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    COVID-19 cases may spike soon; no relaxation in curbs: Government

    India may soon witness a resurgence of COVID-19 cases as the Union Health Ministry on Tuesday expressed concern over the slowdown in the drop of infections. It also warned people against any laxity towards preventive behavior and said co-infections along with coronavirus could be "problematic" during monsoons. It further said the increase in COVID-19 cases around the globe also remains a concern.

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    One injured as boulders fall on car in Himachal’s Kangra

    Kangra (Himachal Pradesh), July 28 (ANI): One person was injured after heavy boulders fell on his car in Nurpur area of Kangra district on July 27. The injured person was rushed to a hospital where his condition is stated to be stable. The weather office has predicted heavy rain till July 30 in the Himachal Pradesh with a red alert in four districts of Kangra, Mandi, Sirmaur and Bilaspur on July 28.

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    There Are Cases of People Testing Positive More Than Once: Govt on Covid Reinfection

    Minister of State for Health Bharati Pravin Pawar said the current isolation, quarantine, treatment, and other public health measures remain valid in case of re-infections also.

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    COVID-19 vaccine for children likely next month, says Health Minister

    India will likely start administering coronavirus vaccines to children in a matter of weeks, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said this morning, news agency ANI reported. "We would likely begin vaccinating children from next month," the newly-appointed Health Minister told Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs in a meeting at the Parliament, also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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    India's liquor problems: alcohol consumption patterns in Indian states

    Liquor shops across the country have seen unruly crowds jostling for their choice of tipple, with social distancing norms going for a toss.

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    10 famous Indians who won the battle against cancer

    These super-heroes motivate us to maintain our composure on the battleground of life and emerge victoriously.


    8 Plus Size Television Actresses Who Have Proved That Size Doesn't Matter, Talent Does

    Our country is a place where beauty is measured on the basis of certain parameters. If you don’t fall under those parameters, you are not ‘BEAUTIFUL’. Some of these beauty parameters include being slim, fair and tall. So, according to our dear society, if you are dusky, overweight or short, you are not eligible to fall in the category of ‘BEAUTIFUL’. This practice of objectifying on the basis of looks, size and colour is quite evident in both Bollywood and the Indian television industry. These u

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    Kerala Man Injures Wife’s Lover by Shooting at Private Parts Over Love Affair

    The incident has been reported from the Chengganur district near Mundankavu in Kerala. According to details by Police, the injured person has been admitted to a hospital in Thiruvalla.

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    Initiatives taken by Deepika Padukone toward betterment of mental health

    Mental health was never given much importance before, but now thankfully, it's become a significant talking point. All thanks to celebrities like Deepika Padukone who have opened up about depression, and have also encouraged others to do the same. And, not just discussing, she has also launched many initiatives like her first audio festival on Clubhouse, Care Package, which laid emphasis on mental health.

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    Bollywood celebrities who adopted yoga as a way of life

    Many Bollywood celebs believe yoga to be a crucial component of their training regimen.

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