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S African cheetah died of heart attack, says autopsy report

A six-year-old cheetah named Uday, brought from Africa as part of a project to reintroduce the species to India, died on Sunday due to a heart attack, possibly triggered by a toxin. Blood tests will reveal other health parameters of the cheetah. Experts suggested Uday may have died due to botulism, a rare illness caused by toxins entering the body. The cheetah was one of 20 brought to India from South Africa.

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Updated on Apr 25, 2023 12:11 AM IST
By, Bhopal

Covid protocols revived in Lucknow, other UP districts amid spurt in cases

Adherence to social distancing, wearing of masks mandatory in offices, educational institutions, hospitals, malls, railway stations, airports and other places

Anyone can inform about any Covid positive patient on telephone number 0522-4523000 of the Integrated Covid Command and Control Centre. (File Photo)
Updated on Apr 12, 2023 08:06 PM IST

Sarus, man-friend reunion video sets social media on fire

Kanpur zoo official says quarantine period almost over and Sarus will be moved to the bird enclosure

A screen grab from the video doing the rounds on social media (HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 12, 2023 12:03 AM IST
By, Kanpur

China ends quarantine for overseas travellers amid Covid surge

Beijing last month began a dramatic dismantling of a hardline virus strategy that had enforced mandatory quarantines and gruelling lockdowns.

Chinese people rushed to plan trips abroad after officials last month announced that quarantine would be dropped, sending inquiries on popular travel websites soaring.(AFP)
Published on Jan 08, 2023 04:10 AM IST

Airlines give lukewarm reaction to China’s border reopening amid Covid-19 surge

Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, China had a massive outbound travel market but China’s relaxation of quarantine restrictions from Jan 8, after three years of coronavirus lockdown, are yet to convince airlines to make significant changes to their timetables as infection cases surge.

The US will require negative Covid tests from all air travellers from China, saying Beijing is not sharing enough information about the surge in coronavirus cases there. Airlines give lukewarm reaction to China’s border reopening amid Covid-19 surge (Photo by Apu GOMES / AFP)
Updated on Dec 29, 2022 09:31 AM IST
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