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  1. The pandemic is far from coming to an end and the chances of a vaccine also seem bleak but the Delhi government has now opened the metro trains nearly after five months. The metro services were closed all across the nation due to the country-wide lockdown. Now, the metro trains are up and running across all cities but with the only limited operation. The people are supposed to follow strict metro regulations amid pandemic to contain the spreading of the virus. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also took to Twitter saying, "happy that the Metro is starting from today and "good arrangements" have been made, the Chief Minister put in a word of caution and said, "We all should not be negligent in taking precautions". Check out the post here- मुझे ख़ुशी है कि आज से मेट्रो शुरू हो रही है। मेट्रो ने अच्छे इंतज़ाम किए हैं। हम सबको भी सावधानी बरतने में कोई लापरवाही नहीं करनी। https://t.co/bFUz9XXk74 — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 7, 2020 A commuter told ANI, “Passengers need to take all precautions while travelling. Service hours should be gradually extended.” However, Delhi metro posted happy faces of passengers while they were seen commuting in Delhi Metro comfortably. A few happy faces from our first journey after more than 5 months. #MetroBackOnTrack pic.twitter.com/mIuVK9wHGp — Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (@OfficialDMRC) September 7, 2020 People also said that it is a great move by the Delhi government and passengers just have to follow some precautionary rules to keep themselves safe. People taking the #DelhiMetro on the first day of resumption of services say, "It is a very good move. Metro rail helps save time and money. Passengers need to take all precautions while travelling. Service hours should be gradually extended." pic.twitter.com/f6I3Z2aGxH — ANI (@ANI) September 7, 2020 Here’s what people have to say about the government’s decision to open Metro trains amid a pandemic- All the best ! — Prince Aggarwal (@freakishmee92) September 7, 2020As long as re-opening metros does not lead to a surge in cases, it is fine. It is an aspect that should be regularly noted in order to see if its safe to open public transport. — Reyansh Madan (@madan_reyansh) September 7, 2020Great Effort... — Anil Kumar Dalal (@anil_dalal1501) September 7, 2020Challenging responsibility, good luck — Lakhan singh Meena Khirkhira (@7870lakhan) September 7, 2020@CMOMaharashtra @uddhavthackeray @mybmc When will the Mumbaikars see these happy faces in Metro!!! — Mohit Andurkar (@mohitsmartlove) September 7, 2020The Home Ministry has issued strict guidelines allowing Metro services in the country to resume operations in a graded manner. The rules revolve majorly around contactless travel in the metro and no tokens being issues. The passengers will only sit on alternate seats and will have to wear a mask at all times. Stoppage time at each station has also increased to maintain proper social distancing. There will be no stoppage in containment zones according to the rules and regulations. View the full article
  2. September has finally brought with it some good news for all of us. On Tuesday, people in Delhi woke up to the cleanest air it breathed in years, as the national capital recorded its air quality in the “good” category, with experts attributing it to favourable wind speed and good rains last month. The city recorded an air quality index (AQI) of 48 at 9 am on September 1st. Suprabhatam! And hello September!! Cleanest Delhi air since air quality index measurement began in 2015! Have a super day friends! pic.twitter.com/r4U6tSxtnp — Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) September 1, 2020 Let us tell you which level is considered safe and which is severe. Air Quality Index (AQI): 1. 0-50 is taken as good air quality 2. 51-100 is satisfactory 3. 101-200 is moderate. 4. 201-300 is poor 5. 301-400 is very poor which causes problems like asthma and many other lung problems. 6. 401-500 is considered severe which causes the death of asthma patients and breathing problems. People on social media gave mixed reactions to this piece of news. Some were extremely happy with this development while others saw this as temporary, given that from next month onwards stubble burning will begin in nearby states - which is one of the main causes of pollution in Delhi. Check out some of the reactions here: And credit goes to @ArvindKejriwal — Suraj Kumar (@iamsurajka) September 1, 2020 Wait for another 3 months. — Neville (@NeViLLe_bt) September 1, 2020 Yep. Cleanest air because nothing's running. Another act of God. — Jyoti Singh (@synchronise1857) September 1, 2020 Let’s hope it lasts! — Ordinary Indian (@indian_ordinary) September 1, 2020 Stubble burning is coming next month. — Diddy🧢 (@immune_soul) September 1, 2020 At last some positive news — Krishna Nohwal (@KrishnaNohwal) September 1, 2020 Earlier on Monday, the city recorded a 24-hour average AQI of 41 which was the lowest since the Central Pollution Control Board started maintaining air quality records in 2015. Isn’t this phenomenal? According to reports, it was the fifth “good” day in terms of air quality this year. AQI values were 45, 50, 50 and 45 on March 28, August 13, August 20 and August 24, respectively. In fact, the AQI value remained between 50 and 70 on most days in August. Also, 2020 has been the cleanest year in terms of air quality, as it has recorded the maximum number of good-air days, so far. Of course, this could largely be because of the nationwide lockdown due to the Coronavirus global health scare. PTI quoted a Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) official saying that the improvement in air quality can be attributed to favourable weather — good wind speed and rainfall and curbs due to COVID-19 pandemic. Finally some respite amid this dreary atmosphere we are living in and we truly hope this lasts. (With inputs from PTI) View the full article
  3. Delhi folks are known for their love of loud music, chicken tikka te daaru and crazy party scenes which can often leave neighbours complaining. But given the current scenario in the country, the call for physical distancing has ensured that such hip parties don’t get to see the light of the day, literally. But did you think any of that or the government’s rules could stop a hardcore Delhiite from not attending a bash when given the chance? Hell no. And that’s exactly what the 31 people, who were detained by the police at a West Delhi nightclub, were caught doing. © Pexels Flouting all safety directions related to Coronavirus in the city, 31 people were recently arrested for attending a party at a nightclub with a very ominous name, Playgue. As for all the jazz that came with the party, attendees were served hookah and liquor, which is currently banned due to the COVID-19 outbreak. As for Playgue, it reportedly served as a restaurant by the day and a nightclub after sunset. Fate left its side on Tuesday night when people noticed a number of cars lined up outside its premises and informed the police. © Pexels Upon their arrival, the police found that people were busy smoking and dancing on the dance floor. After looking around the club they confiscated four quarters along with seven bottles of booze. Reportedly, the nightclub owners were also attending the party and have been now booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Act, Excise Act, Epidemics Diseases Act, Disaster Management Act and Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act. © Pexels At a time when Delhi is reporting more than 1,500 COVID-19 cases on a daily basis, and given the steep rise in positive cases across the country, it serves these people right to be penalised for not only risking their lives but also others they could have ended up infecting in the future. Even people on Twitter are amused by this incident: I love EVERYTHING about this story of how Delhi can't stop being Delhi even for a hot minute. 1. A nightclub named Playgue 2. in West Delhi 3. masquerading as a take-away facility 4. serving liquor & hookah to patrons 5. in the middle of a pandemic ... https://t.co/2RysG7y6Fj — Karanjeet Kaur (@Kaju_Katri) July 17, 2020 Most likely. Sad indeed. The sad part is all of these people would be rich enough to afford medical treatment if the need arises — Phalguni Aneja (@phalgunianeja) July 17, 2020 Standing up to terrible expectations. That's so Delhi. pic.twitter.com/qAZsYZm3Mv — Natasha Gupta (@Jhola_chick) July 17, 2020 Some humour in the times of corona. They are called Playgue. How seriously they must take epidemics! — Meera (@M_e_e_r_a_) July 17, 2020 View the full article
  4. In a rather disturbing development, an animal rights activist and her team were allegedly assaulted by a group of locals in Delhiâs Rani Bagh area, for trying to sterilise the local stray dogs. 33-year-old Ayesha Christina Benn, who is the founder of NGO âNeighbourhood Woofâ, posted a video on the internet narrating the incident of the attack, which went viral on social media. Aayesha Christina running animal shelter - "Neighborhoodwoof" in #Delhi. She and her helping mates were beaten while rescuing dogs. Why there is so much cruelties?@Cmodelhi @ArvindKejriwal@CPDelhi @DelhiPolice @LtGovDelhi @Manekagandhibjp @gauri_maulekhi @asharmeet02 pls help. pic.twitter.com/OsrwNhl1GZ â Streetdogsofbombay #Feedastrayeveryday (@streetdogsof) July 4, 2020 âThere were some unfriendly dogs and we were about to catch the last one when a father-son duo came and started questioning one of my team members very rudely. He just told them that they can speak to me instead,â she said. The duo then allegedly started yelling at the team and even abused them, questioning their work and saying, âwe can even steal their children like thisâ. The issue then escalated when the locals allegedly blocked her car and vandalised the windows and windshields to pull the team out of the vehicle. âWe ran for our lives, else they would have either killed us or at least thrashed us brutally,â Christina said. -Ayesha Christina with 3 more was beaten by mob in Rani Bagh, while they were rescuing dogs. -They somehow reached to Adarsh Nagar Police station with their broken car to save their lives. -She has shattered pieces of glass all over her face & body!@DelhiPolice @Manekagandhibjp pic.twitter.com/VyIsV86ZRv â Adv. Ashutosh J Dubey (@iamashu123) July 3, 2020 A bleeding Christina, who appeared to have suffered multiple cuts on her face, did a Facebook Live from the Azadpur Police Station, where she claimed that her complaint was not being registered by the senior police officials. However, on Saturday, she lodged her complaint at the Rani Bagh police station. People on Twitter reacted to her viral video in droves and are now demanding the accused be identified and brought to justice. This is so disturbing. Look at the volunteers of neighborhood woofs AYESHA cristina & her team who have done many things for homeless dogs,animals were beaten up in Rani Bagh (delhi). Ayesha stands bleeding at police station Azadpur and they refuse to register FIR.@DelhiPolice pic.twitter.com/bGxJGAzqLn â Tripat Bhatti (@TripatBhatti) July 4, 2020Ayesha Christina and 3 other people were beaten up for rescuing dogs in Rani Bagh area in Delhi. These people are paying for doing something noble but what is the police and the government doing?@DelhiPolice @ArvindKejriwal @noopurpatel_ @raghav_chadha https://t.co/e6AILoSV2u pic.twitter.com/b8Kj0yCsD3 â Sinha (@heysristi) July 4, 2020Delhi is a brutal city and in these times has become even worse. Itâs citizenry is brutal and brutalised. This is the 2nd time that Ayesha Christina of Neighbourhood Woof has been physically assaulted for simply doing her job. https://t.co/RlHMeGTxgZ â Radha Khan (@RadhaKhn) July 5, 2020When will the mob culture in our country finally come to an end? View the full article
  5. For the majority of the country, this has been the toughest time they've ever had to go through. We can try to empathize with everyone who was left stranded due to the pandemic but we will never truly know the hardships they've had to go through, the hardships they're still going through. There are plenty of stories about people trying to get home and even with everything stacked against them, they're resilient and doing anything they can to survive. We would also like to bring focus on people who were left with no place to call home and that is what 70-year-old Leelavati Dubey had faced during the lockdown. © Mojo Story/Youtube Recently, Barkha Dutt did a report of her where she talked to her about her current situation and how she ended up alone at Bandra's railway station with just one bag and a packet of biscuits.Her story is one of the most heart-wrenching things ever; she had travelled to Mumbai from Delhi to take care of her son but was thrown out soon after and was left stranded during the lockdown. In tears, she narrated the horrific story and how her son even beat her up while drunk. Emotionally talking about just how alone she was since her husband's death, she said she would even probably have to resort to begging as she had no money with her. She was trying to get back to Delhi but even there, she had nowhere to go since all her children didn't want to deal with her and called paagal. We went back to Bandra Station to meet Leelavati, a 70 year old abandoned lady whose story you saw @themojo_in. She was given room to sleep by Railway Police, staff donated money, she'll be on a train to Delhi today. We'll find her a home. Watch her story https://t.co/RY8BVN8glG pic.twitter.com/ipYMTEVhhr â barkha dutt (@BDUTT) May 31, 2020 Even Barkha Dutt seemed to break down while talking to her and listening to all the atrocities she has faced by her own children nonetheless. But, then came the power of the internet and the happy ending. A couple of days ago, Barkha Dutt reported that she was given a room to sleep and was going to be on the train to Delhi. @themojo_in and @BDUTT got Leelavati ji to Delhi! She is safe, and happy Soon her words on @themojo_in pic.twitter.com/Ardv7EnVh9 â Karishma Asoodani (@tweettokarishma) June 1, 2020 Then came the best news ever and proof that the internet can actually help save lives. Social entrepreneur Kiran Verma has decided to take responsibility for her the internet's beloved 'Leelavati Dadi' and has essentially 'adopted' her. Sharing the news on Twitter, he was delighted to announce that he has been blessed with another grandmother. I am really humbled to see the kindness of @SanjayAzadSln ji. He was not a politician today, he was a son to her providing the best possible support.@BDUTT my salute to your journalism through which, I am blessed with another Grandmother. Thank you everyone. https://t.co/WEUkgWHHXf â Kiran Verma (@VermaKiran) June 1, 2020 This is the most wholesome ending ever and I'm so glad she has found a family that is worthy of her. So guys here is the update on #Leelavati Dadi. She has been tested for #COVID19 and we are waiting to get the report. But to make her safe we won't bring her out for three four days. She is doing great and very happy with us. Anyone can Whatsapp me at 9810670347 and talk to her pic.twitter.com/AQcpS2q8Jm â Kiran Verma (@VermaKiran) June 1, 2020 Look at that smile! Hopefully, all of her kids who abandoned her, especially during a time like this, realise their mistake before it's too late. View the full article
  6. With international and domestic flights being cancelled since March, a bunch of people were left stranded everywhere as they failed to fly back home. While almost everyone was able to actually figure out the situation and reach a safe place, a man from Germany cannot go anywhere and is stuck at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. Basically, after getting stranded due to coronavirus, his country has even refused to claim him and he's currently living at the freaking airport. It's just like that Tom Hanks movie The Terminal come to life. © Amblin Entertainment 40-year-old Edgard Ziebat was on his way to Istanbul from Hanoi on March 18 when his flight got cancelled. And, since he has a criminal record, the German government is not willing to take custody of him since he is in a foreign land and he's not getting an Indian visa for the same reason. An officer from the airport said, "After spending around a week in the transit area, with four other stranded passengers who arrived in Delhi on different dates â two from Sri Lanka and one each from the Maldives and the Philippines â airport authorities alerted their respective embassies." © Twitter He went on, "While others were facilitated by their embassies concerned and were taken for quarantine, officials from the German embassy informed the Indian bureau of immigration that Ziebat is a wanted criminal in their country with several cases of assault and other crimes registered against him. Since he was on foreign land, they did not take his custody. The Delhi Police and airport operator DIAL (Delhi International Airport Limited) were also apprised of the situation." So now, he's just living in the transit area of the airport because he obviously cannot leave without having a visa. For the last 54 days, he's reportedly been hanging out around the airport reading magazines and newspapers and talking to the staff. The airport authorities have also helped him by providing him with a recliner, mosquito net, food and other basic essential items. © Amblin Entertainment The officer added, "He told officials that he can manage his expenses. He sleeps on the beds, benches, on the floors, wherever he feels like. He is alone in the transit area as it is not being used because the airport is closed for passengers." Now, he's just waiting for the flights to resume flying but it really looks like it's going to be a while. Well, whatever the case, this would be one hell of a pandemic story to tell people in the future. View the full article
  7. Finally, everyone's prayers have been answered, thekas will finally open, but conditions apply, of course Ever since the lockdown began, there was just one thing literally everyone could agree on - daaru chahiye - and people just wanted a chance to stock up on alcohol to get through the lockdown. Unfortunately, alcohol just wasn't considered essential enough, but now, things are changing All the people in the green and orange zones are the lucky ones who can actually go and buy alcohol now while those in orange and red zones cry together. As the lockdown has been extended for another two weeks from May 4th, liquor and paan shops in green and orange zones will be allowed to operate in a few areas and obviously, every social distancing norm would be followed. Liquor stores & paan shops will be allowed to function in green zones while ensuring minimum six feet distance (2 gaz ki doori) from each other & ensuring that not more 5 persons are present at one time at the shop: MHA on the extension of #lockdown for two weeks from May 4 â ANI (@ANI) May 1, 2020 While it seems like a blessing for people who have desperately been waiting, I really hope this doesn't turn a green zone into red. Let's just hope people are smart enough to maintain distance, even while drunk. With this new update, for the first time ever, Delhi and Mumbai people have been united and are crying about being in red zones. It's important. âhey siri, where is the nearest green zone?â https://t.co/qDPdgrMkmK â kinda joey (@Sahilarioussss) May 1, 2020 I can see it happening. If you ensure 6 feet distance from each other, the queue at the liquor shop in a geen zone will reach up to a nearest red zone https://t.co/FVD2aatugk â Dr Stable Genius (@ravithinkz) May 1, 2020 We all do. First time in my life, I regret living in Delhi https://t.co/tMUtrJZzpQ â Ra_Bies 2.0 (@Ra_Bies) May 1, 2020 Is there any, tho? Maharashtra checking Green Zone https://t.co/gvxu5aApJ8 pic.twitter.com/Wmc81YyAlb â Parivesh Malhotra (@Parivesh95) May 1, 2020 A valid concern. I donât understand why paan shops are being opened when spitting is one of the reasons for spread of this virus.. #Lockdown3 https://t.co/SayjMJ21fW â Nitin (@d3c3nT) May 1, 2020 It be like that sometimes. Dawa but no Daaru for Delhi people. https://t.co/wa8OOwSk5a â ruchi kokcha (@ruchikokcha) May 1, 2020 An important disclaimer. Please thukna mat . â Manesha Staying At Home ð®ð³ (@Manesha76) May 1, 2020 Gurgaon people right now. People living in organge zones... https://t.co/0zFdOHRn15 pic.twitter.com/60NPUkh3NS â Abhinaba Guha Ray (@abhinaba_gr) May 1, 2020 We're in this together. *cries in Bombay* https://t.co/0HkUOSJ9pE â Krish (@thekrishtening) May 1, 2020 Great sarcasm. Yaaay for paan/gutka shops! Excellent, the spitting starts again! Wonderful!! https://t.co/KRyOv7HcKT â Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) May 1, 2020 A PSA. For those interested: liquor shops to be open with certain restrictions but #socialdistancing needs to be observed while buying and also while drinking ð» https://t.co/oQvGiCoytx â GAURAV C SAWANT (@gauravcsawant) May 1, 2020 View the full article
  8. Delhi police has had its coronavirus awareness game on point till now; however, its current unique initiative is making people only laugh, quite literally! You ask why? Well, in a bid to spread awareness about deadly coronavirus among people, the Delhi Police has installed coronavirus "scarecrows" with a message displayed on them reading -"stay home". Yes, this has happened for real. These scarecrows have been installed at several places, including the Chandni Mahal area, amid the coronavirus lockdown. Delhi Police has been at the forefront in the fight against the deadly coronavirus as they have come up with several awareness campaigns and unique attempts to create awareness among the public about the lockdown norms and restrictions. Interestingly, the scarecrows installed by the Delhi Police in some areas were also seen wearing black sunglasses and a mask. © ANI ANI quoted Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) (Central District), Sanjay Bhatia, "We have put up these scarecrows to make people understand that roaming outside is dangerous. We have installed them in Chandni Mahal area." The Chandni Mahal Police Station has been reopened after 26 personnel who were lodged there completed their quarantine period. "In the past, some of our police officers were found COVID-19 positive. After that, the police station here was closed. Nine personnel had tested COVID-19 positive, their 26 contacts were quarantined at station premises. Police Station has been reopened now as they have completed their quarantine," he added. However, this initiative hasnât gone down too well with people. Hereâs how some of them reacted on Twitter: à¤à¤¬à¥à¤¤à¤° à¤à¤¡à¤¼à¤¾à¤¨à¤¾ हॠया à¤à¤à¤¸à¤¾à¤¨ à¤à¥ समà¤à¤¾à¤¨à¤¾ हॠ@DelhiPolice #COVID #ChineseVirus â Gaurav Mittal (@GauravMittal632) April 30, 2020In a city where a group of people are not scared of the police you think they will get scared by a few 'scarecrows'?How foolish â Amitabh Roy (@Amitabh80812802) April 30, 2020Jinko samjhna hai wo kabutaroo se kaam nahi hai â amber (@amber_singh112) April 30, 2020Crows aayege "Scarecrows" ko bachane.. â Indiangirl (@TrulyIndiangirl) April 30, 2020Lol â Vivek Singh (@singhvivek73) April 30, 2020So cute â The Mill on the Floss (@Mads_Aries) April 30, 2020Guys, if these scarecrows don't scare you we don't know what will? As one of the users pointed out, we also think "jinko samjhana hai wo kabutaro se kam nahi hai". We understand your urge to go out and fly but please stay home for a few days and stay safe. View the full article
  9. The entire nation is amid lockdown and while the government is trying its best to control the spread of the deadly coronavirus, a lot of things are going haywire when the public refuses to adhere to the rules and guidelines laid down for safety. The current lockdown has been extended till May 3rd and in his last address, PM Modi announced that certain relaxations will be applicable in many zones of the nation starting 20th April. This included allowing the restart of several industries, e-commerce being able to deliver non-essential items and so on. So while many people are happy to know that life is at least moving towards the direction of normalcy, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal addressed the city and announced that these lockdown relaxations will not be applied to Delhi for now. After assessing the prevailing situation in Delhi, we have decided not to permit any relaxation of the lockdown, as of now. https://t.co/mPIOpuF2KR â Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) April 19, 2020 His logic is actually not as flawed as some people are assuming it to be. Around 12% of the total coronavirus cases have been reported from the capital and with a humungous population, controlling the situation can actually backfire is relaxations are put into place. Delhi has 11 districts and sadly currently, all of them are hotspots. With over 77 containment zones, the situation can become alarming if people are allowed to move around. âI am concerned about children not going to schools, people not being able to earn their livelihoods. But if we relax the lockdown and fall short of hospital beds, ventilators... what will do then? For now, we have decided not to relax the lockdownâ, he explained. © BCCL The other looming danger is the fact that a lot of fresh cases donât have the prescribed symptoms and that explains the severity of the situation. âYesterday, of 736 tests that were conducted in the city, about 25 per cent tested positive. All 186 patients had not shown any symptoms. This is dangerousâ, he exclaimed. The situation will be assessed in a weekâs time before the state government can draw any further conclusions. This means if you were building up a cart on an e-commerce site planning to stock up the ânon-essentialâ category items which are probably essential for you, it wonât be possible for a while to do so. While a lot of people are questioning this move and are unhappy about it, we need to understand that Delhi is currently like a wild fire which will keep spreading its danger if the residents donât cooperate. View the full article
  10. This lockdown is proving especially hard for people who enjoy the occasional drink or two given that bars and restaurants have shut down, no thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. The kicker comes from the fact that liquor shops in most states are shut. Naturally, there are some people who are really desperate to get their hands on a bottle or a pint. © iStock Well, it turns out, two guys saw the perfect business opportunity in this and started smuggling alcohol in an ambulance in Delhi. Of course, during a routine check by the Delhi Traffic Police, they were busted. © iStock; Image of the ambulance for representational purpose only. Not the actual ambulance that was seized Apparently, the two guys, both of whom are residents of Vasant Vihar, were employed by the owner of the ambulance, who paid them Rs 2000 each, every day, to buy illicit liquor from Bahadurgarh, and transport them to bootleggers and liquor stores in South Delhi. © iStock The police seized about 25 cartons of illicit and unbranded liquor, as well as the ambulance that was being used. This lockdown is proving really hard for people who have habits that can be described as undesirable. Recently, a man in Gujarat used drones to deliver paan masala . © iStock Well, twitter had some mixed reactions to this. There were a lot of us, who actually felt that those guys were heroes that we need, but not the kind we want. Pine walo ko pine do...ghar ke band darwajo me to jeene do. â Sandhish Singh (@sandhishsingh April 17, 2020 They people had proved "Dawa Daru" is almost same . â Rajan (@Rajanrajdel April 16, 2020 Community service â ashish luthra (@ashishtina76 April 16, 2020 Why are we not surprised⦠à¤à¤°à¥ पà¥à¤¨à¥ दॠ। And liquor shop should be open pic.twitter.com/LofsIRoXGi â दाEarthenianâ¡ (@Today91876206 April 16, 2020 With that being said, there were a few who did not see the humour in this. pic.twitter.com/SF7k63aYI4 â Pushpank Tripathi (@Pushpank07 April 16, 2020 Why, though??? They are antisocial. They should be punished. â Halan Sevannan (@HalanSevannan5 April 17, 2020 Seriously though⦠Ambulance driver You had one job! â BadDoctor (@ows316 April 17, 2020 While we surely condemn the guys because they broke social distancing guidelines and the lockdown, we actually feel for the guys who they were 'helping' steady their nerves. This lockdown, as necessary and pertinent as it is, is surely turning out to be a painful experience. View the full article
  11. Itâs true that love finds its way, no matter what the situation is. While the world is quarantining away and our country is in a lockdown, for this âmadly in loveâ couple, social distancing could not create any distance. A guy from Mumbai and a girl from Delhi tied the knot in a virtual wedding with full family in tow (virtually). In a unique ceremony, according to TOI,a Mumbai-based 29 years old merchant navy officer, Preet Singh and Delhi girl Neet Kaur tied the knot virtually through a video calling app. © TOI Proving that love defies all odds, the loving duo, who had been in a year-long, long distance relationship, finally got married on April 4 through the video app. It was the day their big-fat-Indian wedding was initially scheduled. They had been planning their wedding for six months and didnât let COVID-19 get in the way of their official union. © mumbai mirror To make this special day the most memorable day in their lives, the bride and the groom dressed up for the occasion and their friends and family logged in from as far as Dubai, Australia and Canada to join the unconventional ceremony. After the ceremony was over, they even broke into a dance to celebrate the occasion and congratulatory speeches lasted for two hours. TOI quoted Preet as saying, âWe were heartbroken because we had been planning the wedding for six months. But every cloud has a silver lining and we found ours too.â Besides, their honeymoon to Sri Lanka might be postponed, but at least Preet and Neet will be virtually together as a married couple. Neet will move in with him when the lockdown ends. Isnât this an amazingly heart warming story? Instances like these prove that there is goodness in every situation; all you need to have is a perspective. Share with us your thoughts on this in the comments section below. View the full article
  12. With the increasing number of cases of COVID 19 in the national capital, the Delhi Government has decided that the doctors on duty will be accommodated at the Hotel Lalit on government expense. The official account of CMO Delhi shared the news on Twitter and wrote, âDoctors are on the frontlines of the battle against Coronavirus. All doctors serving in Delhi government's Lok Nayak Hospital and GB Pant Hospital on COVID-19 duty will now be housed in Hotel Lalit. #DelhiFightsCorona.â Doctors are on the frontlines of the battle against Coronavirus. All doctors serving in Delhi government's Lok Nayak Hospital and GB Pant Hospital on COVID-19 duty will now be housed in Hotel Lalit.#DelhiFightsCorona â CMO Delhi (@CMODelhi) March 30, 2020LNJP and GBP are among a few hospitals where doctors are available 24*7 for attending positive or suspected cases of coronavirus infection. Itâs indeed a great step but people are now demanding that the government should also consider giving accommodation to the nurses as they are also risking their lives just like the doctors. What about the "NURSES" Sir....Are they not fighting during this period ...R they immune to this....plz answer Sir ...why this partiality with Nurses..Plz arrange accomodation for both Doctors & nurses community equally at the specific place. We are waiting Sir for ur response â Rahul Sharma (@RahulSh88127432) March 30, 2020What about nursing officers sir , don't you need our https://t.co/jEykSYkYYA case you don't need then send all of us on leave .why we should struggle all d tym when our minister is no more wanted us ..waiting hours for transportation to go on duty We r such a fools â Kavita Sharma (@kavitas119) March 30, 2020What about the nurses who also working to fight covid 19?????? Govt must think this. â DEEPAK GOYAL % follow back (@Deepak93498536) March 30, 2020@ArvindKejriwal ji this is total discrimination Is there no value for nurses and other paramedic staff in your heart ???? No problem we are doing work for humanity if we die in this fight against corona it should our own risk you save your doctors â Gagan Dadhich (@dadhich_gagan) March 30, 2020Then, there were people who appreciated Arvind Kejriwal who took this bold step and went on to say that he should be the next PM. PM banao isko â Zahid Kuchay (@ISMT_ZAHID) March 30, 2020Great job sir @ArvindKejriwal â Amit (@amitatsocial) March 30, 2020Such a great CM in Delhi @ArvindKejriwal I salute of you â Dilip Jha (@jha6alldjha) March 30, 2020Thank you Mr CM for you fight against Corona ..you are a brave fighter.. â nabaghana sahoo (@nabaghanasahoo5) March 30, 2020Interestingly, The Lalit in Delhi has also taken the lead to support the Delhi Governmentâs initiative of feeding the needy by donating 1000 kg of wheat flour and 300 kgs of refined wheat flour, over 700 kgs of vegetables from their own gardens in the last couple of days to the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB). © The Lalit Group © The Lalit Group Going back to the news, the national capital of India witnessed a huge spike in the coronavirus cases on Sunday. A total of 23 new cases were reported from the state and hence, this move of quarantining the medical staff had to be taken. Well, the central government today said there was no plan to extend the 21-day lockdown. But, we will have to wait till April 14 if they plan to extend it. The novel coronavirus has infected more than 721,000 people worldwide and has claimed over 33,000 lives. MensXP urges you to take the guidelines seriously as this pandemic is contagious and a deadly danger to human life. View the full article
  13. Many of us have been working from home, not going to college and quarantining ourselves as responsible citizens for the past few days already. Now, thank god most of us are living with our families. But during this quarantine time, everyone is missing their escape routine. But, as much as we are craving to go out for a 'gedi', it is important to stay indoors. © Reuters A lot of us have done everything we could have possibly done sitting at home and now we are just running out of ideas or things to do at home. Recently, Delhi Police won the internet with its response to a man who asked whether or not he could visit his friend during the novel Coronavirus lockdown. Now, no one would deny that this question hasnât crossed their minds but the good thing is not to act upon it! Check out the post here- à¤à¤à¤° सà¤à¥à¤à¥ दà¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤ हॠतॠà¤à¤° पॠरहà¥à¥¤ वà¥à¤¡à¤¿à¤¯à¥ à¤à¥à¤² à¤à¤° लà¥#StayAtHomeSaveLives â Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) March 24, 2020A twitter user, Deepak Pyal, asked the Delhi Police if he could visit his friend for some work, who lives with a 2Km radius from his home. And Delhi Police responded saying, "Agar sachche dost ho, toh ghar pe raho. Video call kar lo.â Also, thatâs exactly how most of us are surviving during the quarantine period- by video calling all our friends and collectively crying about the same things in life. © Reuters The people on Twitter loved Delhi Policeâs response and hereâs what they have to say about it- Exactly! What an awesome reply by @DelhiPolice â Vikas Kumar (@vikaskumar) March 24, 2020LOL. à¤à¥à¤ªà¤¾ à¤à¤°à¤à¥ लठtayyar रà¤à¥à¤, सà¥à¤µà¤¾ à¤à¤¾ मà¥à¤à¤¼à¤¾ मिलनॠवाला हॠâ Neeraj Kapish (नà¥à¤°à¤ à¤à¤ªà¤¿à¤¶)ð®ð³ (@Neeraj_Kapish) March 24, 2020 Canât stop laughing⦠Hahahahaha.... â Amit Kumar (@youandbar) March 24, 2020 Indeed. Yes I follow DP advise. Love . pic.twitter.com/KJauQ0XTg1 â Shailender Kumar Bha (@ShailenderBha) March 24, 2020 Yaaas!! Awesome reply â Vikas Mehta (@VikasMehtaOWF) March 24, 2020 True. Brilliant !! â Gautam Tewari (@tewarigautam) March 24, 2020 Too funny. Bandi ke liye dost krke puch rha h â Vaibhav gupta (@iamguptavg) March 24, 2020 On Tuesday night, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that to contain the Coronavirus outbreak, the entire nation will have to be in a state of complete lockdown for the next 21 days until April 15th. Until then, all we need to do is stay indoors and only set up a video call meeting with our friends. View the full article
  14. One of the leading batsmen of the Indian cricket team for a long time now, Shikhar Dhawan just shared a video of an individual who returned to India after a visit to Germany, which is one of the top ten nations being adversely affected by the infamous COVID-19 virus with more than 7,200 confirmed cases and 17 deaths. Upon the individual's trip back to India, the video was taken of the quarantine unit which is established approximately 70 km away from the Delhi airport. © Facebook/Shikhar Dhawan With the typical quarantining procedure requiring about two weeks' time, the person in the video, along with all the other passengers from his aircraft, is kept under a 24-hour observation. The opener of the Indian batting lineup decided to share exactly how the quarantine room looked like, the facilities provided to the people living there and all the arrangements made by the Indian government to show that there is no discomfort caused to them. In the video, shared from Dhawan's Facebook page, the man says: “Hello everyone, today I came back to Delhi from Germany and approximately 70km far (from the airport), the government has quarantined all the passengers.” “The entire building is being sprayed with sanitizer, DM (District Magistrate), SDM (Sub District Magistrate), all the senior officials are present here. The Delhi Police is also on active duty for our protection,” he added. © Facebook/Shikhar Dhawan “The government has kept us under a 24-hour-observation and has provided us with all the facilities. Everyone has been given a separate room, water, new pair of slippers, an electric kettle for hot water, All-Out (mosquito repellent) and a fresh towel," Dhawan said. “The food provided by the government is also very delicious," he added. © Facebook/Shikhar Dhawan He then went on to thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the health minister and all the staff members including the doctors, the policemen and all the volunteers who have been working tirelessly to keep our country protected from the virus. “I was terrified after coming back but once I reached here and all the kind of arrangement done by the Indian government, I could appreciate it nicely,” he said. “I'd also like to mention that I didn't see such an arrangement even in Germany," he added. View the full article
  15. Ever since its outbreak in Wuhan, the sprawling capital of Central China's Hubei province, Coronavirus has turned into a global pandemic. As of today, a total of 1,34,918 cases of COVID-19 have emerged across the globe, claiming the lives of 4,989 individuals. Owing to the contagion and unavailability of vaccine or specific antiviral treatment, the fast-spreading virus, similar to influenza, has led to travel restrictions, quarantine camps and curfews in numerous countries. The epidemic has also handed a major blow to the sporting world, with numerous tournaments and events across sports being either played behind closed doors, getting postponed or cancelled. The situation in India might not be as severe as it is in countries like China and Italy, but the fact that the tally of patients in the country has risen to 80 and claiming one life so far has left the citizens on the edge. As the infection continues to spread its tentacles in the country, the state governments and Union territories continue to take preventive measures to contain the threat. © Twitter/@IPL The threat of the global pandemic has also raised several questions on the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), one of the biggest and most popular Twenty20 (T20) tournaments in the world. With the tournament scheduled to begin from March 29, the fate of the competition's 2020 season will be decided by the IPL Governing Council during its much-anticipated meeting on March 14. But, while the IPL organisers continue to explore viable options ahead of the Governing Council's pivotal meeting, the Delhi government has handed the country's cash-rich a severe blow. Manish Sisodia, Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister has said no to hosting any IPL matches in the national capital amid Coronavirus outbreak this season. "We have decided to ban any sports activity where people will gather in huge numbers like IPL. Social distancing is important to curb the breakout of Coronavirus," Sisodia said during a press conference. No seminars, conferences or any big event with the number of people beyond 200 will be allowed in Delhi, Sisodia added. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain confirmed that the Delhi government plans to keep the directives in place for at least a month. Sports gatherings including IPL prohibited in Delhi pic.twitter.com/ALLf7J1NUo â Satyendar Jain (@SatyendarJain) March 13, 2020 Citing the example of South Korea, where as many as 30 people had to be quarantined before the social gathering was allowed, Sisodia said: "The 31st person later spread the virus to 10,000 people. In Delhi, we are trying all means to prevent this. At this time, the biggest solution is social distancing". Meanwhile, the Ministry of External Affairs recently advised against hosting the 13th edition of the IPL amid the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. "I think it is for the organizers to decide whether to go ahead with it or not. Our advice would be to not do it at this time but if they want to go ahead, it is their decision," MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. Also, the Maharashtra government has banned the sale of tickets for the matches in the state while the Punjab government has given the same directive. The Rajasthan government, on the other hand, is edging towards following the footsteps of Delhi and ban IPL matches totally. View the full article
  16. Do you think Indiaâs greatest strength lies in its numbers? The truth is far from it. Indiaâs biggest strength lies in the unity and sense of community that Indians share amongst themselves. Regardless of our caste, class or creed, we take pride in being Indians first and thatâs why we saw so many people coming to the rescue of their brethren, particularly members of the Muslim community during the recent Delhi riots. © Twitter Such selfless acts donât go unnoticed and those on the receiving end remember the kind gesture and helping hand others extend towards them. Just like this Muslim groom from Gidderbaha in Punjab, who came up with a very special way of expressing his gratitude towards the Sikh families in Delhi who came forward to give food and shelter to Muslims during Delhi violence. A wedding occurred in Giddharbah where a Muslim groom tied a turban in honor of Sikhs helping Muslims in Delhi riots. The Muslim groom and over 100 plus Muslims in the wedding tied turbans for communal harmony.#DelhiViolance pic.twitter.com/LmprVg0s2y â Reshma Alam (@reshma_alam9) March 5, 2020 Named Abdul Hakeem, he recently wore a turban to his wedding in solidarity with the Sikhs who helped Muslims in Delhi. Even his family and in-laws were supportive of Abdulâs decision and praised him for sending out a positive social message through this act. © Twitter Talking to Tribune, Abdulâs father-in-law said, âMy son-in-law has given a message of communal harmony. A true Muslim is identified not only by his cap but also by his honesty. In the same vein, a true Sikhâs identity is not only his turban, but also his Gursikhi.â These Sikh men in India traveled to show solidarity with Muslim men, in times of growing intolerance in the country. pic.twitter.com/4X22c2RY9v â Amnesty International (@amnesty) March 3, 2020 Itâs true when they say no religion supports hate or violence and Abdul has simply reminded us of the fact that India is so special, because it gives us hope that peace and communal harmony are not utopian concepts. That despite following different faiths, we can be true to the biggest religion - humanity. Our unity and solidarity is the only way forward today and all it takes for us to keep it alive is a little faith in each other and a desire to live together in harmony. View the full article
  17. The hearts of Muslims all over the world are grieving over the massacre of Muslims during Delhi riots, says Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
  18. "What exactly is he wearing?" "Why will he walk out like that?" "Well, he looks pretty good in this though!" Don't worry, I am not talking to myself. These are certain questions that might have struck you when you saw Hrithik Roshan's recent Instagram post. In case you missed it (which we're sure you didn't), here's the picture of Hrithik wearing a red t-shirt and towel that's making people lose their minds. View this post on Instagram. Pic courtesy : @iam_sentinel . . Fashion inspiration courtesy : I guess @ranveersingh . .A post shared by (@hrithikroshan) Usually people raise their eyebrows every time they spot Ranveer Singh. But, this time it was Hrithik Roshan who was under the radar of the self-proclaimed fashion 'critics'. So was Ranveer Singh, because Hrithik gave the 'fashion inspiration courtesy' to Simmba. Ever since Hrithik posted the picture and gave credit to Ranveer, people were not bothered about his look anymore. People were now concerned only about one thing - what will fashion king aka Ranveer 'Baba' say about this picture? View this post on InstagramGet Money ð°â­ï¸ #JioFilmfareAwardsA post shared by (@ranveersingh) Well, looks like their prayers have been heard as Ranveer finally reacted to the picture, calling him 'Sax God' with a drooling face emoji along with it. Is it just me or does Ranveer and this comment sound like every typical 'Dilli ka Munda' trying really hard to slide into the DMs of their crush? Whatever it is, people are really enjoying and loving their bromance. View the full article
  19. US Commission on International Religious Freedom urges Modi government to protect religious minorities
  20. Abbasi, in his tweet, said: 'Several Muslims have been murdered on the streets, mosque vandalised, Muslim homes/businesses burned'
  21. Latest unrest erupted between supporters and opponents of law in a Muslim-dominated area of northeast Delhi
  22. The latest unrest erupted between several hundred supporters and opponents of the law in a Muslim-dominated area of northeast Delhi
  23. People in Delhi love Arvind Kejriwal and it was quite evident in the recently concluded Delhi assembly elections, when the Aam Aadmi Party won for the third time with a massive margin. However, if there's anyone who they love more than Kejriwal, it's his mini version aka the 'Little Mufflerman'. Mufflerman pic.twitter.com/OX6e8o3zay â AAP (@AamAadmiParty) February 11, 2020It is the same adorable kid, who went viral a few days ago when he stepped out in a red sweater along with muffler, glasses, *fake* moustache and the AAP cap, an iconic style that Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal probably has a copyright on. In fact, AAP even officially invited their youngest fan to Kejriwal's swearing-in ceremony that took place today. 'Little Mufflerman', the boy dressed as Arvind Kejriwal whose images went viral on counting day(Feb 11), also present at the oath-taking ceremony. He was officially invited by AAP pic.twitter.com/k8E9Q8Um1M â ANI (@ANI) February 16, 2020The kid showed up at the ceremony and as expected stole the limelight away from anyone and everyone, including Kejriwal, who were present at the venue. Here's a picture of the kid casually standing with his arms behind him, posing for the photographers like it's no big deal. People on social media, clearly, cannot get over the kid or this overdose of cuteness. Stealing the show . â Free Soul (@Deja_vu76) February 16, 2020He is so cutteee â Rinmayee (@Rinmayee_003) February 16, 2020Chotu mufflarman aaya. Chooo cute. â Manisha Rajput å (@manisharajput55) February 16, 2020Chhota Kejriwal â Nisha Sharma (@NishaSh18183380) February 16, 2020This Kejriwal is cute indeed 𥰠â ð®ð³Asish Kumar Pattnaikð®ð³ (@akp_pattnaik) February 16, 2020He actually doesn't know what he is doing. When he will grow up he will know real kejriwal â The VVIP (@MrVVIPAK) February 16, 2020 Meanwhile, the OG 'Mufflerman' took oath as Chief Minister of Delhi for the third time and dedicated his victory to every Delhiite. He also said that now that elections are over, it doesn't matter to him who voted for whom. What matters is that all the Delhiites are now his family and he will work for everyone irrespective of any party, religion, caste or strata of society. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal: Elections are over, it doesn't matter who you voted for, now all Delhiites are my family. I will work for everyone, be it from any party, any religion, caste or strata of society. pic.twitter.com/rbSK2lnfpd â ANI (@ANI) February 16, 2020Arvind Kejriwal: Some people say Kejriwal is giving everything for free. Nature has ensured every valuable thing in the world is free, be it Mother's love, father's blessings or Shravan Kumar's dedication. So, Kejriwal loves his people and hence this love is free. pic.twitter.com/NUWsTerC45 â ANI (@ANI) February 16, 2020The CM also sang 'Hum honge kaamyaab' along with the people present at the ceremony. #WATCH Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sings 'Hum honge kaamyaab', at his swearing-in ceremony pic.twitter.com/hwXi8FUW46 â ANI (@ANI) February 16, 2020 View the full article
  24. There's always a fine line between hilarious and cringey when official Twitter accounts of companies interact online, and well, looks like we've finally hit cringe territory with the Delhi International Airport, as it tried to shoot its shot this Valentine's Day and flirt with different airlines. Who asked for this PDA between a freaking airport and airlines? Who came up with the idea? Who actually approved this idea thinking it's a good one? Oh, wait. Since it's Delhi Airport, it is embodying every Dilli ka launda, of course. The only explanation that makes sense, tbh. No offence to all the Dilli ke launde out there... Starting off with IndiGo, they have a runway pun. Hey @IndiGo6E, promise me youâll never run away from my runway! #DELlovesYou #ValentinesDay2020 â Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) February 14, 2020 Then, Air India gets another pun, obviously. Hey @airindiain, youâll always be my love at first flight! #DELlovesYou #ValentinesDay2020 â Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) February 14, 2020 Vistara also gets a normal, flirtatious message. Hey @airvistara, its valentines day, want to continue flying higher with us? #DELlovesYou #ValentinesDay2020 â Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) February 14, 2020 Now comes the worst one. Hey @flyspicejet, love how you turn my hub red, hot and spicy! #DELlovesYou #ValentinesDay2020 â Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) February 14, 2020 Thanks, I hate it. Also, basically Delhi Airport is a hoe, openly flirting with so many airlines, no loyalty whatsoever. Looks like it actually worked with IndiGo, though, as they replied. @delhiairport Oh darling, your love brings me back on-time, every time! #DELlovesYou #ValentinesDay2020 #LetsIndiGo â IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) February 14, 2020 I have no words. I love how you are so plane and simple. #DELlovesYou #ValentinesDay2020 ï¸ â Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) February 14, 2020 *cringe factor intensifies* Why thank you, we get this new feeling with you and it never gets old, runway with me? #DELlovesYou #ValentinesDay2020 â Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) February 14, 2020 Why, just why? Keep it spicy! #DELlovesYou â Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) February 14, 2020 The only reply that matters, tho. pic.twitter.com/ZPbnU5Cr7z â I stand with Shaheen Bagh (@GulRose_views) February 14, 2020 Me, after I saw the tweets- Lol Wut? https://t.co/r7xHmMhpQl â Rahul Rane (@Handle_Rahul) February 14, 2020 Yep. Oh god this is not humor https://t.co/NHqAxDpRK8 â Ø´Ùس (@shams_z) February 14, 2020 I'm risking a no-flying ban. I want to say something critical about both, but I fear that they may impose a no fly ban. https://t.co/WZSjBwHoi4 â CP #EOA (@chirag) February 14, 2020 Pata nahi bhai. ab ye kya naya natak chalu hai idher â OWAIS ALI BHAT (@OWAISALIBHAT2) February 14, 2020 View the full article
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