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22, Jun 2020, by : Dr Tarun Lall

The very thought spelt excitement. Our Superintendent of Hospital called me to form a COVID-19 Emergency Task Force.I was thrown in at the deep end of the pool but I was thrilled.I thought to myself I will be able to help the people who are feeling so helpless. Read News

24, Apr 2020, by : Dr. Sanjay Kumar

The world is reeling under Corona pandemic. Almost 2 lakh people have surrendered their lives. With just less than 700 casualties, India seems to be well safe, but is still awfully vulnerable to its spread at community level if the chain continues. So many theories are being floated for its spread, from animal carriage to its development in Wuhan laboratory in China. Sometimes even US and Canada are being projected as parallel culprits. Whatever the reality may be, it will certainly come out. BRead News

25, Feb 2020, by : FnF Correspondent

The death toll has rose to ten on Tuesday in the violence over the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) that has kept the national capital burning over the last three days, especially northeast Delhi. According to GTB Hospital authorities, four people were declared brought dead at the hospital on Tuesday and five lost their lives, including a Delhi Police head constable Ratan Lal on Monday. In a recent update, another person has lost his life taking the total death toll to 10 and over 13Read News

28, Dec 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

On the 135th Foundation Day of the grand old Congress party, its former President Rahul Gandhi launched a stringent attacked on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) over the ongoing countrywide protests against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill and the proposed National Register Of Citizens (NRC). While addressing an Ashtitwa Rakhyar Samabekh rally in Guwahati, Rahul Gandhi said that Assam might return to the path of violence due to policies of the BJP governments at the Centre and the state.Read News

21, Dec 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

BSP president Mayawati on Saturday asked the Centre to give up its "stubborn stand" on the new citizenship law and NRC and withdraw its decisions. In a tweet, BSP supremo said, "Now that voices opposed to the CAA and NRC have started coming from within the NDA, the central government should give up its stubborn stand and withdraw its decisions." "Also, it is an appeal to protesters to express their opposition in a peaceful manner," she added.Read News

19, Dec 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Prohibitory orders under Section 144 of CrPc have been imposed in the whole of Uttar Pradesh and no permission for an assembly or gathering in the state has been given on Thursday."Section 144 is in Read News

14, Dec 2019, by : Satya Narayana Sahu

On 13th November 2019 the Chief Minister of Odisha ShriNaveen Patnaik of Odisha met the representatives of Muslimsfrom Bhadrak, Jajpur and Balasore in the context of thewidespread protests in north eastern and other parts of thecountry against the Citizenship Amendment Act and itsdisapproval at the international level including by the UnitedNations. The meeting took place amid the apprehensionsgenerated among Muslims all over thRead News

01, Nov 2019, by : Guncha Prakash

The wildfire outbreak in California is a grim reminder of how human actions have caused immense and irreparable damage to the environment. According to the IPCC Report, temperatures have already risen to more than 1 degree Celsius as compared to the pre-industrial era and will rise to more than 2 degree Celsius unabatedly in the near future if industrial activities are carried out in the existing manner, least sensitive to the environmental impacts that follow. Read News

15, Oct 2019, by : Seema Gupta

In a country such as ours which is on a steady path of development and with existence of stringent laws such as the Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006, the Compulsory Registration of Marriage Bill 2005, one would naturally assume that Child marriages as a phenomenon would cease to exist. Read News

28, Sep 2019, by : Satya Narayana Sahu

With all humility and with a prayerful disposition to Lord Jagannath of Puri temple, the Odisha Government headed by Mr Naveen Patnaik has taken measures to clear commercial buildings and centuries old dilapidated structures around 75 meters of the sacred shrine.Read News

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