From Vikas Dubey encounter to fate of final year college and university exams; here are top 5 stories of the week

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As you keep scrolling through various digital platforms in your daily schedules like Facebook, Google, or Instagram, you often miss some of the important news of the week. Hence, we present to you the top stories of the week — In Case You Missed It, a recap of the top 5 stories.

UP gangster Vikas Dubey killed in ‘encounter’; Here’s what happened

Uttar Pradesh Gangster Vikas Dubey, the main accused of Kanpur shooting case, was killed in an encounter while a police vehicle carrying him from Ujjain to Kanpur met with an accident and Dubey tried to escape. He was arrested on Thursday from Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. To read more, click here.

Coronavirus: WHO confirms “emerging evidence” of airborne transmission

While everyone is concerned about Coronavirus airborne transmission, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed that there is an “emerging evidence” of airborne transmission of the contagion disease. To read more, click here.

Indian Army asks personnel to delete 89 apps, including Facebook, Instagram and TrueCaller

Days after the government of India banned 59 Chinese apps, the Indian Army asked its personnel to delete 89 apps from their mobile phones by July 15 including Facebook, TikTok, Truecaller, and Instagram to plug leakage of information. To read more, click here.

Indian Army asks Personnel to Delete 89 apps Including Facebook, Instagram, TrueCaller

CBSE reduces syllabus by 30 percent for classes 9 to 12

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday reduced the syllabus for classes 9 to 12 by 30 percent this year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.To read more, click here.

Also Read | Punjab government cancels pending examinations of class 12

Treasury is never empty, it’s ‘will of Punjab Government’ which is blank: Sukhbir Singh Badal

Shiromani Akali Dal President Sukhbir Singh Badal staged a protest against the Congress government over various burning issues of the State, including the school fees and hike in petrol and diesel prices. To read more, click here.

-PTC News