Defense Minister Rajnath Singh held a meeting in Tehran with his Iranian counterpart Brigadier Amir Hatami on Sunday. BCCI has released the schedule for the upcoming IPL.
Many artists including Shibani Dandekar, Dia Mirza, and Huma Qureshi have come in support of Riya Chakraborty. Let’s have a look at some of today’s big news.
Today’s Headlines 2020
Rajnath Singh meets Iran’s defence minister, discusses bilateral ties, regional security
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh held a bilateral meeting on Sunday with his Iranian counterpart Amir Hatami. This meeting can prove to be very fruitful. He spoke on ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation. In addition, they exchanged views on regional security issues, including the situation in Afghanistan.
IPL 2020 schedule announced, CSK to take on defending champions MI in opener on September 19
After a long time, the IPL 2020 schedule has finally been released on 19 September in Abu Dhabi, the Mumbai Indians, led by defending winner Rohit Sharma, will face Chennai Super Kings, led by MS Dhoni
Shibani Dandekar, Dia Mirza and more celebs react to Rhea Chakraborty getting mobbed outside NCB office
Several celebs, including Shibani Dandekar, Shibani Dandekar Dia Mirza and Huma Qureshi have come forward in support of Riya Chakraborty after the video gathered outside the NCB office. Let me tell you that Liya had appeared before the NCB office for questioning in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case.
Covaxin: Phase 2 clinical trials for India’s first indigenous COVID-19 vaccine to begin on Monday – Reports
Bharat Biotech and that ICMR’s covid-19 vaccine, dubbed covaxin, is India’s first homemade vaccine candidate against SARS-Cov-2. It has been working at various centers across the country since July this year. According to the report, the second phase of Co vaccine will start from Monday. The second phase of the trial will involve more and more volunteers administering the vaccine. The trial period will be increased from 2 days to 4 days. The duration of the first test was kept for 2 days.
Government expands support to Artisans manifold to make India Aatmanirbhar
The Ministry of Micro Industries and Medium Enterprises issued new guidelines orders in view of the micro-approach and increased interest of the stakeholders. They have expanded the reach and support of incense-making artisans. On 4 September 2020, he has issued new guidelines.
Before starting support work on 30 July 2020, the ministry has looked at all aspects of the industry, beyond the supply of machines for making incense sticks. This includes ensuring the supply of inputs and raw materials. The demand for which has increased immensely in the last one year.