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Vaccines not effective without yoga, ayurveda: Ramdev

IndiaTimes Thursday, 4 August 2022
Yoga guru Ramdev Thursday questioned the efficacy of allopathy against Covid-19 once again saying vaccination alone is not enough to protect people from the virus and they need to be supplemented with yoga and ayurveda. He said this on the sidelines of an event in reply to a question on why US President Joe Biden tested positive for Covid even after taking the booster dose of the vaccine.
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India on Tuesday reported 3,615 fresh covid-19 infections within 24 hours. This slight increase comes a day after the country reported 3,230 Covid cases. According to the Union Health Ministry, the active case load dropped to 40,979 from the earlier 44,000 cases. #Covid19 #Covid19Cases #India

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COVID-like virus Khosta 2 found in Russian bats is resistant to vaccines | Oneindia news * news A team of American researchers has identified a new variant of coronavirus in Russian bats that is capable of infecting people. They have voiced concern that the virus called "Khosta-2" may be completely resistant to all coronavirus vaccinations now on the market and is just waiting to jump from bats to humans. #KHOSTA2 #COVID-19 #Vaccineresistant

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Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammed bin Salman Formally Named Head of the Government [Video]

Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammed bin Salman Formally Named Head of the Government

Saudi Arabia's Prince , Mohammed bin Salman , Formally Named Head of the Government. On September 27, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was named the kingdom's prime minister. On September 27, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was named the kingdom's prime minister. Al Jazeera reports that the royal decree formalizes Salman's role as the leader of the kingdom's government. Previously, the crown prince served as Saudi Arabia's deputy prime minister and the defense minister. His younger brother, Khalid bin Salman, will replace him as defense minister after serving as the deputy defense minister. His younger brother, Khalid bin Salman, will replace him as defense minister after serving as the deputy defense minister. Al Jazeera reports that the royal decree is another sign of King Abdulaziz's slow and steady transfer of power in the kingdom. Al Jazeera reports that the royal decree is another sign of King Abdulaziz's slow and steady transfer of power in the kingdom. Traditionally, the role of prime minister is held by the king, who will continue to act as head of state and chair cabinet meetings he attends. In 2016, Prince Mohammed unveiled Vision 2030, which aims at making Saudi Arabia the heart of the Arab and Islamic world and a hub connecting three continents. In 2016, Prince Mohammed unveiled Vision 2030, which aims at making Saudi Arabia the heart of the Arab and Islamic world and a hub connecting three continents. Al Jazeera reports that the ambitious initiative looks to diversify and privatize the kingdom's economy, while also reducing its reliance on oil. Al Jazeera reports that the ambitious initiative looks to diversify and privatize the kingdom's economy, while also reducing its reliance on oil. Since rising to power, Saudi Arabia has seen a massive crackdown on dissent, with activists, royals and businessmen jailed. Since rising to power, Saudi Arabia has seen a massive crackdown on dissent, with activists, royals and businessmen jailed. Earlier in 2022, the crown prince met with U.S. President Joe Biden in an attempt to rebuild relations after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents in 2018. Earlier in 2022, the crown prince met with U.S. President Joe Biden in an attempt to rebuild relations after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents in 2018

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Biden Admin To Suggest Nutrition Labels on Front of Food Products to Improve Health

Biden Admin to Suggest Nutrition Labels , on Front of Food Products to Improve Health. NBC News reports that on Sept. 27, the White House announced that the FDA will look into a new food labeling system. The administration hopes that the proposed front-of-package labeling approach will help β€œto shift our health care system away from just treating disease to preventing it.” . The administration hopes that the proposed front-of-package labeling approach will help β€œto shift our health care system away from just treating disease to preventing it.” . It would aim "to help consumers, particularly those with lower nutrition literacy, quickly and easily identify foods that are part of a healthy eating pattern." . The Biden administration said it would also suggest an update to the criteria by which food can be deemed "healthy" on food packaging. . The Biden administration said it would also suggest an update to the criteria by which food can be deemed "healthy" on food packaging. . NBC News reports that in May, President Biden set a goal to eradicate hunger and increase healthy eating and exercise by 2030. Food access and affordability are also top priorities for the administration. . According to the Department of Agriculture, SNAP will begin supplying an extra $26 a month per person on average on Oct. 1. The White House also seeks to increase access to free, healthy school meals for 9 million more kids by 2032. NBC News reports that the White House is preparing to host its first Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health in over 50 years on Sept. 28

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Elton in tears as Biden surprises him with medal at White House gig

Sir Elton John has played for Joe Biden and about 2,000 fans on the White House lawn as part of his farewell tour, with the singer in tears as the president..
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South Korean President Denies Insulting US on Hot Mic [Video]

South Korean President Denies Insulting US on Hot Mic

South Korean President , Denies Insulting US , on Hot Mic. BBC reports that South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has denied making insulting remarks about the United States Congress. . BBC reports that South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has denied making insulting remarks about the United States Congress. . The remarks were caught on a hot mic after Yoon Suk-yeol met with his U.S. counterpart, President Joe Biden, in New York. The recording, which quickly went viral on social media, appears to show Yoon Suk-yeol call U.S. lawmakers a Korean word that roughly translates to "idiots.". The recording, which quickly went viral on social media, appears to show Yoon Suk-yeol call U.S. lawmakers a Korean word that roughly translates to "idiots.". BBC reports that the remark came amid a conversation about Biden's push to increase U.S. contribution to a worldwide initiative known as the Global Fund. According to a spokesperson for the South Korean president, Yoon was misunderstood and actually said a similar-sounding Korean word. According to a spokesperson for the South Korean president, Yoon was misunderstood and actually said a similar-sounding Korean word. Presidential spokeswoman Kim Eun-hye said that Yoon was also speaking about the South Korean parliament, not the U.S. Congress. Presidential spokeswoman Kim Eun-hye said that Yoon was also speaking about the South Korean parliament, not the U.S. Congress. BBC reports that Yoon first entered politics just last year, winning the presidential election by less than 1%. . BBC reports that Yoon first entered politics just last year, winning the presidential election by less than 1%. . Earlier this week, Yoon faced criticism for missing Queen Elizabeth II's lying-in-state after traveling to London. Earlier this week, Yoon faced criticism for missing Queen Elizabeth II's lying-in-state after traveling to London. Last year, Yoon had to backtrack comments he made regarding former President Chun Doo-hwan. Last year, Yoon had to backtrack comments he made regarding former President Chun Doo-hwan. Yoon had said that Chun, an authoritarian leader remembered for the massacre of protesters in 1980, was "good at politics.". Yoon had said that Chun, an authoritarian leader remembered for the massacre of protesters in 1980, was "good at politics."

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Russia calls for closer strategic partnership with China, US warns China | Oneindia News*Geopolitics [Video]

Russia calls for closer strategic partnership with China, US warns China | Oneindia News*Geopolitics

One of President Vladimir Putin's closest allies sought on Monday to deepen a strategic partnership with China; President Joe Biden said he warned Chinese President Xi Jinping it would be a β€˜gigantic mistake’ to violate sanctions imposed on Russia; In a new report, the World Bank said that the global economy may face a recession next year caused by an aggressive wave of policy tightening that could yet prove inadequate to temper inflation. Find out these on Global Chit Chat, where we bring you up to speed with top developments in geopolitics that are important but lesser-known. #Taiwan #Ukraine #Economy

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