Vicky Kaushal, Katrina Kaif arrive at the wedding venue on December 7th and other top stories

Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif arrive at the wedding location on December 7th: reports

Bollywood actors Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif are keeping their wedding a secret, but their upcoming wedding continues to dominate the headlines. As the preparations for the wedding are in progress, let’s look at the plans in detail. CONTINUE READING

India vs. New Zealand 2021: “Boys disappointed with Kanpur draw” Rahul Dravid

India’s head coach Rahul Dravid was happy when the team sealed a 372-run win against New Zealand at Wankhede Stadium. However, this was not the case in Kanpur – the location of the first test. India came very close and had the kiwifruit on the mat; Still, they couldn’t deliver the teat. But not in Mumbai. CONTINUE READING

Defense Relations, 2 + 2 Dialogue: This is what will be on the table when Prime Minister Modi meets Putin today, closely watched by the US

Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive in India on Monday to hold the 21st annual India-Russia Summit. This is the first face-to-face meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Putin after their meeting on the margins of the BRICS Summit in Brasilia in November 2019. CONTINUE READING

ATM withdrawals will be more expensive from next month. Do you know how much to pay

Bank customers with a credit or debit card from next month may pay additional fees for withdrawing cash from ATMs across the country after they have reached their limit for withdrawing money from their own bank’s ATMs. The Reserve Bank of India had stated in an earlier announcement that from January 2022 customers will have to pay even more fees for ATM transactions once the limit is exceeded. Banks are already reporting this change to remind customers. ATM transactions are becoming more expensive because the RBI had allowed banks to increase the fees for cash and cashless ATMs (ATMs) beyond the free monthly limits. CONTINUE READING

Scientists Develop Chewing Gum That Could Reduce Transmission of Covid-19: Study

A chewing gum mixed with a vegetable protein serves as a “trap” for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, reduces the viral load in the saliva and possibly curbs the transmission, finds a new study. The researchers placed saliva samples from Covid-19 patients exposed on the ACE2 chewing gum and found that the viral RNA dropped so dramatically that it was almost undetectable, the study published in the journal Molecular Therapy shows, Coughs or Speaks Can Some of this virus can be shed and reach others, “said Henry Daniell, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania in the US.” This chewing gum provides the ability to neutralize the virus in saliva and gives us an easy way to possibly be a source of disease transmission Daniell added. READ MORE

Even before his appointment, the Omicron variant may have spread to New York, courtesy of an anime convention

In the crowd was Peter McGinn, a 30-year-old city health analyst from Minneapolis. He attended round tables, chatted with strangers on his anime podcast, and sang karaoke with friends at night. After flying home, he learned that a friend from the convention – a North Carolina anime fan – had just tested positive for the coronavirus. In the coming days, many of his friends from the convention would also test positive. With cough and fatigue, McGinn also took a test. He had the virus too. That was November 23, the day before most scientists had even heard of the new variant that was sweeping southern Africa. The World Health Organization hadn’t even given the variant a name – Omicron. But it was already present in the United States, undiscovered. Omicron cannot infect children in India the way it infects South African children, says INSACOG member. The way Omicron infects children in South Africa may not be the way it infects children in other countries, including India, said microbiologist Dr. Samitra Das opposite News18.com. CONTINUE READING

Omicron cannot infect children in India the way it infects South African children, says INSACOG member

The way Omicron infects children in South Africa may not be the way it infects children in other countries, including India, said microbiologist Dr. Samitra Das opposite News18.com. CONTINUE READING.

Read all the latest news, breaking news and coronavirus news here.