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  1. ?In the next few days, we will reach 1 million confirmed cases and 50,000 deaths worldwide,? says WHO DG on coronavirus spread
  2. PM says a Rs100 billion package for the construction industry will be announced on Friday to stimulate economic activity
  3. The release of 100 Taliban fighters is the first steps towards a subsequent exchange of 6,000 prisoners
  4. A drop in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic and a plunge in global oil prices contributed to decline in rates
  5. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently self-quarantining along with their 11-month old son Archie
  6. Group notes lack of written labour contracts, inadequate legal protections could heighten problems during the pandemic
  7. FO says New Delhi taking advantage of world's focus on ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to advance BJP?s "sinister" agenda
  8. Ali Wentworth revealed that she been in quarantine ever since she contracted the coronavirus
  9. The Coronavirus has now become the source for scores of people losing their jobs in just months of this virus being discovered. The necessity of staying at home in order to practice social distancing and help the world get over this crisis as efficiently as possible, has brought the global economy to shambles. While people belonging to the middle class are finding it difficult to keep up with their livelihood, others with an even weaker economic background, are completely dependent on donations, charities and the provisions made available by their government. Delhi: Army Wives Welfare Association has prepared 2500 food packets for migrant labourers. The packets will be handed over to government representatives in Delhi Cantt today. pic.twitter.com/3ijlBBKTpW â ANI (@ANI) March 31, 2020 Keeping the same in mind, former Indian cricketers Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh decided to put out a couple of tweets to encourage their followers to look beyond their national boundaries and support former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridiâs NGO, Shahid Afridi Foundation. Hereâs what the cricketers posted online: Harbhajan Singh: The world is passing through extremely testing and unprecedented times.Letâs do our bit to help @SAfridiOfficial @SAFoundationN doing gr8 work plz join hands with them nd contribute what ever u can https://t.co/t9OvfEPp79 for covid19 @wasimakramlive @YUVSTRONG12 @shoaib100mph pic.twitter.com/sB2fxCAQqY â Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) March 29, 2020 âThe world is passing through extremely testing and unprecedented times.Letâs do our bit to help @SAfridiOfficial @SAFoundationN doing gr8 work plz join hands with them nd contribute what ever u can http://donatekarona.com for covid19 @wasimakramlive @YUVSTRONG12 @shoaib100mph,â he wrote. Yuvraj Singh: These are testing times, itâs time to lookout for each other specially the ones who are lesser fortunate. Lets do our bit, I am supporting @SAfridiOfficial & @SAFoundationN in this noble initiative of covid19. Pls donate on https://t.co/yHtpolQbMx #StayHome @harbhajan_singh pic.twitter.com/HfKPABZ6Wh â yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) March 31, 2020 âThese are testing times, itâs time to lookout for each other specially the ones who are lesser fortunate. Lets do our bit, I am supporting @SAfridiOfficial & @SAFoundationN in this noble initiative of covid19. Pls donate on http://donatekarona.com #StayHome @harbhajan_singh,â wrote the former India all-rounder. Happy with the kind of support shown by two great Indian stars of their time, Afridi personally thanked Yuvi and Bhajji for their seamless support to his cause in a tweet of his own: Thank you for all you support-both yourself & my brother @harbhajan_singh are huge pillars of support; this bond we have shows love & peace transgresses borders when it comes to humanity especially. Best wishes to you with your noble endeavours with @YOUWECAN #DonateKaroNa https://t.co/IVhqywdl3q â Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) March 31, 2020 âThank you for all you support-both yourself & my brother @harbhajan_singh are huge pillars of support; this bond we have shows love & peace transgresses borders when it comes to humanity especially. Best wishes to you with your noble endeavours with @YOUWECAN #DonateKaroNa,â wrote the Pakistani athlete. However, not all the followers of the two Indian cricketers were as enthusiastic about donating to Afridiâs cause as their idols. Instead, they used a hashtag: #SHAMEONYUVIBHAJJI to show their rage against them for this âshameful actâ: Extremely sad to see this. U have lost all the respect @harbhajan_singh .. everything. He breaks his TV bcoz his wife was watching programs with hindu rituals. He hates india and indian army. U have done a shameful act. https://t.co/6lTKXAtjvw â Shailendra Singh (@shaksingh) March 31, 2020 They were even called âabsolute jerksâ. From being our heroes to being an absolute jerk.!#ShameOnYuviBhajji #COVID #Covid19India pic.twitter.com/yd6XZbzlWO â SilentLucidity (@ineyhathakur) March 31, 2020 One of the users even asked if they were even Indians or not: Are you Indian or a Pakistani ? â Keep Smiling (@upma23) March 31, 2020 What do you think about this whole situation? Did the Indian cricketers deserve such treatment? Let us know in the comments section. View the full article
  10. Russell Crowe, popular for roles like Maximus from Gladiator, in his time in self-isolation, has found an unlikely bond with actor and comedian, Johny Vegas. Recently, he posted a video on his Twitter account for his 2.7 million followers to spread the word about Johny's charity in hometown of St Helens. However, what's interesting is how drastically different he looks in self-isolation than his usual self. © Twitter/Russel Crowe Johnny is part of this charity group that takes everyday essentials to vulnerable people and key workers in the northwest town. Take look at the video here: If you are in the St.Helens UK area pic.twitter.com/Rp7n4yrcgz â Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) March 31, 2020 Self-isolation has drastically changed the way we groom ourselves. Now, that we're locked up in our houses for days on end, no one cares about social constructs like grooming the beard or dying it for that matter. Russell Crowe's self-isolation look is clearly surprising his fans. In fact. he looked barely recognisable in the video that he posted. This man couldn't believe it was Russell Crowe. Canât fool me, thatâs not Russell Crowe, thatâs David Bellamy putting on a dodgy Ozzie accent! pic.twitter.com/x68LIHUGuV â Global Collapse HQ (@G_C_HQ) March 31, 2020 Some people wanted to clash the two worlds together. Some were treasuring this epic COVID-19 moment. In the end, Johny Vegas was grateful for Russell's contribution. Another satisfied customer via@BrookOA @EcclestonArms @StevePrescott1 team. Thanks for your kind donation, here's our safe distance selfie as promised #StHelensTogether#StayAtHomeAndStaySafe & again, thanks @russellcrowe for spreading the word & morale boost 01744881881 X pic.twitter.com/vsq1NDUgvS â Johnny Vegas (@JohnnyVegasReal) March 31, 2020 Despite the Coronavirus pandemic disrupting our lives and forcing us to go in self-isolation, it is also really bringing us together as well. View the full article
  11. While most of us are safely sitting inside our houses, many people apart from the âhealth warriorsâ are out on the streets working for us. These people include vegetable and fruit sellers, and sanitation workers, who are coming to work every day like itâs just another regular day. © BCCL To pay their respects, residents of Nabha showered flowers on a sanitation worker from their terraces to thank him for the work that he is still doing during the Coronavirus lockdown. Taking to his Twitter, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh wrote along with a video, âPleased to see the applause & affection showered by people of Nabha on the sanitation worker. Itâs heartening to note how adversity is bringing out the intrinsic goodness in all of us. Letâs keep it up & cheer our frontline warriors in this War Against #Covid19.â Check out his tweet here- Pleased to see the applause & affection showered by people of Nabha on the sanitation worker. Itâs heartening to note how adversity is bringing out the intrinsic goodness in all of us. Letâs keep it up & cheer our frontline warriors in this War Against #Covid19. pic.twitter.com/tV2OwVa86w â Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) March 31, 2020 In the video you can see the sanitation worker walking through a colony in Nabha, Punjab with his cart and people are showering flowers on him. Also, the people of the colony thanked him by clapping continuously from their terraces. © BCCL The video has already garnered over 49.4k views and 5k likes on Twitter and it deserves more. People on the internet found the video heartwarming and hereâs what they have to say about the video- True. Beautiful and very moving. â Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) March 31, 2020 Agreed. I agree with you and really hope this virus helps to change attitudes towards sanitation workers and migrants labourers and the poor in society. â ParentStrandedInIndia (@StrandedinIndia) March 31, 2020 Makes sense! Beautiful to see but why are people throwing petals without covering their hands and why are they going up to the sanitation workers with garlands and not keeping appropriate social distance? Not fair to blame this virus on 'foreigners' while promoting inconsistent messages. â ParentStrandedInIndia (@StrandedinIndia) March 31, 2020 Mine as well! Made my day â Abhishek Gupta (@AYPgupta) March 31, 2020 Exactly. oh mannnnn!!! my day is madeeee!!!! â Anjali_Sharmaâ®ï¸ (@TribeccaaAngie) March 31, 2020 Yes⦠Very thoughtful of residents�� â arun (@arunsharma1968) March 31, 2020 So true. Just because a leader is there to lead and set an example, Hats off to your leadership. â Shiv Kumar (@ShivMehra07) March 31, 2020Meanwhile, the Coronavirus cases in India have crossed 1500 so far and the virus has killed around 50 people. © BCCL The virus is spreading dismally and the whole country is on a lockdown to protect everyone from the outbreak of the pandemic. View the full article
  12. At the moment, this lockdown situation is not the only thing that is extremely trying but people around are doing some crazy things that are actually quite cringe-worthy. In an unusual incident that took place on Sunday in Washington, a man was arrested. And for a super bizarre reason. No, it was not for rash driving or drunk driving, but he actually made his Pitbull sit in the driver's seat and made him drive the car at a high-speed. Really disappointing, must say. © iStock According to reports, the man was driving quite erratically and recklessly. The troopers attempted to stop the suspect's car. When the car finally stopped, it wasn't a man but a Pitbull sitting in the driver's seat as it turns out the man had been accelerating and steering the car. © iStock Officials have also reported that the man was driving over 100 mph. The 51-year-old Lakewood man tried to evade as much as he could and drove recklessly on Centennial Trail, a trail for pedestrians and bicyclists. Luckily, no one was hurt during this incident. Later, the troopers were successful in ending this chase. The man has been charged many felonies that include drugs and rash driving as well. After he was booked, he simply had one answer that he was trying to 'teach his dog to drive a car.' © iStock The Washington State Patrol has taken everything into consideration and this man has now been charged for hit and run and reckless endangerment. The bond has been set to $8,500. On this, Axtman also added "I've been a trooper for almost 12 years and wow, I've never heard this excuse. I've been in a lot of high-speed chases, I've stopped a lot of cars, and never have I gotten an excuse that they were teaching their dog how to drive." © iStock As far as the dog is concerned, he has been sent to an animal shelter while the owner is now arrested. This is an insane act and no one has the right to put anyone else's life in danger. View the full article
  13. âSix weeks ago, Dr. Erin Bruce, an anesthesiologist, and her husband, Dr. Michael Szava-Kovats, had their first child, a daughter. He agonizes over the thought of exposing his young daughter and wife to infection. He accepts that he may get coronavirus. The risks to his family are outside his comfort zone, he says.â This is the story, Dr. Szava-Kovats shared with The Guardian in a recent interview - words that must have echoed in the young ER specialistâs head as he shifted into an empty apartment owned by some friends. After five days of risky, back-to-back work at his resident hospital in Calgary, Canada, the loneliness begins to set in - worry about the future, the thought of not being able to hold his newborn child and support his wife during one of the most difficult medical crises the entire world has faced. He finds some comfort in routine - calling Dr. Bruce at the same time each day, meditating to calm himself before work and bolstering himself with the camaraderie of his team... but sometimes, things are just too much. âItâs hard because I want to be with my family. I am not doing this because I want to,â he says. Dr. Szava-Kovatsâ story is nothing short of heartbreaking - but it represents the daily reality for thousands of doctors, nurses and other medical professionals across the world, from New York City to rural clinics in sub-Saharan Africa. Here are a few stories from the lives of these selfless heroes, detailing the sacrifices theyâve had to make for us - sometimes paying with their very lives. Dr. Li Wenliang, Wuhan Dr. Wenliang was an ophthalmologist from Wuhan Central Hospital. He posted his story on Chinese social network Weibo from a hospital bed a month after sending out his initial warning. The 34-year-old had noticed seven cases of a virus that he thought looked like Sars - the virus that led to a global epidemic in 2003 - which turned out to be an early discovery of the now infamous Coronavirus strain. Despite his desperate pleas for caution, the Chinese government accused him of âspreading rumoursâ and âseverely disturbing social orderâ - a month later while in hospital, he shared the above video that went viral, and tragically passed away in early February. Several Chinese citizens stormed social media in fury - âThe truth will always be treated as a rumour,â read one comment on Weibo. âHow long are you going to lie? Are you still lying? What else do you have to hide?â Nurse Naser Ali Al-Shahrani, Riyadh#Watch: Saudi doctor weeps as he follows #socialdistancing advice as #COVID19 crisis continues and refuses to hug his child as he returns home from the hospital pic.twitter.com/KZvQtrOqAy â Arab News (@arabnews) March 25, 2020 In a heartbreaking video coming in from Saudi Arabia where the number of coronavirus cases have soared past 1,500, Naser Ali Al-Shahrani, a nurse practicing at King Salman Hospital, came home from a day of duty to find his young son Mohamed ecstatic to see him. Heartbreakingly, the medical professional was moved to tears when he realised that touching his son would put him at risk to contract the virus, and the confused boy is seen backing away from his emotionally distressed father. Dr. Sanjay Kumar Dhoteja, Punjab Doctors all over the country have been pleading with the general population to stay at home, while simultaneously working round the clock to care for patients suffering from the virus - and Punjabâs medical professionals are no exception. In a video shared by BBC News Punjab, Dr. Dhoteja along with his colleagues appealed to the public in an emotional outburst. âI havenât gone home for the last one month,â he said. âI got to go home for a couple days, 15 days ago⦠but I have a two month old baby at home.â Breaking down into tears, the doctor continued, âplease, stay at home, donât come outside. Please prevent this sickness from spreading. A very big problem has come into the country⦠you arenât able to see it, but we are.â Dr. Chen, Wuhan Remember, every single doctor out there on the front lines is someoneâs son or daughter - and watching them take on a disease with no discovered cure can be downright harrowing. In Dr. Chenâs case, the young medical professional from Wuhan had to quarantine himself after developing possible symptoms. Despite requesting his family to maintain a 2-metre distance at all times, his mother would show up each day at his apartment - carrying supplies and food to feed her son while breaking down emotionally. Dr. Chenâs sister who shot the viral video, says, âWe were so sad to see her crying like this. I cried too. Itâs a difficult time for doctors and for medical workerâs families - I hope all frontline medical workers can protect themselves.â She now collects supplies for hospitals in need. Fortunately, her prayers were answered when her brother eventually emerged from his quarantine without any symptoms. Nurse Kious Kelly, New York City When news of Kellyâs status reached his only sibling Marya Patrice Sherron, it was already too late - the 48-year old nurse was already being intubated in the ICU at New York City's Mount Sinai West hospital. Kelly, who had asthma, told them it was mild and that he was doing fine. "Heâs always been protective of me [and] my parents. I knew he didnât want them to worry," Sherron said. "I asked him a couple more questions, and he said he canât talk. 'I choke if I try. Canât breathe. I love you,'" Sherron recalled him saying. "And he said he was tired and he would lay down and wanted to go to sleep." Six days later, on Tuesday evening, the hospital informed her family that Kelly had tragically succumbed to the virus. Amidst a massive pouring in of support, condolences and financial assistance with Kellyâs funeral, his sister also received a scathing, hateful comment that targeted the heroic nurse for his sexuality - âsuggesting that [Kelly's death] didnât matter because he was a gay maleâ. Despite these disgusting displays of inhumane behaviour, Sherron has been overwhelmed by the massive amount of positive support her family has received during this tough ordeal. "Itâs humbling. Itâs unreal, really,â she said to Buzzfeed News. âYou feel like youâre not alone going through this." If you know any medical workers caught up in the forefront of this pandemic - do reach out to them today with a kind word or two - every little bit helps. View the full article
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