Coronavirus Outbreak — Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible crew and other leading Hollywood actors exempt from quarantine in UK
This announcement to ease quarantine restrictions was made after British Cultural Secretary Oliver Dowden's conversation with Tom Cruise about starting film production once again.
Manipur extends lockdown till 30 June as cases rise to 71; state increases number of testing labs, to get dedicated COVID-19 hospital soon
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh announced on Sunday extension of the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown till 30 June
Chidambaram said the stimulus package has left several sections like the poor, migrants, farmers, labourers, workers, small shopkeepers and middle class high and dry.
Despite COVID-19, Mike Pompeo arrives in Israel to discuss West Bank annexation plan with Netanyahu and Gantz
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Wednesday with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss Israel's plans to annex parts of the West Bank, as Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian teen in a clash with stone-throwers in the occupied territory
Mike Pompeo holds video conference with counterparts from India, Brazil, four other nations, discusses international cooperation, accountability over COVID-19
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has discussed with his counterparts from India, Australia, Brazil, Israel, Japan and South Korea the importance of international cooperation, transparency, and accountability in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic and in addressing its causes
US president Donald Trump says he is 'very confident' COVID-19 vaccine will be available by end of the year
Donald Trump commented Sunday night during a televised town hall sponsored by Fox News channel.
Ramayan sets record as most-watched entertainment program globally with 7.7 cr viewers, announces Doordarshan
Ramayan concluded the rerun on 18 April and it was followed by the retelecast of Uttar Ramayan.
As coronavirus toll crosses 60,000 in US, Donald Trump says he won't extend social distancing guidelines
The White House and Donald Trump in particular have been eager to give the country positive news as they work to move past the crisis and rebuild the economy, even as the country's death tally continues to rise.
After Donald Trump's coronavirus disinfectant gaffe, White House aims for US president to refocus on economy
Days after he publicly mused that scientists should explore the injection of toxic disinfectants as a potential virus cure, Donald Trump has now rejected the utility of his daily task force briefings, where he has time and again clashed with scientific experts.
Donald Trump claims his remarks on injecting disinfectants to fight coronavirus were 'sarcastic' after medical experts raise alarm
Donald Trump said at a Thursday news briefing that scientists should explore whether inserting light or disinfectant into the bodies of coronavirus patients might help treat COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the virus.
Don’t inject disinfectants, health officials leapt to warn on Friday, reacting to President Donald Trump’s comment that disinfectants perhaps could be injected or ingested to fight COVID-19
Telangana Police books four govt officials for violating lockdown, throwing liquor party at guest house in Khammam district
Four govt officials, including a Tahsildar and a doctor, were booked for allegedly violating the lockdown and throwing a liquor party in Telangana's Khammam district
New coronavirus cases double to 99 in mainland China in 24 hours, with only two locally transmitted infections; toll stands at 3,339
Mainland China reported 99 new coronavirus infections on 11 April, more than doubling from the previous day to reach a one-month high, as the number of single-day imported cases hit a record
Coronavirus Outbreak: 65 prisoners, including 22 booked under PSA, in Jammu and Kashmir released to decongest jails
Sixty-five prisoners, including 22 who were arrested under Public Safety Act (PSA), were released to decongest jails across Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic
Patients with kidney diseases more likely to contract coronavirus; here's a list of precautions one can take to minimise chances of infection
Experience from China and South Korea has shown that the coronavirus can cause protein leakage in urine in about 30-40 percent patients and Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in 15-20 percent patients
Plea asks SC to impose Financial Emergency due to COVID-19 outbreak: Court can't intervene to such extent, it can only ask, not direct Centre
Since a Financial Emergency has never been imposed in India before, the power under Article 360 of the Constitution has remained unchartered territory since Independence.
'Long war ahead', Narendra Modi warns, but appreciates 'unprecedented maturity' during coronavirus lockdown
Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked the people of the country for showing maturity during the ongoing 21-day lockdown period imposed to stem the spread of the coronavirus
India sees improved air quality during coronavirus lockdown, says CPCB; AQI improves to 'good' in 23 cities, 'satisfactory' in 65
There has been an improvement in air quality in 85 cities due to the Janata Curfew and lockdown due to coronavirus since 24 March, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) said in a report
Coronavirus Outbreak: Narendra Modi holds video conference with CMs, stresses on need for common post-lockdown strategy
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday stressed on formulating a common exit strategy to ensure staggered re-emergence of the population once the 21-day nationwide lockdown ends on 14 April
A team of researchers in the US will be studying sewage water that carries stool to detect the presence of coronavirus