Wednesday, January 19, 2022

COVID-19 pandemic

Karnataka govt decides to reopen degree, diploma & engineering colleges from Nov 17

Depending on the strength, it would be decided how the classes have to be held and in how many batches, along with all necessary safety Standard Operating Procedures.

Quarantine experience reminded me of my injury days: Mumtaz Khan

"It was a new and challenging experience to be in quarantine for two weeks. It reminded me of my injury days when I had to limit my movement and was advised rest. I am happy and kind of relieved that we are finally back on the field," stated Mumtaz

COVID-19 to push 150-175 mn more people into extreme poverty: UN

Environmental sustainability and social justice must be considered prerequisites for shaping the economic recovery that countries envision.

Defender Kothajit says India shaping up for Tokyo

Kothajit said that the Indian team returned to the pitch at the right time and are moving forward with each sports activities session.

UP CM gives out compensation to flood-hit farmers

"Farmers should not face harassment of any kind at any level and the district magistrates have been given clear orders in this regard."

Borat preys on Giuliani and Trump fans in outrageous sequel

In the film, the encounter appears to leave the 76-year-old former New York mayor in a highly compromising situation, caught quite literally with his hands down his pants in the bedroom.

COVID-19: Maharashtra govt caps prices of masks

Wearing mask in public places is mandatory for all citizens as part of the government's guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus infection.

One in six children living in extreme poverty, figure set to rise during pandemic: UN

Although children make up around a third of the global population, around half of the extreme poor are children.

Indian-American teen wins USD 25,000 for work on potential COVID-19 treatment

Anika Chebrolu, an eighth grader from Frisco in Texas, won the 3M Young Scientist Challenge, regarded as the US' premier middle school science competition.

Domestic steel industry showing signs of recovery: RINL CMD

As the process of unlocking started from June onwards in a phased manner, activities in construction and various projects have picked up and the demand in the domestic steel market has surged, said P K Rath

IndiGo mulls dedicated freighter services, surge in cargo transportation

ndiGo, which has more than 250 planes in its fleet, is one of the largest customers of Airbus, especially A320 neo aircraft.

Govt hopeful BPCL strategic sale to sail through without further extensions

BPCL disinvestment has received interest from several large global oil and gas companies and a few Indian entities as well.

Soon, renew your International Driving Permit while abroad

Amendment facilitates such citizens to apply through the Indian Embassy/Mission abroad portals, and applications would then move to the VAHAN for being considered by the respective RTOs

Lecturers lose jobs in pandemic, succeed in running a hotel in Mancherial

Located near the busiest Laxmi Talkies chowrasta, the eatery titled 'Dost Adda', is swarmed by employees of private and public sectors, youngsters and visitors of the town for savoring dishes sold at affordable prices.

‘World experiencing one of the deepest recessions since Great Depression’

World Bank President David Malpass welcome countries that are keeping open their export markets, and also countries that are able to change their subsidy systems in order to allow more food availability.

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