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WASHINGTON: An Indian-American couple has developed a low-cost portable emergency ventilator which is soon to hit the production stage and will be available in India and the developing world at an affordable rate to help doctors deal with the Covid-19 patients. Prompted by the lack of adequate ventilators during the coronavirus pandemic, Devesh Ranjan, a professor and associate chair in the prestigious Georgia Tech's George W Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering and his wife Kumuda Ranjan, a practising family physician in Atlanta, developed the emergency ventilator from concept to prototype in just about three weeks-time. "If you can do a manufacturing of scale, it can be produced (item cost) in less than $100. Even with a price point of $500, they (the manufacturer) would have enough money to make sure that they are making enough profit in the market," Professor Ranjan told PTI. He said a ventilator of this type, on an average in the US, costs $10,000. Ranjan, however, … [Read more...] about Covid-19: Indian-American couple develops low-cost ventilator
“I want to thank HBO Max and Warner Brothers for this brave gesture of supporting artists and allowing their true visions to be realised. Also a special thank you to all of those involved in the SnyderCut movement for making this a reality,” the filmmaker said. … [Read more...] about Snyder cut version of ‘Justice League’ to finally come out on HBO Max in 2021
The sports covered by the exemption include Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the Women's National Basketball Association, the Professional Golfers' Association Tour, the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour, the National Hockey League, the Association of Tennis Professionals, and the Women's Tennis Association. … [Read more...] about US to exempt foreign athletes from coronavirus-related entry bans
NEW DELHI: The open anti-China stance of President Donald Trump has led to a barrage of Bills in the US houses of legislature. In the coming weeks, more measures are expected to make it tougher for China to either trade in or with the United States. China is the post-pandemic issue Trump is using to boost his chances in an election year. The trade and tariff war with China he triggered last year was Trump's stepping stone in an election year once Covid-19 struck and the dragon country became the source of the outbreak. His run-ins with China since then have taken on a messianic hue. The latest in the attempts is the "Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act'' Bill. The US Senate unanimously passed the bill aimed at delisting foreign companies not abiding by American accounting laws from the stock exchanges. Needless to say, the focus is on Chinese companies. The promoters managed to rope in both sides of the political specturm to pilot the bill. Republican Senator John Kennedy … [Read more...] about Relentless Bills in US legislatures aimed at unnerving China in an election year