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Don’t make mistake of ignoring 2nd dose of vaccine; gap of 1 month to be maintained: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Saturday, launched the most awaited nation-wide vaccination drive against COVID-19 via video conferencing. 

Modi had said that it would be the world’s largest vaccination drive, which would be covering the entire length and breadth of the country.
A total of 3006 session sites across all States and Union Territories would be virtually connected during the launch. 
And around 100 beneficiaries would be vaccinated at each session site today, Union Health Ministry informed. 
Today, many of those scientists, who are involved in the vaccine research and making the COVID-19 vaccine for the past several months, deserve a special praise, PM Modi said. 
Usually, it takes about years to develop a vaccine. However, in such a short notice, not one but two vaccines were developed and are ready to be launched in India.
I would like to remind you again, that it is very important to administer two doses of COVID-19 vaccine. A gap of one month should be maintained between the first and second dose. In Just two weeks after the second dose, your body would develop necessary strength against the virus.
Don’t make the mistake of ignoring the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, he said. 
Never before has this type of vaccination and such a large-scale vaccination campaign been run in history. There are more than 100 countries in the world, whose population is less than 30 million. And India is vaccinating its three crore citizens in the first phase of vaccination, he said. 
In the second phase, we have to take it to 30 crores. Those who are elderly, who are suffering from serious illness, would get vaccinated in the first phase. 
You can imagine, there are only three million countries in the world above population of 300 million which are: India, China and America.
Our medical system and India’s scientists, who developed the vaccines, have a lot of credibility in India’s major process throughout the world. We have gained the trust of the world through our track record.

Our fight with corona has been self-confident and self-reliant (Aatmanirbhar). To fight this tough battle, we would not let our confidence shaken, this pledge has been reflected in every Indian today, he said.

During the crisis, in the atmosphere of despair, our doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, ambulance drivers, Asha workers, sweepers, police and many other frontline workers kept transmitting home. They endangered their lives in order to save us, PM Modi added. 
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BREAKING: Gadkari again receives death threat calls from same caller

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The Public Relations Officer of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari again received two death threat calls  today morning (March 21).

Nitin Gadkari

In a rather shocking incident amid the high security C20 conference in Nagpur, the Public Relations Office of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari again received two death threat calls  today morning (March 21). According to the information received, once again there have been threatening calls received in the name of a criminal named Jayesh Pujari alias Jayesh Kantha.

Employees of the senior BJP leader’s office alerted Nagpur Police and security has been beefed up outside the office in Khamla and the leader’s residence on Wardha Road. However, cops are yet to ascertain whether the call was actually made by the same person who had issued death threats to Gadkari in January. 

On January 14 this year, an unidentified extortionist, claiming to speak on behalf of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, threatened to kill Gadkari in an explosion if he didn’t pay him ₹100 crore.

The caller threatened Gadkari though a phone call on the landline number of his Public Relations Office (PRO) at Khamla in Nagpur (around one kilometre away from his residence) at 11:25 am, 11:32 am, and 12:30 pm.

The employees of the office alerted the police after the threat call, where in the caller also threatened to blow up Gadkari’s office. Nagpur Police immediately beefed up the security outside Gadkari’s office and residence. 

It was later revealed that a notorious gangster named Jayesh Pujari had threatened to kill Gadkari by allegedly making the three threat calls illegally using a cellphone while he was lodged in Belgaum Jail at Karnataka. 

In 2016, Pujari had even escaped after breaking the jail. The gangster, in the past too, had threatened several senior officers and other people in a similar manner. 

Also read: NMC spends ₹20 crore on lighting trees for C20 in Nagpur

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Arush Chitre wins Open Group, Shraddha Bajaj bags first spot in Girl Group

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Chess Association Nagpur

Arush Chitre in Open Group and Shraddha Bajaj in Girls Group annexed the title of the  Nagpur District Under-17 Open and Girls Chess Championship organised by Chess Association Nagpur on 19th March 2023 in association with GH Raisoni Sports and Cultural Foundation and Kalpana Prakash Welfare Foundation at Vivekanand Hall at Shraddha House in Nagpur.

Arush Chitre, seeded second, improved his position to achieve the title scoring 6.5 out of 7. Ayush Ramteke also scored 6.5 points but was placed second based on their tie-break score.

In the Girls Group, second seeded Shraddha Bajaj took the top spot with 4.5 points out of 5 Rounds. Fifth seeded Swanandi Sole followed her to take second place in the merit list with 4 points out of five. 

Arush Chitre and  Ayush Ramteke shall represent the Nagpur District in Open Group and Shraddha Baja and Swanandi sole shall represent Nagpur District in Girls Group in the Maharashtra State Under 17 FIDE Rating Chess Championship to be held at Buldhana from 14th April 2022 to 16th April 2023.

Prizes were distributed at the hands of Swapnil Ahirkar Joint Secretary NCP Business Cell Maharashtra, Social worker & Director Ahirkar Group of Nagpur. Bhushsan Shriwas, Secretary, Chess Association Nagpur and Chief Arbiter Deepak Chavan were present on the dais. Top five finishers in Open and Girls Group got the trophies while medals were given to top two in under 15,13,11,09,07 category.

Deepak Chavan, Chief Arbiter successfully conducted the event assisted by SNA Sagar Sakhare, SNA Prayas Ambade and Prathamesh Machave.

Also read: RCNV holds Rotaract meet with RI Friendship Exchange Team from Mexico

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RCNV holds Rotaract meet with RI Friendship Exchange Team from Mexico

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RCNV held a Rotaract meet with RI Friendship Exchange Team from Mexico at Jhulelal Institute of Technology.

RCNV held a Rotaract meet with RI Friendship Exchange Team

Rotary Club of Nagpur Vision – RCNV – held a Rotaract meet with RI Friendship Exchange Team from Mexico at Jhulelal Institute of Technology on 10th March. Various Rotaract Clubs from Nagpur were present for the meet.

The students gave a traditional welcome to the team . The JIT Rotaractors showed their beautifully crafted Rotaract wall . This was followed by the visit at the science lab. The Rotaractors were addressed by PDG Rtn Shabbir Shakir, Mexican team leader Rtn Fernando, Rotaract Geraldine, JIT head Ms Madhavi, President Shivani Sule and Rtn Jaishree Chhabrani.

RCNV held a Rotaract meet with RI Friendship Exchange Team from Mexico at Jhulelal Institute of Technology.

RCNV held a Rotaract meet with RI Friendship Exchange Team

The Rotaractors were thrilled to meet the team and exchanged letter heads with the Mexican team . The Hi tea was interactive and the Management gave a memento to each. Rt Ann Mona Mulchandani worked hard and coordinated the wonderful arrangements at the college.

Also read: Nagpur’s ‘Unique Cooking Contest’ enters Asia Book of Records

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