PM Narendra Modi will address the nation today through his month to month radio program 'Mann Ki Baat'. There will be the 67th scene of 'Mann Ki Baat'. It is being said that PM can discuss Ram sanctuary and Corona. The program will be communicated today at 11 am. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Man Ki Baat Program Can Discuss On Ram Temple And Coronavirus New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been offering his perspectives to the kinsmen through the 'Mann Ki Baat' program since the start of his first term. In this grouping, the following variant of this program will be communicated today. In this tweet, the Prime Minister has mentioned individuals to send their perspectives. The Prime Minister will associate the kinsmen at 11 am by means of radio. PM Modi himself has given this data through his Twitter handle. The PM tweeted and stated, I am certain you will know about little inspirational stories that bring positive change through aggregate endeavors. You will absolutely know about the activities which have changed numerous lives. Kindly offer them for 'Mann Ki Baat' to be hung on the 26th of this current month.
The number of coronavirus deaths in India has doubled in the past month, according to data compiled from State and Union government bulletins. While the toll stood at 16,075 on June 27, the number has gone up to 32,823 as of today. India Coronavirus Update Cases And Death On 27th July 2020 Meanwhile, more than 1.613 crore people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 6.44 lakh have died, according to a Reuters tally. Here is a list of State Helpline numbers. You can track coronavirus cases, deaths, and testing rates at the national and State levels here.
The recovery rate now stands at 69.33 percent while the case death rate has dropped to about 2 percent, the health ministry said. India Coronavirus Cases And Death Latest Update Weather forecast Today Live Updates: The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall at isolated places within the capital on Monday. this is often expected to cause traffic disruptions and waterlogging across the town and its surrounding areas. Starting early Monday, Delhi-NCR can expect an intense spell of 40-50mm. In some places, the rain intensity could re-evaluate 65mm. Parts of North India including Delhi, Chandigarh, Haryana will experience moderate to severe thunderstorms and lightning today. During the subsequent 24 hours, Kerala, Mahe, and Southern Karnataka also will experience heavy to very heavy rainfall. Due to a coffee pressure area formed over parts of Bay of Bengal, Maharashtra will experience heavy rainfalls today while widespread showers are likely over Odisha during the subsequent 5 days. An “orange warning” has been issued for a few districts in Odisha on Monday and Tuesday. After an alert was issued in 6 districts of Kerala, rain-lashed many parts of the state and very heavy rainfall was observed in Kasaragod, Kannur, Wayanad, Kozhikode, Malappuram and Alappuzha districts. Landslides triggered by heavy rains within the Idukki district claimed 43 lives till Sunday after 17 more bodies were retrieved from the debris.  
COVAXIN, the government-backed COVID-19 vaccine, might be launched as early as February — months before expected — as last-stage trials begin this month and studies have thus far shown it's safe and effective, a senior ICMR scientist told Reuters. Bharat Biotech Vaccine Covaxin Could Be Launched In February Says Govt Scientist Bharat Biotech, which is developing COVAXIN with the Indian Council of Medical Research, had earlier hoped to launch it only within the second quarter of next year. “The vaccine has shown good efficacy,” senior ICMR scientist Rajni Kant, who is additionally a member of the Centre’s COVID-19 task-force, said at the research body's headquarters in New Delhi on Thursday. “It is predicted that by the start of next year, February or March, something would be available.” Dr. Kant, who is that the head of ICMR's research management, policy, planning, and coordination cell, said it had been up to the Health Ministry to decide if COVAXIN shots are often given to people even before the third-stage trials are over.