Tag: COVID-19

COVID gone, flex-banners back with a bang in city
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COVID gone, flex-banners back with a bang in city

February 26, 2022

Take action even on BJP leaders if they have violated rules: Pratap Simha Mysore/Mysuru: The District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) meeting held at the Zilla Panchayat Hall under the chairmanship of Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha discussed the issue of flex and banners all over Mysuru city and district, especially by political party leaders…

B.Tech teen invents affordable oxygen plant
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B.Tech teen invents affordable oxygen plant

February 25, 2022

Pandemic-need innovation: OxiPlant is configurable, scalable and flexible Generates continuous oxygen; better than costly imported concentrators During the COVID pandemic, especially in the killer first wave and the second wave, shortage of medical oxygen was one of the major crises experienced in most of the hospitals across the country that led to the loss of…

Compensation cheques distributed to COVID victims’ family members
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Compensation cheques distributed to COVID victims’ family members

February 23, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Narasimharaja MLA Tanveer Sait distributed compensation cheques of Rs. 1 lakh to the legal heirs of those who died of COVID-19 during first and the second wave. The cheques were distributed at a function organised at Safa Function Hall in Udayagiri here recently. The State Government had announced a compensation of Rs. 1.5 lakh…

Relief cheques distributed to families of COVID victims
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Relief cheques distributed to families of COVID victims

February 15, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: MLA L. Nagendra distributed relief cheques of Rs.1 lakh each announced by the State Government to the family members of COVID victims at his office in Jaladarshini Guest House on Hunsur road here on Monday. Nagendra said that though the Government cannot provide lasting relief to the families of the COVID dead, it is…

Foreign tourists, yoga lovers arrive in city
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Foreign tourists, yoga lovers arrive in city

February 13, 2022

1,372 tourists have come to Mysuru since December 2021 Mysore/Mysuru: Following India reopening its borders to mass foreign tourism, ending a two-year clampdown as Coronavirus infections across the country remained low and vaccination rates high, hundreds of tourists have arrived in Mysuru, a majority of them Yoga enthusiasts and some small percentage of holidaymakers. Though…

Mysuru Zoo to mop up revenues
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Mysuru Zoo to mop up revenues

February 11, 2022

Hikes entry fee to Karanji Lake Nature Park To let out subway walls for advertisements Mysore/Mysuru: Struggling to come out of the COVID pandemic blues, the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens (Mysuru Zoo), having many rare fauna and bird populations, is looking to increase its revenues. The Zoo is a self-sustaining organisation that does not get…

India’s fight against Covid-19 exemplary: PM in Rajya Sabha
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India’s fight against Covid-19 exemplary: PM in Rajya Sabha

February 9, 2022

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday listed out his Government’s achievements in the Covid-19 period and claimed that it has set an example before the world. Responding to the Motion of Thanks to the President’s address in the Rajya Sabha, he said, “More than 80 crore Indians have been provided free ration during…

87 doctors among 1,616 healthcare workers died by Covid: Centre
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87 doctors among 1,616 healthcare workers died by Covid: Centre

February 9, 2022

IMA claims around 1,800 doctors have sacrificed their lives in the last two years New Delhi: As many as 1,616 healthcare workers (HCWs) have lost their lives fighting Covid-19 in the country, Union Health Ministry informed in Parliament on Tuesday. The Government’s death toll among HCWs include 87 doctors, 40 nurses, 136 paramedics, 6 ambulance…

Man gives new life to his best friend’s wife
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Man gives new life to his best friend’s wife

February 8, 2022

COVID snatches away his friend but he gives new meaning for their 13-year-old friendship Chamarajanagar: At a time when many cordial family relationships have broken due to COVID and its aftermath and at a time when many couples have parted ways unable to bear the post-pandemic trauma of living in a relationship that no longer…

Third wave to wane by Feb-end: Health Commissioner
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Third wave to wane by Feb-end: Health Commissioner

February 8, 2022

Bengaluru: State Health Commissioner D. Randeep has said that the third wave of COVID-19 is likely to wane by February-end. The peak of cases encountered will come down to the base level by the end of this month itself. An overall decline in Covid cases in the country is expected by March. With Omicron dominating…

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