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78% of parents not ready to send kids till Covid-19 is over

The central government had permitted the reopening of schools from October 15 but the decision rests with the state government. They have to decide depending on the status of Coronavirus pandemic in their area.

Govt considering scrapping plasma therapy as Covid treatment option

The government is diligently discussing whether plasma therapy should be pulled out from the list of treatment alternatives for Covid-19 patients under...

Indian army returns the Chinese soldier caught in Ladakh

The Chinese soldier caught, by the Indian Army was returned to the People’s Liberation Army on the morning of October 21. On Sunday, a soldier from the Chinese People’s Liberation Army had lost its way and was found by the Indian army in the eastern side of Ladakh.

Pakistan Re-elected to UN Human Rights Council; China Sees Drastic Drop Standing

Pakistan and Nepal have been re-elected to the UN Human Rights Council, while China has gained a small seat, indicating a steep decline in standing.

CBI investigates, seized Sea cucumbers worth Rs 20lakh: Lakshadweep

The illegal sea cucumber trade continues in Lakshadweep, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has taken over the investigation along with team...

Elon Musk indicates entry of Tesla in India

CEO Elon Musk of electric car manufacturer Tesla Inc confirmed, on Friday the company's entry into India in 2021.He twitted "Next year...

Estee Lauder serum will leave earth today for a commercial shoot in space

American Company Estee Lauder is the multinational beauty manufacturer behind some of this planet’s best-loved skincare and makeup products, is now sending...

Greta Thunberg and youth Protests, resumes strikes for climate crisis

2020 seems to be the year that our ancestors warned us about, as this year biggest natural, human and man-made disasters occurred...

Zimbabwe bans mining in national parks to protect the wildlife

Zimbabwe's Government has banned mining in its national parks. It was in response to the protests that took place after the Chinese...

Challenges and headway for Pakistan Education System amid Pandemic

By: Archita Srivastava The Covid-19 pandemic has affected lives and institutions around the world. From global disruptions in production...

Volvo’s ‘Lifesaver’ an initiative to save lives

Volvo is an automobile company who has hired Ogilvy PR Worldwide to handle a corporate branding campaign across four countries. Volvo has...

Russia is ready with ‘Sputnik V’ world’s first COVID vaccine. President’s daughter gets the first shot

On Tuesday, President Vladimir Putin said that Russia had become the world's first country to officially register a COVID-19 vaccine and declare...

78% of parents not ready to send kids till Covid-19 is over

The central government had permitted the reopening of schools from October 15 but the decision rests with the state government. They have to decide depending on the status of Coronavirus pandemic in their area.

Govt considering scrapping plasma therapy as Covid treatment option

The government is diligently discussing whether plasma therapy should be pulled out from the list of treatment alternatives for Covid-19 patients under...

Indian army returns the Chinese soldier caught in Ladakh

The Chinese soldier caught, by the Indian Army was returned to the People’s Liberation Army on the morning of October 21. On Sunday, a soldier from the Chinese People’s Liberation Army had lost its way and was found by the Indian army in the eastern side of Ladakh.

Lakme Fashion Week 2020 prepares for the first digital version

Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the Lakme fashion week is prepared for the first digital edition walk. The restrictions on the budget and travel have led to a reduction in sales, people are finding it difficulties in going back to the normal routine.

Student who topped ST category declared failed; NTA revises marks

On 16 October, NEET 2020 results were announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on its official website. In a crucial mistake,...