Madhya Pradesh: 40 people who were found offering namaz in a mosque in Chhindwara amidst coronavirus lockdown booked
Case registered under Epidemic Act against 40 Muslim individuals who were found offering namaz en masse at a mosque in Madhya Pradesh
MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan transfers Rs 700 crores to CM’s Relief Fund to fight Coronavirus, was earmarked by Kamal Nath for IIFA
The IIFA event was to be held in March 2020 at an expense of ₹700 crores in Madhya Pradesh, and it is this amount that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan transferred to CM Relief Fund
Wadhawans travelled in cars registered with RKW Developers, a company which is under ED’s scanner for links with Iqbal Mirchi: Report
RKW Developers is owned by Dheeraj Wadhawan, son of Rajesh Kumar Wadhawan of the famous Wadhawan family in Mumbai. Housing Development and Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) is under investigation for fraud in relation to the PMC scam and two members of the Wadhwan family have been arrested.
USA calls for an analysis of the ‘origins’ of the Wuhan Coronavirus in UNSC meet, China says nobody should be made ‘scapegoat’
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) met on Thursday through video conference to discuss the Wuhan Coronavirus crisis, where USA and China went head to head
Madhya Pradesh: 57 cases against lockdown violators, 64 foreign Tablighi Jamaatis also booked for violating visa norms
The Bhopal police said that the foreigner Jamaatis will be fined and deported as and when the flights start operating. Presently all the accused are in quarantine.
While Tamil Nadu health secretary secularises Tablighi Jamaat, state records 96 new cases, 84 linked to the “single source event”
Attempt by Tamil Nadu Health Secretary to 'secularise' by referring to Tablighi Jamaat event as a 'single source event' is a shining example of political correctness.
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Yes, Nandita Das, there are two Indias that exist – one where the labourers live and the other, from where your father was evicted
About how the Coronavirus lockdown has impacted migrant labourers, Nandita Das said that there exists two Indias
5 point agenda suggested by Sonia Gandhi, President of Congress, to fight Coronavirus: Juvenile, disconnected and petty
Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, Sonia Gandhi the President of Congress party suggested a 5 point plan to the Prime Minister of India
While Zoom was headquartered in the United States, and listed on the NASDAQ, the mainline Zoom app appears to be developed by three companies in China
Whether it is about the Quit India Movement of 1942 or about the New India of 2020, Mahatma Gandhi continues to be an anathema to the Left-Liberal establishment.
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Australian Indian Institute’s arm-chair activists ridicule India amidst Coronavirus lockdown: Why they are wrong
Australian Indian Institute published an article where it has slated the pan- India Coronavirus lockdown announced by the Indian government
Mamata Banerjee’s parallel Coronaverse: Upset over ‘yellow’ colour of PPEs, questions Centre’s choice
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said she was surprised by the yellow colour of PPEs and said that doctors usually wear white or blue kits.
Did US President Donald Trump really ‘threaten’ India with ‘retaliation’ over hydroxychloroquine export? Read details
A barge of misinformation was peddled by the media over US President Donald Trump's statements claiming that he had "threatened" India with retaliation if the Modi government does not allow the export of hydroxychloroquine.
Rajasthan: Man who claimed that his pregnant wife was turned away from Bharatpur hospital for being Muslim, now admits concocting the story
Recently an incident of alleged religious discrimination came to light, where a Muslim pregnant woman of Bharatpur in Rajasthan who was in labour, was allegedly denied admission to a hospital by the staff over her religion
Propagandists equate ISKCON in UK to Tablighi Jamaat in India after ISKCON devotees get infected by Coronavirus: Here’s why they are wrong
Unlike Tablighi Jamaat in India, ISKCON in UK was not in violation of any government guidelines or order to arrest the spread of Coronavirus
Viral message on WhatsApp claiming Maulana Saad of Tablighi Jamaat donated to Rs 1 crore to PM’s Relief fund is fake, here is how
An image of Irish newspaper News Letter was used to create the fake news claiming Maulana Saad donated 1 crore to govt of India
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Why don’t you stand for Markaz?: Cricketer Zaheer Khan gets attacked by Islamists for lighting a diya for PM Modi’s ‘light out’ campaign
Radical Islamists descended upon cricketer Zaheer Khan's Instagram page and attacked him for lighting a lamp in solidarity with country's fight against coronavirus
Cricketer Mohammad Kaif gets attacked by Islamists for lighting lamp on 5th April in solidarity for fight against coronavirus
Islamists on social media weren't too happy with cricketer Mohammad Kaif for lighting lamp to thank healthcare workers, urged him to offer namaz instead.
Indian Cricketers shamelessly donating to Shahid Afridi Foundation to supposedly fight Coronavirus seem to have no self-respect: Here is why
Former Indian cricketers Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh are voicing their support for the Shahid Afridi Foundation despite the fact that the Pakistani cricketer on numerous occasions has made crass remarks about India and Hindus.
Coronavirus outbreak: Olympics 2020 may get postponed, IOC and Japan’s PM share concerns while Canada, Australia pull out of the event
The Canadian Olympic Committee informed IOC that it would not send its athletes to Olympics 2020 unless the games are postponed to 2021.
The fraudster convinced the woman to share her credit card details and two OTPs in the pretext of delivering wine during lockdown
Wikipedia page on Noakhali genocide, where Muslims massacred Hindus, vandalised to show Muslims as victims: Details
Wikipedia page on Noakhali genocide was vandalised by someone from Bangladesh by switching the words Hindus and Muslims
While Tablighi Jamaat members quarantined at Delhi’s G.T.B. hospital have not misbehaved with the staff, they remain unresponsive to the doctors’ repeated requests for co-operation.
Spikes in Coronavirus cases in China coincide with important political events, raises question on the authenticity of data: Report
An analysis by The Economist show spikes in new Coronavirus positive cases in China were accompanied by important political events
Coronavirus lockdown: Increase in incidents of domestic violence, 30% of calls to childline pertain to abuse or violence
The lockdown has seen an increase in distress calls due to domestic violence. NCW chief says actual cases maybe higher as victims are afraid to reach out to authorities.
Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management committee offers its hospital buildings for isolation and treatment of coronavirus patients
DSGMC said in letter to state government, "We see this as a tough time for humanity, we all need to work as a team to combat the COVID-19 disease."
Government of India launches online training platform “iGOT” for capacity building of frontline COVID-19 warriors
The iGOT platform will provide the training modules for frontline Covid-19 warriors on flexitime and on site basis, wil be available on desktop and mobile
Tablighi Jamaat members were accused of misbehaving with the nurses, taking their pictures and threatening to make them go viral on social media in an insolation centre in Saharsa hospital in Bihar.
Lucknow: Localities near mosques where Tablighi Jamaatis stayed in emerge as major coronavirus hotspots
The major hotspots for the spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, are areas where Tablighi Jamaat members stayed in, Uttar Pradesh Police said on Thursday.
On April 7, 1 woman and 2 children, all three belonging to the same family had fled the quarantine facility at New Town in Kolkata
Coronavirus: UK resident Lerun Hussain jailed for three months for stealing masks in London hospital
A 34-year-old man named Lerun Hussain is accused of robbing vital protective equipment from King's College Hospital in London.
Coronavirus: Days after being discharged from hospital, ‘Baby doll’ singer Kanika Kapoor to be questioned by UP police
A case was booked against the singer for hiding her travel history and attending lavish parties after returning from London. She was charged under IPC Section 269 [negligent act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life] and Section 270 [malignant act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life].