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SC questions delay in creating unorganised workers’ database

The Supreme Court on Friday questioned the delay in getting the national database of unorganised workers up and running as it reserved its...

Don’t make kids pay | The Indian Express

With the Covid positivity curve bending appreciably in most parts of the country, the second wave of the pandemic appears to be abating....

Kerala: 2nd Covid-19 surge sees rise in cases among tribals

While 7.67 per cent of the general population has tested positive for Covid, only 3.59 per cent of the total tribal population in...

Matter of compensation | The Indian Express

The slide in economic activities due to the imposition of localised lockdowns to deal with the second wave of Covid-19 is likely to...

Yogi Adityanath says second Covid wave blunted, UP in safe zone

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday claimed that his government was able to blunt the second wave of Covid-19, declaring that...

‘A blessing if my dance can bring some joy’: Assam’s dancing...

As the second Covid-19 wave continues to impact the nation, it is taking a heavy toll on healthcare workers. Amid the gloom and...

Daily Briefing: CISF DG named new CBI chief; Moderna vaccine likely...

Good morning,  The Big Story  The Central Bureau of Investigation got a new chief, Subodh Kumar Jaiswal, who was picked over at least two frontrunners,...

Barclays cuts India’s FY22 GDP estimate to 9.2% on second wave,...

A British brokerage on Tuesday cut India’s FY22 GDP growth estimate by a sharp 0.80 per cent to 9.2 per cent, saying the...

Daily Briefing: Variant in India needs 2 vaccine doses for more...

Good morning, The Second Wave  As the country continues to grapple with a severe shortage of vaccines, a study carried out by the UK health...

ICMR advises against indiscriminate Covid home testing using RAT

The ICMR on Wednesday issued an advisory stating that Covid-19 home testing using Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT) is advised only in symptomatic individuals...