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Sensex crosses 31,000-mark

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Mumbai, May 26: Indian equity markets touches a record high during afternoon trade session on Friday due to heavy buying in metal and automobile stocks.

The Sensitive Index (Sensex) reached upto 31,034.30 points intra-day , crossed the 31,000 mark for the first time.

At 1.45 p.m., the Sensex traded at 31,008.24 points — up 258.21 points or 0.84 per cent from its previous close at 30,750.03 points.

The NSE Nifty also touched a new high of 9,592.15 points intra-day and traded at 9,584.10 points up by 74.35 points or 0.78 per cent.
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Uttar Pradesh govt to prepare health cards in rural areas

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Taking forward its commitment to provide better health services and prevent spread of the corona infection in the rural areas, the Yogi Adityanath government will now prepare a health report card of the people living around the wellness centres.

These health wellness centres are run by the Ayush Department in the rural areas and also offer traditional medicinal facilities.

According to the government spokesman, the health cards will be prepared with the help of the Angandwadi workers and the Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANM) by going from door to door and collecting data about health status of the residents.

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Offline teaching for Classes 9, 11 in Gujarat from Feb 1

In Gujarat, daily increase in coronavirus cases has come down to under 400 from earlier 1,500-1,600.

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Gandhinagar Jan 27 : The Gujarat government on Wednesday decided to resume offline studies for Classes 9 and 11 in its schools from February 1.

Earlier, offline studies for Classes 10 and 12 was permitted from January 11.

Offline tuition for all these classes have also been allowed, in addition to the online mode.

Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama told the media: “The Education Department had prepared a Standard Operating Protocol on January 8 to resume offline studies for Classes 10 and 12. The same SOP will be implemented for Classes 9 and 11 from February 1. Similar to teaching at school, we are also permitting resumption of offline tuition classes across the state, subject to SOP and Covid guidelines.”

The Minister said that attendance of students in schools will not be mandatory, and that schools and colleges will have to get written consents from parents for the same.

Educational institutions’ heads will ensure that all facilities to follow the SOP are in place. The teaching staff and students will undergo checks for body temperatures through thermal guns.

As classroom teaching for senior students is resuming after almost 10 months, there were lots of apprehension among students and their parents. Hence, simultaneous continuation of online teaching too has been retained.

In Gujarat, daily increase in coronavirus cases has come down to under 400 from earlier 1,500-1,600.

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Delhi tractor Rally Violence: 22 FIRs filed, Over 300 Cops Injured

As per the earlier-decided plan, they were supposed to reach Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar and then take a right turn.

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A total of 22 FIRs have been filed by the Delhi Police so far in connection with the violence witnessed during a farmers’ tractor rally on the Republic Day, officials said on Wednesday.

The FIRs were registered under Sections dealing with riots, damage to public property and assault on public servants with deadly weapons. The police have begun analysing video footage available to identify the violent protesters, who damaged public property and attacked Delhi Police personnel.

In all, 86 policemen were injured in the violence as farmers marched inside Delhi with their tractors ahead of the scheduled time agreed upon with police authorities of Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

Farmers had rallied with about 6,000-7,000 tractors at Singhu border around 8.30 am on January 26. As per the earlier-decided plan, they were supposed to reach Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar and then take a right turn.

However, the protesters led by ‘Nihangs’ riding horses and armed with swords and other sharp-edged weapons charged at the police and broke through several layers of barricades set up between Mukarba Chowk and Transport Nagar, the Delhi Police said

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