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Times of India News Feed – India

  • Consenting adults free to live together sans interference: Allahabad HC
    on December 3, 2020 at 3:19 am

    Allowing a writ petition filed by Farrukhabad’s Kamini Devi and Ajay Kumar, a division bench observed, “The SC in a long line of decisions has settled the law that where a boy and girl are majors and they are living with their free will, then nobody — including their parents — has the authority to interfere.”

  • Ex-judge CS Karnan held for obscene posts against judges, their families
    on December 3, 2020 at 3:04 am

    A former judge of the Madras and Calcutta high courts, C S Karnan, was arrested by the Chennai police cybercrime wing. Police said Karnan was later produced before a magistrate’s court and remanded in Puzhal prison.

  • Sharp dip in malaria cases in India in 2019: WHO
    on December 3, 2020 at 2:19 am

    India witnesses the largest absolute decline in WHO’s South-East Asia region, though it still accounted for 88% of malaria cases and 86% of related death in the region. In India, between 2000 and 2019, malaria cases dropped by over 83% to around 3.38 lakh, whereas deaths declined by 92%.

  • 31,000 heat-related deaths of 65+ in India in 2018: Report
    on December 3, 2020 at 2:11 am

    Underlining that livelihoods are at risk because heat is increasingly affecting people’s ability to work outdoors in developing regions with significant economic implications, the report shows India accounted for highest productivity loss at 40% of the total 302 billion work hours lost during 2019.

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