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13 Sept News Digest: Amit Shah admitted to AIIMS, AstraZeneca resumes trial

Vishnu Vasisht

While the cases of Coronavirus are constantly increasing, the number of patients recovering is also increasing day by day. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has once again been admitted to AIIMS.

Amit Shah admitted to AIIMS late night, was discharged a few days ago

Union Home Minister Amit Shah was admitted late last night again in AIIMS. According to IANS news, Shah is having breathing difficulties. However, no statement in this regard has been issued by the hospital so far. He recently defeated Coronavirus and had resumed his office.

Is the Arab countries' attitude changing towards Palestine?

Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) had recently agreed to normalize their relations and the role of US President Donald Trump is considered to be very important in this. The agreement was signed between the two countries on 13 August. Not only the UAE, Bahrain has also agreed to normalize its relations with Israel, which was announced by the US President on Friday.

Sonia leaves for US

Before the monsoon session on September 14, Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi have both left for the US. It is being told that she has gone to America for a medical checkup. Sonia Gandhi can stay abroad for about two weeks in connection with treatment. This means that she will not be able to participate in the monsoon session.

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AstraZeneca resumes trial

After the disappointing news from Oxford and AstraZeneca's Coronavirus Vaccine, there is a chance once again. Trial was stopped when side effects were observed in a volunteer during the final phase of trial. But now the trial has got the approval and the vaccine is expected by the end of 2020.

'The government's order must somehow wrap the opposition'; Yechury rages on Modi government

Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury has accused the Modi government of suppressing the opposition.
He has said that this Modi government is not only afraid of questions in Parliament, but is afraid of holding press conferences and answering RTI. Whether it is Modi's personal funds or to show his degree. All the unconstitutional policies and unconstitutional measures of this government will continue to be opposed.

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