At a glance the headlines now:
- Price of the middle cap of each the coronavirus vaccine was shot at a private hospital at Rs 250: People will be able to choose their vaccination center as the campaign expands to cover the elderly and those over 45 with comorbidities.
- “The Congress is getting weaker, it needs to be strengthened,” he said Kapil Sibal: This he conveyed at the Jammu event which was attended by leaders who had previously questioned the party’s high command.
- In Tamil Nadu, AIADMK allocated 23 seats for Pattali Makkal Katchi, negotiations with the BJP: Meanwhile, R Sarath Kumar meets Kamal Haasan to discuss a possible voting alliance.
- The Attorney General refused to give his consent to initiate the process of insulting the former CJI Ranjan Gogoi: A request was made by activist Saket Gokhale for Gogoi’s remarks about the court in an interview.
- Locking extended entry Amravati by Maharashtra until March 8: Meanwhile, Gujarat’s rule was prolonged curfews at night in Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Surat and Vadodara in 15 days.
- Pakistani PM Imran Khan said it was the responsibility of progress afterwards truce agreement located in India: Khan said his country has always stood for peace, and is ready to move forward to resolve all extraordinary problems with New Delhi through dialogue.
- The Center asked eight states to report a surge in admission coronavirus case to deal with violations firmly: Six states – Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat – account for 85.75% of the 16,488 new cases.
- The Saudi crown prince approved the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, find US reports: Riyadh rejected the findings, saying the reports were “negative, false and unacceptable”.
- Bangladeshi writer Mushtaq Ahmed died in prison nine months after his arrest for ‘anti-government’ social media posts: Rights organizations are demanding an investigation into Ahmed’s death and are calling for the repeal of the Digital Security Act, under which he was arrested.
- Prashant Kishor reiterating predictions for the BJP seat at the World Bank, calling the poll a ‘key battle for democracy’: The political strategist, who is helping the TMC in the election, said the turmeric party will struggle to get past double digits.
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