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Unlock 3.0: Will schools, cinema halls, international flights restart? Here's what FICCI recommends

INDIA

Unlock 3.0: Will schools, cinema halls, international flights restart? Here's what FICCI recommends

As the government works out the list of dos and don'ts for Unlock 3.0, industry body FICCI has put forth its suggestions.

3,000 COVID-19 cases daily: Maharashtra reports consecutive spikes for past two weeks

INDIA

3,000 COVID-19 cases daily: Maharashtra reports consecutive spikes for past two weeks

On July 1, Maharashtra reported 4,878 new COVID-19 patients and 245 deaths

What is dexamethasone? The life-saving drug which is being termed as a 'breakthrough' in treating COVID-19

WORLD

What is dexamethasone? The life-saving drug which is being termed as a 'breakthrough' in treating COVID-19

Dexamethasone is a low-cost steroid that has been used since the 1960s to reduce inflammation in a range of conditions, including inflammatory disorders and certain cancers.

In-Depth | Aarogya Setu app: From efficacy to privacy concerns, what’s under the hood of Centre’s COVID-19 contact tracing app

TECHNOLOGY

In-Depth | Aarogya Setu app: From efficacy to privacy concerns, what’s under the hood of Centre’s COVID-19 contact tracing app

The app is people dependent, which means it needs widespread usage and regular self-reporting to be effective. Given the fact that there are bound to be variations in the levels of self-reporting, the efficacy of the app is apparently not foolproof.

In-Depth | With practical, ethical conundrums, could 'immunity certificate' help India ease the coronavirus lockdown?

WORLD

In-Depth | With practical, ethical conundrums, could 'immunity certificate' help India ease the coronavirus lockdown?

If a person can contract COVID-19 and survive it, he or she might be entitled to what is referred to as an immunity certificate

In Depth | Coronavirus in India: Preparedness, challenges and the political slugfest

INDIA

In Depth | Coronavirus in India: Preparedness, challenges and the political slugfest

Amid the assurance given by the government that it is taking all the steps to check the spread of coronavirus in India, Opposition has slammed the actions.

In-Depth | Why 'special friend' Bhutan has ended free travel for Indian tourists

WORLD

In-Depth | Why 'special friend' Bhutan has ended free travel for Indian tourists

The aim behind the policy is to ensure that the local people involved in the tourism industry make a decent living while abiding by its own very high environmental standards.

Delhi Election: Kejriwal may not face a tough fight in his constituency — just like PM Modi in 2019 Lok Sabha polls

POLITICS

Delhi Election: Kejriwal may not face a tough fight in his constituency — just like PM Modi in 2019 Lok Sabha polls

The BJP and Congress, which are seeking to upstage the ruling AAP in the February 8 polls, have fielded first-timers against Kejriwal on the seat.

World Cancer Day: Disease causes 1 in six deaths despite billions of dollars spent in research

WORLD

World Cancer Day: Disease causes 1 in six deaths despite billions of dollars spent in research

To commemorate World Cancer Day, let's talk about this disease, its prevention and how far the science has gone to find out its treatment.

What is coronavirus: All you need to know about new SARS-like China virus

WORLD

What is coronavirus: All you need to know about new SARS-like China virus

China has so far reported nine deaths from the new virus.

In-Depth | Australian bushfires kill millions of animals, dozens of people: Here's all you need to know

WORLD

In-Depth | Australian bushfires kill millions of animals, dozens of people: Here's all you need to know

Besides natural factors, arson is also suspected as a cause of some of the recent fires. The NSW Police Force has taken legal action against more than 180 people for bushfire-related offences since late 2019

In-Depth | When onion made India cry: How onion price rise affects politics, business and the common man

POLITICS

In-Depth | When onion made India cry: How onion price rise affects politics, business and the common man

Onion – an ordinary vegetable – is a crucial political commodity given its long-standing history of overturning governments in India.

Kailaasa: Rape accused godman Nithyananda's own 'Hindu nation', here is all you need to know

INDIA

Kailaasa: Rape accused godman Nithyananda's own 'Hindu nation', here is all you need to know

Nithyananda has been absconding after a rape case was registered against him in Karnataka. An FIR has also been registered against the controversial guru on the charges of kidnapping and wrongful confinement of children

Jharkhand Assembly Election: 67 candidates with criminal cases in the fray for Phase 2

POLITICS

Jharkhand Assembly Election: 67 candidates with criminal cases in the fray for Phase 2

Out of the 260 candidates, 46 are crorepatis, which means 18 percent of candidates have declared assets valued more than Rs 1 crore

Karnataka Rajyotsava: Unofficial Kannada flag hits Bengaluru streets to mark statehood day on November 1

INDIA

Karnataka Rajyotsava: Unofficial Kannada flag hits Bengaluru streets to mark statehood day on November 1

Karnataka came into being in the year 1956 and celebrates it as ‘Rajyotsava’ every year

'Paradise on Earth' Kashmir's tourism sector is suffering - here's why

INDIA

'Paradise on Earth' Kashmir's tourism sector is suffering - here's why

Data available on the tourism industry of Jammu and Kashmir show that the now Union Territory is mainly dependent on religious tourism

Maharashtra elects 93% crorepati MLAs, 62% with criminal background

POLITICS

Maharashtra elects 93% crorepati MLAs, 62% with criminal background

After emerging as the largest party in the assembly elections, the BJP is now looking forward to forming the government in the state with the support of its ally Shiv Sena which is demanding an equal share in power.

Haryana Assembly Election: Average assets of re-contesting MLAs grow by Rs 3.6 crore in last 5 years

POLITICS

Haryana Assembly Election: Average assets of re-contesting MLAs grow by Rs 3.6 crore in last 5 years

All India Congress Committee communication in-charge, Randeep Singh Surjewala, is fifth among re-contesting MLAs whose assets have increased

Maharashtra Assembly Election: 1,007 crorepati candidates, 916 with criminal cases are in the fray

POLITICS

Maharashtra Assembly Election: 1,007 crorepati candidates, 916 with criminal cases are in the fray

There are 59 candidates who have declared zero assets

Maharashtra Assembly Election | With over 50 years in politics, Sharad Pawar pushes for revival of NCP

POLITICS

Maharashtra Assembly Election | With over 50 years in politics, Sharad Pawar pushes for revival of NCP

Apart from being a veteran politician, Pawar has also occupied key positions in the national and international cricket boards

Haryana Assembly Election: 481 crorepati candidates, 117 with criminal cases in the fray

POLITICS

Haryana Assembly Election: 481 crorepati candidates, 117 with criminal cases in the fray

Before the voters turn up to the polling booths and cast their votes, here is a detailed look at criminal cases, financial background and other details of candidates

Haryana Assembly Election: Will Dalit leader Kumari Selja help sail Congress' boat to respectable tally?

POLITICS

Haryana Assembly Election: Will Dalit leader Kumari Selja help sail Congress' boat to respectable tally?

Known for her proximity to the Gandhi family, Selja was given a Rajya Sabha nomination ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls

Maharashtra Assembly Election | The tale of NCP go-getter Ajit Pawar

POLITICS

Maharashtra Assembly Election | The tale of NCP go-getter Ajit Pawar

Despite the Modi wave in 2014, Pawar had won Baramati seat by defeating BJPs Balasaheb Gawade by 89,791 votes

Explained | Politics, history and the current row over Hindi language

POLITICS

Explained | Politics, history and the current row over Hindi language

Seeking to put a rest to the controversy over his remarks on Hindi, Amit Shah said he never asked for imposition of Hindi anywhere in the country but advocated its use as the second language

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