The price of the Coronavirus vaccine in private hospitals is capped at Rs 250, and other top news | Instant News


At a glance the headlines now:

  1. 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.
  2. “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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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”.
  9. 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.
  10. 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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