YK MYK INDIA MUST FORMULATE A COMPREHENSIVE CHINA POLICY OPINION Rs. 5 RANCHI TUESDAY, 11 JANUARY, 2022 PG-12, YEAR—11, ISSUE—244 (RNI NO: JHAENG / 2012 / 44137) IMMIGRATION DETENTION: DJOKOVIC WINS COURT CASE SPORTS Morning India Police arrest two persons, seize Rs 61.31 lakh of PLFI supremo SANJAY SAHAY arrested three persons namely Amirchand Kumar, Arya Kumar Singh and Ujjwal Kumar Sahu in connection with supplying sim cards to the PLFI. Several materials including tents, sleeping bags and pamphlets were recovered from them. Four persons namely Nivesh Kumar, Subham Kumar, Dhurv Kumar and Dhruv Singh, escaped from the spot on a jeep and a car. Police received a tip off that Nivesh was staying at the house of his brother Praveen and carried out the raid. Praveen informed that police that Nivesh had kept the cash in his house RANCHI: Police have arrested two persons and seized Rs 61.31 cash belonging to PLFI supremo Dinesh Gope, from their house under the Dhurwa police station area. As many as 32 cartridges and parts of a pistol were also seized in the raid. Police said that the arrested person are Praveen Kumar and his father Subhas Paswan. Praveen is brother of Nivesh Kumar who is a close associate of Gope. It may be noted here that on January 6 the police AT A GLANCE RAJNATH SINGH TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 NEW DELHI: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently under home quarantine with "mild symptoms." "I have tested positive for Corona today with mild symptoms. I am under home quarantine. I request everyone who have recently come in my contact to isolate themselves and get tested," tweeted the Defence Minister. GOVT PUTS CURBS ON EXPORT OF ENOXAPARIN NEW DELHI: The government on Monday imposed curbs on export of Enoxaparin, used to treat or prevent certain types of blood clot, with immediate effect. It has also put restrictions on exports of intra-venous immunoglobulin. Immunoglobulin is a component of blood's plasma. Exporters of these products have to obtain permission or licence for its outbound shipments now. "The export of Enoxaparin (formulation and API) and intra-venous immunoglobulin (formulation and API) ....has been put under restricted category with immediate effect," the DGFT said in a notification. CORONA METER INDIA TOTAL CASES: 35,708,442 TOTAL DEATHS: 483,936 WORLD TOTAL CASES: 308,158,798 TOTAL DEATHS: 5,507,604 ‘No operational time limit for vax centers, can be extended to 10 pm’ NEW DELHI: The Central government on Monday said that no time limit has been set for the operationalisation of Covid vaccination centers across the states and the session timings are subject to the demand and the requirements. The government has said that the operational timings for the Covid vaccination center is flexible and can be extended till 10 p.m. based on the availability of infrastructure. In a letter to all states and union territories, Dr Manohar Agnani, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health, has asked the states and the UTs that the session timings are subject to the demand and the requirements of a particular Covid vaccination center. Citing that the eligible population for vaccines now includes all above 18 years, 15 to 18 years and precaution doses for healthcare workers, frontline workers and 60 plus with comorbidities, Dr Agnani said that the information has been received that there is an impression that the Covid vaccination center can operate only 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. "In this regard, it is to reiterate that no time limit has Health department personnel inoculates a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to a teenager on a snow bound areas in Rajouri district on Monday. ANI INDIA BEGINS PRECAUTION DOSE DRIVE The drive for administering precaution dose to the healthcare workers, frontline workers and 60-plus individuals commenced on Monday across the country. The CoWIN portal has sent over one crore reminder messages to the beneficiaries to get the precaution dose. PG 5 been set for the operationalisation of CVCs. The session timings are subject to the demand and the requirements of a particular Covid vaccination center. In case of increased demand, it is advised that the multiple teams may be arranged at each vaccination center to cater to the need", said the ministry in the letter. The letter further reads that timings of the CVC are flexible and can be up to 10 p.m. based on the availability of HR and infrastructure. framed. According to the Manual on Parliamentary Work, the rules for any legislation should have been framed within six months of presidential assent or seek extension from the Committees on Subordinate Legislation, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Since, the home ministry could not frame rules within six months of the enactment of the CAA, it sought time for the committees -- first in June 2020 and then four more times. The fifth extension came to an end on Monday. "We have approached the parliamentary committees seeking more time. Hopefully, we will get the extension," a home ministry official told PTI. The Central government has already made it clear that the Indian citizenship to the eligible beneficiaries of the CAA will be given only after rules under the legislation are notified. killed, more than 5,000 detained amid Kazakhstan protests 164 ALMATY: During this week's violent upheaval in Kazakhstan, at least 164 people were killed and more than 5,000 were detained, as turmoil swept the country and the death toll climbed even higher. The death toll, which was 44 on Friday has increased significantly, published by state-run TV station Khabar 24 on Sunday, citing the Kazakhstan Ministry of Health, reported CNN. Meanwhile, according to state media, police have opened 125 criminal cases relating to incidents of violence, including allegations of assault, murder, and robbery. saying that it belonged to Gope. Nivesh is allegedly involved in investing Gope’s money in various assets. Notably, the money was counted using a machine in front of a magistrate. OVER 70 PC MINORS AMONG VICTIMS OF FORCED CONVERSION IN PAKISTAN WORLD MHA seeks more time to frame rules under CAA NEW DELHI: The Union Home Ministry has approached the parliamentary committees seeking more time for framing rules under the CAA through which the Modi government wants to grant Indian nationality to non-Muslim migrants from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan, officials said Monday. The Citizenship Amendment Act was passed by Parliament on December 11, 2019 and the Presidential nod was received the next day. Subsequently, it was notified by the home ministry. However, the law is yet to be implemented as rules under the CAA are yet to be POLICE SAID THAT THE ARRESTED PERSON ARE PRAVEEN KUMAR AND HIS FATHER SUBHAS PASWAN. PRAVEEN IS BROTHER OF NIVESH KUMAR WHO IS A CLOSE ASSOCIATE OF GOPE. According to Kazakh official media, at least 5,135 individuals have been detained so far for suspected participation in protests in Kazakhstan, according to the country's Internal Affairs Ministry, reported the news portal. The massive jump in the fuel price infuriated Kazakhs as the country is an exporter of oil and natural gases and Protests in the Central Asian country have resulted in the resignation of the government and the proclamation of a state of emergency, with soldiers from a Russia-led military alliance dispatched to quell the disturbance. PM SECURITY BREACH CASE SC: Committee led by retired judge to probe NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday said that it will constitute an independent committee headed by a retired top court judge to investigate the security lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab on January 5. A Bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, Justice Surya Kant and Justice Hima Kohli will pass a detailed order on the composition of the Committee. However, it has been indicated that Committee will include DGP Chandigarh, IG National Investigation Agency, Registrar General of the Punjab and Haryana High Court and ADGP (security) of Punjab in the Committee. In the Meantime, the Bench asked both the Central government and the Punjab government to not go ahead with the inquiries by the Committees constituted by them. The top court was hearing a PIL seeking a judicial probe into the breach of the Prime Minister's security while on a visit to Punjab. During the hearing, the Punjab government urged the apex court to set up an independent commission regard- ing the incident. DS Patwalia, Advocate General of Punjab, said that the Central government's Committee has issued seven show-cause notices to the officers of the Punjab government seeking an explanation why no action should be taken against them for the incident. The Bench also questioned the Central government for issuing show-cause notices to the officials of the Punjab government over the security lapse, even as the matter was under the examination of the apex court. When the show cause notices have been sent to the officers with prima facie find- ings regarding their guilt over PM's security lapse, what is the purpose of this court considering the matter, the Bench asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who was appearing for the Centre. Solicitor General told the Bench that if the show cause notices pre-empt the final outcome, the Committee of Central government will examine the issue and report to Court and till then it will not act upon the notice. Senior advocate Patwalia expressed his apprehension on the Centre's Committee and argues that Punjab government officers may not get a fair chance to defend themselves.