Supreme Court's Mediators To Talk To Shaheen Bagh Protesters On Shifting

Supreme Court's Mediators To Talk To Shaheen Bagh Protesters On Shifting

Two senior lawyers have been chosen by the Supreme Court to talk to protesters who are on a sit-in for over two months in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, or CAA. Senior advocates Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran ...
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Tourist's The Terminal-Like Stint At Mumbai Airport, Then COVID-19 Camp

Tourist's The Terminal-Like Stint At Mumbai Airport, Then COVID-19 Camp

A 68-year-old retired teacher from Spain who can't return to his country because of the lockdown over the COVID-19 pandemic is among thousands of migrants workers who are living in a camp in Mumbai. Mariano Cabrero came on a tourist visa and was ...
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Coronavirus: 166 Deaths In India, 17 In 24 hours, 5,734 Cases So Far

Coronavirus: 166 Deaths In India, 17 In 24 hours, 5,734 Cases So Far

The highly infectious COVID-19 has killed 17 people in India in the last 24 hours, taking the number of dead to 166 in India. The number of people infected with COVID-19, caused by a novel coronavirus, rose to 5,734 on Thursday, government data sh...
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Madhya Pradesh To Seal 3 Major Cities Amid Spurt In Coronavirus Cases

Madhya Pradesh To Seal 3 Major Cities Amid Spurt In Coronavirus Cases

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday ordered three major cities including state capital Bhopal to be sealed completely, after a spurt in the number of coronavirus cases. Shivraj Singh Chouhan directed the sealing of In...
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20 Coronavirus Hotspots Sealed In Delhi, Masks Made Compulsory

20 Coronavirus Hotspots Sealed In Delhi, Masks Made Compulsory

Twenty coronavirus hotspots in Delhi - including the famous Sadar Bazar -- will be sealed, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia announced on Wednesday, assuring that the government will ensure delivery of essential items in these areas. The govern...
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2 Doctors Of Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital, Out To Buy Groceries, Assaulted

2 Doctors Of Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital, Out To Buy Groceries, Assaulted

Two women doctors of the government-run Safdarjung Hospital in south Delhi were assaulted on Wednesday evening when they were out buying groceries. The doctors had gone to a market in nearby Gautam Nagar where they live, when they were confronted ...
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Hollywood Buzz: Melbourne Film Festival Cancelled

Hollywood Buzz: Melbourne Film Festival Cancelled

Hollywood Buzz: The Melbourne film festival is canceled due to the Covid-19 outbreak, fake news of LA's popular Hollywood sign being replaced with a 'Stay Home' sign is being circulated on the internet. Rohit Khilnani shares all the Hollywood upda...
Thank You Donors: Donations Through #India4All Telethon Cross Rs 65 Lakh

Thank You Donors: Donations Through #India4All Telethon Cross Rs 65 Lakh

Oxfam Director, Amitabh Behar explains how the money raised though the #India4All telethon will used to provide food and other essential items like santation pads, soaps and so on for the needy and providing personal protection equipment for the f...
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25 Million Jobs In Danger Due To COVID-19: International Air Transport Body Chief

25 Million Jobs In Danger Due To COVID-19: International Air Transport Body Chief

Big focus on the collapse of the international aviation sector because of the coronavirus pandemic. Alexandre De Juniac, Director General of International Air Transport Association has said that 25 million jobs in the aviation sector are in danger...
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Indian Aviation Sector Likely To Shrink: Asia Pacific Air Body

Indian Aviation Sector Likely To Shrink: Asia Pacific Air Body

Both international and domestic flights have been banned at the moment and there is no clarity on when the Indian government will allow flights to recommence. Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation has revealed that the Indian aviation sector is likely ...
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For Effective Policies Against COVID-19 Government Needs To Provide Better Data: Former Health Secre

For Effective Policies Against COVID-19 Government Needs To Provide Better Data: Former Health Secre

K Sujatha Rao, Former Health Secretary, Government of India highlights the importance of data regarding the demographic profile of the people who are infected by the coronavirus. She further urged the government to focus on the protection of the m...
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Professor Amitabh Kundu Calls For Safe Inter-State Movement For Migrant Workers

Professor Amitabh Kundu Calls For Safe Inter-State Movement For Migrant Workers

The sudden announcement of a nation-wide lockdown brought a large number of people working in the informal sector and migrant workers face-to-face with a challenging situation putting them in a vulnerable state. Professor Amitabh Kundu from Afford...
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Poor People Have Been Hit The Worst: Oxfam Director

Poor People Have Been Hit The Worst: Oxfam Director

The aim behind imposing the nationwide lockdown is to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19. However, according to Humanitarian Response Director at Oxfam India, Pankaj Anand, the people from the poor section are being hit in the worst way. ...
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A Crisis Like This Brings Out The Best In Us, Says Prof. Ravi Shrivastava

A Crisis Like This Brings Out The Best In Us, Says Prof. Ravi Shrivastava

While highlighting how the coronavirus crisis has brought people together, Professor Ravi Shrivastava from Centre for employment studies emphasises on providing support to the affected people in terms of cash-in-hand also along with food to help t...
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Urgent Medical Support Is Required For The Migrant Labourers

Urgent Medical Support Is Required For The Migrant Labourers

T Sundaraman, Global Coordinator, People's Health Movement highlighted that people who are engaged in the informal sector including the construction workers and migrant labourers seemed to be missing from the planning of the lockdown. He said that...
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Only 9 Coronavirus Cases Reported Today In Kerala: State Health Minister

Only 9 Coronavirus Cases Reported Today In Kerala: State Health Minister

Speaking exclusively to NDTV on Left, Right and Centre, Kerala Health Minister KK Shailaja said that only nine cases were reported today in the state. Moreover, she added that strict surveillance and stringent action have been carried out across t...
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We Need At Least 5% Of GDP, Which Is 8.5 Lakh Crores: Bengal Minister On COVID-19

We Need At Least 5% Of GDP, Which Is 8.5 Lakh Crores: Bengal Minister On COVID-19

Speaking exclusively to NDTV on Left, Right and Centre, West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra said that at least 5 per cent of the GDP is needed to fight the coronavirus pandemic. He further said that borrowing limits of the states must be incre...
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Let's Not Politicise Now, Must Stand Up Together: Sachin Pilot

Let's Not Politicise Now, Must Stand Up Together: Sachin Pilot

Speaking exclusively to NDTV on Left, Right and Centre, Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot said that things must be taken at a human level and that political parties, opposition leaders and ideologies can all take a backseat for now. He ...
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Food Grains Must Be Distributed Immediately: Economist Jayati Ghosh

Food Grains Must Be Distributed Immediately: Economist Jayati Ghosh

Economist Jayati Ghosh stressed on using food grains stocked for a rainy day. She said, "At any point in any case it is normal to hoard the grains but now we are in a situation that these grains need to be released immediately." Ms Ghosh also emph...
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Singer Dhvani Bhanushali Sings A Beautiful Rendition Of Her Song Vaaste

Singer Dhvani Bhanushali Sings A Beautiful Rendition Of Her Song Vaaste

Singer Dhvani Bhanushali joined India4All, a special telethon to raise funds for the homeless affected by the coronavirus outbreak and a lockdown. During the telethon, Dhvani sang a few lines of her popular song 'Vaaste'.
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Actor Adil Hussain Dons The Chef Hat, Cooks While He's At Home Amid Lockdown

Actor Adil Hussain Dons The Chef Hat, Cooks While He's At Home Amid Lockdown

'The home is where you are', said actor Adil Hussain as he spoke about following the lockdown imposed to contain the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The actor also shared how he is enjoying the process of playing the role of a husband and ...
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Rakul Preet Singh On Helping Slum Dwellers During The Coronavirus Lockdown

Rakul Preet Singh On Helping Slum Dwellers During The Coronavirus Lockdown

While the novel coronavirus has put the country under lockdown, actor Rakul Preet Singh along with her father has adopted a slum in her neighbourhood and is providing food to slum dwellers. On #India4All telethon Rakul Preet Singh also shared the ...
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India Has Done Well In Responding To The Coronavirus Crisis: Boman Irani

India Has Done Well In Responding To The Coronavirus Crisis: Boman Irani

Stressing on the fact that the situation could have been worse, actor Boman Irani simply asked people to stop grumbling and think about how they can help people in need. The actor also shared his daily schedule and how he is keeping himself busy d...
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Over 70 Per Cent Of People Working On A Film Set Are Daily Wage Earners: Bhumi Pednekar

Over 70 Per Cent Of People Working On A Film Set Are Daily Wage Earners: Bhumi Pednekar

Bollywood actor Bhumi Pednekar stressed on the need to take action and help people in our immediate circle. She also highlighted the support extended by the Bollywood industry to ensure daily wage earners and migrant labourers get their salaries a...
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The Visuals Of Migrants On Roads Are Heartbreaking: Nandita Das

The Visuals Of Migrants On Roads Are Heartbreaking: Nandita Das

Lockdown imposed due to coronavirus has affected all. To some, the impact may be more, to some it may be less. For Nandita Das, while the lockdown has not impacted at a personal level, but the visuals of people suffering are heartbreaking for her.
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