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Good mental health key to fight coronavirus, say experts
The lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak has two extreme reactions - fear and worry over an uncertain future, and a careless outlook and ignorance towards the prevailing threat of spread of the virus. If these two extremes are balanced, then we'd be stronger in the battle against COVID-19, say experts.
Coronavirus: Sachin Tendulkar donates Rs 50 lakhs to fight COVID-19
Tendulkar's donation is so far the biggest contribution among India's leading sportspersons, some of whom have pledged their salaries while a few others have donated medical equipment to fight the dreaded outbreak, which has caused more than 24,000 deaths globally.
Rich menu for meals, newspapers, books to read: How Coronavirus patients are comforted in a Kerala govt hospital
A government medial college in Kochi is providing are providing these facilities for 15 Indian patients - all Keralites - and the two U.K nationals who are in the coronavirus isolation ward
Madhya Pradesh: Scindia resigns from Congres, set to join BJP
In the resignation letter dated March 9 to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Scindia said "it is now time for me to move on" as he was unable to serve the people of the country while remaining in the party. He had met senior BJP leader and Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday morning, following which he called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the residence.
COVID 19: Restrictions on selfies and fan interactions for Team South Africa
South African stars including the likes of Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis have been briefed about health safety measures, including restrictions on "fan interaction" and "selfies".
Harmapreet Kaur: "I have full faith in my team"
The Indian women were unbeaten throughout the tournament till the final and with the teenagers like Shafali Verma and Jemimah Rodrigues impressing the future looks bright.
'No bag day' on Saturdays for Orissa's govt-run primary schools
The objective of the "no bag day" programme is to allow students of the clases 1 to 5 to learn in a stress-free environment.
Sikh student asked to remove turban before exam in MP
The Sikh student complained about the act to the authorities who in turn removed the assistant head of the examination centre from exam-related duties.
Trent Boult finds it satisfying to expose chinks in Virat Kohli's armour
Boult had figures of 3 for 12 as India were reduced to 90 for six in their second innings for an overall lead of 97 runs at the end of the second day.