The lights-out exercise on April 5 showed that the Indian grid could handle large load changes if done in a planned way. Photo for representation. | Photo Credit: AP The exercise showed that the Indian grid could handle large load changes if done in a planned way The strategy of power managers to use…View More Explainer: Energy managers’ process of the employ of hydro and gas energy for the duration of lights-out could per chance include paid off
If there is one drug that has been most discussed about globally in recent weeks is hydroxychloroquine. The age old inexpensive anti-malarial drug was almost forgotten by Western countries, but is still used widely in many countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, which are endemic to malaria, has now made a huge come back.…View More Explainer | What makes hydroxychloroquine widespread? Is it in actuality effective against coronavirus?
It has been only three months since reports first emerged from China of an unknown virus causing unusual cases of pneumonia, and scientists and public health experts already know more about it and how it works than at the same point in earlier outbreaks. But there’s still a lot they don’t know. As the new…View More Explainer: What we do now not yet know about the unconventional coronavirus
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – The existence of a substantial but unknown number of asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus in China has raised concerns among the public that people could still be spreading COVID-19 without knowing they are sick. As the virus continues to wreak havoc across the world, China is close to declaring victory and is already…View More Explainer: China’s symptom-free coronavirus carriers carry fears of contemporary wave of infections