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India reported on Thursday 314,835 new cases of the coronavirus over the previous 24 hours, the highest daily increase recorded anywhere, as its second wave and similar surges elsewhere in the world raised new fears about the virus.India reported on Thursday 314,835 new cases of the coronavirus over the previous 24 hours, the highest daily increase recorded anywhere, as its second wave and similar surges elsewhere in the world raised new fears about the virus.

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The previous record one-day rise in cases was held by the United States, which had 297,430 new cases on one day in January, though its tally has since fallen sharply.The previous record one-day rise in cases was held by the United States, which had 297,430 new cases on one day in January, though its tally has since fallen sharply.

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NEW DELHI — Indian authorities scrambled to shore up supplies of medical oxygen to hospitals in the capital, Delhi, on Wednesday as a fast-spreading second…

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A ‘double mutant’ strain, lack of medical supplies and the relaxation of lockdowns have combined to foment disasterA ‘double mutant’ strain, lack of medical supplies and the relaxation of lockdowns have combined to foment disaster

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Over 3.14 lakh new cases were registered in a span of 24 hours.Over 3.14 lakh new cases were registered in a span of 24 hours.

India sees biggest single-day rise COVID-19 cases

NEW DELHI — India reported a global record of more than 314,000 new infections Thursday as a grim coronavirus surge in the world's second-most populous country sends more and more sick people into a fragile health care system critically short of hospNEW DELHI — India reported a global record of more than 314,000 new infections Thursday as a grim coronavirus surge in the world's second-most populous country sends more and more sick people into a fragile health care system critically short of hosp

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India on Thursday reported 314,835 new cases of the novel coronavirus over the previous 24 hours, the world’s largest one-day rise in case numbers, a grim…

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With Covid-19 causing a domestic crisis, PM Narendra Modi has had to rein in plans to position India as an alternative to China for vaccine production. The brutal truth is that New Delhi is not yet ready to compete with Beijing.With Covid-19 causing a domestic crisis, PM Narendra Modi has had to rein in plans to position India as an alternative to China for vaccine production. The brutal truth is that New Delhi is not yet ready to compete with Beijing.

Modi has done too much too soon in his bid to pitch India as a rival to China — RT Op-ed

India saw a record one-day jump with more than 300,000 new coronavirus infections, marking a grim milestone for the country as a deadlier second wave showing no signs of abating.

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Modi has taken a U-turn. And like all U-turns, it tells us he has taken India nowhere, except to a place that’s far worse than where we had startedModi has taken a U-turn. And like all U-turns, it tells us he has taken India nowhere, except to a place that’s far worse than where we had started

Modi’s lockdown U-turn admission of his flawed pandemic response - The Federal

Modi’s lockdown U-turn admission of his flawed pandemic response - The Federal

* The U.S. State Department has added at least 116 countries this week to its "Level Four: Do Not Travel" advisory list. * Argentina is going through its "worst moment" of the COVID-19 pandemic, the health minister said, as deaths from the virus hit 60,000 amid a sharp second wave that has forced the country to re-impose some lockdown measures.* The U.S. State Department has added at least 116 countries this week to its "Level Four: Do Not Travel" advisory list. * Argentina is going through its "worst moment" of the COVID-19 pandemic, the health minister said, as deaths from the virus hit 60,000 amid a sharp second wave that has forced the country to re-impose some lockdown measures.

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India's brutal new Covid-19 outbreak set records on Wednesday with more than 2,000 deaths in 24 hours, as hospitals in New Delhi ran perilously low on oxygen.India's brutal new Covid-19 outbreak set records on Wednesday with more than 2,000 deaths in 24 hours, as hospitals in New Delhi ran perilously low on oxygen.

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NEW DELHI -- The variant-driven wave of coronavirus cases sweeping through India is casting a cloud over the country's prospects for recovery froLockdowns seen reducing consumer spending and jobs for migrant workers

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PM Modi late Tuesday called on Indians to step up their efforts to battle the coronavirus so that fresh lockdowns are not necessary,PM Modi late Tuesday called on Indians to step up their efforts to battle the coronavirus so that fresh lockdowns are not necessary,

Modi asks Indians to do better to stop COVID-19 amid new surge

Fatalities also rose by 2,104 in the past 24 hours, raising India's overall death toll to 184,657.Fatalities also rose by 2,104 in the past 24 hours, raising India's overall death toll to 184,657.

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Various Urdu newspapers in the national capital on Wednesday highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi speech in which he appealed to states not to impose COVIVarious Urdu newspapers in the national capital on Wednesday highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi speech in which he appealed to states not to impose COVI

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India on Thursday reported more than 300,000 coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, the highest daily global total, while COVID-19-related deaths also jumped by a record.India on Thursday reported more than 300,000 coronavirus cases over the last 24 hours, the highest daily global total, while COVID-19-related deaths also jumped by a record.

RPT-India posts daily rise of over 300,000 COVID-19 cases, record death toll | Reuters

Union Government on Wednesday said that there are more than 21.57 lakh active Covid cases in the country, which is double the maximum number of activeUnion Government on Wednesday said that there are more than 21.57 lakh active Covid cases in the country, which is double the maximum number of active

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India recorded 295,041 new COVID-19 cases and 2,023 more deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the caseload to 15,616,130 and the death toll to 182,553, according to data released by the health ministry on Wednesday.

India records fresh high of nearly 300,000 new COVID-19 cases, over 2,000 more deaths

More than 2,000 deaths in 24 hours and 295,041 new cases as hospitals scramble to shore up supplies of medical oxygen.More than 2,000 deaths in 24 hours and 295,041 new cases as hospitals scramble to shore up supplies of medical oxygen.

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Indian authorities are scrambling to shore up supplies of medical oxygen to hospitals in the capital, New Delhi, as a fast-spreading second wave of coronavirus stretched medical infrastructure to breaking point.India, the world's second most populous country, is reporting the world's highest number of new daily cases and approaching a peak of about 297,000 cases in one day that the United States hit in January.Indian authorities are scrambling to shore up supplies of medical oxygen to hospitals in the capital, New Delhi, as a fast-spreading second wave of coronavirus stretched medical infrastructure to breaking point.India, the world's second most populous country, is reporting the world's highest number of new daily cases and approaching a peak of about 297,000 cases in one day that the United States hit in January.

India grapples with coronavirus 'storm'

INDIA continues to suffer the consequences of a second wave of coronavirus that has left residents begging for supplies on social media platforms.INDIA continues to suffer the consequences of a second wave of coronavirus that has left residents begging for supplies on social media platforms.

India crisis: Residents beg for supplies amid second coronavirus wave | World | News | Express.co.uk

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – India recorded more than 2,000 COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday and almost 300,000 new cases, among the world's biggest daily totals since the pandemic began, official data showed.TEHRAN (Tasnim) – India recorded more than 2,000 COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday and almost 300,000 new cases, among the world's biggest daily totals since the pandemic began, official data showed.

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Official data from India's health ministry on Wednesday showed the country reported more than 2,000 deaths from COVID-19 over the last 24 hours, the highest single-day tally thus far. In an address to the nation on Tuesday night, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the country was 'once again fight

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More than one person is dying from the virus every minute as Modi tries to avoid lockdownsMore than one person is dying from the virus every minute as Modi tries to avoid lockdowns

PM's warm words fail to calm India's Covid-19 panic - UCA News

Here are the top headlines of the day:1. India worries about the oxygen shortage in the country but Kisan netas are completely unaffected, visuals showing their Iftaar party at the Ghazipur border. 2. Delhi high court yesterday has directed the centre to ensure that it is providing medical oxygen, and in clear words, the Delhi high court stated that if it needs, it can beg, borrow or steal but it is the responsibility of the centre that medical oxygen is provided to every hospital across the country. There have been several case of deaths that have been reported in India. 3. The centre has increased oxygen quota for Delhi and seven states, say 7,500 metric tonnes of oxygen daily. 6,600 metric tonnes are allocated to states4. Oxygen tank leakage kills 24 people in Nashik, Maharashtra Chief Minister orders high level probe. Maharashtra minister asks BJP to take responsibility but BJP calls it a murder by the state government.5. As Maharashtra adds 67,000 COVID in 24 hours alone, Uddhav Thackeray government announces fresh curbs, bans interstate travel.6. Polling for the sixth phase of West Bengal polls begins amid COVID scare.Here are the top headlines of the day:1. India worries about the oxygen shortage in the country but Kisan netas are completely unaffected, visuals showing their Iftaar party at the Ghazipur border. 2. Delhi high court yesterday has directed the centre to ensure that it is providing medical oxygen, and in clear words, the Delhi high court stated that if it needs, it can beg, borrow or steal but it is the responsibility of the centre that medical oxygen is provided to every hospital across the country. There have been several case of deaths that have been reported in India. 3. The centre has increased oxygen quota for Delhi and seven states, say 7,500 metric tonnes of oxygen daily. 6,600 metric tonnes are allocated to states4. Oxygen tank leakage kills 24 people in Nashik, Maharashtra Chief Minister orders high level probe. Maharashtra minister asks BJP to take responsibility but BJP calls it a murder by the state government.5. As Maharashtra adds 67,000 COVID in 24 hours alone, Uddhav Thackeray government announces fresh curbs, bans interstate travel.6. Polling for the sixth phase of West Bengal polls begins amid COVID scare.

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The total caseload has reached 15,616,130The total caseload has reached 15,616,130

India’s COVID-19 daily case tally hits almost 300,000 - World - TASS

India’s COVID-19 daily case tally hits almost 300,000

6,600 tonnes of oxygen being provided to the States for medical use: Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan6,600 tonnes of oxygen being provided to the States for medical use: Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan

Centre asks States to use oxygen rationally - The Hindu BusinessLine

The most worrying factor right now remains how fast daily cases are continuing to grow, and how the trajectory is exhibiting no clear signs of approaching a peak still.The most worrying factor right now remains how fast daily cases are continuing to grow, and how the trajectory is exhibiting no clear signs of approaching a peak still.

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PM Modi’s assurance on lockdown is welcome but curve has to bend. Oxygen to vaccines, critical gaps in policy need to be pluggedPM Modi’s assurance on lockdown is welcome but curve has to bend. Oxygen to vaccines, critical gaps in policy need to be plugged

PM Modi’s assurance on lockdown is welcome but curve has to bend

India on Thursday reported a record high of 3,14,835 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, making it the world’s highest single-day spike so far since the pandemic began. With the latest spike in coronavirus cases, India's overall tally crossed 1.59 crore, according to the health ministry's data released on Thursday. 📰 India Records World’s Highest Single-Day Spike of 3,14,835 New COVID-19 Cases in 24 Hours.India on Thursday reported a record high of 3,14,835 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, making it the world’s highest single-day spike so far since the pandemic began. With the latest spike in coronavirus cases, India's overall tally crossed 1.59 crore, according to the health ministry's data released on Thursday. 📰 India Records World’s Highest Single-Day Spike of 3,14,835 New COVID-19 Cases in 24 Hours.

India Records World’s Highest Single-Day Spike of 3,14,835 New COVID-19 Cases in 24 Hours | 📰 LatestLY

As cases in the country continue to surge a large number of hospitals are reporting acute shortages of beds, critical medicines and are running dangerously low on oxygen levels.As cases in the country continue to surge a large number of hospitals are reporting acute shortages of beds, critical medicines and are running dangerously low on oxygen levels.

India Recorded 314,000 New Covid-19 Cases On Thursday, The Highest Single Day Number For Any Country

Under conditions in which India has emerged as the world epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, Modi reiterated that his government’s overriding goal is not saving lives, but “saving” India “from lockdown.”Under conditions in which India has emerged as the world epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, Modi reiterated that his government’s overriding goal is not saving lives, but “saving” India “from lockdown.”

At corporate India’s behest, Modi government lets pandemic run rampant - World Socialist Web Site

PM Modi addresses the nation regarding the COVID-19 situation. Was it a precursor to national lockdown or not? Let's find out.PM Modi addresses the nation regarding the COVID-19 situation. Was it a precursor to national lockdown or not? Let's find out.

Was PM's Address To The Nation Yesterday A Precursor To A National Lockdown?

India News: The rapid spread of Covid-19 cases during the second wave might have knocked recent predictions off the mark, but scientists working on a mathematicalIndia News: The rapid spread of Covid-19 cases during the second wave might have knocked recent predictions off the mark, but scientists working on a mathematical

India Covid cases forecast: India's Covid-19 peak likely between May 11-15 with 33-35 lakh active cases: Experts | India News - Times of India

India News: The rapid spread of Covid-19 cases during the second wave might have knocked recent predictions off the mark, but scientists working on a mathematicalThe rapid spread of Covid-19 cases during the second wave might have knocked recent predictions off the mark, but scientists working on a mathematical model to work out the course of the pandemic say there is a possibility of a peak between May 11-15 with 33-35 lakh total ‘active’ infections.

India Covid cases forecast: India's Covid-19 peak likely between May 11-15 with 33-35 lakh active cases: Experts | India News - Times of India

The Centre, which controls all powers, now wants the ‘free market’ to solve the Covid crisis. If it fails again, it will blame state governments, anti-national forces, the Opposition, and people. But public memory may not be as short as it believes.The Centre, which controls all powers, now wants the ‘free market’ to solve the Covid crisis. If it fails again, it will blame state governments, anti-national forces, the Opposition, and people. But public memory may not be as short as it believes.

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Indian authorities scrambled to shore up supplies of medical oxygen to hospitals in the capital, Delhi, yesterday as a fast-spreading second wave of coronavirus stretched medical infrastructure to breaking point, officials and doctors said. At least 24 patients died in a hospital in western India after a disruption to their oxygen supply caused by a leaking tank, the healthIndian authorities scrambled to shore up supplies of medical oxygen to hospitals in the capital, Delhi, yesterday as a fast-spreading second wave of coronavirus stretched medical infrastructure to

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Amidst the incessant rise of Covid cases, Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Tuesday evening, boosted the morale of the nation in withstandinAmidst the incessant rise of Covid cases, Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Tuesday evening, boosted the morale of the nation in withstanding the

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During the talks, both sides are set to agree on a Roadmap 2030 for future relations that aims to increase ties in every sector.During the talks, both sides are set to agree on a Roadmap 2030 for future relations that aims to increase ties in every sector.

UK PM Boris Johnson to virtually interact with PM Narendra Modi due to surge in global COVID-19 cases | India News | Zee News

So far in April, India has reported more than 3.78 million new cases and over 22,000 deaths.So far in April, India has reported more than 3.78 million new cases and over 22,000 deaths.

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As Delhi faces its worst Covid outbreak, percentage of deaths reported shows a sharp rise that is higher than the cumulative fatality rate. In Maharashtra, though, the trend dips.As Delhi faces its worst Covid outbreak, percentage of deaths reported shows a sharp rise that is higher than the cumulative fatality rate. In Maharashtra, though, the trend dips.

Delhi's cumulative death rate doesn't give you the full picture of the second wave. Here's why