India Sees Lowest Daily Rise In Covid Cases (14,146) In Nearly 7 Months

India reported lowest daily rise in coronavirus cases since early March with 14,146 fresh infections. 144 deaths were recorded in the country due to coronavirus, which took the total death count to… Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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Australia COVID live updates: Victoria to exit lockdown at midnight Thursday, NSW hits 80% vaccination target

Victorian lockdown restrictions will be eased at 11.59pm on Thursday under an updated reopening plan announced on Sunday. In NSW, the state has hit 80 per cent vaccination rates and rules will be eased further from Monday. Read More | Source: Sydney Morning Herald…

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6 Killed In Kerala Rain, Armed Forces On Guard, Rescue Efforts On

Six people have been killed in Kerala as heavy rain triggered landslides in Idukki and Kottayam districts. Lord Ayyappa devotees have been asked to avoid visiting Sabarimala Temple today and tomorrow…. Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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72 Kg Chocolate Sculpture Tribute To Odisha Chief Minister On 75th Birthday

To commemorate the Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s 75th birthday, pastry chef Rakesh Kumar Sahu from Begunia of Khordha created a spectacular chocolate sculpture weighing around 72 kg. Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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Countries in Asia are placing orders for a new drug to treat coronavirus. Poorer nations could miss out again

During the global scramble to secure vaccines, many countries in Asia-Pacific were slow off the mark. This time, they’re not making the same mistake. Read More | Source: CNN…

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How do we tackle Australia’s burning problem before it burns us?

If Australia sets a ‘net zero by 2050’ target at COP26, it will likely be heralded as a major shift, but it’s unlikely to do anything to align us with that trajectory. Read More | Source: Sydney Morning Herald…

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5 Dead, Many Missing As Kerala Rain Causes Floods, Landslides: 10 Points

Heavy rain in parts of Kerala has triggered landslides in Idukki and Kottayam districts. At least five people have been killed in rain-related incidents. The weather office has predicted heavy to very… Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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