- Railway Ministry debunks reports on reservations resuming from April 15
Certain media reports on Thursday claimed that Indian Railways has resumed reservation services on April 15 for trains departing after the aforementioned dates.
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The lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will end on April 14, and on the positive note the Indian Railways has started accepting ticket bookings from April 15 for its passenger trains.Coronavirus InfectionCoronavirus can stay in patients for up to eight days after symptoms end
A new study on COVID-19 infection has revealed that a coronavirus patient may carry the coronavirus with him for up to eight days despite after symptoms are disappeared.FitnessCoronavirus: How to remain fit during lockdown
People across the world are practicing home quarantine amid scare to spreading coronavirus due to social interaction. With around 1300 cases reported in India, people have been locked inside their houses due to ongoing lockdown.Coronavirus ButterflyCoronavirus: How a butterfly sets a positive example of being in quarantine
People across the world have come to self-isolation due to coronavirus outbreak and most of the people are trying to find out ways to make the quarantine time useful and interesting. Here is a dose of optimism that will help you get the pace of finding something beautiful in the end.Washing hands the right waySoap or Sanitizer: What is better for coronavirus prevention?
Ever since it has come to the news that coronavirus is spreading fast and people must keep them sanitized and clean as a preventive measure, the sanitizers have gone out of stock and are being excessively used.Fitness MantraHow PM Modi is keeping himself fit amid lockdown in India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday shared a 3-D animated video of him performing the Yoga on twitter to show how he is keeping fit amid lockdown.Dog does his partColorado dog delivers groceries to neighbour stuck in home amid coronavirus
At a time when coronavirus has gripped the world and restricted humans inside their homes, the communities are coming together to provide all possible help. A Colorado dog was seen doing his part of help during the crisis time.Curfew PassCurfew Pass in Delhi: How to avail it and who can get it?
With the whole country being put under lockdown, anyone who steps out for work needs to have the curfew pass, which is an essential permission slips that authorise movements inside the city and to other NCR towns. This is mainly for the people associated with the essential services.HealthCoronavirus update: Has India entered stage 3? Experts, officials disagree
Coronavirus cases in India are continuously rising every day and with reports of people testing posititbe with no travel history or documented contact with the infected patient, experts believe that India may have slipped into the Phase 3 of the coronavirus.HealthNoida's NIIMS Hospital becomes 'Corona Isolation Center'
People across the country are worried about the Corona (COVID-19) epidemic. People are forced to live in homes. Increasing numbers of patients are coming out as sad news every second. But in the meantime, a news from Uttar Pradesh's Noida district has brought a message of relief. Noida's famous private hospital Noida International Institute of Medical Sciences (NIIMS) is being built as an 'isolation center' to care for patients in Corona.HealthVirologist Minal delivered coronavirus testing kit first then her baby
When it comes to serving the nation, Indians set examples that deserve huge respect for unmatched dedication and efforts. The latest example of such warrior is virologist Minal Dakhave Bhosale who works as research and development chief at MyLab.HealthMinal Dakhave Bhosale: Meet the woman behind India's first coronavirus testing kit
India has been receiving criticism from all across the world for its poor rate of testing people in the battle against coronavirus. This is set to change as a virologist delivered a working test kit hours before delivering her baby.HealthFirst image of Coronavirus developed in India using a microscope
An Indian scientist has managed to locate and develop the first image of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (Sars-CoV-2), popularly known as the novel coronavirus, with the help of a high-powered microscope. The microscopy image has been made out of a throat swab sample of the first laboratory-confirmed novel coronavirus patient in India.Lifestyle NewsCivet spotted on Zebra crossing in Kerala amid coronavirus lockdown
In an unusual sight, a civet was spotted walking on zebra crossing in Kerala's Kozhikode. "This is a Small Indian Civet. Things which I can confirm; Video is real (not animation). Was never posted before Wednesday on Internet. Sources say it is from Kozhikode. It looks sick. Quite possible was in captive & released. It is found there normally also. That's it," Indian Forest Service officer Parveen Kaswan tweeted.TravelVivek Express: Last train to complete its journey as India came to a coronavirus halt
Kanyakumari-bound Vivek Express, the country's longest-running passenger train, chugged off from platform number 1 of the Dibrugarh railway station in Assam on the night of March 22 (Saturday). India was set to observe the Janta curfew the next day, and by the time it reached its destination in Kanyakumari on Wednesday, India had come to a complete halt and lockdown state.HealthFact Check: Drinking tea may prevent or cure coronavirus?
India is under 21-day complete lockdown to ensure that the coronavirus stops spreading in the nation, but what's not stopping it the advices people are sharing with each other to stay protected from the Covid 19 virus.TravelWomen feel 10 per cent more unsafe than men in public transport across the world
Researchers have analysed that on an average women feel 10 per cent more unsafe than men while travelling in public transport across the world. This changes as per the mode of public transport. It has been found that women in Europe felt 12% more unsafe than men while they boarded on public transport, while in South America the percentage difference of feeling safe was 9%.Health15 myths associated with Coronavirus treatment busted
The coronavirus has now spread to 190 countries across the world, claiming more than 19,500 lives and infecting more than 400,000 people. In India, more than 500 positive cases have been registered and 12 people have been reported dead.
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