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  1. Reliance Industries Ltd., controlled by Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani, bought Stoke Park Ltd. for 57 million pounds ($79 million).
  2. Thirteen coronavirus patients who were in the ICU  in Vijay Vallabh Hospital have died in a fire in Maharashtra's Virar, about 70 km from state capital Mumbai. 
  3. Eminent film editor Rabi Shankar Patnaik passed away while under treatment at a private hospital in Bhubaneswar on Thursday. He was 78.
  4. Biswa keshan Harchandan Mohapatra has been declared as Congress candidate for the Pipili by-electionThe Election Commission has set May 14 as the date for voting instead of May 13.
  5. The Odisha police escorted the green corridor from Rourkela to Indore with 21 tonnes of oxygen. Odisha also  sent a second tanker of 25 tonnes of oxygen to Mumbai. Two oxygen tankers left Jajpur for Vishakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh and Pune in Maharashtra. The Air Force's fighter jets will carry oxygen. Two Air Force C-17 fighter jets have been sent from Telangana.  Odisha also  will now send oxygen to Telangana.
  6. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held talks with the chief ministers of 10 states on the situation in the capital Delhi over the corona epidemic situation and the oxygen situation in hospitals. However, the Delhi Chief Minister's speech was broadcast live on television at the meeting. The Delhi Chief Minister's Office has expressed regret over the incident.
  7. The central government has now made another important decision. The central government plans to set up a DRDO-Tata Sons oxygen production plant immediately. It will be set up at various state-run hospitals, including AIIMS, NHIC Jhazar, Safdarjung, Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and some other hospitals. Its production capacity is estimated to be 1,000 liters per minute.
  8. In the last 24 hours in Uttar Pradesh, 37,238 new cases have been reported in the state. 199 people died in one day due to the infection. The capital, Lucknow, has 5682 cases of infection. The state's chief administrative secretary, Navneet Sehgal, said that as many as 2,25,236 samples had been tested by Thursday.
  9. Justice SA Bobade retired from the post of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on Friday, April 23rd.
  10. The doctor Nihar Ranjan Sarangi has decided to provide door-to-door service to patients during the Covid pandemic. Sarangi has been visiting the houses of several Covid infected patients without caring about his personal safety. He has also been counselling them to beat the virus.
  11. The first Oxygen Express carrying seven tankers filled with liquid medical oxygen from Visakhapatnam returned to Maharashtra on Friday, four days after it started its journey. The train arrived at Nagpur at 8.10 pm, bringing some relief to the state which is reeling under a surge in coronavirus cases and shortages of medical oxygen.
  12. Sixty-five healthcare personnel, including doctors, deployed on Kumbh duty have tested positive for COVID-19, officials said here on Friday.All of them have been kept in isolation, they said.A total of 751 healthcare personnel -- 336 doctors and 415 nurses and paramedics -- had been deployed in the Kumbh Mela area after being vaccinated.
  13. As many as 116 districts in India reported zero malaria cases in 2020 and the country has been able to achieve remarkable success in reducing the disease burden, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Friday.
  14. In Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh, Remedesvi's black market has now exacerbated the problem. An injection of Rs 5,500 is priced at Rs 40,000 to Rs 70,000.
  15. The Prime Minister has promised to provide free rations for two months under the Poor Welfare Food Scheme. 5 kg of food grains per month will be provided free of charge for the months of May and June.

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