BRICS to discuss ways to survive economic fallout

*Cooperation in the fight against coronavirus *Strategy for pandemic survival rev Smaller nations too seek help R Muthu Kumar India will attend a key meeting of BRICS foreign ministers later this month to discuss the economic fallout of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which has infected more than 2,549,632 people worldwide and led to
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V.V.S.Manian Believe it or not. It will cost aid groups around $280 million to store and ship vital protective supplies as well as humanitarian workers and other personnel, according to WHO and World Food Program. Each month the world will need 100 million masks, 25 million respirators and 2.5 million diagnostic tests. Evidently the price
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-: R Muthu Kumar :- China’s efficiency in both the 2008 crisis & the Covid-19 outbreak is opening the eyes of world to see a geopolitical shift in who issuper power. As US continues with its disastrous pandemic response, the greater the shift will be. In handling the present crisis, Beijing has brought it rapidly
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Every kid dreams of his/her birthday during their childhood. Most consider their birthdays as the most exciting event of the year. What presents will we get? What plans have been made? What flavour will the cake be? But as we get older, we start to dread the very thought of them more and more each
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Los Angeles: Researchers have provided new estimates for how the Earth generates a magnetic field around it based on processes happening within the liquid portion of its mantle, a finding that may lead to a better understanding of the planet’s early history. According to the researchers, including those from the University of California (UC) San
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Washington: Ultrasmall particles of the most commonly used plastics tend to move through the water supply, especially in fresh water, settle out in wastewater treatment plants, or end up as sludge in landfills, according to a study that may lead to new guidelines for water purification. The study, published in the journal Water Research, examined
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Washington, Mar 17: A team led by an Indian-origin scientist has developed a camera that does not require focusing, by using a single lens about one-thousandth of an inch thick. The advance could enable thinner smartphone cameras, improved and smaller cameras for biomedical imaging such as endoscopy, and more compact cameras for automobiles, the researchers
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London: While people worldwide are looking for ways to avoid the rapidly spreading corona outbreak, scientists in London are looking for a few good men and women who are willing to get infected along with a pay of $4,500 which amounts to RS. 3,33,000. As part of a global effort to find a vaccine for
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Washington: Music may decrease delirium, a form of acute brain failure with no effective treatment that especially affects patients on ventilators in the intensive care unit (ICU), according to a study that may lead to new ways of supporting those with the condition. The study, published in the journal American Journal of Critical Care, noted
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London: Hyenas left Africa about the same time when prehistoric humans left the continent for the first time about two million years ago, according to a study that may help better understand how large animals historically moved across the planet. In the study, published in the journal Science Advances, scientists sequenced the complete genomes from
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