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Indians students from Philippines stranded in Malaysia, seeks govt help

Amid Coronavirus outbreak, several Indians students have been stranded at Malaysia’s airport. Students left the Philippines due to the Coronavirus pandemic. One of the students said on March 17, they cleared the immigrations but the airline unexpectedly apprised us of the Indian government’s direction. Over 200 students who managed to leave Manila before India’s travel ban, are as of now stranded at Kuala Lumpur airport. The students are seeking help from the government to rescue them. Src: https://bit.ly/2UhGCkk

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Domestic help in Mumbai robs INR 1.5 cr gold ornaments from bullion trader's home

2 household help working at a bullion trader's house in Mumbai stole gold ornaments worth Rs 1.5 crore. The theft took place over a period of four months at the trader's Imperial Tower flat in Tardeo. According to reports, the two accused have been identified as 20-year-old Nasaram Devasi and his 35-year-old uncle Deeparam. The theft came to light after the family went through their gold items kept in the cupboard. Police say the two accused have confessed to their crime during the course of interrogation and the cops have also recovered stolen jewellery worth Rs 55 lakh. Src: https://bit.ly/38W0A9D

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Man in Mumbai arrested with 4.5 kg of cannabis worth lakhs

A 32-year-old man was arrested here for allegedly possessing 4.5 kg of charas or cannabis, which was smuggled into the city from Nepal border. The Anti-Narcotics Cell laid a trap at LBS Road in the eastern suburb of Kurla and nabbed Sanjeet Ram, a resident of Bihar's Muzaffarpur district, close to Nepal border. On interrogation, the accused revealed that he had come to Mumbai to supply the banned narcotic. Src: https://bit.ly/2x2eppN

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Immune system can produce antibodies to fight moderate case of Coronavirus, study

In a recent study at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity, it was found that a healthy patient with mild to moderate Coronavirus disease can cure itself without any medication. A 47-year-old woman in Melbourne with mild-to-moderate coronavirus disease produced antibodies that fought the infection and recovered in about 10 days without any medicines. The study found the presence of four kinds of immune cells when the patient was sick that spurred the production of two kinds of antibodies. Src: https://bit.ly/3bacnCJ

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