COVID-19 CRISIS

Kerala: 2 COVID-19 cases confirmed; 14 recovered

AMN Bringing a sigh of relief to Kerala only two Covid 19 positive cases confirmed in the state and 14 persons recovered today. By this the number of active cases in State is reduced to 111. A total of 383 persons have been recovered so far. The State Govt has requested Centre to provide special … Continue reading Kerala: 2 COVID-19 cases confirmed; 14 recovered

Delhi govt finalizing modalities for movement of migrants workers

AMN Delhi Government and City Police are finalizing modalities for the movement of migrants workers and people of other States from the national capital. In a video message, Delhi police PRO M S Randhawa said, Delhi Police is in regular touch with Resident Commissioners of different States. He said, people will need to register themselves … Continue reading Delhi govt finalizing modalities for movement of migrants workers

Maharashtra govt allows movement of migrant workers

AMN The Maharashtra government has granted permission to inter-state movement of migrant workers stranded in the state due to the nationwide lockdown imposed since 24th March in the wake of COVID 19 outbreak. The state government in a notification issued today said migrant workers, pilgrims, tourists, students and other persons stranded in the state can … Continue reading Maharashtra govt allows movement of migrant workers

4 more COVID-19 positive cases reported in Assam

AMN Four more COVID-19 positive cases have been reported in Assam today. Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that all of them are belong to Bongaigaon district. With these, total active hospital cases in the state have gone up to 11. Mr. Sarma visited Bongaigaon district today to take stock of the situation and has … Continue reading 4 more COVID-19 positive cases reported in Assam

US records 2,502 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours

WEB DESK The United States recorded 2,502 coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, according to the latest real-time tally yesterday as reported by Johns Hopkins University. After two days of a relative easing in the toll on Sunday and Monday, the numbers have spiked again the past two days. At least 60,853 people have … Continue reading US records 2,502 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours

Sri Lanka govt to reimpose curfew in all districts as COVID cases continue to rise

WEB DESK Sri Lankan government has decided to reimpose curfew in all districts of the country from this evening as COVID cases continue to rise with 27 persons tested positive on Wednesday. The number of active cases have risen to 506 while 136 have recovered and seven died out of total 649 infections so far. … Continue reading Sri Lanka govt to reimpose curfew in all districts as COVID cases continue to rise

Doubling rate of COVID-19 cases improves to 10.9 days in last 3 days

AMN Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has said that the country is progressively moving towards better overall situation day by day as the doubling rate of COVID-19 stands at 10.9 days over the last three days. He said, however, it is 10.2 over the last seven days and 8.7 over the last 14 days. … Continue reading Doubling rate of COVID-19 cases improves to 10.9 days in last 3 days

India to produce indigenous Rapid testing Kits by end of May

AMN / NEW DELHI Union Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan has said that India will produce indigenous Rapid Testing Kits for Covid-19 by end of May. Dr. Harsh Vardhan called upon scientists to expedite the development Covid 19 mitigation solutions. He said at least half a dozen vaccines are being supported of which four are in … Continue reading India to produce indigenous Rapid testing Kits by end of May

Mexico: Death toll from COVID-19 rises to 1,569

WEB DESK The death toll from the Novel Corona virus disease (COVID-19) has risen to 1,569 in Mexico. Health Ministry said, the number of confirmed cases has increased over the past 24 hours by 1,223. The number of positive COVID tests has reached 16,752 and active cases to 5,329. The World Health Organization (WHO) on … Continue reading Mexico: Death toll from COVID-19 rises to 1,569

Plasma Therapy is not a perfect treatment: Govt

Our Correspondent / New Delhi India’s Health Ministry today said that plasma therapy for COVID-19 was one of the therapies being experimented with but there was no evidence for its use as a treatment. Health Ministry Joint Secretary Lav Agarwal said the use of this therapy without adequate safeguards could be “life threatening”. The Official … Continue reading Plasma Therapy is not a perfect treatment: Govt

SPORTS

Dutee Chand to receive Chhattisgarh Veerni Award

AMN Dutee Chand, the Jakarta Asian Games silver-medalist in 100 and 200 metres, will receive Chhattisgarh V ...

Odisha CM felicitates star cyclist Swasti Singh

WEB DESK Odisha Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today felicitated star cyclist Swasti Singh. Praising her eff ...

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 ...

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

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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 ...