Bird flu threat looms amid the COVID-19 pandemic, five states confirm infection

Bird Flu

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new infectious disease has arisen within the country. After Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, now the threat of bird flu has intensified in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala too. Hundreds of birds have been found dead in these states. Recently, Kerala has declared the bird flu as a state disaster. Union Minister Sanjeev Balayan said that the Centre has received reports of Avian influenza from five states – Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Kerala and Himachal Pradesh. In Haryana, the virus has already infected the poultry, while in…

Read More

Getting Yourself Into Shape After COVID-19 Pandemic

Yoga

COVID-19 has taken a toll on all of us and while it mentally affected all of us, it has thrashed our physical fitness as well. The reason being that we have been sitting inside our homes for so long without doing nothing that getting a layer of fat was unavoidable. This is not something made up, you can easily spot a friend of yours who you’ve seen before lockdown looking all in shape and not they’re just not. Well! There must be something that we need to do, and that…

Read More

Goa shines brighter than usual as Bollywood stars head there after lockdown lift-up

Sara ali Khan

These last couple of months have not been easy. And if you have had grand touring plans here, you might have found yourself sulking every time you caught a glimpse of your tickets. Well, you’ve not been the only one facing this, as Bollywood stars have felt trapped in the similar fashion.  As things get better, Bollywood stars have taken over the beaches of Goa. Various Bollywood A-listers like Ananya Pandey, Sara Ali Khan, Varun Dhawan and Ishan Khatter took some time out to enjoy Goa.  This is evinced by…

Read More

World’s Biggest Covid-19 vaccine study starts as the US begins trials that include 30,000 people.

Covid

While the pandemic has slowed down the pace of the world dramatically, the world now steps up to implement major retaliatory efforts. In order to beat the pandemic, scientists from all around the world are trying their best to come up with a vaccine that protects people from the virus.  The world’s biggest Covid-19 vaccine got underway on Monday as 30,000 planned volunteers stepped up to these trials to shots which are created by the US government. The US happens to be one of the many countries in the race…

Read More

WHO and Africa CDC explore treatment for Covid-19 in traditional medicine

CDC

The World Health Organization and the African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have recently launched a new effort in finding a cure for Covid-19. This effort is basically a newer approach to finding the cure to the disease as it explores more traditional medicine as a solution to the Coronavirus outbreak.  Soaring cases in South Africa raise a cause for concern which has motivated the African CDC to take different measures. Confirmed cases on the African Continent have reached 750,000 with more than half these numbers in South Africa…

Read More

Domestic Flights may increase overall capacity by Diwali, says Puri

Domestic Flights

While the Pandemic has ruined many ceremonies and reunion plans due to the suspension of flights – both domestic and international – there stirs up some hope for domestic flights in the months to come. Union Aviation minister Hardeep Puri said that he hopes the number of domestic flights will reach 55-60 percent of the pre-coronavirus level by Diwali this year.  Due to the nationwide lockdown, the entire country has been facing massive amounts of financial losses. The aviation sector has also incurred massive losses due to the two-month-long suspension…

Read More

Brazil’s coronavirus count goes past the 70k mark.

Brazil

While the global toll of people affected by the virus keeps on reaching new heights every day, there are certain countries that are hit worse than the others. In a list of countries worst affected by Covid-19, Brazil stands to be the country with the second-highest death toll, and is surpassed only by the United States of America.  In the last 24 hours, the country saw 630 new cases added to the total coronavirus related deaths, bringing Brazil’s total Coronavirus death count over 72,000.  The total number of cases in…

Read More

Paris Fashion Week goes online.

Paris Fashion Week

No paparazzi, no physical presence, no glowing divas, and shining dresses. But the Paris Fashion week will still happen without a doubt. While the world embraces a new normal, the Paris fashion week embraces a virtual platform to make sure that the Fashion capital does not lose its charm, even amid the pandemic.  The makeover has been caused by Coronavirus and designers will now be experimenting next week with online showcases to keep clients hooked and to eventually have revenues flowing in.  Several brands have taken up the onus to…

Read More

Maharashtra extend state-wide lockdown till July 31st

Uddhav Thackeray

In another string of unsurprising news, the state of Maharashtra has extended the lockdown duration to July 31st. This is due to the fact that the numbers of cases have exponentially risen and there seems to be no respite on that end.  Maharashtra is single-handedly the worst affected state in India and the tally of infected cases has reached almost 1.6 lakh. Out of these, over 74000 cases are in Mumbai alone. There are ten major cities in Maharashtra, including Mumbai that are still looked at as Red Zones and…

Read More

Eiffel Tower lights up again as the world still battles the pandemic.

Eiffel Tower

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has had far-reaching effects. Even the Eiffel Tower did not escape the impact the pandemic had, as it remained shut for around three months. However, on Thursday, people welcomed their most beloved monument as the Eiffel Tower was reopened for the masses, but with restrictions in place. Being one of the most sought-after monuments all around the world, reopening the Eiffel Tower basically would invite an influx of masses, waiting to set their eyes on the monument in all its glory. The authorities managing…

Read More