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Bulli Bai case: Here's Niraj Bishnoi's take on Hinduism, terrorism & Sunny Leone

Published: Jan 7, 2022

Bulli Bai app case prime accused Niraj Bishnoi's answer to a question on Quora “What is your view on 'terrorism has no religion',” was, “Rubbish!” He claimed to have read the Bhagawad Gita as well.

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Published: Jan 7, 2022

Covid cases in India likely to peak at 4-8 lakh in Jan-end, says IIT Prof

Omicron-driven Covid cases in New Delhi and Mumbai will peak in around 10 days towards the middle of January, said Professor Manindra Agarwal of IIT Kanpur. He said that he doesn’t expect the third wave of Covid to linger on beyond March as was the case in northeastern parts of the country during the second wave.

He said that the peak figure would be 30,000-50,000 cases in both cities.

India will see a peak in Covid cases by end of this month. “At the peak, India is likely to see 4 to 8 lakh cases. “Strict lockdown measures will delay the wave and ensure that pandemic lingers. But it will not burden the healthcare system,” Agarwal said.

Earlier, Dr Christopher Murray, Director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), too, had told India Today that the number of Omicron infections in India could peak late in January or early in February.

“If lockdown is not imposed then a decline in cases can be expected by March. By the end of March, we can expect 10,000 to 20,000 cases every day,” he said.

 

Speaking about the low percentage of hospitalisations, despite a rise in the Omicron numbers, Agarwal said that we can continue to expect the bed occupancy low.

He said the peak will be in January end and cases will decline in March across India because of the swiftness with which the Omicron variant spreads.