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Protesters take to streets against Chinese anthem law in HK

State media RTHK said the protesters raised slogans such as "Disband the police immediately," and "Five demands not one less," one of the most repeated ones since the protests began last year.

No country thought of exit strategy, says Swedish physician to Rahul

"All the countries in Europe that instituted the lockdown one or two months ago, did not think about the exit strategy at that time," said Johan Giesecke.

The man who made more than 15,000 people smile is no more

Ninety-year-old Hirji S. Adenwalla, a Parsi, was the director at the Charles Pinto Cleft Centre at Thrissur's Jubilee Mission Hospital.

After row over paid quarantine, Kerala mulls changes

It now appears that this outburst has made Vijayan have a re-think.

Andhra’s corona tally now 2,787 with 68 new cases

With the discharge of 10 more patients, the total number of cured patients in Andhra Pradesh has increased to 1,913. The active cases are 816.

Donations by companies to PM-CARES Fund notified as CSR

The ministry late on May 26 notified that it has amended Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013 by including contributions to PM-CARES Fund as valid CSR activity along with the earlier insertion of Prime Minister's National Relief Fund.

India’s worst recession is here

CRISIL sees the Indian economy shrinking 5 per cent in fiscal 2021 (on-year), because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The first quarter will suffer a staggering 25 per cent contraction.

Bowlers will find it more difficult to get back to rhythm, feels Lee

All cricketing activities have remained suspended since mid-March following the outbreak of novel coronavirus which has so far claimed more than 3.5 lakh lives across the globe.