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Coronavirus testing may not be needed in some cases after exposure: CDC

[ad_1] People without COVID-19 symptoms may not need to be tested even after exposure to the virus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a reversal of earlier guidelines. In an update earlier this week,┬áthe CDC said, “You do not necessarily need a test unless you are a vulnerable individual or your … Read more Coronavirus testing may not be needed in some cases after exposure: CDC

Often Mistaken For Asthma, This Rare Breathing Disorder Strikes Young Athletes : Shots

[ad_1] Dr. J. Tod Olin at National Jewish Hospital in Denver, treats patients with EILO, or for exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction. It’s a breathing disorder that affects young athletes especially. National Jewish Health hide caption toggle caption National Jewish Health Dr. J. Tod Olin at National Jewish Hospital in Denver, treats patients with EILO, or for … Read more Often Mistaken For Asthma, This Rare Breathing Disorder Strikes Young Athletes : Shots

Manushi Chhillar auctions her paintings to raise funds for frontline workers

Manushi Chhillar auctions her paintings to raise funds for frontline workers

Mumbai, Aug 18 (IANS) Actress and former Miss World Manushi Chhillar has been invited by a non-profit organisation to help raise funds for Covid protection kits for frontline workers by selling her painting in an online art exhibition. The event will celebrate the unseen and unsung heroes who have worked relentlessly during this pandemic. The … Read more Manushi Chhillar auctions her paintings to raise funds for frontline workers

K’taka allows restricted Ganesha fest in public places

K’taka allows restricted Ganesha fest in public places

 (20:40)  Bengaluru, Aug 18 (IANS) In view of the religious sentiments involved, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday allowed celebration of the Ganesha festival in public places on August 22 even as the city’s idol-makers are not finding very many customers due to the Covid restrictions. “A Ganesha idol not more than 4 feet … Read more K’taka allows restricted Ganesha fest in public places

How the right child artiste for ‘Masaba Masaba’ was found

How the right child artiste for ‘Masaba Masaba’ was found

 (20:40)  Mumbai, Aug 18 (IANS) Director Sonam Nair says finding a younger version of the protagonist for the upcoming show based on moments of the life of fashion designer Masaba Gupta was challenging. The makers of show “Masaba Masaba” had to audition at least a hundred children over the period of three weeks before finding Amariah … Read more How the right child artiste for ‘Masaba Masaba’ was found

DDMA meet on Wed on reopening of hotels, gyms and weekly markets

DDMA meet on Wed on reopening of hotels, gyms and weekly markets

 (20:45)  New Delhi, Aug 18 (IANS) A crucial meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) is scheduled for Wednesday where a decision is likely to be taken on reopening of hotels, gymnasiums and weekly markets in the national capital. The meeting was to take place on Tuesday but it got postponed due to some issues, … Read more DDMA meet on Wed on reopening of hotels, gyms and weekly markets

OMC gives Rs 250 cr more for corona fight in Odisha

OMC gives Rs 250 cr more for corona fight in Odisha

 (20:46)  Bhubaneswar, Aug 18 (IANS) The Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) on Tuesday contributed Rs 250 crore to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) for supporting the state government’s efforts to control the COVID-19 pandemic. OMC Chairman Sanjeev Chopra handed over the cheque to Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy at Lok Seva Bhavan here. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik … Read more OMC gives Rs 250 cr more for corona fight in Odisha

Healthy monsoon, global cues push equity market higher (Lead)

Healthy monsoon, global cues push equity market higher (Lead)

 (20:53)  Mumbai, Aug 18 (IANS) A healthy monsoon, along with global cues and stock-specific movements, lifted the Indian equity market on Tuesday. Sector-wise, top gainers were BSE Realty, Bankex, CD and Metal indices, whereas top losers included the BSE Healthcare index. Globally, major Asian markets closed on a mixed note, while European indices like FTSE and … Read more Healthy monsoon, global cues push equity market higher (Lead)