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Covid India Cases News LIVE: 2,183 new cases, 1,985 cured and 214 deaths reported in India in last 24 hours – Nation World News

Active COVID-19 cases come down to 11,542: India recorded 2,183 new coronavirus infections, taking the total number of COVID-19 cases to 4,30,44,280, while active cases came down to 11,542, according to data updated by the Union Health Ministry on Monday.

The death toll rose to 5,21,965 with 214 fresh deaths, including 213 from Kerala, data updated at 8 am. The ministry said active cases comprise 0.03% of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate stood at 98.76%.

A decrease of 16 cases has been recorded in the active COVID-19 caseload in a 24-hour period. According to the ministry, the daily positivity rate was recorded at 0.83% and the weekly positivity rate was 0.32%.

The number of people recovering from the disease increased to 4,25,10,773, while the death rate was recorded at 1.21 percent.

The cumulative doses administered in the country so far under the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign have exceeded 186.54 crore.

India’s COVID-19 tally had crossed 20 lakh on August 7, 2020, 30 lakh on August 23, 40 lakh on September 5 and 50 lakh on September 16. It had crossed 60 lakh on 28 September, 70 lakh on 11 October. 80 lakh on 29 October, 90 lakh on 20 November and crossed the one crore mark on 19 December.

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Sri Lankan stock market closed for the second consecutive week

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Odia singer Prafulla Kar dies at 83

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VHP demands NIA probe in Jahangirpuri violence case

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has demanded a probe by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) into the Jahangirpuri violence in the national capital on Hanuman Jayanti. VHP International Joint General Secretary Surendra Jain claimed that “Jihadi terrorism bomb is ticking in Delhi which can explode anytime”.

Turkey says its warplanes hit Kurdish terrorist targets in northern Iraq

Turkey’s defense ministry said on Monday that Turkish warplanes, helicopters and drones targeted Kurdish terrorist targets in northern Iraq in an air and land operation, with facilities ranging from camps to ammunition stores. The military action was part of a long-running Turkish campaign in Iraq and Syria against militants from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia, both considered terrorist groups by Ankara.

Lakhimpur Kheri: Supreme Court cancels Ashish Mishra’s bail

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Tesla, others prepare to restart Shanghai factory

Manufacturers including Tesla began preparations to reopen their Shanghai factories on Monday, as the city ramped up efforts to exit a COVID-19 lockdown that has shut down most businesses in China’s economic center for nearly three weeks. forced to close. Two sources told Reuters that Tesla has recalled workers to its factory to prepare to restart. He said the US automaker initially intended to resume a production shift on Monday, but is now looking to do so on Tuesday. One of the sources said that one of the reasons was that a supplier was facing logistics issues.

Fall in China shares eclipses GDP expansion due to COVID-19 concerns

Shares in China fell on Monday as investors were disappointed about a less-than-expected cut in the Reserve Requirement Ratio (RRR). Unexpectedly strong GDP data for the first quarter of 2022 also failed to lift the market, with analysts saying the key question was whether officials would make adjustments to the strict anti-COVID-19 measures. The CSI300 index fell 0.9% to 4,150.43 at the end of the morning session, while the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.8% to 3,186.35. The Hong Kong market is closed for the holiday.

Sensex falls 1,000 points, Infosys biggest fall in two years

2,183 new COVID-19 cases, 1,985 cured and 214 deaths reported in India in last 24 hours

Sensex rises 1,186.18 points to 57,152.75 in early trade

Nifty fell 314.95 points to 17,160.70.

Ukraine says Russia wants to ‘destroy’ Donbass

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of “destroying” the entire eastern region of the Donbass, as the last remaining forces in the strategic port of Mariupol prepared for a final defense on Monday. Moscow is pushing for a major victory in the southern city as it works to take control of the Donbass and build a land corridor to already occupied Crimea. But Ukraine has pledged to defend the city and fight, defying a Russian ultimatum on Sunday that called on the remaining fighters to lay down their arms inside the Azovstal steel plant and surrender.

Cruise ships return to Australia after a two-year ban

A cruise ship docked in Sydney Harbor on Monday for the first time in more than two years after a 2020 ban was lifted due to a massive COVID-19 outbreak. On a bright morning, the Pacific explorer made a dramatic entrance, splashing water puddles by tugboats and with a large banner that read “We are home” draped over its bow. Crowds gathered at the base of the Sydney Harbor Bridge to watch the arrival of the ship, which had begun its 18,000-kilometre (11,000 mi) voyage in Australia about a month earlier.

China’s economy still weak in January-March grew at a rate of 4.8 percent

China’s economic growth in the first three months of 2022 reached a still weak 4.8 percent from a year ago, as the coronavirus outbreak shut down major industrial cities. China’s huge real estate industry rose 4 percent from the previous quarter after a slowdown due to tighter government controls on the use of debt, official data showed on Monday. Compared to the previous quarter, as measured by other major economies, growth slowed to 1.3 percent from 1.4 percent.

Air India cancels Hong Kong flights

Turkey launches new ground, airstrikes in northern Iraq

Turkey has launched a new cross-border ground and air-border operation against Kurdish militants in northern Iraq, Turkey’s defense minister announced early Monday. Turkish jets and artillery attacked targets belonging to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, before commando troops – supported by helicopters and drones – crossed over from the ground into neighboring territory or were airlifted by helicopters, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said. Said in a posted video. Akar said the jets “successfully” attacked shelters, bunkers, caves, tunnels, ammunition depots and headquarters belonging to the PKK. The group maintains bases in northern Iraq and has used the area for attacks on Turkey.

Zelensky pleads with the world to answer for the torture

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russian troops in southern Ukraine are being tortured and kidnapped, and called on the world to respond on Sunday. Addressing the nation in the evening, Zelensky said, “torture rooms have been built there.” “They abduct representatives of local governments and anyone they deem visible to local communities.”

Yemen’s President Hadi resigns under Saudi pressure

Yemeni President Abdrabuh Mansour Hadi stepped down under pressure from Saudi Arabia and is now actually under house arrest, The Wall Street Journal reports. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud reportedly handed Hadi a written decree during talks in Riyadh setting out provisions for the delegation of powers to the presidential council, the newspaper said on Sunday, citing Saudi and Yemeni officials. .

China reports 23,460 new COVID-19 cases on April 17

Mainland China reported 23,460 new coronavirus cases on April 17, of which 2,742 were symptomatic and 20,718 were asymptomatic, the National Health Commission said on Monday. This compares with 26,155 new cases a day earlier – 3,529 symptomatic and 22,626 asymptomatic infections, which China counts separately.

IPL betting racket busted in Odisha

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USA: Three mass shootings during Easter weekend; two dead

South Carolina officials say they are investigating a shooting at a Hampton County club in the early hours of Sunday that injured at least nine people. It was the third mass shooting in the US over the Easter holiday weekend. The State Law Enforcement Division said in an email that no one was reported killed in the initial shootout at the club in Hampton County. There was no immediate information available on the severity of the injuries. SLED says it was asked by the Hampton County Sheriff’s Office to investigate. Hampton County is approximately 80 miles (about 129 kilometers) west of Charleston.

Mizoram: More than 200 houses damaged in violent storm

A severe storm accompanied by heavy rain and hailstorm damaged over 200 houses, including a church building, in Mizoram’s Kolasib and Mamit districts. An official gave this information on Sunday. He said that no casualty has been reported so far in the storm that hit two districts late on Saturday night. According to a preliminary report, at least 220 houses and church buildings were damaged in Kolasib district, and around 18 houses were damaged in Mamit district near the Assam border.

Ukrainian Defenders Defend Surrender or Die Calls in Mariupol

Ukrainian fighters hiding at a steel plant in the last known pocket of resistance inside the shattered city of Mariupol on Sunday ignored an ultimatum to surrender or die for the Russians and held up against capturing the strategically important port. The fall of Mariupol, the site of a ruthless, 7-week-old siege that turned much of the city into smoking ruins, would be Moscow’s biggest victory of the war so far and a potential climate for troops to take part in the war. will have to be freed. For control of the industrial east of Ukraine.

Tesla shareholders ask judge to silence Musk over fraud

A group of Tesla shareholders sued CEO Elon Musk over some 2018 tweets about taking the company private, asking a federal judge to order Musk to stop commenting on the matter. Attorneys for the Austin, Texas-based company’s shareholders also say in court documents that the judge in the case ruled that Musk’s tweets about “funding secure” to take Tesla private were false, and that his remarks date back to 2018. also violates the court agreement. Musk and Tesla agreed to pay fines of USD 20 million each, with US securities regulators.

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