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Yet many arrived in the national capital without the mandatory check-up. When these MPs were subjected to the test – which is now the new normal – 17 members of the Lok Sabha and 8 members of the Rajya Sabha tested positive. Among the infected MPs, the BJP has the biggest tally -- 12. The YSR Congress has two MPs, the Shiv Sena, the DMK and the RLP one each. In Rajya Sabha, two MPs each from the BJP and the Congress and one each ! Modi: Parliament stands with Armed Forces Oppn demands details of India-China border situation -$ )& # # $ () &- & & # $# ( $% # # ' $ ' &* ' ! # $#'$$# ' '' $# " % # " # + ! $# $# - from AIADMK, TRS, AAP and TMC were found to be infected. The Lok Sabha members were tested at the Parliament House on September 13 and 14, sources said. One of the infected MPs, BJP's Sukanta Majumdar, tweeted his positive status on Sunday Prior to their . arrival, these MPs would have crisscrossed their constituencies and interacted with their staff and supporters after arrival in the Capital. The session is Harivansh re-elected Dy Chair of Rajya Sabha NEW DELHI: National Democratic Alliance nominee Harivansh Narayan Singh re-elected was Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha on Monday as , the Opposition did not press for voting though a motion to name Manoj Jha as the opposition candidate was moved. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated him and said that he had "high regards for Harivanshji". "I hope that the Deputy Chairperson will run the House well. I appeal to all to cooperate with the Chair," Modi said, adding that the Janata Dal-United leader will manage the Rajya Sabha proceedings . without partiality Ghulam Azad, Nabi Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, welcomed Harivansh's re-election and said "we hope that the Deputy Chairperson will see us as equals". The opposition did not press for voting as many non-National Democratic Alliance parties did not commit support to Jha, while parties like YSR Congress and Biju Janata Dal announced support to the NDA nominee. The Telangana Rashtra Samiti had announced it will abstain. The post fell vacant after Harivansh's term in the Upper House ended. He has since been re-elected from Bihar. being held under a corona wrap that includes staggered seating of the MPs in chambers of both Houses to maintain physical distancing; likewise, their seats in the house have been separated with polycarbon sheets and a mobile app has been introduced to register their attendance. They were also provided with special kits prepared by the DRDO and a manual for steering them through the corona minefield. Shiv Sena-led Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), following which she moved the Bombay High Court which stayed the demolition. "With a heavy heart leaving Mumbai, the way I was terrorised all these days constant attacks and abuses hurled at me attempts to break my house after my work place, alert security weapons lethal with around me, must say my Suga wins party vote for Japan PM TOKYO: Yoshihide Suga was elected as the new head of Japan's ruling party on Monday, virtually guaranteeing him parliamentary election as the next country's prime minister. received Suga 377 votes in the Liberal ruling Democratic Party election to pick a successor to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who announced last month that he would resign due to health problems. The other two recontenders ceived a combined 157 votes former Foreign minister Fumio Kishida got 89 and former Defence Minister Shigeru Ishiba had 68. NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sent out a stern message stating that Parliament will unequivocally stand behind the soldiers braving Chinese aggression on LAC. However, during the ongoing session, the Opposition has made it clear that it wants details from the government regarding the present situation on the India-China border. The Prime Minister, while speaking to the media ahead of Monsoon session, stated categorically that the parliamentarians will send out a message of their unequivocal support to brave jawans facing hardships on the border. Bihar teen covers 700 km, travels 24 hrs non-stop, yet misses NEET by 10 mins! A NEET aspirant from Bihar who had been preparing for the crucial exams since months, was left saddened and dishe after heartened missed the examination by just 10 minutes! For appearing in the 2020 NEET exams, Santosh Kumar Yadav, a student from Darbhanga in Bihar, took on an arduous journey and travelled for more than 24 hours to cover a distance of 700 km to reach his exam centre in Kolkata. He changed two buses, took a cab but unfortunately got late by just 10 minutes and was not allowed to enter the exam centre in Salt Lake, Agency reported. He pleaded with the authorities to allow him entry to the exam room but they denied. The exam had begun at 2 pm and he had reached the exam centre at 1:40 pm. The & ( # #($' ( & " '' # ' ' , " #(& # $! ( * $)(' , " - )'( " #)( ' )" & deadline for entering the exam centre was 1:30 pm, half an hour before the test began at 2 pm. Narrating his ordeal, the student told India Today, “I boarded a bus from Bihar at 8 am on Saturday. There was a massive jam between Muzaffarpur and Patna due to which I lost 6 hours. We left Patna at 9 pm and reached Kolkata around 1 pm on Sunday. Then I took a cab and reached the examination centre around 1:40 pm.” Lamenting that he lost a year, he said that he will now begin preparing for next year’s test. MP Board class XII 386 test+ve, 4 suppl exams held deaths in city The supplementary examinations conducted by Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education for students of class 12 were held . at 430 centres on Monday Board officials said more than one lakh students appeared in the exams. No incident of use of unfair means was reported from anywhere in state and exams were held in peaceful atmosphere. Students were not allowed to enter examination halls without wear- Kangana Ranaut leaves Mumbai, calls her POK analogy 'bang on' Actor Kangana Ranaut on Monday left Mumbai for her home state Himachal Pradesh, saying she has been terrorised with "constant attacks and abuses" and declaring that her analogy comparing the city Pakistan-occupied with Kashmir was "bang on". Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur welcomed her return and Maharashtra's accused Shiv Sena-Congress government of having harassed her. Ranaut took a flight to Chandigarh and then travelled by road to reach Manali. The actor, whose comments triggered a spat with Maharashtra's ruling Shiv Sena, had come to Mumbai from her home in Manali last week for a short visit. On the same day, her office here faced action for "illegal" alterations by His Holiness Radhanath Swami Maharaj analogy about POK was Ranaut on(sic)," bang wrote on Twitter. Targeting the ruling party, the 33-year-old actor said the protectors had declared themselves to be "destroyers" and were working towards dismantling . democracy "But they are wrong to think I'm weak. By threatening and abusing a woman, they are ruining their own image," she added. On Sunday, Ranaut met Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari at Raj Bhavan to apprise him of the "injustice" done to her. The actor has been aggressively criticizing the film industry and the way it functions since the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput in June. She initially said it was not a suicide but a "planned murder" by an industry that does not acknowledge outsiders. Rajgarh MP tests C +ve during check-up for Parl session Just before the monsoon session of Parliament, 17 MPs tested positive for Covid-19. The test was conducted for the parliament session. MP from Rajgarh, Roadmal Nagar, is one of the 17 MPs who have been diagnosed with the disease. The report of swab samples of Nagar was received on . Monday A large number of politicians in MP have been afflicted with the coronavirus. ! ing masks. They were sanitised before entering exam centre and thermal screening was also conducted. The students were not allowed to stand in groups before or after the exam that started at 9 am. According to board officials, more than 1.37 lakh students will appear for class 10 supplementary exams, which will start from Tuesday and continue till September 22. + .'#).- ( )1 0#,# "'-!& ,%#" *) *)" 1 *0#/#, . % + *$ +*-'.'/# + .'#).- )" "'-!& ,%#" 0#,# .** &'%& Every day is a new record for COVID-19 in Indore as it is breaching the previous day numbers daily. On Monday, 386 positive cases were found. Earlier, the highest number was 379 recorded on September 13. As many as 386 patients were found posi- ! Assembly session from Sept 21 MLAs told to submit Covid report It has been mandatory for every MLA coming to attend state assembly session to submit his or her Covid test report. The state assembly secretariat has asked district collectors to conduct Corona test of every MLA in their area. The assembly session will begin from September 21. Keeping in view, the rising Covid infection in the state, the assembly secretariat has decided that every MLA should go through the test. The MLAs will be allowed to take part in assembly session only if they are found corona negative. A large number of MLAs of different political parties have tested corona positive. Many are in hospital while others are in home quarantine. tive out of 2,959 sample on received reports Monday. Rate of positive patients was recorded at 13.04 per cent and total number patients of reached to 17,547. Four deaths were reported on Monday taking the toll to 467, so far. # ! , # & ( " $ )'(& $" # &" #- # ( " # ' ' # ! ' # ! $ ( * & *$ "% $#' %' $# )# % # ( ## ' " "! ! ! In an explosive revelation, over 10,000 prominent Indians including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Kovind, CDS chief Bipin Rawat others are being monitored by China via a Shenzen-based technology company with links to the Chinese government and the Communist . Party According to the report, the list includes Modi, Kovind, interim Congress President Sonia Gandhi and their families. Chief Ministers like Mamata Banerjee, Ashok Gehlot, Amarinder Singh, Uddhav Thackeray, Naveen Patnaik and Shivraj Singh Chouhan were also found mention in the list. Apart from them, Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani and Piyush Goyal were also found to be listed, as per the report. CDS Rawat and 15 former Chiefs of the , Army Navy and Air Force too figured in the list. Other names who found mention on the list include Chief Justice Sharad Bobde, Justice AM Khanwilkar, Lokpal Justice PC Ghose and CAG GC Murmu and business leaders. Same-sex marriage against laws, values: Centre The Centre on Monday told the Delhi High Court that marriage between same sex couples was "not permissible" as it is not recognised by "our laws, legal system, soeiety and our values". The submission was made before a bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan General Solicitor by during Mehta Tushar hearing of a PIL seeking a declaration that same sex marriages be recognised under the Hindu Marriage Act (HMA) and the Special Marriage Act. Mehta opposed the relief sought in the petition saying "our laws, our legal system, our society and our values do not recognise a marriage, which is a sacrament, between same sex couples". He said the plea to grant recognition to or permit registration of such marriages was "not permissible" for two reasons -- firstly, the petition was asking the court to legislate and, secondly, any relief granted "would run contrary to various statutory provisions". Mehta also said that under the HMA, the various provisions regulating marriages or prohibited relationships talk of husband and wife and, therefore, who would be assigned these roles where a same sex couple was concerned. The bench observed that the world over things were changing, but it may or may not be applicable to India; it, however, questioned the need for a PIL in the instant case, saying that people who claim to be affected are well educated and can themselves approach the court. "Why should we entertain the PIL," it added. The counsel for the petitioner stated that the affected people were not coming forward themselves as they feared reprisals and, therefore, a PIL was preferred.