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Future Group stocks tank, Future Retail hits 5% lower circuit for 13th day

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Abbott India up 19% as parent firm gets US FDA nod for rapid COVID-19 test

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No plan to extend 21-day coronavirus lockdown: Govt quashes rumours

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Those who entered UP after March 1 to undergo medicals

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Amarinder allows factories to open with riders, industry questions move

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The Sixth in Three Days, Another Earthquake of 4.5 Magnitude Rocks Chamba in Himachal

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12 New Cases in Maharashtra, Top Court To Hear Petition On Migrant Exodus

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Army doctor and a JCO test positive

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Cop writes ‘stay away from me’ on youth’s forehead

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Last call of man who died walking: Lene aa sakte ho toh aa jao

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Informal sector workers not registered, officials flag problems in paying wages

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Saving the Saviours: Why India Should Prioritise Health of Its Doctors, Nurses Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Coronavirus Pandemic LIVE Updates: Trump Says Peak Death Rate Likely in 2 Weeks as US Sees 518 Fatalities in 24 hours; 27 Dead in India

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Nobel laureates Abhijit Banerjee, Duflo to aid Bengal awareness drive

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Impact of total shutdown will up toll: Rahul Gandhi

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275 more brought back from Iran

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Cases cross 1,000, govt sets up 11 groups to fight spread

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PM Modi Shares 3D Animated Videos of Him Doing Yoga to Show How He Stays Fit

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'Brooklyn 99' Might Have Predicted the Crisis Caused by Coronavirus Years Ago

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No shortage of petrol, diesel, LPG amid coronavirus lockdown: HPCL chairman

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Dhoni just wanted to earn Rs 30 lakh and live peacefully in Ranchi: Jaffar

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PM Modi shares 3D animated videos of him practising yoga

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COVID-19 impact: How this family of 11 reached their home, 906 km away, in two days

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A labourer, who began his long trudge from Virar on Thursday last week along with 10 members of his family, amid the lockdown that has brought the country to a standstill, reached his village in the Pali district of Rajasthan on Saturday afternoon. Pappu Singh alias Akash, 22, and his two nephews traversed the entire 906 kilometres in approximately 55 hours. The other relatives, who were behind them, reached on Sunday. While they walked for 125 kilometres, the rest of the distance was covered by hitching rides After reaching his village, Kalab Khurd, Pappu recorded a video thanking Boisar Crime Branch officer Bhimsen Gaikwad for his help. Pappu also apologised to Assistant Police Inspector Gaikwad for having lied to him. According to the video message, Pappu has a diploma in solar energy from a government institute in Rajasthan. He has also trained as an electrician. Pappu had given his name as Prakash and said that the kids were his own. He came to the city in the beginning of March a..
                 

Covid-19: Investors bullish on US stocks, but doubt looms despite rally

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Covid-19 crisis: Goa govt allows Swiggy, Zomato to deliver food, groceries

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Curfew Mata Mandir shuts its gates, but hears prayers

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US healthcare workers fight coronavirus amid shortages, fear, and despair

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Outlook & trading strategies for Copper, Gold by Tradebulls Securities

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Covid-19: A chance for Modi govt to show its humane side to Kashmiris

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Maha: 5 vehicles with over 140 people stopped; drivers held

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Over 130 labourers and 13 members of two families were stopped while they were trying to leave Maharashtra in goods vehicles amid the nationwide lockdown, police said on Monday. Five drivers have been arrested in this connection, they said. During checking in Sewree area here on Sunday night, the police intercepted a truck carrying 53 labourers to Balrampur in Uttar Pradesh and arrested its driver Shahban Ziyaullah Rehmani (44), sub-inspector Kiran Mandre said. A mini tempo trying to ferry six members of a family to Rajasthan was also stopped in the same area and the vehicle's driver Zaheer Akbarali Ahmed was arrested, he said. The labourers found in the truck used to work in commercial godowns, hotels and shops in Mumbai. The workers as well as the six family members found in the mini tempo were left off, he added. Two more trucks carrying 78 labourers to Uttar Pradesh were stopped in Ganesh Nagar area on Sunday night and their drivers - Kamal Shah (41) and Lalji Pancham..
                 

Leopard-like animal spotted in Chandigarh's Sector 5, police ask residents to stay indoors

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A leopard-like animal was spotted in Chandigarh's upscale Sector 5 residential area on Monday morning, following which police made announcements in the area asking people to stay indoors. Even though the police said the animal was a leopard, wildlife activists are not sure about the claim. "After the leopard was spotted, we made announcements asking people to stay indoors," Station House Officer (SHO), Sector 3 Police Station, Inspector Jaspal Singh said. However, wildlife activists said they were not sure that the animal was a leopard, adding that efforts were on to catch it. Singh said the animal has entered a house in Sector 5. "So far, the wild animal has not harmed anyone. After it was spotted in the morning, we alerted wildlife officials and now they are trying to take it out of the house safely," he told PTI. The SHO said it was not immediately known from where the animal could have come. With people staying indoors during the 21-day nationwide lockdown, wild animals, including..
                 

After 277 km in 6 days, group of 16 labourers starts 600 km trudge to reach hometown

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Coronavirus impact: Mumbai's good samaritans home deliver to senior citizens

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Amid the lockdown to fight Coronavirus, the Cuffe Parade Residents Association (CPRA) is ensuring restrictions don't cause too much hassle to residents in the locality. With over 60 buildings and societies in Cuffe Parade, the CPRA swung into action from March 22. Initially, it encouraged the residents to help each other out, especially the senior citizens living alone, as house help and cooks couldn't come anymore due to the lockdown. The association then negotiated with restaurants in the locality for subscription of meals to societies, and on Sunday, the first set of orders was delivered. "It [the service] will be subscription based and we have managed to get it at a good 30 to 40 per cent discount. A vegetarian thaali will cost R250 and a non-vegetarian thaali R270 inclusive of all taxes and delivery charges. We have also taken all precaution of hygiene and safety," CPRA president Aditi Jain told mid-day. Former India women's captain Diana Edulji, who was among the first residents..
                 

Noida Top Cop Says Police to be Polite, Not Stop Those Carrying Essential Items During Lockdown

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India coronavirus dispatch: Dealing with Covid-19 after the lockdown

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Covid-19 Factoid: Coronavirus becoming more fatal, and 3 other data trends

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Stocks enough, but crisis of migrants worries govt

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Def min staff, forces to contribute 500cr

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In Kerala, only 4 coronavirus cases out of 202 needed to be put under critical care

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COVID-19 impact: Man tries to revive farming in Palghar; left with 4 tonnes unsold watermelons

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Out of the 100 families at Ainshet village in Palghar's Vada taluka, around 25-30 have owned farming land for generations. "We are surrounded by the Vaitarna River on three sides and the Vada city on the other. Until 20 ago, we grew vegetables and fruits like chikoo, mango, coconut and bananas," said Rohan Thakare. Twenty years ago, with liberalisation, each home saw the rise of government servants and contractors, and farming took a back seat. Thakare, too, moved to Thane in 2007 to study management and now he runs a security company with technology partners in Israel. The barter system he started to help the villagers during the lockdown "A lot of my work took me to Israel. We use their technology for smart city solutions, cyber security and command and control centre," said Thakare, adding that his partners there are also into farming. "Every time I visit Israel, they take me to one of their farms. They have a very systematic approac; they segregate and pack the produce on the farm..
                 

Punjab Doctor Says Struggling to Get Tested for Covid-19 Since 3 Days, Tweets CM for Help

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West Bengal reports second coronavirus death, total positive cases at 21

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Covid-19: White House estimates 200,000 Americans could die in worst case

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His quarantine doesn’t end even after 2 months

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COVID-19 impact: 'People jumping quarantine are going out on holidays'

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The situation is fast turning worrisome with people defying the government's lockdown orders to stay indoors. Above all, those told to self-quarantine are holidaying in Alibaug, Matheran and other places, said most of the doctors mid-day spoke to on Sunday. While many health care workers and doctors, on the front line of the fight against Coronavirus, in Mumbai and Palghar haven't returned home since the lockdown, most are able to see their familie for just a few hours. Even as they continue to work round the clock to contain the disease, some people are blatantly ignoring their advise and risking infecting others. The doctors said when health workers visited the homes of self-quarantined people, they found the doors locked, and on asking around, the neighbours told them that they have gone on a holiday with their family. Doctors ask people to follow home quarantine guidelines "My children and husband wait every night for me to come home for dinner, but my duty keeps me at the hospital..
                 

Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant's Towel from Farewell Game Fetches Rs 25 Lakh at Virtual Auction

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Kobe Bryant's Towel Fetches $33,000 At Auction: Report

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Body suits, sanitizers, and N99 masks: DRDO gears up to fight coronavirus

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Prohibitory orders issued in Kottayam, day after migrant workers stage stir

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Mumbai Diary: Monday Dossier

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The gym life While Mumbai is under lockdown, a man works out at an open gym in Matunga. Pic/Shadab K Khan Parents, take the online route In a lockdown, when parents and children are stuck at home dealing with an unexpected situation, a lot of anxiety comes into play. It's what led Chennai-based NGO Nalandaway Foundation to launch Art for Wellbeing - A Parent's Guide. It's an online platform that helps parents and children alike identify emotions, and work with coping strategies and easy art-based activities that take the load off. Soon after the launch, their website crashed twice in two days due to traffic. Sriram Iyer "We are transferring our anxiety to kids. They are intelligent and aware but unable to process these restrictions, and parents lack skills to engage and explain the scenario to them. There are proven methods where art can help with coping and our objective is to provide them with a self-resource, keeping in mind the developmental needs of all age groups. It is a combin..
                 

New York state's coronavirus death toll surpasses 1,000 in 16 days

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States rush to give migrants food, and some hope

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COVID-19 impact: Restaurant body asks landlords for rent waivers

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After writing to the Centre for a deferment of various payments, the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) has written an open letter to landlords asking for a waiver on rent and CAM (Common Area Maintenance) from March to at least June. Landlords, however, have asked how they can do that when they too have business to run. NRAI has also asked for a waiver of minimum guaranteed rents for six months post resumption and a 50 per cent reduction of CAM for the same period. It has also proposed a revenue-sharing deal not exceeding 10 per cent for six months after operations resume. The letter from Anurag Katriar, President, NRAI and CEO of deGustibus Hospitality, reads, "This appeal is aimed at ensuring our mere survival during such extraordinarily troubled times; we aren't trying to profiteer at the expense of the landlords." Sai Sagar restaurant in Bandra West wears a deserted look. Pic/Bipin Kokate Restaurant landlords work in two ways — the first category earns rent from..
                 

Top headlines: Extended financial year recommended, surge in premium views

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Market Ahead, March 30: Top Factors That Could Guide Markets This Week

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Nurse writes to virus: You are in the wrong place

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Delhi police detects fake UPI ID created to cheat PM CARES donors; blocked

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Congress slams 'thoughtless' lockdown, links it to demonetisation

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PM Modi condoles death of IAF veteran

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ADB to invest USD 100 million in Indian infrastructure sector via NIIF

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Multilateral institution Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Monday announced a USD 100 million funding for the Indian infrastructure sector through the government-promoted NIIF. The Manila-based body will be investing in the National Investment and Infrastructure Fund's (NIIF) fund of funds which will ensure that the actual money invested will be a few times more than the USD 100 million. The investment announcement comes at a critical time for India, as the already sagging economic growth is feared to be taking a heavy hit due to the coronavirus pandemic. ADB's commitment to NIIF fund of funds during these extraordinary and challenging times is highly meaningful, NIIF's managing director and chief executive Sujoy Bose said. He added that the commitment should be seen as reflective of ADB's confidence in the continued growth and potential of the Indian economy, its skilled private equity fund managers and the large pool of determined entrepreneurs who seek capital to grow and strengthen ...
                 

Lack of coordination with Centre, Bihar govt wakes up to migrant crisis

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Reports of Extension of 21-day Coronavirus Lockdown 'Baseless', No Such Plans, Says Govt

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Coronavirus: Shooter Manu Bhaker Donates Rs 1 Lakh To Relief Fund

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MARKET LIVE: SGX Nifty sheds 200 pts, suggests a lower start in Indian mkts

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North Korea 'successfully' tests 'super-large' multiple rocket launcher

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Trains on 20 more routes to transport smaller cargo

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Delhi officers overseeing movement of migrants face Centre action

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Pay salaries without cut: Bengal govt to private employers

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Film Songs, Food Packets, Lots of Empathy: How Mumbai Cops are Policing Slums Amid Covid-19 Lockdown

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Delhi Police Detect Fake UPI ID Created to Cheat PM CARES Donors; Blocked

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Coronavirus: ITTF suspends all events till June 30, freezes world rankings

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Truckers refusing to deliver essentials to virus-hit cities

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No more essential and non-essential: curbs on goods transport lifted

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COVID-19 in Mumbai: Over 17,000 cattle in Aarey could die of starvation

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Over 17,000 cattle that provide 1.25 lakh litres of milk to the city on a daily basis from Aarey Milk Colony, could starve as fodder from other states has not arrived for them due to the lockdown. The cattle owners have only one week left and have requested the government to allow the trucks of cattle feed to reach Mumbai. According to the cattle owners, the fodder comes from the interiors of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Telangana and Karnataka but due to the lockdown and implementation of section 144, the trucks cannot be loaded, as more than four workers are unable to gather. The cattle owners want the government to allow inter-state cattle fodder trucks to ply. Pics/Rane Ashish As the state borders are closed too, suppliers from other states don't want to take the risk. The dry fodder also comes from Palghar district and there have been instances in the past couple of days where trucks carrying it have been stopped at district borders. Recently a truck was stopped near Vasai by highway pol..