Hundreds wounded across Jerusalem in worst day of violence in years.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="91473,91472,91471,91470,91474,91469,91468,91475,91467,91476,91466,91465,91477"]Hundreds of people were wounded at Jerusalem’s Al Aqsa Mosque compound on Monday as Israeli police stormed the third holiest site in Islam.And 20 Palestinians, including nine children, were killed...

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Global Covid-19 deaths more than double official estimates, says IMHE.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="91234,91235,91236,91237,91238,91239,91240,91241"]The University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), an independent health research organization that provides comparable measurement of the world’s health problems, has been cited in the past...

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India’s Covid-19 tally surges to over 20 million.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="90991,90992,90993,90994,90995,90996,90997,90998"]On May 4, India reported 357,229 new cases of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), pushing the infection tally past the 20-million mark. India's deadly second wave of infections, the world's biggest surge in coronavirus infections,...

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Marathon assembly election ends in West Bengal.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="90747,90748,90749,90750,90751,90752,90753,90754,90755"]Polling for one of the most grueling and long-drawn West Bengal assembly elections concluded on April 29 with an estimated around 80 per cent of over 84.77 lakh voters exercising their franchise. The protracted polls were...

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International aid arrives to assist India’s fight against Covid-19.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="90494,90495,90496,90497,90498,90499,90500,90501,90502"]The first emergency medical supplies trickled into Covid-hit India on April 28 as part of a global campaign to staunch a catastrophic wave in the latest pandemic hotspot, with the United States also pledging to export millions...

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Delhi’s hospitals sound alarm as oxygen supplies run out.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="90280,90281,90282,90283,90284,90285,90286,90287"]Several hospitals in the national capital issued new distress messages about their dwindling oxygen supply as the crisis continued on April 22, prompting the Delhi government to hit out at what it described as “jungle raj”...

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Relief, joy in the US as ex-cop is convicted in George Floyd murder.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="90145,90146,90147,90148,90149,90150,90151,90152,90153,90154,90155,90156"]Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted on April 20 of murdering George Floyd, a milestone in the fraught racial history of the United States and a rebuke of law enforcement's treatment...

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Delhi’s funeral services stretched thin by rising Covid-19 deaths.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="89821,89823,89824,89825,89826,89827,89828,89829,89822"]The surge in Covid-19 cases in the Capital has not only burdened the city’s medical infrastructure and health care workers but also stretched thin Delhi’s crematoriums and burial grounds, which are now struggling to dispose...

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India overtakes Brazil with second-highest cases of Covid-19.

[gallery order="DESC" ids="89609,89610,89611,89612,89613,89614,89615,89616"]On April 12, India overtook Brazil to become the second-most affected country globally in terms of Covid-19 cases. India reported a record 1,68,912 new infections on April 12 as the national recovery rate fell below 90 percent....

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Coronavirus second wave: Do not ignore these COVID-19 symptoms even if you don’t have fever and cold.

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