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  1. Guidelines on financial compensation for those who died after contracting the coronavirus must be submitted by September 23, the Supreme Court told the government today.
  2. Bhupendra Patel, a first-time MLA, was sworn in as Gujarat's new Chief Minister two days after Vijay Rupani and his entire cabinet quit, setting the stage for a reboot a year before polls in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state.
  3. The government on Monday said "it had nothing to hide" but cited "national security" to tell the Supreme Court it would not file a detailed affidavit in response to petitions seeking a formal inquiry into the Pegasus spyware scandal.
  4. The state has so far received 2.81 lakh applications from STs and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (OTFD) till February this year, of which 1.8 lakh claims were rejected
  5. Two days after Vijay Rupani resigned in a surprise move, first-time MLA Bhupendra Patel was sworn in as the 17th Gujarat Chief Minister on Monday. The 59-year-old, who represents Ghatlodia constituency, was administered oath of office and secrecy by Governor Acharya Devvrat at a simple ceremony at Raj Bhavan.
  6. A local social activist filed the petition before the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Muzaffarpur, alleging that the Muslim community, to which he belongs, was insulted by the remarks of the firebrand BJP leader.
  7. A national-level shooter, Namanveer Singh Brar, was found dead in Mohali on Monday morning. According to the police, Brar died by suicide at his residence in Sector 71 of the city.
  8. Phattuseneri is one of 21 villages in Kotia gram panchayat that lie at the centre of a longstanding border conflict between Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
  9. India has crossed the landmark of administering 75 crore Covid vaccine doses, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said Monday.
  10. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai flagged off 120 ambulances in Bengaluru that will be part of a fleet of 710 ambulances operating under Arogya Kavacha 108 scheme.
  11. Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will soon inaugurate 15,660 double bedroom houses at Kollur in Sangareddy district.
  12. Sports Ministry announces free registration for 2 lakh school students for Fit India Quiz. 1 lakh schools can nominate maximum 2 students for free for the quiz on first cum first basis. India Quiz, the participation fee of Rs 225 for the 2 lakh students from the first 1 lakh schools has been waived off.
  13. Karnataka BJP MLA Shrimant Balasaheb Patil has made a big claim. He said that "when I was in the Congress party and there was a JDS-Congress government in the state, I was offered money to join the BJP."
  14. This new television Sansad TV channel has been created after merging Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The merger was officially announced by the Rajya Sabha Secretariat office in March. PM Narendra Modi will launch Sansad TV on September 15, i.e. Friday
  15. Covaxin has been authorised for emergency use in India and has also been exported to several countries but it has not yet received an emergency use listing from the World Health Organisation.
  16. 17 more people have tested negative for Nipah virus. Of these, 5 persons were tested at NIV Pune and the rest in a specially set up lab at Kozhikode Medical College. Samples of a total of 140 people have been found negative": Kerala Health Minister Veena George said.
  17. COVID-19 curfew in Uttarakhand to continue from 6 am of September 14 to 6 am of September 21.
  18. According to yesterday's data by the Union Health Ministry, the active cases have declined to 3,74,269, while the total death count has increased to 4,42,874 with 219 new fatalities being reported on Monday.
  19. Power Minister R K Singh has written to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, raising doubts over her intentions in opposing the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2021 and asked why she wants to protect private monopoly in electricity distribution.
  20. The Madhya Pradesh government is all set to include Ramayan, Mahabharat and Ramacharitamanasa studies in  Engineering education soon. The Minister of Higher Education Department, Madhya Pradesh Mohan Yadav declared it on Monday.

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