New Delhi could end COVID-19 curbs soon as positivity rate dips

India’s capital New Delhi might lift COVID-19 restrictions soon as daily cases have fallen sharply. One in 10 in the capital are now testing positive for the virus, compared to one in three a few days ago. While the third wave appears to have peaked in large cities, experts have warned that the situation could worsen in rural areas. Analysts have also warned that, with half a million cases a day predicted by February, the worst is yet to come.

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Tonga eruption could offer clues on planet formation

A NASA scientist said the massive volcanic blast, which rocked Tonga and sent out shockwaves and tsunami waves across the Pacific Ocean last week, could provide valuable clues about the formation of other planets.

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OCTA: Omicron could change mindset from fear to responsibility

#Agenda | Fr. Nic Austriaco of OCTA Research says the Omicron variant could push a change of mindset from fear to responsibility in terms of dealing with the COVID-19.

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U.S. could deploy troops to support Ukraine

The U.S. is considering sending troops to Eastern Europe as tensions rise between Ukraine and Russia. Ambassador Daniel Fried, a former assistant secretary of state for Europe, joins "Red and Blue" with his analysis.

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Barr Could Provide A Window Into The ‘Chaotic Final Days’ Of Trump Presidency

National correspondent for Politico Betsy Woodruff Swan, former Senator Claire McCaskill, and New York Times Washington correspondent Michael Schmidt discuss what information former Attorney General Bill Barr could provide to the Jan. 6 committee after it was revealed that he had “informal” talks with them.

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Covid: Up to 100,000 unjabbed home care workers ‘could lose jobs’

The body representing home care companies has warned that services are already “paralysed” by overwork.


They are warning that the government’s strategy of mandatory Covid jabs for frontline staff will make things even worse.

The Homecare Association claimed it could mean up to 20% of employees are unable to work because they won’t get the vaccine.

The government insists it’s the right approach to make sure the most vulnerable people in society are protected.


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Affirmative Action Could Soon Be Overturned As Supreme Court Takes Up Harvard And UNC Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear cases challenging Harvard University and the University of North Carolina (UNC)’s affirmative action policies that take race into account for admissions, the court announced Monday, which could potentially overturn the decades-old practice of affirmative action and threaten gains in diversity at colleges and universities nationwide.


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