Activist Nodeep’s med report reveals injuries on her body
The medical examination of labour activist Nodeep Kaur has highlighted injuries on her body. In her petition before Punjab and Haryana HC, Nodeep had alleged that Sonipat police personnel had beaten her up in police custody.
Covid-19: You’ll now have option to walk in, register & get vaccinated
As the vaccination drive against Covid-19 is set for a big ramp up from March 1, expanding coverage beyond healthcare and frontline workers, the Centre said the vaccine could be accessed through three routes — advance self-registration, on-site registration and facilitated cohorts.
India, UN human rights chief clash over farmers protests
India and UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet clashed on Friday as the latter rapped the government over farmers' protests and its recent action against journalists and activists. In its response, the government said Bachelet's observations lacked both “objectivity and impartiality”, reports Sachin Parashar.
Last 2 in Munawar Faruqui case get bail after 8 weeks in jail
After nearly two months in prison, two co-accused in the Munawar Faruqui case got temporary bail from the Madhya Pradesh high court on Friday. Nalin Yadav and Sadaqat Khan are the last of the six accused to be given bail. Justice Rohit Arya of the Indore bench of the HC allowed the duo’s bail application in light of the Supreme Court granting ad interim bail to Munawar on February 5.
Khelo India fest in Gulmarg reflects J&K touching new heights in peace, devpt: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said holding of Khelo India International Games Festival at the famous ski-resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district reflects that J&K is touching new heights in peace and development. He was virtually addressing over 600 participants, including international athletes, of the grand event.
Pap Diary: Alia's yoga session, Sara at airport
We don't know about you but B-Town was surely thanking God it's Friday. They were out and about town, running errands, getting in their workouts, and jetting off, away from the city too. And our photographers trailed them everywhere they went to update you with their whereabouts. Check out all that happened today with ETimes Paparazzi Diaries:
More India is allowed to get away, more toothless ICC will look: Vaughan
Former England captain Michael Vaughan on Friday said the more India is allowed to "get away" with producing pitches that are not deemed good enough for Test cricket, the more "toothless" the ICC will look. England on Thursday suffered an embarrassing 10-wicket defeat in the third Test against India on a spin-friendly Motera track to go down 1-2 in the four-match series.