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    Mumbai records lowest coronavirus cases this month

    Mumbai on Tuesday reported 1,090 new coronavirus cases taking the tally of cases to 2,44,262, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation ... Mumbai on Tuesday reported 1,090 new coronavirus cases taking the tally of cases to 2,44,262, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. The death toll in the city due to COVID-19 reached 9,821 with 45 fresh fatalities. Mumbai has 18,444 active...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    China agrees to offer experimental COVID-19 vaccine to residents for $60

    Residents of Shaoxing city in China's Zhejiang province can voluntarily take shots of a COVID-19 vaccine that is still ... Residents of Shaoxing city in China's Zhejiang province can voluntarily take shots of a COVID-19 vaccine that is still under the final phase of trials. The dose of experimental vaccine would be provided at a cost 400 yuan, or roughly $60. The...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    America Is So Stressed Out, It's Time For More Than Coping Skills

    Unexpected mood swings. Quick to anger. Screaming at a loved one. If you've had any of these experiences lately, you're far from alone. In August, when the American Psychological Association surveyed 3,409 adults about their stress, half of the respondents reported that it had negatively affected their behavior. The results of the annual, nationally representative poll...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    COVID-19 update: With 54,044 cases, tally at 76.5 Lakh

    India's coronavirus tally touched 76.5 lakh with 54,044 fresh Covid-19 cases being recorded in the last 24 hour. Data by the Union health ministry also revealed that the country recorded 717 deaths in the same period, taking the total number of deaths to 1,15,914 so far. The country had recorded less than 50,000 new Covid cases in a day on Tuesday for the first time since July end. With...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Andhra Pradesh Government Plans To Acquire More Vidya Kanuka Kits

    With the pandemic affecting the functioning of schools, the usual routine of students has been disrupted. At the same time, nearly 2.5 lakh students shifted from private to government schools. This has been taken seen as a good sign by the state government. However, this situation has raised questions about how the government is planning to extend the facilities provided to the...

    • 24 hrs ago
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    Yes, We Can End Poverty. Forever.

    NOTE FOR 2020 READERS: This is the 13th in an award-winning series of open letters to the next century, now just one generation away. Babies born in more than 40 countries this year are expected to live to 2100 and beyond. These letters examine what the world could look like then - and how we can make the best scenario happen. Dear 22nd Century, Do you like to time travel as much as I do? If you're...

    • yesterday
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    India Has One Of The Highest Recovery Rates Due To Flexible Lockdown: PM Modi

    India has 88 per cent recovery rate, one of the highest in the world because of the flexible lockdown approach, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said. The PM's statement came while he was addressing the inaugural function of the 16th Grand Challenges Annual Meeting 2020. "India has one of the highest recovery rates, 88 per cent. This happened because...

    • yesterday
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    India's daily spike dips under 50K, 1st time since July

    India on Tuesday recorded 46,790 new coronavirus cases, which was less than what it registered on July 28 when for two consecutive days the fresh cases were 47,703 and 48,513, before going all the way up steadily to 97,894 on September 17. India on Tuesday recorded 46,790 new coronavirus cases, which was less than what it registered on July 28 when for two consecutive days the fresh cases...

    • yesterday
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    West Bengal Govt Launches Campaign To Curb Elephant Deaths Due To Electrocution

    To keep a check on the declining numbers of elephants in the state, the West Bengal government on Saturday, October 17, launched a campaign to prevent deaths from electrocution. The campaign was launched in areas adjoining elephant habitats in the northern part of the state. It covered villages and tea gardens of Alipurduar, Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling districts where...

    • yesterday
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    COVID-19 update: India sees 46,790 new cases; tally nears 7.6 million

    With 46,790 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours as India's infection tally went up to 7,597,063, according to the Union health ministry on Tuesday. The number of COVID-19 related deaths reported in the same window was 587. The number of Covid-19 cases and death have been relatively low for two days now -- there were 55,722 infections and 579 fatalities on Monday, the...

    • yesterday

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