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Kejriwal on the Monkeypox case

  • The first case of Monkeypox has been detected in Delhi. The patient is stable and recovering
  • There is no need to panic. The situation is under control
  • We have created a separate isolation room at the LNJP. Our best team is on the case to prevent the spread and protect Delhiites

A Russian strike on the port of Odessa hit Ukrainian ‘military infrastructure’: Moscow (AFP)

Kejriwal will travel to Gujarat on July 26

AAP National Organizer and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will be visiting Gujarat on July 26th. He will visit Somnath temple and also participate in AAP town hall program in Rajkot.

Arvind Kejriwal on job creation in Delhi

We have decided to create jobs in the next 5 years. Thus, Delhi, known as the food capital of India, will receive renovated food centers. Delhi has various Tibetan and Punjabi food markets. We will improve their physical infrastructure, roads, electricity, sanitation

The thirst for gold will continue

– Neeraj Chopra after winning silver at the World Championships in Athletics

BJP Chairman JP Nadda to attend BJP Mukhyamantri Parishad meeting in Delhi soon

Recruitment scam

Kolkata: Arpita Mukherjee, close aide to the cabinet minister of the World Bank and former education minister Partha Chatterjee, will appear in Bankshall Court today. ED to seek custody today. ED recovered around Rs 20 crore in cash from his residential premises during searches linked to a recruitment scam

Agniveer Airforce Recruitment Exam Begins

  • The first-ever review for recruitment into the Indian Air Force through the new “Agnipath” recruitment program began Sunday morning across the country amid heightened police security.

  • This exam is held in many parts of the country including Delhi, Kanpur and Patna. This exam runs from July 24 to 31 nationwide.

Sales of electric 2-wheelers will increase by 78% in 2030

As electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers grapple with continued fires, a new report has shown that sales penetration of electric two-wheelers is expected to increase by 78% by 2030, thanks to government policies, the technology, infrastructure and consumer acceptance. India currently has 3,000 EV charging stations, of which six are available for 1,000 EVs.

CBDT Chairman Nitin Gupta says speedy resolution of taxpayer grievances remains top priority

The DGCA begins a special 2-month audit of airlines

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has launched a special two-month audit of airlines following spot checks this month which revealed that inadequate and unqualified engineering personnel are certifying carrier planes before they are released. departure. The spot checks were carried out by the aviation regulator following numerous technical malfunctions in Indian carriers’ planes over the past 45 days.

Covid cases in India

India records 20,279 new cases of COVID19 today

WHO South-East Asia Region on Monkeypox

Monkeypox is spreading fast and into countries that have never seen it before. Cases concentrated in men who have sex with men. Our measures must be sensitive, free from stigma or discrimination

Government plans to reduce prices of essential medicines on August 15

In a move that should bring relief to many patients by reducing the cost of healthcare, the Center could announce on August 15 a crucial decision to drastically reduce the prices of certain essential medicines such as those against cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

PM congratulates Neeraj Chopra on historic victory

Symptoms of Monkey Pox

The pathogen usually causes flu-like symptoms, followed by a rash that often starts on the face and spreads into the stomach. The disease often lasts two weeks to a month and can be fatal.

On Friday, US health officials told reporters they were weighing a similar statement, which would ultimately come from the Department of Health and Human Services.

A USPPI – pronounced “false” – applies to an extraordinary event that poses a risk to public health via the international spread of a disease, and which potentially requires a coordinated response. It can be used to encourage nations to cooperate on countermeasures, while letting the agency recommend measures such as travel warnings.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus personally intervened after nine members of the expert committee opposed declaring the monkeypox outbreak an emergency, while six were in favour. Tedros and the health organization had been criticized in some quarters for moving too slowly to raise the alarms over Covid.

The three reported cases in India are currently from Kerala – returnees from the United Arab Emirates.

The WHO and national governments have faced intense pressure from scientists and public health experts to take more action against monkeypox. Cases of the viral illness have skyrocketed since the committee first met in late June, when there were only around 3,000 cases.

There have been over 16,000 cases of monkeypox in over 75 countries and five deaths in Africa. The viral disease spread mainly among men who have sex with men during the recent outbreak, outside of Africa where it is endemic.