How Sleep And Sunshine Can Protect You From Covid
Finally, there is some proof of Vitamin D’s role in boosting immunity, so do spend time outdoors in the winter sun, and don’t skimp on sleep if you want your immune system to remain shipshape
SC's Agri Panel Puts Up Portal To Get Views Of Individual Farmers
The Supreme Court-appointed committee for deliberations on the three farm laws on Tuesday notified a dedicated portal, allowing even individual farmers to submit views on the contentious legislations, and decided to hear at least 20 organisations on the first day of consultations on January 21. It also said repeal of laws, as demanded by protesting agri unions, was “not on the cards”.
7 Hospitalised With Complaints Of Convulsions In W Godavari
Seven more people were hospitalised with complaints of convulsions at Pulla village in Bhimadole mandal of West Godavari district on Tuesday.
Extend Academic Yr Till June: Parents
School Mgmts Want Staff Vaccinated
Now, Co-WIN Lets Substitutes Take Place Of Absentees
Glitches Minor Software Issues, Being Addressed Real Time: Govt
Co-WIN Cowers Under Weight Of Vaccination Mission
App Glitches Across Several States Hit Vaccination Drive
Mamata To Fight Polls From Nandigram, Suvendu's Turf
Trinamool Congress chief and Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee on Monday decided to contest the assembly election from Nandigram and Bhowanipore, which she described as her “mejo bon (middle sister)” and “boro bon (elder sister)”, respectively.
Police To Decide On Nod For Tractor Rally: SC
‘It’s A Law And Order Issue, Let Cops Deal With It’
Parents Stage Protest Against Offline Exams
Demanding implementation of GO 46 and cancellation of offline exams, parents of students studying in Gitanjali Devshala at Balamrai staged a silent protest in front of the school on Monday.
Fever To Night Shift: Many Excuses To Shun Vax Shot
Police recover 1kg gold, 209gm silver from jewel shop burglar
Two days after a burglary in a jewellery shop located in Pot Market, city police arrested a lorry driver and recovered the stolen 1,009 grams of gold, 209 grams of silver and ₹50,000 cash.
On Day 2, Over 13k Given Vax In Andhra
As many as 13,041 healthcare workers in AP were administered the Covid-19 vaccine on Sunday. The target on Sunday was 27,233 healthcare workers.
Power Demand Set To Go Up This Summer
The demand for power supply is expected to increase by 10 million units per day in Greater Hyderabad in the ensuing summer. It is likely to cross 250 million units (MU) per day in the state during peak summer.
Vaccination Sites In Hyd To Be Increased To 42
The Covid-19 vaccination drive will see 50 beneficiaries at each centre on Monday, a slight increase from 30 on the launch day. The number of centres in the state will be increased to 324 on Monday and the drive will cover nearly 16,200 beneficiaries.
Swachh Race: GHMC Caught Napping On Sanitation
Though the Central government started a survey to rate the cleanest and dirtiest cities in the country, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) is yet to plug loopholes in sanitation.
Kishan asks CM to release share to complete MMTS expansion
Union minister of state (MoS) for home G Kishan Reddy on Saturday urged chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to release the state’s share of funds for the Multi-Modal Transport System (MMTS) project expansion in the city, including linkage to Yadagirigutta.
Sanitation worker at Gandhi gets T's first vaccine shot
When sanitation worker, S Kishtamma, showed up at work on Saturday morning, little did she know that she’d become the first person to be administered the Covid-19 vaccine in Telangana. The 42year-old staff of Gandhi Hospital was initially slotted to get the vaccine shot on Monday.
Pay & skip quarantine: Cops bust scam at Mum airport
Police on Friday arrested a 35-year-old sub-engineer and two accomplices in Mumbai’s Sahar for their alleged role in collecting Rs 4,000 from each flyer arriving at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) who wanted to skip mandatory institutional quarantine.
Minor hiccups due to app glitches at Narsingi centre
The Covid-19 inoculation process suffered minor setbacks on Day 1 at Narisingi rural health centre due to glitches in the Covid Vaccine Intelligence Network (CoWIN) application, developed by the Union government for real-time monitoring of the vaccine rollout.
2 Doses Of Vaccine A Must For Longer Protection: Experts
A day before the beginning of nationwide inoculation, leading virologists on Friday laid stress on strict adherence to the two-dose regimen of Covid-19 vaccination because the first acts as a launchpad and primes the immune response, while the second amplifies and makes the immune response against the virus stronger.
Global Covid toll tops 2m; China cases surge to 10-month high
The world hit a frightening Covid-19 benchmark,with 2 million people dead and few expectations for infections to start dropping soon. The number of dead, compiled by Johns Hopkins, is about equal to the population of Brussels, Mecca, Minsk or Vienna. It took eight months to hit 1 million dead. It took less than four months after that to reach the next million.
I Want To Come Back And Work More In India: Christopher Nolan
Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan said he wants to come back and shoot again in India, and work with Indian actors. “I never make plans so far ahead. But I had an amazing experience in India, and I definitely want to come back and work more in India with Indian actors. I don’t know what I’m doing next,” said Nolan, while talking about his experience of working in India and his next project.
Mumbai FC To Battle Hyd For Ball & Points
Mumbai City FC coach Sergio Lobera has asked his players not to get distracted by the Indian Super League (ISL) table.
Clearance Must To Initiate Disciplinary Action, Says
Bid To Stop ‘Motivated Harassment’
Stress & Depression May Test Vaccine Efficacy, Says Study
Psychological stress, depression, loneliness and poor health behaviour may have an impact on the efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines, a study conducted by the Ohio State University, US, has suggested.
Exams Must Be Conducted Both Online & Offline: Parents
Even as the state announced that physical classes for classes 9 and above will start from February 1, parents said that examinations should be conducted in both online and offline mode.
CoWin Glitch: Vaccination Sites At Pvt Hosps On Hold
While the stage is set for Covid-19 vaccine rollout in the state, owing to glitches in the CoWin software, the vaccination drive at private hospital centres has been put on hold for the first day. The state government had identified 40 such centres across the state and 99 government centres for the rollout on day one.
Experts Question Govt Vax Purchase Price, Say It's High
Nobody Giving For Under ₹200, Says Poonawalla
Gang Of Dacoits Busted, Property Worth Lakhs Seized
Gang Nabbed Based On CCTV Footage
Pits Dug On Periphery Threat To Chowmahalla Palace
Unauthorised constructions and excavations in and around Chowmahalla Palace continue to be taken up in a brazen manner in violation of heritage rules.