Virus vaccine, Rajasthan power tussle and more: A round-up of the top stories on July 28, 2020

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Volunteers packs food relief packets for people in the states flood-hit areas, at SK Memorial Hall, on July 26, 2020 in Patna, India. (Photo by A P Dube/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
Volunteers packs food relief packets for people in the states flood-hit areas, at SK Memorial Hall, on July 26, 2020 in Patna, India. (Photo by A P Dube/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Kawasaki disease-like symptoms in kids worry doctors

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Doctors in Mumbai and Delhi are now reporting cases of what is known as Kawasaki disease or Multi-system Inflammatory Infection Syndrome in children. It inflames blood vessels and mostly affects children below five years of age. Read More

A politico-legal debate at core of Rajasthan power tussle

While Sachin Pilot has challenged the disqualification notice issued to him and other 'rebel' MLAs, the BSP's claim of having the authority to issue whip to its MLAs have ignited another debate. Read More

Indigo to go for deeper pay cuts for senior staff

The airline major will institute deeper pay cuts for its senior management and pilots to tide over COVID-19 induced economic turbulence. Read More

Virus vaccine put to final test in thousands of volunteers

The world’s biggest COVID-19 vaccine study got underway on Monday with the first of 30,000 planned volunteers helping to test shots created by the US government - one of several candidates in the final stretch of the global vaccine race. Read More

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Rafale aircrafts, en route Ambala, have landed safely in UAE: IAF

The five aircraft comprise of 3 single-seaters and 2 twin-seaters. Indian Air Force pilots will be ferrying down the aircraft to India in two stages. Read More

1983 World Cup team's payslip: Find out how much players were paid

Cricket saw a major boom in the 90's, when the players started bagging contracts and were part of endorsements too. But before that, the financial aspect was mostly dependent on the fees paid by the board. Read More

North Korea's Kim boasts of his nukes amid stalled talks with US

Kim Jong Un said his countrys hard-won nuclear weapons were a solid security guarantee and a reliable, effective deterrent that could prevent a second Korean War. Read More

Trump's national security adviser tests positive for coronavirus

Robert O’Brien recently returned from a trip to Europe where he was photographed, without wearing a mask or social distancing, with several foreign officials, including his UK counterpart, Mark Sedwill; the UK ambassador to France, Edward Llewellyn; and the French national security adviser, Emmanuel Bonne. Read More

NZ follows intelligence allies and suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong

New Zealand is the final member of the ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence-sharing alliance to take such action after the US, Australia, Canada and the UK previously announced similar measures. Read More

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner welcome first child

British actress Turner, 24, who played Sansa Stark on "Game of Thrones," and Jonas, a member of pop band the Jonas Brothers, married quietly in May 2019 and have adopted a low-key public profile. Read More

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