Puri Rath Yatra Schedule Released By Puri BMC | From Snana Purnima To Niladri Bije

Puri Rath Yatra Schedule Released By Puri BMC | From Snana Purnima To Niladri Bije

This time around, the rath yatra will be the same. Jagannath will go to his aunt’s house without devotees. Section 14 will be issued with the Covid cut-off and the Mahaprabhu’s bathing procession and chariot ride will be held. Devaswana Purnima on the 27th. For this, the procession will start at midnight. Gajanan Besh will be at 11 a.m. and Bahuda Pahandi at 5 p.m. There will be no Mahaprasad for devotees during the bathing full moon. Mahaprasad will be prepared only for the family of the servant.

The proclamation on July 12 after the full moon. The chariot will be set up at 9 a.m. and the procession will begin at 9:30 p.m. Gajapati will be at the helm at 2 p.m. Bahudayatra on July 20. It will be from 12 noon to 2:30 p.m. The chariot race is scheduled for 4 p.m.

All arrangements will be made keeping in mind the Covid-19 norms and guidelines issued by the State government are strictly followed. All Sevayats have assured to cooperate with the SJTA to conduct all rituals smoothly,” said Niti Prasasak (Administrator, Rituals) of Sri Jagannath temple Jitendra Sahu.

The eclipse will end on July 21 between 4 and 5:30 p.m. It will be held between 11pm and 12pm. Niladri BJ on July 23. The day begins at 4 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m. The service’s coveted test for the full moon has begun. There will be four such tests. Only negative services can be included.

The Covid test will be conducted in four stages- before Snana Yatra, before Gundicha Yatra, before Bahuda Yatra and lastly, 15 days after the Niladri Bije.

It is pertinent to mention here that the Rath Yatra in Puri will be held without the participation of devotees in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Here is complete schedule & timings;

Snana Purnima (June 24) : Mangalaparna from 1 am & Pahandi till 4 am Hati Besha from 11 am onwards and Bahuda Pahandi between 5 pm and 8 pm.

Gundicha Yatra (July 12): Pahandi rituals from 8:30 am Chera Panhara: 2 pm and pulling of chariots from 3 pm

Bahuda Yatra (July 20): Pahandi rituals between 12 pm & 2:30 pm Pulling of chariots from 4 pm.

Suna Besha (July 21): Rituals to be conducted between 4 pm and 5: 30 pm

Adhar Pana (July 22) rituals to be completed by 8 pm and the pahandi rituals will begin from 4 pm and completed by 10 pm on Niladri Bije ( July 23).

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It will Heavily in this distric | Weather Information | Odisha Distric In Next 3 Days| 2021 |

Ahead of the three-day Raja festivities which begins on Monday, the Southwest Monsoon covered entire Odisha on Sunday. As a result, several parts of the State continue to experience heavy rainfall under its influence, said India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday.

A yellow warning has been sounded by the IMD predicting rain and thunderstorm in several parts of the State in the next 24 hours. As per IMD, squally weather with surface wind speed reaching 40 -50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph is likely over off Odisha coast and North Bay of Bengal adjoining westcentral Bay of Bengal till June 15.

  • The Southwest Monsoon covered entire Odisha on Sunday.
  • A yellow warning has been sounded by the IMD predicting rain and thunderstorm in several parts of the State in the next 24 hours.
  • As per IMD, squally weather with surface wind speed reaching 40 -50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph is likely over off Odisha coast.

“The low pressure area over Northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining Odisha, Gangetic West Bengal persists. Associated cyclonic circulation extends upto mid-tropospheric levels tilting southwest wards with height. It is likely to move west-northwest wards across Odisha, Jharkhand and North Chhattisgarh during next 2-3 days,” said the IMD .

Yellow Warning (Be updated): Heavy to very heavy rainfall very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Deogarh, Angul, Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj and heavy rainfall very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Malkangiri, Koraput, Nabarangpur, Kalahandi, Dhenkanal, Jajpur, Cuttack, Bhadrak, Balasore , Kendrapada, Jagatsinghpur, Khordha and Puri.

Day-1: (Valid upto 0830 Hrs IST of 14.06.21): Light to moderate rain or thundershower likely to occur at most places over the districts north Odisha and many places over the districts of south Odisha.

Day-2: (Valid from 0830 Hrs IST of 14.06.21 to 0830 Hrs IST of 15.06.21.)

Yellow Warning (Be updated): Heavy to very heavy rainfall very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Keonjhar, Sambalpur, Deogarh and heavy rainfall very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Boudh, Angul, Dhenkanal, Cuttack, Bargarh and Jajpur.

Day-3: (Valid from 0830 Hrs IST of 15.06.21 to 0830 Hrs IST of 16.06.21.)

Yellow Warning (Be updated): Heavy rainfall very likely to occur at isolated places over the districts of Mayurbhanj, Sundargarh, Angul, Deogarh, Keonjhar and Sambalpur

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Cyclone Update | The cyclone remained stationary in last six hour between 11.30 pm on May 23 and 5.30 am on May 24 | 2021 | may24 |

The deep depression over east-central Bay of Bengal has intensified into a cyclonic storm and is likely to hit the Odisha-West Bengal coast on May 26 noon.

Cyclone Yaas Live Updates: The West Bengal government has begun evacuating people from low-lying areas of South 24 Parganas and East Midnapore districts after the India Meteorological Department predicted that cyclone “yash”  which may turn out to be “very severe cyclonic storm”, will make landfall somewhere between Paradwip in Odisha and Sagar in South 24 Parganas on May 26 evening at a speed ranging between 155 km/hr and 165 km/hr.

Bhubaneswar: The deep depression over east-central Bay of Bengal has intensified into a cyclonic storm and is likely to hit the Odisha-West Bengal coast on May 26 noon.

“As per our earlier prediction, the deep depression has intensified into a cyclonic storm at 5.30 am today and it remained at about 540 south-southeast from Paradip and 650 km south-southeast from Balasore. The phenomenon was stationary in the last 6 hours,” weather expert Rajendra Jenamani said.

It will move in north-northwest direction and will intensify into a severe cyclonic storm by tomorrow (May 25) morning and a very severe cyclonic storm by May 26 morning, he said.

As per our latest analysis, it is likely to reach the coast between North Odisha and West Bengal in west-north Bay of Bengal in the early morning on May 26 and make landfall at around noon on the same day,” he maintained.

According to the Regional Meteorological Centre in Alipore, the cyclone Yaas is 670 kms away from the coast of Digha in West Bengal and is expected to turn into a severe cyclonic storm by Monday night. The India Meteorological Department on Sunday said that Cyclone Yaas will lash Odisha and West Bengal with “highly damaging wind speed” and can be compared to the damage with the last Cyclone, Amphan.Here are the live updates for Cyclone Yaas:

– Union Home Minister Amit Shah is likely to hold a meeting via video conference on Monday with the chief ministers of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and the Lieutenant Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands to review preparations in view of cyclone Yaas.

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The IMD on Monday tweeted the course of Cyclone Yaas and said, “Depression over Eastcentral Bay of Bengal intensified into a Deep Depression and about 600 km north-northwest of Port Blair. To intensify into a Cyclonic Storm by 24th May morning and further into a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm during the subsequent 24 hours.”

Under its impact, light to moderate rainfall is likely to occur in coastal parts of Odisha like Khurdha and Puri districts on May 24 night while Kendrapara, Jagatsinghpur, Balasore, Bhadrak and Mayurbhanj district are likely to experience heavy downpour on May 25, he pointed out.

The early prediction on wind speed has remained unchanged in the latest analysis. The wind speed will remain 150-165 kmph gusting up to 185 kmph, 

 Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said that she had “extensively reviewed the disaster management preparedness with regards to the impending Yaas cyclone with all senior officers of relevant Central and state agencies along with DMs & SPs.

– The NDRF has formed 46 teams equipped with boats, tree-cutters, telecom equipment etc in four coastal states /UT — West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, and — for relief and rescue operation. In addition, 13 teams are being airlifted for deployment on Sunday.

– The Railways cancelled two trains plying between Ranchi and Howrah and various trains running through Jharkhand, too, remain suspended between May 25 and May 26 as a preventive measure against Cyclone Yaas.

– Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday chaired a high-level meeting to review the preparedness of the state and central agencies to deal with the situation and called for a timely evacuation of those involved in offshore activities. The armed forces too are alert with the Navy putting on standby four warships and a number of aircraft. The Indian Air Force (IAF) has kept 11 transport aircraft and 25 helicopters ready to carry out humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations as part of preparations to deal with the situation arising out of Cyclone Yaas, officials said.

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Cyclone Yaas LIVE Updates: All Coastal Districts of Odisha on High Alert, Storm Likely to Hit State on May 26| Low Pressure Over Bay Of Bengal To Trigger Rain In Odisha From May 24: IMD| 2021 cyclone|

A cyclonic system over south-east and adjoining Bay of Bengal is likely to trigger a low pressure area over east-central and north Andman sea today, the regional weather department informed.

The Odisha government has issued high alert in all coastal and adjoining districts in the state in view of the cyclonic storm in the Bay of Bengal. Odisha’s Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mohapatra, after a meeting with senior officials on Friday, said that the state administration is geared up to meet the eventuality if cyclone ‘Yaas’ has any impact on the state.

Mohapatra held a meeting with all line departments, NDRF, Coast Guard, INS Chilika, DG Police, and DG fire services on Friday, news agency ANI reported. Here are live updates on states preparedness for the emerging crisis:

Bhubaneswar: A cyclonic system over south-east and adjoining Bay of Bengal is likely to trigger a low pressure area over east-central and north Andman sea today, the regional weather department informed.

“The low pressure area formed over the central Bay of Bengal is likely to move north-west ward and would intensify into a cyclonic storm by May 24. It is likely to hit the coast between Odisha and West Bengal by the morning of May 26,” 

Under its impact, light to moderate rainfall is likely to occur in most parts of coastal and central Odisha. Heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely to occur in most of the places in the State after May 25, he pointed out. 

The rainfall intensity is likely to go up further in next few days with intensification of the system, Biswas maintained.

The fishermen have been advised to remain away from venturing into the deep Central Bay of Bengal between May 23 and 25. Similarly, they have been warned against fishing activities in North Bay of Bengal and near Odisha coast between May 25 and 27 as the sea condition would remain very rough during the period.

Special relief Commissioner Pradeep K Jena said two airplanes and ships of the Indian Coast Guard are patrolling in the sea to help fishing boats and guide ships to come to the shore before the cyclone hits the state.

➤ Suresh Mohapatra said the Odisha administration is fully prepared to cope with the cyclone. “As things will be more clear about the path of the cyclone in next two-three days, then we will decide that where we have to be more focused,” he said.

All the coastal districts from Ganjam to Balasore have been put on alert. The authorities of these districts have also been directed to stay prepared to launch evacuation drive and post-cyclone relief and rescue operation.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik is also scheduled to review the prepardness over the IMD predicition of possible cyclone.

all concerned departments such as the electricity companies, health departments, rural and urban water supply departments Odisha Disaster Response Force, and NDRF teams have been put on alert to be in readiness with the manpower, material.

➤ Apart from putting the state’s districts on high alert in the wake of the IMD’s forecast of a possible cyclone crossing Odisha-West Bengal coast by May 26 morning, the state government urged the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard to be prepared for the emerging situation. Odisha’s Chief Secretary S C Mohapatra, after a meeting with senior officials, said that the state administration is geared up to meet the eventuality if cyclone ‘Yaas’ has any impact on the state.

Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) P K Jena, who held a series of meetings on the matter, spoke to collectors of 14 districts, different line departments, power distribution companies, telecom providers, authorities of NDRF, ODRAF, Odisha police, state Fire Service and apprised them about their role during the crisis.

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Odisha Update | 2021 | may20 | Cyclone Yaas: Odisha Govt Lists Out Priority Action Plan To Tackle The Storm| Cyclone Update |

  • The intensity of Cyclone Yaas is not clear as different weather forecasting models are suggesting different pictures.
  • Cyclone Yaas may hit Odisha-Bengal coast around May 26, say weather agencies

Odisha government on Thursday said that a slew of measures is already up for immediate implementation by various departments on a priority basis in view of the development of a cyclonic storm in Bay of Bengal.

The Cyclone Yaas weather system is likely to hit the eastern or the Coromandel coast of the country on the evening of May 26, the India Meteorological Department said in its tropical cyclone outlook.”

The Cyclone Yaas weather system is likely to hit the eastern or the Coromandel coast of the country on the evening of May 26, the India Meteorological Department said in its tropical cyclone outlook.”

Even as the countdown to season’s first low pressure in Bay of Bengal has begun, satellite images show low and medium clouds with weak to moderate convection intensity in the north Bay..

But clouds having intense to very intense convection have been spotted in the south BoB.

As per model data, these high convective clouds when reaches the east central BoB, the favourable conditions there will then shape up as cyclonic circulation on May 22, which will further steam up to become a low pressure area on May 23.

As per the direction of the Chief Minister, preparations are in full swing for the cyclone at the State and the district level. A draft plan has been made to mobilise emergency rescue and disaster management troops like Fire, ODRAF and NDRF at strategic points but the final execution will be done as soon as we get clear information on the cyclone.

Cyclone Yaas

Directions have been issued to keep flood and cyclone shelters in readiness. Panchayati Raj and Water Resources department has been asked to make necessary preparations to ensure an unhindered drinking water supply and plan to pre-position water tankers wherever necessary to help people during the aftermath of the cyclone.

The Energy Department has been notified to keep manpower resources on alert and equipment on standby. PW department has been entrusted to work out a detailed plan for clearing of roads, tree cutting and other associated restoration works. 

The SRC has asked the Animal and Fisheries department to create awareness in coastal belts to prevent entry of fishermen into the sea during the period mentioned by the India Meteorological Department. Similarly, efforts will also be taken to ensure safe return of fishermen still in deep sea. 

The sea surface temperature is hot enough to provide the latent heat to developing storm.Data with IMD puts the current SST at 30-31 deg C.

  • It says there is a positive upper level divergence. This is very significant as such a condition will give a boost to cyclone genesis by helping the air mass to rise up.
  • The vertical wind shear is moderate.
  • A positive vorticity withvertical extension up to 200HPA observed.

In the backdrop of such congenial factors, the met agencies worldwide, including IMD, forecast brewing up of a cyclonic storm in Bay.

Why IMD Says Cyclone Yaas Will Come Knocking Odisha – West Bengal Way?

The country’s ace cyclone prediction agency said so going by the location of the low pressure area that is to take shape on the evening of May 22.

Since cyclones always chart a northwest track, Odisha and West Bengal come on its way, the data suggests.

Moreover, the model data of IMD, IITM CGEPS (MME), US-GSF,; ECMWF suggest that the system will initially move in north direction, only tolater chart the north west route – the route where Odisha landmass figures prominently.

As per Regional Specialised Metrological Centre. (RSMC), New Delhi, the apex cyclone warning centre in South Asia, there is a convergence among top numerical Models like IMD-GFS, US-GFS, ECMWF etc that this developing cyclonic system will chart it’s track in the north west direction.

Cyclone Yaas Intensity

The weather models of ECMWF, US-GFS etc, which IMD follows have put the central low pressure of the system at around 960 mb – which means the intensity of the cyclone will be a notch higher than Bulbul ( central pressure 976mb)

Cyclone Yaas Landfall Forecast

Weather men say the landfall place of cyclone Yaas depends on its direction of movement.

Though IMD till date has only hinted that the system will move towards Odisha and West Bengal coast, the models (ECMWF, GFS), which found mentioned in the latest RSMC bulletin, have predicted that going by the north west movement of the system, it is very likely that Cyclone Yaas will make landfall between Kendrapada and Balasore on the night of May 26

India | report New Covid Cases Drop Below 3L First Time After April 21 | 2021 may17|

News Highlights

  • Daily figures dropped below the 3-lakh mark for the first time in nearly a month.
  • India’s total tally of Covid-19 cases now stands at 2,49,65,463.
  • A total of 18,29,26,460 people have been vaccinated so far

New Delhi: Covid numbers brought a heave of relief as the daily figures dropped below the 3-lakh mark for the first time in nearly a month.

Covid numbers brought a heave of relief as the daily figures dropped below the 3-lakh mark for the first time in nearly a month.

Ever wondered how COVID-19 tests are done? Here's the answer- The New  Indian Express

In the last 24 hours, 2,81,386 new corona cases were reported — lowest in 25 days, and 4,106 fatalities, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said.

On May 12, India recorded 4,205 fresh Covid deaths, the highest ever, while on May 7, the country had recorded its highest ever cases of 4,14,188.

India’s total tally of Covid-19 cases now stands at 2,49,65,463 with 35,16,997 active cases and 2,74,390 deaths so far.

Odisha Report |

Number of cases of increase daily infections in the country: 242,034 cases detected in 24 hours, 4,104 deaths.

The number of daily infections in the country has decreased. In 24 hours, 2,41,034 new cases were detected. In one day, 3,691 people were cured, while 4,106 people lost their lives in the epidemic. The total number of infected people in the country has reached 2.65 million. Similarly, the total death toll in the country is 2,3,380. Including the daily healthy rate, 2,11,19,07 people have recovered in the country. There are still 35.14 million people infected and treated in the corona.

The number of cases of Kamila daily infections in the country. In 24 hours, 2,82,034 cases were reported and 4,109 deaths

In the last 24 hours, the number of coronavirus-related infections in the country was 2.91 lakh, while the death toll was 8,108.

As of 9 a.m. Monday, 2,41,38 new coronavirus-infected infections and 4,106 deaths had been recorded across the country as of 9 a.m. Monday, according to the Union Ministry of Health. Including this data, the total number of cases of Covidium infections in India has reached 2,7,45,93 and the number of deaths has reached 2,7,380.

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Coronavirus Update | 2021 | may 15 | Odisha’s Covid Tally Crosses 6 Lakh Grim Milestone With 11k Plus Fresh Cases, 21 Deaths

Bhubaneswar: Odisha on Saturday witnessed a concerning figure in the single-day covid cases with 11, 805 more people testing positive for the contagious disease in last 24 hours taking the cumulative virus infection count to 6,00,492.

Odisha on Saturday witnessed a concerning figure in the single-day covid cases with 11, 805 more people testing positive for the contagious disease in last 24 hours taking the cumulative virus infection count to 6,00,492.

coronavirus Update

Similarly, State’s overall fatalities went up to 2294 with 21 more patients succumbing to the deadly virus in last 24 hours.

 Khordha district reported maximum four deaths followed by Angul which saw three fatalities in last 24 hours. Similarly, two deaths have been reported each from Kalahandi, Kendrapara, Puri, Rayagada and Sundergarh districts. 

 One patient succumbed to the virus each in Boudh, Gajapati, Koraput and Nupapada districts.

Of the new positive cases, 6,611 have been detected from quarantine centers while 5,194 are local infections.

As many as 9,329 patients recovered during the period taking the total recoveries to 491674 in the State. With new recoveries, the State’s active cases stood at 106471.

Khordha district has reported maximum 1,414 new cases out of which a bulk of infections have been reported from Capital city Bhubaneswar.

 Sundergarh and Cuttack continue to be the second and third worst-hit districts with 1,209 and 1,197 fresh cases detected in last 24 hours. 

On first day of rapid antigen test, 456 found COVID-19 positive in Delhi-  The New Indian Express

Bargarh district witnessed 421 new cases while 392 fresh infections have been detected from Jajpur, 338 from Puri, 374 from Mayurbhanj, 377 from Kalahandi, 327 from Jharsuguda, 331 from Ganjam, 358 from Bolangir and 307 from Nuapada district.
Nayagarh and Dhenkanal districts registered 280 fresh positive cases each.

Angul district with 668 cases remained next to Cuttack while Sambalpur turned the next severely affected region with 553 fresh infections.

As many as 274 more people tested positive in Jagatsinghpur district while 246 new cases have been detected from Boudh and 239 from Nabarangpur. 

Malkangiri and Kandhamal continue to remain in the bottom of the row registering below 100 cases. Both the districts reported 94 and 83 new infections respectively during the period.

As many as 284 cases were traced from State pool.

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Phase 3 Trial Clear & Transparent, Claim Russian Scientists : Sputnik V Arrives In India | may 14 | 2021 | Friday |

  • “Nearly 18 crore doses of COVID19 vaccine have been administered in India till date.”
  • “Around 216 crore doses of vaccines will be manufactured in India between August-December”

New Delhi/Bhubaneswar: NITI Aayog Member (Health), Dr VK Paul on Thursday announced that Russian COVID-19 vaccine- Sputnik V has arrived in India.

Sputnik V production will begin in July and it is estimated that 15.6 crore doses will be manufactured,” said Dr VK Paul, NITI Aayog Member (Health).

While briefing media Paul said, “I’m happy to say that we’re hopeful it’ll be available in the market next week and the sale of the limited supply that has come from Russia, will begin next week.”

“Supply will also follow. Its production will begin in July and it is estimated that 15.6 crore doses will be manufactured in that period,” he added.

Giving a stock of the COVID vaccination drive conducted across different states in the country, Paul said that nearly 18 crore doses of COVID19 vaccine have been administered in India till date. The number of vaccines administered in the US stands at around 26 crores and comparing the figures, India stands in third place.

“We are happy to report that 1/3rd of 45 and above are protected. 45 and above age group contributes to 88% of deaths,” Paul said.

Sputnik V vaccines from Russia arrive in Hyderabad vaccination drive latest  news | India News – India TV

Further clarifying about vaccine manufacturing in the country Paul said, “Around 216 crore doses of vaccines will be manufactured in India between August-December and with this flow, vaccines will be available for all as we move forward.”

The Department of Biotechnology along with other concerned departments, MEA have been in touch with Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson from the starting phase. They were officially asked if they’d like to send doses to or manufacture in India.

However, the abroad vaccine manufacturing companies had said that they are working in their own way and they would talk of vaccine availability in Q3, in 2021, informed Paul.

We are connected to them. I’m hopeful that they’ll step forward to increase availability in India. Any vaccine that is approved by FDA, WHO can come to India. Import license will be granted within 1-2 days. No import license is pending,” clarified Paul.

Meanwhile, Russian scientists said that the phase 3 trial of Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine is clear, transparent and fully complies with the regulatory standards that exist for the provision of clinical trial data.

Sputnik V vaccine: India receives first consignment from Russia | The News  Minute

The clarification comes after concerns were raised by various scientists over data discrepancies and substandard reporting of interim data of the Coronavirus jab.

A team of scientists from universities in the US, the Netherlands, Italy, France and Russia had earlier flagged concerns over Sputnik V Phase 3 trial, specifically on discrepancies in data sharing, trial protocols, inconsistencies in data reported and numerical results.

“We lack some crucial information, such as the clinical parameters determining suspected Covid-19, what diagnostic protocols were used, when the PCR testing was done, what specific method was used, or how many amplification cycles were used,” said the scientists in the ‘online first’ section of medical journal The Lancet.

They had also pointed out problematic data and lack of transparency in the published Phase 1/2 results.

Clear and transparent regulatory standards exist for provision of clinical trial data, including data reported in clinical study reports that are considered sufficient for regulatory review and approvals. The reporting of the interim analysis in the Phase 3 Sputnik V clinical trial fully complies with those standards,” said scientists from the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation in Moscow.

Their reply was also published in the Lancet’s ‘online first’ section.

“It is on this basis that Sputnik V has received registration in 51 countries, which confirms our full transparency and compliance with the regulatory requirements,” they added.

The scientists noted that “the safety and immunogenicity of the Sputnik V vaccine has been confirmed in multiple studies”, including in Argentina, where vaccination with Sputnik V began.

“Authorised in 64 countries with a population of 3.2 billion people, #SputnikV consistently demonstrates safety and efficacy in real world data from Argentina, Mexico, Hungary and other countries,” SputnikV tweeted with a link to the Russian scientists’ reply.

Sputnik V: 1st batch of Russian Sputnik V vaccine arrives in India - The  Economic Times Video | ET Now

In April, Sputnik V, developed by Russia’s Gamaleya National Center, became the third vaccine to be cleared for use in India, after the Serum Institute of India’s Covishield and Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin were cleared in January.

With an efficacy of 91.6 per cent, Sputnik V was the first vaccine against Covid-19 in the world.

It will be available in markets across the country from early next week, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) announced on Thursday.

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Neha Kakkar ( Nehu) Age, Boyfriend, Height, Husband, Family, Car, Incom,| Update |2021 |

Height – 5’0″ | Age – 32 Years |

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Female Singer Neha Kakkar Age, Height, Latest Biography 2019, Wiki, Net Worth, Boyfriend . Neha Kakkar is a well known bollywood female singer who has sung many popular Bollywood Songs . She is popularly known as ” Selfie Queen ” among her fans. She came into limelight when she participated as a contestant in Indian Idol in 2006 and later on in the year 2019 Neha was a judge on the tenth season of Indian Idol 10 together with Vishal Dadlani.

Bio :

Profession(s) – Actress, Singer

Physical Status & more :

Height (approx) – in centimeters – 152 cm

-in meters – 1.52in

-in Feet Inches – 5’0″

Eye Colour – Brown

Hair Colour – Black

Personal Life :

Date of Birth – 6 June 1988

Age ( As an 2021) – 33 years

Birthplace – Rishikesh , Uttarakhand, India

Adress – Mumbai

Zodiac sign – Gemini

Nationality – India

Hometown – Delhi, India

School – New Holy Public School, Delhi

Collage – Did Not Attend

Cast – Khatri

Riligion – Hindu

Flim : Is Life Main (2010)

TV : Indian Idol 2 (2005-2006)

Singing : “Baloo – Blue Them ” in the Flim Blue (2009)

FAMILY :

Father – Rishikesh Kakker

Mother – Niti Kakker

Brother – Tony Kakker

Sister – Sonu Kakker

Neha Kakkar boyfriends affairs, and marital status now :

Marital Status – Married

Marriage Date – 14 oct 2020

Husband – Rohonpreet Singh ( panjabi /singer )

Money Factor :

Salary – 1.5 lacs/song (INR)

Net Worth , House, & Cars :

Net WorthRs. 15 Crore (approx)
Monthly Salary / IncomeRs. 10-15 lac per Song / Per Episode
House Luxury House in Mumbai
CarsMercedes Benz GLS 350 , Audi and BMW

Figure Measurements , Size , Height & Weight :-

Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBrown
HeightFeet – 4 feet 9 inchesMeters – 1.48 mCentimeters – 148 cm
WeightIn Kilograms – 46 Kg
Figure MeasurementsSize – 32BHips Size – 26 InchesWaist Size – 32 InchesFigure Measurements – 32-26-32Shoe Size – 5 US

Career / Awards & Achievements :-

In the Year 2008 Neha Kakkar launched her first Singing album ” Neha- the Rock Star ” which has become a instant hit and gained her immense popularity in the indian music industry. In 2014 she was the female singer in the very popular songunny Sunny” with Honey Singh. She has also made Special Appearances in the Comedy Nights with Kapil Sharma. She started singing at the age of 4 in bhajans and aartis at various religious events.

Awards & Achievements : PTC Punjabi Music Award for Best/ Duo Group  for the song and Film Pyaar Te Jaguar in the year 2016PTC Punjabi Music Best Duet Vocalist Award for the song and Film Paat Lainga in the year 2017Zee Rishtey Award For Favourite Judge for the realty show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (Reality Show) in the year 2017Nominated for Female Vocalist of The Year for the Film and Song  ” Badri ki Dulhania”

Neha Kakkar is generally termed as the ‘storehouse of talent’ and the ‘chota packet and bada dhamaka’ of the bollywood industry.  She has gained immense popularity among her fans for her peppy tracks and also gained name amongst her punjabi fans too and she is also called as a ” Chulbuli Singer

Favourites :-

Favorite Food – Moong dal halwa, french fries, rasgulla, ragi chips etc

Favorite Actor – Saharu khan

Favorite Actress – Jaqueline fernendez

Favourite Destination – Switzerland

Favourite Film – The Shaukeens

Favorite Hobbies – Singing

Favourite Musician – A R Rehman & Yo Yo Honey Singh 

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