Main news of the day: the bodies of 17 Jawyan recovered in the forest of Chhattisgarh; Modi calls on central teams to visit Maharashtra in light of its COVID-19 situation, and more
Today’s headlines, and more.
Police recovered the bullet-riddled bodies of 17 jawans in the Chhattisgarh jungle on April 4, bringing to 22 the number of security personnel killed in a fierce shootout with the Naxals the day before – the greatest massacre in more than a year which also left 30 injured.
Campaign on behaviors adapted to COVID scheduled for April 6 to 14.
The State Department of Health and Family Welfare issued an order the day Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma declared wearing masks unnecessary in Assam.
Agriculture and industry have come full circle in a battle for prestige over what was once a site of resistance.
At a press conference in Coimbatore, the MNM president said he would finish the films he signed up for and earn money so that he could continue working for the people without depending on others.
Accusing Congress of giving poachers carte blanche in Kaziranga National Park, he said the rhino – the pride of Assam – would have been a thing of the past had Congress continued to rule the state.
“The UDF offers something revolutionary. Something that has never been tried in any Indian state before, ”Gandhi said at an election rally in Vellamunda in Mananthavady.
Three of them – Umar Bahadar, Nasarullah and Samiullah – have been convicted for the first time since the Lahore Anti-Terrorism Tribunal (ATC) rendered its verdict some time ago in the terrorist financing cases registered by the Department. Punjab Police Counterterrorism Unit (CTD). The other two – JuD spokesman Yahya Mujahid and senior leader Professor Zafar Iqbal – had already been convicted for many years in other terrorist financing cases.
In the largest city of Yangon, a group marched through Insein District chanting and singing protest songs and cradling eggs bearing the slogan “Spring Revolution”. Many of the eggs also bore a design of the three-fingered salute, a symbol of resistance to the February 1 coup.
The judgment covers loans over 2 crore, as loans below this amount earned general interest on interest relief in November 2020. The compound interest support scheme for the loan moratorium cost the government 5 crore. 500 crore in 2020-2021 and the scheme covered all borrowers, including the one who did not benefit from the moratorium.
The BCCI has decided to keep Indore and Hyderabad as waiting sites for the next IPL from April 9 following a massive increase in COVID-19 cases in Mumbai, which is expected to host 10 matches.