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    Covishield Produces More Antibodies than Covaxin
    Covishield Produces More Antibodies than Covaxin
    A study conducted by Coronavirus Vaccine-induced Antibody Titre (COVAT) has found that seropositivity rates and median anti-spike antibody titre was significantly higher in Astra Zeneca’s Covishield as compared to Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin.
    Twitter Removes Verified Badge From Naidu's Account
    Twitter Removes Verified Badge From Naidu's Account
    In an incident that shows that Twitter can withdraw the blue verified badge against any verified account irrespective of the importance of the position of the account holder, the social media
    No Covid Deaths Among The Fully Vaccinated People
    No Covid Deaths Among The Fully Vaccinated People
    Even amidst fears there are myths surrounding the vaccination. Some are still believing that even the the people who got the two jabs of vaccine are not completely shielded by the virus.
    2nd Made-in-India vax coming, deal signed for 30 cr doses
    2nd Made-in-India vax coming, deal signed for 30 cr doses
    In another landmark move in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic, the Central government has booked 30 crore doses of another Made-in-India vaccine to be manufactured by Hyderabad-based Biological-E's Covid vaccine, which is still in final phase of clinical trials.
    Ashoka Performs Mass Last Rites Of Over 1,000 Bodies
    Ashoka Performs Mass Last Rites Of Over 1,000 Bodies
    After waiting for more than two months, with no relatives coming to pick even the 'asthi' (Potful ash and bone remnants), Karnataka revenue minister, R. Ashoka has performed last rites of over 1,000 'Asthis' in triveni sangama in Srirangapattana here.
    Eight deaths in 20 days: A family in shock and grief
    Eight deaths in 20 days: A family in shock and grief
    Imalia village situated on the outskirts of Lucknow is embedded in silent shock and grief.
    Rahul unfollows 50 people, including aides, on Twitter
    Rahul unfollows 50 people, including aides, on Twitter
    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday unfollowed about fifty people on Twitter, including his personal aides and some social media influencers and journalists.
    Lowest Covid cases in 50 days as deaths dip below 3K
    Lowest Covid cases in 50 days as deaths dip below 3K
    India reported 1,27,510 new infections in 24 hours -- its lowest in 50 days, as 2,795 more succumbed to the pandemic, the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry said on Tuesday.
    Businesses Flourishing Surrounding Covid-19 Fears
    Businesses Flourishing Surrounding Covid-19 Fears
    The first business sector that took off to the skies with the onset of Covid-19 is that of face masks and hand sanitizers.
    Sasikala Hints She Will Be Back In TN Politics
    Sasikala Hints She Will Be Back In TN Politics
    The close associate of former Chief Minister late J. Jayalalithaa and the former General secretary of AIADMK, V.K. Sasikala popularly known as Chinnamma among the AIADMK cadres has reportedly hinted that she would return to active politics.
    Politics And Patronage Around Covaxin In Global Senario
    Politics And Patronage Around Covaxin In Global Senario
    Covaxin, the first indegenious Covid-19 vaccine became a point of pride for make-in-India slogan at the outset of 2021.
    Covid crisis biggest failure of Modi 2.0: Survey
    Covid crisis biggest failure of Modi 2.0: Survey
    For the first time in seven years, red lines have been breached on the approval ratings of the Narendra Modi government.
    1 Min Modi-Mamata meeting triggers huge controversy
    1 Min Modi-Mamata meeting triggers huge controversy
    It was a meeting that hardly lasted for a minute but the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee created a huge political controversy.
    International flights suspension extended till June 30
    International flights suspension extended till June 30
    India on Friday extended the suspension on international commercial flight operations till June 30, 2021.
    Buzz: Party Defends Its Decision About Shailaja
    Buzz: Party Defends Its Decision About Shailaja
    Things in the ruling CPI-M led Left was all happy and cheerful following the historic comeback of Pinarayi Vijayan but all changed after news of K.K. Shailaja being dropped from new cabinet became known.