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US refuses to pay remaining dues to WHO

US refuses to pay remaining dues to WHO

The announcement on Wednesday came just a day after the White House announced the US would not participate in a WHO-run project to develo...Read More

Doctors at the receiving end in a pandemic

Doctors at the receiving end in a pandemic

Thank the saviours of life with bouquets, not bricks and barbs

Indo-China history need not repeat itself; government's strategy must include more transparency and diplomacy

Indo-China history need not repeat itself; government's strategy must include more transparency and diplomacy

It is beyond question that both Houses of Parliament must be convened to threadbare discuss the border conflict.

China shows blatant disdain for rights to life and liberty

China shows blatant disdain for rights to life and liberty

China's actions flout Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 6 of the International Covenant on Civil and Pol...Read More

FPJ Edit: Testing time for India as new WHO head

FPJ Edit: Testing time for India as new WHO head

International relations have taken on new dimensions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the churning process that is now on will ta...Read More

WHO urges countries to use lockdowns as second window of opportunity to eradicate coronavirus epidemic

WHO urges countries to use lockdowns as second window of opportunity to eradicate coronavirus epidemic

This window of opportunity was created by those countries and regions which introduced unprecedented "lockdown" measures to contain COVID...Read More

Coronavirus Update: No sign of pandemic slowdown as global cases top 300,000

Coronavirus Update: No sign of pandemic slowdown as global cases top 300,000

According to the WHO situation dashboard, 14,510 people have died worldwide from the coronavirus as of 10:00 CET (0900 GMT) Monday.

Latest News on Coronavirus in India: 
I&B minister Prakash Javadekar bats for 'Namaste' over handshakes

Latest News on Coronavirus in India: I&B minister Prakash Javadekar bats for 'Namaste' over handshakes

Javadekar requested people to contact doctors the moment they have fever or caught a cold.

80 per cent of world’s city dwellers breathing bad air: UN

80 per cent of world’s city dwellers breathing bad air: UN

Geneva: Over 80 per cent of the world’s city dwellers breathe poor quality air, increasing their risk of lung cancer and other life-threa...Read More

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