Rohan's dad on his son's marriage with Shraddha
So, as per plans, Shraddha Kapoor and Rohan Shrestha are (most likely) returning from Maldives tonight where they indulged in the pre-wedding festivities of Shaza Morani and Priyaank Sharma (who had a court marriage in Mumbai on February 4). The celebrations would have extended to either Aamby Valley or Khandala where the Moranis and Sharmas had planned to have a Hindu wedding, but the recent resurgence of COVID saw them postponing that: ETimes broke that story FIRST.
Mamata's TMC petitions EC against use of PM Modi's photo on Covid vaccination certificates; BJP calls it 'baseless' charge
Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress has petitioned the Election Commission against the use of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's photo on advertisements of various central schemes and Covid vaccination certificates.
Infosys, Accenture to cover Covid-19 vaccination costs for Indian workers
Information Technology major Infosys Ltd and consulting and outsourcing services provider Accenture Plc said on Wednesday they would cover Covid-19 vaccination costs for their employees in India, as the country expands its massive vaccination drive.
Bharat Biotech announces Covaxin phase III trial results: All you need to know
Bharat Biotech's homegrown Covid-19 vaccine, Covaxin, has shown an interim vaccine efficacy of 81 per cent in late-stage clinical trials, the company announced on Wednesday. The phase III study enrolled 25,800 participants between 18-98 years of age. Of the total cases, 36 were from a placebo group. Seven cases were from those who received the vaccine.
Johnson & Johnson says vaccines for children could be available by September
• How the White House convinced two pharmaceutical giants to collaborate on a vaccine • Experts warn of a potential Covid-19 surge as several states ease restrictions • Analysis: Abbott's head-scratching decision to end the Texas mask mandate
'They just were not all in': How the White House convinced two pharmaceutical giants to collaborate on a vaccine
President Joe Biden's coronavirus response team learned two things his first week in office: Johnson & Johnson's one-shot coronavirus vaccine was highly effective -- but the company was millions of doses behind its production schedule.
COVID-19 has taken a disturbing toll on teens’ mental health, study shows
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a profound toll on teens and young adults – with those between the ages of 13 and 18 being the most affected, according to a troubling new national study of medical records and insurance claims.
Alyssa Milano: Pay moms for getting us through this crisis
In December, following the Thanksgiving holiday when lockdowns again became necessary because millions of people selfishly decided to ignore Covid-19 guidelines, the economy lost 140,000 jobs. On its own, that's bad enough, but it's not even close to the whole story. The truly shocking part is that women made up 100% of those job losses, losing a total of 156,000 jobs, while men gained 16,000 jobs that month. While women fared better than men in the January jobs report, 275,000 left the labor force that month.