Of them, 15 students and the five teachers belong to girls’ residential school in Jagitial and 16 students belong to Kasturibha Gandhi School, Konaraopet
A cold wave swept the national capital on Sunday morning, with the minimum temperature dipping to 3.1 degrees Celsius.
Bheemini Sub-Inspector Komuraiah said the deceased was identified as Ade Rukmini Bai, wife of Kondu Mera
From November 1 to November 29, the city has recorded a mean minimum temperature of 10.3 degrees Celsius, which is the lowest in at least a decade.
For the plains, the IMD declares a cold wave when the minimum temperature is 10 degrees Celsius or below and is 4.5 notches less than normal for two consecutive days.
The mercury dropped to 6.1 degrees Celsius at the Palam weather station.
According to the weather department, 7.4 degrees Celsius is Delhi's lowest minimum temperature in the month of November in at least 14 years.
Dr Manjula, a consultant clinical psychologist at ApoKOS Rehabilitation Hospital, was instrumental in providing psychological support to Covid-19 patients, their family, close relatives, and friends
It was said that the female naxal was asked by Maoist leaders to leave the forests and go for treatment as she suffered from fever, cold and cough
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Health Minister directed officials to set up isolation facilities at district health care centres, which will help reduce pressure of Covid-19 positive patients at Gandhi Hospital
People above 65 years, children below the age of ten, pregnant women, and people suffering from fever, cold, cough will not be allowed into the temple
Speaking at a media interaction held to create awareness on coronavirus among people, Dr.Sravan Kumar said one is affected by the coronavirus on breathing it in or touching a contaminated surface
Karnan asked the labourers to inform the officials if any of them was suffering from any sickness, and directed the officials to maintain proper sanitation at the shelter while ensuring timely supply of food every day.
Velugu Srinivas (35), a ward member of Karvirala grama panchyat in Thungathurthy mandal, ended his life by setting himself ablaze at his agricultural fields. He was suffering from cold and cough for the last one week and was in home isolation.
The 46-year-old model took to her Instagram stories on Friday (local time), where she shared a video of herself lying in bed, she said, "a chill, feeling feverish, cough, runny nose. I'm just not feeling good, so that's why I've stayed home