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Decision to bring Indians stranded abroad will be taken after reviewing COVID-19 situation: India

NEW DELHI April 11: Over 20,400 foreign nationals have been evacuated from India and a decision on bringing Indians from abroad will be taken at a later stage after reviewing the COVID-19 situation, the government said on Friday.

IIT Team Develops LED-Based Disinfection Machine for Sanitising Floors of Hospitals, Buses

GUWAHATI April 8: A team at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) has developed a low-cost LED-based machine which can be used for disinfection of floors at hospitals as well as buses and trains to aid the fight against COVID-19 in the country.
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Senior Citizens Account For 63% Of Coronavirus Deaths In India: Centre

New Delhi April 7: As much as 63 per cent of the deaths due to coronavirus have been reported among the people who are over 60 years, the central government said on Monday.
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India Curbs Diagnostic Testing Kit Exports As Coronavirus Spreads

New Delhi April 6: The government is restricting the export of most diagnostic testing kits, as coronavirus cases topped 3,350 on Sunday despite a three-week nationwide lockdown to slow the spread of the respiratory disease.
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Army Launches “Operation Namaste” To Fight Coronavirus

New Delhi March 28: Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane on Friday launched initiative ”Operation Namaste” to insulate the 1.3 million strong force from coronavirus infection and extend all possible assistance to the government in containing the pandemic.
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India’s 1.3bn population locked down to beat coronavirus

NEW DELHI March 25: India has mounted the largest attempted lockdown yet in the coronavirus crisis, ordering 1.3 billion people to stay at home from midnight for three weeks to prevent a public health disaster.
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“Latitude Link” In Coronavirus Spread; New Cases In India Could Surge: Study

CHENNAI March 23: The pace at which the coronavirus spreads globally appears to have a link to the latitude nations occupy, according to an epidemiological study undertaken by an eminent institution in Chennai.
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India tells all its citizens to observe one-day curfew on Sunday

NEW DELHI March 20: India’s Prime Minister has appealed to its 1.3 billion population to follow a one-day curfew alongside a ban on international flight arrivals to combat the coronavirus.
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Markandey Katju lashes out at Ranjan Gogoi

NEW DELHI March 18: Former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju on Tuesday came down heavily on former CJI Ranjan Gogoi. Lashing out at the Gogoi on his official Twitter page, Katju even went on to address the former CJI as a sexual pervert.

Taj Mahal Closed For Visitors Amid Coronavirus Fears

New Delhi March 17: India will close the iconic Taj Mahal to visitors from Tuesday as part of measures to try and combat the coronavirus pandemic, the tourism ministry said on Monday.
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