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'Fear people in quarantine will be injected with Coronavirus and murdered': Assam MLA Aminul Islam arrested after audio tape goes viral
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'Fear people in quarantine will be injected with Coronavirus and murdered': Assam MLA Aminul Islam arrested after audio tape goes viral

The legislator also alleged in the viral audio phone tape that the isolation wards set up by the government are worse than the detention centres.

Coronavirus Outbreak Highlights: 45-yr-old woman becomes first COVID-19 patient in Tripura; ICMR says over one lakh samples tested
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Coronavirus Outbreak Highlights: 45-yr-old woman becomes first COVID-19 patient in Tripura; ICMR says over one lakh samples tested

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: One of ANI's editor Ishaan Prakash apologised for the news agency's inaccurate report on Telangana government's decision on extending the lockdown in the state.

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Telangana reports 62 new cases, total rises to 283; Harsh Vardhan declares AIIMS-Jhajjar as dedicated COVID-19 hospital
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Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Telangana reports 62 new cases, total rises to 283; Harsh Vardhan declares AIIMS-Jhajjar as dedicated COVID-19 hospital

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: 62 new coronavirus positive cases were detected in Telangana on Sunday taking the total to 283. No patients were discharged and no deaths were reported.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Toll in India rises to 77, number of cases at 3,374; most deaths in Maharashtra, Gujarat
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Toll in India rises to 77, number of cases at 3,374; most deaths in Maharashtra, Gujarat

According to the ministry, Maharashtra has reported the most coronavirus deaths at 24, followed by Gujarat 10, Telengana seven, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi six each and Punjab five.

Coronavirus Outbreak updates: Confirmed cases in India at 3113, says ICMR; Rajasthan registers 25 new cases
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Coronavirus Outbreak updates: Confirmed cases in India at 3113, says ICMR; Rajasthan registers 25 new cases

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE updates:As per the 9 pm update issued by the ICMR, a total of 11,182 samples were tested on Saturday. Of these, 324 tested positive taking the number of confirmed cases in the country to 3,113.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Narendra Modi to chair first all-party meet on govt's COVID-19 action plan on 8 April; TMC calls move photo-op
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Narendra Modi to chair first all-party meet on govt's COVID-19 action plan on 8 April; TMC calls move photo-op

This will be the first interaction of the prime minister with leaders of opposition after announcing the countrywide lockdown for 21 days on 24 March

Coronavirus Outbreak: Led by Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam medical fraternity takes a leap of faith in fight against COVID-19
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Led by Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam medical fraternity takes a leap of faith in fight against COVID-19

Everyone in the country is nervous, only that people like Jenita Baruah, Dhiraj Pathak, Arun Kumar Konwar, Swapna Bhumic Das, Ratnawati Doley and many other unknown faces from the medical fraternity are braver than the rest.

Coronavirus Outbreak: What India’s Covid-19 medical heroes urgently need besides Sunday’s 9 minutes of light
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Coronavirus Outbreak: What India’s Covid-19 medical heroes urgently need besides Sunday’s 9 minutes of light

Several doctors who have been on the front lines of this war against the novel coronavirus have been cramped into rudimentary dormitories, when governments could have considered hotel accommodations.

Centre steps up manufacture, distribution of N95 masks, ventilators as docs complain of protective gear shortage
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Centre steps up manufacture, distribution of N95 masks, ventilators as docs complain of protective gear shortage

The government has ramped up efforts to manufacture, procure and boost the supply of Personal Protective Equipment such as N95 masks, coveralls as well as equipment like ventilators, the Ministry for Health and Family Welfare said on Monday

Coronavirus Outbreak: With 61,621 inmates over 50 years lodged in 1,399 prisons, huge challenge for India to insulate jails from pandemic
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Coronavirus Outbreak: With 61,621 inmates over 50 years lodged in 1,399 prisons, huge challenge for India to insulate jails from pandemic

The court should also proactively provide bail to undertrials unless it is necessary to send the person to judicial custody.

WHO logs into TikTok to spread awareness on coronavirus; Deepika Padukone, Sachin Tendulkar accept safe hands challenge
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WHO logs into TikTok to spread awareness on coronavirus; Deepika Padukone, Sachin Tendulkar accept safe hands challenge

Veteran Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan was seen raising awareness about the highly infectious disease in a video by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Coronavirus outbreak: Over 1.97 lakh airplane passengers have been screened for novel virus so far, Centre tells Lok Sabha
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Coronavirus outbreak: Over 1.97 lakh airplane passengers have been screened for novel virus so far, Centre tells Lok Sabha

Over 1.97 lakh passengers travelling in 1,818 flights have been screened for novel coronavirus, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Monday as he outlined the steps taken by the government to deal with the virus since its outbreak last month.

Coronavirus outbreak: India cancels valid visas for Chinese citizens, foreigners who travelled to China in last two weeks
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Coronavirus outbreak: India cancels valid visas for Chinese citizens, foreigners who travelled to China in last two weeks

The deadly coronavirus has spread to more than 25 countries, including India, where three cases of the infection have been reported

Why controlling India's spiralling hypertension burden is imperative for the country's overall growth and well-being
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Why controlling India's spiralling hypertension burden is imperative for the country's overall growth and well-being

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), hypertension is the leading cause of death globally and kills more people than all infectious diseases combined.

Maharashtra government's tuberculosis registry programme is slated to cover 27 municipal corporations instead of the current 13
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Maharashtra government's tuberculosis registry programme is slated to cover 27 municipal corporations instead of the current 13

WHO data reveals that while India diagnoses 2.8 million new TB patients every year, only 1.6 million are notified in the national registry for tuberculosis.

Enhancing delivery of quality health care: Biomedical engineers act as a bridge between modern medicine, engineering
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Enhancing delivery of quality health care: Biomedical engineers act as a bridge between modern medicine, engineering

From the concept to market reach and clinical trials, biomedical engineers are part of the health care ecosystem contributing to meeting the SDGs, especially universal health coverage.

Kabir Singh: Mumbai-based doctor writes to Maharashtra health minister demanding ban on Shahid Kapoor's film
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Kabir Singh: Mumbai-based doctor writes to Maharashtra health minister demanding ban on Shahid Kapoor's film

Kabir Singh narrates the story of a short-tempered surgeon played by Shahid Kapoor, who goes on a path of self-destruction, consuming drugs and alcohol after he couldn't marry his college sweetheart Preeti.

Kerala retains top position in NITI Aayog's health index, but makes no improvement; Bihar, Uttar Pradesh among worst performers
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Kerala retains top position in NITI Aayog's health index, but makes no improvement; Bihar, Uttar Pradesh among worst performers

Kerala has emerged as the top ranking state in terms of overall health performance, while Uttar Pradesh is the worst, according to the second health index launched by NITI Aayog on Tuesday

Are Indian hospitals prepared for the new age of mhealth and digital healthcare?
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Are Indian hospitals prepared for the new age of mhealth and digital healthcare?

In the age of digital data, India needs data protection laws beyond the ones that exist today.

Narendra Modi's insensitive remark on dyslexia reaffirms India's narrow understanding of learning disorders
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Narendra Modi's insensitive remark on dyslexia reaffirms India's narrow understanding of learning disorders

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been criticised for seemingly taking a jibe at the Gandhis — Rahul and Sonia — by making a reference to dyslexia and children who have been labelled as dyslexic.