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Arvind Kejriwal says: Ready for anything to save India from Narndra Mod and Amit Shah




Asked about a possible alliance with the Congress in Delhi, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said he and his party are ready to do anything to save the country from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah.

Speaking to the media after a meeting of the opposition parties to discuss the issue of EVM malfunctioning in the ongoing Lok Sabha polls, Kejriwal said that the country was in danger.

“The country is in danger and to save the nation from Modi-Shah duo we are ready to do anything. The efforts will continue till the end,” the Delhi Chief Minister said.

The talks between the Congress and the AAP for an alliance in Delhi is said to be still on despite the Aam Aadmi Party’s insistence on an alliance in Haryana and Chandigarh as well.


With over 5K new cases, India Covid tally jumps to 96,169



China: 440 confirmed cases of new coronavirus infection.

With the sharpest spike of 5,242 new cases in 24 hours, India’s total case count of coronavirus jumped to 96,169, the Union Health Ministry data revealed on Monday.

According to the Health Ministry, of the total, 56,316 are active cases while at least 36,823 people have been cured of the disease.

At least 157 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours, taking the total fatality count to 3,029.

In Maharashtra, the Covid-19 cases climbed to 33,053, followed by Gujarat which has 11,379 cases and Tamil Nadu 11,224 cases so far.

Maharashtra has also reported the highest number of deaths, 1198, followed by 659 in Gujarat and 248 in Madhya Pradesh.

National capital’s total tally crossed the 10,000-mark on Monday and stood at 10,054, according to the Health Ministry data.

States which have reported more than 4000 cases are Rajasthan (5,202), Madhya Pradesh (4,977) and Uttar Pradesh (4,259).

Other major states and Union Territories that have reported more than 1,000 cases are West Bengal (2,677), Andhra Pradesh (2,407), Punjab (1,964), Telangana (1,551), Bihar (1,262), Jammu and Kashmir (1,183) and Karnataka (1,147).

Among other states and UTs that have reported a significant number of cases are Haryana (910), Kerala (601), Odisha (828), Tripura (167), Jharkhand (223), Assam (101), Uttarakhand (92), Himachal Pradesh (80) and Chandigarh (191).

Goa which had maintained Corona Free status for quite a long time and had few resurged cases recently, reported at least 15 new cases, taking the total tally there at 29, said the Health Ministry.

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Rajasthan government sends 96,000 migrants, receives 2,12,006




The Rajasthan government has set up a panel, led by Additional Chief Secretary Subodh Agrawal, to ensure ease of travel for stranded labourers.

Agrawal has been keeping a tab on movement of labourers and is in touch with other states. “It’s time to ensure that every citizen is fed and reaches home without any trouble. We are monitoring labourers’ movements every day. Several trains have been deployed to shift labourers. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is personally monitoring the developments and has said no one should sleep hungry,” said Agrawal.

The state government is taking care of travelling migrants’ meals, masks and sanitizers, and is ensuring strict implementation of social distancing norm. Passengers are also being checked by medical teams on railway stations.

Till now, 96,000 migrant labourers have been taken to their home states. Of this, 4,292 labourers travelled to Gujarat, MP (37,442), Punjab (7,774), Haryana (5,580), Bihar (5,942), Uttarakhand (1,589), West Bengal (677), Maharashtra (554) and Odisha (79).

Similarly, 2,12,006 Rajasthani migrants have returned from Gujarat, 36,814 from Maharashtra, 17,233 from MP, 1,128 from Punjab, 3,713 from Haryana, 5,614 from UP, 1,132 from Uttarakhand, 863 from West Bengal, 398 from Bihar and 272 from Odisha.

As soon as the government got the nod for migrants’ transportation, 8,12,423 registered themselves to travel via trains to their home states. Similarly, 10,64,417 labourers registered to reach Rajasthan from across India.

“In the coming days, thousands of workers will be sent to their home states and brought back to Rajasthan. We hope things will go hassle-free. After an unfortunate incident in Aurangabad, we have taken strict measures to ensure safety of stranded workers,” Agrawal said.

The state government started registration of stranded people through eMitra. Any stranded person could register on eMitra portal by providing relevant details along with documents or using +181/18001806127, Agrawal said.

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Actress Kriti Kharbanda’s lockdown tension: Eyebrows ka kya karein!



Kriti Kharbanda

Overgrown eyebrows are among the many repercussions of the lockdown, ask Kriti Kharbanda.

On Tuesday, Kriti took to Instagram and wrote: “Baaki sab toh theek hai, par in eyebrows ka kya karein (Rest is all right, but what does one do about the eyebrows)!”

A few days ago, actress Sonam Kapoor too expressed concern over the state of her eyebrows. She said that her “eyebrows are in mess”.

On the other hand, actor Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira Rajput shared how glad she was that her eyebrows were “behaving” amidst the lockdown. She had posted a picture of her perfectly shaped eyebrows and captioned it: “So far the eyebrows are behaving.”

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