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February 24,2021

Australia board apologises after India players complain of racist abuse

Cricket Australia apologised to the India team on Sunday and launched a probe into allegations visiting players were subjected to racial abuse by part of the crowd during the third test at Sydney Cricket Ground.

Of Opioid Addiction, And Indian Americans In US

On 5th July 2020, Ikonkar Manmohan Singh Sandhu, a young 23 year old boy, died from an opioid overdose in Michigan just months before he was to be married. He is by no means an isolated case in the Indian American community. A small group of doctors are sounding the alarm on the nation’s opioid crisis. Dr Arun Gupta is one of those who is urging health authorities to wake up to this catastrophe, which is ripping through communities with scant regard for race, gender, educational level or financial standing.

Punjab CM warns warring senior police officers of dismissal for indiscipline

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday ordered the top brass of the police to put an immediate end to fighting their personal and professional battles in the courts and the media, and threatened to sack any officer found indulging in such acts of gross indiscipline, which were bringing a bad name to the Punjab Police.

New Zealand to shut its immigration offices in Mumbai, Pretoria and Manila

INZ’s deputy head Catriona Robinson said they have to adapt to New Zealand’s Covid-19 economic recovery as well as focus on the changing work environments.

Sensex, Nifty close at record high on HDFC boost
Pakistan arrests alleged militant group leader Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi on terrorism financing charge
Men's hockey: India work hard for 4-3 win over Wales
Kumbh Mela to be held in Haridwar next year for 48 days
Bolsonaro writes to Modi, asks to expedite AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine shipment as delays loom

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