Thursday, October 1, 2020
ADVT 
National

WATCH: NO SUCH THING AS A COVID19 SECOND WAVE, INDIA’S WATER CRISIS

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 30 Jul, 2020
  • WATCH: NO SUCH THING AS A COVID19 SECOND WAVE, INDIA’S WATER CRISIS

#WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris says there will is only one big wave, no evidence for a second wave, “It’s going to be one big wave. It’s going to go up and down a bit. The best thing is to flatten it and turn it into just something lapping at your feet.” #covid19. 

It is Game night, Canucks is Back on TV for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic.

India's Water Crisis, how Modi needs to steer farming community from decade old agricultural practices towards more sustainable methods.

MORE National ARTICLES

Ontario's pediatric hospitals release guide for full-time school

Ontario's pediatric hospitals release guide for full-time school

Ontario's pediatric hospitals have updated their recommendations for a safe return to school full-time, offering guidelines on the logistical challenges facing educators this fall.

Ontario's pediatric hospitals release guide for full-time school

Yukon allows residents to expand pandemic bubble

Yukon allows residents to expand pandemic bubble

Yukon is set to move into its next phase of managing the COVID-19 pandemic, easing restrictions on so-called family bubbles, social gatherings and sport

Yukon allows residents to expand pandemic bubble

St. John's archdiocese liable for abuse: court

St. John's archdiocese liable for abuse: court

Newfoundland and Labrador's highest court says the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John's is financially liable for sexual abuse at the Mount Cashel orphanage in the 1950s.

St. John's archdiocese liable for abuse: court

Victims' families thank public for support

Victims' families thank public for support

Relatives of victims of the Nova Scotia mass shooting marched through the streets of Halifax on Wednesday to thank their supporters for helping them persuade Ottawa and Nova Scotia to call a full public inquiry into the killings.

Victims' families thank public for support

Ethics commissioner widens WE probe

Ethics commissioner widens WE probe

Federal ethics commissioner Mario Dion is widening his investigation of Finance Minister Bill Morneau's dealings with WE Charity.

Ethics commissioner widens WE probe

Canada urged to avoid 'vaccine nationalism'

Canada urged to avoid 'vaccine nationalism'

A top American health expert is praising Canada for not succumbing to "vaccine nationalism" because of its efforts to push for fair global distribution of a cure for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Canada urged to avoid 'vaccine nationalism'

PrevNext