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India Reports 42,982 New Coronavirus Cases August 05, 2021 12:38

India Reports 42,982 New Coronavirus Cases:- A total number of 42,982 new cases of coronavirus are reported in the country in the last 24 hours in India taking the total case tally to 3,18,12,114. As per the reports from the Union Health Ministry, the total number of Indians who recovered from coronavirus in the last 24 hours are said to be 41,726 and the total number of recoveries in the country climbed to 3,09,74,748. 533 people passed away in the country in the last 24 hours and the total death tally reached 4,26,290. There are 4,11,076 active cases of coronavirus in the country by today as per the reports from the Health Ministry. The total number of vaccinated Indians, for now, are said to be 48,93,42,295. As per the reports from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the total samples that are tested in India by August 4th are said to be 16,64,030 and the samples that are tested in total in India are said to be 47,48,93,363. The active caseload in India is equal to 1.29 percent of the total infections in the country reported. The daily positivity rate of India is 2.58 percent and the weekly positivity rate is 2.37 percent. As per the reports coming from the Centre, the total number of vaccine doses administered till date is said to be 51.01 crores.

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KCR Advances the Launch of Dalit Bandhu August 05, 2021 11:53

KCR Advances the Launch of Dalit Bandhu:- Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) is completely focused on Dalit Bandhu, a new scheme that would benefit lakhs of Dalit families in the state. KCR had plans to launch Dalit Bandhu on August 16th but in a sudden surprise, he has advanced his plans. KCR paid a surprise visit to the village of Vasalamarri. Moved with the pathetic living conditions of the dalits in the region, KCR decided to advance the scheme and he decided to deposit Rs 10 lakhs each for 76 dalit families in the village. KCR conducted a three-hour padayatra yesterday and he was moved by their lifestyle and pathetic conditions. He sanctioned Rs 7.6 crores on the spot and this would benefit 76 dailt families from the region. యాదాద్రి భువనగిరి జిల్లా తుర్కపల్లి మండలంలోని దత్తత గ్రామం వాసాలమర్రిలోని దళిత వాడల్లో ముఖ్యమంత్రి శ్రీ కె. చంద్రశేఖర్ రావు ఇవాళ సుమారు 3 గంటలపాటు పర్యటించారు. pic.twitter.com/pOcS0CNI03 — Telangana CMO (@TelanganaCMO) August 4, 2021 Dalit Bandhu is now operational from Vasalamarri village though KCR had plans to commence it from the Huzurabad constituency. A massive public meeting is planned to start Dalit Bandhu from August 16th but the plans are changed. The amount of Rs 7.6 crores will be disposed off by Bhongir Collector by today morning. All the 76 dailt families will receive the amount by today itself. KCR asked the dalits to discuss with their families about how to use the disbursed amount through Dalit Bandhu. They have to inform the same to the Collector before they claim the benefit. KCR also announced that the government of Telangana will not force the dalits to pursue any particular activity. KCR cautioned the dalits to take their own time but make a wise move with the financial assistance. వాసాల‌మ‌ర్రి ప‌ర్య‌ట‌న‌లో భాగంగా అక్క‌డ ఏర్పాటు చేసిన స‌మావేశంలో సీఎం శ్రీ కేసీఆర్ ప్ర‌సంగించారు. pic.twitter.com/TDCQnyFNOz — Telangana CMO (@TelanganaCMO) August 4, 2021

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England tumbles down in the First Test against India August 05, 2021 11:34

England tumbles down in the First Test against India:- Team India has been touring in England and they are in a bubble for the past few weeks. The first test match between India and England commenced yesterday in Trent Bridge. England won the toss and they decided to bat first. The English batsmen could not withstand before the pace of the Indian bowlers and tumbled down for 183 in their first innings. England captain Joe Root (64) is the top scorer for the side and Jonny Bairstow (29), Zak Crawley (27) and Sam Curran (27) contributed the rest for the team. Jasprit Bumrah packed a punch with his 4/46 and attacked the English batsmen. Another Indian pacer Mohammed Shami (3/28) got the best figures. Shardul Thakur (2/41) and Mohammed Siraj (1/48) have been decent with the ball among the Indian bowlers. By the end of day one, India started their first innings and scored 21 runs without the loss of a wicket. Rohit Sharma (9 not out) and KL Rahul (9 not out) are at the crease. If the Indian batsmen dominate with the bat on the second day, there would be some high chances for the team to win the first test match. The pitch is quite favorable for pacers and we have to wait to see how the Indian batsmen withstand before the pace of the English bowlers. For now, Team India trials by 162 runs in the first innings of the first test match. India is playing five test matches in this series with England.

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Physical Exercise can Boost the Vocabulary Growth in Kids August 04, 2021 18:11

Physical Exercise can Boost the Vocabulary Growth in Kids:- A recent study that is conducted by the researchers of the University of Delaware revealed that the exercise can boost up the vocabulary growth in the kids. The study is published in the Journal of Speech-Language and Hearing Research. All the children who participated are in between the age of 6 and 12. They were taught new words before doing one of the physical exercises. The children who participated in swimming are 13 percent more accurate in the tests of vocabulary words. Maddy Pruitt revealed about the results of the research and there is an increase in the levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factors. The study attributed it to the amount of energy that each exercise demands of the brain. Swimming is also one activity of the kids can do without much thought or instructions. The children also need mental energy to complete the moves. Most of the parents who took their kids to the playground or a walk after the school had their kids seen a growth in their vocabulary. Most of the kids who did exercise had a healthy lifestyle and are sharp at classes and creative work. The study clearly concluded the above revelations. Maddy Pruitt said that the stuff is simple and is nothing out of ordinary. It will really help the boost the outcomes of the students who are engaged in with a physical activity.

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India's Best Train Journeys Are Here August 04, 2021 17:49

India's Best Train Journeys Are Here:- Indian Railways is one of the most affordable ways to travel across the country and it is even reliable. A window through the nature on a train is one of the best experiences on a train journey one can have. Here are the best five train journeys in India that leave the finest experience: Kalka to Shimla: Kalka to Shimla on a toy train can be described as a dream and it is stretched across 96 km. The train started in 1903 and the train passes through 102 tunnels and 82 bridges. One can experience the steepest rise and the journey lasts for five hours. One can witness the beauty of Oak and Pine trees through the valleys of Shimla. The journey is named as UNESCO World Heritage Site from the year 2008. Vasco Da Gama to Londa: The train journey gives a remarkable experience which is between Karnataka and Goa. You can witness the unique experience of the Goan villages along with the Western Ghats and Dudhsagar waterfalls which are named as the one of the finest waterfalls of the country. The journey lasts for 145 km and this is highly recommended during the monsoon season. Kanyakumari to Thiruvananthapuram: This route comes through a special package and is the shortest train route on the list. The journey takes you through the lush coconut grooves showcasing the Kerala and Tamilian architecture. One would witness the grandeur of the temples and the churches. Matheran Hill Railway: This train route is laid by Akbar Peerbhoy in between 1901 and 1907. This journey showcases the heritage railway in Maharashtra. You can explore the tranquility of the nature and it is stretched for 20 km between the nature. Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling: The toy train journey moves at a speed of 12 kmph and it travels through the forests, tea plantations and travels to the Agony point of the beautiful Kanchenjunga. The train journey lasts for 7 hours and 15 minutes.

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Megastar Chiranjeevi's Acharya Shooting Updates August 04, 2021 17:02

Megastar Chiranjeevi's Acharya Shooting Updates:- Megastar Chiranjeevi is completely focused on Acharya, a big-budget action-packed social drama that is directed by Koratala Siva. What makes the film even more special is that Chiranjeevi's son Ram Charan will be playing a crucial role in the film and he will be seen during the flashback episodes of Acharya. The entire talkie part of Acharya is now wrapped up except two songs that will be completed soon. Chiranjeevi and Charan will shake leg together for one of the pending songs. Talkie of the most awaited film #Acharya has been completed. Shooting of two songs is yet to be completed. Megastar @KChiruTweets @AlwaysRamCharan #KoratalaSiva @MsKajalAggarwal @hegdepooja #ManiSharma @DOP_Tirru @NavinNooli @sureshsrajan #NiranjanReddy @MatineeEnt @KonidelaPro pic.twitter.com/jpZEBTGFQ6 — Konidela Pro Company (@KonidelaPro) August 4, 2021 The other song will be a romantic number on Chiranjeevi and Kajal Aggarwal. With several biggies announcing their release dates, all eyes are focused on Acharya's updated release date. It will be announced soon. Pooja Hegde is paired up beside Ram Charan in Acharya. Matinee Entertainments are the producers and Manisharma is the music director. Both Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan will be seen playing the roles of Naxalites during the flashback portions. A huge village and temple set are constructed in Hyderabad for the shoot and the set is spread across 20 acres. The entire theatrical and non-theatrical business for Acharya is done. Bollywood actor Sonu Sood will be seen in an important role in this social drama.

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AP Government Suspends Three Officials For Leaking Confidential Information August 04, 2021 15:48

AP Government Suspends Three Officials For Leaking Confidential Information:- Andhra Pradesh is in a deep financial crisis and the government is struggling to pay the salaries for the government employees and pensions for the retired. The exceeded debt limit turned out to be the topic of discussion across the circles of national media too. Pankaj Chaudhary, the Union for the State for Finance revealed that AP has exceeded its limit by Rs 4000 crores. The government of Andhra Pradesh suspended three officers of the State's Finance Department for leaking sensitive and confidential information to the media. Principal Finance Secretary Shamsher Singh Rawat issued orders suspending Assistant Secretary N Venkateswarlu and Section Officers K Vara Prasad and D Sreenu Babu from their service. The decision was made on the report that is submitted by KV Rajendranath Reddy, the Director-General of Vigilance and Enforcement. After a series of articles are published across the media against the government, the government of Andhra Pradesh ordered a vigilance inquiry which revealed that Vara Prasad leaked the information to the media. The report said that the officers are aware that the information was sensitive and had to be kept private. The government is keen to keep the financial records under wraps but they are leaked to the media. The government has sent warnings to all those who are keen to tarnish the image of the AP government. The government officials, teachers and other employees are yet to receive their salaries for this month. (Video Source: Prime9 News)

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The Second Wave of Coronavirus in India is yet to Calm Down August 04, 2021 15:02

The Second Wave of Coronavirus in India is yet to Calm Down:- The second wave of coronavirus calmed down in most of the countries and some of them are preparing for the third wave. Experts predict that the third wave will hit the country at the end of August or in September. But comparing the daily cases, the second wave of coronavirus is yet to calm down. The daily reported tally is always around 40,000 cases which is huge and alarming. Reporting close to 40,000 new cases on a regular basis is to be considered on a serious note. India reported 42,625 new cases of coronavirus and the total tally reached 3,17,69,132. 562 new deaths are reported in the country and the total death tally reached 4,25,757. The active cases are increasing again and there are 4,04,958 active cases in the country for now. This comprises 1.29 percent of the total infections. and the recovery rate is at 97.37 percent. The daily positivity rate stands at 2.31 percent and the weekly positivity rate is 2.36 percent. The pandemic is raging in the country and eight states of the country have seen the rise of cases again. As per the Union Health Ministry, 44 districts of the country have reported a high number of new cases. As per the reports from the Indian Council of Medical Research, the total samples tested for coronavirus on August 3rd are said to be 18,47,518 and the samples that are tested in India in total are 47,31,42,307.

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Tokyo Olympics: Lovlina Borgohain wins Bronze for India August 04, 2021 14:38

Tokyo Olympics: Lovlina Borgohain wins Bronze for India:- Indian boxer Lovlina Borgohain is the second Indian woman boxer to win a bronze medal for the country after Mary Kom. Lovlina Borgohain brought the second bronze medal for the country in the Tokyo Olympics 2021 after ace shuttler PV Sindhu. Lovlina Borgohain lost to Busenaz Surmeneli today in the 69kg welterweight in the semifinal. Mary Kom won the first bronze medal for India in 2012 during the London Olympics. Lovlina Borgohain was outpunched by Busenaz with a dominating performance. Lovlina Borgohain hails from Assam was deducted a point for not paying attention to the referee. Lovlina Borgohain was short of eight points in the third round. The 23-year-old Lovlina Borgohain is the third Indian boxer to have a podium finish after Vijendar Singh in 2008 and Mary Kom in 2012. The country lauded the achievement of Lovlina Borgohain through twitter and other social media platforms. In a virtual press conference, Lovlina Borgohain said that she could not execute her strategy calling her opponent strong. "I wanted to hit her confidence but it did not work out. She was relentless and that turned out to be my problem" told Lovlina Borgohain. She also said that she wanted to win a gold medal for the country and was disappointed. So far in the Tokyo Olympics, India has one silver and two bronze medals.

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Tips to tackle Mask Acne August 03, 2021 18:06

Tips to tackle Mask Acne:- Stress and pollution are the major threats for people who are busy with their everyday life. Facemasks are now made compulsory to battle coronavirus pandemic and the facemask turned out to be a concern for skincare. The friction between the skin and the facemask leads to irritation, itchiness, redness and dry skin. The perspiration would lie under the mask and creates a moist environment because of the breath. This can lead to clogged pores, mask acne and tiny bumps on the face. Here are some tips to tackle the mask acne: The cloth masks (reusable) should be washed frequently after use. The bacteria after using the mask for a day will cling to the mask. If the face masks are not washed properly, the masks will reintroduce the bacteria onto the skin. This creates irritation on the skin. Also, select masks that have an inner lining of cotton rather than fabric or polyester. Wash your hands completely after you dispose of the mask. Moisturize your skin well as it turns out itchy after a day of wearing a mask. Moisturizing will replenish the epidermal water loss and it also gives a boost to the skin. Try to moisturize your skin twice a day. Avoid using makeup underneath the mask. Acne leads to treatment and the treatment serums will have exfoliants and retinoids. Instead of heading for such extremes prefer simple cleansing and moisturizing sunscreen routine. Avoid popping and touching the pimples. Apart from this, mental health is completely important and this can even impact your skin. Stress and anxiety can even lead to acne and even maskne. Participate in meditation and other activities to calm your mind.

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