COVID-19 - 10 Security Personnel At Mumbai Airport Test Positive For Coronavirus

COVID-19 - 10 Security Personnel At Mumbai Airport Test Positive For Coronavirus

Ten jawans of the Central Industrial Security Force or CISF posted at the Mumbai airport have tested positive for coronavirus. The paramilitary force has decided to get all 152 jawans staying together in a camp tested.
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Country Facing Trouble, Losses Over COVID-19

Country Facing Trouble, Losses Over COVID-19

Maulana Madani, General Secretary of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, says the task of "breaking the chain" has become more difficult.
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Singapore To Go Under 1 Month Lockdown From Tuesday

Singapore To Go Under 1 Month Lockdown From Tuesday

As Singapore joins a chorus of countries globally that have tightened people's mobility to stem the spread of the coronavirus we speak with Dale Fisher, Professor in infectious Diseases, National University of Singapore about what lessons can be l...
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Historian Says Tablighi Jamaat Is The Enemy Of Islam

Historian Says Tablighi Jamaat Is The Enemy Of Islam

Historian Irfan Habib says Tabligh means cleansing and bringing on the right path, the organisation as founded with the idea to cleanse and take people back to Islam the way it was in the 7th century. They are anti-modernity and that would explain...
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Health Of India Will Impact Globally: Country Director WHO

Health Of India Will Impact Globally: Country Director WHO

'You have to deal with health sector if you want to deal with economy' says Junaid Kamal Ahmad, Country Director WHO on The News.
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Should You Wear A Mask? Doctors Take Your Questions

Should You Wear A Mask? Doctors Take Your Questions

For several weeks, health professionals and even the World Health Organisation (WHO) have told people that they do not need to use face masks unless they are sick or caring for someone with COVID-19. Health officials appear to be reviewing their r...
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'War Analogy Bad One': Amartya Sen On COVID-19 Lockdown

'War Analogy Bad One': Amartya Sen On COVID-19 Lockdown

Nobel laureate and economist Amartya Sen has said the "war" analogy used by the government in its effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 is a "bad one". "...In a country of divergent views, different interests... some people are concerned primarily...
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'Not usual economic crisis': Arvind Subramanian on COVID-19 shutdown

'Not usual economic crisis': Arvind Subramanian on COVID-19 shutdown

Former Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said the economic crisis linked to the coronavirus pandemic is a "much, much bigger" issue than what the world has seen in the past. "It's much more uncertain and much more unusual. How quickly unem...
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How Can Economy Recover From COVID-19: Prannoy Roy Talks To Experts

How Can Economy Recover From COVID-19: Prannoy Roy Talks To Experts

How Can Economy Recover From COVID-19: Prannoy Roy Talks To Experts
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Hyundai Creta Dispatches, Bajaj Pulsar RS200, BMW Motorrad Pulls Out Of EICMA, Intermot

Hyundai Creta Dispatches, Bajaj Pulsar RS200, BMW Motorrad Pulls Out Of EICMA, Intermot

The top automobile stories of the day – Hyundai has dispatched 6703 units of the Creta. BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 launched. BMW Motorrad Pulls Out Of EICMA, Intermot.
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Migrants Stuck In Hyderabad Shelter Home Distributed Food, Sports Items

Migrants Stuck In Hyderabad Shelter Home Distributed Food, Sports Items

Amidst the lock down migrants across India are stuck in their job locations. To make their days and nights away from home happier, the Govt, many local bodies and even citizens are volunteering to provide these migrants in shelters with their basi...
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Coronavirus - Prepared If COVID-19 Spreads, Says Arvind Kejriwal As Cases Near 400

Coronavirus - Prepared If COVID-19 Spreads, Says Arvind Kejriwal As Cases Near 400

There is still no community transmission of coronavirus in Delhi but the government is prepared to handle even if it spreads, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday as the number of COVID-19 cases in the capital climbed to 384.
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Coronavirus: PM Modi Holds Meeting With 40 Sportspersons Including Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar

Coronavirus: PM Modi Holds Meeting With 40 Sportspersons Including Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held a meeting via video conference with 40 elite sportspersons of the country including Indian captain Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Mary Kom on the ongoing situation in the country due t...
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647 COVID-19 Cases In Last 2 Days Linked To Islamic Sect Meet In Delhi

647 COVID-19 Cases In Last 2 Days Linked To Islamic Sect Meet In Delhi

Nearly 650 coronavirus cases reported over the last two days are linked to the religious gathering of the Islamic sect Tablighi Jamaat in Delhi, the government said today.
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India Coming Together Against COVID-19

India Coming Together Against COVID-19

India Coming Together Against COVID-19, is an RB and NDTV initiative that aims to provide a platform to highlight the works of the unsung heroes, NGOs and community leaders at the frontline of the hygiene battle against COVID-19. It is a small eff...
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Washing Hands Key To Prevent COVID19

Washing Hands Key To Prevent COVID19

For any infection that is transmitted through person to person contact, handwashing with soap after any contact with a potentially infected person, surface, or object is an effective method to help protect yourself and others from infection. COVID...
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Redmi Note 9 Pro Vs Realme 6 Pro Comparison: Which Is The Best Phone Under Rs. 20,000?

Redmi Note 9 Pro Vs Realme 6 Pro Comparison: Which Is The Best Phone Under Rs. 20,000?

Redmi Note 9 Pro vs Realme 6 Pro: Which is better? We try to answer that in this video. We've compared Redmi Note 9 Pro vs Realme 6 Pro in all aspects including performance, software, battery life, camera, gaming, and more. This video also include...
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Islamic Sect Members Face Tough Law For Obscene Conduct In UP Hospital

Islamic Sect Members Face Tough Law For Obscene Conduct In UP Hospital

Some members of the Islamic missionary sect Tablighi Jamaat, which organised a religious gathering in Delhi linked to hundreds of coronavirus cases, face charges under the tough National Security Act (NSA) after allegations of assault on nurses an...
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Domestic Violence Cases Have Risen Since COVID-19 Lockdown: Women's Panel

Domestic Violence Cases Have Risen Since COVID-19 Lockdown: Women's Panel

The National Commission for Women has received over 250 complaints since the country-wide lockdown was imposed to control the spread of coronavirus out of which 69 were cases of domestic violence, which it said has been increasing since then.
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Doctor, 35, Third COVID-19 Case In Mumbai's Dharavi In As Many Days

Doctor, 35, Third COVID-19 Case In Mumbai's Dharavi In As Many Days

A 35-year-old doctor from Mumbai's Dharavi tested positive for COVID-19. He has been quarantined and contact tracing has begun to isolate all those who came in contact with him.
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"Light Candles On Sunday At 9 pm To Show Solidarity Amid Lockdown": PM

"Light Candles On Sunday At 9 pm To Show Solidarity Amid Lockdown": PM

"Light Candles On Sunday At 9 pm To Show Solidarity Amid Lockdown": PM
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PM Says Nations Following India's Lockdown Example

PM Says Nations Following India's Lockdown Example

PM Says Nations Following India's Lockdown Example
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Must Jail Those Violating Coronavirus Lockdown, Centre Tells States

Must Jail Those Violating Coronavirus Lockdown, Centre Tells States

Those violating the coronavirus lockdown or obstructing officials should be sent to jail for one or two years, the government today told state governments, directing stern action under existing laws after reports of doctors or health staff being a...
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Assam's 24-Hour Manhunt To Trace 500 Linked To Delhi Mosque Event

Assam's 24-Hour Manhunt To Trace 500 Linked To Delhi Mosque Event

With a non-stop 24-hour operation, Assam has been able to trace nearly 500 people from the state who took part in the religious congregation in Delhi's Nizamuddin area last month that has emerged as the biggest coronavirus hotspot in India, Assam ...
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Over 2,000 Coronavirus Cases In India

Over 2,000 Coronavirus Cases In India

The number of COVID-19 cases in the country crossed 2,000 today - with 235 fresh cases being detected within the last 24 hours. The total number of cases across the country is 2069. Of them, 53 people are dead. Much of the spike has come from the ...
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Tamil Nadu Has Most COVID -19 Cases After Maharashtra As Count Rises To 309

Tamil Nadu Has Most COVID -19 Cases After Maharashtra As Count Rises To 309

Healthcare workers attacked across the country amid coronavirus pandemic, 50 doctors, medical staff infected with coronavirus across India, and other top stories of the day.
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The Biggest Stories Of April 02, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of April 02, 2020

India has 2,069 positive cases of coronavirus so far, 53 have died and 156 have recovered; 9 days into the lockdown, PM Modi says the states and the centre should focus on testing and tracing, also calls to formulate a common exit strategy to ensu...
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"Started Preparations In February": Chhattisgarh Chief Minister On COVID-19

"Started Preparations In February": Chhattisgarh Chief Minister On COVID-19

In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Chattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel talks about how his state has been preparing to fight COVID-19 since February and is currently probing symptomatic cases.
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To Wear Mask Or Not: Doctors Take Your Questions

To Wear Mask Or Not: Doctors Take Your Questions

Dr Neeraj Nischal, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine AIIMS and Dr Anita Sethi, Head, Ophthalmology Fortis Gurugram answer your questions on whether to wear a mask or not. Much has been said about who needs a mask and who doesn't and whet...
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Delhi Municipal Doctors Protest "Faulty" COVID-19 Protection, Get Warning

Delhi Municipal Doctors Protest "Faulty" COVID-19 Protection, Get Warning

A group of doctors and nurses working on contracts at a municipal hospital in Delhi have been warned of action after many of them refused to apply for their renewal allegedly over defective Personal Protective Equipment or PPEs amid the coronaviru...
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Bengaluru Health Workers On COVID-19 Recce Manhandled By Residents

Bengaluru Health Workers On COVID-19 Recce Manhandled By Residents

In a disturbing incident in Bengaluru on Wednesday, a group of state government health workers conducting COVID-19 surveillance in the city were allegedly surrounded by residents and manhandled.
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PM Modi Holds Video Conference With Chief Ministers

PM Modi Holds Video Conference With Chief Ministers

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's conference with Chief Ministers across India, where he said the focus for next few weeks should be on testing, tracing and isolating patients, on Left, Right and Centre, we discuss whether states and the centre...
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Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister On Role Of Healthcare Workers In COVID-19 Fight

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister On Role Of Healthcare Workers In COVID-19 Fight

The number of COVID-19 cases in the country crossed 2,000 with 235 fresh cases being reported on Thursday. Even as number of cases rise across India, reports have come in about our coronavirus warriors -- our healthcare workers being attacked in v...
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Scarcity Of Protective Gear In Kerala, Says State Health Minister On COVID-19

Scarcity Of Protective Gear In Kerala, Says State Health Minister On COVID-19

Coronavirus cases have crossed 2,000 In India with 53 deaths reported so far. Kerala has the second highest number of cases - over 250 - with 2 deaths. The Kerala government has also identified seven coronavirus hotspots in the state: Kasaragod , ...
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Coronavirus - Tamil Nadu Man's 500-km Walk Amid Lockdown Becomes His Last

Coronavirus - Tamil Nadu Man's 500-km Walk Amid Lockdown Becomes His Last

A 23-year-old man who had trekked 500 kilometres from Nagpur on his way home to Namakkal in Tamil Nadu, collapsed and died while resting at a shelter home in Secunderabad on Wednesday night. Logesh Balasubramani was one of the lakhs of migrant wor...
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Bird EV1+ Electric Hatchback First Look

Bird EV1+ Electric Hatchback First Look

A close look at the Bird EV1+ electric hatchback. Developed in collaboration with China’s Haima EV brand, the EV1+ will be launched in India in around a year’s time. To be priced at around Rs.
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BS6 TVS Scooty Pep Plus, Bajaj Pulsar NS160, Maruti Suzuki S-Cross

BS6 TVS Scooty Pep Plus, Bajaj Pulsar NS160, Maruti Suzuki S-Cross

The top automotive stories of the day – TVS launches the BS6 Scooty Pep Plus. Bajaj launches Pulsar NS160. Maruti Suzuki S-Cross BS6 petrol coming soon
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The Lockdown Movie Quiz

The Lockdown Movie Quiz

It's time to test your movie knowledge. NDTV's Rohit Khilnani brings 'The Lockdown Movie Quiz', which has questions from films that deal with pandemics, disasters, lockdowns, deadly viruses and more.
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Amid Lockdown, Arvind Kejriwal Promises Rs. 5,000 Relief For Cab Drivers

Amid Lockdown, Arvind Kejriwal Promises Rs. 5,000 Relief For Cab Drivers

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today promised help to auto and cab drivers of the city, whose incomes have taken a huge hit in the 21-day lockdown to stop the coronavirus. The government, he said, has special plans for auto and taxi drivers,...
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PM Modi Says Will Share Video Message "With Fellow Indians" At 9 am Tomorrow

PM Modi Says Will Share Video Message "With Fellow Indians" At 9 am Tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that he would share a video message tomorrow morning, but did not specify."At 9 AM tomorrow morning, I'll share a small video message with my fellow Indians," PM Modi tweeted in Hindi and English.
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Need Plan For "Staggered" Movement Of People After Lockdown: PM To States

Need Plan For "Staggered" Movement Of People After Lockdown: PM To States

The centre and states must have a common plan to ensure staggered movement of people after the national lockdown ends, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today at a video-conference with Chief Ministers on coronavirus which, he remarked, was threat...
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Coronavirus Cases Linked To Mosque Event Likely To Rise: Arvind Kejriwal

Coronavirus Cases Linked To Mosque Event Likely To Rise: Arvind Kejriwal

Coronavirus Cases Linked To Mosque Event Likely To Rise: Arvind Kejriwal
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Thalassemics Helpless As Lockdown Leads To Shortage Of Blood In Bengal

Thalassemics Helpless As Lockdown Leads To Shortage Of Blood In Bengal

Thalassemia patients in West Bengal are facing a tough time as the blood banks in the state have gone dry due to restrictions on people's movement and a bar on donation drives amid the 21-day lockdown imposed to contain coronavirus epidemic.
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Medical Body Seeks Rapid Antibody Test For COVID-19 Hotspots

Medical Body Seeks Rapid Antibody Test For COVID-19 Hotspots

Medical Body Seeks Rapid Antibody Test For COVID-19 Hotspots
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Can Someone Carry Infection After 14-Day Quarantine Ends?

Can Someone Carry Infection After 14-Day Quarantine Ends?

Doctors answer queries on the COVID-19 pandemic. They talk about the kinds of masks people should wear and how to dispose them. They also answer queries on whether those who have come out of the 14-day quarantine are still at risk.
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"India's Response To COVID-19 Quick," WHO Special Envoy Tells NDTV

"India's Response To COVID-19 Quick," WHO Special Envoy Tells NDTV

"India's Response To COVID-19 Quick," WHO Special Envoy Tells NDTV
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Second COVID-19 Case In Mumbai's Dharavi In Less Than 24 Hours

Second COVID-19 Case In Mumbai's Dharavi In Less Than 24 Hours

A second coronavirus case has been reported from Mumbai's Dharavi, Asia's largest slum, in less than 24 hours, heightening worries of a rapid spread in the financial capital. Yesterday, a 56-year-old man who tested positive for the highly contagio...
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Nirmal Singh, Padma Shri Winner And Sikh Spiritual Singer, Dies Of COVID-19

Nirmal Singh, Padma Shri Winner And Sikh Spiritual Singer, Dies Of COVID-19

62-year-old Sikh spiritual singer Nirmal Singh, a Padma Shri recipient, died of coronavirus in Punjab early this morning. Nirmal Singh was a former ''Hazuri Raagi'' at Golden Temple and a celebrated artiste. He died in Amritsar around 4.30 am.He h...
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