Covid Lockdown News
Since early August, there have been restrictions in place in the city- capital of the western Xinjiang region
The financial capital has reported five-digit COVID-19 cases for the first time since 7 April, 2021, when it had reported 10,428 cases and 23 fatalities during the second wave of the pandemic
Lawmakers said their inquiry was designed to uncover why the UK performed “significantly worse” than many other countries during the initial period of the pandemic.
The post-pandemic shopper is more environmentally conscious and is showing a greater appetite for clothes that have good resale value, rather than disposable fast fashion.
With Kerala continuing to witness a significant number of COVID-19 cases on a daily basis, the state government has decided to extend the ongoing lockdown curbs for one more week
COVID-19 updates: Bengal, Uttarakhand extend curbs with some relaxations; India logs 70,421 new cases
Meanwhile, the Archaeological Survey of India issued an order stating that all centrally protected monuments, museums and sites will reopen from 16 June
Coronavirus News Updates: 850 oxygen plants being set up from PM-CARES, says DRDO chief; Kerala sees 7,719 fresh cases
Coronavirus Live News Updates: Reddy highlighted during the ''Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav Discourse Series'' by the Department of Science and Technology (DST) that the DRDO was prepared to provide all kinds of support including more "flying hospitals" when the need arises in the fight against coronavirus, a DST statement said
COVID-19 restrictions in Bengal extended till 1 July; govt, private offices at 25% capacity from 16 June
According to reports, bars and restaurants in the state can operate with 50 percent capacity from noon to 8 pm
Localised lockdowns, increased digitisation and work from home softened blow of second wave, reads article by RBI deputy governor MD Patra and others
RBI had on 27 March last year allowed a moratorium on payment of instalments of term loans due between 1 March and 31 May, later extending the period till 31 August
The Centre had said that if it were to consider waiving interest on all loans for the RBI-mandated six-month moratorium, the amount foregone would be over Rs 6 lakh crore
COVID-19 in UK: Officials hunt for 'missing' person carrying Brazilian strain as experts sound alarm
The variant that emerged in northern Brazil has been detected in six people in the UK, one of whom cannot be located after they failed to fill in their contact details on a form after taking a coronavirus test
Hypertension among most common features of emergency hospital visit during COVID-19 lockdowns, says study
The researchers behind this study reveal that the compulsory lockdown period was linked to a 37 percent increase in the odds of having hypertension in patients visiting the hospital’s emergency department
Miranda House Archiving Project collects alumni stories to view institutional history through students' eyes
While oral histories rely on memory and are never entirely objective, such people-oriented stories offer insight that one would not normally find in traditional archives
Amid surging COVID-19 cases, DGCA extends suspension of international passenger flights till 30 September
The aviation regulator's circular said international scheduled flights may be allowed on selected routes on a case-to-case basis
Books of the week: Our picks, from Nora Bossong's Gramsci’s Fall to Can You Hear Kashmiri Women Speak?
Our weekly roundup of books that should be on your radar.
Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has asked state officials to file a Letter Patent Appeal (LPA) before the Punjab and Haryana High Court within this week