First Lady stitches face masks for shelter homes in fight against coronavirus
First Lady Savita Kovind on Wednesday stitched face masks at Shakti Haat in the President's Estate as part of the fight against COVID-19.
Former first lady Michelle Obama's documentary 'Becoming' to debut on Netflix on May 6
The doc shares its title with Michelle Obama's best-se...
SARS-Cov2: First results of prevalence study to be out in June
The national sero-surveillance study to detect presence of antibodies against to SARS-Cov2 will help the authorities device strategies regarding lockdown at the district level, guide containment measures and provide specific data regarding the demographic spread of the virus in a particular area. The first round of results from the study is expected in June.
India, Australia bilateral virtual summit on June 4
The two sides at the meet are expected to conclude agreements to develop reliable supply chains in key strategic sectors, including medical goods, technology and critical minerals, besides a mutual logistics support pact for the two navies, ET has learnt. A new education partnership is also on the agenda to help overcome Australian universities’ dependence on Chinese students.
Sikkim reports first COVID-19 case as Delhi returnee tests positive
The student, who hails from Rabangla in South Sikkim district, is undergoing treatment at Sir Thutob Namgyal Memorial (STNM) Hospital.
Amid Covid-19 pandemic, first wave of flood hits Assam
Incessant rain over the past two days has inundated parts of Assam. In villages of Lower Assam's Barpeta, around 630 people have been affected. According to Assam Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), Jia Bharali River is flowing above the danger level since last 24 hours.
First Vande Bharat Mission flight to leave from Italy to Kerala
The first repatriation flight will leave from Italy’s Rome to Kerala’s Kochi. The Indian nationals will return home under Vande Bharat Missi...
'Chromatica', Lady Gaga's much-awaited sixth album, to release on May 29
The album, containing 16 tracks, was earlier scheduled to arrive on April 10.
View: Let us keep “nation first and citizen first” as our doctrine and philosophy
“We the people of India” are being closely guided and assisted by the government at different levels irrespective of political and ideological differences, is the most vibrant example of cooperative federalism, says Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.
Legal fraternity speculates on a woman CJI in future
The Supreme Court has two vacancies and with Justices R Banumathi and Arun Mishra set to retire in July and September, respectively, there will be four vacancies.
View: Working space, the final frontier
The consensus is that the post-Covid-19 era is leading to another disruption, which will likely change human behaviour and norms. This crisis may prove to be a major tipping point for the digital transformation of industries and the workplace.
MSMEs: Sitharaman, Gadkari should 'settle their accounts' first, says Chidambaram
He highlighted the differences between Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and MSME Minister Nitin Gadkari, with the latter saying that governments and PSUs owe Rs 5 lakh crore as unpaid dues to the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), while Sitharaman has said the government will offer collateral-free loans worth Rs 3 lakh crore to the MSMEs.
US First Lady Melania Trump arrives at govt school to attend 'Happiness Class'
US First Lady Melania Trump arrived at a government school in south Delhi on Tuesday to attend a session of the 'Happiness Class'. She was greeted by young students, who garlanded her and also applied 'teeka' on her forehead.
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