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    COVID- 19 Updates: Coronavirus Recovery Rate Improving Rapidly In Capital City Delhi

    Corona's threat continues to develop in the country. Coronavirus has infected more than 8 lakh 78,000 people in India and more than 23,000 have...

    DU Admissions 2020: Over 57,000 register for UG courses on Delhi University portal in 24 hours

    Over 57,000 students have registered on a Delhi University portal for admission to undergraduate courses within 24 hours, according to official figures.

    WHO: Countries where coronavirus is declining may still face immediate 2nd peak

    Countries where coronavirus is declining could still face an "immediate second peak" if measures to halt first wave are lifted too soon, WHO emergencies head Mike Ryan has said. The world is still in the middle of the first coronavirus wave, he added.

    Play the oohs and aahs: Jofra Archer calls for artificial crowd noise in empty stadiums

    England pacer Jofra Archer has said crowd noise should be played at grounds if cricket returns behind closed doors amid the coronavirus pandemic. He said, "We play music at cricket. Why can't we play some crowd simulation?" "We can play the clapping, play the oohs and the aahs and just try to make it as realistic as possible," he added.

    UN: Global trade fell 3% in 1st quarter of 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic

    Global trade has dropped 3% in the first quarter of 2020 due to coronavirus pandemic, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) said. The downturn is expected to accelerate in second quarter with global trade projected to decline 27% quarter-on-quarter.

    COVID-19 treatment: 4 Indian companies get royalty-free licences to make ‘Remdesivir’ for 127 countries

    Gilead has licensed remdesivir to 5 drugmakers in India and Pakistan who can make the experimental COVID-19 drug for distribution in 127 countries. The companies are Cipla, Hetero Labs, Jubilant Lifesciences and Mylan in India and Pakistan's Ferozsons Laboratories.

    Covid-19 news: Early lifting of US lockdowns could lead to needless deaths says Govt scientist

    The US infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci told Congress that a premature lifting of lockdowns could lead to additional outbreaks of coronavirus. "There's a real risk that you'll trigger an outbreak that you may not be able to control and, in fact paradoxically, will set you back...leading to some suffering and death that could be avoided," he said.

    T-Series Office Building Gets Sealed After A Caretaker Tests Positive For COVID-19

    BMC has sealed the T-Series office building after a caretaker tested positive for the COVID-19 infection. Read below to know more.

    Sachin Tendulkar Pledges To Provide Financial Aid To The Underprivileged

    Sachin Tendulkar has pledged to provide financial aid to 4000 underprivileged. Read below to know more.

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