The vaccines have been a battle for global influence between China and Russia, with Russia being held back due to its limited production capacity.
Scientists working on coronaviruses continue to unearth and report evidence to support the natural evolution and spillover of the virus from animals
Disney's closure of popular Blue Sky Studios shows animation is under pressure in pandemic-era Hollywood
Blue Sky Studios' sudden demise after 34 years will undoubtedly rob popular cinema of one of its most creative and imaginative studios.
South African COVID-19 variant may provide better immunity against other mutations, finds small study
Coronavirus mutations have put a damper on global vaccination programmes after existing shots were found to offer less protection against them.
If vaccines become a passport to doing things, we may see communities that have been already hardest hit by COVID being left behind.
Many rites, traditions and observances continue to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic, more than a year after the disease was first identified.
Due to the pandemic, every platform, broadcast network and cable channel has taken a hit in production. For some people in Hollywood, not to mention many viewers, the pause is not unwelcome.
The "oddity" of Golden Globes 2021 — Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's long-distance duologue or stars at home, drinking through teleconferences and enduring technical glitches, set a tone: things won’t be the same, but this year, what is?
If a variant with a mutated spike protein crops up that the original vaccine can’t recognize, companies would swap out that piece of genetic code for a better match.
RBSE to conduct Class 10, 12 board exams from 6 May; check full schedule at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in
Board officials stated that RBSE will follow the COVID-19 guidelines set up by the state government during the board exams
Tamil Nadu govt waives final exams for Class 9, 10, 11; students to be promoted on internal assessment
The students will be promoted based on the internal assessment with 80 percent weightage assigned quarterly and half-yearly examinations, while 20 percent marks will depend on examinees’ attendance in the last academic year
Ghana's food and drug authority has already authorised the use of the Indian-made vaccines as well as Russia's Sputnik V.
Teaser of Alia Bhatt's Gangubai Kathiawadi unveiled; Sanjay Leela Bhansali film to release on 30 July
Gangubai Kathiawadi, which is Bhansali's tenth directorial venture, is adapted from one of the chapters of author Hussain Zaidi’s book, Mafia Queens of Mumbai.
Queen Elizabeth II to give televised speech hours before airing of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's 'contoversial' Oprah Winfrey interview
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced last week the "intimate" interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which they are expected to air their grievances about how they were treated inside the family following their fairy tale wedding in 2018.
Vaccines are rolling out but health experts are cautious due to uncertainties surrounding the British and South African variants of the virus.
With no visitors at Louvre, long-overdue refurbishments finally kick off in the otherwise overcrowded museum
It’s uncertain when the Paris museum will reopen, after being closed on 30 October in line with the French government’s virus containment measures. But those lucky enough to get in benefit from a rare private look at collections covering 9,000 years of human history — with plenty of space to breathe.
India inoculates 1.08 cr, reports COVID 'upsurge' in five states; Karnataka mandates test for visitors from Kerala, Maharashtra
Overall, India reported 13,993 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours as the total number of cases went up to 1,09,77,387, according to health ministry data
They believe there is a risk that SARS-CoV-2 may mutate in ways that will render current vaccines less effective or even become ineffective.
Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans take a backseat, as COVID-19 restrictions shutter public spaces
Coronavirus-related restrictions in New Orleans included cancelled parades, closed bars and a near shutdown of rowdy Bourbon Street.
The auto sector is the highest-profile victim of the chip shortage, with giants including Ford and Volkswagen forced to cut production.