9 BSP MLAs reportedly met with Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav this morning and are reportedly about to cross over to the rival camp, dealing a blow to Mayawati ahead of the UP Assembly election; The Delhi HC today granted bail to Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita, and Asif Iqbal Tanha who were arrested in May 2020 in connection with the Delhi riots; China has suggested negotiations at the level of Division Commanders to make headway on pullback of troops from other areas of eastern Ladakh. This and more news at 2 PM.
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Today marks one year since 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in the Galwan Valley while defending the country against an unforeseen Chinese attack. The Indian Army released a video as a homage to the gallant soldiers. May their departed souls rest in peace.
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Since last year, China has deployed over 50,000 troops close to the Indian territory in eastern Ladakh. Sources told ANI that the People's Liberation Army has brought in fresh troops from the hinterland to replace the troops who had been there for the last year.
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[NFA] Tibet's Party Secretary Wu Yingjie said on Saturday that China will uphold the leadership of the Communist Party in Tibet to further its economic development, and guide Tibetan society in accordance to socialism. Maha Albadrawi has more.
This Russian black-and-white themed Café makes you feel like you are in a cartoon. Bwcafe has locations in Moscow & St Petersburg. It features furniture & décor all presented in bold inky lines against a white background. This creates a 2d illusion that makes it look like a comic strip. The Café serves drinks, snacks and desserts. But if you’re not planning on ordering the venue lets you take Instagram-friendly pictures & videos for 250 rubles per person. Bwcafe was designed by artist Anfisa Toshina.
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As India struggles with its worst Covid wave, requests for plasma donations have flooded various social media platforms. Oncologist Dr Sameer Kaul speaks to Hindustan Times and explains the dos and don’ts of plasma donation; who can donate and the risks involved. Kaul says, “Plasma therapy is not a panacea for Covid-19. It specifically helps patients who are early in the disease and have moderate Covid.” Watch the full video for more.
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India is in the midst of a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and many experts have already warned of an imminent third wave. Dr. Rommel Tickoo, Director (Internal Medicine) at Max Healthcare and Dr. Ambarish Satwik, vascular and endovascular surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital speak to Hindustan Times and bust myths on prevention, medicines, clotting, hospitalisation, etc. In this episode of InFocus, Dr. Satwik explains how to wear a mask in a proper manner and avoid Covid infection. Watch the full video for more.
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The second wave of the Covid pandemic is raging in India. Renowned cardiologist Dr. Naresh Trehan explained how Covid is affecting heart patients in the country. He also spoke on the role of anxiety & how people can use de-stressing techniques. Watch a small snippet of Hindustan Times' Covid special with Dr. Naresh Trehan. The full interview premieres at 11 am on 9th May, 2021.https://youtu.be/BW5lzh3YOak
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As the Covid wave in India continues to rage, renowned cardiologist Dr. Naresh Trehan talks about the warning signs and preventive steps for heart patients. Speaking exclusively to Hindustan Times’ Kumkum Chadha, Dr. Trehan explained how the virus can affect heart patients. Dr. Trehan talks about cases of heart attacks in patients who do not have a pre-existing history of heart-related ailments. Watch the full interview for more details.
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As India struggles to control the spread of the second wave of the Covid pandemic, doctors in the country are now warning about the overuse of steroids. Speaking to Hindustan Times’ Aditi Prasad, Dr. Jalil Parkar said many patients who recovered after being given steroids came back a few months later with multiple problems. ‘1 lakh out of the 2 crore odd Covid patients could end up with diabetes if people do not know when to stop using steroids,’ Dr. Parkar warned. Dr Amit Thadani, Medical Director at Niramaya Hospitals also said that there is no role of steroids in treating mild cases and said that use of should be judicious. Watch the full video for all the details.
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