Keep yourself safe from the dangers of Omicron, you can stay healthy by adopting these simple habits

The number of corona infected is increasing continuously, in such a situation everyone is adopting various measures to protect themselves. In the midst of all this, everyone’s main objective is to keep themselves safe. Basic….

28717 cases of Kovid were reported in Russia

Moscow: Russia has recorded 28,717 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. A day earlier, 28,190 cases were reported here, after which a further increase has been seen in the latest figures. So far, a total of 7,861,681 cases have been registered in the country. Russia’s Official Monitoring and Response Center gave this information … Read more

Snapchat problem, users could not post or send messages for a while

New Delhi: Popular social media app Snapchat was shut down globally on Wednesday evening, leaving many users unable to post story updates or send messages. Snap, which is the parent company of Snapchat, tweeted, “We know some Snapchatters are having trouble using the app right now — wait, we’re looking at it! Down Detector, an … Read more

31 new cases of corona registered in Delhi, no death for the third consecutive day

New Delhi: According to the bulletin of the Health Department, 31 new cases of corona were reported in the national capital on Wednesday, after which the total number of corona cases has increased to 14,39,283. However, no death has been reported in the city in the last three days. The death toll in the city … Read more

Clear the way for the construction of AIIMS in Rewari: Khattar

Clear the way for the construction of AIIMS in Rewari: Khattar IANS | Edited By : IANS | Updated on: 13 Oct 2021, 08:15:01 PM (source: IANS) (Photo Credit: (source: IANS)) Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Wednesday that all the formalities related to the construction of All India Institute of Medical … Read more

Kovid cases increased again in Kerala, TPR more than 12 percent

Thiruvananthapuram: Kovid cases in Kerala have increased again on Wednesday after declining for a few days. After testing 89,995 samples, 11,079 cases have been reported in the state and the test positivity rate has also increased to 12.31 percent. On Tuesday, 7,823 new cases of corona were reported, while the TPR was 9.09 percent. Vijayan … Read more

1,233 new cases of corona registered in Indonesia, 48 died

Jakarta: After the arrival of 1,233 new cases of corona in Indonesia, the total cases have increased to 42,31,046, while the death toll has increased to 1,42,811 with 48 new deaths. The country’s Health Ministry gave this information on Wednesday. According to the ministry, 2,259 more people were discharged from hospitals, taking the total number … Read more

India withdraws Kovid restrictions imposed on the arrival of UK citizens

India withdraws Kovid restrictions imposed on the arrival of UK citizens IANS | Edited By : IANS | Updated on: 13 Oct 2021, 07:00:01 PM (source: IANS) (Photo Credit: (source: IANS)) New Delhi: India on Wednesday withdrew the COVID restrictions imposed on UK nationals traveling to India. An official statement said that additional testing and … Read more

ASUS Tech Company will pick up e-waste at your doorstep in India at no charge

New Delhi: Taiwanese tech company ASUS on Wednesday announced that it will pick up e-waste from people’s homes in India at no charge. The Hashtech Discord Responsibility campaign will go live on International E-Waste Day, which is on October 14, and will go on till October 31. According to the United Nations, each person at … Read more

Facebook outage: 125 times increase in Google Maps, phone usage also increased 75 times

New Delhi: Google Maps usage jumped 125 times when Facebook and its proprietary apps like WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger suffered a global outage earlier this month, according to a new report released on Wednesday. A report by artificial intelligence innovation start-up Bobble AI revealed that Indians chose to go back to traditional modes of communication … Read more