4 Dead, 13 Injured In Boiler Explosion At Tamil Nadu Thermal Power Plant

4 Dead, 13 Injured In Boiler Explosion At Tamil Nadu Thermal Power Plant

4 Dead, 13 Injured In Boiler Explosion At Tamil Nadu Thermal Power Plant
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Boy, 3, Survives J&K Terror Attack, Pics Show Him Near Grandfather's Body

Boy, 3, Survives J&K Terror Attack, Pics Show Him Near Grandfather's Body

A three-year-old boy survived as his grandfather was killed in a terror attack on the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore town this morning. A CRPF jawan was also killed in the line of duty as terrorists opened fire o...
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Lalbaugcha Raja Ganesh Festival, Mumbai's Biggest, Cancelled Due To Covid

Lalbaugcha Raja Ganesh Festival, Mumbai's Biggest, Cancelled Due To Covid

"Lalbaugcha Raja", the biggest draw of Mumbai's 11-day Ganesh festival, will be missed this year. The organisers of the Lalbaug celebrations decided today to cancel the event because of the coronavirus pandemic. This is a first in Lalbaugcha Raja'...
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National Doctors Day: Thank You Frontline Warriors

National Doctors Day: Thank You Frontline Warriors

The citizens of India thank doctors and other medical professionals on National Doctors' Day amid the coronavirus pandemic. They have been on the forefront of the fight against the highly infectious disease. Several doctors have died of the diseas...
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507 Coronavirus Deaths In India In 24 Hours, Biggest Jump So Far

507 Coronavirus Deaths In India In 24 Hours, Biggest Jump So Far

India reported the highest one-day coronavirus deaths at 507 this morning, taking the total number of deaths so far to 17,400. The total number is cases is now 5,85493, with 18,653 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. The recovery rate is 59.4...
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Tamil Nadu Police Shake-Up Amid Outrage Over Father-Son Deaths In Custody

Tamil Nadu Police Shake-Up Amid Outrage Over Father-Son Deaths In Custody

Police officers across Tamil Nadu have been transferred and four cities have new police chiefs in a major shake-up in the state in the middle of an investigation into the deaths in custody of a man and his son arrested for keeping their shop open ...
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CRPF Jawan, Civilian Dead After Terrorists Attack Patrol Party In J&K

CRPF Jawan, Civilian Dead After Terrorists Attack Patrol Party In J&K

A Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan and one civilian died this morning and three CRPF troops were injured after terrorists attacked a patrol party in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district.
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"If We Can Save Lives...": Hundreds Of Paramilitary Forces Donate Plasma

"If We Can Save Lives...": Hundreds Of Paramilitary Forces Donate Plasma

Hundreds of paramilitary personnel who have recovered from the coronavirus infection are queuing up across the country to donate plasma for those patients still undergoing treatment.
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Groom Dead, 111 Guests Test Positive For COVID-19 After Wedding In Bihar

Groom Dead, 111 Guests Test Positive For COVID-19 After Wedding In Bihar

More than 100 people who attended a wedding in Bihar on June 15 have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, in an incident being widely described as yet another example of community transmission. Samples from the bridegroom, who died a day after ...
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Never Said Patanjali Medicine Can Cure COVID-19: CEO Balkrishna

Never Said Patanjali Medicine Can Cure COVID-19: CEO Balkrishna

Yoga teacher Ramdev's Patanjali Ayurved never claimed it can cure COVID-19 with its medicines, Coronil and Swasari, the firm's Chief Executive Officer Acharya Balkrishna said on Tuesday, adding it just shared the favourable outcome of clinical tri...
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The Biggest Stories Of June 30, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of June 30, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of June 30, 2020
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Kolkata: Doctor Turns Into Plasma Donor

Kolkata: Doctor Turns Into Plasma Donor

A doctor in Kolkata, who turned COVID-19 positive in April, has turned into a plasma donor. He has also become a campaigner for plasma donation to save lives. West Bengal has over 5,500 active cases but the number of donors is low.
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New Swine Flu With Pandemic Potential Found in China

New Swine Flu With Pandemic Potential Found in China

A new virus- named G4- that has descended from the H1N1 strain has been found in China. A US Science journal study says that the virus has the potential to trigger another pandemic. While there is no scientific evidence of human to human transmiss...
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Chinese App Ban: Indian App Downloads Surge

Chinese App Ban: Indian App Downloads Surge

Indian app downloads have surged after the government banned 59 Chinese mobile applications.
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PM Modi's Speech: Strategic Silence On China or Political Evasion?

PM Modi's Speech: Strategic Silence On China or Political Evasion?

Urging people not to be careless during the lockdown relaxation, the Prime Minister today announced extension of free ration scheme for 5 more months, till November. But there was no mention of China. Is this strategic silence or political evasion...
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What Explains The PM's Silence On China?

What Explains The PM's Silence On China?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday delivered an address to the nation, his first after the Ladakh clash with China. PM, however, didn't mention the clash in his speech. Is this strategic silence or political evasion?
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What Next For TikTok Stars?

What Next For TikTok Stars?

59 Chinese apps have been banned by the government including TikTok, an app vastly popular in India. Ordinary citizens became celebrities through the app. The big question is: what next for these people?
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2020 Honda WR-V Launch, Honda Livo BS6, Geneva Motorshow Cancelled

2020 Honda WR-V Launch, Honda Livo BS6, Geneva Motorshow Cancelled

The top automotive stories of the day – Honda is all set to launch the WR-V on July 2. Honda two-wheelers has launched the BS6 Livo. Geneva Motor Show Cancelled
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In PM's "Free Ration" Move, Reference To Chhath Puja Of Bihar

In PM's "Free Ration" Move, Reference To Chhath Puja Of Bihar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that a key government scheme to distribute free food grains to 80 crore of India's poorest would be extended by five months to November-end to give relief during the festival season as the country fights cor...
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Ban Zoom Next, Says Silicon Valley Tech Expert Vivek Wadhwa

Ban Zoom Next, Says Silicon Valley Tech Expert Vivek Wadhwa

One of Silicon Valley's most respected voices, Vivek Wadhwa, spoke to NDTV on banning 59 Chinese apps and said, "This is a huge opportunity for Indian tech entrepreneurs globally". He said the Chinese apps were spying for their government, and Ind...
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On Camera, Bodies Of COVID-19 Victims Dumped In Mass Grave In Karnataka

On Camera, Bodies Of COVID-19 Victims Dumped In Mass Grave In Karnataka

A disturbing video is in circulation showing what appears to be bodies wrapped up as per coronavirus protocols being tossed into a common pit in Karnataka's Ballari district. The matter is under investigation. (Disclaimer: Content in this video co...
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What Migrants Say About Free-Ration Scheme Extension

What Migrants Say About Free-Ration Scheme Extension

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that a key government scheme to distribute free food grains to 80 crore of India's poorest - 2.5 times the population of US - would be extended to November-end to provide relief during the festival season as...
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Top News Of The Day: 80 Crore To Get Free Food Grain Till November, Says PM

Top News Of The Day: 80 Crore To Get Free Food Grain Till November, Says PM

Top News Of The Day: 80 Crore To Get Free Food Grain Till November, Says PM
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No CCTV Footage Available In Tamil Nadu Custody Deaths, Court Told

No CCTV Footage Available In Tamil Nadu Custody Deaths, Court Told

Security footage has been erased at the Sathankulam police station in Tamil Nadu where a man and his son were detained before they died of excessive wounds, allegedly from torture and beatings, an inquiry report submitted to the Madras High Court ...
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Prosenjit Chatterjee On His Latest Film Nirontor's Web Release

Prosenjit Chatterjee On His Latest Film Nirontor's Web Release

Bengali film star Prosenjit Chatterjee's movie Nirontor had a world television and has also released on the OTT platform Zee5. NDTV's Rohit Khilnani caught up with the actor and spoke to him about the film's television and online release, what the...
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After PM's 'Free Ration' Move, Mamata Banerjee Takes It Up A Notch

After PM's 'Free Ration' Move, Mamata Banerjee Takes It Up A Notch

Assembly polls due in Bengal next year, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today outstripped Prime Minister Narendra Modi's promise to provide free grain to people till Chhath Puja -- usually held in November. In Bengal, people will receive free ratio...
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"No One Is Above Rules": PM Calls For Stricter Enforcement Of Masks

"No One Is Above Rules": PM Calls For Stricter Enforcement Of Masks

People disobeying national directives in force during the coronavirus outbreak, including mandatory use of face masks while in public, need to be stopped and made aware of the problem, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Tuesday in his brief address...
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80 Crore People To Get Free Food Grains Till November-End, Says PM

80 Crore People To Get Free Food Grains Till November-End, Says PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said a key government scheme for free food grains to 80 crore people, India's poorest, would be extended to November as the country fights coronavirus.
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Need To Focus On Containment Zones, Says PM Modi

Need To Focus On Containment Zones, Says PM Modi

Need To Focus On Containment Zones, Says PM Modi
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Andhra Tourism Hotel Employee Attacks Woman, Hits Her Over Wearing Mask

Andhra Tourism Hotel Employee Attacks Woman, Hits Her Over Wearing Mask

An employee of a hotel under the tourism department of Andhra Pradesh has been arrested after he was caught on camera assaulting a differently-abled woman colleague. The man attacked her in a fit of rage after she asked him to wear a face mask, th...
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China Says "Strongly Concerned" After India Blocks Chinese Apps

China Says "Strongly Concerned" After India Blocks Chinese Apps

A day after the government blocked 59 Chinese apps on grounds of national security and data breach, Beijing said it is "strongly concerned" and verifying the situation, according to news agency ANI. "China is strongly concerned and verifying the s...
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All-New 2020 Honda City Review: Petrol & Diesel Tested

All-New 2020 Honda City Review: Petrol & Diesel Tested

A new generation Honda City is a big deal. The compact sedan has for long defined the segment, but off late has been under pressure from increasing competition. The new City gets bigger, bolder, and a whole lot of modern tech to reclaim its top sp...
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2 Taj Hotels In Mumbai Get Calls Threatening 26/11-Like Attack: Sources

2 Taj Hotels In Mumbai Get Calls Threatening 26/11-Like Attack: Sources

Two Taj hotels in south Mumbai received threat calls from Pakistan last night, with the caller threatening to carry out a terror attack similar to the 26/11 attacks, Mumbai Police sources said today. Security has been heightened at both the hotels...
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"Ground For Murder Case" Against Cops: Court On Tamil Nadu Custody Deaths

"Ground For Murder Case" Against Cops: Court On Tamil Nadu Custody Deaths

There are grounds to charge policemen with murder for the deaths of a man and his son arrested in Tamil Nadu earlier this month for keeping their shop open beyond curfew during the coronavirus lockdown, the Madras High Court said today based on po...
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Chinese Inscribe Huge Symbol, Map Onto Disputed Territory In Pangong

Chinese Inscribe Huge Symbol, Map Onto Disputed Territory In Pangong

In a claim to disputed territory, Chinese forces in the contested Fingers region of Ladakh's Pangong Lake have inscribed a massive Mandarin symbol and map of China onto the ground they occupy. The inscriptions, located between 'Finger 4' and 'Fing...
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5.66 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India, 18,522 Cases In 24 Hours

5.66 Lakh Coronavirus Cases In India, 18,522 Cases In 24 Hours

A huge spike of 18,522 new coronavirus patients was recorded in the last 24 hours, taking India's tally to 5,66,840 cases. A total of 16,893 patients have died since the beginning of the pandemic, the Union Health Ministry said this morning, addin...
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2 Terrorists Shot Dead In J&K, Killer Of 6-Year-Old Boy Escapes

2 Terrorists Shot Dead In J&K, Killer Of 6-Year-Old Boy Escapes

Two of three terrorists cornered by security forces at Anantnag in south Kashmir this morning were killed. The third terrorist, believed to be the killer of a six-year-old boy shot dead along with a CRPF jawan in a terror attack last week, escaped...
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What TikTok India Said Day After Being Blocked Along With 58 Chinese Apps

What TikTok India Said Day After Being Blocked Along With 58 Chinese Apps

TikTok India said today that it is complying with the government's orders after it was blocked on Monday along with 58 apps with Chinese links. The popular short video service also said it "continued to comply with data privacy and security requir...
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PM Modi To Address The Nation At 4 PM Today

PM Modi To Address The Nation At 4 PM Today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 4 PM on Tuesday, his office has tweeted. His address will come amid an ongoing stand-off between India and China at Ladakh's Galwan valley and a surge in coronavirus cases that has shown litt...
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Late-Night Protests Over Arrest Of UP Congress Leader In Lucknow

Late-Night Protests Over Arrest Of UP Congress Leader In Lucknow

There were protests at a police station in Lucknow last night after Uttar Pradesh Police arrested the UP Congress minority cell chairperson Shahnawaz Alam for his alleged role in the violence that took place in the state capital in December 2019 d...
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COVAXIN, India's First COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate, Set For Phase I, II Human Trials

COVAXIN, India's First COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate, Set For Phase I, II Human Trials

A potential COVID-19 vaccine, the first to be developed in India, has been given DCGI (Drug Controller General of India) approval for Phase I and II human clinical trials that are scheduled to start across the country in July. Developed by Hyderab...
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Two Dead, Four Hospitalised After Gas Leak At Visakhapatnam Pharma Unit

Two Dead, Four Hospitalised After Gas Leak At Visakhapatnam Pharma Unit

Two people were killed and four were hospitalised after gas leaked last night at a pharmaceutical unit in Andhra Pradesh's Visakhapatnam. Those who died worked at the Visakhapatnam unit of the firm - Sainor Life Sciences, police said, adding that ...
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The Biggest Stories Of June 29, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of June 29, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of June 29, 2020
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Delhi To Have Plasma Bank, Chief Minister Asks Covid Survivors To Donate

Delhi To Have Plasma Bank, Chief Minister Asks Covid Survivors To Donate

The Delhi government will create a plasma bank to fight coronavirus, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said this afternoon, urging those who have recovered from the infection to donate plasma to help other patients. He also assured that the state gov...
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Centre Ensured Good Collaboration On COVID-19: Meghalaya Chief Minister

Centre Ensured Good Collaboration On COVID-19: Meghalaya Chief Minister

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government for its response to the coronavirus crisis, saying it ensured good collaboration with states.
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59 Chinese Apps Banned for Being 'Anti-India'. What Happens Now?

59 Chinese Apps Banned for Being 'Anti-India'. What Happens Now?

The government banned 59 Chinese apps including the vastly popular Tiktok amid a huge economic backlash against China following the Ladakh clashes. We discuss the ramifications.
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India Bans TikTok, 58 Other Chinese Apps: What Does It Mean?

India Bans TikTok, 58 Other Chinese Apps: What Does It Mean?

The Ministry of Information Technology, invoking its power under section 69A of the Information Technology Act has banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok. NDTV spoke exclusively to Nikhil Pahwa, Founder at Medianama and BJP leader Vivek Reddy on...
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Maharashtra Lockdown Extended: New Rules Cause Confusion?

Maharashtra Lockdown Extended: New Rules Cause Confusion?

Mumbai has shown a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases and the police are taking steps to enforce the lockdown which has been extended till July 31. However, on the streets of Mumbai confusion and massive traffic jams.
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