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Biden seeks China’s covid probe report in 90 days; Endgame for Xi’s lies?

China highlighted the "dark history" of the US intelligence community, as President Joe Biden ordered to scrutinise the Covid-19 origins on Wednesday as the lab-leak theory repeats. President Biden demanded US intelligence agencies to report to him within 90 days with....Read More

Amid showdown over WhatsApp Data Policy, double standard over privacy policy exposed

As WhatsApp filed a legal complaint against the new IT rules, “The obligations in the intermediary guidelines in relation to the first originator of the information are the examples of such a reasonable restriction,” responded the government. As the government assured....Read More

Sri Lanka passes controversial Bill on Chinese port city, Should India be worried?

As China’s influence grows in Sri Lanka, the Lankan parliament on Thursday passed a law introducing a powerful economic commission to regulate enormously Chinese luxury oceanside development after hampering the elements of the bill for Chinese-built port in the city....Read More

Black fungus rise in various states; Union health ministry list out DOs and DON’Ts

Patients with high blood sugar level should be on alert, experts warned declaring that the black fungus infection can happen without Covid which has caused a sharp rise of the cases of mucormycosis. The disease is being detected among patients....Read More

#BBCgate rocks world press: Panaroma man ‘tricked’ Diana

Martin Bashir, a former BBC chief resigned as chair of Britain’s National Gallery on Saturday after being criticised for his inadequate interview with Princess Diana with deception. Journalist Bashir tricked Diana into giving a 1995 BBC television interview in which she....Read More

‘Dialogue, Stop Destruction’: As Israel-Palestine call truce; India makes its stand clear at UNGA

Ending a devastating war, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office on Thursday informed that the Israeli security cabinet has approved the ceasefire with Hamas in the Gaza Strip yesterday after 11 days of bloodshed and intense fighting. A ‘mutual and simultaneous'....Read More

Ahmednagar model village: How Hiwre Bazar became Covid free

Gram panchayat elections to be conducted for the first time in three decades in a model village Hiwre Bazar of Ahmednagar district on January 15. This drought prone village by its efforts on rural transformation and water harvest, has received the....Read More

WHO-China conflicting analysis: Time to expose China’s lies about Covid numbers

The World Health Organization (WHO) in China conducted an unreleased, “strictly confidential” COVID-19 epidemiological analysis in January 2020. This was revealed by an email received by Judicial Watch and the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) of 301 pages and other records....Read More

Fashion was never plan B for me: Ranna Gill

An alumni of the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, Ranna Gill launched her label ‘Ranna Gill’ two decades ago. Over the years, she has carved a space of her own in the Indian fashion Industry. Ranna recently....Read More

Karnataka becomes 1st state to announce relief package of 1,250 Cr; Time for 2021 stimulus of other states?

Chief Minister B. S. Yediyurappa on account of COVID-19 announced an economic package of ₹1,610-crore on Wednesday. This is to give relief and help affected people in various sectors including flower farmers, weavers, auto and taxi drivers, and industries who....Read More

Vaccine cocktail: Mixing Pfizer and Astra triggered reactions; can two jabs mix and match fight covid?

As many low- and middle-income nations try to figure out how to cope with vaccine scarcity, researchers and public health officials are examining strategies such as blending two different shots of Pfizer and AstraZeneca. UK study has found the first....Read More

As India gears up with Sputnik, experts questions efficacy data

The Indian partner of Russian Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) announced that it has commenced Sputnik V’s rollout for India with the first dose being regulated in Hyderabad. Additionally, group of international experts has hoisted their serious questions....Read More

South Worst Hit: Karnataka records slight dip in cases; Is it lockdown success?

The Health Department on Sunday said, Karnataka has recorded 31,531 new cases of COVID-19 and 403 fatalities, taking the total number of infections to 22,03,462 and deaths to 21,837 so far.  Karnataka districts of which five recorded more than 40%....Read More

Delhi’s Covid peak over; How & what to re-open, time for an ‘auto action plan’

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said, “We have already seen cases peak in Delhi”, with the growing consensus that the peak of this deadly and disastrous wave in Delhi could be over. The Delhi government has taken a number of steps....Read More

India’s vaccine shortage continues; States halt vaccinations

Amid ongoing vaccination drive, many states are facing vaccine shortage, this has created chaos, confusion and mismanagement across the country with citizens tussling for vaccines. People are unable to book slots for vaccines and are being turned away from the....Read More

Tracking oxygen supply: Goa, Southern states report shortage; Geography of supply a reason?

In this acute crisis of pandemic the medical oxygen shortage has become very common. Unfortunately, it is the impact of the geographical separation between the substantial bulk of plants producing oxygen and those in need. “Knowing the occupancy of beds in....Read More

Covid cases in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu on rise: States battle shortage of beds, oxygen

Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, being the two worst-affected states of Covid-19 in South India, have now announced complete lockdown. The lockdown in the states has started from 10 May 2021 and will be continuing for the next two weeks, till....Read More

India & Japan reel under Covid crisis: How’ll Quad nail Xi & Co?

As more infectious variants of Covid hits hard with a spike, increasing number of deaths in Japan is handicapping the hospital resources. As 96% of the critical beds are occupied the hospitals are at the verge of collapse. Yasutoshi Kido, a....Read More

Amid shortage India’s vaccination drive rolling out across states; are we prepared for 3rd wave?

  Government instructed the states to reach out to the Pune-based company in order to negotiate contracts to secure the doses of Covishield to be availed for the local demands. The doses of 50 lakh are to be vaccinated to....Read More