By: Manmeesh Kaur
Meanwhile, Tanmay's grandmother Shobha Fadnavis, herself a BJP leader and former MLA, defended him asking local channels, "Is it a sin to get the vaccine? Thousands are dying without it." [...]
By: Sashwata Saha
Meanwhile, the Indian government's panel of experts, which was set up last year to understand why its press freedom ranking is so low, has blamed "western bias" as the reason. [...]
Other than Hong Kong, countries like New Zealand, Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia have also banned flights from India. [...]
By: Aashruti Vohra
The sudden spike in COVID-19 infections has left the country struggling to keep up with its oxygen demand.
According to media reports, the former Russian Opposition leader has been transferred to a prison hospital as concerns have grown among supporters that the opposition leader is dangerously ill and could die "at any minute". [...]
Last year, The World Bank had estimated that the magnitude of India's internal migration was about two-and-a-half times that of international migration. Within India, 40 million internal migrant workers, engaged in the informal economy, were severely impacted by the government? COVID-19 lockdown. [...]
With the sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country, the demand for oxygen around the country is also reaching unprecedented peaks. Metropolises in particular where the pandemic has wreaked the most havoc are facing an acute shortage in supply. [...]
The 2021 assembly elections fever is locked in a battle for the primetime spotlight with COVID-19. [...]
Mask Up India: The Lancet Study Shows that Virus is Airborne, Double Masking, N95 and KN95 Masks Recommended for Public
By: Sashwata Saha
The virus stayed infectious in the air for up to three hours in the case of the laboratory experiments, considered by The Lancet's study. [...]
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