A video went viral earlier this morning (May 26, 2020), where the CMO (Chief Medical Officer) of Kashmir's Bandipora district, Dr. Tajamul Hussain, can be seen losing his cool.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath has announced that his government is setting up a 'Migrant Commission', which will provide employment and social security to over 23 lakh stranded migrant workers who are returning to the state during this lockdown.
In a probe being carried out against AAP MLA from Delhi's Deoli area, Prakash Jarwal, the Delhi Police has found out that Jarwal allegedly takes bribes from water tanker contractors associated with the DJB (Delhi Jal Board).
Violating the national lockdown and all prescribed norms of social-distancing, Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari travels from New Delhi to Sonipat, Haryana, to play cricket.
Two activists from Pinjratod, Devangana, and Natasha were arrested by the Delhi Police around 6 pm on Saturday.
After the KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) resumed its inter-district bus services from May 19, 2020 (Tuesday), one of Newshound India Foundation's contributor travelling from Bengaluru to Bijapur, witnessed gross negligence on the part of KSRTC employees at Bengaluru's Majestic Bus Terminal, on the morning on May 21, 2020 (Thursday).
In another disturbing development from Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal, family members of a girl (Kirti Koushal), are alleging that she "was murdered by her in-laws for dowry" on May 03, 2020.
Meghana Manjunath, a 26-year-old student of architecture at the University of Sheffield, who flew from London to Bengaluru aboard an Air India evacuation flight (Boeing-777) on May 10, 2020, narrated her experiences through a series of live tweets for the benefit of other compatriots waiting to return home.
Deepak Bundele, a lawyer, was beaten up by a group of policemen while he was heading to the hospital for his treatment, when they presumed that he was Muslim, as initially reported by The Wire on March 23, 2020.
I was always under the impression that laws progressed as society progressed, and that's how they come into existence in the first place. Nah, we have a lot of modern-day oppressors around beer in this country. The Colonial Raj has ended and we are thriving as a nation, but our laws towards alcohol haven't seen much change...
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