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Maharashtra: Couple exchanges wedding vows over video call amid Covid-19 crisis

A marriage was solemnised on a video call, the unique method which was adopted due to coronavirus lockdown. A Muslim man named Mohammad Minhajudd, based in Aurangabad exchanged marriage vows with a Muslim woman based in Beed via video call on Friday. The entire country is witnessing a 21-day lockdown due to which there is a limitation on the movement of people from one place to another and gatherings have been banned to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that has wreaked havoc across the globe. The marriage halls are also closed during the lockdown period.The bridegroom’s father Mohammad Gayaz said that the marriage was fixed between the two persons six months ago when there was no fear about coronavirus….

Coronavirus in India: Police conduct pan-India search ops to identify ‘super spreaders’

Pan-India searches are being carried out in mosques and other locations to trace Tablighi Jamaat members. Over the past few days searches have been carried out in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. “Efforts are on to trace them and evacuate them without any delay. They are being traced and sent in quarantine and if required they are being tested for COVID19,” said an official. In Delhi alone 17 mosques with 168 foreigners and 10 Indians staying here were identified. Among the foreigners, maximum are from Indonesia. Some have been traced and sent to quarantine. Foreign Tablighi Jamaat members travelled extensively to states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh…

2,500 stuck in India, will be evacuated when situation becomes normal: Bangladeshis FM

The Bangladesh government has determined to bring back all its citizens who are stranded abroad, including those in India, due to coronavirus outbreak once the situation gets normal. “The foreign ministry is aware as regards to the welfare of the expatriate Bangladesh nationals. When the situation will become normal, the government is determined to repatriate all stranded Bangladeshis in India and other countries,” said a statement issued by the ministry on Friday. Most of the Bangladeshi travellers visit India for the purpose of tourism, medical treatment and education, the statement said. According to the Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi, about 2,500, including 1,000 students, are currently stranded in India due to the lockdown amid the growing cases of coronavirus…

UP: Migrant worker commits suicide after being thrashed by cop for violating quarantine

A 22-year old migrant worker, identified as Roshan Lal, committed suicide in Lakhimpur-Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday after allegedly being beaten up by a cop for violating the quarantine rules. Three audio clips of Roshan Lal, who returned to his native village Faria Piparia on March 28 from Gurugram due to the 21-day nationwide lockdown, have gone viral. In the audios, Roshan Lal is blaming a local cop for thrashing him for violating quarantine guidelines. Speaking to India Today TV, his sister-in-law Sangeeta said, “There was no food at home and this is why Roshan came out from the school where he was kept in quarantine and went to buy wheat. He was brutally beaten up by a…

Covid-19: NHA teams up with Uber to provide transportation to frontline healthcare workers

The National Health Authority (NHA), the apex body implementing the Ayushman Bharat health insurance scheme, on Friday announced its partnership with Uber India to provide safe, reliable and efficient transportation for India’s frontline healthcare workers engaged in the treatment of COVID-19 patients. Uber will initially facilitate the provision of 150 cars for free to support medical facilities in New Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Kanpur, Lucknow, Prayagraj and Patna through its recently-launched UberMedic service, the NHA said in a statement. All UberMedic cars supplied to NHA will be equipped with roof-to-floor plastic sheeting enclosing the driver’s seat, thereby acting as a protective barrier between the rider and the driver. “The pilot scheme meets the Prime Minister’s goal of practicing social distancing even…

India reports record coronavirus case spike, 647 Jamaat-linked Covid-19 patients in country | Developments 

India on Friday reported its single-largest daily spike in Covid-19 cases with more than 500 people testing positive for the novel coronavirus across the country, taking the total tally to over 2,600. With Maharashtra, Telangana, and Delhi reporting several new cases of the deadly virus infection, government officials said the numbers have risen in last few days mostly due to the Tablighi Jamaat event that took place in the national capital earlier in March and which was attended by thousands of its followers. Delhi reported 93 cases in the last 24 hours out of which 77 were Jamaat event attendees, Maharashtra reported a total of 67 cases of which three had attended the said event, Telangana reported 75 cases in…

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