Spain reports 93,822 new coronavirus cases over weekend
Canada's Covid-19 cases surpass 7,50,000
  • Canada's Covid-19 cases surpass 7,50,000(03:48)

    Ottawa, Jan 26 (IANS) Canada's Covid-19 cases surpassed 7,50,000 on Monday morning, with the total hitting 7,50,546, including 17,847 deaths, according to media reports.

Majority of over-80s in UK received coronavirus vaccine
UN chief urges donor countries, banks to increase climate finance
1,036 recoveries, 375 new Covid cases reported in Karnataka
Andhra reports 56 new Covid cases, tally reaches 8.87 lakh
AP seeks Centre's guidance for achieving polls, vaccination goals
  • AP seeks Centre's guidance for achieving polls, vaccination goals(23:20)

    Amaravati, Jan 25 (IANS) As the Coronavirus vaccination plans of Andhra Pradesh government are set to be disrupted by the forthcoming panchayat elections, the state government wrote to the Union government for guidance on how to achieve polls and vaccination goals on Monday.

Over 20,000 private healthcare workers in Telangana take vaccine
92,122 vaccinated in Gujarat, Covid tally 2,59,487
  • 92,122 vaccinated in Gujarat, Covid tally 2,59,487(22:02)

    Gandhinagar, Jan 25 (IANS) A total of 92,122 persons have received the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Gujarat so far, including 13,803 on Monday, even as 390 new cases took the state's coronavirus tally to 2,59,487, while three deaths in the past 24 hours mounted Gujarat's Covid death toll to 4,379.

Alien birds threaten Himalayan biodiversity: Researchers
  • Alien birds threaten Himalayan biodiversity: Researchers(21:38)
    By Vishal Gulati

    New Delhi, Jan 25 (IANS) Alien birds are spreading across southeast Asia and could reach India -- either due to escaping captivity or after being intentionally released, researchers with the University College London (UCL) warned on Monday.

Moderna working on Covid-19 booster shot to fight new variant (Lead)
  • Moderna working on Covid-19 booster shot to fight new variant (Lead)(21:32)

    New York, Jan 25 (IANS) While the two-dose regimen of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine is expected to be protective against emerging strains detected to date, the company on Monday said it is also working on a Covid-19 booster shot to protect against a new variant first identified in South Africa.

Transport ministry nod to levying 'Green Tax' on polluting vehicles
Johnson launches coalition to tackle climate change impacts
Nearly 20L beneficiaries vaccinated, highest in K'taka
  • Nearly 20L beneficiaries vaccinated, highest in K'taka(20:22)

    New Delhi, Jan 25 (IANS) India has inoculated nearly 20 lakh healthcare and frontline workers, with Karnataka vaccinating the most number of beneficiaries in the last 10 days since the commencement of the nationwide vaccination drive.

Moderna says its Covid-19 vaccine works against new variants
Kerala Health Minister seeks better, local public health to fight epidemics
Kerala reports 3,361 Covid cases, 17 deaths
  • Kerala reports 3,361 Covid cases, 17 deaths(19:26)

    Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 25 (IANS) After testing 30,903 samples, Kerala on Monday reported 3,361 Covid 19 cases, while 5,606 people recovered from the disease in the past 24 hours, as per a release issued by the office of state Health Minister K.K. Shailaja.

Delhi's first doctor hit by Covid elated after taking vaccine jab
Covid-19 warnings on Twitter spread well before pandemic outbreak
Telangana boy awarded for developing smart wristband for Alzheimer's patients
Awaiting Centre's instructions: AAP on 'free vaccine' promise
  • Awaiting Centre's instructions: AAP on 'free vaccine' promise(16:52)
    By Ashish Srivastava

    New Delhi, Jan 25 (IANS) The Delhi government is awaiting instructions from the central government for the promise of providing free Covid-19 vaccines to all the residents of Delhi made by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Adventure tourist's death spoils tourism day fervour in Kerala
Strict measures needed to reduce new Covid-19 strains: Scientists
  • Strict measures needed to reduce new Covid-19 strains: Scientists(15:16)

    London, Jan 25 (IANS) With new Covid-19 strains reported from several parts of the world giving fresh threats to the fight against the pandemic, a group of scientists is calling on governments to consider the continued use of strict control measures as the only way to reduce the evolution and spread of the new variants of the virus.

Bushfire danger elevated as heatwave continues in Australia

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