On Friday, a video has surfaced, in which a few members from the Telangana Youth Congress are seen throwing a bike into a lake. The video of them dumping the two-wheeler into the Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad has gone viral.
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Around 40 Covid patients have taken a single-dose drug cocktail of monoclonal antibodies at Hyderabad-based Asian Institute of Gastroenterology. Chairperson of the hospital, Dr Nageshwar Reddy said that in just 24 hours the patients recovered from clinical symptoms like fever, body ache etc.
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Passing out parade of 28 Gentleman Cadets of Cadet Training Wing was held in Hyderabad today. The cadets completed their training at the Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering. The Cadets who were piped as commissioned officers in the rank of Lieutenant by senior military officers were welcomed into the fraternity of the officer cadre of the Indian Army.
The central government said it had signed a deal with Hyderabad-based biotechnology and biopharmaceutical company Biological-E for 30 crore doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. It is still in clinical trials
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Complaints over excessive billing, mismanagement has led to cancellation of 10 Telangana hospitals' licences to treat COVID-19 patients.
The Office of Director of Public Health and Family Welfare of Telangana on Saturday also issued notices to 79 hospitals after it received 115 complaints over the issue.
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In a viral video from Ahmedabad's Navapura village, a massive crowd of women was seen violating COVID protocols as women headed to offer prayers at the Baliyadev Temple. Without ensuring social distancing, women gathered at one place with earthen pots on their head. Police has taken action against 23 people including village sarpanch.
At least 18 people died after fire broke out at a Covid hospital in Gujarat's Bharuch. The massive blaze broke out in Covid-19 ward of the hospital at 1 am on Saturday. There were around 50 other patients at the 4-storey Welfare Hospital when fire broke out. Bharuch SP, Rajendrasinh Chudasama said, “A fire broke out at a Covid hospital in Bharuch due to a short circuit. As per our preliminary report, at least 12 patients have died due to fire.” Meanwhile PM Modi has expressed grief over the loss of lives and offered condolences to families of victims. CM Vijay Rupani announced Rs 4 lakh assistance for the kin of the deceased in hospital fire. The hospital is situated on Bharuch-Jambusar highway, around 190 km from Ahmedabad. Around 50 patients were rescued by locals, firefighters & shifted to nearby hospitals.
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In a beautiful scenario, COVID patients were seen offering prayers and remembering God during this tough time of coronavirus at SVP Hospital in Gujarat's Ahmedabad. Doctors and nurses also accompanied them in praying. The whole environment of the hospital looked calm.
The 'Royal Challengers Bangalore' was seen at the Mumbai airport as they're travelling to Ahmedabad for their next match with 'Delhi Capitals'. The match will be held at Narendra Modi stadium on April 27. Meanwhile, 'Rajasthan Royals' is all set to lock horns with 'Mumbai Indians'. They're travelling to Delhi as match is scheduled to be held on April 29 at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium.
The Monsoon arrives in Mumbai. The city received heavy rainfall in the last 24 hours. Mumbai,Thane, Belapur, Raigad, Ratnagiri and a few other districts will get heavy rain today. As the heat wave is soon gripping the country, Maximum temperatures are likely to be above 40°C in some places of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
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The Drugs Controller General of India (DGCI) has approved emergency use for Zydus Cadila's Pegylated Interferon alpha-2b, 'Virafin' for treating moderate COVID-19 infection in adults. A release by Cadila Health said, "The drug has also shown efficacy against other viral infections."Speaking on the development, Dr Sharvil Patel, Managing Director, Cadila Healthcare Limited said: "The fact that we are able to offer a therapy which significantly reduces viral load when given early on can help in better disease management. It comes at a much-needed time for patients and we will continue to provide them access to critical therapies in this battle against COVID-19." This government's approval for use of the antiviral drug comes at a time when India's daily COVID tally is crossing the 3-lakh mark. India recorded 3,32,730 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the highest single-day spike since the pandemic broke out last year. India has crossed the mark of 3 lakh COVID-19 cases for two consecutive days now. This has taken the cumulative count of the COVID infection in the country to 1,62,63,695.