• Alert- Important news for PNB customers! This service of the bank is not working, check it quickly
  • Why Does Covaxin Cost More Than Covishield, Sputnik V? Experts Weigh In
  • Linking Driving License with Aadhaar Card is mandatory, know what is the process
  • EPF Interest: 6 Crore EPFO Members Likely to Get 8.5% Interest by Next Month
  • Chrome Users ALERT! Google to roll out new security features, this is what users can do

Covishield vaccination schedule changed again, these people can get second dose after 28 days

The vaccination for COVID-19 is underway in the country in full swing. On Monday, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said that people who have to travel abroad can now take the second dose of the Covishield vaccine after 28 days. Earlier, the second dose of the Covishield vaccine was being administered after 28 days but later, it was extended to 12 weeks. The ministry has issued guidelines to…

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Alert- Important news for PNB customers! This service of the bank is not working, check it quickly

New Delhi. If you are a customer of Punjab National Bank (PNB) and you use internet banking, then there is very important news for you. PNB customers are facing problems in online banking, money transactions through UPI. The bank has now issued an alert in this regard. PNB has apologized for the problems being faced by the customers. Along with this, the bank has assured its customers that the resolution…

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Why Does Covaxin Cost More Than Covishield, Sputnik V? Experts Weigh In

New Delhi: A Covishield dose cannot cost more than ₹ 780 a dose, Russia’s Sputnik V will cost a maximum of ₹ 1,145 a dose and Covaxin cannot be costlier than ₹ 1,410 a shot. This includes ₹ 150 in GST or Goods and Services Tax. Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin, the only made-in-India vaccine of these three, is almost double the price of Covishield and costs as much as Pfizer abroad…

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10 Apps you can use to order medicines online

The second wave of Pandemic taught some lessons for all of us. One of these is the increasing importance of online in our lives. It made even the most skeptics embrace the digital economy. One of these is buying medicines online. There are several apps that allow you to order medicines online including prescription drugs (after uploading prescription). Here are 10 popular apps Netmeds The online pharmacy app offers doorstep…

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Linking Driving License with Aadhaar Card is mandatory, know what is the process

New Delhi: Duplication regarding driving license has increased very rapidly in the country. To put a stop to this, it has now been made mandatory to link the Aadhar card with the driving license. In this way, fraud and corruption in the country regarding driving license will also be stopped. Aadhar card is a very important document for any Indian citizen. With the help of this, we can easily take…

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EPF Interest: 6 Crore EPFO Members Likely to Get 8.5% Interest by Next Month

The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) willl likely to credit the interest on provident fund deposits for the financial year 2020-21 soon, according to reports. Over 6 crore employees will get the benefit by the end of next month. The retirement body kept the interest rate unchanged on the provident fund deposits at 8.5 per cent for the financial year 2020-21. The decision was taken in the view of more…

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Chrome Users ALERT! Google to roll out new security features, this is what users can do

Google is all set to roll out new features for Chrome users soon. The new upgrades, starting with Chrome 91 update, will add fresh `Safe Browsing` features. As per Mashable, the upcoming features will help users choose better extensions and will offer additional protection against downloading malicious files on the web. Google shares the details about the new features in its official blog post. It stated that Enhanced Safe Browsing…

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How much PF has been accumulated in your account? Just an SMS will let you know

New Delhi: EPFO had recently announced a very important news for lakhs of its Subscribers. The regulatory fund has allowed its members to withdraw more money from account as COVID-19 advance. EPFO said that considering urgent need of members for financial support in these trying times, it has been decided to accord top priority to COVID-19 claims. Hence EPFO said that it is committed to settle these claims within three days…

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PM Kisan Yojana: Now, you can receive Rs 36000 in a year – Know how

After reaping the benefits of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme, farmers can also benefit from the PM Kisan Man Dhan Yojana under which they can get Rs 36,000 a year in 12 monthly instalments of Rs 3,000 per month once they retire. Any farmer who is registered under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana can benefit from the Kisan Man Dhan Yojana.  This scheme will provide a…

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Using a fake oxymeter app? Here’s how to check its authenticity

The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a surge in the demand for Oxymeters and with that, there are several oximeter apps in play. Cybersecurity researchers have recently found many fake oximeter apps on the Play Store as they have been stealing sensitive banking credentials. The team from Quick Heal Security Labs found that malware authors were misusing the official apps with trojan to steal users’ banking…

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AIIMS Delhi to Begin Conducting Trials of Covaxin on Children from Monday, Says Report

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi plans to begin clinical trials of Bharat Biotech’s Covid-19 vaccine “Covaxin” on children, news agency ANI cited sources as saying. AIIMS Patna has been already been conducting a Paediatric clinical trial of Covaxin after Bharat Biotech gained approval from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) to begin paediatric clinical studies on May 11. At AIIMS Patna, trials for children…

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Third wave of COVID-19 may start from THIS month, Centre warns

NITI Aayog member VK Saraswat said that India coped with the second wave of coronavirus very well as the number of new cases of infection has come down significantly. He also emphasized that preparations should be completed to deal with the third wave of COVID-19, which is expected to affect the younger population more. Third wave from September? Saraswat said that India’s epidemiologists have given very clear indications that the…

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