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Myanmar to seek 700 million dollar IMF loan for COVID-19 spending

Myanmar has sought the loan from IMF under its Rapid Credit Facility (RCF) and Rapid Financing Instrument (RFI) which offers quick loan facility at concessional rates for Low Income Countries. The loan will be used to cover deficit incurred by the government due to increased spending on social security, health ... Read More »

Sri Lanka: 96 people tested COVID positive today

Out of them, 88 are migrant workers returning from Kuwait  and were under quarantine while rest eight are navy personnel. The new cases has raised the total number of COVID-19 cases in the country to 1,278 cases. The number of active coronavirus cases who are under medical care stands at ... Read More »

LG of Ladakh Sh. R K Mathur calls on Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh and discusses COVID situation & developmental activities in the UT

He also thanked the Minister for his day-to-day support and for facilitating central assistance during the entire period of pandemic. Dr Jitendra Singh formally conveyed to the Lieutenant Governor, the Government’s appreciation for the consistent diligence and effort with which the Union Territory administration had dealt with the COVID pandemic ... Read More »

Nepal: 90 more person tested positive for COVID-19 today

This is the highest number of Corona virus cases reported in a single day so far. According to the Ministry of Health and Population the total number of COVID-19 cases have reached to 772 in the Himalayan nation. On a positive side 43 persons cured and discharged from various hospitals ... Read More »

Japan completely lifts nationwide emergency

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced yesterday that the emergency will be lifted in the remaining five prefectures including Tokyo. He warned that state of emergency can be re-imposed if the infection starts spreading rapidly again. Abe said expert commission, established by the Japanese government at the beginning of the ... Read More »

INST scientists find route to fabricate precisely controlled nanostructures of desired geometry & location on 2D materials

Approaches used so far to achieve the controllability over hotspots distribution, which involves the synthesis of complex morphologies, limits their potential to be used for large area substrates. In order to overcome this, the INST group developed a hybrid Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy(SERS) platform of Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) nanostructure decorated with ... Read More »

Molecular shock absorbers buffer axonal tension of nerve cells

The study can help in understanding and treatment of concussion from head injuries as well as stretch-induced nerve injuries.Axons are long tubular extensions of nerve cells that transmit electrical signals across long distances and can be up to a meter long in the case of humans. At such lengths, they ... Read More »