Morning Digest: COVID-19 second wave still raging in the country, says Health Ministry; India’s Neeraj Chopra qualifies for javelin throw final in Tokyo Olympics, and more

The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is “still raging” in the country and is far from over, Lav Aggarwal

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Morning Digest: Five journalists move Supreme Court over Pegasus snooping issue, IMF approves big increase in funds to poor countries battling COVID-19, and more

Antibodies produced in response to Covaxin were reduced when tested against the Delta variant and its sublineages but continued to

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Morning Digest | Travellers hit by Karnataka’s new COVID-19 norms; J&K to deny passport, jobs to residents with adverse police report, and more

The sudden enforcement of new COVID-19 guidelines, requiring a negative RTPCR report, by the Karnataka government resulted in confusion at the

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Opposition seeks President’s intervention on farmers’ deaths, Pegasus row

A delegation of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), the Nationalist Congress Party and the National Conference met President Ram Nath

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Open letter to CJI seeks moratorium on use of Pegasus

Women’s rights activists, human rights defenders and concerned citizens call call hacking episode an act of ‘state-sponsored cyber terrorism’ The

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Mexico says officials spent $61 million on Pegasus spyware

Public Safety Secretary Rosa Icela Rodríguez said records found revealed 31 contracts signed during the administrations of President Felipe Calderón

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Pegasus issue: Opposition leaders discuss strategy to corner govt in Parliament

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi attended the meeting at the chamber of the Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun

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