Tremors in north Karnataka an outcome of hydro-seismicity

Villages near Basavakalyan in Bidar and Chincholi in Kalaburagi witnessed at least six tremors ranging between 2.5 to 4 magnitude on Richter scale from October 1 to October 12.

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Significant decrease in no. of stubble-burning events in Punjab, Hraryana and 8 NCR districts of UP

The number of stubble-burning events in Punjab, Haryana and the eight NCR districts of Uttar Pradesh has come down significantly this year, with a total of 1,795 such incidents reported this month as

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2021 Covid outbreak in Delhi shows herd immunity against Delta variant difficult: Study

The study, published in the journal Science on Thursday, also found that the Delta variant was between 30-70 per cent more transmissible than previous SARS-CoV-2 lineages in Delhi.

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Noida records COVID-19 death after four months, toll rises to 467

Officials said a 67-year-old woman, a resident of Noida, died late Tuesday night after she tested positive for the infection. The district had last witnessed a death due to COVID-19 on June 13 this ye

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COVID-19: Delhi govt extends validity of notification on epidemic disease regulations

The notification was issued by the authorities on March 12, 2020 in exercise of the powers conferred under the relevant sections of the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897.

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Coronavirus News Highlights: Mumbai reports zero COVID-19 death for first time since March 26 last year; Kerala logs 7,555 new cases

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Developed nations must enact laws for zero-emission goal by 2030: India

India made the demand while cautioning the World Bank against the climate change agenda of countries that are outside the scope of their Nationally Determined Contributions.

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Indonesian resort island of Bali reopens to foreign travelers as COVID-19 surge subsides

President Joko Widodo credited Bali's high vaccination rate for the decision to reopen. The country's COVID-19 caseload has also declined considerably; Indonesia has had around 1,000 cases a day in th

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Dussehra 2021: How will be your horoscope according to your zodiac or rashi?

This year, Dussehra falls on the 15th of October, 2021, and is considered a new beginning.

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Dussehra 2021: Know the Shubh Muhurat, Pujan Vidhi and Special Mantras for Vijayadashami Puja

Vijaya Dashami or Dussehra starts on 14th October, 2021 at 6:52pm and ends on 15th October, 2021 at 6:02pm.

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Delhi govt’s campaign to curb pollution to start Oct 18

The drive will be prominently carried out at 100 traffic intersections spread across 13 police districts in the city, he said, adding that a mock drill of the campaign will be conducted on Sunday. Rai

The minister further said that the main aim of this campaign is to cut down on vehicular pollution. He said the campaign will continue for a month till November 18.

India resumes COVID-19 vaccine export

India, the world's largest producer of vaccines overall, suspended exports of COVID-19 vaccines in April to focus on inoculating its own population following a sudden spike in infections.

"We will decide on further supplies based on our production and demand," he said.

Kerala reports 9,246 COVID cases, 96 deaths

With 10,952 more people recovering from the virus since Wednesday, the total recoveries touched 47,06,856 and the active cases dropped to 95,828, a state government release said

Of the new cases, 52 were health workers, 39 from outside the state and 8,808 infected through contact with the source of it not being clear in 347.

‘Marginalised’: Women trail men in some vaccine efforts

Experts fear women in Africa may be the least vaccinated population globally, thanks in large part to widespread misinformation and vaccine skepticism across the continent.

Last month, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya announced that India will resume the supplies abroad.

India may need a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine in mid of next year: Scientists

Covid-19: There is 100 per cent guaranteed safety and protection if you wear a mask, he further added

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Dussehra: Kaleidoscopic view of Vijayadashami in the current age

While the current paranoia is difficult to overcome, perhaps the inspiration could be drawn from the victories of Durga, Rama, and Arjuna over Mahishasura, Ravan, and the Kauravas by traversing throug

Lateral Flow Tests reliable tool against COVID-19 spread: UK study

In a paper published in ‘Clinical Epidemiology', the scientists note that LFTs are likely more than 80 per cent effective at detecting any level of COVID-19 infection and likely over 90 per cent eff


How to lock your flight fares, travel like royalty! This festive season is all about flexibility and air travel

Digital travel platforms such as MakeMyTrip, Agoda and are rolling out unique initiatives to keep the uptick in travel demand more personalised and affordable.

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Isolated populations of India at higher risk of COVID-19: Study

The study, published in the journal Genes and Immunity, suggests that the government should consider high priority protection and utmost care of these isolated groups, so that "we should not lose some

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Govt allows domestic flights to operate at 100% capacity from Oct 18: Here’s why

Aviation: Airlines will now be able to operate at 100 per cent from October 18.

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Allow Chhath puja celebrations in Delhi, Covid situation under control: Kejriwal to LG

He requested Baijal to call a meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) as soon as possible to grant permission for Chhath celebrations.

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Govt seeking public feedback on proposed changes to Forest Conservation Act: Everything to know

Once the ministry examines the feedback, it will prepare a draft amendment. This draft amendment will also be made open to public suggestions and feedback.

India’s Space Odyssey: Discovery Plus’ documentary maps the nation’s eventful journey to Moon and Mars

The documentary looks at the 60-year journey of the space sector in India.

Tech & Health: Spine surgery goes high-tech

Surgery with O-arm robotics is a huge step-up not only in improving patient outcomes in regular spine surgeries, but also in more complex spine procedures

Beam me up, Bezos! Star Trek’s William Shatner becomes world’s oldest space traveler

Shatner was one of four passengers to journey for roughly 10 minutes to the edge of space aboard the white fully autonomous 60-foot-tall (18.3 meters-tall) New Shepard spacecraft, which took off from

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Isolated populations in India are vulnerable to COVID-19- Researchers

A press release from CSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) said the infection of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has impacted various ethnic groups all over the world and recent studies sugge

They found that the Jarawa and Onge populations have high frequency of these mutations, the release said.

Kerala reports 11,079 fresh COVID cases, 123 deaths

With 9,972 more people recovering from the virus since Tuesday, the total recoveries touched 46,95,904 and the active cases dropped to 97,630, a state government release said As many as 89,995 samples

Meanwhile, 11,769 persons recuperated from the disease, taking the total cured to 47,28,497.
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