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6 people who attended gathering at Mosque in Delhi, dies of Covid-19

Six people in Telangana died of Covid-19 after attending congregation at a mosque in Delhi's Nizamuddin. More than 2,000 delegates, including from Malaysia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Kyrgyzstan, attended the gathering of Tabligh-e-Jamaat - a Muslim religious organisation - from March 1 to 15. Around 1,400 people still continue to stay at the Jamaat's "Markaj" even after 21 days lockdown was imposed. More than 300 people who were a part of congregation have been taken to different hospital for Covid-19 test. Src: https://bit.ly/3bO81l9

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US won't pay security costs of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle: Donald Trump

The US President Donald Trump on Sunday announced that the govt won't be paying security costs of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The couple few months back relinquished their royal duties and shifted to Canada but before the borders were sealed due to spread of Coronavirus, the couple flew to Los Angeles, US. However, there are reports that privately funded security arrangements have been made. Src: https://bit.ly/2wPye3A

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Satellite captures images of European cities with deep fall in pollution

Satellite images captured by European Space agency clearly show the impact of lockdown on air quality. The picture depicts deep reduction in nitrogen dioxide concentrations in Madrid, Paris and Milan where the lockdown is in force. This is due to a notable drop in traffic levels on the streets of cities across Europe. GPS maker TomTom said the percentage of roads congested with traffic in London dropped from 71 per cent this time in 2019 to just 15 per cent yesterday. The nitrogen oxide which pollutes the air is produced due to combustion in vehicles. Src: http://dailym.ai/33VoMrw

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Rumours on extension of lockdown is baseless: Centre

The Cabinet Secretary today briefed that rumours of extending 21 days lockdown amid coronavirus is false. There were reports by various media houses that 21 days lockdown is to check on the speed of the spread, and it is likely to be extended by govt. But Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba denied such reports this morning. "I'm surprised to see such reports, there is no such plan of extending the lockdown," he said. On March 24th, PM Modi announced nationwide 21 days lockdown to break the chain and contain the spread of Coronavirus. Src: https://bit.ly/2JqI5zy

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