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The world in 2022: Another year of living dangerously

On the brink of a new year, the world faces a daunting array of challenges: the resurgent Covid-19 pandemic, the climate emergency, the struggle between democracy and authoritarianism, humanitarian crises, mass migration, and trans-national terrorism. […]

Article

Achievements by Indians on the global scene

2021 had its share of highs and lows, but what we’re choosing to focus on as the year comes to a close are the Indians who broke barriers and reached significant milestones in their chosen […]

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Article

Most significant events in 2021

One good thing can be said about 2021: it wasn’t as tumultuous as 2020, which put in a claim to be the worst year ever. That, however, may be damning with faint praise. Yes, the […]

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Astrology

Birthday Horoscope-Dec 13 to Dec 19, 2021

By Astro Friend Chirag – Son of Astrologer Bejan Daruwalla Ganesha says you will have the most amazing day ever today. You will be very lucky in achieving whatever you want today. You will be also generous and spend your money unreasonably […]

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Astrology

Weekly Horoscope- December 13 to Dec 19, 2021

Shree Ganeshaya Namah!!! By Astro Friend Chirag – Son of Astrologer Bejan Daruwalla Aries : Ganesha says this week is going to be fascinating. Everything will happen at its natural rate, and you will conquer […]

Breaking News

As Omicron Variant Cases Pop Up in U.S., Officials Launch Efforts to Prevent COVID Surges

New York officials said five cases were detected in City and Long Island NEW YORK (TIP): As scientists identify cases of COVID-19 caused by the omicron variant in the United States, officials at all levels […]

Breaking News

The bipartisan infrastructure bill is finally on its way to President Biden’s desk

House Approves $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill in the bipartisan 228-206 vote I.S. Saluja WASHINGTON, D.C. (TIP): After months of intense debate between Democrats’ warring factions, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Friday, November 5, secured […]

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Coronavirus

Are Covid-19 boosters the same as the original vaccines?

Are Covid-19 boosters the same as the original vaccines? Yes, Covid-19 boosters use the same recipe as the original shots, despite the emergence of the more contagious delta variant. The vaccines weren’t tweaked to better […]

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World

Japan vaccine minister Taro Kono seeks to be next prime minister

Tokyo (TIP): Japan’s outspoken vaccinations minister, Taro Kono, announced on september 10 that he is running to become head of the governing party, who usually is chosen prime minister, and pledged to be reform-minded and […]

Health

Blood clotting may be behind long Covid syndrome: Study

Patients with Long Covid syndrome continue to have higher measures of blood clotting, which may help explain their persistent symptoms, such as reduced physical fitness and fatigue, finds a research. While the dangerous clotting has […]

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Interview

DR. MANJEET KAUR

Professor i Motivational Speaker i Author i Wellness i Corporate Trainer drmanjeetkaur.com – (732)266-2027- [email protected] Manjeet has a Doctorate in Psychology with over 20 years’ experience in teaching, career counseling, health, and wellness development programs.Presently working […]

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Science & Technology

Now ask Alexa to find nearest Covid vaccine centre

Amazon Alexa has been updated with the latest Covid-19 related features for Indian users. The virtual assistant can help you find the nearest Covid-19 testing centres, vaccination centres, and answer queries about vaccination, helpline numbers […]

India

Call off kanwar yatra, or we will, SC tells UP

New Delhi (TIP): The Supreme Court on Friday, July 16,  observed that “the Uttar Pradesh government cannot go ahead with the kanwar yatra – 100%”, asking the state to either withdraw the decision to allow […]

India

Indian-origin Healthcare Experts in Queen’s Birthday Honors spotlight

LONDON (TIP): Indian-origin healthcare experts involved in the field of Covid-19 vaccine trials and community support efforts are among those in the spotlight at the Queen’s Birthday Honors List. The Queen’s Birthday Honors List, unveiled […]

Frontpage News

Eye Foundation of America will hold a Friend/ Fundraiser on 5th June, 2021

NEW YORK (TIP): Eye Foundation of America will hold a friend/ fundraiser on June 5, 2021. It will be a virtual event, being co-hosted by Eye Foundation of America, AAPI, GAPIO and Rotary. The virtual […]

Women

Apply almond oil to get rid of dark circles

Dark circles and our lifestyle today go hand in hand. Over working, not getting proper sleep or diet for that matter is very damaging. How tired you are, your dark circles are in your face […]

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Coronavirus

Denmark, Norway, Iceland suspend AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine over concerns about blood clots

Denmark, Norway, and Iceland have paused use of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine while investigators look into several cases of blood clots among vaccinated people. Denmark has halted its use of the coronavirus vaccine for at least […]

Coronavirus

Global Covid-19 caseload tops 118.4 million

The overall number of global Covid-19 cases has topped 118.4 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 2.60 million, according to the Johns Hopkins University. In its latest update on Friday, March 12, […]

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One year of pandemic

Vaccine a bright spot, but no dearth of challenges A year has passed since the World Health Organisation declared a global pandemic after over a lakh cases of Covid-19 were confirmed across the world, transforming […]

Women

Ways to hydrate dry and breaking hair

Let us start with what is dry hair. Your hair is dry when it lacks or loses the ability to retain moisture, leaving your hair dry and brittle. This in return leads to hair breakage […]

Women

Here’s how to shed the ‘lockdown kilos’

The coronavirus virus lockdown took a toll on our mental as well as physical well-being. The quarantine period was a tough one for people. There is a steep rise in the number of people who […]

Women

International Women’s Day 2021

This year, the theme for International Women’s Day (March 8) is “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world” Women of the world want and deserve an equal future free from stigma, […]

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Coronavirus

India allows 24×7 COVID vaccination; indigenous Covaxin’s phase-3 trial results show 81% efficacy

The government on Wednesday, March 3,  said it has permitted round-the-clock COVID-19 vaccination as part of efforts to speed-up the immunisation drive which received a fresh boost with the makers of the indigenous Covaxin saying […]

Coronavirus

Global Covid-19 caseload tops 115.5 mn

Washington (TIP): In its latest update on Friday, March 5 morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the current global caseload and death toll stood at 115,584,230 and 2,568,083, respectively. […]

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Coronavirus

More US states drop mask mandates

More US states have announced plans to drop mask mandates amid continued high levels of new Covid-19 cases nationwide and increasing variant infections, drawing criticism from health experts. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced on Thursday […]