Deadline for filing TDS extended till June 30, 2021, Form-16 can also be issued till July 15

The deadline for filing TDS: In view of the current situation caused by the second wave of Coronavirus, the Income Tax Department has extended the last date of filing of tax deduction at source (TDS Filing Deadline) from 31 May 2021 to 30 June 2021. Earlier, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) extended the last […]

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Plant these Special Medicinal plants at home, will stay away from many diseases

Medicinal Plants At Home: The second wave of Coronavirus has shaken the people of the country. People are locked in their homes to avoid this. In view of this tsunami of the corona, it has become mandatory to wear triple-layer mask, clean hands repeatedly with soap and hand sanitizer, and adopt social distancing. It is very important to keep […]

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Here’s How to register for corona vaccination in India: Your step-by-step guide

The government started with the dry run for Covid-19 vaccination at most of the states. Soon a section of the population will receive their first vaccine shot. Preparation for administering doses at vaccine centres, logistics requirement and other arrangements are also at full swing. Country’s top drug regulator, DCGI has approved Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine Covishield and Bharat […]

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Dr. Reddy’s Lab starts Free Home Delivery of Corona Drug, Service will be Available in these 42 Cities

India’s major pharma company Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories today announced the introduction of the generic version of Favipiravir, a drug for the treatment of corona virus patient, in the market of Avigan 200mg tablet. Dr. Reddy’s drug Avigan has received approval from the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) to treat mild to moderately infected patients […]

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Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine: All You need to know about Price, Trial, Production in India

Coronavirus has infected more than 1.5 crore people across the globe since outbreak. No vaccine has been developed yet, to protect against the deadly novel virus. The scientists and researchers are scrambling to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. At present, three vaccine candidates are at the final stage of their trials. Among them, Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine has shown […]

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Been asked to get a COVID Test Done? Here is Everything You need to Know

With an increasing number of confirmed covid-19 cases making news every hour, the fear and anxiety around it is also growing. Currently, proactive social distancing, containment through contact tracing, and significantly enhanced testing strategy followed by effective quarantine of positive cases are key steps to battle the pandemic. In unlock 2.0, however, people have started […]

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India Targets to Launch First Covid-19 Vaccine by August 15

India’s first indigenous Covid-19 vaccine (BBV152 COVID vaccine) may be launched by August 15. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has selected 12 institutes for the clinical trial of ‘Covaxin’. In a letter to these institutes, the ICMR said that it is envisaged to launch the vaccine for public health use latest by August […]

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Maintain Social Distancing, Use of Face Masks to Avoid Second Covid-19 Wave

Continuing social distancing, and other precautionary measures like the use of face masks, and handwashing, could possibly help in avoiding the need for future lockdown, according to a modelling study performed by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), an institution supported by the “la Caixa” Foundation. The findings, published in Nature Human Behaviour, also show […]

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Glenmark Launches COVID Drug, Priced at Rs 103 Per Pill

Pharmaceuticals giant Glenmark has launched a COVID drug which has shown promise in treating mild cases. Priced at Rs 103 per pill, it will be availabe as a prescription drug. The oral antiviral drug, favipiravir, which is being used to treat patients with mild to moderate symptoms and infection will now also be available in the Indian […]

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Unlock 1.0 : Things You should Do, You should Avoid

Coronavirus, Covid-19, sealdown, lockdown, quarantine, nose-throat swabs, hospital, curfew, and police enforcement. These terms have dominated our daily conversations since March. We remained confined to our homes during lockdown and when permitted to go out, many avoided it. Some who did were apprehensive. From June 1, and more so from June 8, it will be almost […]

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