- Changes in Jammu and Kashmir domicile law one must know
The Central government on Wednesday announced changes in the current domicile law of the Union Territory Jammu and Kashmir, in an attempt to give more power to the residents.
- Domicile Rule slammedOmar Abdullah slams government for tweaking domicile rules in Jammu and Kashmir
National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Monday slammed the government's move to tweak the present domicile rule in the Jammu and Kashmir at a time when the nation is observing lockdown due to spreading coronavirus infection.Coronavirus HotspotWhat is a Coronavirus Hotspot?
In India, the number of positive coronavirus cases is rising steadily despite several measures being taken by the Centre and State Government, including the strict lockdown.Coronavirus TestsCOVID-19: 10 Coronavirus hotspots identified, testing to be boosted
After sudden rise in the number of positive coronavirus cases in India, the government has identified 10 COVID-19 hotspots where an unusual rise in the number of positive cases was registered. The testing process will be boosted in such areas.Doctor diagnosed with Covid-19Delhi Government hospital shuts after doctors test positive for coronavirus
A Delhi government-run hospital has been closed after one of its doctors was tested positive for coronavirus. The doctor worked at the Delhi State Cancer Institute. The complete hospital building, including OPD, offices and labs have been sealed and are being sanitized, say officials. The people who came in contact with the doctor have been asked to go into quarantine.Maulana At LargeNizamuddin maulana Saad at large, his viral audio tape a shame on humanity
There are doctors, nurses, sanitation workers, media officials and police officers who have been continuously trying all possible measures to ensure the safety of people from coronavirus pandemic; and then there are people like Nizamuddin maulana Saad who are not finding the seriousness in the virus that brought the world to almost stand still position.Delhi Police WarningWatch: Delhi Police warned Nizamuddin Markaz to vacate on March 23
Delhi Police has released a video of a warning issued to senior members of Nizamuddin Markaz on March 23 to vacate Markaz and follow the lockdown guidelines. In the video, the officials can be seen saying that around 1500 members have been cleared and only 1000 people are left in the Markaz. They also explained that the ones remaining are not from Delhi and since the borders are sealed they cannot be moved out.Telangana GovtTelangana cuts salaries by up to 75% amid coronavirus outbreak
The Telangana government has decided cut down the salaries of its staff by up to 75% to cope up with the economic crisis the state government is facing due to coronavirus outbreak. The salary cut will be imposed on its executive, political representatives and employees. There will be cuts for all Public Sector Undertakings, institutions that are receiving government grants, government employees and retirees.Biggest Spike227 new coronavirus cases in India, sharpest spike till date
Despite lockdown imposed, the number of positive coronavirus cases in India is on a continuous rise. On Monday 227 new Covid-19 infection cases were registered, making it the sharpest spike in a single day till date.India NewsLeopard spotted in posh Chandigarh area, residents asked to remain indoors
A leopard has been spotted in Chandigarh's Sector 5 residential area on Monday evening, after which the police ordered the residents to remain indoors.India NewsLimited Community transmission has begun in India: Health Ministry
The limited community transmission has begun in India, a Union Health Ministry document said. This is for the first time, the authorities have admitted to the fact that in some cases the source of transmission could not be found.India NewsOmar Abdullah shares tips on surviving lockdown from his own experience
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has shared tips on how to survive the lockdown based on his own "months of experience." He has been released from detention after 232 days.India NewsGovernment quashes rumours to extend lockdown in India
The government on Monday quashed all-rumoured reports which claimed that they are planning to extend the lockdown from current 21-day. PM Narendra Modi on March 25 announced a 21-day lockdown in the nation to stop the spread of coronavirus.India NewsBus staff to be booked if found ferrying unauthorized passengers
The Delhi government on Sunday issued a notice that the bus service employees will be booked if they were found guilty of using transport vehicles to ferry unauthorised personnel during the lockdown.India NewsAmid exodus, Delhi coronavirus cases rise steeply, six with unknown source
Amid exodus on Delhi-UP border, the national capital on Sunday registered a steep rise in the total number of coronavirus positive cases. 23 new infections of SARS-CoV-2 took the total tally of coronavirus positive cases in Delhi to 72 from 49, said the health department on Sunday briefing.India NewsCovid 19 Lockdown: Centre order states to stop, shelter migrants walking back home
After reports of hundreds of migrants walking to reach their homes, the Indian government ordered closure of borders and announced steps to ensure food, shelter and wages to the informal workers. The move comes after an exodus was prompted by a 21-day national lockdown to control the spread of the Covid-19.India NewsPM Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' to focus on prevailing situation of Covid 19 today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing the nation for the third time over Covid 19 in last two weeks; this time though his radio program 'Mann Ki Baat'.India NewsCoronavirus Update: Total number of positive cases cross 1000-mark, thousands stay on Delhi streets
135 new cases of coronavirus were recorded on Saturday in India, taking the total toll of patients to above 1000-mark. Fresh deaths were reported in India from Kerala, Gujarat and Maharashtra, taking the death toll from the disease to 21, according to official data from states.India NewsCoronavirus update: Maharashtra woman breaks quarantine, family may become super-spreaders
A 29-year-old Maharashtra woman broke quarantine and travelled through two trains from New Delhi to reach West Bengal's Tehatta and now she has been tested positive for the coronavirus along with her four family members who may turn out to become super-spreaders.