Coronavirus has spread to 30% of India's districts
Government has been able to ascertain cases in 211 of 720 districts in the country.
Coronavirus battle: India coordinating with US, China and others
While the foreign ministers of India and the US have spoken twice since the last month, India is coordinating with China for the purchase of personal protective equipment kits.
Coronavirus outbreak: How Delhi is bracing itself to tackle the COVID-19 virus
In line Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for 'Janta Curfew', all the shops of RK Ashram are closed from Friday evening. The most crowded ...
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi to be used to deal with COVID-19
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi to be used to deal with COVID-19. Delhi Govt takes over the stadium. Listen inJawaharlal Nehru Stadium in ...
China offers to build makeshift Covid-19 hospitals in India
“Chinese companies working on existing projects in India, with sufficient supply networks in place, can take over the construction of makeshift hospitals like those in Wuhan upon India's invitation," the Global Times quoted a China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) Limited official as saying.
'India's offer of South Asian response to COVID-19 counter to China's attempts to change narrative'
Aparna Pande, Director of the India Initiative at the Hudson Institute, made the remarks on Friday during an online discussion on China's attempts to change the narrative on COVID-19. "China has pushed a charm offensive in South Asia both through offering medical teams, sending test kits and protective equipment and offering to build hospitals. However, the results have been a mixed bag," Pande said.
Coronavirus in India: Health Ministry confirms 149 fresh COVID-19 cases, 19 deaths
Union Health Ministry Joint Secretary, Lav Agarwal confirmed 873 coronavirus cases and 19 deaths so far. He said, “Since tomorrow, 149 COVID...
India Inc panel to guide Covid-19 patient tracker
The group will process a deluge of proposals from academicians, technology and healthcare professionals and the public on tackling the Covid-19 outbreak. It is studying how technology is being leveraged across the globe to track whether by going to a particular location, a person would be exposed to anyone who has Covid-19 or has displayed mild symptoms.
World Bank approves $1 billion aid to India to fight Covid-19
This is the largest ever health sector support from the Bank to India.
India's coronavirus death toll hits 50
Latest data released by the Health ministry today put total confirmed cases in the country at 1,965 so far.
Coronavirus: Faced with an unprecedented challenge, how is India faring?
The war against Covid-19 has also opened a battlefront elsewhere. The unprecedented 21-day lockdown has unsettled lives, halted the economy and pushed India Inc deeper into crisis even as pain on the employment front looks inevitable. These difficulties are only dwarfed by the hardships and devastation faced by millions of migrant workers and daily-wage labourers.
COVID-19: Foreigners from different countries sent to Delhi via buses amid nationwide lockdown
Dharamshala (HP), Mar 31 (ANI): Over 40 foreigners from different countries were sent to Delhi via special buses arranged by district admini...
India to buy PPEs, but no testing kits, from China
The production of N-95 masks and personal protective equipment (PPE) had taken a massive hit as vital components are imported from China and South Korea. The supply chain had been majorly hit after Covid-19 outbreak in the two countries.
Covid-19: Priyanka Gandhi calls for large scale testing
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said it is imperative for India to immediately ramp up its rate of testing for coronavirus and that th...
42,788 samples tested for COVID-19 in India so far: ICMR
Indian Council of Medical Research Scientist Raman R Gangakhedkar informed that in India total 42,788 coronavirus tests have been conducted ...
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