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    'Overall COVID-19 situation stabilizing, Cases Dipping Faster Than First Wave': Centre

    The Centre on Saturday said that the rate of the present decline of COVID-19 cases is faster than was the case in the first wave, and the entire COVID-19 crisis is stabilizing. The health ministry declared that the number of active cases in the country has reduced and the tally of recovered patients has notched up significantly. Friday reported a total of...

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    Singapore PM's Condemnation Of Racist Attack On Indian-Origin Woman, Wins Praise

    Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong set an example by condemning a racist attack on a 55-year-old Indian woman recently. The police are investigating the case wherein the local woman was allegedly kicked and abused for not wearing the mask. Lee took to social media to denounce this act in a Facebook post and noted that people may be stressed and anxious due to...

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    'Modiji Why Did You Send Our Children's Vaccine Abroad?': 25 Arrested In Delhi Over Anti-PM Posters

    The Delhi police arrested at least 25 people for allegedly pasting posters that criticised the Narendra Modi-led central government's decision to send vaccines abroad without securing the domestic population. The Delhi police started arresting people from May 12 over posters that read: "Modi Ji hamare bachon ki vaccine Videsh Kyon bhej...

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    Vaccine Dialer Tune Is Irritating: Delhi HC

    The Delhi High Court on May 13 expressed its displeasure over the caller tune public service message put in place by the Centre asking people to get vaccinated. The court labeled it "irritating" and questioned its purpose at a time when states are reportedly running short on vaccines, reported Hindustan Times. "You have been playing that one irritating message on the phone whenever one...

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    Odisha: Newborn Beats COVID-19 After 10 Days On Ventilator

    An infant who tested positive for COVID within two weeks of being born has successfully beaten the virus. The child was put on ventilator support at a hospital in Odisha's Bhubaneswar when she was barely a month old, reported The Times Of India. The baby was born at a hospital in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, on March 22. The baby's father said that within days, the newborn developed...

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    Recoveries Exceeds New COVID-19 Cases For Fourth Day, PM Modi Chairs Meeting On Containment Strategies

    India's COVID-19 recoveries have outnumbered the daily fresh cases for the fourth consecutive day, on Saturday, May 15, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. With 3,44,776 recoveries in the last 24 hours, it has surpassed the new coronavirus cases which stood at 3,43,144, as reported by NDTV. The country's total...

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    Delhi: 5-Month-Old Succumbs To COVID After Spending Last Six Days On Ventilator

    Prahlad, a resident of Delhi, bid adieu to his infant daughter Pari, merely after 150 days of her birth. She had spent the last six days fighting the deadly COVID-19 virus after she tested positive. The grief-stricken father told NDTV, "She was under treatment at the GTB Hospital... She must have been in so much pain but could not express it to us. The virus...

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    'Turning India Into $5 Trillion Economy Was Never Feasible': Top Economist

    At a time when India has been reporting over 3 lakh coronavirus cases and a rise in deaths daily due to it, the country might be heading towards a 'serious livelihood crisis'. Economist Jean Dreze has said that the working class is going to be hit the hardest amid the COVID-triggered financial crisis and restrictions imposed by the states. He said that the fear...

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    While Developed Countries Procure Enough Vaccines, India Deals With COVID Crisis

    As the world fights Covid-19, developed countries have the resources to obtain more vaccines than developing countries. In India, the struggle for procuring oxygen still continues and many parts of the country still lack adequate healthcare facilities to treat COVID infected patients. By August 2020, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union...

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    Pune Police Books 54 For 'Objectionable' Posts Against PM Modi, Fadnavis

    The Pune City Police arrested at least 54 people for allegedly posting derogatory material about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on social media on Tuesday. The action was taken in response to a complaint filed on May 10 by Pradeep Gawade, a BJP activist and advocate. "We will be naming the 54 persons as accused in...

    • 2 days ago

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