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India reports 50,040 new COVID cases, 1,258 deaths; recovery rate rises to 96.75 per cent

India recorded 50,040 new cases of the novel coronavirus, along with 1,258 deaths due to the infection in the past 24 hours. According to the data shared by the Union Health Ministry, the country saw a total of 57,944 discharges in the last 24 hours, taking the total recovery to 2,92,51,029. The total cases of …

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Maharshtra carries out over 3 cr vaccination

Aurangabad/Mumbai, Maharashtra state has recorded the highest 7,26,588 Covid vaccination in a single day evening, Dr Pradip Vyas, Additional Chief Secretary, health department said. With this, the total number of vaccination carried out in the state so far has gone up to 3,09,79,460. Maharashtra has been at the forefront of vaccination in the country.Chief Minister …

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Twitter denies IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad access to his own account for almost an hour

New Delhi, Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said Twitter denied him access to his account for almost an hour on the alleged ground that there was a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of the USA and subsequently they allowed him to access the account. In a series of tweets, the Union …

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Emergency a ‘dark chapter’ in history of Indian democracy: Rajnath Singh

New Delhi, Terming the Emergency imposed in the country in 1975 a ‘dark’ chapter in the history of Indian democracy, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said that period is still fresh in people’s memories. In a tweet in Hindi, the Defence Minister said, ‘Emergency is known as a ‘dark chapter’ in the history of Indian democracy. …

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Dabur Red Paste says No to Paper Cartons; Supports Eco-Friendly Packaging

Kolkata, Taking a leap forward on the path to Environment Sustainability, India’s leading Science-based Ayurveda major Dabur India Ltd is now moving towards removing outer paper cartons from its flagship Ayurvedic toothpaste brand Dabur Red Paste. Dabur India Ltd announced the launch of its pilot initiative to remove paper cartons from Dabur Red Paste. The …

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Hemant Soren once again receives threats on e-mail, police probe on

Ranchi, Once again a threatening e-mail has been sent to Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren.Official sources on Wednesday said that this is for the fourth occasion that the Chief Minister has received threatening in the email.Police on its part said that the IP address of the mail has been traced to Karnataka. As per the …

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New software Covid Severity Score helps identify patients likely to require ventilator support

A new software has been developed that now can identify patients who are likely to require ventilator support in an ICU and referral in time and allow for the required arrangements to be made before an emergency occurs. The software is called Covid Severity Score (CSS) Software consists of an algorithm that measures a set …

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Unsold EWS flats to be auctioned to general buyers

Women farmers protesting at Shahjahanpur Jaisinghpur Khera on the Haryana-Rajasthan border led the protests on Monday, on the oc casion of International Women’s Day. Besides the women who are already camping at the protest site, women from various social organ isations also joined them to celebrate the day.Farmers across the country have been agitating against …

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MCG opens city’s first steel utensil bank to eliminate plastics

the need for single-use plastics, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) has opened the city’s first steel utensil bank in Sector 10, said officials on Monday. Residents who want to do away with the use of single-use plastics can avail steel utensils free of cost at the bank.MCG officials said that the bank will help …

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