In his address to the nation, the Prime Minister called for a ‘Janta Curfew’, in which he asked all citizens to stay home between 7 AM to 9 PM on Sunday, March 22.
Since being shared online, the video has gone viral and garnered over 17,000 views. While the clip was praised by some, many called it “staged” as unlike Italy, there is no lockdown in Gurugram.
Calling him an “inspiration” people on the internet praised him and other healthcare workers working on the frontline of the pandemic around the world, who can’t “stay home” or “practice social distancing”.
People said it’s helpful when an important message is made so easy to understand.
Since being shared online, the clip has garnered over 19,000 views and invoked several comments from netizens. While many were enthralled by the confrontation between the two species, others contradicted Nanda’s claim of mongoose being immune to venom.
The startup presently has deployed the robots in Kochi, but is hoping to see them being used in other public places to hand out masks and sanitisers.
Forest officials who had to rescue a leopard that had fallen into a well came up with a unique solution and people praised the rescuers for their efforts.
While earlier this month, a video of people in Italy singing and dancing from balconies had gone viral, people in India are coming up with creative ways to lighten the panic caused by the infectious disease.
Tweaking the lyrics of Camila Cabello’s popular song “Havana”, the 1.25-second video features Rashmi Shaarvi explaining the novel coronavirus and the preventive measures one should take.
Since being shared online, the post has been flooded with reactions, with people praising the idea. However, some also pointed out how these cloth masks might not be an effective way in stemming the spread of the disease.
In the song, the bhajan singer talks about everything from its origin and why might it have have spread. It also talks about about washing hands, using hand santizers and using masks as well.
Many commenting on the video said, that many issues about strays on roads can be resolved if they are rescued and trained while some highlighted that this would increase trust and faith of people on Indian breeds too.
As the video went viral, the owner of the restaurant and bar apologised for the incident and said the “man in the video is a new team member and his opinion in the video is his alone and in no way a representation of my or the teams’ view on the dress code restrictions. “
As the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic, it sent shock waves in the stock markets across the globe and even in India it left Dalal Street in a bloodbath.
Captioned, “Travel without worry”, the leaflet quotes Harvard Medical School and World Health Organisation (WHO) to back their claim stating that the virus is “less infectious than the FLU”.
While some claimed the slogans seemed to be inspired by those used during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests, many thought it didn’t beat the Maharashtra MP’s ‘go corona, corona go’ slogan or the “corona bhaag ja” song.
People were amused at how how can a party expel someone who has already resigned. As jokes and memes on the political crisis flooded social media media, people drew parallels from many Bollywood films to describe the situation aptly.
In the video, Union Minister Ramdas Athawale can be chanting the slogan along with Chinese Consul General in Mumbai, Tang Guocai, and Buddhist monks.
Noting several incidents of violence and sexual harassment under the guise of the phrase “Bura na mano, Holi hai”, Mumbai and Assam police have turned to Twitter, underlining the importance of consent during the celebrations.
Happy Holi 2020: A symbol of the triumph of good over evil, Holi marks the onset of spring and is also celebrated to express gratitude for a good harvest. Although the fear of coronavirus has dampened spirits, people have taken to social media to spread the festive cheer.