Kabul Gurdwara attack: Kerala operative was one of the earliest recruits in Khorasan module

gurdwara-1New Delhi, Mar 28: A recruit from Kerala has been identified as one of the suspects in the Kabul Gurdwara attack that claimed 25 lives earlier this week. Identified as Mohammad Mushin, he hailed from Kannur in Kerala, officials from the Intelligence Bureau confirmed.

His picture was published by Naba, an Islamic State magazine, following which his parents identified him.

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UK PM Boris Johnson tests positive for COVID-19

boris-johnsonLondon, Mar 27: Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson has tested positive for COVID-19. According to No. 10 he is experiencing mild symptoms.

A spokesperson said that his symptoms are mild and he will continue to lead the government response to the virus.

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MHA advisory tells states to prevent exodus of migrant labourers amidst COVID-19 lockdown

migrant-exodusNew Delhi, Mar 27: The Union Home Ministry has issued an advisory to all states to precent the mass exodus of migrants labour.

A Home Ministry official in its advisory said that an advisory has been issued to all states and ITs to prevent mass exodus of migrant agricultural labourers, industrial workers and unorganised sector workers, so as to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.

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Doordarshan to re-telecast ‘Ramayan’ starting tomorrow

ramayan-1New Delhi, Mar 27: The government has decided to re-telecast the serial Ramayan from tomorrow onwards. Doordarshan would telecast the epic serial starting Saturday said Union Minister, Prakash Javadekar.

He said that one episode would be telecast in the morning from 9 am to 10 am. A second episode would be telecast between 9 pm and 10 pm, the minister also said.

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High level committee formed to oversee supply of essentials during lockdown

lockdown-marketNew Delhi, Mar 27: The government has formed a high level committee to look into logistic issues relating to the supply of essential items during the 21 day lockdown.

The government has identified essential supplies as the key challenge and formed a high level inter-departmental Logistics Committee for COVID-19 related relief operations.

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Kabul Gurdwara attack to avenge India’s amended citizenship law?

kabul-gurudwaraNew Delhi, Mar 26: The Indian Intelligence agencies suspect the role of the ISI in the Kabul Gurudwara attack that killed 25.

An Intelligence Bureau official told OneIndia that the ISI backed the attack which was carried out by the Islamic State of Khorasan. While the initial suspicion was on the Taliban, the same was denied by its spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid.

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India’s approach towards world on COVID-19 will be different compared to US

coronavirus1New Delhi, Mar 26: The G-20 conference which will be held today is a crucial one. This would be a global fight against the coronavirus and countries would pool in their medical knowledge to tide over the crisis.

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NIA files chargesheet in Purnia Arms case

NIA-33New Delhi, Mar 26: The National Investigation Agency filed a chargesheet in connection with the Purnia Arms case.

The Bihar police had seized highly sophisticated weapons and ammunition in 2019. This included under barrel grenade launchers, AK series rifles and a large number of ammunition.

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MHA issues fresh guidelines exempting more services from lockdown

lockdown-1New Delhi, Mar 26: Fresh guidelines have been issued by the Home Ministry in the wake of the 21 day lockdown. The MHA said that the Reserve Bank of India and RBI regulated financial markets pay and accounts officers and field officers of the CAG have been exempted from the lockdown.

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NPR, Census postponed in wake of COVID-19 outbreak

npr.jpgNew Delhi, Mar 24: The NPR exercise scheduled to begin from April 1 2020 has been postponed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

The Home Ministry said that due to the outbreak of the virus, the first phase of the census and NPR have been postponed until further orders.

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