In India, the health care crisis triggered by the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic is shifting from big cities to small towns and rural areas. But as ill-equipped medical infrastructure in villages leaves people struggling to cope with the deadly virus, health experts say combating its spread in rural areas has emerged as the country’s new challenge.
In north India, people with symptoms do not go to a hospital because getting a bed is nearly impossible, according to resident Manoj Gulia.
The UAE government has given the green light to Emirate Cricket Board(ECB) for holding the remaining matches of the PSL in UAE. The ECB has informed the Pakistan Cricket board about the latest development. PCB was worried by the delayed response from the ECB as they requested to hold the remaining matches of the PSL […]