The state continued to report a high number of coronavirus infections, as Goa’s tally of confirmed cases crossed the 8,000-mark with 259 cases being detected on Saturday. The state also registered two more deaths in the last 24 hours.
NEW DELHI: Village folk may soon have access to accurate medical diagnosis at their doorstep with a miniaturised pathological laboratory packed into a suitcase capable of conducting tests which could lead to early identification of many diseases.
CHANDIGARH: Maintain-ing that he was innocent, beleaguered former Railway Minister Mr Pawan Kumar Bansal, who was forced to resign in the wake of arrest of his nephew on bribery charge, Sunday said “nothing will come out from this case”.
NEW DELHI: Railway and Law Ministries appear to have become jinxed in recent years.
During the four years of the UPA-II, ministers having these two portfolios have not been able to remain in office for more than two years.
NEW DELHI: The Railways Minister, Mr Pawan Kumar Bansal and the Law Minister, Mr Ashwani Kumar were on Friday night forced to resign by the Congress and the Prime Minister as the government’s image continued to take a severe battering over allegations of corruption and interference with graft probe.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: Barring any last minute reprieve, Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt will have to surrender before Mumbai jail authorities on May 16 to serve his remaining 42 months sentence, with the Supreme Court on Friday rejecting his plea for reviewing his conviction and five-year prison term in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case.
BANGALORE: Mr Siddaramaiah, who led the Congress party’s battle against the Bharatiya Janata Party government’s corruption in Karnataka, was on Friday chosen to be the new Chief Minister in a hotly-contested race, edging out party veteran and Union Labour Minister, Mr M Mallikarjuna Kharge.