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Glimmer of Hope Seen in India, but Virus Crisis Not Over Yet

A dip in the number of coronavirus cases in Mumbai is offering a glimmer of hope for India, which is suffering through a surge of infections.
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Binance's Indian exchange lists Shiba Inu coin a day after Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin's $1 billion donation

Changpeng Zhao is the CEO of the world's largest crypto exchange Binance. Binance India's WazirX crypto exchange listed shiba inu coin this week. Shiba inu coin, which launched less than a year ago, took inspiration from dogecoin. The listing comes a day after Vitalik Buterin donated $1 billion worth of the tokens to a crypto-based COVID-19 relief fund for India. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. The largest cryptocurrency exchange in India ...
Tags: India, Trends, Mumbai, Coinbase, Kraken, Coinmarketcap, Shiba Inu, Vitalik Buterin, Buterin, Binance, Changpeng Zhao, COVID, Nischal Shetty, Isabelle Lee, Shib, Binance Binance India


India Reports Daily Rise of 326,098 in Coronavirus Infections

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India reported on Saturday 326,098 new coronavirus infections over the prior 24 hours, taking its tally to 24.37 million, while...
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Binance's Indian exchange lists Shiba Inu coin a day after Ehtereum creator Vitalik Buterin's $1 billion donation

Changpeng Zhao is the CEO of the world's largest crypto exchange Binance. Binance India's WazirX crypto exchange listed shiba inu coin this week. Shiba inu coin, which launched less than a year ago, took inspiration from dogecoin. The listing comes a day after Vitalik Buterin donated $1 billion worth of the tokens to a crypto-based COVID-19 relief fund for India. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. The largest cryptocurrency exchange in India ...
Tags: India, Trends, Mumbai, Coinbase, Kraken, Coinmarketcap, Shiba Inu, Vitalik Buterin, Buterin, Binance, Changpeng Zhao, COVID, Nischal Shetty, Isabelle Lee, Shib, Binance Binance India


Uncertainty over contracts for India Women as they prepare for England tour

The squad hasn't been named yet, but players have been asked to assemble in Mumbai on May 18
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Uncertainly over contracts for India Women as they prepare for England tour

The squad hasn't been named yet, but players have been asked to assemble in Mumbai on May 18
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Despite Being On Oxygen Himself, Srinagar’s 50YO Asthma Patient Supplies Oxygen Cylinders To COVID-19 Patients!

As the nation battles with rising COVID-19 cases, shortage of medicine, oxygen cylinders and hospital beds , people from every corner of the country, in fact, the world, are coming forward to offer help and do their bit. One such selfless man from Srinagar came into the limelight who has been delivering oxygen cylinders to hospitals and needy COVID-19 patients despite being on oxygen himself for the past three years. Manzoor Ahmad is an asthma patient and carries an oxygen cylinder with ...
Tags: Business, Social Enterprise, Mumbai, Social Impact, Srinagar, Ahmad, Manzoor Ahmad, Ghaziabad, COVID-19, COVID, Covid19, CovidWarriors, COVID Warriors, COVIDHEROES, Oxygen Himself Srinagar


J&K Teacher Turns Into A Health Worker; Record COVID-19 Sample Collection To Curb The Cases!

When a Kashmir based teacher tested positive for COVID-19, reality hit her hard. And that’s when she decided to work as a health counsellor and help the localities. Babli Rani, originally from Bhaderwah, Doda, has been working in Kashmir for 11 years as a teacher. Things were fine until the virus caught her — and when she tested negative, she signed up as a health counsellor to do her bit. “Since schools were shut due to COVID-19 and reduced activity, I decided to work as a health functiona...
Tags: Business, Mumbai, Kashmir, Social Impact, Rani, Ghaziabad, Ganderbal, COVID-19, COVID, Covid19, Covid-19 test kit, CovidWarriors, COVID Warriors, COVIDHEROES, Chennai Welfare Group, Babli Rani


WAPIZ Oxygen Concentrator Project

– Aim To Provide Each Baug With 1 Oxygen Concentrator – The most heart-wrenching news heard daily, in connection with the ongoing pandemic, is that scores of people are dying due to lack of availability of a hospital bed and OXYGEN, when needed urgently. The government is trying its best to meet this urgent need, but the present situation calls for some immediate action on our part too. WAPIZ IS WORKING TO PROVIDE ONE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR TO EACH AND EVERY BAUG IN MUMBAI CITY. An oxygen conce...
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This Celebrity Couple Got Married In Just INR 150; Saved Remaining For COVID-19 Relief Funds!

We belong to a society where big fat weddings matter more than do waqt ki roti! Now one thing that COVID-19 has forced the Indian janta to do is to limit their guests at weddings with limited expenditure. While some might like this idea of a small close-knitted celebration, others are not much. Now, often, celebrities are expected to throw big parties and hefty functions before their weddings as a part of the glamour world, but recently, a celebrity couple decided to go south with it. Cel...
Tags: Business, CSR, Mumbai, Trending, Saloni, Bandra, Entertainment News, Viraf, Viraf Patel, COVID-19, COVID, Covid19, Covid News, Chennai Welfare Group, Viraf Patell


This man sold his car to help India's Covid patients breathe

Shahnawaz Shaikh -- better known as the "oxygen man" -- runs an NGO providing free oxygen to Covid-19 patients in Mumbai as India battles a devastating second wave of the virus. He even sold his car to raise funds.
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One chart shows how dramatically the pace of vaccinations differs from country to country

People wait in line to receive COVID-19 vaccines in Mumbai, India, April 24, 2021. Satish Bate/Hindustan Times/Getty Images The global vaccine rollout is very uneven - some nations may reach herd immunity years before others. Israel, the US, and UK are vaccinating people fastest, while Brazil, India, and Japan trail behind. One chart shows when 18 different countries will reach three key vaccination milestones. See more stories on Insider's business page. By next week, around half the...
Tags: South Korea, Japan, UK, Science, News, China, Russia, Israel, US, Trends, Egypt, South Africa, Healthcare, Brazil, World Health Organization, Astrazeneca


Indian PM Modi to Skip G7 Meet in Britain Due to COVID-19 Crisis

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not travel to Britain for the Group of Seven (G7) summit next month because of the...
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COVID-19 patients in India are developing deadly 'black fungus' infections which can lead to blindness

BSIP / Contributor/Getty Images Some hospitals in India have seen a rise in mucormycosis, a life-threatening infection known as "black fungus." Experts say steroids used to treat COVID-19 may be linked fueling the uptick by dampening patients' immune systems. One doctor in Mumbai said 11 of his patients have required life-saving eye removal surgery. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In the wake of India's second wave of COVID-19, hospitals are reporting an uptick in ...
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COVID-19 patients in India are developing deadly 'black fungus' infections that can lead to blindness

BSIP / Contributor/Getty Images Hospitals in India have seen a rise in cases of mucormycosis, a life-threatening infection. Experts have linked steroids that treat COVID-19 to the uptick since they dampen the immune system. One doctor in Mumbai said 11 of his patients had required life-saving eye-removal surgery. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In the wake of India's second wave of COVID-19, hospitals are reporting an uptick in cases of mucormycosis, or "black fungus" -...
Tags: Mexico, India, Trends, Bbc, Mumbai, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Reuters, Manchester University, Nair, COVID, Kelsie Sandoval, Akshay Nair, UK US France Austria Brazil, David Denning


This Mumbai Based Company Launched A Personalized WhatsApp Chatbot To Fight COVID-19!

India witnessed four lakh COVID-19 cases for consecutive four days. While a lot of private and community-based organizations and volunteers are trying to help people in finding oxygen cylinders, plasma, hospital beds and ventilators, there are still a lot of queries and requirements floating every day on Twitter. To help people with their queries and fight COVID-19 in their own way, a Mumbai based company came up with their own personalized WhatsApp chatbot that helps people in finding re...
Tags: Business, India, Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh, HQ, Anupam, PAN India, NITIE, COVID-19, COVID, Covid19-tech, COVID tracing app, COVID-19 Tips, CovidWarriors, COVIDHEROES, Mumbai Based Company


India's Daily COVID-19 Deaths Near Record, Calls for Nationwide Lockdown Mount

MUMBAI (Reuters) -India's COVID-19 deaths rose by more than 4,000 for a second consecutive day on Sunday as calls for a nationwide lockdown to curb...
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Arzan Nagwaswalla, a Parsi in Team India after 28 years

Farokh Engineer played his final Test for India in 1975 while Diana Edulji’s last game in the women’s team came in July 1993. Arzan Nagwaswalla in action for Gujarat in the Ranji Trophy.   –  VIJAY SONEJI Arzan Nagwaswalla was not even born when Farokh Engineer – the last Parsi cricketer to have featured in the India men’s team – played his final Test for the country in 1975. But the 23-year-old left-arm medium pacer from Gujarat created history on Friday when he was named as a standby for...
Tags: England, Life, India, Sports, United Kingdom, Ipl, Mumbai, Gujarat, Vispi, Diana Edulji, Nagwaswalla, Sportstar, SONEJI Arzan Nagwaswalla, Nargal Nagwaswalla, Wankhede Stadium Even, Ranji Trophy


Vanraj Bhatia, Composer to India’s New Age Cinema, Dies at 93

Veteran composer Vanraj Bhatia, who provided the soundtrack to India’s new age cinema movement of the 1970s and 1980s, has died in Mumbai. He was 93 and is understood to have been in poor health for some time. Born in Bombay, as the metropolis was known as then, in 1927, Bhatia studied at the Royal […]
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Roll up for tasty Indian burritos at Bombay Frankie Company in Woodland Hills

The Mumbai street food called a “frankie” is often described as an “Indian burrito,” which makes it sounds as if it’s a mash-up that involves filling a Mexican burrito with chicken tikka masala and the like. Which of course, on one level, it most certainly is. But it wasn’t born here; it was born over there. It may have been tweaked a bit locally, but you won’t find guacamole as an option. This is an Indian dish that proves the universality of certain preparations, in the same way that, say, sou...
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Two men arrested with 7 kg radioactive uranium in Mumbai

Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) has arrested two men with over 7kg of uranium, a highly explosive and radioactive material.
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How 500+ Teachers In Mumbai Are Connecting COVID-19 Patients To Healthcare Facilities!

It is like any other day for Vishranti Jadhav. After finishing her daily chores, she heads for work. She is a teacher at Ketkipada BMC School in Borivali. COVID-19 has completely changed her life and the way she used to teach kids. But what remained the same was the josh, the temperament and the dedication to influence people’s lives in a better way. Hence she, along with 500+ other civic teachers, joined hands together to fight the deadly coronavirus in her own way! “I cannot find a be...
Tags: Business, Mumbai, Bmc, Borivali, Healthcare Facilities, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Covid19, Coronavirus Resources, CovidWarriors, COVID Warriors, Ketkipada BMC School, Priya Sawant, Ashokwan Municipal School, Vishranti Jadhav, Krishna Yadav


India Central Bank Allows Fresh Moratorium for Small Borrowers as COVID-19 Cases Spike

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's central bank asked banks on Wednesday to let certain borrowers have more time to repay loans, among other support...
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Amid Covid concerns, BCCI considers moving the IPL to Mumbai

BCCI is believed to be working on a plan that will minimise risks, especially in travel
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Amid Covid concerns, BCCI considers moving the IPL to Mumbai

BCCI is believed to be working on a plan that will minimise risks, especially in travel
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Amid Covid-19 concerns, IPL may shift entirely to Mumbai

BCCI is believed to be working on a plan that will minimise risks, especially in travel
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Amid Covid-19 concern, IPL may shift entirely to Mumbai

BCCI is believed to be working on a plan that will minimise risks, especially in travel
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BEL Navi Mumbai Trainee Project Engineer Officer Recruitment 2021

Recruitment of Trainee and Project Engineer/Officer in BEL Navi Mumbai 2020 Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), a Navratna Public Sector Company and India’s premier Professional Electronics Company require Project Trainee Engineers and Officers on a short-term basis for its  Manufacturing Unit located at Taloja, Navi Mumbai on a temporary, on contract basis.  Application through Online mode in the prescribed format for these government job vacancies of Project... Please Click on the Title to Read ...
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Mumbai closes Covid vaccine centers as India's health services buckle

The country’s healthcare system has reached a “breaking point,” India’s Supreme Court said.
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Chahar, de Kock bring Mumbai back to winning ways

Chasing for the first time this IPL, de Kock's unbeaten 70 took Mumbai home
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