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Why In Decisive Fight Against The Virus, India Must Not Lower Its Guard

It’s extremely important, however, that we adhere to various all Covid protocols, all the time. It’s important that the common people, communities, civil society and popular media campaign for Covid-appropriate behavior with renewed vigour, says author.

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Reopen Schools Or Disaster Looms, Experts Tell Indian Authorities

As new infections have stabilised around 40,000 a day in the past few weeks, some Indian states have restarted face-to-face teaching, mainly for middle school and above. Experts say that is not enough.

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Coronavirus Likely To Lock India's Women Out Of Job Market For Years

Most employed women in India are in low-skilled work, such as farm and factory labour and domestic help, sectors that have been hit hard by the pandemic.

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Cost Of Data Breach Hits Record High During Pandemic: IBM

The average mean time to identify a data breach increased from 230 to 239 days, and the average mean time to contain a data breach decreased from 83 to 81 days

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48.68 Crore COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Manufactured In India

On the precautionary measures that have been taken to combat the third wave of the pandemic, she said the health ministry continues to monitor the COVID-19 trajectory right up to the district level.

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Pandemic, Policing And Processions

Ultimately, it is our humanity that is crucial for survival – more than any religion. Every government, in the Centre or in the State should push through reforms – to ban religious processions for the next one to two years and encourage virtual puja.

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Vaccine Economy: The Jab Tab

It would cost India anywhere between Rs 35,000 crore and Rs 3.7 lakh crore to vaccinate its billion-plus people depending on who is buying the doses, at what price and from where?

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Second Wave of Covid Cripples Passenger Car Sales

The popular mini cars and compact category bear the brunt as all carmakers suffer a massive decline in May sales data.

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Different Pandemics, Similar Lessons

Let us have faith in the experts and listen to them rather than argue with them. Let us learn from our past mistakes and failures and come out of this situation victorious as ever.

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India Says Will Have 120 Million Vaccine Doses For Local Use In June

India has administered about 212 million doses, the most after China and the United States, but has given the necessary two doses to only about 3% of its 1.35 billion people.

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48% Urban Indians Believe India Is On Wrong Track: Ipsos What Worries the World May 2021

The survey shows that Saudi Arabia (88%) and Australia (62%) believe their country is moving in the right direction and are the most optimistic markets.

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Pandemic Uplift Astrology Business

Estimated to be over $40 billion, as per media reports, the Indian spiritual and religious market is booming.

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The Tragedy Of UP And Bihar Along The Banks Of Ganga

A peculiar characteristic affecting development, and one that separates northern states like UP and Bihar from their southern counterparts is the sense of collective identity.

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On-site Registration For 18-44 Years Age Group Now Enabled On CoWin

This feature will not be available for private CVCs and they will have to publish their vaccination schedules exclusively with slots for online appointments

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BD Launches IVD immune Assay Application To Manage Patient Aid Decisions For COVID-19

By providing deeper understanding of immune responses, clinicians can better understand an appropriate course of action for patients while also prioritizing the use of precious hospital resources.

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