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Amid the nation is reeling under the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, several online harassments continue to abound.
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor and member of parliament (MP) from Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor on Friday tweeted that India is now a land of cow urine drinkers and people who bathe in cow dung. In the last 25 yrs India became the home of doctors& computer geeks. Now we're a land where people drink cow urine& bathe in cow dung.
The COVID-19 second wave has not only created shortages of oxygen, medicines and hospital beds, but also of wood for funeral pyres, hearses and crematorium slots.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 15 (ANI): Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana, in its editorial on Saturday, heaped praises on Madhya Pradesh government for its decision to provide a monthly pension of 5,000 to those children who lost their parents or guardians to COVID-19 and said this move by the state government is exemplary.
London, May 14 (PTI) England's seasoned pacer Stuart Broad has questioned the points allocation system in the World Test Championship, wondering how a five-match Ashes can be worth the same as a two-game series between India and Bangladesh.
New Zealand and India are set to lock horns in the ICC World Test Championship final, starting June 18.After leading India to series victory against England, skipper Virat Kohli gears up for the Kiwi challenge.His counterpart Kane Williamson, who fares well in testing conditions, will aim to capitalize upon his form.We compare the stats of Kohli and Williamson in Test cricket.
Washington [US], May 15 (ANI): The United States Senate has cleared an effort by legislators to set up USD 110 billion in technology funding for basic research as a measure to counter China amid strained ties and fierce competition between the two countries.
New Delhi [India], May 15 (ANI): With Delhi reeling under the impact of second wave of COVID-19 which has seen rise in fatalities, the workers at city crematoriums have their hands full. They continue to serve in high risk of exposure to coronavirus by assisting families in performing the last rites of COVID-19 victims.
The incident came to the fore on Wednesday when Praveen a resident of the BEML layout where the victim lived reached out to the local police at 2 pm
One of the oldest crematoriums in Goa located in Margao city had to construct four additional platforms and dedicate three of its existing ones to cater to people who died of COVID19.
The first of the two races in Austria, the Styrian Grand Prix will take place on June 25-27 and the Austrian Grand Prix taking place on its original date of July 2-4.
Minutes before Shivakumar’s tweet, former Karnataka CM and Congress legislative party leader Siddaramaiah addressed the media and said the state Congress has decided to donate Rs 100 crore to procure vaccines.
However, states like Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Mizoram, and Nagaland saw a tightening of restrictions in a bid to curb the spread of infection.
In his application filed on May 8, Hitesh Sarma argued there were several ‘serious, fundamental and substantial errors’ in the NRC, leading to inclusion of ineligible persons in it.
Singapore, May 14 (PTI) Singapore on Friday tightened restrictions on group gatherings and public activities following a spike in COVID-19 community cases, according to a media report.
The Associated Press, which also had its bureau in the building, termed the airstrike 'incredibly disturbing' and said that the world would know less about what is happening in Gaza because of what happened today
New Delhi, May 15 (PTI) Sacked as women's cricket team coach, WV Raman has alleged that a smear campaign against him has gained unwarranted traction and urged the BCCI president Sourav Ganguly to stop it.