Top US doctor Fauci cautiously optimistic on having Covid vaccine by early 2021

America's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci has said that he is cautiously optimistic over the results from the current clinical trials and the possibility of developing a vaccine for COVID-19 by the end of this year or early next year.

Hundreds of Covid-19 cases, but no lockdown: What’s changed in Japan?

Nearly half of those infected in Tokyo since May 25, when the state of emergency was lifted, are in their 20s who are less likely to fall severely ill than elderly patients.

Sourav Ganguly on IPL 2020: We want to host it, first priority is India

We want to have it, as I said that cricket needs to be back: Ganguly on IPL 2020
Only once in the 12-year history of the Indian Premier League has the entire tournament been shifted out of India
Sourav Ganguly said he wants to host the tournament in India as moving outside would result in increased costs

US will ask foreign students to leave if classes go fully online

US will not issue visas to students whose colleges will offer full online courses this year.The Trump administration has asked foreign students in the US, whose colleges have shifted to online teaching, to shift to schools that have in-person classes or leave the country, a move that potentially would affect thousands of Indian students in America.

India-China disengagement: How world has changed since Galwan clash in background

By attempting to change status quo at the LAC in Ladakh through military moves, China has alienated itself more than before in the international circuit. Its design to bully the world with money and muscles is being challenged robustly now.

Coronavirus Is Airborne, Say Scientists, Ask WHO To Revise Rules: Report

Coronavirus disease spreads primarily from person to person through small droplets from nose or mouth, which are expelled when a person with COVID-19 coughs, sneezes or speaks: WHO

China Says US Sent Ships To South China Sea To Flex Its Muscles

Foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian made the comments during a daily press briefing in response to a question about two US aircraft carriers conducting operations and exercises in South China Sea.

106-year-old Delhi man, who was child during Spanish Flu, survives COVID-19

The 106-year-old patient was discharged from the Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital (RGSSH) recently after recovering.centenarian man from Delhi, who was 4 years old during the 1918 Spanish Flu, has survived COVID-19 and recovered faster than his son, in his 70s, at a dedicated coronavirus facility in New Delhi, doctors said.

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Russia denies being behind a mysterious radiation leak making its way across Scandinavia

Russia is refuting allegations that it is the source of a mysterious radiation cloud moving across Scandinavia.

China now claims Bhutan's territory, Bhutan rejects Chinese claims

Bhutan rejected China's claims and the council adopted the funding for Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary.
n yet another new move to claim land in Bhutan, China at the 58th meeting of the Global Environment Facility Council tried to "oppose" funding to a project for the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Bhutan saying that it was "disputed" territory.

Oxford vaccine Most Advanced, Sanofi Accelerates Trials says : WHO

The World Health Organisation has identified the Covid-19 vaccine candidates developed by Oxford University-AstraZeneca and Moderna Inc as the front-runners.

Brazenly lying: Viral photos of Alexander Zverev partying after promising self-isolation creates stir

After apologising for his participation in the ill-fated Adria Tour and promising self-isolation, Alexander Zverev was seen partying a private club in Monte Carlo, irking the tennis community.

China is attacking India because Xi has no one to blame for his failures: Gordon G Chang

"India needs to reinforce its troops along the border but it also needs to hit them (China) where it hurts the most (which is) the economy," Gordon Chang said about the military standoff in eastern Ladakh.

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