Covid didn’t slow down AP schemes: Spl Secy

Krishna said for this very reason, not only India, but governments across the globe had to depend on heavy borrowing.

published on : 29th July 2021

Covid orphans in Karnataka to get monthly aid

From March 2020 to June 2021, 33 children were orphaned due to Covid and other reasons, and 220 children are in distress after losing one of their parents to Covid.

published on : 29th July 2021

Auto sales up 23 per cent in June, but below pre-Covid levels

Passenger vehicles reportedly saw good demand as customers continued to show keenness in vehicles for observing social distancing and safety of their families.

published on : 9th July 2021

Delhi records 228 new Covid cases, 12 fatalities; positivity rate of 0.32 per cent

The fresh infections and positivity rate have seen a slight increase from the previous day's figures.

published on : 15th June 2021

Orissa High Court to function virtually from June 7, to put restrictions on outsiders' entry into campus

The arrangement has been made in view of continuing threat of Covid- 19 pandemic and extension of lockdown by the Odisha government across the state.

published on : 6th June 2021

Vaccinate one crore people every day, Congress tells Centre

Shivakumar, in his letter to the President via the Governor, said only if one crore Indians are inoculated per day will the entire country be vaccinated in the next few months.

published on : 5th June 2021

Unemployed youngsters turn to poaching to make a living

Unemp loyed due to Covid- 19, many youngsters who did menial jobs have turned to poaching of wild animals, and sell the meat in the open market to make a living.

published on : 29th May 2021

16-yr-old donates medical equipment worth Rs 37 lakh

The youngster is also planning to install a medical oxygen plant in Nuzvid.

published on : 26th May 2021

Assam inoculating half of capacity due to Covid vaccine shortage: CM Himanta Biswa Sarma

The government is hoping that the availability of the vaccine will improve from next month and there will be enough stock by July-August, Sarma said.

published on : 20th May 2021

Never imagined getting hospital bed would be so difficult: Vihari talks about own COVID-19 help team

Vihari has created a team of 100 volunteers, comprising friends and followers from across Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

published on : 14th May 2021

COVID surge: Temples to remain shut during nine-day lockdown in Kerala

The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), the apex body in the southern state which manages over 1,200 temples, on Thursday said shrines under its management would not permit devotees.

published on : 7th May 2021

Cremating bodies with PPE kits may lead to eco-disaster

“Cremation of the bodies of Covid-19 victims, wrapped in PPEs may lead to emission of dioxin and furan gases.

published on : 3rd May 2021

Uddhav defends curbs in Maharashtra; state to undertake genome sequencing amid vaccine shortage

In a televised address on the eve of the state's foundation day, he said the vaccination drive for those in the 18-44 age group will start from Saturday.

published on : 30th April 2021

Goa: Doctors threaten to strike over attacks by COVID-19 patients' kin

Doctors were attacked in two incidents that took place on April 18 and April 28 at South District Hospital in Margao and the Goa Medical College and Hospital.

published on : 29th April 2021

'Governments should run the extra mile': Naveen Patnaik urges PM Modi to allow sale of COVID-19 vaccines in open market

The Odisha CM also pointed out that a few metropolitan cities, which register the maximum number of cases, should be given priority and age criteria in these places be made flexible.

published on : 17th April 2021
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