• Bill & Melinda Gates’ money management firm changes name after divorce

    Bill & Melinda Gates’ money management firm changes name after divorce
    Published Date : 22-Jun-2021 4:07:47 IST

    The company which manages the personal wealth of Microsoft Co-founder Bill and Melinda French Gates is changing its name to Cascade Asset Management Co. “The new name is intended to allow for the evolving needs of the Gates family and their philanthropic work,” a spokesperson for Cascade said. The ex-couple announced their divorce in May after 27 years of marriage.

  • Coronavirus is still among us and can mutate: PM Modi warns people

    Coronavirus is still among us and can mutate: PM Modi warns people
    Published Date : 18-Jun-2021 11:43:28 IST

    PM Narendra Modi on Friday warned the citizens that coronavirus is “still among us” and the possibility of it mutating is also there. “We have to further enhance the preparedness of the country to meet the challenges ahead,” he asserted. PM Modi has launched six crash course programmes to train around 1 lakh frontline workers to help fight COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Gautam Adani loses $13.2 billion in net worth in 4 days

    Gautam Adani loses $13.2 billion in net worth in 4 days
    Published Date : 18-Jun-2021 11:14:35 IST

    Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani’s wealth dropped by $13.2 billion to $63.5 billion in four days, as per Bloomberg. The 58-year-old has lost more money this week than anyone else in the world, Bloomberg reported. This comes as stocks of Adani Group companies crashed following reports of foreign funds’ accounts being frozen. The group had called the reports “blatantly erroneous”.

  • No shot, no shoot, says film industry

    No shot, no shoot, says film industry
    Published Date : 18-Jun-2021 7:09:27 IST

    The Telugu film industry has decided to allow actors and technicians on film sets only if they produce a vaccination certificate. It will be the responsibility of a production house to check vaccination certificates in advance and only then permit artistes and those belonging to the 24 crafts in the film industry for shoots. With Covid cases decreasing in Telangana and the lockdown hours reduced, the Telugu Film Chamber of Commerce is hopeful that the government would soon permit film shootings.

  • Petrol crosses ₹102 per litre mark in Mumbai as fuel rates hiked again

    Petrol crosses ₹102 per litre mark in Mumbai as fuel rates hiked again
    Published Date : 11-Jun-2021 10:12:44 IST

    Petrol and diesel prices hit record-high levels on Friday after fuel rates were hiked again. The petrol price in Mumbai rose to ₹102.04 per litre, the highest across metro cities. Meanwhile, diesel price in the country’s financial capital reached ₹94.15 per litre. In Delhi, petrol price rose to ₹95.85 per litre, while diesel is retailing at ₹86.75 per litre.

  • Eluru nears 100% vax target for 45+ group

    Eluru nears 100% vax target for 45+ group
    Published Date : 11-Jun-2021 9:41:54 IST

    Eluru in West Godavari district is set to become the first city in Andhra Pradesh to get the entire population above 45 years age-group vaccinated for Covid-19. The district administration has already covered 95% of the city’s 45+ population with two doses of vaccination and plans to cover the remaining beneficiaries in the next few days. Eluru is the home town of deputy chief minister (health) Alla Kalikrishna Srinivas (Nani).

  • Govt issues guidelines on managing COVID-19 in children

    Govt issues guidelines on managing COVID-19 in children
    Published Date : 10-Jun-2021 12:30:54 IST

    The Directorate General of Health Services has issued comprehensive guidelines for the management of COVID-19 among children. It suggested rational use of High-resolution CT scan and stated, “Steroids should be used at the right time, in the right dose and for the right duration. Self-medication of steroids must be avoided.” The guidelines also said that Remdesivir isn’t recommended for children.

  • Free vaccines, food to cost India an additional Rs 80,000 cr: Report

    Free vaccines, food to cost India an additional Rs 80,000 cr: Report
    Published Date : 08-Jun-2021 12:59:07 IST

    India will need to spend an additional ₹80,000 crore ($11 billion) to provide free vaccines and food to crores of people impacted by the second COVID-19 wave, Bloomberg reported citing sources. The government will earmark ₹70,000 crore to provide food to over 80 crore people till Diwali and will need an additional ₹10,000 crore to provide free vaccines, sources said.

  • Won’t Expose Daughter To Social Media: Kohli

    Won’t Expose Daughter To Social Media: Kohli
    Published Date : 31-May-2021 10:27:49 IST

    Virat Kohli recently revealed that he and Anushka Sharma have decided to not expose their daughter Vamika to social media. Responding to a fan’s query on Instagram, Virat said, “We have, as a couple, decided not to expose our child to social media before she has an understanding of what social media is and make her own choice.” The couple welcomed their first child in January this year.

  • What are the symptoms of low oxygen level in body?

    What are the symptoms of low oxygen level in body?
    Published Date : 29-May-2021 9:25:42 IST

    Amid COVID-19 pandemic, the government has asked people to be alert to the symptoms of low oxygen level, which include difficulty in breathing, confusion, difficulty in waking up and bluish lips or face. “Adults may develop chest pain,” it added. Meanwhile, children may experience flaring up of nostrils, grunting while breathing or inability to drink or eat, the government stated. This can allow you to determine what you should be paying for if you https://www.affordable-papers.net/ buy term paper wholesale.

  • COVID-19 +ve man, unable to pay bill, jumps from Hyd hospital; dies

    COVID-19 +ve man, unable to pay bill, jumps from Hyd hospital; dies
    Published Date : 29-May-2021 9:23:00 IST

    A 54-year-old COVID-19 infected man jumped from second floor of a private hospital in Hyderabad, where he was recuperating, allegedly over his inability to pay the bill. While his wife and son were discharged after paying ₹5 lakh each, the man’s amount was due. After he jumped from the building, he was rushed to another hospital but died on Thursday.

  • Hard to face families: Sonu on not being able to save COVID-19 patients

    Hard to face families: Sonu on not being able to save COVID-19 patients
    Published Date : 24-May-2021 12:43:37 IST

    Actor Sonu Sood opened up about feeling “helpless” when he’s unable to save COVID-19 patients. He tweeted, “Losing a patient you’ve been trying to save, is nothing less than losing your own. It’s so hard to face the family whose loved one you’d promised to save. The families you were in touch with…ten times a day will lose touch forever.”

  • Priyanka Chopra increases target of COVID-19 fundraiser to ₹22 cr

    Priyanka Chopra increases target of COVID-19 fundraiser to ₹22 cr
    Published Date : 24-May-2021 12:22:31 IST

    Actress Priyanka Chopra has increased the target of her COVID-19 fundraiser, Together For India, to ₹22 crore now. “We know there is a lot left to be done and so we’ve increased our target to $3 million (around ₹22 crores)…We’ll now also look towards supporting humanitarian aid programmes such as cooked meals,” she said in a video on Instagram.

  • Swiggy, Zomato resume operations in Hyd after pausing services

    Swiggy, Zomato resume operations in Hyd after pausing services
    Published Date : 24-May-2021 12:18:54 IST

    Swiggy and Zomato have resumed services in Hyderabad with a limited fleet. Both the platforms had paused their services in the city on May 22 and sought clarity after the police had seized vehicles of delivery workers during lockdown checks. Telangana DGP Mahender Reddy later instructed three Commissioners of Police to address the issue and ensure smooth delivery of essentials.