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Third Bullet Fired In Four Days At Anti-CAA Protest Site At Jamila Millia University

The Jamia Coordination Committee of Jamia Millia Islamia University said that a shot was fired outside the Gate No. 5 of the university but no one was injured. It was third incident in four days of firing at an anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) protest in the capital.

Students called the police

It was told that someone fired a shot at the university gate from Shaheen Bagh, 2 km away from the university. The police have recorded statements and FIR registered on the basis of statements. A team was also sent to the spot to collect CCTV footage from Gate No. 5 and 7. Senior police officer Jagdish Yadav assured of action.

Different versions of the incident

The police searched the area but found no evidence of firing like empty bullet shells. Also, some people said that the miscreants were riding a scooter while others claimed that the shooters were in a four-wheeler. Also, the shooter was heard saying “Humare desh mein sirf Hinduon ki chalegi aur kisi ki nahi (in our country only Hindus will prevail).” Also, some people said that he came in an auto.

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Novel Coronavirus Took 360 Lives In China And 1 In Philippines On Sunday

The novel coronavirus has claimed 360 lives in China exceeding the 349 mainland fatalities from SARS outbreak in 2002-03. The fresh death was reported from a major city far from the epicenter. The city is under lockdown.

China under the threat of novel coronavirus outbreak

56 new fatalities were reported from Hubei that is the epicenter of the outbreak. But Chinese authorities are still struggling to contain the virus but locking their cities down. On Sunday, the authorities confined people to their homes and closed roads in the eastern city of Wenzhou.

Wenzhou is approximately 800 kilometers from Wuhan from where the novel coronavirus emerged at the world stage. The virus has infected close to 17,000 people and spread to 24 countries outside China.

International outbreak of novel coronavirus

The first international fatality was reported from Philippines where a 44-year old patient from Wuhan died due to infection. The virus has spread to G7 countries – Canada,France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States have confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infection. The G7 countries would discuss a joint response said Germany’s health minister Jens Spahn.

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La Liga: It Was A Fati-Messi Show On Sunday

FC Barcelona beat Levante be two goals to one in La Liga is a direct challenge for Real Madrid that is considered the most prominent consultant of the title. The match was played at the Camp Nou on Sunday.

Here’s how the match progressed

His injury was seen as an opportunity for both Riqui Puig and Alex Collado. But neither started.

Barcelona had a steady start with no close shaves or lapses in focus. But at the same time, there were not many opportunities either to speak of at least in the opening 9 minutes of the game.

It was close the quarter of an hour mark when both Fati and Messi woke from the slumber and launched an attack on Levante but their bids were frustrated. Soon a huge opportunity followed when Vazo almost put the ball into his own net.

Fati-Messi again took the lead and finally Fati achieve success in scoring a goal for Barcelonan and his third in the La Liga season.

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Second Suspected Case of Novel Coronavirus Also Found In Kerala

The second case of novel coronavirus in India is reported from Kerala. The patient returned from China on January 24 and it suspected to have coronavirus infection but is said to be stable.

Novel coronavirus cases in India

On Thursday, the first case of novel coronavirus was reported from Kerala where a medical student from China’s Wuhan city reported the throat infection. Soon she was quarantined at a hospital in Thrissur.

The second suspected case of novel coronavirus was also from Kerala. But the case is yet to be confirmed said Kerala Health Minister KK Shailaja. The minister said that the government was informed about the suspected case of coronavirus by National Institute of Virology in Pune. The institute said that there could be possibility of another positive case in Alappuzha.

NIV Pune is conducting detailed examination of the patient to confirm the case. Meanwhile, the government has released an advisory for people coming from China to report to health department. NIV Pune would confirm the second case in a short time.

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Delhi L-G Asks For Making Necessary Arrangements For Security Of Protestors And Voters At Shaheen Bagh

The Lt. Governor asked police to boost security around Shaheen Bagh area after a man fired two rounds in air at the protestors. The police would put up more barricades to prevent outsiders from creating trouble at the protest site.

Shaheen Bagh protest

Since December 15, hundreds of people including men and women have been staging a sit-in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) at the Shaheen Bagh.

But the protest came into news when a man brandished a pistol to the protestors and fired two rounds in air. The police present at the site swung into action and apprehended the shooter.

Enhanced security for Shaheen Bagh protestors

The police have been asked to keep a close watch over the people visiting the Shaheen Bagh area. There would be barricades to prevent people from approaching the protest site and those that want to visit the site would be frisked. Also, the police would take help of locals to prevent any untoward incident from happening. The securing arrangements have been enhanced in the wake of Delhi elections on February 8.

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Scots Scientist Mary Somerville Inspires Google Doodle

Today’s Google Doodle is attributed to Scots scientist Mary Somerville, who was a great mathematician, astronomer and geographer. The illustration of one of the greatest intellectual writers of the 19th century would appear on Google for 24 hours.

Google wants to commemorate her contribution to science but it isn’t the first time that Mary Somerville is recognized for her work. A few years ago, her illustration appeared on the new Royal Bank of Scotland £10 note.

Mary Somerville life and achievements

Born in 1780 in Jedburgh, she was a good learned from her childhood. But her parents discouraged her from studying because they thought that study would kill her. Mary Somerville had a sister who died due to some illness but her parents blamed the death of Mary’s sister on studies.

Fighting against all odds, Mary Somerville continued her study. Her greatest contribution was a detailed study of the solar system where she noticed Neptune as a small wobble in the orbit of Uranus. Following the study, she was made a proud member of the Royal Astronomical Society jointly with Caroline Herschel.

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