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    Coronavirus in Maharashtra: State health minister announces Rs 50 lakh cover for journalists

    Mumbai: Now journalists and media personnel, if they become victims of the coronavirus pandemic, will be covered under the Maharashtra Government's Rs 50 lakh accident cover. This was announced by Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope on Thursday. Already, police, doctors, nurses, home guards and Anganwadi workers are included in the insurance cover as...

    • 17 min ago
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    Data Science Congress 2020 virtual featuring world leaders in AI on June 6 and 7

    Aegis School of Data Science is organizing the third edition of the Data Science Congress (DSC) which will be a virtual event on June 6 and June 7, 2020.DSC 2020 is a confluence of artificial intelligence, data science, analytics, big data, machine learning, Internet of Things, cognitive, and cyber security.

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    30 Indians airlifted under Vande Bharat Mission tested COVID-19 positive: Air India tells Bombay HC

    The Air India on Thursday told the Bombay High Court that only 0.03 per cent of the nearly 1000 brought back to the country, under the Vande Bharat Mission, have tested positive. It has further told the HC that there is no proof that these 30 Indians stranded overseas have tested positive, due to the airline or the airport authority.

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    Guiding Light: Understanding is not equal to Agreement

    Swami Brahmavidananda SaraswatiWe hear a lot of talk of polarization in both, social media and mainstream media. One group is generally blamed for the polarization and the wars of words continue. It is true that when one group tries to change the status quo for reasons of their own there will always be a push back or reaction from those who have profited from the system and who are afraid of...

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    Unrest eases in US as four Minneapolis cops are now charged

    Demonstrations in cities across the US to condemn racism and police abuses remained large but turned notably more subdued on the eve of a Thursday memorial service for George Floyd that kicks off a series of events to mourn the man whose death empowered a national movement.The calmer protests came on the same day that prosecutors charged three more police officers and filed a new,...

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    Doubts about the right time to commence playing

    International cricket is scheduled to restart in July when West Indies tour England for Test and limited overs fixtures. In the same month, England will host Pakistan too similarly. This is terrific news for all stakeholders of the sport, which has been in limbo since the global lockdown because of COVID-19. England, and in fact the entire cricket world, would be mighty relieved that the West...

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    Cyclone Nisarga: Snakes, turtle rescued in Mumbai

    Animal rescuers come to the help of seven non-venomous snakes and an abandoned companion turtle during cyclone Nisarga in the city.Though the city largely escaped damage due to the cyclone and it affected Raigad and other coastal parts of the state, the city experienced consistent rains, which brought snakes out of rat holes and down from trees whether they lived.

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    Nama Sangamam: A song for the well-being of the world

    A group of 24 musicians from South India have come together for a unique initiative: These 24 artistes have come up with a song for the well-being of the world. The song, Kshemam Kuru Gopala, is a 17th century composition by legendary saint-poet Narayana Theerthar.Speaking about the 10-minute rendition, titled Nama Sangamam, which is an initiative of Nama 2020 and the brain-child of Carnatic...

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    Covid-19 lockdowns worsen childhood obesity globally: Study

    New York: Lockdowns implemented across the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic have negatively impacted diet, sleep and physical activity among children with obesity, warn researchers."The tragic Covid-19 pandemic has collateral effects extending beyond direct viral infection," said study co-author Myles Faith from the University at Buffalo in the US. "Children and teens...

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    Yuva Sena appeals to cancel Class 10 ICSE board exams

    In order to ensure safety of students, the Yuva Sena has written a letter to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) on June 3 to cancel pending Class 10 (ICSE) board exams scheduled to be conducted from July 2 to 12.The letter states, "Students can be evaluated on the basis of subjects for which exams have been already conducted or on school level prelim exams...

    • 2 hrs ago

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