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Missile strikes residences in Azerbaijan’s second city: AFP

An AFP team in the nearby city of Mingecevir, an hour's drive north of Ganja, heard the impact of a huge blast that shook buildings there at around the same time.

Covid-19 survivor from Mulugu district donates plasma four times

A Kirana shopkeeper of Eturunagaram in Mulugu district, Shujauddin (41) was infected with the deadly Coronavirus as he attended the religious meetings at Markaz in Delhi.  

COVID-19 can cause long-term organ damage: China Health Authorities

The novel coronavirus, which emerged in Wuhan in December last year, has killed more than 312,000 people worldwide and infected over 4.6 million others.

Stigma, a challenge for Covid warriors, survivors

While coronavirus does not discriminate, people as a whole find new ways at stigmatising the disease and people associated with it

JNU admin, JNUSU at loggerheads over shelter for riot victims

"You have no legal right to make the JNU campus a shelter, the notice issued by varsity Registrar Pramod Kumar."

Survivors boost morale of cancer patients in Hyderabad

A team of oncologists consisting of Dr Krishnamani, Dr Arun Lingutla, Dr Srinivas Juluri, Dr Pratap Varma, Dr Rammohan Reddy and breast cancer survivors participated in this event

Japan rescuers seek survivors after Typhoon Hagibis kills 35

Rescue efforts were continuing on Monday morning, with local television showing soldiers rowing a rubber rescue dingy through floodwaters in Fukushima, while elsewhere workers removed dirt with a digger.

Andhra boat tragedy: Toll mounts to 26 as 14 bodies recovered today

The rescue workers continued their efforts to locate the private boat operated without permission, which is believed to be stuck at a depth of 315 feet.

Rescuers sift through rubble at Punjab blast site

The government ordered a magisterial probe into the incident. Locals complained the firecracker unit was running illegally for the past many years.

China earthquake kills 12, injures 134

Earthquakes regularly strike Sichuan, where a powerful 7.9-magnitude quake left 87,000 people dead or missing in 2008.

‘Everything’s gone’: Indonesian villagers recount tsunami horror

Some villagers perished when the powerful tsunami struck, sweeping over popular beaches inundating tourist hotels and coastal settlements.

Sanjay Dutt feels inspired by acid attack survivors

They are real-life heroes and these strong women are an inspiration to all of us. They have shown unwavering strength to fight and survive in the most difficult situations," Sanjay said.

Fallout shelter, Sky Force Reloaded for better gaming experience

The game makers have been updating the games time-to-time and also introduce new elements to make them interesting.

32 killed after bus plunges from 100-ft bridge in Rajasthan

Survivors said the driver lost control while trying to overtake another vehicle.

Vietnam: At least 37 killed in floods and landslides, another 40 missing

Rescue efforts were hampered as water and mud submerged roads in several areas, including in Hoa Binh where eight died in an overnight landslide.

Las Vegas Shooting: Trump visits Vegas, avoids gun control talk

After meeting with first responders, Trump told reporters he "just met some of the most amazing people" and that he met with patients that were "terribly wounded."

Tropical storm Harvey: Floodwaters climb in Texas, rescue operation on

Trump visited the coastal city of Corpus Christi, praising the work of state and federal officials in responding to the disaster.

South Japan devastated by floods; 18 dead, search for survivors on

Television footage showed rescue helicopters held up at a makeshift heliport -- unable to fly because of the downpours, while people prayed for the safety of their family members.

Indian Navy’s INS Sumitra rescues 27 in cyclone hit Bangladesh

At least six persons were killed as Cyclone Mora made landfall in Bangladesh on Tuesday, damaging several houses, with authorities scrambling to evacuate over half a million people from the coastal areas.

Colombia ends search for flood survivors; death toll at 314

Emergency workers will turn to excavating roads and buildings, distributing aid and trying to avoid the outbreak of epidemics in the town, where water and power services remained cut a week after the avalanche of debris-filled water poured down from the mountains.

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