Cybercriminals target gamers during Covid-19

Cybercriminals have been exploiting the increased popularity of video games during the lockdown to launch attacks, according to a latest study. Continue Reading

Chief Minister’s Insurance Scheme covers Covid treatment: Govt to HC

The Tamilnadu government has informed the Madras High Court that treatment of Covid-19 in private hospitals is being covered under the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme (CMCHIS). Continue Reading

Frontline COVID-19 workers should not be ostracised: Bombay HC

Frontline Covid-19 workers should be encouraged to discharge their duty  without fear and should not be ostracised for travelling to work daily, the Bombay  High Court has said. Continue Reading

UK halts trial of hydroxychloroquine

British scientists halted a large trial on Friday that had been exploring the use of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine in patients with the pandemic disease COVID-19 after initial results showed no evidence of benefit. Continue Reading

TN CM gives 2-wheelers to Fire services personnel to spray disinfectant

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today flagged off 25 motorcycles for the fire service and rescue department to spray disinfectants im Chennai streets. Continue Reading

Experts feel people should learn to live with coronavirus

Kambar Street in Velacheri was Covid-19 free in the first four lockdowns. But now, there are two positive cases here. Continue Reading

TASMAC closure: TN to move SC against HC order

The Madras High Court on Friday ordered closure of all state-run liquor outlets in Tamilnadu, a day after they reopened following easing of Covid-19 lockdown curbs, saying there was total violation of guidelines, but allowed door delivery through online mode.
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Trial tragedy: Covid-19 drug developer dies after consuming it

A senior official of a Chennai-based herbal products firm died on Thursday minutes after consuming a drug he developed as a cure for Covid-19.
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More than 1.60 lakh migrant workers ferried on 163 Shramik Special Trains: Railways

The Indian Railways on Thursday said it has operated 163 Shramik Special trains since May 1 and ferried home over 1.60 lakh migrants stranded in various parts of the country due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown. Continue Reading