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Harry-Meghan Must Pay For Security: Trump

American President Donald Trump has said that the US would not foot the bill for the UK's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle's security amid reports that the couple have moved to California from Canada, the media reported.

 

 

Harry-Meghan Must Pay For Security: Trump

B.C. Measures Appear To Have Slowed The Increase In Covid-19: Health Officer

VICTORIA - British Columbia's provincial health officer says she's starting to see "glimmers of hope" in the fight against COVID-19 with an apparent flattening in the number of cases.

 

 

B.C. Measures Appear To Have Slowed The Increase In Covid-19: Health Officer

Bhajji Tweets Of Korean Show 'Predicting' Covid-19, Video Now Missing From His Twitter

Cricketer Harbhajan Singh has tweeted about a Korean Netflix show named "My Secret Terrius", which had seemingly predicted the coronavirus outbreak in 2018 in one of its early episodes.

Bhajji Tweets Of Korean Show 'Predicting' Covid-19, Video Now Missing From His Twitter

Covid-19: NRI Medic Offers Hospital To Govt

Covid-19: NRI Medic Offers Hospital To Govt

As India wages a war against the deadly coronavirus pandemic, an Indian-born entrepreneur, Shamsheer Vayalil, has come forward to offer his support towards setting up a hospital exclusively for the treatment of Covid-19 patients.

 

 

Covid-19: NRI Medic Offers Hospital To Govt

Efforts Underway To Help Stranded Indian Passengers At Dubai Airport

Efforts Underway To Help Stranded Indian Passengers At Dubai Airport

Authorities in Dubai taking steps to help stranded passengers, including 22 Indians, who were in transit at the airport here when their home countries suddenly stopped inbound flights due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was reported on Friday.

Efforts Underway To Help Stranded Indian Passengers At Dubai Airport

Aus Researchers Developing 'Pandemic Drones' To Detect COVID-19

Aus Researchers Developing 'Pandemic Drones' To Detect COVID-19

A team from the University of South Australia (UniSA), led by an Indian-origin researcher, have begun developing a drone to monitor patients with infectious respiratory conditions including the novel coronavirus.

Aus Researchers Developing 'Pandemic Drones' To Detect COVID-19