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Ludhiana | Roadways contractual employees to stage protest on Jan 20

Alleging corruption and hollow promises, the Punjab Roadways Contractual Employees’ Union said a protest was being staged outside the DC office across the state on January 20.
Members of Punjab Roadways contractual employees union addressing a press conference at bus stand in Ludhiana said they will also hold a protest march in the constituency of transport minister Amarinder Singh Raja Warring after January 24. (HT PHOTO)
Members of Punjab Roadways contractual employees union addressing a press conference at bus stand in Ludhiana said they will also hold a protest march in the constituency of transport minister Amarinder Singh Raja Warring after January 24. (HT PHOTO)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:16 PM IST
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By, Ludhiana

Woman strangles friend to death to steal gold ornaments, arrested

The Tilak Nagar police conducted an overnight investigation and arrested Seema Khopde from Patharli in Dombivali on Tuesday
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Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:10 PM IST
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ByAnkita G Menon

Odisha to open 5000 playschools near Anganwadi centres to build foundation for primary classes

The school and mass education department will give training to 2 teachers (preferably women) from each school on handling small children, ensuring proper transition from play class to Grade l and creating child friendly learning situations etc.
Initially the Anganwadi workers will remain present in the class for some portion of the day with the school teachers and provide support to the children/teacher. Gradually, once the children are acquainted with the school teacher, the Anganwadi workers will be withdrawn by the government. (HT FILE PHOTO.)
Initially the Anganwadi workers will remain present in the class for some portion of the day with the school teachers and provide support to the children/teacher. Gradually, once the children are acquainted with the school teacher, the Anganwadi workers will be withdrawn by the government. (HT FILE PHOTO.)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:06 PM IST
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ByDebabrata Mohanty

Vijay Mallya loses legal battle to keep plush London home

There are no grounds to grant the Mallya family further time to repay unpaid loans, ruled a UK court.
Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya (File Photo)
Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya (File Photo)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:06 PM IST
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After Delhi snub, Stalin says tableau to be part of R-Day parade in Chennai

Stalin’s statement came hours after Union defence minister Rajnath Singh wrote to him saying that the state’s tableau did not make it to the final list of 12 tableaux selected for the parade at Rajpath in Delhi.
Stalin had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his urgent intervention in the exclusion of the tableau that he said would hurt the sentiments of the people of the state.(PTI)
Stalin had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his urgent intervention in the exclusion of the tableau that he said would hurt the sentiments of the people of the state.(PTI)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:01 PM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Mamata: Proposed amendment to IAS service rules against spirit of federalism 

In her letter to PM Narendra Modi, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said the proposed amendment should be rolled back as it upsets harmonious arrangement between Centre and States in the matter of posting of IAS and IPS officers. 
File photo of West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee.
File photo of West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee.
Updated on Jan 18, 2022 11:04 PM IST
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By, New Delhi

City reports over 6K cases, TPR remains constant

Mumbai’s positivity rate remained the same on Tuesday as the city reported 6,149 fresh infections in the last 24 hours taking the total case tally to 1,011,314 and seven deaths, taking the toll to 16,476
Earlier last week, the TPR was around 13 per cent on Sunday (January 16), and 19 per cent on Saturday (January 15) (Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)
Earlier last week, the TPR was around 13 per cent on Sunday (January 16), and 19 per cent on Saturday (January 15) (Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 10:58 PM IST
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ByPratip Acharya

Use of national symbols in PM-CARES Fund in conformity with law: PMO to Bombay HC

The affidavit is filed in response to a public interest litigation challenging the use of the prime minister’s photo, national flag and the national emblem in the PM CARES Fund
The affidavit stated that the flag is used to the extent permitted to any citizen of the country with some exceptions (Stock Pic)
The affidavit stated that the flag is used to the extent permitted to any citizen of the country with some exceptions (Stock Pic)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 10:58 PM IST
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ByK A Y Dodhiya

Endemic Covid would not mean end of danger: WHO

"Endemic in itself does not mean good -- endemic just means it's here forever," WHO's emergencies director Michael Ryan told the Davos Agenda roundtable on vaccine equity.
“What we need to do is get to low levels of disease incidence with maximum vaccination of our populations, so nobody has to die,” Michael Ryan said. (AFP File Photo)
“What we need to do is get to low levels of disease incidence with maximum vaccination of our populations, so nobody has to die,” Michael Ryan said. (AFP File Photo)
Updated on Jan 18, 2022 10:56 PM IST
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Gavit sister case files: How a 25-year-old legal battle unfolded

The kidnappings and murders took place between 1990 and 1996. Anjanabai Gavit lived in a room on rent in Gondhale Nagar, Pune with two daughters, Renuka (aka Rinku aka Ratan) and Seema (aka Devki)
Seema Gavit (left, in red saree) and Renuka Shinde, from August 31, 2006. The two sisters were convicted in 2001 by the Sessions Court in Kolhapur for kidnapping thirteen children and murdering six of them. (HT Archive)
Seema Gavit (left, in red saree) and Renuka Shinde, from August 31, 2006. The two sisters were convicted in 2001 by the Sessions Court in Kolhapur for kidnapping thirteen children and murdering six of them. (HT Archive)
Updated on Jan 18, 2022 10:38 PM IST
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Ludhiana | Roadways contractual employees to stage protest on Jan 20

Alleging corruption and hollow promises, the Punjab Roadways Contractual Employees’ Union said a protest was being staged outside the DC office across the state on January 20.
Members of Punjab Roadways contractual employees union addressing a press conference at bus stand in Ludhiana said they will also hold a protest march in the constituency of transport minister Amarinder Singh Raja Warring after January 24. (HT PHOTO)
Members of Punjab Roadways contractual employees union addressing a press conference at bus stand in Ludhiana said they will also hold a protest march in the constituency of transport minister Amarinder Singh Raja Warring after January 24. (HT PHOTO)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:16 PM IST
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By, Ludhiana

Woman strangles friend to death to steal gold ornaments, arrested

The Tilak Nagar police conducted an overnight investigation and arrested Seema Khopde from Patharli in Dombivali on Tuesday
HT Image
HT Image
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:10 PM IST
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ByAnkita G Menon

Odisha to open 5000 playschools near Anganwadi centres to build foundation for primary classes

The school and mass education department will give training to 2 teachers (preferably women) from each school on handling small children, ensuring proper transition from play class to Grade l and creating child friendly learning situations etc.
Initially the Anganwadi workers will remain present in the class for some portion of the day with the school teachers and provide support to the children/teacher. Gradually, once the children are acquainted with the school teacher, the Anganwadi workers will be withdrawn by the government. (HT FILE PHOTO.)
Initially the Anganwadi workers will remain present in the class for some portion of the day with the school teachers and provide support to the children/teacher. Gradually, once the children are acquainted with the school teacher, the Anganwadi workers will be withdrawn by the government. (HT FILE PHOTO.)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:06 PM IST
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ByDebabrata Mohanty

Vijay Mallya loses legal battle to keep plush London home

There are no grounds to grant the Mallya family further time to repay unpaid loans, ruled a UK court.
Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya (File Photo)
Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya (File Photo)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:06 PM IST
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PTI |

After Delhi snub, Stalin says tableau to be part of R-Day parade in Chennai

Stalin’s statement came hours after Union defence minister Rajnath Singh wrote to him saying that the state’s tableau did not make it to the final list of 12 tableaux selected for the parade at Rajpath in Delhi.
Stalin had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his urgent intervention in the exclusion of the tableau that he said would hurt the sentiments of the people of the state.(PTI)
Stalin had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his urgent intervention in the exclusion of the tableau that he said would hurt the sentiments of the people of the state.(PTI)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 11:01 PM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Mamata: Proposed amendment to IAS service rules against spirit of federalism 

In her letter to PM Narendra Modi, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said the proposed amendment should be rolled back as it upsets harmonious arrangement between Centre and States in the matter of posting of IAS and IPS officers. 
File photo of West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee.
File photo of West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee.
Updated on Jan 18, 2022 11:04 PM IST
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By, New Delhi

City reports over 6K cases, TPR remains constant

Mumbai’s positivity rate remained the same on Tuesday as the city reported 6,149 fresh infections in the last 24 hours taking the total case tally to 1,011,314 and seven deaths, taking the toll to 16,476
Earlier last week, the TPR was around 13 per cent on Sunday (January 16), and 19 per cent on Saturday (January 15) (Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)
Earlier last week, the TPR was around 13 per cent on Sunday (January 16), and 19 per cent on Saturday (January 15) (Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 10:58 PM IST
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ByPratip Acharya

Use of national symbols in PM-CARES Fund in conformity with law: PMO to Bombay HC

The affidavit is filed in response to a public interest litigation challenging the use of the prime minister’s photo, national flag and the national emblem in the PM CARES Fund
The affidavit stated that the flag is used to the extent permitted to any citizen of the country with some exceptions (Stock Pic)
The affidavit stated that the flag is used to the extent permitted to any citizen of the country with some exceptions (Stock Pic)
Published on Jan 18, 2022 10:58 PM IST
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ByK A Y Dodhiya

Endemic Covid would not mean end of danger: WHO

"Endemic in itself does not mean good -- endemic just means it's here forever," WHO's emergencies director Michael Ryan told the Davos Agenda roundtable on vaccine equity.
“What we need to do is get to low levels of disease incidence with maximum vaccination of our populations, so nobody has to die,” Michael Ryan said. (AFP File Photo)
“What we need to do is get to low levels of disease incidence with maximum vaccination of our populations, so nobody has to die,” Michael Ryan said. (AFP File Photo)
Updated on Jan 18, 2022 10:56 PM IST
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AFP |

Gavit sister case files: How a 25-year-old legal battle unfolded

The kidnappings and murders took place between 1990 and 1996. Anjanabai Gavit lived in a room on rent in Gondhale Nagar, Pune with two daughters, Renuka (aka Rinku aka Ratan) and Seema (aka Devki)
Seema Gavit (left, in red saree) and Renuka Shinde, from August 31, 2006. The two sisters were convicted in 2001 by the Sessions Court in Kolhapur for kidnapping thirteen children and murdering six of them. (HT Archive)
Seema Gavit (left, in red saree) and Renuka Shinde, from August 31, 2006. The two sisters were convicted in 2001 by the Sessions Court in Kolhapur for kidnapping thirteen children and murdering six of them. (HT Archive)
Updated on Jan 18, 2022 10:38 PM IST
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ByHT Correspondents
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