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Children have milder COVID-19 symptoms, might have lower infectivity and susceptibility than adults
science

Children have milder COVID-19 symptoms, might have lower infectivity and susceptibility than adults

Serological studies are starting to be available on child infection history with some suggesting low rates of infection.

Gilead rubbishes claim that antiviral drug, Remdesivir, failed to help Coronavirus patients in Chinese trial
World

Gilead rubbishes claim that antiviral drug, Remdesivir, failed to help Coronavirus patients in Chinese trial

Doctors suggest antiviral drugs would be most effective when administered as early as possible as it helps keep the virus from replicating in the blood.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Leaked results of a clinical trial hints Gliead's Remdesivir could be possible COVID-19 cure
World

Coronavirus Outbreak: Leaked results of a clinical trial hints Gliead's Remdesivir could be possible COVID-19 cure

During the trial, 113 patients were treated with the drug, most were discharged from the hospital in under a week, and only two died.

Supreme Court refuses to set up monitoring committee for Saradha chit fund scam probe
India

Supreme Court refuses to set up monitoring committee for Saradha chit fund scam probe

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to monitor the ongoing CBI investigation into the Saradha chit fund scam in West Bengal

Carlos Ghosn claims innocence in first appearance since November arrest; says unfairly detained on meritless charges
Business

Carlos Ghosn claims innocence in first appearance since November arrest; says unfairly detained on meritless charges

Ghosn is also accused of making $14.7 million in payments to Saudi businessman Khaled Al-Juffali using Nissan funds in exchange for arranging a letter of credit to help with his investment losses.

CBI vs CBI: Fresh claims of evidence manipulation further erode credibility; govt must set up mechanism for agency overhaul
India

CBI vs CBI: Fresh claims of evidence manipulation further erode credibility; govt must set up mechanism for agency overhaul

Two officers from warring factions of Alok Verma and Rakesh Asthana are accusing each other of manipulation of seized data, tampering with evidence and destroying records to benefit one or the other camp, further eroding the credibility of the investigating agency

Nicolas Sarkozy denounces Gaddafi funding his election campaign, blasts 'lack of evidence' to prove allegations
World

Nicolas Sarkozy denounces Gaddafi funding his election campaign, blasts 'lack of evidence' to prove allegations

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy blasted what he said was a lack of evidence for the corruption charges against him over allegations that late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi funded his 2007 election campaign, in his court statement published on Thursday

How an organisation called Evidence is fighting against 'honour killings', by aiding victims in legal cases
Life

How an organisation called Evidence is fighting against 'honour killings', by aiding victims in legal cases

Evidence's Founding Executive Director Kathir @ Vincent Raj talks about the complexities of honour killing cases, and the strong hold that caste continues to have on the people of Tamil Nadu | #FirstCulture

Aarushi-Hemraj murder: Rajesh and Nupur Talwar are free again, but case leaves behind a string of questions
India

Aarushi-Hemraj murder: Rajesh and Nupur Talwar are free again, but case leaves behind a string of questions

The botched-up investigation in the Aarushi Talwar-Hemraj double murder case has left behind a string of questions, which perhaps will never be answered

Gauri Lankesh murdered: SIT begins investigation; Karnataka govt hopeful of nabbing culprits
India

Gauri Lankesh murdered: SIT begins investigation; Karnataka govt hopeful of nabbing culprits

The Special Investigating Team (SIT) has started its probe into the murder of journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh with the Karnataka government saying that it was hopeful of nabbing the assailants "as soon as possible."

Fodder scam case: Special CBI court continues with recording of evidence despite Lalu Prasad's refusal to cooperate
India

Fodder scam case: Special CBI court continues with recording of evidence despite Lalu Prasad's refusal to cooperate

A special CBI court Thursday continued recording of evidence of Lalu Prasad's witness in a multi-crore fodder scam case

Traffic police in Gurgaon to get body cameras to improve transparency
News & Analysis

Traffic police in Gurgaon to get body cameras to improve transparency

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) support from Honda is helping to equip the traffic policemen with small and rugged video cameras, which will be attached to the policeman's uniform to capture video and audio recordings of incidents and violations.

Pathankot terror attack: Probe team from Pakistan to visit India soon
India

Pathankot terror attack: Probe team from Pakistan to visit India soon

Pakistan on Thursday said a team of special investigators probing the terror attack on the Pathankot airbase will visit India soon to collect evidence.

Pathankot attack: Pakistan's investigating team seeks more evidence from India
World

Pathankot attack: Pakistan's investigating team seeks more evidence from India

A Pakistani team investigating the terror attack on the Indian Air Force base in Punjab's Pathankot town has asked Islamabad to seek more evidence from India, saying there had been "no headway" so far in the probe, a media report said on Monday.

Louis Berger bribery case: Ex-Goa CM Kamat charged with disappearance of evidence
India

Louis Berger bribery case: Ex-Goa CM Kamat charged with disappearance of evidence

Former Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat has now been charged with disappearance of evidence in Louis Berger bribery case.

Japan confirms plan to resume whale hunting despite global objection
World

Japan confirms plan to resume whale hunting despite global objection

Japan's chief whaling negotiator confirmed on Monday its ships would return to the Antarctic this year, despite a call by global regulators to provide more evidence that the hunt has a scientific purpose.

Hit-and-run case: Court to record Salman Khan's statement on March 27
India

Hit-and-run case: Court to record Salman Khan's statement on March 27

Bollywood actor Salman Khan was on Tuesday asked by a session court to appear before it on March 27 for recording his statement

Sunanda Pushkar's death case: Twitter's Sherlock Holmeses indulging in worst kind of gossip
Life

Sunanda Pushkar's death case: Twitter's Sherlock Holmeses indulging in worst kind of gossip

This is the worst kind of gossip possible, if only because the person who you’re gossiping about, is dead. It might sound old-fashioned, but simply put, it is in terrible taste.

Blind justice: 18 acquitted for lynching man in Nagpur courtroom in 2004
India

Blind justice: 18 acquitted for lynching man in Nagpur courtroom in 2004

As many as 21 persons, including seven women, were accused in the case. Three of them died during the trial.

AAP member seeks evidence in poll code breach case against PM Modi
Politics

AAP member seeks evidence in poll code breach case against PM Modi

ity-based AAP member Nishant Verma, who has sought pressing of additional charges against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the poll-code violation case, on Wednesday sought copies of the documentary and other evidence collected by the police.