News Roundup | India's first 5G ambulance, Govt bans Paracetamol & more

News Roundup | India's first 5G ambulance, Govt bans Paracetamol & more

Catch up on the latest news and updates from across the country.

From India's first 5G connected ambulance launched in Kolkata to IIT Madras clinching the crown among India's educational institutions, read on to know more about the latest trending news and updates in our news roundup.

RBI readies plan to make non-bank e-payments safer

In view of the increase in cases of online fraud, done by securing remote access of a person's device, RBI is all set to bring about a number of security features to non-bank online payments. The major security feature is disabling of mobile payments as soon as remote access of the device is gained.

India's first 5G connected ambulance service launched in Kolkata

Bolstering emergency care for patients, India's first 5G connected ambulance service has been launched in Kolkata. The new ambulance service will be able to provide critical treatment to the patient on the route to the hospital.

Centre bans 14 fixed-dose combination drugs including Paracetamol

The Central government has banned a total of 14 FDC (fixed-dose combination) drugs considering the health risks they possess for an individual. Some of the drugs include the ones used to treat common infections such as Nimesulide Paracetamol dispersible tablets.

Jimmy Choo "Made to Order" service to be available in select Mumbai and Delhi stores

Global luxury footwear and accessories brand Jimmy Choo is all set to offer its "Made-to-Order" service in its selected stores in Delhi and Mumbai. With this new service, customers will now be able to personalize four accessory styles and a whopping 21 shoe silhouettes.

NIRF Rankings 2023: IIT Madras India's best educational institution in overall category

The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2023 ratings are out and IIT Madras has bagged the title of India's best educational institution in the overall category. The institute is followed by Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru and IIT Delhi in the top 3.

Gold plummets ₹80, Silver goes down by ₹400

Gold prices in the national capital fell down by ₹80 to reach ₹60,400 per 10 grams on Monday, pulled down by weakening global cues. In addition to that, Silver prices also collapsed by ₹400 to finish at ₹73,000 per kilogramme on the first day of the week.

India's 5G smartphone sales hit 50% market for 1st time, finds report

According to a report released on Monday, the share of 5G smartphone sales in India has crossed the 50% market for the first time in April. This comes despite the 5G services being made available in patches across the country, which started back in October 2022.

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