New Delhi: in view of the rise in the number of Covid-19 cases, airlines have been advised again to strictly comply with Covid-19 Protocols inside the Aircraft, said DGCA. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Tuesday has instructed all airlines to en- sure that passengers are wear- ing masks properly throughout the journey and ensure proper sensitization of the passengers through various platforms. in case a passenger does not comply with the directions, strict action will be taken by airlines against the passenger, the instruction reads. A senior DGCA official said that Covid cases are growing in the country and it is getting serious in view of this, they reiterated their instructions to the stakeholders on Tuesday.
“we will follow it up with random checks and in case of violation, tough action will be taken against concerned stakeholders,” he said.
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Pak requests Taliban to search and arrest Azhar
Pakistan has requested that the Taliban in Afghanistan track down and apprehend the Jaish-e-Muhammad Chief.
According to reports, the Pakistan Foreign Ministry wrote a letter to Taliban counterparts in this regard.
The move comes amid Western pressure on Pakistan to act against Azhar, an UN-designated terrorist leader who founded JEM after Indian authorities freed him and two other terrorists in exchange for the passengers of a hijacked Indian Airlines plane in 1999.
Massive fire breaks out at Karaoke bar in Vietnam
Reportedly, the death toll from a fire at a karaoke parlour in southern Vietnam has risen to 32, and some parts of the building are still inaccessible more than a day later.
The fire, which started late Tuesday, captured workers and customers inside the multi-story venue in Thuan An, Binh Duong province, according to state media. The fire was quickly put out, but it lingered into the next day.
As of late Wednesday, 32 deaths have been reported from the fire, and at least one karaoke room and one storage room had not been accessed due to the high temperature.
According to reports, some people were injured due to asphyxiation, while others suffered broken limbs after jumping from upper floors to try to escape the fire. Firefighters using ladders from their trucks managed to rescue others.
President Nguyen Xuan Phuc expressed his condolences to the victims’ families and asked government officials to assist the families and quickly determine the cause of the fire. According to preliminary findings, it was caused by an electrical short circuit and began on the second or third floor.
In many parts of Southeast Asia, enforcement of safety standards at entertainment venues is sometimes lax, which is thought to contribute to multiple deaths in the event of a fire.
According to Thai police, a pub in the eastern province of Chonburi was providing live entertainment without a licence when a fire broke out in early August, trapping many people inside due to blocked or locked exits.
The death toll from that fire has risen to 23, with 13 killed on the night of the fire and 10 in the month since. Many had severe burns covering the majority of their bodies, making it extremely difficult to protect against deadly infections. At least five other victims are thought to be still on life support.
IT raids at the residence of Home Minister Rajendra Yadav
The Income Tax Department conducted investigations at the residence of Rajendra Yadav, the serving Minister of State for Home and Higher Education in Rajasthan on Wednesday.
The raids are taking place across Uttarakhand, including Kotputli, his assembly constituency, and business premises.
“IT department is conducting search operations at business premises and residences in Kotputli, as well as business premises in Uttarakhand,” Yadav confirmed.
Yadav and his family run a packing material and food product business that includes wheat flour and pulses.
More information is expected on this.
LIGHTNING KILLS 4 IN ANDHRA PRADESH
ELURU: In a tragic incident on Tuesday,four labourers died in a lightning strike in Bogolu village of Lingapalem mandal in Andhra Pradesh’s Eluru district.
It has been reported that three people also were injured and shifted to the hospital. The police told that the thunderbolt fell on the labourers while removing the trees. The deceased were identified as Kondababu (35), Dharmaraju (20), Raju (25) and Venu (18) and later, their bodies were sent to Eluru government hospital for postmortem.
Eluru Superintendent of Police Rahul Dev Sharma said, “Four labourers died on the spot. They were working in the district Reserve Forest when the incident took place.”
CABINET OKAYS 1.5% INTEREST SUBVENTION ON FARM LOAN
New Delhi: The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved an interest subvention of 1.5 per cent per annum on short-term agriculture loans up to Rs 3 lakh. interest subvention of 1.5 per cent will be provided to lending institutions for the financial year 2022-23 to 2024-25 for lending short term agri-loans up to Rs 3 lakh to the farmers, according to an official statement released after the cabinet meeting. This increase in interest Subvention support requires additional budgetary provisions of Rs 34,856 crore for the period of 2022-23 to 2024-25 under the scheme.
OBVIOUSLY OF INTEREST TO US’,JAISHANKAR ON CHINA SPY VESSEL
BANGKOK: Commenting on Chinese spy vessel Yuan wang-5 docking in Sri Lanka, external Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said what happens in our neighbourhood, any develop-ments which have a bearing on our security obviously are of an interest to us.” india had earlier expressed its security concerns over the docking of the vessel
at the Sri lankan port as it was shown as a research vessel with the capability of mapping the ocean bed, which is critical to anti-submarine operations of the Chinese Navy. The Chinese re-search ship on Tuesday morning arrived and docked at Sri Lanka’s Hambantota Port.
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