India gets ready to fight with the second wave of COVID-19, several states impose tougher restrictions
India is going through second wave of COVID-19, with Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka being worst effected
Migrant workers fleeing the Section 144 imposition in Maharashtra accuse the state police of extorting them
As Kejriwal govt announces ‘weekend curfew’ to curb pandemic, netizens resort to self deprecating humour as coping mechanism
Delhi currently has over 50,000 active coronavirus cases in the state.
Maharashtra lockdown: Restaurants, eateries trying to pick themselves up after 2020 get a death sentence
Anurag Katriar, the president of National Restaurants Association of India has expressed that the present restrictions will make it difficult for restaurants to survive.
Karnataka: Police arrest one Saleem Ballari after he spat on hotel staff, find out he is a murder accused on the run
After police arrested Saleem Ballari for spitting on hotel staff for refusing food during lockdown, they find out he is an absconding murder accused
Saudi Arabia orders 24-hour curfew during the five-day Eid holidays, Mecca continues to remain under total curfew
Saudi Arabia had earlier imposed full curfews on most towns and cities but eased them for the start of Ramadan.
Uttarakhand: Curfew to be imposed in Balbhoonpura after hundreds defied lockdown and protested against an Imam being quarantined
Balbhoonpura in Uttarakhand had emerged as a potent cluster of Wuhan coronavirus after seven people having links with the infamous Tablighi Jamaat were tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus in the area.
Covidiots: Jalgaon man makes video riding a bike around town during the coronavirus lockdown, gets arrested
The man's video had gone viral on social media where he was seen riding a bike without a helmet, shooting the video with one hand while a child, the man's son as per the video, was seen riding pillion, holding a bunch of bananas.
Bengaluru: Two men named Tajuddin and Kutubuddin arrested for assaulting policemen during the coronavirus lockdown
"We have arrested two miscreants and their motorcycle has also been seized. They have been booked under Section 353 of IPC (Assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty). It's a non-bailable offence", said Bengaluru police.
Coronavirus: Ahmedabad Police registers case registered against people for playing garba and taking out procession on road during Janta Curfew
Ahmedabad Police has registered a case against a crowd of people for violating section 144 during the Janta Curfew on Sunday.