Sunday, 4 December, 2022
TopicCoronavirus pandemic

Topic: Coronavirus pandemic

How ThePrint courageously covered the Covid battleground and won the IPI award

Everyone who went to the field admitted that though the experience was harrowing, they had become better journalists, perhaps even better people because of it.

Covid reversed poverty decline, made 7.1 cr people poor, says World Bank. At least 1/3 from India

According to World Bank, no. of global poor increased by 7.1 crore in 2020, of which at least 33% were in India. Other methods used to estimate poverty in India due to lack of govt data.

Uber’s carpool service is back after pandemic-induced hiatus

New York: Uber Technologies Inc. is bringing back its shared ride service after a hiatus during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. The carpool service,...

Focus groups, recovery courses, surveys — how states aim to fix Covid learning loss of kids

The education ministry has begun earmarking budgets after states and Union territories shared with it their plans to identify and bridge learning gaps last month.

Covid taught us that love transcends even pandemics. The stories cannot be re-created

Campus Voice is an initiative by ThePrint where young Indians get an opportunity to express their opinions on a prevalent issue.

Mamata sends ‘get well soon’ fruit baskets to Kolkata’s Covid patients, BJP leaders among them

Kolkata councillors and police personnel are delivering these baskets to Covid patients in person to lift their spirits. Move comes after West Bengal recorded its highest-yet daily tally.

Omicron unlikely to completely evade antibodies, US study using AI tool suggests

Results of the study, which is yet to be peer reviewed, indicate antibodies from vaccines or previous infection will provide some protection against Omicron, say researchers

Off The Cuff with Prof (Dr) Balram Bhargava

On this edition of ThePrint's Off The Cuff, Prof (Dr) Balram Bhargava, Director General, ICMR, tells Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta about why he decided to...

Scientists, doctors, or politicians? Report shows who we trust the most after the pandemic

While the position of many professions has barely shifted over the last few years, the pandemic has provided a boost to the trustworthiness of one.

Haryana’s tech-based healthcare approach could be a blueprint for our response to Covid-19

A project piloted by Deloitte and the Haryana govt in Karnal district resulted in a significant reduction in the number of fatalities from Covid-19.

On Camera


EQB or GLB, the three-row compact SUVs are sure to give Mercedes a winner

The EQB and the GLB are siblings powered by different hearts, and while they do the same job, they feel very, very different.

51 cow universities, old pension scheme, jobs — what RSS affiliates want from 2023 Budget

Welfare schemes and ‘self-reliance’ figure high on Sangh organisations’ wishlists for finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman ahead of the Budget, which she will present on 1 February.


Navy chief Admiral Hari Kumar addressing a press conference on the eve of Navy Day | ANI

Indian Navy puts on hold plans to build IAC 2, but is considering repeat order of Vikrant

At his annual press conference, Navy chief Admiral Hari Kumar also said they'll soon take a call on whether they'll go in for marine version of Rafale fighters or F/A 18 Super Hornets.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

Gujarat election is anything but dull. BJP’s political neurosis about AAP is the hidden headline

Gujarat is the only state where Modi is directly in contention. Even if he wins, the team that runs him closest has much to gain.