Do you want me to comment on this vigilance inquiry? I will say this is a useless paper. Rather it is contempt of court… This vigilance inquiry is even worse than what they do in an ordinary inquiry in a petty theft case.
That’s the Delhi High Court losing its temper with the Delhi police’s handling of an inquiry into the media leak of a Jamia Millia Islamia student’s alleged confessional statement. Iqbal Tanha had argued that the police had timed the release of this “false information purportedly from the police file” to jeopardise his chances of getting bail. Tanha is one of the many accused of inciting the Delhi violence in February 2020.
A very messy, chaotic vaccination campaign
The TLDR: While PM Modi may have gotten his Covid jab with perfect ease, most Indians—many of them senior citizens—found themselves stuck in crowded waiting rooms and long lines during the second phase of the rollout. The culprit: a badly functioning CoWin portal—and total confusion over digital registration. This is a classic case of bad planning, terrible communication and total confusion over the rules—and that’s apart from the digital glitches.
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