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India COVID-19 update: Cases cross 55 lakh mark; recovery rate at 80.86 %
As many as 101,01,468 patients recovered in a day, taking the number to 44,97,867 and pushing the recovery rate to 80.86 per cent, the data showed
What do the latest COVID-19 studies say? -- Read details
Take a look at some of the latest scientific studies on COVID-19 and the efforts being made to improve treatment techniques for coronavirus infection.
Trump panicked, virus was too big for him: Biden
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said that US President Donald Trump knew of the dangers of the pandemic in February, but hid it from the American people.
UK heightens curbs as COVID infections rise 'exponentially'
In the UK, 3,899 daily cases took the overall positive coronavirus cases to 394,257 on Sunday. As many as 18 people died within 28 days of testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the death toll from coronavirus to 41,777.
U.N marks 75th anniversary amid pandemic and U.S., China tensions
The one-day special event on Monday comes ahead of the annual meeting of world leaders at the United Nations, which starts on Tuesday with no presidents or prime ministers physically present in New York. All statements have been pre-recorded and will be broadcast in the General Assembly hall.
Farm bills: Congress to launch nationwide agitation
The party will also launch a massive signature campaign in which it aims to collect two crore signatures from farmers and the poor people against farm bills.
Explained: What is sero-survey and what does it tell us
There have been reports that the government prevented the release of the full results of the first Sero-survey conducted in May.
Richa Chadha initiates legal action after being named in Anurag Kashyap's case
On Saturday, Ghosh took to Twitter, claiming that the "Gangs of Wasseypur" director was sexually inappropriate towards her, an allegation Kashyap called "baseless".
Taj Mahal gets first visitors since lockdown, even as COVID cases rise
A Chinese national and a visitor from Delhi were among the first to step into the white marble tomb built by a 17th-century Mughal emperor for his wife when it opened at sunrise, ending six months of closure.