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Do people ever recover from COVID-19?

'People who have diabetes or heart disease or high blood pressure seem to be more badly affected by the disease.' IMAGE: Medical workers get ready to treat patients suffering from COVID-19 at the......

India-Japan aim to curtail China's maritime footprint

The India-Japan joint naval exercises are a strategic signal for China, observes Dr Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: Japanese Ship Kashima and Japanese Ship Shimayuki conducted an exercise with INS Rana and......

Border skirmishes: China's strategy to unsettle India

'Post the pandemic, when India is turning a new leaf in its economic policy with an eye on foreign capital and global supply chains that are likely to leave China, heightened tensions on the......

REVEALED: How much India really spends on defence

'India is ahead only of Pakistan in the amount spent on each soldier a year.''The Indian military is a manpower-heavy throng that is poorly armed, equipped, and trained,' observes Ajai Shukla.......

'BCG vaccine can be a game-changer against coronavirus'

'There is indeed a link between BCG vaccination and resistance to COVID-19.' IMAGE: A technician from Dr Dang's Lab in New Delhi demonstrates the sample collection process for COVID-19 tests,......

Have bike-sharing firms hit a dead end in India?

In India, many cities lack bicycle lanes and proper pavements. This, coupled with heavily congested roads, creates a danger to cyclists. Furthermore, the low costs of bicycles may make it more......

Paris climate talks: Why it's trouble for the world - and India

COP 21 is about how much carbon space is left and who gets how much of that space The world has used up two-thirds of its carbon space for a 2-degrees-Celsius temperature rise, consumed 35 per......

The Ford who loves Lord Krishna

'Krishna is your best friend. He knows what's best for you.' 'They talk about death being a final exam. So at 65, I have to be studying for my final exam.' Part 1: This Ford has more on his mind......

Your holiday abroad could be cheaper this year!

A few adjustments can help foreign travellers and students reduce the impact of a falling rupee. The rupee might have corrected four per cent against the US dollar in one month, but your holiday......

The interview Narendra Modi MUST read!

'Narendra Modi has had very good luck. Firstly, the fall of oil prices. You don't get that very often in your life and you certainly don't get that often when you are in government.' 'Secondly, the......

What Thor likes about India

'It was like being in the Colosseum.' Shooting in India was like doing live theatre with thousands of people watching and cheering every take, Chris Hemsworth says, as he looks back at the making......

The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

'Tu toh bilkul hero nahi lagta (you don't look like a hero at all).' In candid interviews over the years, an amused Shah Rukh Khan has often recalled this observation, made by a security guard......

'Movies aren't just about dancing. It's tough!'

"I'm very kicked about being this Aussie who's playing a desi girl!" Pallavi Sharda exclaims excitedly. Pallavi, who was born in Perth, Australia, and brought up in Melbourne, is seen in this......

Meet the Bin Laughin of comedy!

Azhar Usman, a US-Chicago-born Muslim comedian, worked as a lawyer for not too long. But he decided his calling was standup comedy and he had followed the acts of several good standup comics when......

'Sourav always showed faith in me'

'The one thing that a cricketer aspires for is earning the respect of the dressing room and that respect is earned only when any player puts his hand up in adverse conditions and does his job for......

On this day: Sri Lankan spin great Muralitharan was born

IMAGE: Despite all the controversy over his bowling action, Muttiah Muralitharan finished his career with 800 Test wickets and 534 scalps in one-day internationals -- benchmarks in both formats --......

Australian cricketer Khawaja must sort out off-field problems

Arrest comes as Usman Khawaja prepares with the Australia squad in Adelaide ahead of Thursday's first crucial Test against India IMAGE: The experienced Usman Khawaja will have an important role in......

Sports Shorts: Bhaker-Anmol win air pistol mixed gold

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Tuesday IMAGE: Manu Bhaker and Anmol after their mixed air pistol gold at the ISSF Junior World Cup on Tuesday. Photograph:......

Day 6: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

White triumph caps golden century for United States IMAGE: Silver medalist Ayumu Hirano of Japan, gold medalist Shaun White of the United States and bronze medalist Scotty James of Australia pose......
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Do people ever recover from COVID-19?

'People who have diabetes or heart disease or high blood pressure seem to be more badly affected by the disease.' IMAGE: Medical workers get ready... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/do-people-ever-recover-from-covid-19/20200911.htm
A new world order for Covid era is emerging

By Alan CrawfordIn July 1945, at the close of World War II, the leaders of the U.S., Great Britain and the Soviet Union gathered at a Prussian... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/a-new-world-order-for-the-coronavirus-era-is-emerging/articleshow/76887802.cms
'Sourav always showed faith in me'

'The one thing that a cricketer aspires for is earning the respect of the dressing room and that respect is earned only when any player puts his... ...

http://www.rediff.com/cricket/interview/what-it-was-like-being-part-of-a-winning-india-team/20200706.htm
India-Japan aim to curtail China's maritime footprint

The India-Japan joint naval exercises are a strategic signal for China, observes Dr Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: Japanese Ship Kashima and Japanese Ship... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/india-japan-aim-to-curtail-chinas-maritime-footprint/20200704.htm
India faces its 1st 2-front battle

The Indian military has been talking about a two-front war with neighbors Pakistan and China for decades to keep politicians focused on defense... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/first-china-now-pakistan-how-indias-battling-on-two-fronts/articleshow/76761327.cms

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