The carmaker has opened its kitchens across 10 locations in India to others who want to supply meals to the needy
The coronavirus pandemic crisis has seen many carmakers step up to help in various ways. Mahindra first announced its plans to design and make an affordable ventilator for COVID-19 patients. On top of that, the Indian brand has also been engaged in relief efforts such as supplying food to the needy and producing more sanitisers.
Mahindra's agri-chemical plant in Gujarat, under the Mahindra Group, has received necessary licenses from regulatory authorities at both state and central levels to manufacture sanitisers since they are in short supply.
A returnee from South Africa tested positive for Covid-19 in Dombivli area of Maharashtra’s Thane district on Sunday, triggering concerns. However, it was not immediately known if the returnee is positive with the new variant of Covid, Omicron, which was first detected in South Africa.
Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Sunday gave a helicopter ride to children during his visit to Morinda. Sharing the pictures of his visit, Channi said children playing near his helicopter made him reminisce of his childhood days when he, too, used to see planes wishing that he would one day get a chance to sit in it.
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