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Himanta Biswa Sarma to file criminal defamation case against Manish Sisodia over scam allegations, Sisodia brings out a ‘cancelled PO’ as his proof

Himanta Biswa Sarma said, "Stop sermonising and I will see you soon in Guwahati as you will face criminal defamation."

After toolkit expose, Congress leaders attack ‘Kapda Mantri’ Smriti Irani, here is how her ministry worked during the pandemic

From facing a shortage of domestic manufacturers of the kits India went on to become the 2nd largest producer of the PPE kits in just two months from the onset of the pandemic.

After exporting Coronavirus to the world, China holds a ‘fashion show’ of PPE kits notorious for being faulty

A variety of personal protective equipment (PPE) was featured on the ramp walk at China-Dandong Fashion Week

Telangana: 10 senior doctors and 70 nurses resign over substandard protective equipments

About 300 medical professionals in Telangana have been afflicted with the coronavirus, buttressing the doctors and nurses' claim that the protective gears provided to them is not shielding them from the coronavirus

Opposition leaders and leftist journalists circulate fake news about substandard PPE kits at AIIMS Delhi, PIB calls out the lie

Journalist Runjhun Sharma had falsely claimed that AIIMS doctors were provided with substandard N-95 and PPE kits

Indian PPE industry has grown to a Rs 10,000 crore industry in just two months, eyes export market after fulfilling domestic demand: Report

The coronavirus crisis has transformed once a moribund PPE industry and catapulted it on an unprecedented growth trajectory

From lack of domestic manufacturers to becoming 2nd largest producer of PPE suits, India shows the way

On May 18, Union Textile Minister Smriti Irani had tweeted that the production of PPE body coveralls had crossed 4.5 lacs per day.

Visakhapatnam doctor who was suspended for demanding PPEs thrashed by cops for ‘creating nuisance’ on road

Sudhakar, an anesthesiologist at Narsipatnam government hospital was suspended by the Jagan Mohan Reddy-led Andhra Pradesh government last month on disciplinary grounds after he demanded protective gears to treat coronavirus patients.

Coronavirus lockdown: When flights resume, airlines may mandate the usage of full PPEs, including face shields for cabin crew members, say reports

As per reports, it will be mandatory for each crew member of Indigo to wear a surgical mask, gloves, face shields along with a gown or a bodysuit. Vistara is planning to have its cabin crew wear a lap gown, face mask and face shield.

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