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Chapter- 1 : Solving the mystery of Covid-19 

अध्याय - १:  कोविड-१९ के रहस्य का समाधान



1. Guidance for appropriate recording of COVID-19 related deaths in India

2.  Wuhan pneumonia outbreak: What we know and don’t know

3. Pneumonia of unknown cause – China

4. Pneumonia of unknown cause – China

5. Pneumonia - Our World in Data

6. Comparison of the prevalence of respiratory viruses in patients with acute respiratory infections at different hospital settings in North China, 2012–2015

7. Respiratory viruses associated with severe pneumonia in children under 2 years old in a rural community in Pakistan

8. Specificity, Efficiency, and Fidelity of PCR

9. WHO | What is a pandemic?

11. Humanitarian Health Action- Definitions: emergencies - WHO (WHO has deleted this link so we are providing PDF downloaded from WHO website)

12. Coronavirus infection: Around 1 crore Indians were exposed, Sero-Survey finds

13. Despite rise in cases, Covid-19 infectivity in India may be going down-  The New Indian Express Published: 16th June 2020 05:10 PM

Chapter- 2 : Why so many Corona deaths?
Answer in three steps

अध्याय -२ : कोरोना से इतनी अधिक मौतें क्यों ? तीन चरणों में उत्तर



14. Face Touching: A Frequent Habit That Has Implications for Hand Hygiene

15. Man Wearing N95 Mask Passes Out While Driving Car, Crashing into Pole

  • Use of Surgical Face Masks to Reduce the Incidence of the Common Cold Among Health Care Workers in Japan: A Randomized Controlled Trial

  • Cowling, B. et al. (2010)“Face masks to prevent transmission of influenza virus: A systematic review”, Epidemiology and Infection, 138(4), 449-456.

  • The use of masks and respirators to prevent transmission of influenza: a systematic review of the scientific evidence

  • Jogger Runs Couple Of Miles While Wearing Mask, Ends Up With Burst Lungs

  • Two boys drop dead in China while wearing masks during gym class

16. Clinical course and risk factors for mortality of adult inpatients with COVID-19 in Wuhan, China: a retrospective cohort study

17. The effect on mortality of antipyretics in the treatment of influenza infection: systematicreview and meta-analyis

18. There is no current evidence from RCTs to recommend any specific treatment for suspected or confirmed with COVID-19. No specific anti-virals are recommended for treatment of COVID-19 due to lack of adequate evidence from literature.

19. Outcomes of hydroxychloroquine usage in United States veterans hospitalized with Covid-19

20. Antibiotics, Antipyretics, Anti Viral drugs cause more harm

21. WHO warns overuse of antibiotics for Covid-19 will cause more deaths

22. EXCLUSIVE: ‘It’s a horror movie.’ Nurse working on coronavirus frontline in New York claims the city is ‘murdering’ COVID-19 patients by putting them on ventilators and causing trauma to the lungs

23. Targets of T Cell Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus in Humans with COVID-19 Disease and Unexposed Individuals

24. Vitamin C for preventing and treating the common cold

Cochrane Database Syst Rev    2013 Jan 31;(1):CD000980



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27. Prone ventilation in acute respiratory distress syndrome | European Respiratory Society

Chapter- 3 : The Science of Prana-Yamraaj

अध्याय -3 : प्राण यमराज का विज्ञान



28. UK lab publishes landmark genetic study on coronavirus

29. Fabiflu Book

30. The Physiological Burden of Prolonged PPE Use on Healthcare Workers during Long Shifts- CDC June 10, 2020

31. Disposable surgical face masks for preventing surgical wound infection in clean surgery  Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2012;1(CD002929)

 32. Surgical masks as source of bacterial contamination during operative procedures

33. Hypercapnia Alters Expression of Immune Response, Nucleosome Assembly and Lipid Metabolism Genes in Differentiated Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells Scientific Reports volume8, Article number: 13508 (2018)

 34. The role of alcohol in oral carcinogenesis with particular reference to alcohol‐containing mouthwashes

Australian Dental Journal - 27 November 2008

35.Preliminary report on surgical mask induced deoxygenation during major surgery*

Neurocirugia (Asturias, Spain) 19(2) · December 2008

36. Facemask impact on human thermoregulation - The Annals of Occupational Hygiene- Jan 2020

Chapter- 4 : Emergency Management of ILI/Covid-19

अध्याय - 4 : ILI /Covid-19  कोविड -19 का आपातकालीन प्रबंधन



37. Higher Versus lower fraction of inspired oxygen or targets of arterial oxygenation for adults admitted to the intensive care unit.   Cochrane Systematic Review- 27 November 2019

38. Fooling the brain to alleviate dyspnoea

European Respiratory Journal 2017 50: 1701383

Chapter- 5 : Three Step Flu Diet Study
with Government of Maharashtra Covid Centre

अध्याय - 5 : महाराष्ट्र सरकार कोविड केंद्र के साथ तीन चरण फ्लू आहार अध्ययन

All documents/diagnostic reports related to the chapter

(i) 72hrs study with 4 COVID-19 patients  CLICK FOR REPORTS/VIDEOS

(ii) 48hrs study with 20 COVID-19 patients  CLICK FOR REPORTS

Chapter- 6 : Build your Own
Super Specialty Hospital @ Home in Koronakaal

अध्याय - 6 : करोनाकाल में घर पर Super Specialty Hospital अपना खुद का बनाएं


39. Lockdowns failed to alter the course of pandemic and are now destroying millions of livelihoods worldwide, JP Morgan study claims




42. There is no current evidence from RCTs to recommend any specific treatment for suspected or confirmed with COVID-19. No specific anti-virals are recommended for treatment of COVID-19 due to lack of adequate evidence from literature.

43. Correlation between Non-Polio Acute Flaccid Paralysis Rates with Pulse Polio Frequency in India


45. Why-mortality-rate-drops-when-doctors-go-on-strike

46.Clinical Trial Details

47. Diabetes Reversal with Plant-Based Diet


48. Game of Life (GOL)

How to End Covid-19 Pandemic?

भाग -1

अध्याय - 7 : कोविड -19 पैनडमिक को कैसे खत्म किया जाए ?


49.  Mysterious pneumonia in China

50. Mysterious pneumonia in China

51. A Novel Coronavirus from Patients with Pneumonia in China, 2019 |

52. “No one has died from the coronavirus”

53. Ron A. M. Fouchier, Thijs Kuiken, Martin Schutten, Geert van Amerongen1, Gerard J, et al. Koch’s postulates fulfilled for SARS virus.Nature2003423240

54. “No one has died from the coronavirus”


अध्याय - 8 : करोनाकाल के तीन फॉर्मूले ( २३ अगस्त वेब कांफ्रेंस पर आधारित )


56. Acetaminophen/paracetamol: A history of errors, failures and false decisions

57. Prevent yourself from deadly Coronavirus

58.  Coronavirus पर Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury के दावों का सच |

The Lallantop YouTube

59. What Parents Can Learn From Child Care Centers That Stayed Open During Lockdowns

60. Dutch measures against coronavirus: basic rules for everyone | Coronavirus COVID-19 |

61- Coronavirus: Boris Johnson U-turns on advice against face masks in schools | The Independent | The Independent

62. Diagnosing SARS-CoV-2 infection: the danger of over-reliance on positive
test results

63. Wuhan coronavirus: From silent streets to packed pools - BBC News

64. Life now In London

65. Mass Protest in Germany Against Lockdown and Corona Scam Clip-1

66. Mass Protest in Germany Against Lockdown and Corona Scam Clip 2

67. Other countries are also seeking to reduce their reliance on China for APIs, most notably the US

68. Increased Risk of NoninfluenzaRespiratory Virus Infections  Associated With Receipt of Inactivated Influenza Vaccine

68. STOP slaughtering pregnant cows to produce COVID-19 vaccine

69. Avoid false hope on coronavirus vaccine, discontinue lockdown: Health experts write to PM Modi - India News

70. WHO Offered $20M Bribe To Poison COVID-19 Cure - Madagascar President | GreatGameIndia

71. Belarus president unwilling to accept additional terms to get foreign loans

72. Dr Harsh Vardhan elected as WHO's Executive Board chairman, Health News, ET HealthWorld

72. Narendra Modi: 'Global Goalkeeper' award for PM Modi for Swachch Bharat Abhiyan

73. Calls in India for legal action against US charity : Nature News & Comment

74. Oral polio drops linked to paralysis in India - SciDev.Net South-East Asia & Pacific



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