March 3, 2021

Hindustan Times News Updates: UK strain affects 145 people in India

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UK strain for 145 people in India; The situation is being closely monitored, the government says

A total of 145 people have been affected by the first reported corona virus strain in the United Kingdom, the health ministry said on Thursday.

“The number of people affected by Govt-19 in the UK is 145,” the ministry said on Thursday.

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Farmers reject the Centre’s plan to suspend laws for 1.5 years

A day after the Center proposed to suspend all three agricultural laws for at least 1.5 years, the farmers’ union on Thursday rejected the proposal, saying it wanted nothing more than the complete repeal of the three controversial agricultural laws. “At the full public meeting of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha today, the plan put forward by the government yesterday was rejected.

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India sends 3 million vaccines to Bangladesh in Nepal. China steps in for Pakistan

Six countries – Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Seychelles and Myanmar – are part of India’s early vaccination drive as a grant-in-aid. There are also plans to supply the levels to Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and Mauritius.

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‘Anger’: Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted after a fire at a serum company in Pune killed 5 people

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday lamented the fire at the Serum Institute of India in Pune and claimed the lives of four people trapped inside the building when a major fire broke out. “At this sad time, my thoughts are with the families of the victims. I pray that the injured will recover soon,” Prime Minister Modi wrote.

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Indonesia ends up searching for the victims of the crashed plane, the rubbish

Indonesian authorities finished searching for the remaining victims and debris from a Srivijaya Air jet that sank in the Java Sea on Thursday, killing all 62 people on board.

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‘He tried to turn them into a wall’: Inzamam praises Dravida’s contribution behind the face of the new India

Inzamam praised what Dravid has done for Indian cricket, showing that his greatest strength is making players mentally difficult, without which India’s Test series win against Australia would not have been possible.

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Losing Alice Criticism: Apple’s erotic thriller is too scary to bear it all

Losing Alice Review: Despite two strong performances by Ailet J ஜூrre and Lihi Kornovsky, Apple’s Israeli series could not make much use of its promising role model.

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