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    Coronavirus LIVE: Total number of positive cases in India rises to 1071

    Total number of Coronavirus positive cases in India rises to 1071Total number of Coronavirus positive cases in India rises to 1071 (including 942 active cases, 99 cured/discharged cases and 29 deaths), says Ministry of Health and Family Welfare89 prisoners out on interim bail for two months from Dasna jail, Ghaziabad, UPGhaziabad: In order to reduce crowding at Dasna jail...

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    In worst case scenario, 200,000 Americans could die from COVID19: White House

    Sending out a dire warning, the White House on Sunday projected America's peak death toll from the coronavirus is likely in two weeks coinciding with Easter weekend and in a worst case scenario, a total of 100,000 to 200,000 Americans could eventually succumb to the virus."It's possible. It's entirely possible that would happen if we don't mitigate. What we're...

    • 21 min ago
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    PM 'cares' but what happened to the PM's National Relief Fund?

    PM cares. But about what? Organising mega shows for his friend 'Dolan' Trump while ignoring advisories by the World Health Organisation, asked a senior citizen soon after the announcement of the new relief fund to deal with national emergencies. Shouldn't it had been called 'INDIA CARES'?Some were even less charitable and wondered why the PM needed to brand himself and make political...

    • 50 min ago
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    UP govt stops release of Dr Kafeel Khan on parole, alleges wife

    The Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh (UP) government has done it again. Cocking a snook at Supreme Court's order, it has stopped the release of Dr Kafeel Khan under parole under the direction of a senior official of Lucknow.Dr Shabista Khan, wife of Dr Kafeel Khan, said that Dr Kafeel Khan was to be released on parole after the Supreme Court order of March 23. His name was on the...

    • 54 min ago
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    Lives of poor matter or not: Congress on mass exodus

    Highlighting the mass exodus of migrant labourers from the big cities to their respective states on foot, the Congress on Monday attacked the Narendra Modi government, questioning if lives of poor matter or not. The Congress urged the government to ensure that they reach home safely."Do poor lives matter? Question - government should ask itself. If they do then unlock railways/buses and...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    No plan to extend 21-day lockdown: Govt

    The government on Monday said there was no plan to extend the 21-day lockdown which came intro force on Tuesday midnight.The Press Information Bureau (PIB) of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting tweeted, saying Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba has denied media reports claiming that the government will extend the lockdown."There are rumours & media reports, claiming that the Government will...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    Look at South Korea for 'visionary' leadership in coping with Covid-19

    In view of the Corona virus pandemic, the Modi government has announced an economic package of 1.70 lakh crores. Hardcore Modi bhakts, his die-hard supporters, the government and BJP have gone out of their way to present this as a revolutionary step.It is also being said that only Modi could have done this because he is a bold leader- decisive and a visionary who cares for...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Crowds of migrants will trigger community transmission: Experts

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    Modi's lockdown to cope with Covid-19: Maximum chaos & Minimum Planning

    Nearly three weeks since the World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, the shadow of the killer virus continues to loom larger and larger. China, the initial epicenter of the outbreak, has brought it under control, but the havoc is getting worse in large parts of Europe and America, with the death toll jumping uncontrollably in countries like Italy and...

    • 4 hrs ago
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    Thousands of helpless Kashmiri students stranded in various countries

    Living under constant fear and distress, thousands of Kashmiri students are stranded in various countries with their families back in the Valley worried about their health and well-being.Thousands of Kashmiri students in Ukraine, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Iran and several other countries are stranded there because of travel ban in view of the Coronavirus lockdown. Some...

    • 5 hrs ago

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