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    #GoBackModi Trends Online In Poll-Bound Bihar

    Patna: On a day Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his first campaign rally for the Bihar Assembly elections due from next week, #GoBackModi started trending online on Friday. Let us break it down for you as to why an outrage against the PM is building up during the Bihar elections. Migrants' Distress During the initial stage of coronavirus in the country, migrants had to undergo both...

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    COVID-19 Impact: Assam Govt Employee Makes Durga Idol From Expired Medicines, Vials

    Dhubri: A 37-year-old Assam government employee has created a Durga idol here with strips of expired tablets, capsules and injection vials. Sanjib Basak, an employee of Dhubri district administration, wanted to make a difference with his creation during the COVID crisis, The New Indian Express (TNIE) reported quoting PTI. "During lockdown, I had observed...

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    Babu Patti, Amitabh's Ancestral Village On Cleaning Spree Ahead Of His Visit

    Uttar Pradesh: Babu Patti, a village in Pratapgarh district of Uttar Pradesh is on a cleaning spree ahead of Amitabh Bachchan's visit. Babu Patti in UP is Big B's ancestral village. In a recent episode of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati', Big B revealed that he is planning to visit his ancestral village with his family soon. According to an IANS report,...

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    Covaxin To Have At Least 60% Efficacy, Says Bharat Biotech

    New Delhi: Covaxin, India's first indigenous COVID-19 vaccine candidate, developed by Bharat Biotech is expected to have at least 60 per cent effectiveness, Hindustan Times (HT) reported. The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) on Thursday permitted the company to conduct a phase 3 clinical trial to establish Covaxin's efficacy, the interim results of which are likely to...

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    COVID-19 Times: The Idle Idol Makers Of Bhubaneswar

    Bhubaneswar: This is the only trade I know; I have mastered it from generations. I have gone through hard times before too, but never did I dream that one day people will not be allowed to celebrate festivals. This year I am not even thinking of income, just managing to alive will be enough," lamented Dholo Behera, a well-known artisan of the Old Town of Bhubaneswar. The COVID-19...

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    COVID-19: Post-Recovery Symptoms Including Heart Issues In 50 Per Cent Patients, Say Findings

    Bengaluru: Getting infected with COVID and then testing negative for it is not the end of the story. Recent findings show that over half of people who contract COVID-19, even those with mild infections, suffer from a range of conditions for months after they recover. "Breathlessness, chest pain and heart issues, joint pain, vision problems, memory...

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    Legendary Cricketer Kapil Dev Admitted To Delhi Hospital Due To 'Heart Issues'

    New Delhi: Cricket legend Kapil Dev has been admitted to a Delhi hospital due to heart issues. More details on his condition are being awaited.

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    Data Protection Bill: Amazon To Skip Parliamentary Panel Meet; Facebook Executives Grilled For 2 Hours

    New Delhi: E-commerce giant Amazon has declined to appear before the joint parliamentary committee, canvassing the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019, which amounts to "breach of privilege of parliament", sources told NDTV. If Amazon fails to appear before the panel on October 28, "coercive action will be initiated". Amazon...

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    NTPC Allowed To Use Drones For Research And Inspection Of Thermal Power Projects

    New Delhi: National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) can now use drones for research and inspection. Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) have granted conditional exemption to National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) to use drones for research and inspection for the deployment of Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS)...

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    Kapil Dev Admitted To Delhi Hospital Over Heart Issues, Stable

    New Delhi: Cricket legend Kapil Dev who suffered a minor heart minor attack earlier in the day is stable after undergoing angioplasty in a Delhi hospital The World Cup captain is at the Fortis Escorts Heart Institute in the capital and is under the treatment of Dr Atul Mathur, Director of the cardiology department, agencies reported. The hospital issued a statement saying the former...

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