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Break Corona Chain With Weapon Given By PM Modi:Bedi

(Puducherry)Break Corona Chain With Weapon Given By PM Modi:Bedi
Puducherry Lt Governor Kiran Bedi on Friday said Narendra Modi has given us the weapon to break its chain.
She said in a whatsapp message minutes after the Prime Minister’s appeal that “we should all kill the devil of corona virus together.”
In a video message broadcaset on Friday morning, Modi urged people to switch off lights of their homes at 9 pm for nine minutes on April 5 and light up lamps, candles, mobile flashlights to display the nation’s collective spirit to defeat coronavirus.

President Trump Is Covid 19 Negative: New Rapid Point of Care Test

President Trump Is Covid 19 Negative: New Rapid Point of Care Test
As per Physician of President Donald J Trump Sean P Bolney The President Tested Negative for Covid 19
President Trump was tested again for Covid 19 utilising a new Rapid point of Care test Capability Sample collection just took one minute and results were reported back in 15 Minutes

Noida CMO Also Shunted Out Amid COVID-19

(Noida ,UP)Noida CMO Also Shunted Out Amid COVID-19
The Uttar Pradesh government has shunted out the chief medical officer (CMO) of Gautam Buddh Nagar Anurag Bhargava,
Bhargava is the second high-level officer to be shifted after the district magistrate was shunted out earlier this week after a meeting with chief minister Yogi Adityanath on the coronavirus situation.
A P Chauturvedi has been appointed as the CMO replacing Bhargava with immediate effect,
Gautam Buddh Nagar, including Noida and Greater Noida, has emerged as one of the hotspots for coronavirus cases in the country with 48 COVID-19 positive patients so far and has reported the maximum cases for any district in UP.
The company, Cease Fire, was on March 29 booked for endangering the lives of people and other charges on a complaint by Bhargava and has now been sealed, even as the local Health Department officials said that the source of infection to over 30 people could be traced to this firm located in Sector 135.

Former CMs of J&K to get Pension Increase ₹25 K But Lose Perks @85K

(New Delhi)Former CMs of J&K to get Pension Increase ₹25 K But Lose Perks @85K
According to a gazette notification on Wednesday, the government amended the Jammu and Kashmir State Legislature Members’ Pension Act and increased the pension amount to Rs 75,000 per month from Rs 50,000.
Section 3-C of the act, under which former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir were entitled to various privileges and perks, has now been omitted.
With this amendment, the former chief ministers would not be entitled for rent-free furnished accommodation, expenditure to the limit of Rs 35,000 per annum for furnishing of the residential accommodation, free telephone calls up to the value of Rs 48,000 per annum, free electricity to the extent of Rs 1,500 per month, car, petrol, medical facilities, driver and personal assistant.
Four former chief ministers of the erstwhile state — Farooq Abdullah, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti — are alive and all of them are central government protectees.

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Trump Proclaims April as Sexual Assault Prevention Month

President of the United States of America, Donald J Trump
Proclaimed April 2020 as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
Prez Trump Appealed
“all Americans, families, law enforcement personnel, healthcare providers, and community and faith-based organizations to support survivors of sexual assault and work together to prevent these crimes in their communities”.

C’Garh School Students to be Promoted Without Exams

Raipur, Apr 1 (PTI) C’Garh School Students to be Promoted Without Exams
Chhattisgarh government has decided to promote students of all classes, except 10th and 12th standards, of the state schools without exams
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel took a decision in this regard late Tuesday evening,
On March 19, the state government shut all schools to prevent the spread of the deadly viral infection.
However, a decision would be taken later on exams of some subjects of Classes 10 and 12 being conducted by the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) which could not be held due to the lockdown, he sa

Ambulance (102&108)Employees in UP Call off Strike

(Lucknow,UP) Ambulance Employees in UP Call off Strike
The association of ambulance employees in Uttar Pradesh has called off their strike following negotiations with the administration over their demands for timely wages and protective gear to guard against coronavirus.
Drivers’ went on strike on Tuesday afternoon but it was called off in the night following negotiations.
This is an emergency situation, and going on a strike at this juncture is illegal. But The issue has been resolved

US Covid 19 Deaths Pass 4,000: Johns Hopkins

US Covid 19 Deaths Pass 4,000: Johns Hopkins
This Death toll is more than double the number from three days earlier, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.
The number of deaths was 4,076 — more than twice the 2,010 recorded late Saturday.
More than 40 percent of recorded deaths nationally were in New York state
On Tuesday the United States exceeded the number of deaths in China, where the pandemic emerged in December before spreading worldwide.
The number of confirmed US cases has reached 189,510, the most in the world, though Italy and Spain have recorded more fatalities.
After initially downplaying the threat from new coronavirus in the early stages of the US outbreak, President Donald Trump warned of “a very, very painful two weeks” to come for the country on Tuesday.

Anupama V Nadella Donates ₹2 Crore to PM Care Fund

Anupama V Nadella Donates ₹2 Crore to PM Care Fund
She is wife of Satya Nadella of Microsoft
Welcoming her gesture, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu expressed his deep appreciation of her concern for, and solidarity with, the people of the country at this hour.
Anupama had earlier donated Rs 2 crore to Telangana Chief Minister Welfare Fund to be used to help the poor during the lockdown period.

Retirement of Govt Servants on 31st March Is Unchanged

(New Delhi)Retirement of Govt Servants on 31st March Is Unchanged
In view of the unprecedented situation arising out of country-wide lockdown
, it is clarified that the central Government employees who are attaining the age of superannuation on 31st March, 2020 and due to retire, shall retire from Central Government service on 31st March, 2020,
irrespective of whether they are working from home or working from office.