India Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday asserted that the nation is fighting two “wars” against China, one at the border and another with coronavirus — which originated from the neighbouring country — and expressed confidence that India will win both the wars. “Today we are fighting two wars against China – one at the border and another against the virus from China. Our 20 brave soldiers did not back down, we will also…"India will win war against both China and its virus"
Wholesale food inflation in April 2020 eased to 3.60% as against 5.49% in March, the truncated wholesale price-based (WPI) data for April showed on Thursday. The government released truncated data for April WPI saying there was a limited transaction of products in the market due to the outbreak of COVID-19. “In view of the limited transactions of products in the wholesale market in the month of April, 2020, due to spread of Covid-19 pandemic, it…"Wholesale food inflation eases to 3.6% in April"
IRCTC on Monday said the booking for special trains that are to start services from Delhi on May 12 will begin at 6 pm after the website of the service provider crashed due to heavy traffic. 15 pairs of trains will be run as special trains from New Delhi station connecting Dibrugarh, Agartala, Howrah, Patna, Bilaspur, Ranchi, Bhubaneswar, Secunderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram, Madgaon, Mumbai Central, Ahmedabad and Jammu Tawi. Related:- Tips for Protecting your Social…"IRCTC website server down, bookings for trains"
Long queues of booze lovers was a common sight outside liquor shops in Delhi after the government allowed such stores to open from May 4. The long line made the job of authorities harder as the social distancing guidelines, in place to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, went for the toss. Now the Delhi government has found a way to stop the crowds from gathering outside liquor stores. The Arvind Kejriwal government on…"Want to buy liquor in Delhi? Take e-token"
Coronavirus Amid coronavirus scare at a school in Noida, the health authorities have said the building is being sanitised and blood samples of five families have been sent for examination. The health authorities swung into action on Tuesday after they received reports that a school in Noida had asked parents to take their kids home since some children had attended a birthday party organised by the person who was on Monday tested positive for coronavirus.…"Coronavirus scare at two Noida schools over party"