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Whatever Is Happening, We As Artistes Must Be Sensitive To The Situation: Shipra
Hindi and Punjabi singer, Shipra Goyal says the entertainment fraternity will have to reflect the sensitivity of the COVID situation in their work
Mum Hosp Docs Allege Deaths Due To O2 Crisis
Internal Conflict Behind Charges, Says Hosp Chief
East Godavari In Top 10 Dists With Highest Covid Caseload
Andhra Among Top 10 States With Most Cases
Cops Turned Away Patients With Bed Assurance Too
Hours before the high court sat in session on Friday, police along with health and revenue officials stopped ambulances from entering Telangana’s borders, some had documents to show they had hospital beds booked in advance.
1 Dead, Patients Suffer As T Police Halt AP Ambulances
Vehicles Let In At 9 PM After T HC Intervention. MLA helps vehicles pass through border
She walked with seers, but always had her feet firmly on the ground
Chairman, Mataji, Mum-my, dispenser of wisdom and breakfast poha, landlady? How many ways did I know the beauteous Indu Jain?
CBSE Class XII Exams Could Be Scrapped Amid Covid Surge
There has been a growing demand for cancellation of CBSE’s Class 12 Board exams this year in view of the surging Covid-19 infections across the country.Though the Board is expected to review the situation in two weeks, sources in the ministry of education (MoE) say there is likelihood of the exams being scrapped.
Only 500 In Telangana And 1,100 In AP From 18-44 Age Group Have Got Vaccine
A very poor percentage of people in the age group of 18 to 44 years in both Telugu states got vaccinated ever since the Centre opened up vaccinations to all those above 18 years from May 1. Only 1,133 in Andhra Pradesh and 500 people in Telangana in that age group have received the jab.
Visa Applicants In A Fix Amid Lockdown
Several applicants who were due for their visa processing in the coming days now find themselves in a bind following the state government’s announcement of a 10-day lockdown on May 12. Many of these applicants, including students, employees and those seeking dependent visas, who had booked their appointments beforehand, were seen queueing up at the VFS centre in Banjara Hills between 6am and 10am on Thursday.
Demand To Begin Home Delivery Of Alcohol Grows Louder In State
Days after liquor suppliers made an appeal for home delivery of alcohol in the state, the International Spirits and Wine Association of India has now written to the Telangana government, raising a similar plea.
She had seen him through some difficult times. Could he help see her through the pandemic?
Covid Means There's Even Less Joy in Mudville
Capacity constraints and distancing rules bring big headaches for season ticket holders
Hiring Heroes: Why Veterans Make Great Tech Employees
MILITARY VETERANS COME WITH THE SOFT SKILLS EMPLOYERS VALUE MOST, AND MANY HAVE BACKGROUNDS IN TECHNOLOGY
FLUFFY'S SNO-BALLS SHOP
LONG BEACH’S SNO-LOSOPHY
EIGHT WAYS TO REACH A HEALTH BLOOD PRESSURE
To take care of your heart, it’s important to know and track your blood pressure. Millions of Americans have high blood pressure, also called hypertension, but many don’t realize it or aren’t keeping it at a healthy level.
A year of COVID
MY OH MY, HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED
THE PANDEMIC WILL MAKE KIDS OR BREAK THEM
THE COVID-19 ERA has worked as a stress test for parents and kids alike, breaking some while bringing out reserves of strength and resilience in others.
Have Vaccine, Will Travel
COVID-19 immunization may play a major role as we strive to return to travel.
How Will We Remember The Pandemic?
The science of how our memories form— and how they shape our future
Your Facebook Friend Has Some Thoughts To Share About Your Covid Vaccine
Mark Zuckerberg wanted to make Facebook a source of reliable information about the pandemic. Instead he created a perfect platform for conspiracy theorists