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Rakesh Tikait wants ‘talks or bullets’ after refusing to end protest despite 11 rounds of talks: Details

BKU head Rakesh Tikait in an interaction with media said that the protests will end either with ‘talks’ or ‘bullets’.

Mamata Banerjee announces retirement of Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay, will continue as Advisor to CM

Mamata Banerjee has stooped down to playing dirty games over chief secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay.

Centre recalls West Bengal Chief Secretary to Delhi, asks the state govt to release him with ‘immediate effect’

West Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay has been asked to report DOPT, North Block, New Delhi at 10 AM on May 31

Bombay HC asks Maha govt how film stars and politicians are offering to provide Remdesivir despite shortage

The Bombay HC has pulled up the state government, seeking a response on how, despite the state facing an acute shortage, some famous personalities are being able to procure and distribute Remdesivir freely.

As COVID-19 spreads to India’s rural areas, states gear up to tackle the surge with the help of Central govt

All states are adapting measures in consultation with centre to prevent Covid spread in rural areas.

Union Government clears proposal to give more powers to Delhi Lieutenant Governor, to be passed in current Parliament session

Proposed amendment says that Delhi govt should send legislative proposals to the LG at least 15 days in advance for opinion

Centre challenges the jurisdiction of the Peace and Harmony Committee of the Delhi Legislative Assembly before the Supreme Court

Centre told SC that summons issued by Peace and Harmony Committee of Delhi Assembly to Facebook are invalid as it lacks jurisdiction

Centre defends media’s right to report Tablighi Jamaat case in SC, says Jamiat petition demanding gag order based on non-accredit fact-check portals

Islamists and their sympathisers had collectively rushed to shield the Tablighi Jamaat super spreaders of Coronavirus

Kerala: Centre directs State to take disciplinary action against one Asif for forging caste certificate in UPSC exam

As per the report, Asif had forged his caste certificate during UPSC exam to claim benefits of reservation meant for non-creamy layer of OBCs.

MHA withdraws order to de-list foreign products in paramilitary canteens, revised list to be released soon

Sources said that a revised order with an updated list of de-listed products would be released soon by the MHA.

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