The Hindu journalist offers bizarre justification after their February prediction on vaccination proved to be wrong
The Hindu had claimed that India can't administer 400 covid-19 vaccine doses by July 2021, which was achieved by 17th July
Odisha: Police book 2 from ISKCON for Covid norms violation during Rath Yatra, had shared video of watching procession from balcony
Odisha Police detained 10 for allegedly violating Covid-19 norms during the Rath Yatra in Puri, including 2 from ISKCON.
After the Taliban killed Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, pictures of his family being sold on Getty for Rs 23,000 each
Incidentally, Getty Images had hosted pictures of funeral pyres of Covid victims in India at the same price as that of the relatives of Danish Siddiqui
Liberals refuse to call out Taliban over Danish Siddiqui’s killing, make it seem as if he died due to natural causes
Danish Siddiqui was killed in Kandahar province while he was on a reporting assignment embedded with Afghan security forces.
Modi govt places single largest order of 66 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses, targets to vaccinate 94.4 crore people by December
Indian government placed an order for 66 crores Covid-19 vaccine doses worth Rs 14,505 crore with Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech
There are no rules anymore: How journalists have only themselves to blame for the viral photo of Danish Siddiqui’s corpse
Reuters photojournalist Danish Siddiqui was killed in Afghanistan during clashes with Taliban and a photo of his dead body is now viral.
Journalist asks people to not circulate photo of dead reporter, after sharing photos of funeral pyres he clicked, netizens call her hypocrite
Reuters photojournalist Danish Siddiqui was killed by the Taliban during clashes at Spin Boldak district in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Recently, Uttarakhand had to send back more than 5,000 vehicles (around 8000 people) headed for Nainital and Mussoorie as the travellers couldn’t produce necessary documents, hotel reservation papers and RT-PCR reports.
A doctor’s diary: An experience of a dermatologist as a patient, as an attendant and physician during COVID-19 pandemic
As India slowly crawls back to normalcy amid the looming threat of the third wave of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, a doctor describes how he lived through the second wave in three different roles.
Experts have expressed caution over the move as even during the lockdown the number of coronavirus cases and fatalities had increased