Report to us or face action: Mumbai cops to Tablighis
A similar warning was issued by the Nashik district administration. “We request all attendees of Tablighi Markaz at Nizamuddin, New Delhi to report their travel details on @mybmc helpline 1916 and help us in our fight against this pandemic,” the Mumbai Police said in a post on microblogging site Twitter.
Coronavirus battle: India coordinating with US, China and others
While the foreign ministers of India and the US have spoken twice since the last month, India is coordinating with China for the purchase of personal protective equipment kits.
J&K students in Iran, Bangladesh to government: Don't wait for us to contract Coronavirus, help us in time
A petition, seeking evacuation of medical students from Bangladesh, said there are about 581 students stuck there and they are looking for help from Indian authorities.
Coronavirus: US to airlift citizens stranded in India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced a three-week lockdown in the country as part of measures to curb the spread of coronavirus that has claimed over 26,000 lives globally.
US to airlift 22,000 Americans stranded overseas; many in India
The US has so far repatriated around 37,000 Americans stranded overseas due to the pandemic and is planning to bring another 22,000 of its citizens, many of whom are in South Asia, especially India, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Consular Affairs Ian Brownlee told reporters during a conference call on Friday.
5 lakh additional testing kits have come from US: ICMR
5 lakh additional testing kits have come from the U.S: Union Health Ministry briefs media over COVID-19. 5 lakh additional testing kits have...
India and US collaborating on combating COVID-19: Ambassador Sandhu
"In the present context of COVID-19 pandemic, close collaboration in the areas of diagnostics and therapeutics of the disease is underway," India's Ambassador to the US, Taranjit Singh Sandhu said.
Lucknow Zoo on high alert after tiger tests positive for Covid-19 in US
Lucknow (UP), Apr 07 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow zoo is on high alert after a tiger tested positive for coronavirus in United States on A...
Covid 19 pandemic: Demand for similar steps in US after India lockdown
India's lockdown echoes in the US. A top American daily has now called for similar steps to be taken in the U.S to combat the Coronavirus pa...
PM Modi, US President Donald Trump have telephonic conversation on fight against COVID-19
The US has so far confirmed 278,458 cases of COVID-19 and more than 7,100 deaths. India has 3,072 coronavirus cases and has reported 75 deaths.
US, others to speed up evacuations after go-ahead from Ministry of Home Affairs
The evacuation of foreign nationals is expected to gather momentum following the home ministry's directive on Thursday.
Coronavirus: Passengers from Australia, UK, US to be screened at 30 airports
The Union Health Ministry has shot off a letter in this regard to all chief secretaries, airport health organisations and officers concerned saying universal screening is being expanded "in view of local transmission of the disease, increase in number of cases and deaths being reported in Australia, UK and USA".
US, French, Italians among 1,300 Tablighi foreign members identified in India
The Tablighi Jamaat's Markaz in Nizamuddin West has emerged as a hotspot of coronavirus, following which a major area has been sealed and an FIR lodged against its cleric for violating government orders.
India, US explore joint strategy in containing Covid-19
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and external affairs minister S Jaishankar spoke to each other on March 14 and discussed ways in which India and the United States could cooperate to address the global challenge posed by the Covid-19 outbreak, said US State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus.
View: What the last-meal ritual for prisoners tells us about life
The ritual of trying to make a condemned prisoner last meal slightly special seems to be followed, in some way, around the world. It is not mandated by prison codes. Yet prison authorities often end up allowing the prisoner a few final treats, within reason. This could simply reflect the fact that jailers are human too.
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