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Gulati Brothers of Zabardast Hit 95 FM enthral residents of Mapsko Mountville at the Sports Fest 2021

Gurugram: Gulati Brothers (RJ Campy & RJ Ritesh) of Zabardast Hit 95 FM enthralled residents at the Sports Fest 2021, organised by Mapsko Mountville residents at Sector 79, Gurugram. The objective of this initiative was to disseminate awareness on the significance of sports and foster a sense of community and belongingness among…

PM approves State Government to impose short and local lockdown to combat Covid 19

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday asked the states to evaluate efficacy of short and local lockdowns in combating the covid-19 pandemic. He was chairing a high-level virtual meeting with the chief ministers and health ministers of seven States/UTs to review the status and preparedness of virus response and management. “A…

Chandigarh’s total tally rises to 415, including 6 deaths, 322 cured cases

The coronavirus cases rose by 14933 on Tuesday (June 23, 2020) taking the total number of cases in India to 4,40,215, the Centre maintained that the number of infections per lakh population was among the lowest in the world. According to the Union Health Ministry data, the country’s COVID-19 death toll rose to…

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh orders stricter coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown on weekends, public holiday

 Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Thursday ordered stricter lockdown on weekends and public holidays, even as his state mulls stringent curbs, including mandatory testing certification, for those coming from Delhi. The decision to tighten the curbs on weekends and holidays has been taken amid apprehensions of COVID-19 reaching the community spread…

Long queues for Alcohol after relaxation

Long queues were witnessed outside wine shops in several states, as the sale of wine has been permitted by the govt, except in the containment zones. After long queues outside liquor shops in the national capital took social distancing norms for a ride, the Resident Welfare Associations (RWA’s) in the city…