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Kerala gets ICMR nod to use plasma therapy for COVID-19, K’taka to follow suit

Blood plasma from individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 is being used to treat active cases.Even as scientists across the globe are in a race to find a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, various other advances are being brought in with the hope that they may be effective against coronavirus disease (COVID-19). According to reports,…

Investor wealth jumps Rs 3.98 lakh crore as markets make strong comeback

NEW DELHI: Investor wealth on Thursday climbed Rs 3,98,934.79 crore after markets rallied amid hopes of a second stimulus package from the government. The BSE 30-share sensex ended the day 1,265.66 points or 4.23 per cent higher at 31,159.62. During the day, it zoomed 1,331.24 points to 31,225.20. Led by the rally in equities, the…

ICMR asks medical colleges to apply for licences to conduct COVID-19 tests

Home / Education / ICMR asks medical colleges to apply for licences to conduct COVID-19 tests In a bid to ramp up its testing capacity amid rising cases of coronavirus in the country, the ICMR has invited applications from all government and private medical colleges for establishing COVID-19 testing facilities.In its notice, the apex health…

The World Is on Track to See Its Biggest Yearly Drop in Carbon Pollution Drop Ever

The empty roads of San Francisco amid the coronavirus outbreak.Photo: GettyAs a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the world is in sleep mode. We already knew that this has resulted in air pollution dropping dramatically, but several analyses are now showing that our greenhouse gas emissions are dropping, too. In fact, the pandemic may lead…

EMI moratorium fraud: Banks ask customers to be alert, not to share OTP with imposters

NEW DELHI: In a bid to warn customers against fraudsters who may attempt to exploit the EMI moratorium scheme, leading banks are reaching out to their customers to caution them against 'EMI moratorium frauds' and strongly advising them not to share sensitive information like OTP and PIN with imposters. Over the past few days, Axis…

Cognizant withdraws 2020 growth forecast amid uncertainty on coronavirus impact

NEW DELHI: IT services major Cognizant on Thursday said it is withdrawing its growth forecast for 2020 given the uncertainty in environment amid the coronavirus outbreak. The US-based company, which has over two lakh employees in India, said it expects its March quarter revenue to be within its previously guided range of 3.4-3.6 per cent…

These coronavirus stock photos will make you want to stay at home

Rule 34 dictates that if something exists, or can be imagined, there will be an internet porn version of it somewhere. The same can be said for stock photo imagery.  With coronavirus sweeping the globe and taking over news cycles, it’s not surprising that ‘coronavirus’ is now a sought-after category in stock photo databases. Looking…

Kiara Advani shares photo of herself all dressed up for a video call

Kiara Advani reveals about the time she was being stalked by someone, says it went into a more dangerous territory

Esports One launches its fantasy esports platform

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Umar Akmal won’t contest PCB’s corruption charges

Umar Akmal has foregone the right to defend himself against the PCB's corruptions charges and will instead wait for a sanction to be confirmed.His case will go directly to the Chairman of the Disciplinary Panel after Akmal decided against requesting a hearing before the Anti-Corruption Tribunal. All that remains, then, is for the charges to…

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Kerala gets ICMR nod to use plasma therapy for COVID-19, K’taka to follow suit

Blood plasma from individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 is being used to treat active cases.Even as scientists across the globe are in a race to find a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, various other advances are being brought in with the hope that they may be effective against coronavirus disease (COVID-19). According to reports,…

Investor wealth jumps Rs 3.98 lakh crore as markets make strong comeback

NEW DELHI: Investor wealth on Thursday climbed Rs 3,98,934.79 crore after markets rallied amid hopes of a second stimulus package from the government. The BSE 30-share sensex ended the day 1,265.66 points or 4.23 per cent higher at 31,159.62. During the day, it zoomed 1,331.24 points to 31,225.20. Led by the rally in equities, the…

ICMR asks medical colleges to apply for licences to conduct COVID-19 tests

Home / Education / ICMR asks medical colleges to apply for licences to conduct COVID-19 tests In a bid to ramp up its testing capacity amid rising cases of coronavirus in the country, the ICMR has invited applications from all government and private medical colleges for establishing COVID-19 testing facilities.In its notice, the apex health…

The World Is on Track to See Its Biggest Yearly Drop in Carbon Pollution Drop Ever

The empty roads of San Francisco amid the coronavirus outbreak.Photo: GettyAs a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the world is in sleep mode. We already knew that this has resulted in air pollution dropping dramatically, but several analyses are now showing that our greenhouse gas emissions are dropping, too. In fact, the pandemic may lead…

EMI moratorium fraud: Banks ask customers to be alert, not to share OTP with imposters

NEW DELHI: In a bid to warn customers against fraudsters who may attempt to exploit the EMI moratorium scheme, leading banks are reaching out to their customers to caution them against 'EMI moratorium frauds' and strongly advising them not to share sensitive information like OTP and PIN with imposters. Over the past few days, Axis…