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Lanka IOC urges government to raise fuel prices, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

Colombo: Lanka IOC (LIOC), the subsidiary of the Indian Oil Corporation in Sri Lanka, on Monday urged the government to approve a hike in retail fuel prices due to the current situation regarding world oil prices, said here a senior official of the company. LIOC Managing Director Manoj Gupta said …

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Global Hunger Index | Only 3.9% of children suffer from malnutrition, according to government

The value of a key indicator used in the Global Hunger Index is “bloated” because only 3.9% of Anganwadi children are undernourished, the government said on Sunday. “Real-time beneficiary data registered on the Anganwadi platform includes 7.79 crore of children aged 6 months to 6 years according to real-time data …

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COVID-19 vaccine for still absent children: government

The scientific rationale and the supply situation will dictate the final call for vaccine approval, COVID task force leader VK Paul said. The government will make a final decision on immunizing children and adolescents against the coronavirus based on an overall scientific rationale as well as the supply situation of …

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By-elections, not a referendum on my government, says Bommai

Highlighting the results under Siddaramaiah’s government, Bommai says such things can only be assessed from the general election. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, who faces the Assembly’s first-ever test poll under his leadership with the upcoming by-elections, has maintained that the polls will not be a referendum on the effectiveness of …

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Kundapur: stay in the village of various government officials, visits to Koraga settlements

Silvester D ‘Souza Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP) Kundapur, October 16: Various officials from the Departments of Women and Children Protection, Disability and Elderly Empowerment, Health and Family Welfare, Education, Food, Social Welfare , backward classes and the fisheries department under the leadership of tahsildar Kiran Gorayya received grievances …

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Karnataka’s public hospitals face shortage of basic medicines

As non-COVID services resume, the provision of other essentials such as dressing materials, catheters and gloves has also been affected. The state’s public hospitals are now facing a severe shortage of basic medicines, including paracetamol, antibiotics and antihistamines, and are being forced to write prescriptions for patients to buy from …

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