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COVID 19 recovery rate improves to 74.30 per cent

The Health Ministry said that 68 thousand 898 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in the country in the last 24 hours taking the total number of cases to 29 lakh five thousand 823. Presently, the total number of active cases in the country is six lakh 92 thousand 28. ... Read More »

NIA nabs two accused in FICN Bagdogra Case

The case was registered by NIA on 12th March this year based on a seizure made by DRI of Counterfeit Indian Paper Currency Notes of face value Rs.4,0,1000/- from arrested accused persons viz. Gulam Mortuja and Shajatur Rahman in Siliguri. The investigation revealed that Gulam Mortuja was part of a ... Read More »

UK suffers biggest job losses since 2009 as COVID hits

Led by a record plunge in self-employed workers, there were 220,000 less people employed in the second quarter, the Office for National Statistics said. Separate tax data for July showed that the number of staff on company payrolls had fallen by 730,000 since March, sounding the alarm about a potentially ... Read More »

Floods inundate one-third of Bangladesh

Houses in Srinagar of Munshiganj district, about 50 km from the capital Dhaka, were submerged in floodwaters with the nearby Padma River overflowing its banks. Residents were forced to travel by boat and had to move their cattle to higher grounds to avoid the flooding. The agriculture ministry said that ... Read More »

Asymptomatic coronavirus carriers have high viral loads: Study

The paper, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, is an important biological line of evidence in support of the idea that asymptomatic carriers can spread COVID-19. Until now, experts have relied on inferring asymptomatic spread when people contract the virus without contact with a known carrier. A team of researchers led ... Read More »

Officials raid old age home, moved by pitiable conditions

Udaipur : A team from the District Legal Services Authority held a raid recently in an old age home operated by an NGO by the name of Lathi Trust inthe Sarvaritu Vilas area. During the inspection, the officials were shocked to see the pathetic conditions in which the senior citizens had been living. ... Read More »

We’re not on strike, say Delhi IAS officers

Revenue Secretary Manisha Saxena, along with Transport Commissioner Varsha Joshi, South Delhi District Magistrate Amjad Tak and Directorate of Information and Publicity Secretary Jaydev Sarangi held an unusual press conference at the Press Club in New Delhi and said that the IAS officers in Delhi are “working with utmost sincerity ... Read More »