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Bharat Biotech allowed COVAXIN trials on children aged 12+

04 Jan 2021

India
Bharat Biotech allowed COVAXIN trials on children aged 12+

Hyderabad-based pharmaceutical company Bharat Biotech has been allowed to conduct clinical trials for its COVID-19 vaccine on children above the age of 12.

1.7 million deaths in 2019 linked to air pollution

22 Dec 2020

India
1.7 million deaths in 2019 linked to air pollution

A staggering 18% of deaths in India in 2019, 1.7 million in numbers, were linked with air pollution, a study published in The Lancet Planetary Health revealed.

Coronavirus: Government says it doesn't plan to vaccinate entire country

01 Dec 2020

India
Coronavirus: Government says it doesn't plan to vaccinate entire country

The government on Tuesday said that it has never talked about vaccinating the entire country against the coronavirus disease.

India has world's highest number of COVID-19 recoveries: Health Ministry

29 Sep 2020

India
India has world's highest number of COVID-19 recoveries: Health Ministry

India has the highest number of recovered cases of COVID-19 in the world, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday.

51% COVID deaths in India in people above 60: Centre

25 Aug 2020

India
51% COVID deaths in India in people above 60: Centre

The Union Health Ministry on Tuesday said that of all the coronavirus-related deaths in India, over half involved people above the age of 60 years.

All you need to know about India's COVID-19 vaccines

09 Jul 2020

Technology
All you need to know about India's COVID-19 vaccines

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to surge worldwide, efforts to develop a vaccine have been expedited.

India targets to launch first COVID-19 vaccine by August 15

03 Jul 2020

India
India targets to launch first COVID-19 vaccine by August 15

In a major development, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has announced its plan to launch a COVID-19 vaccine for public use by August 15.

Community transmission of coronavirus hasn't started in India: ICMR

11 Jun 2020

India
Community transmission of coronavirus hasn't started in India: ICMR

Amid a worrying spike in coronavirus cases, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on Thursday reiterated that India hasn't entered the community transmission stage yet, and underlined that the population affected by COVID-19 is less.

COVID-19: ICMR defends Hydroxychloroquine's use after WHO halts trials

26 May 2020

India
COVID-19: ICMR defends Hydroxychloroquine's use after WHO halts trials

Hours after the World Health Organization (WHO) suspended all ongoing trials of anti-malaria drug Hydroxychloroquine over safety concerns, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has defended its use.

Coronavirus: India 'flattens the curve'; COVID-19 growth now 'linear'

23 Apr 2020

India
Coronavirus: India 'flattens the curve'; COVID-19 growth now 'linear'

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on Thursday said that India has flattened the curve of the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus: FIR against Noida company that hid staffers' travel history

29 Mar 2020

India
Coronavirus: FIR against Noida company that hid staffers' travel history

An FIR will be registered against a private company in Noida for hiding the travel history of its staffers from authorities.

Hindu American Foundation accuses USCIRF of spreading misinformation about CAA

07 Mar 2020

World
Hindu American Foundation accuses USCIRF of spreading misinformation about CAA

A top Hindu body in the United States, the Hindu American Foundation (HAF), has accused the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) of spreading misinformation about the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

Coronavirus-scare: One school shut in Noida, another to follow footsteps

03 Mar 2020

India
Coronavirus-scare: One school shut in Noida, another to follow footsteps

A day after two people were tested positive for coronavirus in India, one famous school in Noida shut on Tuesday for the next three days. Another school will shut from tomorrow till March 11, reports TOI.