Praphul Singh

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Explained: COVID-19 impact on oil, Gulf economies, Indians and India's remittance

The coronavirus pandemic took a major toll on the oil-driven economies earnings.

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How National Digital Health Mission and Health ID card will benefit people: Everything you want to know

Everything you want to know about the National Digital Health Mission as announced by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Independence Day Speech.

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Pakistan government trolls target female journalists; cyber harassment allegations against Imran Khan’s party

More than 30 female journalists issued a joint statement on online harassment and abuse they face on social media by ruling party trolls. The statement says, that comments critical of the…

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Shops ransacked, looted in Chicago as BLM protest turns violent: Report

Shops in downtown Chicago were ransacked and looted early Monday (August 10) prompting a large police response and several arrests during the ongoing BLM protests, according to local media.

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Beirut blast: Viral videos of the moment when it happened!

Videos of the massive explosion from Beirut has gone viral depicting the impact the blast left. Videos show a Bride running away for life while filming for her Bridal photoshoot to a father…

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After ban on Chinese apps, why Tencent-backed PUBG Mobile may be axed in India

But, why PUBG? It was the most common listed question on the internet as the news report surfaced. Let us have a close look at the origin of the game and why it stands on the edge of losing one of…

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Coronavirus: Taiwan, the only winning economy among Four Asian Tigers

As Taiwan GDP has moved up the other Asian economies like South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore continued to face the worst ever economic slump in decades. 

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India's nuclear strategy focus shifts from Pakistan to China: Report

The analysis was done by authors Hans M. Kristensen and Matt Korda which further suggest that the change in posture was reinforced after the 2017 Doklam standoff. 

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India's Aarogya Setu becomes world's most downloaded contact-tracing app

With 127.6 million downloads India's Aarogya Setu tops the list of Contact Tracing App installs

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Dilemma behind opting for Ivy League schools in COVID-19 times

Harvard is not reducing its tuition costs for the fall semester, even though all classes will be taught remotely.

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Hong Kong protests is Tiananmen Square in slow motion: Tiananmen massacre survivor

Chan Ching Wa had flown to Beijing in 1989 to deliver donations and show solidarity to his fellow university students ahead of a bloody crackdown when Chinese troops opened fire on student-led…

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Whistleblower accuses UN human rights office of helping China keep an eye on dissidents

Emma Reilly, a UN employee who first alleged the practice in 2013, said, "One of the first issues we had to deal with was a request from China to know whether specific individuals were planning to…

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Ventilators in times of COVID-19: Life-saving machine or a 'killing' unit?

According to an estimate projected by in a report by Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy, India will need an estimated 1 million ventilators to address the peak of coronavirus. 

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Report suggests coronavirus spread in Wuhan started earlier than China reported

There were signs of coronavirus outbreak in the wider community in early January - well before the world and the public was even told that the pathogen was 'contagious'

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'I lost my job to Coronavirus and now I am uncertain about my future,' says Yuvraj, Indian evacuated from Italy

Yuvraj, whose quarantine time is over already, is still in ITBP Facility because of the lockdown.

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