Health ministry data released Friday showed there were 414,188 new cases over a 24-hour period, where at least 3,915 people succumbed to the disease.
U.S. stock futures were mixed one day after strong earnings and economic optimism pushed the Dow to a record closing high.
India's Supreme Court ordered the central government to present a comprehensive plan by Thursday outlining steps to meet medical oxygen requirements for Delhi.
Nearly 7 million cases were reported for April, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
Despite the defeat, Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) made substantial gains, making it the main opposition party in West Bengal.
At least 3,498 people died over a 24-hour period, but recent reports have suggested that India's death toll is being underreported.
Government data showed at least another 3,293 people died, while overall cases also rose by a record 360,960 reported infections.
In April, alone, India reported more than 5 million new cases, sending the country's health care system to the brink.
Internet giants like Facebook, Amazon and Google — collectively known as Big Tech — have accrued billions of users on their digital platforms globally.
Since the beginning of April, India has reported more than 1.9 million new cases and over 10,600 deaths, per CNBC's calculations of health ministry data.
New Delhi wrote to Twitter on Feb. 4 asking it to remove the accounts, which it said were backed by Pakistan or operated by sympathizers of Sikh separatists.
U.S. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris start their four-year term in the White House on Jan. 20.
India launched on Saturday what the government has described as the "world's largest vaccination programme," and aims to vaccinate around 300 million people.
The country is home to the world's largest vaccine makers and has one of the biggest immunization programs. But there is no playbook for the enormity of the challenge.
Tesla Motors India and Energy Private Limited was incorporated on Jan. 8 with its registered office in the southern city of Bengaluru.
They are protesting three new laws on agricultural reform that they say will drive down crop prices and devastate their earnings.
Tens of thousands of farmers, mostly from northern states like Punjab and Haryana, have taken to the streets in protest against farm reforms.
Growers have been demonstrating against laws they fear could pave the way for the government to stop buying grain at guaranteed prices.
India was part of the early negotiations for RCEP but said last year it would not join the world's largest trading bloc.
Strengthening U.S. relations with India will likely remain a focus for the Biden administration, experts told CNBC.