Deep Scepticism Prevails after the Announcement of Russian Covid-19 Vaccine

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Russia claims it has the first COVID-19 vaccines, but experts are doubtful. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Tuesday the country has become the first in the world to grant regulatory approval for a coronavirus vaccine. Russia’s claim of a vaccine has drawn deep scepticism from experts, who said the country appears to be approving the … Read more

Mumbai rains: Massive flooding and destruction after heavy rain; NDRF teams deployed

Mumbai city received the highest rainfall of the season within just 12 hours on Wednesday, besides the highest-ever wind speed. Several roads and areas in south Mumbai reported water-logging and flooding. Heavy rains and high wind speed shattered Mumbai city on Wednesday. These Mumbai rains were the heaviest since 2005 and local authorities also warned … Read more

Kerala Gold Smuggling: NIA Arrests 2 More Persons and opposes bail plea of Swapna Sures

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested two more persons in connection with the Kerala gold smuggling case, taking the total number of arrested accused in the high-profile case to 12, an official said on Tuesday. Sharafudeen, 38, a resident of Malappuram in Kerala and Shafeeq, 31, from the state’s Palakkad district were arrested on … Read more

Explained: How Telemedicine is helpful during COVID‐19 Pandemic?

Telemedicine has always had the potential to improve access and reduce the costs of healthcare. It has been thrust into the spotlight in the fight against COVID-19 and is being employed in many different ways to better tackle the challenges.  The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread rapidly and overwhelm health systems around the world. To … Read more

Man given first dose as Phase-I human clinical trial of Covaxin begins at AIIMS Delhi

In a recent development, The phase-I human clinical trial of India’s first indigenously-developed vaccine against novel coronavirus, Covaxin, began at the AIIMS here on Friday with the first dose of the injection given to a man, who is in his 30s. Over 3,500 volunteers have registered themselves for the trial at AIIMS since last Saturday, … Read more

Many states reimpose “mini lockdown”, check details, regulations

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Since unlock began, In an effort to contain the spread of the virus, many states have resorted to using partial lockdown or “mini lockdown”to control the spread of the virus.  According to the latest health ministry data,The overall tally in India rose to 1,238,635 after over 45,000 fresh cases were registered within a span of … Read more

Batukeshwar Dutt: Who marched steadily with Bhagat Singh

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Many revolutionaries sacrificed their lives in the battle of independence for India. There are many such revolutionaries who sacrificed in the war, whom many people do not know, and one of these revolutionaries also has the name of Batukeshwar Dutt. Favouritism in history is by and large seen as a supply-side process. This result as … Read more

Explained: How the new Consumer Protection Act 2019 will benefit you

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While the Consumer Protection Act,1986 has been amended a few times, but it lags behind times. There was a need for new provisions in the Act to address new-age cases, such as those arising in the domain of e-commerce. The Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 will be applicable to all electronic retailers registered in India … Read more

Covid-19 India: 40,000 new cases, Over 7 lakh patients recovered so far

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Corona is making new records daily in the country. In the last 24 hours, more than 40 thousand new Covid-19 cases have been reported and 681 people have died. This is the record for the most new cases coming in a day. According to the Health Ministry, the total number of patients in the country … Read more

The Solidarity Cup 2020: All you need to know 3TCricket Rules, Teams, Score

A new and fun concept of cricket – the 3TCricket – makes its debut today in South African amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The match was originally scheduled for June 27 but was postponed because government approval of health precautions was not obtained in time. The new date marks the birthday of the late president Nelson … Read more