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    South Dinajpur opens 24x7 helpline for migrant labourers

    PINAK PANI CHOWDHURY BALURGHAT: South Dinajpur administration has opened a 24x7 helpline number (03522-255020) for the migrant labourers of the district, who have been stuck because of the 21-day nationwide lockdown. District Magistrate Nikhil Nirmal said the migrant labourers are stuck everywhere and the district administration in association with the state government will help them...

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    Shortage of PPE raises concerns among doctors in various hospitals

    Nikita Jain NEW DELHI: Shortage of Personal protective equipment (PPE) and masks have raisedconcern among medical Health workers, especially after seven doctors ere found positive in Coronavirus testing. A resident doctor at Safdar- jung Hospital told the corre- spondent about the pressure the doctors are facing especially due to lack of equipments.

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    Lockdown adversely affects senior citizens in Gurugram

    Piyush Ohrie GURUGRAM: Despite several measures taken by the Gurugram district adminis- tration for the welfare of the elderly, the lockdown has now begun to take its toll on the senior citizens. The challenges only increases for septuage- narians and octogenarians whose children are not staying with them.

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    Swab test reports of nine negative, to be released soon

    Team MP Kolkata: Even though the number of COVID-19 positive cases is surfacing, there is a bit of good news in the state too. A number of those who have been under treatment at Beliaghata ID Hospital are set to be released soon as their second swab tests have come negative. Member of the state government's expert committee Dr Abhijit Chowdhury along with Prof Tamal Ghosh and Dr...

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    Fearing soaring chicken prices, Kolkatans to feel pocket pinch soon

    Shaheryar Hossain Kolkata: Consumers have to brace for a bigger hole in their pockets as chicken wholesalers are apprehending a further hike in price in future due to short supply in the wake of three-week lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19. "Today (Thursday), we are selling chicken at Rs 75 per kg to the retailers. Tomorrow (Friday), we will sell it at Rs 90 per...

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    'Focus on testing, tracing, quarantine'

    Team MP New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday told Chief Ministers to focus on COVID-19 containment measures - testing, tracing, isolation and quarantine - in the next few weeks with a common goal to ensure minimum loss of life, and pitched for formulating a staggered exit strategy from the ongoing lockdown. As the country witnessed a spike in Coronavirus infections and deaths in the past...

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    Govt urges districts to keep close watch on spreading of fake news

    Team MP Kolkata: Besides creating awareness, the state government on Thursday directed all districts authorities to maintain a close vigil to check spreading of fake news and rumours in the wake of COVID-19. This comes at a time when Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has repeatedly urged people not to spread fake news and the Centre has also written to the state's Chief...

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    Flights grounded, CISF and their canine buddies still on watch at IGIA

    Abhay Singh NEW DELHI: At the time of COVID-19 crisis, 25 canines of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) have been regu- larly patrolling the premises of the Indira andhi Interna- tional Airport (IGIA) to ensure that there is no attempt of sab- otage. Since the suspension of international and domes- tic flights on March 22, several international evacuation flights have...

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    Tablighi Jamaat: 400 test +ve out of 9K quarantined

    Dhirendra Kumar New Delhi: The negligence of a selected few is proving detrimental even when a countrywide lockdown is in place. Out of the total 9,000 who have been quarantined after attending the Nizamuddin event, till now 400 people have been found COVID-19 positive. On the other hand, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has blacklisted 960 foreigners, present in India on tourist...

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    Bengal lockdown: Kolkata Police cracks the whip on violators

    Team MP Kolkata: Kolkata Police has started taking action against the lockdown violators since Thursday morning, after Commissioner of Police (CP), Kolkata, Anuj Sharma instructed them to deal with such people strictly. On Wednesday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee expressed her annoyance over a section of people in the city who came out of their houses for no valid reasons during...

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