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Improving Working Conditions of Workers During Covid Needed

Improving Working Conditions of Workers During Covid Needed

Countries across the world need to improve working conditions and earnings of workers, who were essential during COVID-19 pandemic, to fully reflect...
A high-level committee for social sciences, formed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) to revise the school curriculum, has recommended the replacement of "India" with "Bharat" in textbooks for all classes. The panel's suggestions, which also include introducing "classical history" instead of "ancient history" in the curriculum and incorporating the Indian Knowledge System (IKS) into all subjects, have been shared with the education ministry.

Children Not yet Recovered Learning From Covid Times

Have children recovered learning of what they lost during Covid 19 pandemic?  The answer is no, if a new study published today...
A comprehensive investigation into long Covid and symptom prevalence in the United States reveals that one in seven individuals had experienced long Covid by the conclusion of 2022. Researchers from UCL and Dartmouth conducted this large-scale study, offering crucial insights into the profound impact of long Covid on affected individuals.

WHO’s New Covid Guidelines

With Covid-19 continuing to spread en masse in several countries and the scare of of another pandemic wave has not died down,...
Covid no longer a Global Threat

Covid Surge In China; World Most Concerned 

As the world entered 2023, concerns have yet again raised about Covid 19 pandemic, which is believed to have taken a surge...
In a bid to protect people everywhere from infection disease threats, through the power of pathogen genomics, the World Health Organisation (WHO) launched a new global network named International Pathogen Surveillance Network (IPSN).

Covid remains a Global Concern in 2022

As the world moves to 2023, COVID-19 pandemic remains still a global concern with outbreaks of cholera, Ebola and Monkeypox (now renamed...
Polarization after COVID-19: unvaccinated face prejudice

Polarization after COVID-19: unvaccinated face prejudice

In a new study, researchers found that people show prejudice and discriminatory attitudes towards individuals not vaccinated against COVID-19 across all inhabited...
Severe Asthma Risk doubled after Covid-19 restrictions lifted

Severe Asthma Risk doubled after Covid-19 restrictions lifted

In a new study, the researchers  from Queen Mary University of London said that adults with asthma had, at one point, an...
Harassment of Religiously Unaffiliated People Rose in Eight Years

Covid 19; Countries Resorted to Physical Means to Enforce Restrictioons

Most of the countries used physical means, such as arrests and prison sentences, to enforce coronavirus-related restrictions on worship services and other...
About 333 million children, or 1 in 6, live in extreme poverty, enduring conditions of deprivation that encompass basic needs, dignity, opportunities

Covid 19: Social/emotional development of Poor Children Much Affected

A lot of studies have come come up on how children, especially those from the poor countries, were doing at the time...
Protest in China Cities Over Covid Lockdown

Protest in China Cities Over Covid Lockdown

Several Cities across China from capital Beijing in the north to Urumqi in the west have witnessed widespread protests against COVID-19 lockdowns...