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Day: February 12, 2021

Career and Education

Andaman & Nicobar recruitment 2021: Walk-in interview for 111 NO, ANM and MTS from Feb 17 – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Directorate of Health Services, Andaman and Nicobar Administration has released a notification for a walk-in interview for the recruitment of Nursing Officer, ANM, MTS (Ward Attendant/ Ayah/ Safai Karmchari) on short term contract for a period of six months. Candidates should note that the appointment is purely on contract basis for a period of six months or till the posts are filled on regular basis, whichever is earlier with effect from the date of joining. Thereafter, the contract will lapse automatically. The appointment can also be terminated at any time without assigning any reason. Interested and eligible candidates can appear for the walk-in interview with their original documents as per the schedule given below. Andaman & Nicobar recruitment 2021: Important Dates...
Sports

ISL: Aridane Santana’s Late Goal Helps Hyderabad FC Register 1-1 Draw Against SC East Bengal | Football News

Aridane Santana scored a last-gasp equalizer to help Hyderabad FC hold SC East Bengal to a 1-1 draw, and dent their hopes of making it to the playoffs of the Indian Super League (ISL) at the Tilak Maidan  on Friday. Bright Enobakhare scored in the 59th minute for East Bengal, who seemed to be cruising towards the win until the stoppage-time leveller from Santana. The result extended the Nizams' unbeaten run to nine games. Hyderabad made two changes in their playing XI as Liston Colaco and Joel Chianese came in for Mohammed Yasir and Fran Sandaza, while East Bengal reposed faith in the same XI that defeated Jamshedpur FC in the previous encounter.  T...
Sports

Pep Guardiola Demands Manchester City Do Not Ease Up | Football News

Pep Guardiola's men hold a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League table.© AFP Pep Guardiola wants his Manchester City stars to forget about their record-breaking run of 15 straight victories, when Tottenham visit the Etihad on Saturday, aiming to halt their charge towards the Premier League title. City broke the English record for a top-flight club for consecutive wins by beating Swansea in midweek ...
Sports

Manchester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Happy To Switch To One-Off European Ties | Football News

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he would be happy to switch to one-off European fixtures given the complications of two-legged ties during the coronavirus pandemic. After being knocked out of the Champions League in the group stage, Manchester United kick off their Europa League return against Real Sociedad next Thursday. Old Trafford will host the return leg of the round-of-32 clash but the first fixture will be played in the Italian city of Turin rather than San Sebastian due to Spanish restrictions on travellers entering the country from England. Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool will all play the first leg of their Champions League last-16 ties a...
Sports

Mancester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Happy To Switch To One-Off European Ties | Football News

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he would be happy to switch to one-off European fixtures given the complications of two-legged ties during the coronavirus pandemic. After being knocked out of the Champions League in the group stage, Manchester United kick off their Europa League return against Real Sociedad next Thursday. Old Trafford will host the return leg of the round-of-32 clash but the first fixture will be played in the Italian city of Turin rather than San Sebastian due to Spanish restrictions on travellers entering the country from England. Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool will all play the first leg of their Champions League last-16 ties a...
Career and Education

Manipal lass, MIT alumna elected president of Oxford Student Union – Times of India

MANIPAL: Rashmi Samant, alumna of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), MAHE created history by winning the prestigious position of Oxford student union Presidency on February 11. Rashmi is the first Indian woman to occupy the position of president of Oxford Student Union. Incidentally, in the historic win, Rashmi bagged more than the combined votes of the other three contestants for the post, a MIT communique here stated. Rashmi is a graduate student of MSc in energy systems at Linacre College, Oxford University. She contested for the post of Oxford SU president with four main priorities – decolonization and inclusivity, Covid interventions for all, access to quality mental health resources and decarbonizing the university. This election saw 4,881 students cast 36,405 votes, an SU re...
Career and Education

RPSC ACF and Forest Range Conservative Officer admit card released, here’s download link – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released the admit card for the ACF and Forest Range Conservative Officer Grade-I exam on its official website. The candidates who have applied for the ACF and Forest Range Conservative Officer recruitment can visit the official website of the RPSC — rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in — to check and download their admit card. Rajasthan Public Service Commission has scheduled to conduct the ACF and Forest Range Conservative Officer Grade-I exam on February 18 to 20, and 22 to 26, 2021. Candidates can download their RPSC admit card either from the official website or from the direct link provided below. Direct link to download RPSC ACF and Forest Range Conservative Officer admit cardHow to download RPSC ACF and Forest Range Conservative Offi...
Health and Lifestyle

Coronavirus symptoms: Chills, headache, muscle ache are the newest COVID symptoms, according to a UK study | The Times of India

According to a survey and analysis done by a team of researchers from Imperial College London on a million COVID-19 cases reported between June 2020-January 2021, not only is the virus mutating, but it is also presenting newer symptoms, apart from the classic signs.Till now, the three classic signs of COVID-19 have been thought to be a low-grade fever, persisting cough and sore throat and loss of sense of smell/taste.However, as the cases continue to spread, the way people have been experiencing symptom onset has also changed. The survey, which has been done by REACT (Real-time Assessment of Community Transmission) team at the Imperial College London, has found that newer symptoms of the virus, including chills, appetite loss, headache, muscle pain are now being more commonly reported. ...
World

Reinstate Government, Release Aung San Suu Kyi: UN To Myanmar Military

The UN's top rights body called for "the restoration of the elected government."Geneva, Switzerland: The UN's top rights body on Friday voted for a resolution harshly criticising Myanmar's military coup, demanding the restoration of civilian rule and the immediate release of Aung San Suu Kyi.The resolution, adopted by consensus among the Human Rights Council's 47 members, called for "the immediate and unconditional release of all persons arbitrarily detained," and "the restoration of the elected government."(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.) Source link
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“All Hypotheses Remain Open” On Covid Origins: WHO Chief

WHO chief held a press conference following the return of a WHO investigation mission to Wuhan. (File)Geneva: The head of the World Health Organization said Friday that all hypotheses on the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic remained on the table, following an investigation mission in China.The WHO's mission to Wuhan, where the first cases were identified, failed to identify the source of the virus but poured cold water on the theory that it leaked from the city's virology laboratory.At a press conference in Geneva alongside mission head Peter Ben Embarek, WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the team had conducted a "very important scientific exercise in very difficult circumstances"."Some questions have been raised as to whether some hypotheses have been discarded. Havi...