Sagar Ratna files police complaint against rumour-monger
  • Sagar Ratna files police complaint against rumour-monger(17:03)
    New Delhi, May 25 (IANS) Restaurant chain Sagar Ratna has filed a complaint with the Delhi Police against a man who allegedly spread a rumour that around 40 delivery boys of the food chain have tested positive for Covid-19.
5-year-old boy flies back home alone after 2 months (Ld)
  • 5-year-old boy flies back home alone after 2 months (Ld)(16:39)
    Bengaluru, May 25 (IANS) A 5-year-old boy flew back to the city alone on Monday after being stuck in Delhi for two months with his grandparents. The boy had gone to Delhi around three months ago, but was stuck there for the past two months as domestic flight services were suspended due to the Covid-19 induced lockdown.
Domestic flights take-off, but passengers harried as many cancelled
Lockdown Impact: Tourism ground to a halt in Himachal
  • Lockdown Impact: Tourism ground to a halt in Himachal(12:20)
    BY VISHAL GULATI
    Shimla, May 25 (IANS) Tourism -- a crucial engine of Himachal Pradesh's economic growth and important source of earning for tens of thousands in the hill state -- has ground to a halt as the pandemic nose dives summer holiday plans.
After 3K Shramik trains, Goyal urges states to allow more
  • After 3K Shramik trains, Goyal urges states to allow more(10:54)
    New Delhi, May 25 (IAUnion Railway Minister on Monday said that the national transporter has operated more than 3,000 Shramik Special trains to transport the stranded migrant workers and also appealed the state governments to give permission to railways to operate the trains.
Migrant woman delivers in bus, twins fail to survive
Lockdown love culminates in marriage
  • Lockdown love culminates in marriage(09:26)
    Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh), May 25 (IANS) He is a driver and she was a beggar. He would distribute food among the poor on the pavement in Kanpur's Kakadeo area, and, one day, he asked her why she was sitting with the beggars.
Covid deaths, new cases continue to soar in Telangana
  • Covid deaths, new cases continue to soar in Telangana(21:48)
    Hyderabad, May 24 (IANS) There was no let-up in the fatalities due to Covid-19 in Telangana as four more succumbed to the deadly virus while six more foreign evacuees were among 41 tested positive on Sunday.
Woman gives birth to son in MP, names him 'Lockdown'
  • Woman gives birth to son in MP, names him 'Lockdown'(18:53)
    Bhopal, May 24 (IANS) A newborn baby has the perfect name to epitomize the coronavirus pandemic. Recently, a woman who gave birth to a child in Madya Pradesh's Burhanpur named her son 'Lockdown Yadav'.
Yogi govt revokes ban on mobile phones in Covid hospitals
UP Roadways helps migrant who boarded wrong train
COVID-19: Record 30 casualties take Delhi death toll to 261
'Home quarantine protocol': Raj migrants stay on cots & huts (Ld)
  • 'Home quarantine protocol': Raj migrants stay on cots & huts (Ld)(21:02)
    By Archana Sharma
    Jaipur, May 23 (IANS) At a time when stories of migrants flouting the quarantine guidelines are pouring in from different parts of the country, in Dungarpur, a small town in Rajasthan, returnees are opting to stay under the open sky on their charpais (cots) or in hutments during the mandatory 14-day home quarantine.
Migrants waiting for medical screening sprayed with disinfectant in Delhi
Muslims help perform last rites of Kashmiri Pandit in Tral
Rlys red faced as Gorakhpur-bound train reaches Rourkela
  • Rlys red faced as Gorakhpur-bound train reaches Rourkela(13:56)
    By Anand Singh
    New Delhi, May 23 (IANS) The Indian Railways was left red faced on Saturday after a Shramik Special train which started its journey from Mumbai for Gorakhpur on May 21 reached Odisha's Rourkela without intimating the passengers about the change in the route. The plight of the people on board the train came to the fore after the passengers shared their video on Twitter.
'Back to Business' safety guidelines for salons and barber shops
  • 'Back to Business' safety guidelines for salons and barber shops(10:56)
    By IANSlife
    New Delhi, May 23 (IANSlife) While there has been an ease on restrictions during Lockdown 4.0, salons and parlours continue to be one of the few businesses which remain closed. According to a survey by Redquanta, salon visits are among the top 3 activities that people missed the most, with 56 percent saying they missed going to salons.
Delhi: Unruly crowd robs street vendor of mangoes worth thousands
Transporters say #NoTruckForMe to become 'self reliant'
  • Transporters say #NoTruckForMe to become 'self reliant'(00:42)
    BY SANJEEV SHARMA
    New Delhi, May 23 (IANS) The All India Transporters Welfare Association (AITWA), a body representing over 9 million road transport service providers of India has put out an advisory for its members not to buy any new trucks for the entire financial year 2020-21.
New corona cases spike after lockdown relaxations in Greater Noida
Shopkeepers waiting in Lucknow, but customers wary (IANS Special)
SC orders re-opening of lawyers' offices on odd-even scheme basis
5 migrants killed in separate incidents in UP
COVID-19 hits Zee Media, employee testing to be completed on Saturday
  • COVID-19 hits Zee Media, employee testing to be completed on Saturday(15:21)
    New Delhi, May 22 (IANS) Zee Media is reeling under the COVID-19 crisis, after 28 employees tested positive earlier this week, and its office, newsroom and studios were sealed for sanitisation. Currently, the media house is conducting mass testing of its employees, which is scheduled to be completed on Saturday.