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Live updates from Patiala Violence News: Mobile internet services suspended in Patiala, Punjab

The Punjab government on Saturday suspended mobile internet and SMS services in Patiala district, a day after clashes between two groups during an anti-Khalistan march left four people injured. The government has also transferred Inspector General of Police (IG) Patiala Range, Chief Superintendent of Patiala Police and Superintendent of Police with immediate effect.

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Yes Case of bank fraud

CBI research underway in Mumbai and Pune. Raids of premises linked to Pune businessman Avinash Bhosale and Mumbai estate agents Vinod Goenka and Shahid Balwa. Searches underway at eight locations.

In performing our duty, we must be mindful of Lakshman Rekha, says CJI NV Ramana

Chief Justice of India (CJI) N.V. Ramana said on Saturday that the Constitution provides for the separation of powers among the three organs of state and that in discharging his duties one should keep in mind “Lakshman Rekha” spirit. Speaking at the Joint Conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts, Ramana said deliberate inaction by governments despite judicial pronouncements is not good for the health of democracy.

IIT Madras COVID Hub

13 more positive cases reported today. Total positive cases 196 now: Tamil Nadu Department of Health

The Indian government has not reduced the time interval for the ‘precautionary dose’ of the COVID19 vaccine from nine months to six months, according to official sources, ANI reports

Yes Case of bank fraud

CBI is conducting searches at eight locations in Mumbai and Pune at the residences and offices of suspects in the case. Recently, CBI arrested builder Sanjay Chabria

Bengaluru sees steady rise in Covid cases, health department on high alert

Bengaluru’s health department is on high alert after the city reported more than 100 Covid-19 cases daily for the past seven days. New Covid cases were reported in Bellandur, Hagadur, Varthur, HSR Layout, Doddanekkundi and Koramangala, localities with high population density, especially software professionals. Large IT companies are also located in these areas. Bengaluru ranks second in terms of infections in the country and the infection rate is 0.09% and the fatality rate is zero.

In 2015, we identified approximately 1,800 laws that have become irrelevant. Of these, the Center abolished 1,450 such laws. But, only 75 laws have been abolished by states, according to PM Modi

We should encourage local languages ​​in the courts. This will increase the confidence of ordinary citizens of the country in the justice system, PM Modi adds

We are doing our best to improve the justice system. We are also working on improving and upgrading judicial infrastructure, Prime Minister Modi said while addressing a joint conference of state CMs and chief justices of high courts at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi.

The Indian government sees technology in the justice system as an essential part of the Digital India mission. The e-courts project is implemented today in mission mode, adds PM Modi

Russia urges US and NATO to suspend arms supply to kyiv, state media say, AFP reports

Russia’s foreign minister has urged the United States and NATO to stop supplying arms to kyiv if they are “really interested in resolving the Ukraine crisis”, Chinese state media reported on Saturday. Months after an invasion that failed in its short-term goal of capturing kyiv, Moscow is now stepping up operations in Ukraine’s eastern Donbass region. But Sergei Lavrov told China’s official Xinhua news agency that “the special military operation…is going strictly according to plan.”

Beijing tightens Covid restrictions

Beijing will tighten its Covid-19 restrictions with additional testing requirements, officials said on Saturday, as the start of the Labor Day holiday was dampened by rampant infections in the capital. The five-day break is typically one of China’s busiest travel periods, but the country’s worst Covid resurgence since the pandemic began is likely to keep people at home. Faced with the highly transmissible variant of Omicron, Chinese authorities doubled down on their zero-Covid policy, nullifying virus clusters through mass testing and lockdowns. Despite mounting economic costs and public frustration, Beijing has announced it will further restrict access to public spaces after the holiday season.

Violence in Patiala: Government of Punjab transfers Patiala range of Inspector General of Police (IG), Chief Superintendent of Police (SSP) Patiala and Superintendent of Police (SP) with immediate effect

Covid-19: India’s cure rate currently at 98.74%

3,688 new Covid cases reported in India

3,688 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the past 24 hours in India. The number of active cases rose to 18,684.

Mobile internet services suspended in Patiala

Mobile internet services were temporarily suspended from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Patiala today, according to ANI.

Delhi reports 1,607 new COVID19 infections on April 29

Active cases stand at 5,609; Positivity rate at 5.28%. According to official data, 3,863 people infected with Covid are in isolation at home while 139 have been admitted to hospitals in Delhi.

Aviation Minister talks to US aerospace giants

Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia held talks with US aerospace giants on strengthening collaboration with industry in India. On Thursday, he also interacted with members of the Indian diaspora at a session and reception hosted by New York Consul General Randhir Jaiswal.

“No Coal Shortage in Punjab”

“There is no shortage of coal. The demand for electricity has increased by 30-40% due to the extreme summer heat. The power cuts are the result of technical problems in our 2 thermal power plants , the supply of 800 MW has been affected,” Deputy Chief Engineer Sanjeev said. as said by ANI.

China reports 10,793 new COVID cases

Mainland China reported 10,793 new cases of COVID-19 on April 29, including 1,424 symptomatic cases and 9,369 asymptomatic infections, the National Health Commission said on Saturday. That was down from 15,688 new cases a day earlier, of which 5,659 were symptomatic and 10,029 were asymptomatic. There were 47 new deaths, all in the financial hub of Shanghai, bringing the toll to 5,022. Mainland China had 215,667 confirmed infections as of April 29, authorities said.

Singapore detects two cases of new Omicron sub-variant

Singapore has confirmed two cases of COVID-19 with the new Omicron BA.2.12.1 subvariant. Not much is known about BA.2.12.1 – a sub-variant of the highly contagious BA.2 Omicron variant – and there is currently no evidence that it causes more severe disease.

Russia makes last-minute bond payment to avoid default

Russia avoided a debt default by making a last-minute payment using its precious dollar reserves located outside the country, US Treasury officials said. The amount of the payment was not disclosed, but earlier this month the Russian Finance Ministry said it had tried to make a $649 million payment due April 6 for two bonds to a bank. Anonymous American – previously reported as JPMorgan Chase.

Delhi landfill fire still out of control

Russia bans entry of public figures from Norway, Greenland, Ireland and the Faroe Islands

Russia has banned nine people from Iceland, three from Greenland, three from the Faroe Islands and 16 from Norway from entering the country in retaliation, the country’s foreign ministry said in a statement. The countermeasures were taken in response to decisions by Iceland, Norway and the Danish autonomies of Greenland and the Faroe Islands to join European Union sanctions against Russia, the ministry added on Friday.

More than a million people evacuated from Ukraine to Russia since February 24

Some 1.02 million people have been evacuated from Ukraine to Russia since Feb. 24, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in remarks released early Saturday. People’s Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk.

Direct Srinagar-Sharjah flights to resume soon

The Civil Aviation Ministry has approved the restoration of direct Srinagar-Sharjah flights to the tune of 5 flights per week, Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has said. The direct air link between the Kashmir Valley and the United Arab Emirates was revived after 11 years on October 23, 2021, when Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurated a direct flight from the international airport from Srinagar to Sharjah.

‘Go First’ airlines had ceased operating the Srinagar-Sharjah flight from March 27, 2022, saying they lacked the required bilateral rights.

Partial solar eclipse today

There will be a partial solar eclipse on April 30. It will be seen from southern and southwestern South America, the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, and most of the Antarctic landmass, but not from India.

Modi to address joint conference of CMs and HC Chief Justices

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the inaugural session of the Joint Conference of State Chief Ministers and High Court Chief Justices at Vigyan Bhawan here on April 30. He will also address the gathering on this occasion at 10 a.m. Saturday.