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Covid-19: A third wave may come, but it is not going to especially target children. Facts Vs speculations

Speculations that the next Covid wave in India is going to hit children are misleading. Here are the facts.

UNHRC, which tried to help Prashant Bhushan keep illegal Rohingyas in India, could be compromised by China, UK Parliamentary Panel finds

UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee is all set to release a report that says that China is on its way to breaking up multilateral organisations

US FDA rejects emergency use application for Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin, asks Ocugen to launch additional trial for full approval

The US FDA had asked Ocugen to pursue BLA submission and not Emergency Use Approval(EUA), paving the way for the vaccine's full approval in the United States.

From why send vaccines abroad to why not: Congress’ stand on vaccines is more confused than Rahul Gandhi

Shashi Tharoor attacked the Union Government for halting exports of Covid-19 vaccines in light of the second wave of the pandemic.

‘No such variant exists’: Modi Government asks social media firms to remove reference to ‘Indian variant’ of COVID-19

On Friday, the Indian government asked all social media companies to take down any content that refers to an "Indian variant" of COVID-19

As WHO finally admits that Covid-19 virus can be ‘airborne’, read how it had refused the possibility for a year, rejected evidence given by...

WHO had rejected studies by aerosol scientists confirming that Covid-19 virus can be airborne, relying on decades old faulty theories

WHO chief Tedros, accused of covering up epidemic in Ethiopia, wants wealthy nations to halt inoculating the ‘healthy’, donate to poor nations

The WHO chief had come under severe criticism for their conduct since the pandemic broke out in China.

‘UP going the last mile to stop COVID-19,’ WHO lauds Yogi Govt’s efforts to tackle spread: Here is what the UP Govt is doing...

Efforts of Yogi Govt to tackle the Coronavirus surge gets acclamation from the World health organisation (WHO).

After delaying India and South Africa’s proposal for months, USA to finally support TRIPs waiver on Covid vaccines at WTO

India and South Africa had brought a proposal at the WTO to lift IP restrictions for Covid vaccines and medicines back in October 2020. The proposal has been repeatedly blocked by the US, UK and EU.

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