Cyclonic storm likely to cross over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry on Nov 25

The low pressure area over Bay of Bengal has become well marked and is likely to concentrate into a depression and intensify into a cyclonic storm and cross Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts on Novembe

The withdrawal of the southwest monsoon has been delayed this year.

1,759 COVID-19 deaths in November so far; experts cite non-resident patients, cold weather as reason

Experts attribute the high number of daily COVID-19 deaths in the national capital to a large number of "critical" non-residents patients coming to the city for treatment, unfavourable weather, pollut

India's COVID-19 caseload went past 91 lakh with44,059 coronavirus infections being reported in a day, while the death toll climbed to 1,33,738 with 511 new fatalities, the data updated at 8 am showed.

IMA on warpath after Modi govt allows Ayurveda doctors to perform surgeries, calls move ‘corrupting’

Asking Indian medicine to grow on its own strength and purity, IMA said it has no objection if the council developed its own dedicated disciplines without mixing Modern Medicine Surgical Disciplines.

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Frequent, rapid testing can curb COVID-19 transmission within weeks: Study

The research, published in the journal Science Advances, noted that such a strategy could lead to "personalised stay-at-home orders" without shutting down restaurants, bars, retail stores and schools.

He told reporters that the move caused a short-term shortage of the drug in the state.

BCG vaccine linked to lower risk of contracting COVID-19: Study

As part of the study published in The Journal Of Clinical Investigation, the researchers tested the blood of more than 6,000 healthcare workers in the Cedars-Sinai Health System for evidence of antibo

Govt authorises post-graduate Ayurveda practitioners to be trained to perform surgical procedures

The government has issued a notification which authorises post-graduate practitioners in specified streams of Ayurveda to be trained to perform surgical procedures such as excisions of benign tumours,

As Delhi battles third wave of Covid infections, AIIMS launches mega recruitment drive, DRDO sends 250 ventilators

The Center has also started a door-to-door survey in the national capital to screen people for Covid symptoms and encouraging more tests and find out our high-risk individuals.

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COVID-19 in Delhi: 3.7 lakh surveyed, first time RT-PCR tests more than antigen tests

Amid the spurt in coronavirus cases in Delhi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah took the lead in ramping up medical infrastructure and formulating a new strategy to combat the COVID-19 surge in the nation

Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin: Volunteer hospitalised during early vaccine trials; Here’s what company said

Bharat Biotech is developing Covaxin in collaboration with ICMR - National Institute of Virology (NIV) and in its Phase III, it is conducting its largest clinical trial of a Covid-vaccine in India wit

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COVID-19: Antibody therapy used for Trump’s treatment gets emergency approval from FDA; details

For Coronavirus treatment, the US drug regulator has given a go-ahead for usage of antibody therapy that was used to treat President Donald Trump.

India’s COVID-19 tally rises to 90.95 lakh with 45,209 new cases

The death toll rose to 1,33,227 with 501 more fatalities, while total coronavirus cases mounted to 90,95,806, the data updated at 8 am showed.

Moderna to charge $25-$37 for COVID-19 vaccine: CEO

"Our vaccine therefore costs about the same as a flu shot, which is between $10 and $50," he was quoted as saying.

Ayurveda, Yoga to help deal with post-COVID-19 problems, says Shripad Naik

In a series of tweets on Saturday, Naik said a new model of healthcare delivery with more emphasis on preventive measures is needed for effectively countering such a crisis in future.

Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel

The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday.

COVID-19: Rajasthan imposes night curfew in 8 districts; increases no-mask fine

Amid spiralling COVID-19 cases, the Rajasthan cabinet on Saturday decided to impose night curfew in 8 districts and increased the fine amount on not wearing a face mask from Rs 200 to Rs 500, an offic

Different places, cultures and ways of brewing – a cuppa still unites people around the world

Tea can be made in a number of ways and as one likes—with ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, black or green. We bring to you the most exotic ways of brewing tea from around the world to help you experiment

Spotlight: Young soldiers on the climate front

As the fight against climate change is being led by young activists around the globe, their challenge becomes two-fold: getting elders to change damaging policy decisions, and being taken seriously en

As misinformation grows, more and more online platforms are bursting the fake news bubble

These platforms and initiative are trying their best to combat the mainstream flow of wrong information, fake news, abuse and giving social media and social sharing a new lease of life with a tinge of

Between Sips: This winter, keep yourself warm with these flavourful brews

Chai for many is the official drink of winters. After all, what is a cold day without a hot drink?

FE Lines: The pursuit of happiness

Why are some societies happier than others? Do emotions motivate and inspire us to be productive and take control of our lives?

‘The Next Fifty Things that Made the Modern Economy’: Interesting back stories on everyday mundane objects keep the reader hooked, and wanting more

This book is not just interesting and educative, but could also be used in schools where children must navigate inventions in a rather mundane way. Clearly there are better ways of conveying these sto

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Everything is a meme: In a world run down by the pandemic, content creators are providing comic relief through memes

In short, memes are a digital update to jokes. They are both worlds apart but have strands of similarities-they make you laugh and are born out of the simplest things in life and, sometimes, the most

‘Future of the Indian Education System’: A comprehensive picture of the sector and a roadmap for the future

This book contains the relevant statistics and facts, intelligent analyses of our achievements and failures, and suggests a roadmap for the future, thus providing a comprehensive picture of the troubl

COVID pandemic biggest challenge world is facing since World War-II: PM Modi at G20

Multi-skilling and re-skilling to build a talent pool will enhance dignity and resilience of workers, he said, adding that the value of new technologies should be measured by their benefit to humanity

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Bangladesh on its 50th anniversary in March next year and would not want to sour the atmosphere before his trip.

Number of people allowed at gatherings restricted to 100 in Gautam Buddh Nagar

The decision of both the districts of Uttar Pradesh adjoining Delhi has come in view of spike in cases of COVID-19 in the region, the officials said. 

This decision has been taken due to rising spread of the COVID-19 infection, he added. 

Minimum temperatures below normal in most parts of north India; Delhi records low of 8.5 degrees Celsius

A fresh western disturbance is approaching northwest India on November 23. It is likely to increase the minimum temperature by a few notches, he said.

The minimum temperature was four notches below the normal, according to India Meteorological Department (IMD) data.

Coronavirus update: Maharashtra reports 5,760 new COVID-19 cases, 62 deaths

A total of 4,088 patients were discharged today, raising the tally of recoveries to 16,47,004 in the state

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