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Kohli Can Get Under Your Skin, Says Paine
Melbourne: Australia Test skipper Tim Paine has said that Virat Kohli has the ability to get under the skin of opposition and this makes him a challenging player to play against.
She Didn't Get Any Medicine, Er Treatment File Was Blank'
Horror Stories Come Out Of Haridwar Hosp That Hid Deaths
India Reiterates Support To ‘Just Palestinian Cause'
New Delhi: Calling for an immediate de-escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian situation, India on Sunday urged both sides to exercise extreme restraint and refrain from taking any action to unilaterally change the status quo, including in East Jerusalem and its neighbourhood. The government condemned all acts of violence, incitement and destruction and called for resumption of dialogue.
‘Covid Seva' Adds To Woes Of SCB Officials
Secunderabad: Secunderabad Cantonment Board’s repeated pleas to seek prior permission to carry out disinfection drives fell on deaf ears and several former ward members are taking up the activity, dubbing it ‘Covid Seva’, in civil areas to garner goodwill and hope to encash it at the time of elections.
Govt Hosps Told To Make Proning Routine
Hyderabad: In a fresh recourse for treatment to Covid-19 patients, the government has asked all government hospitals make proning — where patients are made to lie on their abdomen to boost their oxygen levels — a daily routine. Directives to hospital superintendents said that proning should be carried out for about 30 minutes each in the morning and evening. For this, alarms will sounded at 10.30 am and 4.40 pm.
Pvt crematoria refuse abandoned bodies over payment issues
Crematoriums say GHMC is not paying for the cremations. The government had said that it would provide firewood for non-electric crematoriums
Crisis at home, India may still have to rush vax to neighbours
New Delhi: Despite the overwhelming public opinion against India’s vaccine exports, the government may have to consider exporting some vaccines in the coming months, especially in the country’s immediate neighbourhood.
Volunteers help people book vaccination slots on CoWin
Secunderabad: In a bid to help people register themselves for the Covid-19 vaccination, a social activist has designed a registered card.
Nadal sweeps past Opelka to reach 12th Rome final
Rome: Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal had starkly different days at the Italian Open on Saturday.
Covid-19 Dries Up Savings, Many Seek Crowdfunding
Huge Hosp Bills Leave Patients In Fin Distress