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Docs: Covid Reinfections May Become Common & Boosters An Annual Affair
As the Covid-19 graph in Maharashtra rises once again, doctors said people could suffer from SARS-CoV-2 infections more than once.
I broke language barriers at the beginning of my career: Taapsee
For an actress, who is known to work non-stop, Taapsee Pannu has decided to restrict herself to only three projects this year.
Praggnanandhaa shocks Giri, meets China's Ding in final
Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa became the first Indian player to reach the final of the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour Chessable Masters tournament after he held his nerve to outwit Dutch GM Anish Giri 3.5-2.5 on Wednesday.
UAPA 'compelled' to be what it's now: HC
UAPA was a legislation for preventing unlawful activities but due to "compelling circumstances", it has become what it was never meant to be, the J&K and Ladakh HC said on Wednesday.
'Malik has no right to invoke Gandhi, claim to be follower'
Sentencing JKLF chief Yasin Malik on Wednesday, NIA court special judge Parveen Singh said, "When he (Malik) claimed to have given up the path of violence after 1994, the government of India took it at face value and gave him an opportunity to reform, and, in good faith, tried to engage in a meaningful dialogue with him, and, as admitted by him, gave him every platform to express his opinion."
'During pandemic, 24% of students did not have e-devices'
Of 3.4 million school students of classes III, V, VIII, and X from across India who participated in a survey, 38% said that the pandemic was a difficult phase for their education, while 24% said they didn't have access to digital devices at home.
Chandrakant Patil to Supriya Sule: Leave politics, go home and cook
The BJP protest on the OBC quota issue on Wednesday took a controversial turn with state party president Chandrakant Patil lashing out at three-term NCP MP Supriya Sule, saying she should leave politics and head for the kitchen.
MU mgmt council gives nod for 70 new colleges
Mumbai University cleared the decks for starting 70 new colleges in its management council that met on Wednesday.
50% of BEST commuters opt for tickets on its app
BEST's app users are now 50% of total daily commuters travelling by the red buses, sources in the undertaking said on Wednesday.
Want to turn approver, get pardon in corruption case: Waze to CBI court
Dismissed cop Sachin Waze on Wednesday moved the special CBI court seeking permission to turn approver and receive a pardon in the corruption case involving former NCP minister Anil Deshmukh.
Hiding in Plain Sight
Last spring, Jim LeBlond woke in the middle of the night gasping for breath. As his wife, Jeanne, rushed him to the emergency room, they never suspected that the cause could be anything other than the respiratory disease that had the world in its grip. It turned out the threat to his life was more mundane - and much closer to home.
How could a dog know just what so many people needed?
VITAMIN D SHOWS SUPER impressive results IN COVID-19
Results just in from a hospital trial in Spain showed vitamin D to produce phenomenal results in preventing the progression of COVID-19.
बेड चार्ज में 10% से अधिक वृद्धि नहीं कर सकते निजी अस्पताल
वेस्ट बंगाल क्लीनिकल इस्टैब्लिशमेंट रेगुलेटरी कमीशन ने जारी की एडवाइजरी
Mum bizman's verbal abuse of doc earns him 6 mths' jail
The court refused to let the 52-year-old businessman off on a bond of good behaviour saying ‘it will send a wrong signal in society’
Mira the miracle
Jyoti Marianne Bahri takes us through the birthing of her granddaughter, who emerged a fighter, influencing everyone involved
Minister's warning at high number of Covid patients
Knock-on effect hits hospitals
509 Covid-19 patients in hospital, 35 need oxygen support and 10 in ICU
A total of 509 people are now hospitalised with Covid-19, of whom 35 require oxygen support and 10 are in the intensive care unit (ICU).
Hospitals in many US states fill up as Omicron spreads
Acute scarcity in adult ICU's in Alabama, Missouri, others
CARE ON CALL
Apollo Hospitals played a pioneering role in mainstreaming telehealth services during the Covid-19 pandemic