Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Complete loss of smell and taste could be an early warning sign of coronavirus

Much has been said about the coronavirus uphill now and masses have been warned to look for the warning signs of this viral disease, like fatigue, aches and pains, a blocked nose, sore throat and diarrhea.

Now doctors in UK have come up with another set of symptoms that me be taken seriously for it may be the onset of the virus. The say sudden and complete loss of smell could also be an early sign of coronavirus.

New data gathered by ENT UK, which represents ear, nose and throat specialists, suggests this inability to smell — and often taste — may be the very first symptom and can start within hours.

It may be added that many people appear not to develop any further signs, making a full recovery without even realizing they had Covid-19. They are thought to be mostly healthy young adults whose immune systems react sufficiently to the virus to contain it within the nose, preventing it spreading to the lungs, where it can cause potentially fatal pneumonia.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Coronavirus: Refrigerated Trucks being used as morgue in USA

The rising number of deaths and scarcity of space in the hospitals has forced the US authorities to us refrigerated trucks as morgues.

Line of white refrigerated trucks can be seen parked outside New York hospitals after 98 people died in seven hours. City officials said this is the biggest deployment of makeshift morgues since the September 11, 2001.

As of Monday morning, there were 142,000 cases of coronavirus in the US and 2,500 people had died. 

In the meantime, the homeless are made to sleep six feet apart in an empty parking lot in Las Vegas.

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Saturday, March 28, 2020

First royal death from coronavirus{ Spanish Princess Dies of Coronavirus

While we listen to unknown people succumbing to coronavirus, Spain mourns death of its 86-year-old royalty Princess Maria Teresa of Spain's Bourbon-Parma dynasty who died after testing positive.

Her death was announced by her younger brother, Prince Sixtus Henry of Bourbon-Parma.

It may be added that members of the family once ruled as King of Etruria and as Duke of Parma and Piacenza, Guastalla, and Lucca until 1859.

The news of the royal death comes as Spain registered a record number of coronavirus deaths in a single-day period with the army now being handed emergency powers to transfer bodies because undertakers are unable to cope.

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US Corona Virus cases cross over 104,000

US is getting infected with Corona Virus more rapidly than all other countries of the world, leaving behind Italy and China. As of now, the number of corona hit virus has reached over 104,000.

As reported by CNN, the infection is fast spreading to new areas of the country.

As of Saturday morning, the US had at least 104,205 known cases of Corona Virus and 1,701 people have died, according to Worldometer. Italy had 86,498 with 9,134 deaths, while China is at number three with 81,394 cases with 3,295 deaths.

Chicago, Detroit and New Orleans are seeing a rapid increase of cases and officials there and in many other cities say they don't have enough medical resources.

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Friday, March 27, 2020

Corona Update: Darkest day of the crisis in UK - death toll jumps to 759

Today is being termed as the darkest day of the Corona virus crises as UK health chiefs today said the COVID-19 death toll stands at 759 - up by a third from 578 in the last 24 hours.

As reported by the Daily Mail, 181 more victims were confirmed in today's update, a 60 per cent spike from the 113 recorded yesterday.

Meanwhile Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock have admitted they had tested positive for COVID-19. 

The bombshell news threatens to send the government's response into chaos, with speculation rampant over which other senior figures could be infected..

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Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Italy leaves over 80 to their fate as Coronavirus spreads rapidly

It seems the fast spreading Coronavirus is leaving a very heavy toll on the resources of the government in Italy as it announces that people over 80 will not have access to anti Coronavirus treatment.  

Special units have been established that will determine which patients receive treatment in intensive care and which do not if there are insufficient spaces. Intensive care capacity is running short in Italy as the corona virus continues to spread, reports The Telegraph.

A document, produced by the civil protection department of the Piedmont region, one of those hardest hit, says: "The criteria for access to intensive therapy in cases of emergency must include age of less than 80 or a score on the Charlson comorbidity Index [which indicates how many other medical conditions the patient has] of less than 5.".

One doctor said: "[Who lives and who dies] is decided by age and by the [patient's] health conditions. This is how it is in a war."

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Coronavirus spreads over all 50 USA States

Since first news of spread of the Coronavirus in China, the everyday headlines commence with grim and grimmer news as each day passes by. Now it has been reported that all 50 states of the USA have been affected by this deadly virus - with death toll rising.

The latest report emerge from West Virginia as it reported its first case of the infection on Tuesday.

Announcing West Virginia's first Covid-19 patient, Governor Jim Justice said: "We knew this was coming," reports BBC.

As of date, there have so far been 108 deaths in the US from Coronavirus and more than 6,300 confirmed cases nationwide.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Pakistan loses F-16 in a Military Parade Rehearsal

It was a tragic day today for Pakistan as it lost an ace pilot and F-16 aircraft during a practice run for the rehearsal of annual 23 March parade.

It is learnt that  Wing Commander Noman Akram, son of a retired Brigadier of Pakistan Army, embraced shahadat (martyrdom) during fly past rehearsal for 23rd March parade when his F-16 crashed in suburbs of Pakistan's capital city Islamabad.

The martyred pilot was one of the ace pilots of Pakistan Air Force and had won the coveted best pilot trophy for 2019. 

Details pouring in.

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Sunday, March 1, 2020

US finally agrees to Quit Afghanistan after agreement with Taliban

In landmark victory of Taliban of Afghanistan, US finally bows down to the Afghan Taliban and inks an agreement to quit Afghanistan after a futile 18 years old presence in Afghanistan. Pakistan has played an important role in facilitating  the two sides to come to a negotiating table.

As per the deal inked in the Doha, Qatar, the US and NATO allies have agreed to withdraw all troops within 14 months if the militants uphold the deal.

US President Trump said it had been a "long and hard journey" in Afghanistan. "It's time after all these years to bring our people back home," he said.

Perhaps it is the most sane decision by the US and Donald Trump since he took over as the US president. 

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Friday, September 27, 2019

Imran Khan speaks his heart out at UNGA about Plight of Muslims of Indian Occupied Kashmir

What a memorable day it was today as Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan shook the world conscious in his 49 minutes long speech at UNGA today, 27th September 2019. Mr Khan spoke his heart out on the plight of Kashmiri Muslims under siege and curfew for almost 55 days in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.

IK speech was a beautiful blend of Emotions & Logic, captivating the audience which clapped on every point that he scored. He very effectively put across the Kashmir dispute, the UN resolutions on disputed status of Jammu and Kashmir and recent annexation of it by India.

Imran Khan spoke without any prejudice, liking or political affiliation, yet very forcefully pressed home his view point about Kashmir and Islamophobia to the world community.

Every word that he minced spoke of his courage, sense of responsibility, pain and sincerity in him, far superior then his Indian counterpart Modi who sheepishly spoke before him and made no mention of atrocities his forces are committing against Muslims of Jammu and Kashmir.

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Monday, September 16, 2019

Yemen attack on Saudi Aramco Oil Facilities may affect 5% world oil supply

The Yemenese strike back hard: This time their target being the world's largest oil facilities in Saudi Arabia - the Aramco, a joint Saudi-USA establishment.

Yemen claims that 10 drones had been used in the attack, hitting the oil fields in Abqaiq and Khurais. The attack is likely to affect almost 5% drop in Saudi oil exports. And may cause crude prices to jump between $5 and $10 a barrel.

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Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman said that 5.7 million barrels a day of crude oil and gas production have been affected. The latest OPEC figures put total Saudi production at 9.8 million barrels per day.

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Monday, September 9, 2019

Rafael Nadal wins US Open 2019

Rafael Nadal is the 2019 US Open Tennis champion.

33 years old Spaniard Nadal beat the 5th seed Russian Daniil Medvedev 7-5 6-3 5-7 4-6 6-4 in the men's single final of US Open played at the Arthur Ashe court, New York.

In the fifth set when the duo were two sets each, Medvedev struggled to a comeback from 5-2 to 5-4, but then Nadal shook off his faults he has had just made to clinch the victory.

It is Nadal's 19th Grand Slam victory. Victory today moves him within one of Swiss rival Roger Federer's all-time leading tally of Grand Slam victories.

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Sunday, September 8, 2019

Serena Williams Loses US Open 2019 Final to Canadian Bianca Andreescu

US Open 2019 has been a great upset for top ranking players. While in men's singles race, both Federer and Djokovic lost their race to finals, Serena Williams did manage to reach finals but could not come out with a winning note.

Yes, Williams lost to Canadian Bianca Andreescu in straight sets. Bianca Andreescu won the final 6-3, 7-5 at the Arthur Ashe court.

Serena Williams thus failed for a second year in a row to claim a history-matching 24th Grand Slam title in New York to equal Margaret Court’s career tally. Last year, Williams lost a controversial match to Japanese star Naomi Osaka 6-3, 6-4.

In fact the 19 years old Canadian was too swift for aging and rather bulky American. Andreescu by wining the US Open title becomes the first Canadian, man or woman, to win a major in a singles event and has done so in the fewest number of Grand Slam appearances since Maria Sharapova won Wimbledon in 2004, according to ESPN.

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Monday, August 5, 2019

Kashmir Protests as India Revokes its Special Status

In complete defiance of the UN Resolution that declares the Jammu and Kashmir as a disputed territory, India in complete defiance of the UN resolutions has revoked the clause 370 of its constitution on 4th august 2019 and made the disputed territory as an integral part of India. 

Pakistan reacted sharply to this unilateral decision:
"The Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir is an internationally recognized disputed territory. No unilateral step by the Government of India can change this disputed status, as enshrined in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions. Nor will this ever be acceptable to the people of Jammu & Kashmir and Pakistan." 
This was done after India just a couple of days ago deployed over 30,000 additional troops and imposed curfew to brutally slap any reaction from the Kashmiris.

All major Kashmiris leaders have already been placed under house arrest before tabling this notorious and sinister move. This motion comes when US President Trump had reassured Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan that he was ready to mediate the Kashmir dispute.

The Indian move has been strongly condemned by Pakistan and even OIC has reacted sharply to it. "Pakistan strongly condemns and rejects the announcements made today by the Indian Government regarding the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir," said a Pakistan foreign office statement on Monday.

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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Pakistan Prime Minister meets Donald Trump: US Ready to Mediate on Kashmir

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan met US President Donald Trump on Monday during his 3-days official visit to USA. Welcoming the Pakistan's Prime Minister, the US President remarked: “It’s my great honour to have the very popular (and by the way great athlete, one of the greatest) Prime Minister of Pakistan.”

Trump touted Pakistan's role in fomenting progress in the US-Taliban talks in recent weeks and said he believes Pakistan "is going to help us out to extricate ourselves" from the war in Afghanistan.

At the White House meeting on Monday, Mr Trump also offered to mediate the Indian-Pakistani conflict in Kashmir. He said that he was making the offer after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested that he "mediate or arbitrate" the 70-year old territory dispute between the two nations.

It may be added that since Donald Trump took office in 2017, his administration has adopted a hard line against Pakistan, accusing it of supporting Islamist militants and misleading the US over the issue - charges Islamabad denies.

However, this meeting seems to have softened US stance about Pakistan.

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