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Centre directs States to seal borders and prevent outflux of migrant workers in the wake of coronavirus lockdown

Migrant workers who have violated lockdown guidelines and travelled to other states are to be kept under quarantine for 14 days.

As West Bengal records its first coronavirus death, CM Mamata Banerjee blames centre for not helping the state to maintain quarantine protocol

West Bengal reported its first Coronavirus death on March 23 (Monday) as a 55-year-old railway employee passed away.

Chennai: Anti-CAA protest organisers of Thowheed Jamath booked, had held massive rally defying govt order

The protestors have been booked under four sections of the IPC including IPC section 269.

Union Government defends CAA in affidavit filed in Supreme Court, says there is narrow scope of judicial review

The affidavit was filed after the Supreme Court in January granted the Centre time to respond to the petitions challenging the CAA.

Centre slams Kerala Govt over contentious resolution passed by state assembly against requirement of Covid-19 negative certificates for evacuations

Centre says Covid-19 negative certificate is existing pre-requisite for all evacuations, slams Kerala govt for resolution against it

Coronavirus outbreak: Union govt invokes Disaster Management Act to regulate prices and ensure availability of vital protective items

Disaster Management Act invoked to regulate prices and ensure availability of surgical and protective mask, hand sanitiser and gloves.

After her ‘caa caa chi chi’ slogan against CAA, Mamata Banerjee to launch ‘BJP chi chi’ campaign in West Bengal

Mamata Banerjee said that the Trinamool Congress will start a 'BJP chi chi' (shame shame) campaign in West Bengal

Fundamental and constitutional rights are for Indian citizens, not OCI cardholders: Govt in Delhi HC

Thakur, in his petition, had sought the right to seek information under the Right To Information (RTI) Act. He had also sought exemption from seeking permission under FCRA rules for donations to religious bodies.

Kerala Government fails to produce utilisation certificate of money released for 2018 floods, Centre denies more fund

Out of ₹ 3,048.39 crores allocated to Kerala for 2018 floods, utilisation certificate of only 900 crore given

Massive locust invasion from Pakistan ruins crops in Gujarat, Centre rushes 11 teams to help

Farmers in Gujarat are now worried as they are facing massive locust attack from Pakistan, the neighbouring country the state shares its border with.

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Latest updates and important links about COVID-19 coronavirus

Live statistics and tracking of news related to COVID-19 coronavirus with focus on India.

Pakistan heaps praise on China amid Coronavirus pandemic, Imran Khan’s advisor says stranded students in Wuhan grateful to Pakistan for not evacuating them

The world has a lot to learn from China regarding the prevention and control of communicable diseases: Imran Khan’s adviser said

UP Govt takes over Jaypee Sports City to house migrants returning from Delhi in quarantine

Authorities in Noida have decided to take over the Jaypee Sports City in order to house the migrants fleeing to UP from Delhi.

Coronavirus fight: Assam man offers to donate 4 acres of land to build a hospital for treatment of COVID-19 patients

Krishna Mahanta has written a letter to the Kaliabor Sub-Divisional Officer offering to donate land for COvid-19 hospital

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