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    Migrants back home, but not getting jobs, says government

    The government told the Supreme Court on Thursday that all migrants who wanted to leave cities for their homes amid the Covid-19 lockdown had been sent back but were not getting jobs according to their skills back home and that they wanted to return to their cities of work.

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    • Abhishek Singhvi said: “The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation has nothing to add, nothing to fear because you (the government) have all the machinery and you can ask every question in every inquiry. Because, we are here as law-abiding persons to answer. But you need to be exposed fully…you don’t even ask these questions of many holy cows. Please ask us, please enquire all that you like, you are harassing each opposition segment individual or institution.”

      An inter-ministerial team has been set up by the government to coordinate probe into the alleged violation of various laws like money laundering and foreign contributions by three Nehru-Gandhi family linked trusts, including the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF).

      On March 13, the Union consumer affairs ministry had declared face masks and hand sanitisers as essential commodities for 100 days to boost supply and prevent hoarding of these items in its fight to check the spread of coronavirus. "We are not extending further as there is enough supply in the country," Nandan told .

      Advocate General Ashutosh Kumbhakoni told a division bench of Justices A A Sayed and M S Karnik that the state government does not have a policy for street vendors and it is also not contemplating framing any as of now.

      Gandhi shared the statements put out by the Indian and Chinese Foreign Ministries after the talks between Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval.

      The latest order on Monday states that the July 4 order delinking the hotels from hospitals stands withdrawn with immediate effect. It said the orders through which these hotels were linked with hospitals as extended Covid-19 hospitals will remain in force till further instructions.

      The Governor in a letter on June 16 stated that the constitutionally established state government is being challenged on a day to day basis by the armed gangs who question the sovereignty and integrity of the nation while instruments of law and order remain totally unresponsive.

      The case had become a major bone of contention between the two countries with India insisting that it could try them as the incident occurred in its territorial waters. Italy contested this on the ground that the ship flew an Italian flag and hence the crew would be tried under the Italian law.

      According to the Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry, state ranking will also be announced under the survey, to be measured based on their fund utilisation and support to respective local bodies, among others. Hardeep Singh Puri said that every year, the 'Swachh Survekshan' is redesigned innovatively to ensure the process becomes more robust with focus on sustaining the behaviour change.

      India on Monday banned 59 apps with Chinese links, including TikTok, UC Browser, SHAREit and WeChat, saying they were prejudicial to sovereignty, integrity and security of the country.

      Each of the 33 wards will have a makeshift hospital; Assam's Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the state has conducted nearly three lakh tests.

      The Indian government said its decision was based on close to 300 documents and reports seeking a ban on the Chinese apps, claiming that they were compromising user data.

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