The Delhi government has described the congregation at the
Markaz Tablighi Jamath at Hazrat Nizamuddin as a criminal act that was carried
out in violation of prohibitory orders that were already in place in the
national capital banning large gatherings...
The total number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus has
gone upto 1,251 in the country which includes 49 foreign nationals. Out of the
total cases, 101 patients have been cured and discharged from the hospitals
while 32 died.
that the coronavirus lockdown will be extended beyond 10 days, the Centre
reiterated that there were no plans to extend it. "I am surprised to see
such reports. There is no such plan of extending the lockdown," said
Declared three parcel express trains
Transportation of essential items like medical supplies, medical equipment, food in small parcel sizes is going to be very important during the lockdown period in the wake of...
As many as
106 fresh cases of COVID- 19 and six deaths have been reported from six states
in the last 24 hours.
reporters in New Delhi today, Joint Secretary in the Health Ministry, Lav
A 55-year-old man from north Kashmir's Baramulla district died due to coronavirus, J&K's second fatality to COVID-19 on Sunday at Srinagar's Chest Disease Hospital, officials said.
The patient was kept in an isolation...
As per the procedure, preliminary screening of the evacuees upon arrival was conducted at Jodhpur airport by the Medical teams from Civil Administration and Army. Thereafter, they were moved to the Army Wellness Facility at Jodhpur.
weekly Mann ki Baat address, PM Modi apologised for the inconvience caused by
the national lockdown. He sought forgiveness from country for difficult
decision that caused hardships to people, especially poor.
is bent on...
Minister Narendra Modi has announced the constitution of the PM's Citizen
Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM-CARES) fund. This will be a
dedicated national fund with the primary objective of dealing with any kind of
emergency or distress situation,...
India will soon participate in WHO solidarity trial for
developing potential drugs for COVID-19. Dr Raman R Gangakhedkar, Head of
Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases in Indian Council of Medical Research
said, earlier India did not do so because the numbers...