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Singer Dhvani Bhanushali Sings A Beautiful Rendition Of Her Song Vaaste

Singer Dhvani Bhanushali Sings A Beautiful Rendition Of Her Song Vaaste

Singer Dhvani Bhanushali joined India4All, a special telethon to raise funds for the homeless affected by the coronavirus outbreak and a lockdown. During the telethon, Dhvani sang a few lines of her popular song 'Vaaste'.
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NDTV
Boston aquarium trainers care for seals as city under lockdown

Boston aquarium trainers care for seals as city under lockdown

With the city under lockdown, the seals of Boston's New England Aquarium get some quiet time away from the thousands of visitors that usually come to their tank every week. Trainers continue to clean and train the marine animals while the tourist ...
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AFP
Chancellor says he cannot save every job and business

Chancellor says he cannot save every job and business

Rishi Sunak says he cannot save every job and business.
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ITN
Bumper sales for jigsaw company during coronavirus lockdown

Bumper sales for jigsaw company during coronavirus lockdown

Dorset jigsaw company enjoys bumper sales as coronavirus lockdown leaves Britons hunting for ways to occupy themselves at home. Julie Wilkins from JHG Jigsaws said the company had received as many as 400 orders in half a day.
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Press Association
Catholics mourn first U.S. priest dead of COVID-19

Catholics mourn first U.S. priest dead of COVID-19

The Rev. Jorge Ortiz-Garay, 49, was the first Catholic cleric in the U.S. to die from the coronavirus. His New York parishioners remembered his devotion to the community and how he gave them hope through his favorite word: “Animo!
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Associated Press
Sanders ends bid: Path toward victory 'impossible'

Sanders ends bid: Path toward victory 'impossible'

Progressive standard-bearer Bernie Sanders announced Wednesday he is ending his 2020 presidential bid. The announcement leaves former Vice President Joe Biden as the presumptive Democratic nominee to challenge President Donald Trump in November.
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Associated Press
Coronavirus: National Guard members at Javits Center field hospital

Coronavirus: National Guard members at Javits Center field hospital

Members of the National Guard are seen outside the Javits Center in New York, which is being used as a field hospital for coronavirus patients.
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AFP
Actor Adil Hussain Dons The Chef Hat, Cooks While He's At Home Amid Lockdown

Actor Adil Hussain Dons The Chef Hat, Cooks While He's At Home Amid Lockdown

'The home is where you are', said actor Adil Hussain as he spoke about following the lockdown imposed to contain the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The actor also shared how he is enjoying the process of playing the role of a husband and ...
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NDTV
Rishi Sunak: Boris Johnson's condition is improving

Rishi Sunak: Boris Johnson's condition is improving

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak updates the UK on the Prime Minister's condition in intensive care at St Thomas' Hospital in central London, after being taken there for treatment regarding Covid-19 on Sunday.
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Press Association
From gin to gel: Belgian distillery battles virus

From gin to gel: Belgian distillery battles virus

The Waterloo distillery, Belgium's smallest distillery, stopped producing gin and whisky to produce 200 litres of pure alcohol per week destined for the production of hand-sanisiting gels to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
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AFP
Rakul Preet Singh On Helping Slum Dwellers During The Coronavirus Lockdown

Rakul Preet Singh On Helping Slum Dwellers During The Coronavirus Lockdown

While the novel coronavirus has put the country under lockdown, actor Rakul Preet Singh along with her father has adopted a slum in her neighbourhood and is providing food to slum dwellers. On #India4All telethon Rakul Preet Singh also shared the ...
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NDTV
Cojimar local fashions coronavirus masks from women's bras

Cojimar local fashions coronavirus masks from women's bras

Idania Espanola, 62-year-old local of Havana's Cojimar, explained on camera, how she came up with the ingenious idea of sewing face masks out of women's bras as a protection against coronavirus.
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Ruptly
Warm weather crowds, few masks in Chicago park

Warm weather crowds, few masks in Chicago park

Warm weather is raising fears of a COVID-19 setback in Chicago as more people gather outside, many without masks.
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Associated Press
Italian nurses describe fight against coronavirus

Italian nurses describe fight against coronavirus

Two senior nurses on the frontline in Italy's battle to save lives describe what it is like to work in the main hospital of Bergamo, located in the region that has been hit hardest by the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
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Associated Press
India Has Done Well In Responding To The Coronavirus Crisis: Boman Irani

India Has Done Well In Responding To The Coronavirus Crisis: Boman Irani

Stressing on the fact that the situation could have been worse, actor Boman Irani simply asked people to stop grumbling and think about how they can help people in need. The actor also shared his daily schedule and how he is keeping himself busy d...
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NDTV
Boris Johnson 'improving' but remains in intensive care

Boris Johnson 'improving' but remains in intensive care

Boris Johnson is "improving" but remains in intensive care.
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ITN
Coronavirus in numbers: UK sees big rise as death toll passes 7,000

Coronavirus in numbers: UK sees big rise as death toll passes 7,000

A total of 7,097 patients have died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Tuesday, the Department of Health said, up by 938 from 6,159 the day before.
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Press Association
Over 70 Per Cent Of People Working On A Film Set Are Daily Wage Earners: Bhumi Pednekar

Over 70 Per Cent Of People Working On A Film Set Are Daily Wage Earners: Bhumi Pednekar

Bollywood actor Bhumi Pednekar stressed on the need to take action and help people in our immediate circle. She also highlighted the support extended by the Bollywood industry to ensure daily wage earners and migrant labourers get their salaries a...
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NDTV
The Visuals Of Migrants On Roads Are Heartbreaking: Nandita Das

The Visuals Of Migrants On Roads Are Heartbreaking: Nandita Das

Lockdown imposed due to coronavirus has affected all. To some, the impact may be more, to some it may be less. For Nandita Das, while the lockdown has not impacted at a personal level, but the visuals of people suffering are heartbreaking for her.
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NDTV
In Chhattisgarh, We Are Feeding 2.5 Lakh People Daily, For Free: Bhupesh Baghel

In Chhattisgarh, We Are Feeding 2.5 Lakh People Daily, For Free: Bhupesh Baghel

On #India4All telethon, Bhupesh Baghel, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, shared three ways the state is ensuring migrant labourers and daily wage earners don’t go hungry. Mr Baghel spoke about providing rice to 56 lakh families living below pover...
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NDTV
British PM remains in intensive care but his condition is improving (Finance minister)

British PM remains in intensive care but his condition is improving (Finance minister)

British Finance minister Rishi Sunak says that the Prime minister Boris Johnson, hospitalised since Sunday with COVID-19, remains in intensive care where his condition is "improving". He also adds, during Downing Street daily press conference, tha...
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AFP
Birmingham's new Nightingale Hospital to open in two days

Birmingham's new Nightingale Hospital to open in two days

A vast new temporary field hospital at Birmingham's NEC will be opening on April 10 after a "phenomenal" effort which saw it go from planning to completion in two weeks. The Birmingham Nightingale Hospital, on the outskirts of the city, will be f...
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Press Association
Coronavirus: NGO performs awareness play for displaced Syrian children

Coronavirus: NGO performs awareness play for displaced Syrian children

Syrian volunteers from the NGO 'Violet' perform in a play aimed to raise awareness about the dangers of the novel coronavirus pandemic for displaced children living in a camp in the Idlib province in northwestern Syria. Fears are high that the vir...
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AFP
How Can India Provide Medical Assistance To People On Road

How Can India Provide Medical Assistance To People On Road

The spread of novel coronavirus has seen thousands of migrant labourers and daily wage earners coming out on roads and walking back to their respective home town. Under such a situation, providing medical assistance to people on the move is a ques...
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NDTV
How Prepared Is Haryana For The Upcoming Harvest? Dushyant Chautala Shares Details

How Prepared Is Haryana For The Upcoming Harvest? Dushyant Chautala Shares Details

Dushyant Chautala, Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana spoke at length about the steps taken by the state government to support migrant labourers, and state's plan for the upcoming harvest. Mr Chautala said that 16,000 migrant labourers have been kep...
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NDTV
WATCH | MEC Panyaza Lesufi tests Covid-19 mobile stations during awareness walkabout in Tembisa

WATCH | MEC Panyaza Lesufi tests Covid-19 mobile stations during awareness walkabout in Tembisa

MEC's Panyaza Lesufi and Faith Mazibuko embarked on an awareness campaign in Tembisa on Wednesday to encourage residents to test for Covid-19. The initiative saw a mobile testing unit set up outside Phumlani Mall for screening and testing.
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Dutch nursing home lifts up relatives with crane so they can greet loved ones amid

Dutch nursing home lifts up relatives with crane so they can greet loved ones amid

Lift me up! A Dutch nursing home in Dordrecht lifts family members of its elderly residents with a crane, allowing them to have face-to-face contact with their loved ones, amid the coronavirus lockdown.
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Ruptly
State Must Assure A Minimum Wage To People Unemployed During The Lockdown: Harsh Mander

State Must Assure A Minimum Wage To People Unemployed During The Lockdown: Harsh Mander

Harsh Mander, social activist and author highlighted the plight of daily wage earners and migrant labourers. He asked people employed in the formal sector who have their salaries secured to think about those working in the informal sector. He said...
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NDTV
Cape Town lockdown: Incredible drone footage shows deserted streets in South Africa

Cape Town lockdown: Incredible drone footage shows deserted streets in South Africa

Cape Town lockdown: Incredible drone footage shows deserted streets in South Africa
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ITN
Dr Ashwathnarayan On How Karnataka Is Battling The Pandemic Coronavirus

Dr Ashwathnarayan On How Karnataka Is Battling The Pandemic Coronavirus

On #India4Telethon, Dr Ashwathnarayan C. N., Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka highlighted the measures taken by the state government to handle the pandemic - novel coronavirus. He stated that the government is ensuring that the lives and livelih...
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NDTV
Emergency plans should include pets

Emergency plans should include pets

The group that represents humane societies and S-P-C-A's across the country wants to make sure Canadians include pets when they're planning for the possibility of quarantine.
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Canadian Press
Ekta Kapoor On Helping Freelancers, Daily Wage Earners To Survive During Coronavirus Lockdown

Ekta Kapoor On Helping Freelancers, Daily Wage Earners To Survive During Coronavirus Lockdown

The lockdown has raised a question on the survival of daily wage earners and migrant labourers. Talking about the same, Ekta Kapoor, Film director and Producer shared how the lockdown is impacting the workforce involved in the making of television...
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NDTV
Miss England Gets Back To Treating Patients Amid Coronavirus Scare

Miss England Gets Back To Treating Patients Amid Coronavirus Scare

Miss England Bhasha Mukherjee who is also a qualified doctor has decided to switch to medicine and looking after patients, amid coronavirus scare. The model says that it’s the guilt and the fact that her colleagues are working day in and day out...
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NDTV
Brexit briefing: 267 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 267 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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Press Association
Wuhan Police appeal to residents not to leave for non-essential travel as city lifts travel ban

Wuhan Police appeal to residents not to leave for non-essential travel as city lifts travel ban

Tens of thousands of people leave Wuhan after a 76-day travel ban was lifted on the Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged. Police meanwhile appeal to residents not to leave for non-essential travel.
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AFP
Coronavirus: Liberian president announces lockdown of capital state

Coronavirus: Liberian president announces lockdown of capital state

Liberian President George Weah announces a state of emergency and a lockdown of four states, including Montserrado, where the capital Monrovia is located, in order to contain the spread of coronavirus. New cases have been registered in the past d...
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AFP
Social distance loopholes not worth the risk

Social distance loopholes not worth the risk

People have been finding innovative ways to keep socializing with friends and neighbours while trying to respect physical distancing measures during the COVID-19 outbreak. But experts say those social distancing loopholes are likely not worth the ...
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Canadian Press
Global trade will plunge by up to a third in 2020 amid pandemic: WTO

Global trade will plunge by up to a third in 2020 amid pandemic: WTO

Global trade growth is expected to plummet by up to a third in 2020 due to the new coronavirus pandemic, the World Trade Organization says. "If the pandemic is not brought under control then governments failing to coordinate policy responses, the ...
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AFP
Lorry driver pleads guilty to manslaughter of 39 people found in container

Lorry driver pleads guilty to manslaughter of 39 people found in container

Lorry driver Maurice Robinson has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of 39 people who were found dead in the back of a refrigerated truck. The bodies of the Vietnamese nationals were discovered by emergency services at an industrial estate in Ess...
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Press Association
Monkeys, dogs, cows reclaim India's streets amid virus lockdown

Monkeys, dogs, cows reclaim India's streets amid virus lockdown

Dozens of monkeys, dogs and cows roam the deserted streets of New Delhi, leading an animal offensive taking advantage of the country's coronavirus lockdown.
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AFP
Actor And Comedian Vir Das Shares Three Ways To Help And Create Awareness

Actor And Comedian Vir Das Shares Three Ways To Help And Create Awareness

On #India4All telethon, actor and comedian Vir Das shared three ways to help the people in need and simultaneously create awareness. The comedian asked to find and contribute to charities providing immediate relief to daily wagers or to state and ...
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NDTV
The British medics on the frontline

The British medics on the frontline

Medical workers in the intensive care unit in London's University College Hospital continue to cope with the onslaught of critically ill coronavirus patients, with a doctor saying that although they currently have enough staff and oxygen, more ventil
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Reuters
London and Manchester city centres virtually empty

London and Manchester city centres virtually empty

London and Manchester city centres were almost deserted on Wednesday.
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ITN
Floridians line up at an unemployment centre as US jobless rate surges

Floridians line up at an unemployment centre as US jobless rate surges

Cars line up at an unemployment center in Hialeah, Florida, as the coronavirus craters the US economy. Weekly data shows an alarming 10 million people applied for unemployment benefits in the second half of March, as the pandemic slammed the US.
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AFP
Israelis mark Passover in virtual isolation

Israelis mark Passover in virtual isolation

Israelis mark Passover, a celebration of freedom, in virtual isolation as a stricter coronavirus lockdown takes effect.
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Reuters
Couple creates fast-food drive through in their kitchen

Couple creates fast-food drive through in their kitchen

After craving for a takeaway burger, but being unable to get one due to lockdown restrictions, one couple created a drive-through experience in their kitchen. Ashleigh and Nate Crowley from Walsall had just moved house when the UK was placed into...
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Press Association
In pictures: the supermoon, the brightest moon of the year

In pictures: the supermoon, the brightest moon of the year

Missed it from your balcony? Check the photographs of the biggest and brightest moon of the year as seen from different part of the world
Euronews
Fabric store customers covet mask materials

Fabric store customers covet mask materials

People are lining up outside fabric stores to get materials for face masks so they can protect their families, friends and first responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Associated Press