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    Chennai YouTuber 'Toxic Madan' Accused Of Abusing Women Online, Absconding

    A famous YouTuber from Chennai, Madhan Kumar Manickam, has been accused of having used obscene language in his online gaming videos and passing objectionable remarks against children and women. The matter came to light after two people filed complaints against him with the Pulianthope Cyber Crime in North Chennai. The YouTuber has been on the run ever since complaints...

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    IIT Mandi Research Shows How Excess Sugar Intake Causes Fatty Liver Disease

    A team of Indian Institute of Technology-Mandi researchers has unfolded the molecular mechanism by which excess sugar consumption causes fatty liver disease. The team has used a complementary experimental approach together with mice models, for establishing the biochemical relationship between consuming excessive sugar and forming of fatty liver, clinically known as...

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    Good News! Remote Village In Chhattisgarh Completes 100% First Dose Vaccination

    Renganar, a village in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, has set an example by vaccinating all eligible people against COVID-19. It has become the first village in the state to administer the first dose of the COVID vaccine to all adults above the age of 18, state officials said on Wednesday, June 16. Located 420 km away from Raipur, Renganar is a small...

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    Know About Term Insurance Premium Payment Methods Before Buying One

    The common belief that there is no need for financial planning in the early stage of life is fictitious.To be financially prepared for contingencies, it is advisable to begin investing once you start earning a reasonable amount of money. Though you might think investing is needless currently, but do remember that you cannot sense the uncertainties and mishappenings in advance....

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    Pregnant Women, New Moms 'Severely Affected' During Second COVID Wave: Study

    A study undertaken by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has revealed that pregnant and postpartum women are among the 'severely' affected during the second COVID-19 wave in India compared to the first. Case fatality rates (CFR) and symptomatic cases have been notably higher during the second phase of the pandemic (February 1, 2021 to May 14) when...

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    Kerala Nun Protesting Against Rape Accused Bishop Asked To Vacate Convent

    Sister Lucy Kalappura, the nun who was dismissed from the Franciscan Clarist Congregation (FCC) in 2019 and who joined the protest against rape-accused bishop Franko Mulakkal, has refused to follow the eviction order until an Indian court hears her petition. On June 13, Kalappura was asked to vacate the convent at Karakkamal in Wayanad's Mananthavady after the Vatican...

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    COVID Brings Tsunami Of Problems For Himalayan Villages

    India's remotest regions, especially in the Himalayas, are experiences the worsening impact of COVID, thanks to the lack of medical infrastructure. A report by The Guardian highlighted the story of one such individual affected by it. Phalguni Devi (51) was suffering from fever after getting the first dose of vaccination but could not get any medical support due to a lack of medical...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Didn't Back Doubling Of Covishield Gap, Say Scientists; Government Denies

    The Centre doubled the gap between the two doses of the AstraZeneca (Covishield) vaccine without the agreement of National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation, three members of the advisory body told Reuters on Tuesday, June 15. On May 13, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare announced that the gap between the two vaccine doses would be increased from 6-8 weeks...

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    Kerala: Cleaning Drive To Revive Pond In Palakkad Village

    Can a village pond, which was once used for daily activities - bathing, fishing, washing, irrigation - be a matter of oblivion for its community for over a decade? For the people of Pallassena in the Palakkad district of Kerala, it has been. The recurrent sightings of poisonous snakes clubbed with the contamination of water by people bathing cattle in summers forced them to forsake their...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    Madhya Pradesh: Dalit Man, Son Beaten Up For Opposing Dumping Of Garbage Near Their House

    A Dalit man and his son were allegedly beaten up, abused and threatened in Madhya Pradesh's Sehore district for keeping bricks near the area which used to dump the garbage. The district police have booked six identified as Narayan Singh Sendhav, Rajendra Singh and Vijendra Singh, Bhairusingh Sendhav, Lokendra Sendhav and Manohar Sendhav. The accused...

    • 19 hrs ago

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