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AIIMS approves two vaccines for use in India by January

Coronavirus vaccines are ready to be used by January 2021, as two vaccine candidates have advanced to the phase 3 trials that are planned to be used in emergency situations.

Urban transportation in India may see changes in aftermath of COVID-19

In India, like in so many other parts of the world, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has struck a massive blow to urban transportation. Therefore on...

To avoid Covid complications, NGT banned firecrackers in NCR from midnight

With a host of festivities including Diwali, Kali Puja, and Chhat Puja around the corner several states and UT governments have decided to impose...

Way to go for innovations in food due to COVID

A study conducted by the Pennington Biomedical Research Centre in the United States found that obesity, anxiety and leisure activities have increased drastically in the lockdown period.

Tourism to be India’s next growth Leverage: Reports

The World Travel and Tourism Council shows that the growth of the global economy was only 2.5% while the tourism sector increased by 3.5% in 2019. India contributes to 17% of the tourism sector and is preferred by most people as a vacation spot.

Stuck in Thailand, Chahat swims to glory

Stuck in Thailand since March, as a result of the lockdown, proved to be a blessing to local swimmer Chahat Arora, from Chandigarh, who won the 100 m breaststroke event today at the Arena Thailand Swimming Championship.

Masks do not stop Covid-19 only reduces cough volume

Amidst the growing pandemic, wearing masks in public places is one among many precautionary guidelines of COVID-19 implemented by the government. These are important for the protection from the Coronavirus, however, in a recent study issued in the International Journal of Multiphase Flow, a science journal, revealed that masks cannot avoid the suspension of the contagious cough drops in the air for a long time.

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 the national...

Indian Capital Launches Anti Pollution Campaign to Curb Air Pollution

Delhi is the world's most polluted cities, by seeing the air quality index government has decided to start an initiative of an Anti-pollution campaign...