in management and purchase of medical equipment and protective gear against the coronavirus.

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'Maybe 10, 15 years later, Rahul may mature'
'This business of monopoly of one family must end.''Here, they picked up a few leaders for him as he needed support which was okay, but later, they became his cronies.'

Trump didn't conspire with Russia: US attorney general
'While this (Mueller's) report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him" and sets out evidence on "both sides of the question'

Update: Bumrah has 'recovered' after hurting shoulder
His condition will be 'assessed' on Monday, the Mumbai Indians team management said.

How Rishabh Pant brightened his WC selection prospects
I am glad to bat anywhere the team wants me to: Pant

How to enhance your medical insurance coverage
A sum insured of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh may have been sufficient seven-eight years ago but would be inadequate today, especially for people living in metros, points out Sanjay Kumar Singh.

This athlete's fitness journey will baffle you
Raipur's Nami Rai didn't let marriage or lack of sporting facilities affect her love for fitness.

Why Akshay Kumar feels LUCKY
'I am 51 now. I think I can do action till 56.' 'After that, God knows.'

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Coronavirus: India overtakes Italy in cases amid easing of lockdown
India passes Italy in confirmed cases, with hospitals struggling to cope with the rising infections.

Coronavirus: India to reopen malls, restaurants and offices
Staggered work hours, no edible offering at temples and social distancing have been advised.

Basu Chatterjee: Bollywood's 'chronicler of simple romances' dies at 93
Basu Chatterjee told stories of regular middle-class men and women with humour and sensitivity.

India outrage after pregnant elephant dies eating 'firecracker fruit'
An inquiry is ordered in India after the pregnant elephant ate a pineapple containing firecrackers.

India coronavirus: Recession looms as economy reopens
Businesses and factories are reopening fast, but the future looks both uncertain and grim.

George Floyd death: The man who sheltered 80 US protesters
Hundreds of people found themselves trapped by police - until Rahul Dubey flung open his doors.

Cyclone Nisarga: India's Mumbai escapes worst cyclone in decades
India's financial capital narrowly escapes Cyclone Nisarga, as nearby areas bear the brunt.

Cyclone Nisarga: Dramatic scenes as storm makes landfall near Mumbai
Cyclone Nisarga looks as though it has narrowly missed India's financial capital.

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Indian-origin pharma boss banned for price-fixing in UK
Amit Patel, a former director at the pharmaceutical companies Auden McKenzie and Amilco, was the subject of a UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) investigation, which concluded with the ban on Thursday.

Washington resident Rahul Dubey hailed as hero after he opens his home for over 70 protestors in US
Rahul Dubey, who has been living in Washington DC for the last 17 years, accommodated the large number of people in his house with some adjusting on the couch, some finding space in the rooms, while some were gratified to get rest even on the ledges of the bathtub.

Indian-origin S African appointed COO of company assisting in combating organised bank-related crimes
The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) was formed by the country's major banks like the First National Bank and the Standard Bank. Besides assisting in combating organised bank-related crimes, SABRIC also keeps people informed about the latest banking scams and fraudster activity.

Indian-American doctors outraged at Floyd's death, racial discrimination in the US
An African-American man, George Floyd, 46, was killed after a white police officer kneeled on his neck as he gasped for breath till life left his body in Minneapolis on May 25. His death has triggered violent nationwide protests.

Indian-American aerospace expert Vivek Lall appointed General Atomics Chief Executive
"We are pleased to announce that Dr Vivek Lall will assume the position of Chief Executive at General Atomics Global Corporation, effective immediately," GA said in a statement emailed to on Sunday. General Atomics (GA) is one of the world's leading privately held nuclear and defense company.

Global Indians supporting Indians stranded overseas in a big way, says MEA secretary
“People of Indian origin overseas are an energetic and robust community and it is appreciated that they came forward to help their Indian brothers and sisters with food, shelter, counselling and in several other ways,” he said at a webinar dialogue on economic engagement between India and its diaspora organised by the PIO Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

Indian-American IBM scientist bags inventor of the year award for improving AI capabilities
Dr Joshi, who is a master inventor with more than 250 patented inventions in the US, works at the IBM Thomson Watson Research Center in New York. He was presented with the prestigious annual award by the New York Intellectual Property Law Association early this month during a virtual awards ceremony.

COVID-19: Indian-American couple develops low-cost ventilator
Prompted by the lack of adequate ventilators during the coronavirus pandemic, Devesh Ranjan, a professor and associate chair in the prestigious Georgia Tech's George W Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering and his wife Kumuda Ranjan, a practising family physician in Atlanta, developed the emergency ventilator from concept to prototype in just about three weeks-time.

Coronavirus lockdown: Manipur has collected over ?49 lakhs as fines so far
The drive against violators would continue since there was no relaxation of the curfew and lockdown, says ADGP

Coronavirus India lockdown Day 75 live updates | Delhi govt. directs hospitals to procure, stock PPE kits, oxygen masks for 3 months
India’s top four metropolitan clusters -- Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai -- account for nearly half of the nationwide COVID-19 tally.

Man in quarantine found dead in Adoor
9 test positive in Pathanamthitta

16 persons test positive for SARS-CoV-2 in Thrissur
12, including 80-year-old vagabond, infected in Malappuram

West Bengal pegs Amphan damage at ?1.02 lakh crore
About 28.6 lakh houses have been damaged, a report submitted by the State government estimates

Settle farmers’ dues immediately: Hooda
‘17 lakh tonnes of wheat not lifted from markets’

Military funeral for soldier in Tripura
Bijay Debbarma was critically wounded in an accident on May 22 and succumbed to his injuries on June 3

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Video Shows Cyclone Nisarga Make Landfall in Mumbai
A powerful cyclone hit Mumbai, the Indian city of about 20 million. The last storm to threaten the city with such force was more than 70 years ago.

Powerful Cyclone Lashes Mumbai as City Grapples With Coronavirus
The Indian city of 20 million had not been threatened by a storm as strong as Cyclone Nisarga in 70 years.

China and India Brawl at 14,000 Feet Along the Border
As China projects its power across Asia, and along the disputed India-China border in the Himalayas, India is feeling surrounded. Both sides insist they don’t want a war, but thousands of troops have been sent.

The Rich Love India’s Lockdown. For the Poor It’s Another Story.
Estimates show the lockdown is pushing tens of millions of Indians below the poverty line.

‘Overtaken by Aliens’: India Faces Another Plague as Locusts Swarm
Blizzards of bugs are descending on India at an already tough time. Scientists say climate change is making the infestation worse.

‘Lionhearted’ Girl Bikes Dad Across India, Inspiring a Nation
A 15-year-old migrant girl pedaled hundreds of miles to bring her injured father back to their home village. India’s cycling federation has taken notice.

Cyclone Amphan’s Death Toll Rises to 80 in India and Bangladesh
The worst damage was reported in the Indian state of West Bengal, home to the metropolis Kolkata and many small, coastal villages.

Live Cyclone Amphan Map: Tracking the Storm’s Path
On Wednesday, the storm made landfall on India’s eastern coast with wind speeds between 100 and 115 miles per hour.

Biggest Single-Day Jump In Coronavirus Cases In India, 9,971 In 24 Hours
Coronavirus India: Biggest single-day jump in coronavirus cases in India, 9,971 in 24 hours, 2.46 lakh total cases
Russian Mobile Game Developer Makes Record Profits During Lockdowns
A mobile game developer founded in Russia registered record profits during coronavirus lockdowns around the globe as more people downloaded games while confined to their homes, one of its founders...
RB Leipzig Pour Cold Water On Timo Werner Chelsea Talk
RB Leipzig's sporting director Oliver Mintzlaff said that the German side had not received a "transfer contract" from any club.
Jio Offers Free Disney+ Hotstar VIP Subscription to Its Prepaid Users
Reliance Jio has announced its Disney+ Hotstar offer just days after teasing it on social media and MyJio app. The telecom operating is giving one-year subscription of Disney+ Hotstar VIP to all...
Puducherry Health Workers Throw Body Of COVID Patient, Probe Ordered
A video of government workers in Puducherry hurriedly throwing the body of a COVID-19 positive man into a pit has caused massive outrage, prompting the administration to order a probe into the...
No Positives Cases In Latest Round Of Premier League Coronavirus Tests
The announcement means there have been a mere 13 positive cases from an overall 6,274 tests carried out on Premier League players and club staff.
Man Dies After Shark Bites Off Leg At A Popular Beach In Australia
A surfer has died after being attacked by a three-metre shark at a popular beach off Australia's east coast, police said Sunday.
Mi Notebook Launch on June 11: What We Know So Far
Mi Notebook is all set to debut as Xiaomi's first laptop in India on June 11. The laptop will not only mark its India debut next week, but this will also be its global debut. Despite selling several...
COVID-19: India’s Tally Reaches 2.46 L After Biggest 1-Day Spike

COVID-19: India’s Tally Reaches 2.46 L After Biggest 1-Day SpikeCatch all the updates on the coronavirus outbreak and Unlock 1.0 here.

India, China will have more coronavirus cases if more tests are conducted: Trump

India, China will have more coronavirus cases if more tests are conducted: TrumpWashington, June 07: US President Donald Trump has said that countries like India and China would have much more coronavirus cases than America if they conduct more tests. Trump, in his remarks at Puritan Medical Products in Maine, said that

NIA digs deeper into Visakhapatnam espionage case, finds involvement of husband-wife from Mumbai

NIA digs deeper into Visakhapatnam espionage case, finds involvement of husband-wife from MumbaiNew Delhi, June 07: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one terror funding conspirator from Mumbai in connection with the Visakhapatnam espionage case. The accused has been identified as Abdul Rehman Jabbar Sheikh. It may be recalled that his wife,

#JusticeForNandini Trends on Twitter: Watch Out What Netizens Are Sharing on June 7

#JusticeForNandini Trends on Twitter: Watch Out What Netizens Are Sharing on June 7Social distancing doesn't mean social media distancing and even though you are not able to leave the house, we will bring all the happenings around the world at your fingertips via this live blog. While 2020 is not leaving any stones unturned in terms of bringing in back to back bad news, Twitteratti is able to wake up every day with positivity.

Sunday View: The Best Opinion Reads Curated Just for You

Sunday View: The Best Opinion Reads Curated Just for YouWe sifted through the papers and found the best opinion reads, so that you wouldn’t have to.

COVID-19: Stranded Indians return home from Nepal

COVID-19: Stranded Indians return home from NepalSiliguri (WB), June 07 (ANI): Indian nationals especially migrant workers, who were stranded in Nepal amid lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19, returned to India through India-Nepal border in Panitanki of Darjeeling district on June 6. Following the arrival of the Indian nationals, state health department set up medical camps at the entry points. Their thermal screenings were done upon their entry and their details, including their destination were noted down.

Building Rural Economy Key to Halt Migration: Bangladeshi Nobel Laureate Yunus

Building Rural Economy Key to Halt Migration: Bangladeshi Nobel Laureate YunusMicrofinance institutions should create programmes like venture capital to create entrepreneurs in rural India, Muhammad Yunus said.

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