'90% of people in Mumbai have antibodies'
Nearly 90% of people in Mumbai, is estimated to have Covid-19 antibodies, according to the civic body survey released on Friday. The fifth blood serum survey which tests for antibodies, known as a sero survey conducted between August and early September included 8,674 adults out of which almost 65% of the subjects were vaccinated.
Afghan situation to have deep impact on India: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday expressed concern over the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and said India is deeply affected by the chain of events taking place in the war-torn nation.Speaking at the SCO-CSTO Outreach Summit on Afghanistan held online amid the Covid pandemic, PM Modi highlighted the economic and humanitarian woes faced by the people of Afghanistan due to the recent developments.
Tata Safari Gold edition launched at Rs 21.89 lakh
Safari Gold edition will make its first public appearance at the VIVO IPL 2021 in Dubai. According to the company the new Safari reached the milestone of its 10,000th rollout and is among the highest selling SUVs in its segment.
New Zealand call off Pakistan cricket series after security alert
The trouble began when the first ODI of the white ball series could not begin on time at the Rawalpindi stadium on Friday with both teams remaining in their hotel rooms. New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White then issued a statement to say that it was simply not possible to continue with the tour given the advice he was receiving.
Daily Covid-19 vaccination crosses 1-cr mark for 4th time
Daily Covid-19 vaccinations crossed the one-crore mark for the fourth time in less than a month, taking the total number of doses administered in the country to over 78 crore, the Union health ministry said on Friday. Health minister Mansukh Mandaviya said this is the fastest pace at which one crore doses have been administered.