Health Minister Himanta Biswa

#Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma is set to be crowned as the next chief minister of the state. #Politics  @Rahulshrivstv 

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Reforms by Conviction and Incentives...my @LinkedIn  post on innovative policy making in the time of COVID-19, powered by the spirit of Centre-State Bhagidari.

😤Hey @BorisJohnson  just noticing your manoeuvres & your Govt’s new stock phrase for difficult Qs, which is you won’t answer bcos it “relates to ongoing development of Government policy” - don’t most things? A crass way to avoid answering for your incompetence over #DeltaVariant 

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Matt Hancock dismisses pensioners' concerns over social care as 'total rubbish'

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PM @narendramodi  hails frontline workers and citizens as India vaccinates over 85 lakh people in 24 hours. @snehamordani  gets us more on this. #CoronavirusCrisis  #ITVideo 

The Congress party has prepared a White Paper on Management of COVID19 by the GoI. The hope remains that Union govt will act responsibly by examining the facts presented in this White Paper & taking appropriate steps. - Congress President Smt. Sonia Gandhi#RahulExposesModiGovt 

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PM @narendramodi  will be meeting leaders of 8 J&K political parties in #NewDelhi  on June 24. However, outfits in #Jammu  region are miffed over not being invited to the meeting. @sunilJbhat )

🗞Lots of coverage of yesterday’s report on disinformation in Scotland. It’s vital that we have a robust discussion about the best ways to defeat disinformation and build resilience across Scottish society. __ You can read the full report here

Petrol and diesel prices were increased by 28 paise per litre and 26 paise per litre, respectively, and were selling at record highs of ₹97.50 per litre and ₹88.23 per litre at Indian Oil Corporation Ltd’s outlets in the national capital.

Shares of #AdaniGroup  companies were in demand on Tuesday, with four of the six listed stocks hitting the 5% upper circuit for the second day in a row on the BSE.

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