NEW DELHI April 23: The current wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Delhi could have been fuelled by the UK variant as its prevalence in genomes sequenced nearly doubled from the second to the last week of March, Sujeet Singh, director of the National Centre for Disease Control, said on Friday.
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LONDON March 13: The role that India has played during the course of the coronavirus pandemic as the pharmacy of the world has been phenomenal, UK minister Lord Tariq Ahmad said as he prepared for a five-day, five-city tour of India starting on Monday.
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Those arriving in UK from ‘red list countries will have to pre-book and pay £1,750 to spend 10 days quarantine and have Covid tests
London Feb 15: The UK’s tougher new travel rules to contain the spread of COVID-19 variants came into effect from Monday, involving compulsory hotel quarantines for anyone returning to England from one of the 33 high-risk “red list” countries.
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KOLKATTA Jan 2: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly successfully underwent an angioplasty and is in stable condition after being hospitalised after suffering “chest discomfort while doing tread mill at his home gym”.
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CALIFORNIA Dec 30: A 45-year-old nurse in California tested positive for COVID-19 more than a week after receiving Pfizer Inc’s coronavirus vaccine, an ABC News affiliate reported on Tuesday.
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DOVER Dec 23: When thousands of truckers were stranded in southern England by France’s border closure, help came from an unexpected source: a small volunteer army of British Sikhs who jumped into action to rustle up thousands of chickpea curries and pizzas.
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Dec 16: The results from the local body elections in Kerala have firmly placed the CPM-led LDF in the driving seat with wins in 514 of the 941 gram panchayats, four of the six corporations, 10 of the 14 district panchayats and 112 of the 152 block panchayats. While the LDF is leading in 514 gram panchayats, the UDF is leading in 375 and the NDA in 23.
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LONDON Dec 15: The mental well-being of those in the Indian ethnic group in the UK may have been particularly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, an official statistical review has revealed.
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NEW DELHI Dec 3: The Government of India is actively working towards the return of its workers back to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain who had lost their jobs and had to be evacuated to India during the Covid pandemic earlier this year, sources told ANI.
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Nov 24: Nithya V Raman (35), a Thiruvananthapuram native and a resident of Boston in the US, has won from District 4 City Council. Nithya won after defeating David Ryu, who was Council representative for 17 years.
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