Long-term health effects due to styrene vapour exposure small: AIIMS director
As far as treatment is concerned, there is no specific antidote or a definite medicine for reversing the effect of this compound.The therapy remains mainly supportive, he said.
Kolkata Police books Babul Supriyo for promoting enmity after he shared 'fake photo' on Twitter
The singer-turned-politician was booked under...
From NSD to ‘Namesake’, Mira Nair remembers Irrfan Khan, his love and indulgences for food, family
In a telephone call, Nair, in New York, sp...
West Bengal asks Railways not to send Shramik Special trains to state till May 26 in view of Cyclone Amphan
"As the district administrations are involved in relief and rehabilitation works, it will not be possible to receive special trains for the next few days. It is therefore requested that no train should be sent to West Bengal till May 26," she said.
US, French, Italians among 1,300 Tablighi foreign members identified in India
The Tablighi Jamaat's Markaz in Nizamuddin West has emerged as a hotspot of coronavirus, following which a major area has been sealed and an FIR lodged against its cleric for violating government orders.
Adopt measures to ensure safety of COVID-19 health workers: Health Ministry to states
In a letter, Union Health Secretary Preeti Sudan said amongst all professionals, the skills and services of these health workers places them in a unique position of saving lives in these times of pandemic.
Cabinet okays Rs 15,000 crore for 'India COVID-19 emergency response, health system preparedness package'
Rs 7,774 crore, has been provisioned for COVID-19 Emergency Response and the rest for medium-term support, ranging from one to four years to be provided under mission-mode approach.
IRCTC has served 10 lakh meals to poor, needy since March 28
n Delhi, IRCTC meals are provided to the poor and the needy twice everyday. Kitchens start making food at 6am and lunch is prepared by 11am. Dinner preparation starts at 1 pm and is ready by 6pm.
Lockdown brought untold misery, needs smart upgrade: Rahul Gandhi
"The one-size-fit-all lockdown has brought untold misery and suffering to millions of farmers, migrant labourers, daily wagers and business owners. "It needs a 'smart' upgrade, using mass testing to isolate virus hotspots and allowing businesses in other areas to gradually reopen," Gandhi said on Twitter.
Jeep, man on Pune airport's runway force early takeoff of AI plane; fuselage damaged
The incident occurred when the A321 aircraft of the national carrier took off from Pune airport on Saturday morning.However, despite the incident, it landed at the Delhi airport safely.
Centre asks states to ensure normal functioning of banks, ATMs during lockdown
Further, the central government has announced a financial package under the Prime Minister Garib Kalyan Yojana under which approximately Rs 27,500 crores are going to be disbursed during this week and in the coming weeks to the targeted public through bank branches, ATMs and business correspondents (BCS), Bhalla said.
Government lacking in its preparedness to combat coronavirus: Congress
Opposition leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation on containment measures taken so far. Congress' senior spokesperson Ajay Maken claimed the government's preparations to tackle coronavirus were not visible.
CBI books Rana Kapoor, DHFL and others
The agency has alleged that Rana Kapoor extended financial assistance to DHFL to get substantial undue benefit for himself and his family members via companies held by Kapoor and his family.
Ready to play any role to maintain peace in country: Rajinikanth
The actor made the comments in a tweet after a few leaders from a Muslim outfit called on him at his residence on Sunday. Communal violence in northeast Delhi last week, which was sparked by protests over the CAA, has left 42 dead and over 200 injured.
Streamlining internal processes enabled us lead OTP performance in January: AirAsia India CEO
New Delhi, Feb 20 () Streamlining internal processes has enabled AirAsia India to achieve top spot in on-time performance (OTP) at four metro airports in January, its CEO Sunil Bhaskaran said on Thursday.
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