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Sri Lanka on Tuesday deployed a naval ship to India to avoid delay in fetching oxygen, urgently needed to meet the shortage of supply in hospitals, following the rapid surge of Covid-19 cases in the country. Sri Lanka has recorded over 3.58 lakh coronavirus cases, while

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A consortium of doctors and researchers from India, Brazil, Russia and South Africa will conduct a study on the epidemiological impact of the COVID-19 and tuberculosis pandemics in these countries, the Department of Science and Technology said on Wednesday. Under this, joint research teams from these

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Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre is one of the premier cancer centers in Asia founded in the year 1996. The institute offers cutting-edge technology and renowned specialists for patients from India and neighboring countries. It specializes in tertiary care services in Medical, Surgical

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The World Health Organization today called upon countries in WHO South-East Asia Region to scale up and rigorously implement public health and social measures, along with efforts to accelerate vaccination for COVID-19, to prevent another surge, as more countries confirmed prevalence of highly transmissible variants

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Increase in manufacturing capacity of COVID-19 vaccines in India has the potential to be a game changer well beyond its borders, the Biden Administration said Thursday. “It’s important to us because India has suffered immensely from the outbreak. Virtually, no element of Indian society has been

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