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Dada Saheb Phalke Award : ‘दादासाबेब फाळके पुरस्कार’ (Dada Saheb Phalke Award) हा भारतीय सिनेक्षेत्रातील प्रतिष्ठित पुरस्कार मानला जातो. ‘भारतीय चित्रपटसृष्टीचे जनक’ म्हणून ओळखले जाणारे ‘दादासाहेब फाळके’ (Dada Saheb Phalke) यांच्या स्मरणार्थ हा पुरस्कार दिला जातो. 

देविका रानी यांना मिळाला पहिला ‘दादासाबेब फाळके पुरस्कार’

भारतीय सिनेसृष्टीत योगदान देणाऱ्या व्यक्तीला दरवर्षी भारत सरकारच्या ‘दादासाहेब फाळके पुरस्कारा’ने सन्मानित करण्यात येते. 1969 सालापासून ‘दादासाहेब फाळके पुरस्कार’ दिला जात आहे. अभिनेत्री देविका रानी यांना 1969 साली पहिल्या ‘दादासाहेब फाळके पुरस्कारा’ने सन्मानित करण्यात आले आहे. 

‘दादासाबेब फाळके पुरस्कार’ सोहळ्यात मराठी सिनेसृष्टीचा डंका

मराठमोळ्या अभिनेत्री दुर्गा खोटे (1983), अभिनेता, लेखक, दिग्दर्शक वी. शांताराम (1985), गानकोकिळा लता मंगेशकर (1989), दिग्दर्शक, सिनेनिर्माते, पटकथा लेखक भालचंद्र पेंढारकर (1991), गायिका आशा भोसले (2000) अशा मराठी मनोरंजनसृष्टीतील दिग्गजांना ‘दादासाबेब फाळके पुरस्काराने’ सन्मानित करण्यात आले आहे. आतापर्यंत पाच मराठमोळ्या कलाकारांना मानाच्या ‘दादासाबेब फाळके पुरस्कारा’ने सन्मानित करण्यात आले आहे. 

  • देविका रानी – (अभिनेत्री) – 1969
  • वीरेन्द्रनाथ सरकार – (सिनेनिर्माता) – 1970
  • पृथ्वीराज कपूर – (अभिनेता) – 1971
  • पंकज मलिक – (संगीत दिग्दर्शक) – 1972
  • रुबी मय्यर्स – (अभिनेत्री) – 1973
  • बी.एन. रेड्डी – (दिग्दर्शक) – 1974
  • धीरेननाथ गांगुली – (अभिनेता, दिग्दर्शक) – 1975
  • कानन देवी – (अभिनेत्री) – 1976
  • नितिन बोस – (दिग्दर्शक) – 1977
  • रायचंद बोरल – (संगीत दिग्दर्शक) – 1978
  • सोहराब मोदी – (अभिनेता, दिग्दर्शक) – 1979
  • पैदी जयराज – (अभिनेता, दिग्दर्शक) – 1980
  • नौशाद अली – (संगीत दिग्दर्शक) – 1981
  • एल. वी. प्रसाद – (अभिनेता, दिग्दर्शक, सिनेनिर्माता) – 1982
  • दुर्गा खोटे – (अभिनेत्री) – 1983
  • सत्यजीत रे – (दिग्दर्शक) – 1984
  • वी. शांताराम – (दिग्दर्शक, सिने-निर्माता, अभिनेता) – 1985
  • बी. नागी रेड्डी – (सिने-निर्माता) – 1986
  • राजकपूर – (अभिनेता, दिग्दर्शक) – 1987
  • अशोक कुमार – (अभिनेता) – 1988
  • लता मंगेशकर – (गायिका) – 1989
  • अक्किनेनी नागेश्वर राव – (अभिनेता) – 1990
  • भालचंद्र पेंढारकर – (दिग्दर्शक) – 1991
  • डॉ. भुपेन हजारिका – (दिग्दर्शक) – 1992
  • मजरुह सुल्तानपुरी – (गीतकार) – 1993
  • दिपील कुमार – (अभिनेता) – 1994
  • राजकुमार – (अभिनेता) – 1995
  • शिवाजी गणेशन – (अभिनेता) – 1996
  • कवि प्रदीप – (गीतकार) – 1997
  • बी.आर. चोपडा – (दिग्दर्शक, सिने-निर्माता) – 1998
  • ऋषिकेश मुखर्जी – (दिग्दर्शक) – 1999
  • आशा भोसले – (गायिका) – 2000
  • यश चोपडा – (दिग्दर्शक, सिने-निर्माता) – 2001
  • देव आनंद – (दिग्दर्शक, सिने-निर्माता, अभिनेता) – 2002
    मृणाल सेन – (दिग्दर्शक) – 2003
  • अदूर गोपालकृष्णन – (दिग्दर्शक) – 2004
  • ब्रिज भूषण चतुर्वेदी – (दिग्दर्शक) – 2005
  • श्याम बेनेगल – (दिग्दर्शक) – 2006
  • मन्ना डे – (गायक) – 2007
  • वी. के. मूर्ती – 2008
  • डी. रामा नायडू – (सिने-निर्माता) – 2009
  • के. बालचंद्र – (दिग्दर्शक) – 2010
  • सौमित्र चटर्जी – (अभिनेता) – 2011
  • प्राण किशन शिकंद – (अभिनेता) – 2012
  • गुलजार – (कवी, सिने-निर्माता) – 2013
  • शशि कपूर – (अभिनेता) – 2014
  • मनोज कुमार – (अभिनेता) – 2015
  • कासीनाधुनी विश्वनाथ – (अभिनेता) – 2016
  • विनोद खन्ना – (अभिनेता) – 2017
  • अमिताभ बच्चन – (अभिनेता) – 2018
  • रजनीकांत – (अभिनेता) – 2019

यंदाचा ‘दादासाबेब फाळके पुरस्कार’ आशा पारेख यांना जाहीर

यंदाचा ‘दादासाबेब फाळके पुरस्कार’ आशा पारेख यांना जाहीर झाला आहे. अनुराग ठाकूर यांनी यासंदर्भात माहिती दिली आहे. आशा पारेख यांनी आतापर्यंत 95 गाजलेल्या सिनेमांत काम केलं आहे. 

संबंधित बातम्या

Dadasaheb Phalke: चित्रपटनिर्मितीसाठी कर्ज घेतलं, पत्नीचे दागिनेही विकले; असे झाले दादासाहेब फाळके ‘भारतीय चित्रपसृष्टीचे जनक’

Asha Parekh : बॉलिवूडचे 95 पेक्षा अधिक सिनेमे, जाणून घ्या सुपरस्टार अभिनेत्री आशा पारेख यांची कारकीर्द



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Government Likely To Extend Free Food Program By Three Months: Report

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Government Likely To Extend Free Food Program By Three Months: Report

The proposal comes ahead of India’s festive season beginning October

India will likely extend by three months its free food grains program that covers the majority of the nation’s population and costs more than $18 billion annually, according to people familiar with the matter.  

The government may continue to provide free rice or wheat to about 800 million people until December as the food ministry has sought an extension, the people said, asking not to be identified as the information is private. The dole was set to expire at end-September.

The push from the food ministry to extend the dole comes despite reservations from the nation’s finance ministry, Bloomberg reported previously. The finance ministry, which wasn’t in favor of extending the program, has suggested reducing the amount of grains offered due to fiscal pressures and tight supplies globally, the people said. A final call is expected soon, they added.

The program, which started since April 2020 to help feed the poor during a harsh Covid-19 lockdown, allows 5 kilograms of food grains per person every month. Since then, the cumulative cost of the dole has risen to about $44 billion, putting a strain on government’s finances.

Spokespeople for the food and finance ministries declined to comment.

The proposal comes ahead of India’s festive season beginning October that is key to driving economic activity and coincides with elections later this year in major provinces such as Gujarat — the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi — as well as Himachal Pradesh.

While the food program is very popular, it increases the need for an abundant supply of cheap grains. This year, India has had to restrict exports of wheat and rice after erratic weather hurt harvest, adding to pressure on food prices, and rattling global agricultural markets.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)



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83% Indian students believe foreign degrees land them better jobs: Study

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NEW DELHI: Nearly 83 per cent of Indian students believe an overseas degree will enhance their prospects of securing better jobs and provide an edge over competition, according to a study.
The Leap-Ipsos Strategy Study Abroad Outlook Report unveiled on Tuesday said 57 per cent of Indian middle class households — income between Rs 3 and Rs 10 lakh — are inclined towards spending on overseas education.
The report gives a critical insight of how foreign education is becoming popular with this segment, the largest of the Indian population.
Leap co-founder Vaibhav Singh said, “Fuelled by the student community’s growing aspirations, the Indian overseas education market is expected to grow multifold and will see over two million Indian students fly out by 2025, spending over $100 billion on their international education. This is a huge opportunity and the sector will see a meteoric rise in demand for innovative products and services.”
According to the report, 83 per cent of students believe an overseas degree will enhance their prospects of landing better jobs.
Thanks to global connectivity, 42 per cent of Indian students are open to destinations beyond anglophone countries that don’t have English as their first language, the statement said.
“This reflects that Indian students are widening their choices and becoming more flexible in their preferences of an overseas education destination. Factors they are considering for making this choice include university ranking, scholarship, cost of living, etc,” it said.
Aspirants are showing more trust towards taking education loans. Over 62 per cent of Indians prefer education loans, while 53 per cent try scholarships, the report showed.
The significant increase in preference for education loan is expected to boost the study abroad loan market in the coming years, it said.
About 60 per cent of the aspirants covered in the study were men while 39 per cent were women. Two per cent of the surveyees did not wish to mention their gender.
Two-third of the aspirants were aged 18-24 years while about 34 per cent were aged 25-30 years.





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Indian foods that can change your luck

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Have you ever thought, why despite all your hard work nothing works in your favour and that’s when we blame it on luck! This may sound cliche that luck can outweigh your hard work, but believers of faith believe that it is all a matter of fate. Well, if you too are a believer of faith then you must read on as we share some interesting foods that have the power to change your luck! Sounds like a bluff, but since ages it has been believed that adding these foods to your life can bring happiness, prosperity and good luck.



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Who is Shanti Dhariwal? Gehlot’s Fierce Troubleshooter Who Took on Congress Top Brass to Prove His Loyalty

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After Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot announced his candidature for the Congress president’s post, a Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meeting was called on Sunday night to pick his successor at the CM residence in Jaipur.

However, a majority of MLAs loyal to Gehlot skilled the CLP meet and reached minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal’s home, defying the party line. Later, they went to meet Speaker of the Assembly Dr. CP Joshi and submitted their resignations to him, opposing any move to pick Sachin Pilot as the next chief minister.

Congress observers Ajay Maken and Mallikarjun Kharge returned to Delhi and briefed Sonia Gandhi after the failure to hold the legislature party meeting due to the revolt by over 90 MLAs loyal to Gehlot. This set the stage for an impending desert storm in Rajasthan Congress unit.

ALSO READ: How Mistrust in Jaipur Made Over 90 MLAs Pull the Plug on Sachin Pilot’s CM Dream | Inside Story

Who is Shanti Kumar Dhariwal?

The 78-year-old MLA from Kota North, who is one of most trusted Gehlot’s men for over two decades, did not refrain from taking on the Congress high command and alleged party’s central observer Ajay Maken was part of a “conspiracy” to oust CM Ashok Gehlot. This came after Maken, who was sent as a central observer, criticised MLAs loyal to Gehlot for placing conditions for the resolution to be taken up in the legislature party meeting on deciding the next CM.

Known as Gehlot’s troubleshooter, Dhariwal is a Minister for Local Self Government, Urban Development & Housing, Law & Legal Affairs, Legal Consultancy Office, Parliamentary Affairs and Elections.

Dhariwal also held crucial portfolios like home during the Congress rule between 2008 and 2013 when Gehlot was the chief minister. A three-time MLA and one-term MP from Kota district is likely to get a notice for breaching the party’s discipline and preventing the CLP meeting, Hindustan Times reported.

Dhariwal entered Rajasthan Assembly in 1998 as an MLA when Gehlot formed his government. He is one of the vocal voices against the rise of Gehlot’s rival Sachin Pilot as the chief minister.

ALSO READ: Rajasthan MLA Lashes Out at Maken for ‘Conspiracy’ to Oust Gehlot, Reward ‘Traitor’ Pilot

Dhariwal’s Allegations Against Maken

Launching all-out attack on the Congress high command, Dhariwal has said MLAs of Rajasthan will not sit through and tolerate traitors (apparently referring to Sachin Pilot) being rewarded. He said that Maken is canvassing to make Pilot the chief minister.

“A general secretary is himself canvassing to make such people CM, MLAs had to get angry, disgruntled. MLAs asked me to listen to their voice. They want someone from 102 MLAs who huddled together to stay with Congress for over 34 days (in 2020) to be made CM,” he said.

“CM Gehlot has always followed the instructions of the High Command. The High Command had (back in 2020) asked him to accommodate those in wrong and he accepted what was asked (to include Sachin Pilot),” he added.

Dhariwal asked why Gehlot, who is holding only one post (Rajasthan CM), is being asked to resign as the chief minister. He further said that talks of his resignation arises when he gets the other post (Congress president). However, after the crisis in Rajasthan, Gehlot is no longer in the race for Congress president.

The decision on Rajasthan CM’s position will be likely taken after Congress Presidential Elections next month, sources told News18. Meanwhile, Congress sources have said that no disciplinary action will be taken against CM Ashok Gehlot as of now. Gehlot conveyed to the party’s high command that his MLAs have stopped listening to him and they didn’t keep him in loop.

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With Rajasthan Mishandling, Sonia Gandhi Delivers A Massive Mistake

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Is the Rajasthan crisis the end of the road for the Nehru-Gandhi family? Perhaps it is too early to call time out for them, but their status as the high command stands lowered if their writ does not run, and party leaders openly defy them. It is ironic that the man who was supposed to be the most-trusted person of the Nehru-Gandhi family is being seen as inflicting a deep wound on both them and the Congress. This crisis, in my opinion, is the biggest the family has seen since the violent death of Rajiv Gandhi; for Sonia Gandhi personally, this is her most difficult moment since she assumed the post of party President two decades ago.

After the freedom struggle, Jawaharlal Nehru was the supreme leader of the Congress with no direct challenge to his leadership. There were serious differences of opinion with Sardar Patel, but he never challenged Nehru’s authority. Even in 1950, when Purushottam Das Tandon was elected the party President with Patel’s blessings, it was never construed that this was done to undermine his Nehru’s authority. And when Nehru realised that Tandon was trying to change the course of Congress ideology, he put his foot down and Tandon was left with no option but to resign. Nehru was so charismatic that despite a humiliating defeat to China, no Congress person could ask for his resignation. After his demise, Lal Bahadur Shastri became Prime Minister. And after his untimely death, Indira Gandhi emerged as the leader of the party and defeated Morarji Desai to become Prime Minister.

The members of the ‘Syndicate’ who thought that Indira Gandhi would be a ‘goongi gudiya’ (mute doll) were in for a rude shock; during the election for President in 1969, when she refused to endorse the party’s official candidate, Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, the split in the party was inevitable. She asked her supporters to vote for V. V. Giri. To take the fight with the ‘Syndicate’ to its logical conclusion, Indira Gandhi took a left turn. The nationalisation of banks, abolition of the privy purse and Garibi Hatao (end poverty) programs were designed to boost her image as a popular leader and decimate the conservative wing of the Congress. After her defeat in 1977, her authority was again challenged by leaders like Brahmananda Reddy. The party split once again in 1978 but the Congress led by Indira Gandhi survived and successfully formed the government in 1980 and 1984.

Her son Rajiv Gandhi was not meant for politics; he was misled by his close friends and that led to the defeat of Congress due to the Bofors scandal in 1989. After his assassination in 1991, senior leaders of the Congress tried to persuade Sonia Gandhi to head the party, but she refused. This was a golden opportunity to create a new Congress without the Nehru Gandhi-family, but it failed, and finally the Congress begged Sonia Gandhi to save the party. She was greatly handicapped because of her foreign origin and confronted the opposition of the troika of Sharad Pawar, P A Sangma and Tariq Anwar. But the majority of Congressmen showed confidence in her leadership. Pawar and company left the party. If Sonia Gandhi had chosen to be the Prime Minister, instead of Manmohan Singh, there was no one to raise a banner of revolt against her. Since then, her authority has never been challenged despite two embarrassing defeats in 2014 and 2019.

Despite her foreign origin, Congress leaders had no choice but to accept Sonia Gandhi’s leadership for three reasons.

One, from 1991 to 1998, when the Congress was in the hands of non-Nehru-Gandhi leaders, a very lacklustre leadership was delivered. Narasimha Rao and Sitaram Kesri were uninspiring leaders. They had no charisma and no appeal outside the Congress.

Second, Rao and Kesri could not rise above their personal interests. They had the opportunity to give a new direction to the Congress, but they ended up as factional leaders. If Rao was constantly at war with Arjun Singh and Sharad Pawar despite being Prime Minister, Kesri was constantly threatened by the presence of Pawar. Both Rao and Kesri created their own cliques.

Third, under their leadership, the party was depleting fast. Several state units started dissociating themselves from the Congress. Party factions led by G K Moopanar in Tamil Nadu and Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal formed their own regional parties, which ultimately led to the total erosion of Congress in these two states. The party could not decide what to do vis-a-vis Ram Mandir and Mandal politics and the Congress lost major ground in UP and Bihar, which meant it did not have a clear majority and formed alliance governments in 2004 and 2009.

Sonia Gandhi had many handicaps to begin with, but she tried to rise above factional politics. She projected herself as final arbiter in the faction-ridden party. Her decision to not become Prime Minister was a master stroke. Her political power transformed into moral authority. Even after losing badly in 2014, she was revered in the party. In 2017, she passed the baton to Rahul Gandhi, and he resigned after the embarrassing defeat of 2019. Sonia Gandhi’s undoing began when she failed to act decisively after returning as interim President. Because of her indecision, the party became rudderless. The BJP-led Sangh Parivar and the government unleashed unimaginable assaults on Congressmen and there was no one to come to their rescue, Out of hopelessness and despair, many left the Congress to join the BJP’s bandwagon. Slowly but surely, the myth which had been built over decades about the Nehru-Gandhi family as the final protector and guardian of the Congress started eroding. In politics, if the leader is not seen to be fighting for the party cadre and is seen as unable to win elections, the status quickly shrinks.

In the Rajasthan crisis, by being seen as partisan and in favour of Sachin Pilot, Sonia Gandhi broke the cardinal principle of leadership – that those who occupy the highest office should be seen as neutral. If in 2019 she lost political power, she has now surrendered moral authority. It was the perfect ground for an act of defiance. And a most trusted aide did that. The Gandhi leadership of the Congress, whether it is direct or by proxy, will never be the same again.

(Ashutosh is author of ‘Hindu Rashtra’ and Editor, satyahindi.com.)

Disclaimer: These are the personal opinions of the author.



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Rethinking and reinventing teaching to better serve the essence of education

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Teachers help students learn by imparting knowledge to them and by setting up a curriculum in which the latter can learn effectively. While textbooks are widely used in schools as part of the education system, teachers exert a significant influence on classroom practices, even where they seek to complement them with more innovative teaching material. Developing new teaching materials to keep students engaged and foster an environment of learning is highly valued by young students not only for promoting meaningful learning but also for its role in enhancing professional development, and overcoming the obstacles and difficulties it frequently implies.
BYJU’S, India’s leading Ed-tech company, marked Teachers’ Day by paying tribute to teachers and believing that knowledge is no longer confined primarily to books but is available everywhere in bits and bytes. We’ve had some principals tell us how they have embarked on the true milestone of being a lifelong researcher, and how has teaching methodology evolved over the course of the last decade. Read on.
“It would be safe to assume that a good teacher who is focused on improving the quality of teaching and impacting the learning process in return, would find it obligatory to give way to reflective practice, which is a more practical form of constant research, leading to a cycle of ongoing improvement. Research tools leading to reflective practice are not just a way of improving one’s own teaching skills and quality of teaching materials, but sharing insights and innovation based on such real-time research with other teachers leads to the overall improvement of the quality of education in a school. A daily session of reflective practice, where teachers together share their observations, engage in dialogue to make inferences, and share ideas to improve design thinking and learning materials and strategies like that practiced in Reggio Emilia, Italy can lead to significant enhancements in the quality of education.”
Winston Gomez, Principal, New Digamber Public School, Indore

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“In the current scenario, a teacher’s role has become multifaceted. Education has taken up a hybrid strategy of teaching, with the potential and efficiency of a teacher becoming more effective. The impact created by the teachers is no longer confined only to classroom learning. Innovative teaching is introducing strategies to improve academic outcomes and address real problems to promote equitable learning. This calls for the teacher to invest her time in continuous and consistent research and implementing creativity in teaching methodology. Concept-based education, student-centric approach, and project-based learning can expand the toolkits of a teacher. As long as the teachers are researching, they are growing.”
Palak Tiwari Gaiekwad, Principal, Little Kingdom School, Jabalpur

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“Teachers are a great source of inspiration to their students and to be so, they need to constantly develop their skills and teaching material or else the third Law of Newton holds true- they would lag behind and be scoffed at. In today’s techno world, you always get a message “update your software”, same holds true for a teacher, until and unless her/his soft skills are well developed, she/he will be outdated and stand aloof simply cursing, the child, parent, and the management for their so-called neglect. In order to be exemplary, the teacher needs to constantly research and develop new teaching materials to keep her/his students motivated, and engaged and be a source of inspiration, for today’s children are well informed, knowledgeable and advanced at all levels.”
Akhil Kumar Khanna, Principal, DAV Public School Vasant Vihar, Bilaspur

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“Teachers play a pivotal role in the overall development of the students. While digital advancement has created several growth opportunities, it has also turned into the most significant paradox of our time. A teacher can mold young minds in the right direction and instill in them a thirst and zeal for gaining knowledge. There is a flood of information and tools available on the internet and a teacher has to make the right choice at the right time, to make teaching and learning most effective. A properly designed blended learning strategy can promote students’ participation and engagement. NEP 2020 has also emphasized teachers’ education research and collaboration.”
Manish Kumar Swami, Army Public School No 1, Jabalpur

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“Teaching and learning are constantly evolving processes. From being ‘teacher-centric’, the world has evolved to being ‘learner centric’. But now the process has become ‘learning centric’, where both student and teacher learn together. For this process, the teacher has to constantly upgrade her skills and empower themselves, so that the process becomes enriching and joyful for both student and teacher. Rather than simply seeing themselves as subject matter experts, teachers increasingly need to inspire a love of learning.”
Dr. Madhubala Chauhan, Principal, Sagar Public School, Bhopal

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Coronavirus: Study finds THIS gut problem is common among those infected after COVID vaccination

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In the long run, COVID affects the gut system in several debilitating ways. Loss of appetite, nausea, acid reflux, diarrhea, abdominal distension, belching, vomiting, abdominal pain and bloody stools are seen among COVID long-haulers.

In a study of 117 participants, loss of appetite was reported to be one of the most common signs of long COVID followed by acid reflux and diarrhea. These symptoms were reported 3 months after the COVID infection.

Apart from these symptoms, people with severe COVID-19 can develop gastrointestinal complications, such as acute cholecystitis, acute pancreatitis, ileus and feeding tolerance, acute colonic pseudo-obstruction, and mesenteric ischemia.



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Dollar liquidity crisis underway, but headwinds unlikely to ruffle Indian economy

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Dollar liquidity crisis underway, but headwinds unlikely to ruffle Indian economy The 2020s are likely to be remembered for the tectonic shifts it will have caused in the way the world we know functions and India will hope that it emerges among the biggest winners



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