From sipping hot turmeric milk and kadha to performing yoga, and consuming ashwagandha and guduchi — the Narendra Modi government has released the official protocol of using ayurveda and yoga for Covid-19 prevention and treatment of patients with mild or no symptoms, reports Himani Chandna.
A weakened media at war with itself is ideal for the establishment to step in. There are no elder voices to listen to, no judge or referee to blow the whistle, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s National Interest.
I know what I saw on 5 December 1992 in Ayodhya. My camera was witness to the rehearsal that was undertaken by the kar sevaks, writes Praveen Jain.
A correspondence published in The Lancet has said Remdesivir does not appear to reduce SARS-CoV-2 viral load or death rate when compared to a placebo. Other existing research has also shown that this relatively expensive drug does not reduce viral load or death risks, reports Mohana Basu.
Ordnance Factory Board is a strategic asset that would flourish post ‘modification and modernisation’. The Modi government’s May 2020 announcement is a step in the right direction, writes Brig. Akhelesh Bhargava (Retd).
The Karnataka government says it will extend its concession agreement with Kempegowda International Airport operator BIAL, if it revives and runs HAL Airport too, reports Rohini Swamy.
Amid outrage over the alleged rape and assault case in Hathras, the BJP high command was alarmed by its mismanagement in Uttar Pradesh, report Shanker Arnimesh and Prashant Srivastava.