United States

Cyber criminals hit major fuel pipeline in US

Colonial Pipeline, which carries 45 per cent of the fuel supplies for the eastern US, said in a statement that it took "certain systems offline to contain the threat

Cyber criminals hit major fuel pipeline in US

Precarious predicament of vaccine procurement

Vaccines are basically the government’s responsibility. Once the vaccines are procured and distributed, then the people can be told to get vaccinated, to be registered. But how to get the vaccine?

Precarious predicament of vaccine procurement

World food price index climbs in April, highest since mid-2014: FAO

FAO's cereal price index rose 1.2 per cent in April month-on-month and 26 per cent year-on-year

World food price index climbs in April, highest since mid-2014: FAO

Covid-19

Pharma association terms Biden move on vaccine patent 'wrong answer'

The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations said that the US president Joe Biden's support for waiving patents of Covid-19 vaccines was "the wrong answer" to a ...

Pharma association terms Biden move on vaccine patent 'wrong answer'

Covid jabs for kids: Pfizer to seek approval in Sept

Currently, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is given to adults under an emergency use authorisation that the companies received in December

Covid jabs for kids: Pfizer to seek approval in Sept

Global Covid-19 cases top 151 million

The total corona fatalities also mounted to 3,176,404, according to the latest figures released by Johns Hopkins University

Global Covid-19 cases top 151 million

Covid-19: Why the crisis in vaccines?

Vaccine supply has emerged globally as an extremely sensitive political issue. The disparity between nations is the main cause of this predicament.

Covid-19: Why the crisis in vaccines?

Covid-19 vaccine stock to exhaust by 15 May

The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has received 1.3 million vaccines from India. They still have a little over 2.55 million (25.53 lakh) vaccines left in stock.

Covid-19 vaccine stock to exhaust by 15 May

US to join effort to curb climate-warming emissions from shipping

The US will join Saudi Arabia as the only two countries to formally pledge to work toward the International Maritime Organization's greenhouse gas strategy

US to join effort to curb climate-warming emissions from shipping

China, US agree on need for stronger climate commitments

The new development came after a two-day meeting between Chinese climate envoy Xie Zhenhua and his US counterpart, John Kerry, in Shanghai

A vehicle with US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry on board arrives to a state guest hotel during his visit, in Shanghai, China on 14 April, 2021
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