Market and business owners come back strong as sale rates rise, but those who ply their trade on the roads are facing a tough time
Festivals have always been a time to come together and celebrate.
50% cap flouted as people throng bus and train termini following announcement of curbs, many rural students who just returned from holidays forced to go home again
The capital area has been under the country’s strongest social distancing measures short of a lockdown since July.
The survey conducted by LocalCircles, a digital community-based platform, received more than 39,000 responses from over 20,000 citizens in 366 districts of India.
Grand Mosque in Mecca drops social distancing, worshippers pray shoulder-to-shoulder for first time since pandemic
Saudi Arabia also announced that fully-inoculated sports fans will from Sunday be allowed to attend events at all stadiums and other sports facilities, reported SPA.
The patch allows judicial officers to retain urgent cases and adjourn the not-urgent cases on cause list to prevent overcrowding of court rooms.
The government said that 20 per cent of India's adult population have received both doses of COVID-19 vaccine and 62 per cent have got at least one dose.
The study shows virus-laden particles from an infected person's talking -- without a mask -- can quickly travel to another person's breathing zone within a minute, even with a distance of two metres.
The total number of active cases and high case positivity in some districts continue to remain a matter of concern, MHA told the chief secretaries of all states and UTs.
Fueled by the highly contagious delta variant of the virus, new reported cases of COVID-19 in the US have topped 150,000 a day, the highest level since late January.
Irrespective of where they sit, the members will be considered a part of the state Assembly despite their presence in different rooms.
The bench said it is a policy decision taken by the competent authorities after examining the situation and the court cannot interfere with it.
Despite deadly second wave, Delhi remains careless with Covid restrictions as protocol fatigue kicks in
At markets, malls and in public transport, Delhiites are flouting guidelines with impunity despite the threat of a third wave looming large.