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What is Norovirus That Has Been Spreading In Wayanad, Kerala?

Kerala has been alerted due to the 13 reported cases of Norovirus. The cases are recorded, two weeks ago, from a veterinary college in Pookode near Vythiri in Wayanad district. Amid the acute spread of disease, State Health Minister, Veena George, has asked people to maintain proper hygiene and be more vigilant. Kerala Health Minister issued guidelines for the prevention of Norovirus "Currently there is no cause for concern but everyone should be vigilant. Activities including super chlorination are underway. Drinking water sources need to be ensured to be hygienic," she had said. "With proper prevention and treatment, the disease can be cured quickly. Therefore, everyone should be aware of the disease and its means of prevention," she added. 13 cases of Norovirus have been confi...

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Kangana Ranaut’s Comment ‘Freedom Of 1947 Was Bheek’, Embarked Outrage; Complaint Filed Under Sedition Charges

Four times national award winner, Kangana Ranaut, has been yet again landed in the controversy. Recently, a complaint has been filed for her derogatory comment over the National Freedom. While at a summit, she stated that India got ‘real freedom’ in 2014. In her statement, she was addressing when BJP came into power, and further said, independence in 1947 was ‘bheek’ (alms). BJP MP, Varun Gandhi, shared a 24-second clip on Twitter. In which Kangana can be seen referring to independence as ‘bheek’ at the event organized by some channel. Complaint filed against Kangana over her derogatory comments for Independence "It is an anti-national act and must be called out as such. To not do so would be a betrayal of all those who shed blood so that today we may stand tall and free as a nat...

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MLAs Of Kerala Opposition Ride Bicycles To Assembly In Protest

On Thursday, November 11 in Kerala, legislators from the opposition Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) rode their bicycles into the Assembly to express their displeasure with the Pinarayi Vijayan government's refusal to reduce taxes on petroleum goods. Kerala Opposition MLAs ride bicycles to Assembly in protest Following the Centre's reduction, the price of petrol per litre fell by Rs 12.27, while the price of diesel fell by Rs 6.30, bringing the average price of one-litre petrol in the state to Rs 103.80 and diesel to Rs 91.59, while the state's portion in the tax component was reduced in neighbouring states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Also read: ‘I Was Invited To The Alleged Drug-On-Cruise Party’ Says Congress Minister The 'Diwali present' from the centre arrived on No...

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Red Alert Issued For Chennai As More Rainfall Is Expected On November 10 And 11

Tamil Nadu has received 46% of excess rainfall so far. It has been reported that 5 people have died, more than 500 houses and huts have been damaged. Gagandeep Singh Bedi, Chennai Corporation Commissioner, stated that 41 areas have been marked as flood prone. The people residing there have been alerted. As per the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) heavy rainfalls are a result of formation of low-pressure belts above the southeast region of Bay of Bengal. Due to the incessant rains on November 6, Chennai is facing floods. In the coming days, more rains are expected in the region. Tamil Nadu sees heaviest rainfall since 2015. Red alert has been issued by IMD for the areas including Tiruvannamalai, Villupuram, Chennai, Chengalpattu, Kanchipuram and Tiruvalur. Other areas like N...

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Afghans Suffer As Food Crisis Deepens Under Taliban: Report

As per the reports from International Forum for Rights and Security (IFFRAS), a Canada-based think tank, Afghanistan is facing food crisis. The reports said that 95% of Afghans do not have enough food. Ever since the Taliban rule, the condition of Afghanistan has been worsening, as they do not have enough funds to procure food and provide other essentials. 95% of Afghans do not have enough food- IFFRAS reports "There are reports that 95 percent of Afghans do not have enough food to eat while half of the population is expected to face acute levels of hunger as winter sets in early November," IFFRAS said. The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has released a report stating that the lives and livelihoods of people have been severely affected due to a number of reasons including drought, Co...

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