COVID-19 CRISIS

Indian-American Physician studies to find if prayers affect COVID-19

WEB DESK Indian-American Physician launches study to find if prayers could heal Covid-19 patients An Indian-American physician in Kansas City has begun a study to find if something called remote intercessory prayer might initiate God to heal those infected with the Corona virus. Dr. Dhanunjaya Lakkireddy launched the four-month prayer study on Friday, which involves … Continue reading Indian-American Physician studies to find if prayers affect COVID-19

France: Coronavirus-related deaths reach 24,760

WEB DESK The number of coronavirus-related deaths in France reached 24,760 yesterday after another 166 patients died of COVID-19, the Health Ministry said. The statement said, since March 1, the country witnessed 24,760 deaths related to COVID-19. It is noted that 15,487 people died in hospitals, and 9,273 in nursing homes. A total of 25,800 … Continue reading France: Coronavirus-related deaths reach 24,760

Pakistan’s coronavirus tally crosses 19,000 after 989 new infections

WEB DESK Pakistan’s coronavirus tally crossed 19,000 today after 989 new patients were diagnosed in the last 24 hours. The Ministry of National Health Services said 23 patients died in this period, taking the total toll to 440. So far, 4,817 people have recovered from the deadly virus, the ministry said. The authorities so far … Continue reading Pakistan’s coronavirus tally crosses 19,000 after 989 new infections

Turkey: Corona cases rise by 1,983, lowest daily number

WEB DESK The number of the coronavirus cases in Turkey rose by 1,983 in the past day to cross over 124,000, which is the lowest daily number since March 30, according to figures released by Health Minister Fahrettin Koca yesterday. Mr Koca wrote on twitter that, as many as 4,451 patients recovered over the past … Continue reading Turkey: Corona cases rise by 1,983, lowest daily number

COVID-19: 11,400 cases confirmed in Ukraine

WEB DESK A total of more than 11,400 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Ukraine, where the death toll from COVID-19 currently stands at 279, the country’s Health Ministry informs. The Ministry said in a statement yesterday that in the past 24 hours, 550 new cases have been registered. According to the release, seven new … Continue reading COVID-19: 11,400 cases confirmed in Ukraine

Relief package for MSME sector to be announced soon: Nitin Gadkari

AMN Small and Medium Enterprises Minister Nitin Gadkari has said, government is likely to announce a relief package for the MSME sector soon. Addressing a webinar in New Delhi today Mr Gadkari said, recommendations for a relief package have been sent to Finance Minister and the Prime Minister. The package is expected to be announced … Continue reading Relief package for MSME sector to be announced soon: Nitin Gadkari

South Africa begins to ease lockdown

WEB DESK South Africa began easing one of the worlds strictest lockdowns today. In Johannesburg, Cape Town and other cities, people headed to the malls to buy warm clothes for winter, which brings a new challenge in combating the virus- flu season. South Africa has more than 5,600 cases of COVID-19. As the country eases … Continue reading South Africa begins to ease lockdown

UAE: COVID-19 cases rise to 13,038 with 557 new infections

WEB DESK The Ministry of Health and Prevention of United Arab Emirates (MoHaP) today announced 557 new cases of COVID-19 taking the total number of cases in the country to 13,038. MoHaP also announced 114 new recoveries, taking the total number of recoveries to 2,543. Six more COVID-19 patients have died in the country. The … Continue reading UAE: COVID-19 cases rise to 13,038 with 557 new infections

Myanmar extends closure of preschools till May 15

WEB DESK Government of Myanmar has extended the closure of pre-schools in the country till May 15. The pre-schools have been closed since March 16 in view of the Corona pandemic. According to the Ministry of Social Welfare of Myanmar, the closure has been extended as the children and the elderly are high risk persons … Continue reading Myanmar extends closure of preschools till May 15

China mishandled situation after coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan: US

WEB DESK The US has said that China mishandled the situation after the coronavirus outbreak in its Wuhan city. But it refrained from giving a definitive answer on retaliatory measures against Beijing. Led by the United States, several countries, including Germany, Britain and Australian, are blaming China for the spread of coronavirus across the globe. … Continue reading China mishandled situation after coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan: US

SPORTS

Hockey: Dominant India outplay Argentina 3-0 in the FIH Pro League

HPL 2020-21 - M86 - Men ARG v IND 11/4/21,Argentina, Capital Federal Location: CENARD PHOTO: Rodrigo Jarami ...

Kiren Rijiju inaugurates KICE in Rowing in Srinagar

AMN Union sports minister Kiren Rijiju inaugurated the Khelo India Centre of Excellence in Rowing in Srinag ...

خبرنامہ

قرآن کریم اور اس کی 26 آیتیں: صرف ترجمہ نہیں ،تفسیر بھی پڑھیں

جو لوگ مذہب کی بنیاد پر اسلام میں غیر مسلموں کے قتل کو جائز سم ...

بنگلہ دیش کے قومی دن کے پروگرام کے موقع پر وزیر اعظم کے خطاب کا متن

ئی دلّی ، 26 مارچ / نوموشکار ! حضراتِ گرامی  ، بنگلہ دی ...

چھتیس گڑھ میں ماؤنوازوں کے حملے میں پانچ سکیورٹی اہلکارہلاک اور 12 زخمی ہوگئے۔

یہ واقعہ بستر خطے کے نرائن پور ضلعے میں آج شام اُس وقتپ آیا ج ...

TECH AWAAZ

Abu Dhabi Digital signs partnership agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise

WEB DESK The Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA)has signed a partnership agreement with Hewlett Packard Ente ...

Indian Army develops messaging application ‘Secure Application for Internet’

file phot AMN Indian Army has developed a simple messaging application named the Secure Application for ...

MARQUEE

It is time to relish ‘Sadabahar’ mango

By Andalib Akhter A farmer from Kota, Rajasthan has developed an innovative mango variety called ‘Sadabah ...

Indian Army Closes Down Military Farms

WEB DESK After 132 years of glorious service to the nation, curtains were drawn on Military Farms. These Fa ...

MEDIA

There is no proposal to appoint a regulator for social media: Govt

AMN / WEB DESK The government has said that there is no proposal to appoint a regulator for social media. I ...

Centre approves financial assistance of Rs 5 lakh in death cases of journalists

Staff Reporter / NEW DELHI The Government today said that it has approved financial assistance of 5 lakh ru ...