Lockdown 4.0: Create your own E-Pass to go from one state to another for special work, follow these 7 steps


In Lockdown-4, however, much has been relaxed. But still, it is not allowed to go from one state to another. So if you get any special work and you have to travel from one state to another. For this, you will need an E-Pass. To make e-pass, you have to follow these rules: New Delhi. Corona period is going on all over the world. Lockdown 4 has been declared to prevent its spread. The Lockdown of the fourth phase has been announced in the country which will last till 31 May. In Lockdown-4, however, much has been relaxed. But…

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


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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Google Meet Allows Video Chat with 100 people for Free


Google Meet Video Conferencing is free for anyone who wishes to use it through G Suite. Anyone having a Google account will be able to create new and free meetings up to 100 people simultaneously or at once. This platform was initially launched as a premium platform but seeing the demand amidst coronavirus outbreak, it is offering free versions now. Google Duo and Hangouts were already accessible for casual video chatting. Now, Google Meet permits up to 100 members on a video call at once. It highlights features such as…

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Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar announces incentives for MSMEs


In view of the important role of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in economic development, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday made several announcements to bring these industries back on track. In view of the important role of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in economic development, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday made several announcements to bring these industries back on track. These include setting up bank complaint information centres for redressal of issues related to banks, extending the date to deposit electricity bills…

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Vijay as Professor, Shah Rukh Khan as Berlin: ‘Money Heist’ Director Alex Rodrigo Picks His Cast for Indian Version

money heist

During an interview, ‘Money Heist’ director Alex Rodrigo picked his cast from a lot of Indian actors. And we have to say, he makes interesting choices. Money Heist has become one of the most loved and followed shows on Netflix right now, to the extent that many fans are trying to cast actors from their native countries in separate versions of the show. Indians too have not been behind in the trend, with many online polls also running as to which star will be cast as what character from Money…

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Video of bodies next to patients in Mumbai hospital sparks row

Coronavirus Impact

A video of bodies wrapped in plastic bags lying next to patients at Mumbai’s Sion Hospital shared on social media kicked off protests against the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) here today. The video, second in less than two weeks, showed bodies lying unattended on hospital beds. “Patients are sleeping next to the bodies at Sion Hospital. Very shameful. Since the patients have died of Covid-19, this will cause the spread of infection,” BJP MLA Nitesh Rane said in a video statement. With the opposition gunning for the Shiv Sena, Mumbai…

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COVID cases worldwide cross the 3.5 million mark.


Despite the governments all around the world working day in and out towards the containment of the virus outbreak, coronavirus cases all around the world have now crossed the 3.5 million mark. Statistics suggest that 3/4th of the cases worldwide are in Europe and the United States. Worldwide reports suggest that there are at least 3,500,517 infection cases and 246,893 deaths have been recorded so far. Among the continents, Europe seems to be the worst hit continent with over 1.5 million cases and over 143,000 deaths. Nations all around the…

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Large hole in the Ozone layer above the Arctic

Ozone layer

Ozone layer depletion over the Antarctica and Arctic zones is a frequent phenomenon, which occurs every year.  Usually, the size of the “hole” in the Ozone layer above Antarctica is larger than that above the Arctic zones. The dimensions of the hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica is in the range of 25 million square kilometers, and it is less than 1 million square kilometers for the ozone layer above the Arctic zone. The reason for the depletion of the Ozone layer above the Arctic and Antarctic zones is…

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National emergency in the USA

National Emergency in USA

The US is in state of national emergency now! The total number of COVID-19 infected individuals in the US has risen to 1300 and the death toll has reached 33, as per reports by Federal officials. Dismayed over the lack of test kits and testing facilities, US President Donald Trump has increased pressure on US public health authorities. Also, the president has declared a fund of $50 billion for countering the deadly virus. Most of the funds will be invested in developing test kits and equipping the hospitals for treating…

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COVID-19 attacks India!


After creating havoc around the world, COVID-19 has set its foot in India also. So far, 28 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, the Union Health Minister of India. 22 new cases of the deadly infection have been confirmed today, bringing the total number of infected patients to 28. Out of these 28, 3 patients from Kerala have recovered completely. 16 out of the 22 new cases confirmed today are from Jaipur and 6 are from Agra. A total of 66 cases were tested through…

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