The experimental antiviral drug that was developed by US pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences has shown that it leads to faster recovery in Covid-19 patients.
As the case takes a political colour amid communal allegations, ThePrint takes a look at the history and organisation of Juna Akhara the sadhus belonged to.
June Almeida, who dropped out of school at 16 because she couldn’t afford it, went on to become a pioneer in virology.
On Sunday, a group of Nihang Sikhs allegedly violating lockdown rules clashed with Punjab Police personnel & chopped off an ASI's hand.
The FRBM Act of 2003 specifically barred the government from directly borrowing from RBI to monetise the deficit. But an escape clause will enable it to do so.
The internet has turned out to be one of the most effective tools to survive the Covid-19 pandemic. ThePrint explains why.
Covid-19 is a new infection and not enough is known about it, but experts don't think the pollen of Russian poplars spreads the virus.
WHO has been called out for appreciating China’s ‘commitment’ to fight Covid-19 even though Beijing is said to have initially concealed the extent of the outbreak.
The festival of Shab-e-Barat is marked by Muslims visiting mosques and graves of their loved ones, and spending the night praying.
Why hydroxychloroquine has emerged as the most promising drug to treat Covid-19, and where India figures in its global demand. ThePrint explains.