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Jalandhar Punjab phone snatching video / 15 year kusum grabbed a snatcher/brave girl kusum jalandhar
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15 years kusum grabbed a snatcher a phone snatcher in jalandhar Punjab 2, man on bike tried to attack a girl , to snatch her ohone But the way she replied back was just unexpected
 
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Delhi Horror | Chilling chain-snatching incident from Greater Kailash | Caught on Camera
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A spine chilling chain-snatching incident comes to light from the National Capital. In South Delhi’s Greater Kailash Path, men on a bike tried snatching a chain of a woman, when the woman tried to resist, one man got down from the bike and again attacked the woman. Only one Good Samaritan tried helping the woman, rest others were only enjoying the trail. The complete chain-snatching incident is caught on CCTV. The visuals show how confident the robbers were as they tried to attack the woman not once but twice. There were many people surrounding the woman but no one came forward to help except one man.
 

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Burari Village Chain Snatching Failed attempt
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बुराड़ी गांव में चेन स्नेचिंग की घटना सभी लोगों से अनुरोध सतर्क रहें। एक ही दिन में दो बार।
 

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Police open fire at chain snatchers in Rajajinagar, Bengaluru
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Police open fire at chain snatchers in Rajajinagar, Bengaluru...,
2 notorious chain snatchers were shot at and nabbed by the Rajajinagar police on Monday after he attacked police personnel in a bid to escape.
The accused name Sharath and Sanjeev arrested by police.
 

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School Reopening News as per Unlock 4.0 Guidelines: List Of States Planning To Start Classes From 21st Sept

PUBLISHED ON : SEP 15, 2020 13:46 IST

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School Reopening News – Unlock 4.0 Guidelines: As part of the Unlock 4.0 Guidelines released by the Home Ministry, Centre has given in-principal approval for reopening of schools for students of higher classes on voluntary basis. In line this, respective state Govts have begun making the necessary preparations for holding reopening of school from 21st Sept 2020. However, as Coronavirus pandemic has hit different parts and states of the country in different manner, many state governments are not planning to reopen schools as the number of COVID cases are still high in those states. However, several others, including Haryana, Jharkhand and others have shown willingness to reopen schools in line with the directive given by the MHA.

This has led to a confusion among students and even parents about the status of school reopening in different states of India. to resolve this problems, we have compiled an exhaustive state-wise list of states and the status of reopening of schools. Get Complete List of States Planning to reopen schools from next week Here.

State-wise Status of School Reopening post Lockdown

Assam

Assam was one of the first states to actually consider reopening of schools in the state and had also planned to hold a testing drive for teachers who were to be called in for duty from 1st Sept 2020 onwards. However, following the recent spike in the number of cases and the unavailability of testing facilities, that decision has been put on hold. Earlier, in the month, Chief Secretary of Assam said in a notification that “Schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutes for regular class activities shall remain closed till 30th September. Online and distance learning activities are allowed to continue.”



Andhra Pradesh

YSR Jagan Mohan Reddy led AP Govt has also given a favourable response to reopening of schools in the state. As per the recent directive of the state government, 50 percent teaching and 50 percent non-teaching staff has been allowed to attend school. In line with Unlock 4.0 Guidelines, students will also be allowed to visit schools for doubt solving sessions with written consent from their parenets.

Delhi

National Capital Delhi is among the worst hit states by COVID-19 pandemic; in line with this Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has decided to keep all educational institutions closed in the state until 30th Sept 2020. However, special permission have been granted to Class 9 to 12 students to go to school on a voluntary basis, but only for those who reside outside containment zones. Meanwhile the state government would continue virtual classes and online education for students of lower classes.

Haryana

One of the first states to show willingness to reopen schools after central government’s nod, Haryana Govt is planning to start in-person voluntary classes for school students from 21st Sept onwards. Earlier last week, Haryana Education Minister Kanwar Pal Singh Gujjar had issued a statement saying that the ‘the state is ready to open schools once again.’ To ensure complete safety as well as health and well-being of the students, the state government has put in place elaborate processes and protocols as well as sanctioned additional budget for sanitization of schools. However, initially, on trial basis, the state government plans to reopen two schools in Karnal and Sonepat districts for Class 10 and Class 12 students only after getting approval for majority of parents.

Jharkhand

Jharkhand State Government is also planning to reopen schools for students who are in Class 9 and above. Jharkhand State Education Minister Vaidyanath Mahato had earlier expressed concerns about the digital divide hampering education of students in the state. He had said that as per a survey, only 27% students in urban areas of the state have access to online classes and this number is even lower in rural areas. In line with these concerns, the state govt plans to reopen schools from 21st Sept onwards for classes 10 and 12 students.

Uttar Pradesh

UP Government is likely to comply with Home Ministry’s guidelines with regards to reopening of schools for 9th to 12th Class students for voluntary doubt-solving session. On similar lines, the state government is also considering graded reopening of colleges, universities for similar sessions starting from 21st Sept 2020. However, the exact details regarding the final decision about UP Schools Reopening after lockdown will soon be conveyed by UP Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma soon. In near future, Education Dept officials are likely to hold a review meeting to COVID-19 situation in the state and in accordance with that the final decision regarding reopening of schools will be taken.

Irrespective of that decision, the state government has already commenced the new academic session and is regularly holding online / virtual classes for students through Doordarshan UP for Class 10 and 12, and Swayambha channel for Class 9 and 11.

Maharashtra

Maharashtra is unfortunately still the worst affected state with its commercial capital Mumbai now taking over the mantle of being India’s COVID-19 capital as well. Being the worst affected state, the state government has decided to keep schools in the state closed until 30th Sept 2020. However, in line with Unlock 4.0 guidelines, it may allow students from class 9-12 to visit the schools for guidance on voluntary basis.





 

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Guwahati Residents only - Return in 4 days (96 Hours) to avoid Quarantine Procedures.

96 घंटे में यात्रा से नहीं लौटे तो होना पड़ेगा क्वारंटीन, सरकार का आदेश जारी


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Sep 11 2020 02:18 PM

96 घंटे में यात्रा से नहीं लौटे तो होना पड़ेगा क्वारंटीन, सरकार का आदेश जारी



गुवाहाटी: असम सरकार ने शुक्रवार को कोरोना महामारी से संबंधित दिशानिर्देशों में कुछ संशोधन किए हैं। असम के स्वास्थ्य विभाग ने कहा है कि एक व्यक्ति यदि 96 घंटे में यात्रा से लौट आता है तो उसे क्वारंटीन नहीं किया जाएगा। यानी एक शख्स राज्य के बाहर जाकर 96 घंटे में वापस लौट आया, तो उसको 10 क्वारंटीन रहना अनिवार्य नहीं होगा।
हालांकि उसको रैपिड एंटीजन टेस्ट से गुजरना होगा और संक्रमित पाए जाने पर निर्धारित प्रक्रिया का पालन करना होगा। असम सरकार ने शुक्रवार को एक और बड़ा फैसला लिया है। सरकार ने कोरोना वायरस संक्रमण से मरीज की मौत होने पर 5000 का खर्च अंतिम संस्कार के लिए देने की बात कही है। यदि कोरोना से किसी की मौत होती है और उसके परिजन शव लेने से मना करते हैं या फिर अंतिम संस्कार का खर्च उठाने में असमर्थ हैं तो ऐसे मामले में पांच हजार रुपए प्रदान किए जाएंगे।

असम सरकार द्वारा अनलॉक-4 में भी स्कूल, कॉलेज, शैक्षणिक और कोचिंग संस्थान 30 सितंबर तक बंद ही रखा गया है। इस दौरान ऑनलाइन और दूरस्थ शिक्षा गतिविधियों को जारी रखने की इजाजत है। इसके अलावा 50 फीसद टीचर्स स्कूल आ सकते हैं, ताकी छात्रों को ऑनलाइन माध्यम से पढ़ाई सबंधित सामग्री प्रदान की जा सके। इसके साथ ही 9वीं से 12वीं तक के स्टूडेंट पढ़ाई संबंधित जानकारी के लिए टीचर्स से मिलने स्कूल जा सकते हैं।


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CDC director says face masks may provide more protection than coronavirus vaccine
PUBLISHED WED, SEP 16 20201:19 PM EDT
UPDATED WED, SEP 16 20206:42 PM EDT

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KEY POINTS
  • A potential coronavirus vaccine will likely be available in limited quantities by the end of this year, but it may only be about 70% effective, CDC Director Robert Redfield said.
  • A 50% effective vaccine would be roughly on par with those for influenza but below the effectiveness of one dose of a measles vaccination, which is about 93% effective, according to the CDC.
  • The CDC and the WHO now suggest people wear face coverings to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which is spread through respiratory droplets when a person coughs, sneezes or talks.


CDC director: Face masks may provide more protection than coronavirus vaccine

Face coverings are “the most powerful public health tool” the nation has against the coronavirus and might even provide better protection against it than a vaccine, the head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told lawmakers Wednesday.
“We have clear scientific evidence they work, and they are our best defense,” CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said. “I might even go so far as to say that this face mask is more guaranteed to protect me against Covid than when I take a Covid vaccine.”

Redfield told the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies that a potential coronavirus vaccine, which will likely be available in limited quantities by the end of this year, may only have an immunogenicity of 70%.
Immunogenicity is the ability of a vaccine to build an immune response to the virus. Other top health experts, including White House coronavirus advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, have said the likelihood of producing a highly effective Covid-19 vaccine — one that provides 98% or more guaranteed protection — is slim.
Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in August that scientists are hoping for a vaccine that’s at least 75% effective. The Food and Drug Administration said it would authorize a coronavirus vaccine so long as it is safe and at least 50% effective.
A 50% effective vaccine would be roughly on par with those for influenza but below the effectiveness of one dose of a measles vaccination, which is about 93% effective, according to the CDC.
“If I don’t get an immune response, the vaccine’s not going to protect me. This face mask will,” Redfield told lawmakers while holding up a blue surgical face mask. He urged Americans, particularly those between 18 and 25 years old, to continue wearing face coverings, reiterating they could help bring the pandemic under control in a matter of weeks if people wore them universally.

Earlier on Wednesday, the CDC outlined a sweeping plan to make vaccines for Covid-19 free to all Americans. Even then, Redfield predicted that it will take “six to nine” months to get every American vaccinated, saying the U.S. should have enough doses to return to “regular life” by the third quarter of next year.
The CDC and the World Health Organization now suggest people wear face coverings to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which is spread through respiratory droplets when a person coughs, sneezes or talks. The CDC says face masks that cover the mouth and nose are “particularly important” when people can’t maintain a 6-foot distance from one another.
Adm. Brett Giroir, an assistant secretary for health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, told the lawmakers that wearing a face covering “is one of the most important things we can do to prevent spread.” That’s because people who are infected and don’t show symptoms could still be spreading the virus.
The comments came after Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., pressed the health officials on President Donald Trump’s reluctance to wear a face covering while attending events. Trump made the announcement in early April that the CDC had changed its guidance in support of wearing a face covering in settings where social distancing isn’t feasible, but he said, “I don’t think I’m going to be doing it.” In July, after months of reluctance, the president said wearing a face covering is “patriotic.”
At a White House press briefing later on Wednesday, the president said Redfield might have “misunderstood” the question by lawmakers, adding that masks are not as important as the vaccine. Trump said “perhaps” face masks help.
“I hope that the vaccine’s going to be a lot more beneficial than the masks,” Trump told reporters. “As far as the mask is concerned, he made a mistake.”
The CDC walked back some of Redfield’s testimony after Trump’s criticism, clarifying his stance on face masks.
“I 100% believe in the importance of vaccines and the importance in particular of a COVID-19 vaccine. A COVID-19 vaccine is the thing that will get Americans back to normal everyday life,” Redfield said in a statement emailed to CNBC. “The best defense we currently have against this virus are the important mitigation efforts of wearing a mask, washing your hands, social distancing and being careful about crowds.”
Dr. Robert Kadlec, assistant secretary for preparedness and response at HHS, told Reed and lawmakers on the panel that the president “can exercise his rights to do what he pleases as we see other Americans doing that.”
— CNBC’s Berkeley Lovelace Jr. and Kevin Breuninger contributed to this report.


https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/16/cdc-director-says-face-masks-may-provide-more-protection-than-coronavirus-vaccine-.html
 
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