Vietnam supports Indian and Nepali people in Covid-19 fight

Vietnam supports Indian and Nepali people in Covid-19 fight

The handover ceremony of medical equipment and supplies of Vietnam to India and Nepal took place on June 1 at the Vietnamese Embassy in India.
High tech companies - India tension can lead to a possible stand-off

High tech companies - India tension can lead to a possible stand-off

The biggest high-techs are in intension with India over new social media rules that will invade privacy of the users and usher in mass surveillance, which can lead to an incredibly tense stand-off.
India: States evacuated thousands of people as strong cyclone approaches

India: States evacuated thousands of people as strong cyclone approaches

On Tuesday, India quickly evacuated thousands of people om low-lying areas of two Indian states and moved to cyclone shelters as a strong and dangerous tropical cyclone moves towards the northeastern part of the country.
Vietnam gifts over 50,000 medical masks to India

Vietnam gifts over 50,000 medical masks to India

Aimed at reducing India's Covid-19 despair, Vietnam's government as well as several organizations and businesses have come forward to send critical aid
Vietnamese Defense Ministry presents medical supplies to India

Vietnamese Defense Ministry presents medical supplies to India

The Vietnamese Ministry of Defense held a symbolic ceremony to hand over medical equipment and supplies for Covid-19 prevention and control to the people of India on May 24 in Hanoi.
Covid-19 fight: Ventilators, oxygen concentrators from Vietnam arrived in India

Covid-19 fight: Ventilators, oxygen concentrators from Vietnam arrived in India

Medical supplies from Vietnam arrived in India on May 21 morning.
Vietnam Buddhist Sangha offers 1.8 billion VND medical aid for India

Vietnam Buddhist Sangha offers 1.8 billion VND medical aid for India

To help India battle Covid-19, the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha continued to gift supplies to help the country.
HCMC monks, Buddhists raise VND 1 billion for Covid-hit India

HCMC monks, Buddhists raise VND 1 billion for Covid-hit India

A group of Buddhists in the southern city have raised money to help India in its coronavirus battle
Suspected Covid victims bodies found on India’s Ganges river

Suspected Covid victims bodies found on India’s Ganges river

The upsurge amount of bodies floating in the Ganges river was due to the overcrowdedness and high costs in crematorium, according to reports from India.
Indian actress thanks Vietnam's host for his fundraising for India’s fight against Covid-19

Indian actress thanks Vietnam's host for his fundraising for India’s fight against Covid-19

The noble gesture of Dai Nghia, a celebrity in Vietnamese showbiz, in the context of India struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic has received many compliments.
Friendship Association gives people of India 100 ventilators

Friendship Association gives people of India 100 ventilators

The Vietnam - India Friendship Association under the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) is sending ventilators to ease India's Covid-19 crisis.
Covid-19 in India: Early signs of second wave peaking as growth slows

Covid-19 in India: Early signs of second wave peaking as growth slows

Even as India recorded some 401,012 fresh Covid-19 cases for the fourth day running on May 8 and over 4,000 deaths for the second consecutive day, there were early signs in the data that the devastating second wave in the country could be reaching its peak.
India will not apply anti-dumping duties for Vietnam's artificial fiber

India will not apply anti-dumping duties for Vietnam's artificial fiber

The Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam received information on May 6 that the Indian Ministry of Finance's decision to not impose anti-dumping duties on a number of artificial fiber products which originate from China, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
Covid-19 in India and the world latest news: Reports new single-day record of COVID-19 infections

Covid-19 in India and the world latest news: Reports new single-day record of COVID-19 infections

On Thursday, India set new record of Covid-19 infection cases as the country struggle with shortage of medical supplies and hospitals are crowded with patients, and warning of a third wave will sweep the country.
Covid-19 in India: High-tech hunt for scarce COVID-19 vaccines

Covid-19 in India: High-tech hunt for scarce COVID-19 vaccines

Tech experts in Indian have designed websites for people to get Covid-19 shots online, which concerns the fairness among society and jeopardises chances of an equitable vaccine rollout.
Farewell Geetesh Sharma - a great friend of Vietnam

Farewell Geetesh Sharma - a great friend of Vietnam

On the evening of May 2, Geetesh Sharma - who created a strong diplomatic bridge between India and Vietnam, passed away at Vishudhanand Hospital in Kolkata, capital of the state of West Bengal, India after a week of fighting COVID-19.
Covid-19 in India: All arrivals from India banned from Taiwan

Covid-19 in India: All arrivals from India banned from Taiwan

On Monday, Taiwan officially banned all the arrivals from India, in order to prevent new infections, with more nations reporting cases of a variant first identified in the subcontinent.
Covid-19 in India: Indian industry body urges to curtail economic activities to save lives

Covid-19 in India: Indian industry body urges to curtail economic activities to save lives

On Sunday, A Indian industry body urged the authorities to take the responsibility by taking "stronger national steps", and to curtail economic activities in order to save lives, since the country is suffering greatly and the Covid-19 cases are rising everyday, which leads to the overwhelm of the healthcare system.
Covid-19 in India: Warnings of virus mutations that can "evade immune response"

Covid-19 in India: Warnings of virus mutations that can "evade immune response"

A forum of scientific advisers has warned that minor mutations in some samples of the coronavirus could “possibly evade immune response” and require more study.
Covid-19 in India: The real number of cases might go unreported, experts say

Covid-19 in India: The real number of cases might go unreported, experts say

India, home to the world's worst ongoing coronavirus outbreak, has reported more than 17.6 million cases since the pandemic began last year, and experts fear that the real number is much higher than the public figure.
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Vietnamese Provinces Prepares To Welcome Foreign Visitors From November Travel

Vietnamese Provinces Prepares To Welcome Foreign Visitors From November

Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism has issued a plan to stimulate travel demand, restore the tourism industry, and resume travel activities in late 2021 and early 2022.
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Vietnam News Today (September 27): Vietnam Considers Mutual Recognition of Vaccine Passport with Other Countries National

Vietnam News Today (September 27): Vietnam Considers Mutual Recognition of Vaccine Passport with Other Countries

Vietnam News Today (September 27): HCM City expects a special mechanism for new normal; UNICEF speaks highly of Vietnam’s priority to Covid-19 orphans; Vietnam considers mutual recognition of vaccine passport with select countries; Central Vietnam province prepares to welcome foreign tourists starting November.
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Restful Streets of Hanoi in Autumn

As Hanoi enters autumn, the atmosphere turns cool and relaxing. Hanoi's streets become more poetic with the clear blue sky and golden sun rays leaking through the leaves.
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