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US applauds 'true friend' India for gifting COVID-19 vaccine to several countries
Sat, Jan 23, 2021
Terming India a "true friend" which is using its pharmaceutical sector to help the global community, the US has applauded New Delhi for gifting COVID-19 vaccines to several countries.
Lenovo announces 'ThinkReality A3' enterprise AR glasses
Tue, Jan 12, 2021
Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo is finally entering the Augmented Reality space by announcing the impending arrival of the 'ThinkReality A3'. This pair of enterprise AR glasses looks to follow the lead set by bigger players in the segment like Epson and Microsoft. According to Tech Crunch, the glasses are due to arrive at some point in the middle of this year. No official word from Lenovo has been said regarding the product pricing, which isn't entirely surprising for an enterprise only device. The headset sports a 1080p resolution, powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR1 chip. A pair of fish-eye cameras provides motion tracking, while an eight-megapixel RGB camera grabs video for remote use. The device is going to be designed to tether to a PC or a handful of Motorola (owned by Lenovo). It can be seen clearly that Lenovo thinks the immediate future for AR is in the enterprise space. The company has dabbled with it a bit in the consumer space earlier with products like the Star Wars Jedi Challenges headset, but for now, at least, that feels like something of a one-off.
High court rebukes AIIMS nurse's strike, hearing to be held soon
Tue, Dec 15, 2020
Delhi High Court stopped the protest of nurses in AIIMS Delhi, Over 5000 nurse were doing the protest with the aim of raising their wages. However, AIIMS said that they will discuss the issue and then able to make a decision.
Light lamps to mark our fight against COVID-19 on Apr 05 for 9 mins: PM Modi
Fri, Apr 03, 2020
Amid coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on April 03. In a video message he request the nation to switch off light for nine minutes and light up lamp candle torch to mark our fight against COVID-19. “I request all of you to switch off all the lights of your house on 5th April at 9 PM for 9 minutes, and just light a candle, 'diya', or mobile's flashlight, to mark our fight against coronavirus,” said PM Modi.
Delhi coronavirus lockdown: Online services for essential goods to be allowed: Arvind Kejriwal
Thu, Mar 26, 2020
"We have witnessed that the shops which are providing essential services are facing huge crowds and therefore we have decided that shops selling essential items will be allowed to remain open 24/7."
Weather today: Pleasant, sunny morning in Delhi, light rain likely
Wed, Mar 25, 2020
The city was lashed by showers on Tuesday evening and it received 1.4 mm rain in the last 24 hours, the meteorological department official said. Relative humidity at 8.30 am was was 92 per cent.
Weather today on 24.02.2020: Pleasant morning in Delhi, temperature settles at 10.8 deg C
Mon, Feb 24, 2020
"The minimum temperature was recorded at 10.8 degrees celsius, normal for the season," a Meteorological Department official said. The weatherman predicted a clear day ahead with the possibility of mist on Tuesday morning.
First meeting of Ram Temple Trust concludes in Delhi
Thu, Feb 20, 2020
The first meeting of Ram Temple Trust took place at the residence of K Parasaran, who is heading the trust. Nitya Gopal Das is named as the president of the trust. Champat Rai has been named as the general secretary and Govind Dev Giri is named as the Treasurer. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 05 announced the formation of Ram Temple trust in Lok Sabha.
Realty, banking stocks lift indices higher, Yes Bank jumps by 6.6 pc
Fri, Jan 24, 2020
Equity benchmark indices closed in the positive zone on Thursday led by strong gains in banking and realty stocks. Several investors hoped the upcoming Union Budget will have policy and fiscal measures to get the economic momentum back on track.
Rain lashes national capital
Wed, Jan 08, 2020
National capital observed drizzling early morning on Jan 08. Parts of the city including the Feroz Shah Road received rain. The minimum temperature was recorded at 12 degree Celsius and maximum was at 17 degree Celsius. IMD predicted for thunderstorm with hail for the day in the city.
Study reveals fast action, right resources are key to treating fulminant myocarditis
Wed, Jan 08, 2020
The resources needed to treat fulminant myocarditis -- severe, inflammation of the heart that develops rapidly -- are outlined in a new Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association on how best to reduce fatalities from this rare condition. The study is published in cardiovascular journal -- Circulation. Fulminant myocarditis, often caused by a viral infection, comes on suddenly and often with significant severity, resulting in an exceptionally high risk of death caused by cardiogenic shock -- the heart's inability to pump enough blood, fatal arrhythmias, and multiorgan failure. With many of today's technology advances, numerous devices can fully support a patient's circulation and oxygenation and ventilation when necessary. The early recognition of fulminant myocarditis, the institution of circulatory support and maintenance of end-organ function, especially avoiding prolonged neurologic hypoxemia, can result in favourable outcomes for this previously almost universally fatal condition. The new statement details increasing awareness and education of fulminant myocarditis among health care providers to speed evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. Treatment options for optimal outcomes include supporting patients through the use of extracorporeal life support (heart-lung machine), percutaneous and durable ventricular assist devices (devices to help the heart pump) and heart transplantation. "It is fortunate that fulminant myocarditis is rare and that it usually presents in typically younger and healthier patients, rather than critically ill patients seen in the office or emergency department," said Leslie T Cooper, MD, FAHA, vice-chair of the Statement Writing Group."This is where there are the greatest opportunities: early diagnosis, rapid treatment and the ability of frontline clinicians to detect the subtle signs and symptoms of this serious condition."
21 trains delayed due to low visibility in Northern Railway region
Thu, Jan 02, 2020
National capital was wrapped in thick blanket of fog on the morning of January 02. Several trains were running late due to fog. 21 trains got delayed due to low visibility in the Northern Railway region. Minimum temperature was recorded at 5.8°C on January 02.
Delhi weather today: National capital witnesses coldest December day in 119 years
Tue, Dec 31, 2019
The national capital woke up to another chilly morning on Tuesday after breaking the 119-year record of the coldest December day on Monday.
Equity indices in the green, Nifty Bank hits fresh record high
Mon, Dec 30, 2019
Equity benchmark indices were in the positive terrain during early hours on Monday tracking their Asian peers with easing of trade war worries and reduced uncertainty over the Brexit. At 10:15 am, the BSE S&P Sensex was up by 71 points to 41,646 while the Nifty 50 edged higher by 20 points at 12,266. Apart from Nifty metal and PSU bank, all sectoral indices at the National Stock Exchange were in the green. Nifty bank rose by 0.47 per cent to a fresh record high while Nifty auto ticked up by 0.63 per cent and FMCG by 0.5 per cent.
Dense fog engulfs Delhi
Mon, Dec 30, 2019
Dense fog gripped national capital as chilly weather continued in Northern India. Fog enveloped Delhi’s Connaught Place area. Indian Meteorological Department issued ‘red’ alert for the national capital as cold waves continue unabated in the region. Minimum temperature of 2.5°C was recorded in the national capital, on December 29.
Abhishek praises father Amitabh Bachchan on receiving Dada Phalke Award
Mon, Dec 30, 2019
Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan was honoured with the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke award on Dec 29. Son Abhishek Bachchan is all praise as he shared a congratulatory post for his father on social media. The 43-year-old actor hopped on to Instagram and posted a picture of Big B and called the latter his “hero”. The legendary actor was conferred the highest honour of the film industry for his outstanding contribution to cinema.
Dense fog affects flights operations at IGI airport
Mon, Dec 30, 2019
As the national capital was engulfed in thick blanket of fog, flight operations were affected. Several flights were delayed due to cold wave. Normal operations were suspended due to low visibility at IGI airport. Minimum temperature was recorded at 3.4 °C on December 29. On December 28, Indian Meteorological Department issued ‘red’ warning for Delhi. The red colour denotes extreme weather conditions.
Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus may feature even bigger camera bump: Report
Mon, Dec 30, 2019
If you thought the camera bump on the Apple iPhone 11 was overpowering, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 may just leave you somewhat baffled. According to tipster @OnLeaks, the high-end Galaxy S11 Plus version could feature a vertical rectangular camera module with rounded edges and comprise of four lenses and a flash. The image shared on Twitter appears to be a prototype design. It isn't clear if this would be the final Galaxy S11 Plus design when it launches in 2020.
30 trains delayed due to dense fog in Northern Railway region
Mon, Dec 30, 2019
Several trains are running late after fog blankets northern India on December 30. Fog enveloped New Delhi railway station reducing visibility. The cold waves are expected to grip the national capital in next few days. 30 trains are running late due to low visibility in the Northern Railway region. Minimum temperature of 2.5°C was recorded in the national capital, on December 29.
In ‘New India’ corruption is never an option, competence is the norm: PM Modi
Fri, Aug 30, 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended ‘Manorama News Conclave 2019’ through video conference on August 30. While addressing the event Prime Minister said, “This is a new India where surnames of the youth don't matter, what matters is their ability to make their own name. New India is not about voice of select few but each Indian. This is an India where corruption is never an option, whoever the person is. Competence is the norm.”