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leadership change in UP, India’s largest state.
stayed the orders by the Lakshadweep administrator Praful Khoda Patel ordering the closure of all dairy farms on the archipelago and banning of chicken and meat products from children’s midday meals at schools. The stay order was granted after a local resident from Lakshadweep filed a public interest litigation (PIL), challenging the two orders. The high court has given the administration and Patel two weeks to respond to the PIL.
  • Last month, the Director, Department of Animal Husbandry had ordered the closure of all dairy farms run by the department with the bulls and the calves to be auctioned. According to the PIL, which alleges that the order for closure of dairy farms was passed in order to benefit a dairy company from Gujarat, the auction also flopped as no budder turned up
  • Patel, who took charge last year in December, passed another order in February directing removal of all non-vegetarian food items from the menu of midday meals served in schools — which, the PIL contends, has been done with the objective of changing the food habits of the island’s children
  • beat Russia 4-1, while in the other match of the group Belgium beat Finland 2-0. The result: Denmark finished second in the group to become the first team in the history of the Euros to reach the knockout stage after losing their first two games.

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    The US pharma company is in the final stages of an agreement with India to supply Covid vaccines, CEO Albert Bourla said on Tuesday, addressing the 15th edition of the India-US Bio Pharma & Healthcare Summit organised by the US-India Chamber of Commerce. He added that Pfizer has planned that mid and low-income countries, which include India, will receive at least 2 billion such doses.