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News Digest: NCP MLA dies of post-Covid complications

THE TIMES OF INDIA
Sunday, November 29, 2020
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NCP MLA dies of post-Covid complications

Mumbai tailor's 'dwarf' daughters rise above obstacles, crack NEET

Jaishankar calls on Seychelles Prez Ramkalawan, reiterates India's resolve to enhance ties

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Post-Covid lung-fibrosis tsunami looms: Paper

Study says, 'Rapid testing can eliminate spread of Covid-19 within weeks'

Covid-19: Scientists develop novel method to detect single virus particles
Scientists have developed a new method for identifying single virus particles based on changes in electrical current when they pass through ultrasmall pores, an advance which they claim may lead to new rapid Covid-19 tests. The study, published in the journal ACS Sensors, demonstrated a new system for identifying single virus particles using an algorithm trained to detect changes in the current passing across silicon nanopores.

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How you can get devices worth Rs 10,000 free with Apple iPhone 12 Mini and cashback on all iPhone 12 series phones
All these offers are running on Imagine Stores, both online and offline. The Apple authorised reseller is offering wireless Bluetooth speaker and wireless charging pad free with iPhone 12 Mini. Along with this buyers can also avail Rs 6,000 cashback using HDFC Bank cards.

Samsung may 'ditch' Galaxy Buds Live design for the next wireless earbuds
South Korean tech giant Samsung this year introduced a new design for the truly wireless headphones with the Galaxy Buds Live. The company launched beans shaped Galaxy earbuds that definitely grabbed attention for their design.

​7 'risky' mistakes you may be doing unknowingly on dating apps

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Top 25,000 GST payers of October yet to file returns in November

EPFO extends deadline to submit life certificate by pensioners
Retirement fund body EPFO has extended the deadline for submission of life certificates by pensioners till February 28, a move which would benefit over 35 lakh persons who could not submit the document by November due to coronavirus pandemic. The pensioners who could not submit their life certificates till November 30 deadline, would get pension every month till February.

HSBC considers exit from US retail banking: Report
HSBC Holdings Plc is considering a complete exit from retail banking in the United States after narrowing the options for how to improve performance at its struggling North America business, the Financial Times reported on Saturday. The bank's senior management aim to present the plan to the board in the coming weeks, the FT reported, citing people familiar with the situation. HSBC declined to comment on the report.

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Virat Kohli's team needs a player like MS Dhoni, says Holding
West Indies fast bowling great Michael Holding feels that despite a star-studded batting line-up, the Indian team is missing the "skill and character" that the peerless Mahendra Singh Dhoni used to display during big run chases. The Indian team looked completely out of sorts as a unit in the opening ODI against Australia.

Jehan pips Schumacher for maiden podium place in F2
Rising Indian racer Jehan Daruvala earned his maiden Formula 2 podium after pipping championship leader Mick Schumacher in a gripping battle for third place at the Bahrain Grand Prix support race. Jehan was the 2nd runner up in the FIA Formula 3 Championship last year.

'Lack of communication between Virat and Rohit hurting team': Poll
The Rohit Sharma injury fiasco points towards a possible lack of communication between the team management and senior players. TimesofIndia.com ran a poll asking cricket fans to vote on questions relating to members not being on the same page and the result shows that the majority of the voters feel there is an apparent lack of communication that is hurting team morale.

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Inter-school National Crossword finals on Dec 5- 6

CAT 2020: Premier IIMs still get only 35% girl students

UP BTE Polytechnic final year result 2020 announced at result.bteupexam.in

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Cher to visit Pakistan to help 'world's loneliest elephant'

Global warming likely to raise disease risk for animals

UN: Covid-19 lockdowns slashed pollutants, not CO2 levels

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UN calls for restraint after killing of Iranian nuclear scientist

Pope appoints first African American cardinal

Thousands protest as France reels from police violence

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Cher to visit Pakistan to help 'world's loneliest elephant'

Global warming likely to raise disease risk for animals

UN: Covid-19 lockdowns slashed pollutants, not CO2 levels

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HC: Agents need not be from polling stn area

Tirumala Vaikunta Dwaram to remain open for 10 days

Vijayashanti to rejoin BJP today

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Punjab accepts option on market borrowing

HP sees 11 deaths, 650 new infections

Recoveries exceed number of new Covid-19 cases in Haryana

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Fresh global Covid wave gives jitters to exporters

Time turns positive for Morbi's wall clock industry; production levels improve

RTPCR for symptomatic, even if RAT -ve

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Chennai: Nivar gouges out 'third eye', work to restore cameras on
Water stagnation is not the only problem brought by Cyclone Nivar as it blew through close to the city. The strong wind generated also hit CCTV cameras in key locations, leaving some fully damaged and others left drooping.

Cyclone Nivar ravages 10,000 hectares of crop in Tamil Nadu
The Union government has constituted an eight-member inter-ministerial team for on the spot assessment of the situation in the wake of Cyclone Nivar in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry

New Andaman Sea weather system to bring heavy rain to southern Tamil Nadu
Less than a week after very severe cyclonic storm Nivar made landfall near Marakkanam dumping vast amounts of rain, another weather system is on its way to the TN coast.

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BJP brass' stony silence on Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa baffles functionaries
Senior BJP MLA Basanagouda Patil Yatnal and opposition leader Siddaramaiah’s recent statements that chief minister BS Yediyurappa is on his way out evoked instant reactions from some ministers and party office-bearers in Karnataka, but the brass has maintained a studied silence on the

Drugs, online crimes & traffic: Bengalureans pour out woes at meet
The first Maasika Janasamparka Divasa (Monthly Public Contact Day) organised by the city police on Saturday received tremendous response with citizens overcoming pandemic fears and visiting police stations to highlight various problems faced by them.

Will probe NR Santosh suicide bid if opposition shares video: Karnataka home minister
A day after chief minister BS Yediyurappa’s political secretary and grandnephew NR Santosh, 31, attempted suicide, Karnataka home minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday said the government is ready to probe the incident if the opposition Congress furnishes evidence of its charges.

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Mumbai: Nagpada tailor's 'dwarf' daughters rise above obstacles, crack NEET
The Idrisi sisters, Zubaida and Humaira could not have made it to the MBBS course if not for Ashfaque Moosa of Khidmat Charitable Trust last year.

PM Modi's visit to Serum Institute: 'Maharashtra CM skipped Pune on PMO's instructions'
Responding to an allegation purportedly made by a BJP MLA about CM Uddhav Thackeray not accompanying PM Modi during the latter's visit to the Pune-based Serum Institute of India, Sanjay Raut said the "CM skipped the welcome programme as per the PMO's instructions."

Devendra Fadnavis hits out at Maharashtra CM over 'threats', Sanjay Raut recalls his 'horoscope' warning
The verbal duel between Shiv Sena and BJP intensified on Saturday. BJP's Devendra Fadnavis said, "The CM says 'we know how to cook your khichdi'.

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Delhi govt allows 50% of staff to work from home
Even though the positivity rate of Covid-19 cases has slowly started declining, from next week, 50% of Delhi government employees will start working from home except for senior officials as a precautionary measure.

Delhi cases dip, Covid-19 positivity rate lowest since October 23
The Covid-19 positivity rate in Delhi dropped to 7.2% on Saturday, the lowest since October 23, even as a reduced number of fresh cases, 4,998, were detected from a record 69,051 tests. Eightynine more fatalities pushed the city’s death toll to 8,998.

Delhi: Amit Shah offers farmers early talks if they move to Burari ground
In an effort to reach out to protesting farmers who have reached Delhi borders, Union home minister Amit Shah on Saturday said talks can be held before December 3 if they move to the site in Burari that has been prepared for them. “As soon as you reach the ground, the government will call you for talks the next day,” said Shah.

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Delhi govt allows 50% of staff to work from home
Even though the positivity rate of Covid-19 cases has slowly started declining, from next week, 50% of Delhi government employees will start working from home except for senior officials as a precautionary measure.

Delhi cases dip, Covid-19 positivity rate lowest since October 23
The Covid-19 positivity rate in Delhi dropped to 7.2% on Saturday, the lowest since October 23, even as a reduced number of fresh cases, 4,998, were detected from a record 69,051 tests. Eightynine more fatalities pushed the city’s death toll to 8,998.

Delhi: Amit Shah offers farmers early talks if they move to Burari ground
In an effort to reach out to protesting farmers who have reached Delhi borders, Union home minister Amit Shah on Saturday said talks can be held before December 3 if they move to the site in Burari that has been prepared for them. “As soon as you reach the ground, the government will call you for talks the next day,” said Shah.

More Delhi News»

Delhi govt allows 50% of staff to work from home
Even though the positivity rate of Covid-19 cases has slowly started declining, from next week, 50% of Delhi government employees will start working from home except for senior officials as a precautionary measure.

Delhi cases dip, Covid-19 positivity rate lowest since October 23
The Covid-19 positivity rate in Delhi dropped to 7.2% on Saturday, the lowest since October 23, even as a reduced number of fresh cases, 4,998, were detected from a record 69,051 tests. Eightynine more fatalities pushed the city’s death toll to 8,998.

Delhi: Amit Shah offers farmers early talks if they move to Burari ground
In an effort to reach out to protesting farmers who have reached Delhi borders, Union home minister Amit Shah on Saturday said talks can be held before December 3 if they move to the site in Burari that has been prepared for them. “As soon as you reach the ground, the government will call you for talks the next day,” said Shah.

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