Coronavirus lockdown | Voice strength utilities equipment up for blackout on April 5

State load dispatch centres and transmission utilities are gearing up to deal with the possibility of any adverse impact on the electricity grid on April 5 following the Prime Minister’s blackout appeal.Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 3 urged people to switch off the lights at their homes and light up lamps, candles or mobile phone torches…

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Lockdown: Nikon online photography classes are in any case free for some time

If you are looking at ways to do better things during the lockdown period then it would be a good time to learn photography. Nikon School is offering its online photography classes for free till April 30. Each of these classes generally costs up to $50. The classes are taken by professional photographers and those…

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Coronavirus lockdown changing the strategy the Earth vibrates is a reminder that no one is by myself at some stage within the pandemi

The Coronavirus lockdown has brought human activity to a standstill and changed the way the Earth vibrates. Seismologists all over the world have observed a drop in ‘background noise’ as factories close their doors and people stay at home. It’s also a reminder that nobody is alone, the silence is everywhere — everyone is at…

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Grasp so as to add novel test & quarantine thought to lockdown: ICMR learn

Written by Karishma Mehrotra | New Delhi | Updated: April 3, 2020 9:18:03 am Reports from other Asian countries such as Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong show that a secondary wave of cases is likely to happen after a lockdown is lifted. (Express photo)A soon-to-be-published mathematical model by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)…

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‘Lockdown in India used to be early, some distance-sighted and valorous’: WHO envoy

Home / India News / ‘Lockdown in India was early, far-sighted and courageous’: WHO envoy There is no evidence to suggest that the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) will disappear, says Dr David Nabarro, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) special envoy on the disease, adding that people may have to consider new norms for the foreseeable future.…

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Lockdown a risk for resetting agenda in monetary market reforms: Designate Matthews, Julius Baer

The real economic problem of India, according to him, is that the country’s financial system continues to be weighed down by issues like under capitalisation of state-owned banks as well as the “lending scandals” in the private banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs). The novel coronavirus outbreak has battered markets worldwide and it will be…

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Disseminate files, book lockdown violators below IPC, DM Act, Dwelling Secretary tells states

NEW DELHI: The home secretary on Thursday requested the states to widely circulate information on penal provisions laid down under the Disaster Management Act as well as IPC for violation of lockdown guidelines and asked the law enforcement agencies to take suitable action under these provisions. The latest communication from Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla to…

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Coronavirus Lockdown: After enchancment in air quality, scientists account tumble in seismic vibrations below Earth floor

Scientists have claimed that there is less seismic noise and vibrations under the earth’s crust.The repercussions of novel Coronavirus are being felt in almost every sphere of human life. Covid-19 has already wrecked the world’s economy and eaten up millions of jobs. However, with most parts of the world under lockdown, the planet is heaving…

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Covid-19: Lockdown might per chance moreover relief India elevate down circumstances by 85%, says skilled

The 21-day lockdown announced by the government may help bring down the number of Covid-19 cases in the country by 85 per cent, according to some number crunching done by researchers at Shiv Nadar University (SNU) in Greater Noida.“We considered the optimistic scenario, where cases are isolated immediately in day 1 or 2 after showing…

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Coronavirus Lockdown: After development in air quality, scientists legend fall in seismic vibrations below Earth surface

The repercussions of novel Coronavirus are being felt in almost every sphere of human life. Covid-19 has already wrecked the world’s economy and eaten up millions of jobs. However, with most parts of the world under lockdown, the planet is heaving a sigh of relief. Apart from air quality which has improved many folds in…

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