Government of India has ordered DRDO to setup 850 oxygen plants across country under PM CARES Fund
‘Messiah’ Sonu Sood promises to arrange 2-DG drug for patient, although it is commercially unavailable
Sonu Sood courted controversy after he promised to arrange the indigenous anti-COVID oral drug 2-deoxy-D-glucose (2-DG).
Anti-viral drug 2-DG is not commercially available yet, do not fall prey to fraudsters: warns Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories
Dr Reddy's said that commercial launch and supply of 2DG to major government and private hospitals is expected to commence in mid-June
‘This is your blessing’: INMAS director whose team developed 2-DG drug thanks his physics teacher Rajnath Singh
Dr AK Mishra, the director of INMAS, stated that Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh was his physics lecturer back in the 1980s.
First batch of anti-COVID oral drug 2-DG launched: All you need to know about the DRDO-developed medicine
India's indigenous anti-viral oral 2-DG drug is expected to be made available to all hospital by June, 2020
Patanjali was the first Indian company to publish a research paper on the new Covid-19 drug approved by DCGI: Read details
Patanjali had published a research paper on use of the drug 2-deoxy-D-glucose for Covid-19 treatment in March 2020
Netizens also called out Kejriwal government's shamelessness at rushing to take credit for facilities set up by Central government
Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) will be reestablishing a Covid-19 hospital with 500 beds equipped with ICU facilities in Delhi Cantonment. The facility will be operational by Sunday with an initial capacity of 250 beds.
India successfully test-fires BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from a Sukhoi-30, hits target 4000 km away from the staring airbase
Earlier India had carried out successful test-firing of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from INC Chennai in Arabian Sea.
Fascinating visuals: India successfully test-fires BrahMos supersonic cruise missile with pinpoint precision
BrahMos supersonic cruise missile successfully test-fired with pin point percision from indigenous stealth destroyer INS Chennai