CCTV footage from the shop shows the burglars — wearing caps, masks, plastic jackets and gloves — taking the jewellery from the display cases
Single-use plastic making 'big comeback' across India amid COVID-19 pandemic, says environment activist
The lockdown had a good effect on the environment but the increased use of masks, gloves, sanitiser bottles to fight the pandemic has given rise to new concerns, said Anoop Nautiyal.
India's COVID-19 fight people-driven, says Narendra Modi during virtual meet with Indian-origin doctors in US
In an address during the virtual meeting of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) on Saturday, Narendra Modi said that the COVID-19 had been used as an opportunity to work towards making the country self-reliant.
Supreme Court tells Centre to direct states to pay salaries, provide necessary quarantine facilities to doctors and healthcare workers
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to issue directions to states for payment of salaries and providing necessary quarantine facilities to doctors and healthcare workers engaged in treating COVID-19 patients. The government told the court it would issue the necessary directions.
The study - conducted by Centre for Marketing in Emerging Economies (CMEE) at IIM Lucknow - revealed that majority (79 percent) of people are worried and surrounded by a feeling of fear (40 percent) and sadness (22 percent).
Uber resumes operations in Coimbatore; says to ensure earning opportunities for driver-partner community
The Uber Intercity operations would be limited to travel with necessary authorisation within the state and in permissible zones only, Uber India said in a statement.
COVID-19 in Karnataka: Shortage of PPE kits, unequal distribution of resources put health workers in line of fire
Doctors at St John's Medical College and Hospital is the lack of safety gear-- PPE kits, the fear of running out of N95 masks and gloves and the disproportionate distribution of the kits, masks and gloves by the government.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Shah Rukh Khan seeks citizen contributions to Meer Foundation to support 'healthcare soldiers'
Shah Rukh, along with wife Gauri Khan, had also offered their four-storey personal office space for treating coronavirus patients
Delhi Customs officials seize PPE kits, sanitisers and lakhs of masks; consignments were being smuggled to US, UAE and Europe
Large quantities of sanitiser, PPE kits, masks and its raw materials being sent abroad illegally have been seized by customs officials at the cargo terminal in New Delhi, officials said
Coronavirus Outbreak: KVIC serves legal notices to business firms, claims damages for selling PPE kits using its brand name
KVIC maintains that it has, so far, not launched any PPE kits in the market. The kits developed by KVIC made of khadi fabric are at a testing stage.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Domestic manufacturers have capacity to produce 2.5 lakh PPE, 2 lakh N-95 masks per day, Group of Ministers told
Domestic manufacturers have reached the capacity of producing nearly 2.5 lakh PPE and 2 lakh N-95 masks per day which is sufficient to meet the country's requirement in dealing with the novel coronavirus pandemic in the near future, the Group of Ministers (GoM) on COVID-19 has been informed.
KVIC mulls legal action against companies selling 'fake' PPE kits using 'Khadi India' brand name; says PSU’s product still under testing
The KVIC clarified that it has, so far, not launched any PPE kits in the market and said fake equipment are being sold in the name of Khadi India product.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lata Mangeshkar thanks Vikas Khanna for donating 1,000 PPE kits to her foundation's hospital
The hospital in Pune was set up by the Lata Mangeshkar Trust and is named after her father and famous musician Deenanath Mangeshkar
The government urged private hospitals to begin admissions and roped in private laboratories across the country to conduct COVID-19 tests.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Arjun Rampal, family donate PPE kits to BMC healthcare workers, urge others to contribute
Arjun Rampal urged his followers to contribute towards helping the health workers fighting coronavirus by donating one uniform each
Coronavirus Outbreak: Services of student medic at Delhi's Hindu Rao Hospital terminated for alleged diversion of donated materials
A medic, who was a Diplomate of National Board (DNB) student under a senior doctor at a civic hospital, has been terminated for allegedly diverting donated materials which were to be entered in the stock of the facility, authorities said on Thursday.