Former President Barack Obama said Friday, 7 September, President Donald Trump, is "the symptom, not the cause" of division and polarization in the US. He also said Trump is "just capitalising on resentments that politicians have been fanning for years." He further added, "this is not normal", and urged people to vote in the November midterm elections. The remarks served as Obama's first steps into the political fray ahead of the fall campaign. While he has endorsed candidates and appeared at fundraising events, he has spent much of his post-presidency on the political sidelines.
NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant revealed Aarogya Setu predicted over 3000 hotspots at subpost office level across India almost 317 days ahead of time He added it has alerted over 14 lakh people of potential risk of infection Kant mentioned that today Aarogya Setu has around 15 crore users and is the onl
As many as 97 coronavirus patients were reported dead in Maharashtra today marking the biggest singleday rise in the number of deaths in the state so far The death toll in Maharashtra rose to 1792 while the total number of cases rose to 54758 after 2091 cases were reported today A total of 390170 te
NewDelhi The India Meteorological Department IMD has predicted that heatwave conditions will be at their peak on Tuesday over the plains of northwest India central India and adjoining interior parts of eastern India The IMD added that the hot spell is very likely to prevail over these areas till May
Uttarakhand A 47yearold government officer heading a Covid19 city response team CRT in Uttarakhand’s Udham Singh Nagar district died during a training programme on Sunday while his colleagues thought he was sleeping said officials Jaswant Singh an assistant engineer in the Public Works Department i
Gujarat has recorded over 400 new coronavirus cases in last 24 hours taking the total number of cases there to above 14400 said the states health department on Monday Gujarats coronavirus death toll rose to 888 with 30 more dying of the virus in the last 24 hours A total of 6636 coronavirus patients