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First time in 167 years, railways not ferrying passengers on its birthday

The Indian Railways turned 167 years old on Thursday and for the first time ever, its trains did not carry any passengers on its...

COVID-19: Delhi govt plans to conduct tests on people engaged in delivering essential services

The Delhi government has decided to conduct tests for COVID-19 on people engaged in delivering essential services like delivery of food, milk and other...

What Would Have Been The Condition Of The Country If There Would Have Not Been Any Lockdown In India?

Coronavirus, the virus which originated from China has now its grip over more than 200 countries in the world. The virus was first identified...

From Slowdown To Lockdown, How India & Indians Are Facing Issues One After Another.

India has seen an economic slowdown in 2019, with the country's real estate, automobile, construction sectors and overall consumption demand facing a serious and...

Can’t evacuate Indians from overseas: Centre tells HC

The Centre has informed the Madras High Court that it was not possible for it to organise any evacuation of Indian nationals from any...

Coronavirus brings Kannada film industry to its knees

The lockdown in the wake ofthe coronavirus pandemic has turned out to be a deeply painful story for the Kannada film industry. Schedules have gone...

Asian markets down on virus impact fears

Asian markets fell in early trade on Thursday following overnight woes on Wall Street as more negative US economic data fuelled worries about the...

WHO, allies lament Trump cut to US funding as virus rages

The head of the World Health Organization on Wednesday lamented the US decision to halt funding for the UN agency, promising a review of...

WHO welcomes joint efforts with India to fight COVID-19

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has welcomed the world health body's cooperation with India to leverage strategies that helped the country win its war...

1,578 COVID-19 cases in Delhi; govt to use plasma enrichment technique to treat severe cases

The Delhi government on Wednesday decided to use the plasma enrichment technique to treat severely-ill coronavirus patients on a trial basis as the total...
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