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COVID-19 crisis

Modi drops Question Hour, forces students to answer JEE, NEET: Owaisi

On one hand Narendra Modi will not give answers in Question Hour citing COVID-19, on the other hand you ask students to go and answer questions in JEE and NEET, said AIMIM chief

Female poverty rate in South Asia projected to rise due to COVID-19: UN

The report, 'From Insights to Action: Gender Equality in the wake of COVID-19', said that the gender poverty gap will worsen further still in South Asia.

Telangana govt promises support to ginning mills

KTR says a decision to provide incentives to the mills will be taken after discussing the issue with Chief Minister

41st GST Council meeting underway

New Delhi: The 41st Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council meeting is currently underway in the national capital on Thursday. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is...

Youngsters take up task of burying Covid victims in Hyderabad

Jalaluddin Zafar, president, Youth Welfare Telangana, and his team of 50 volunteers have so far laid to rest over 100 bodies of Covid-19 fatalities at different graveyards in Hyderabad

Hundreds still without power in Florida due to storm

Florida Power & Light (FPL) said its crew had been working throughout the night to restore power to some 20,000 customers as of Sunday, reports Xinhua news agency.

Cooling of Earth caused by eruptions, not meteors: Study

Some researchers believed the event - which cooled the Earth by about 3 degrees Centigrade, a huge amount - was caused by an extraterrestrial impact with the Earth, such as a meteor collision.

Data leak reveals Iran’s cover-up of COVID-19 deaths

The data, which was sent to the BBC by an anonymous source, has details of daily admissions to hospitals across Iran, including names, age, gender, symptoms, date and length of periods spent in hospital, and underlying conditions patients might have.

Sri Lanka makes face masks mandatory in Parliament

A 21-page operation guideline report was handed over by Director General of Health Services Anil Jasinghe to Secretary General of Parliament Dhammika Dasanayake, which includes many of the general health regulations pertaining to COVID-19.

Tokyo’s daily COVID-19 cases drop for 2nd consecutive day

The latest figure comes after 292 cases were reported the previous day, reports Xinhua news agency.

Vishnu Manchu, Kajal Aggarwal play siblings in ‘Mosagallu’

"Familial relations in Indian movies are rare when it comes to a leading actor or an actress playing siblings on-screen," said a source, about Vishnu and Kajal playing siblings.

New Zealand preparing airport for travel bubble

Zone A would be for countries that have a "bubble arrangement" with New Zealand and for people who have been in the country for more than two weeks, reports the BBC.

COVID-19 scheme offering UK diners 50% off comes into force

The scheme, "Eat out to help out" applies to eat-in food and drink on Monday to Wednesdays at more than 72,000 venues, the BBC reported.

Biden slightly ahead in North Carolina, Georgia: Poll

The CBS News Battleground Tracker poll on Sunday showed Biden leading Trump in North Carolina, 48 per cent to 44, and edging the President in Georgia by a single percentage point, 46 to 45, Politico news reported.

UK to launch 2 new 90 min COVID-19 tests

The Department of Health said on Sunday that the swab and DNA tests will help deal with the virus in winter, enabling clinicians and NHS Test and Trace to differentiate between COVID-19

Sushant’s sister Shweta remembers ‘baby’ brother on Raksha Bandhan

The 'Kai Po Che!' actor's sister took to Twitter to share pictures and complimented them with a sweet caption showering love on her late "baby" brother.

Cuomo calls on local govts to prepare for tropical storm Isaias

"Right now the models project that it will hit the New York City area, Long Island, especially the South Shore of Long Island and the Hudson Valley," Xinhua news agency quoted Cuomo as saying to the media on Sunday.

China official in Hong Kong to discuss poll postponement

Sources told the South China Morning Post newspaper that Zhang Xiaoming, deputy director of the State Council's Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office

Ayushmann Khurrana pens poem dedicated to sisters on Raksha Bandhan

The poem spoke about making the world so secure for women that they do not have to depend on their brothers to feel protected.

Google helps people identify Black-owned businesses

The move, which comes amid a surge in online searches for Black-owned businesses, is part of the company's commitment to support underrepresented entrepreneurs.

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