IPL possible with international stars after the monsoon, says BCCI CEO Rahul Johri

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The CEO of the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI), Rahul Johri has recently stated that plans are in progress of conducting the much-awaited sporting event in India, the IPL, or Indian Premier League.  The essence of IPL is the collaboration of Indian talent along with international stars. However, in the light of recent happenings due to the pandemic, it has become increasingly difficult to conduct any activity that involves social gatherings.  The major decider with regards to finalizing the decision about conduction of IPL hinges around the World…

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SBI credit card users Alert!: Know this amazing offer to get cashback on education fee payment

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Amazing news for State Bank of India (SBI) account holders. Customers of can now enjoy cashback on payment of education fees through Paytm. The company – SBI Cards and Payment Services Limited (SBICPSL) which operates its credit card services under the brand ‘SBI Card’ is offering a cashback of 2.5 percent on a minimum spend of Rs 12500. The offer can be found on the company’s website and official Twitter handle. “Offer alert! Pay education fees with your SBI credit card through Paytm and get 2.5% cashback on a minimum spend…

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First COVID-19 Vaccine Tested on Humans in US Shows Promise

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Moderna Inc’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine, the first coronavirus vaccine to be tested on people in the US appears to be safe and able to stimulate an immune response against the virus, its manufacturer, Moderna announced on Monday. The findings are based on results from the first eight people who each received two doses of the vaccine, starting in March. Those people, healthy volunteers, made antibodies that were then tested in human cells in the lab and were able to stop the virus from replicating — the key requirement for an…

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No need to shut entire office building if one or two coronavirus cases found: Health Ministry’s new workplace guidelines

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Health Ministry’s new workplace guidelines:  As India entered the fourth phase of its nationwide lockdown with relaxations and offices and working places opening, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has issued guidelines on preventive and response measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 in workplace settings. According to the new workplace guidelines, there is no need to close the entire office building and stall work in other areas of the office, and work can be resumed after disinfection as per laid down protocol if there are one or two cases…

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