Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a tweet, reassured the nation that strong measures are being put into place in order to solidify the vaccine distribution process in due course.
“Why do I need a second kidney?” Wang is known to have said at the time, in a report in the The Epoch Times. “One is enough."
Although we do not know the actual origin of this video or the timeline when it was filmed, it is sure to give you a massive panic attack - so here’s your trigger warning.
Over 80% of 200 COVID-19 patients in a hospital in Spain have vitamin D deficiency, according to a new study, and reported by ANI.
Esther Hnamte, a 4-year-old preschooler from the northeast state of Mizoram is going viral on social media for her adorably sweet rendition of AR Rahman’s hit song ‘Maa Tujhe Salaam’.
Over the last couple of months, scientists and researchers have deduced some alarming details about the survivors of the coronavirus flu - and that is - long term side-effects.
The capital has emerged as the metropolitan city with the single highest number of underage criminals apprehended by the police.
The human toll of such an event in the densely populated countries across the arc is likely to be unprecedented, the researchers said.
A doctor in Assam is making waves on social media with his super dance moves to ‘Ghungroo toot gaye’, the hit song from the Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff film, War.
If you are waiting for the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale from the 16th to 21st of October to buy a new phone, look no further.
A small nook-in-the-corner dhaba has gone viral thanks to the power of social media.
Mumbai's dabbawalas have been allowed to travel in local trains which are currently being run only for essential services staff, officials said on Wednesday. Dabbawalas, the famous lunch-box carriers in Mumbai, last month said there was never a 6-month break in the '130 -year-old history of the tiffin services', and demanded access to local trains to resume their services in full capacity. Currently, in view of the COVID-19 restrictions, only the dabbawalas who could reach the south Mumbai area on their cycles were able to deliver food to office-goers.
A young woman went viral on social media after her boss shared a video where she is shown dancing a little jig after getting the job.
The new storyline dives deeper into the murky and rustic world of guns, drugs, and lawlessness and traverses through myriad layers of vengeance, conspiracies, romance, drama, and the formidable women's power in the terrains of Mirzapur.
With keto and intermittent fasting all the rage today, what is the truth behind how the body responds to these ‘fad’ diets?
After joining the family-led business, she made her life’s mission to educate women about investing. To that effect, she founded LXME, a project and mission to, in her words, “change the dichotomy that exists when it comes to money and women.”
Podcast: While schools reopen and online classes resume, parents are bringing up several issues with this mode of education. Their primary complaint is that schools are charging the same fees as they were when the kids were physically going to school premises.
In our podcast today, we speak to veteran Mumbai-based teacher, Ira Onkar, about how the teaching profession, education in India, and the schooling system have possibly undergone a permanent transformation.
More than 2 lakh people in 170 countries have been infected and most of the 8,000 deaths recorded around the world have been people who are elderly or suffer from other conditions.
With social media news at our fingertips, we have the time to prepare our homes and pantries, we have the resources to buy in bulk and in advance, and the knowledge to know when to go to a hospital.