Need to continue extreme caution against COVID-19: WHO

                                                        The World Health Organization today cautioned against any relaxation of response actions following the recent slight decline in COVID-19 cases in South-East Asia Region, saying the pandemic […]

Coronavirus does not spread through surfaces like door handles, scientist claims

Monica Gandhi, a Professor of Medicine at the University of California claims that coronavirus does not spread through touching surfaces like door handles and light switches… Now, experts from the University of California claim that the virus does not spread through touching surfaces like door handles and light switches. Speaking to Nautilus, Monica Gandhi, a Professor […]

English Tea Shop wins Great Game of Business All Star International Champion

Sri Lanka’s English Tea Shop, which markets premium organic tea to 50 countries, won the prestigious Great Game of Business All Star Award 2020 – International Champion having demonstrated a sustainable continuity in its business model showcasing profitability even through COVID-19. The Company inculcates the best practices of open-book management (OBM) which encourages a shared […]

Sanchi Stupa is now ready to open after the lock down

The country’s Union Tourism and Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel arrived in Sanchi on Wednesday(17) and he visited the stupa complex and took stock of the arrangements, during which Bante Vimalthissa this through was also present Collector Risen. A specified number of people will get admission at Sanchi Stupa and there will be a sanitizer […]

India-China border tension: A new flashpoint in South Asia

At least 20 Indian soldiers have been killed after a violent confrontation with Chinese troops in the Himalayan region of Ladakh in the deadliest clash in nearly 50 years, with experts warning of a new geopolitical flashpoint in South Asia. New Delhi blamed Beijing for Monday’s clash in Galwan Valley near the Line of Actual […]

Third round of military talks make headway

Talks between Chinese and Indian generals in the Galwan Valley have made headway, sources told the Indian Express without elaborating. Thursday’s meeting was the third since deadly clashes late Monday into early Tuesday left 20 Indian soldiers dead. The newspaper reported that the talks have not yet lead to de-escalation at several face-off points along […]