Trees and electric poles were uprooted, low-lying areas inundated and houses were badly damaged due to Cyclone Yaas in several places of Odisha.
The Covid-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the world and India, in particular, is going through one of its toughest times. Amid such scare and chaos, there are positives still emerging out of the pandemic. Here are the top 5 good news from today.
As the Corona Virus pandemic wreaks across the world, in the middle of sickness and deaths, there are positives that emerge every day. From humanitarian gestures and modern innovations to battling Covid-19, here are the top 9 good news from today.
The risk of succumbing to Covid-19 is more than 600 times higher in people over the age of 85. Amidst such grave conditions we have Covid-19 warriors emerging among the Golden Agers, who fell victim to the deadly virus, fought it and emerged victorious. We present to you five such stories of glorious survival.
Amid the spike in COVID-19 cases in Delhi, thousands of beneficiaries aged between 18-44 years were seen standing in line to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
The dwindling number of sparrows has been attributed the unfriendly architecture of our homes, chemical fertilisers in our crops, noise pollution among others.
The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has said that more than 1.94 crore (1,94,97,704) vaccine doses have been administered across the country till March 6 morning. Some moments.
The Government of India declared Simlipal as a biosphere reserve in 1994. The UNESCO added the national park to its list of Biosphere Reserves in May 2009.
MP Gandhi was spending time with the fisherfolk while addressing their needs and demands.
Although the celebrations were minimal due to the pandemic, the day witnessed parades, tableaux, cultural programmes and the debut of the Rafale aircraft.