Daily buzz @ 6May, 2020 42nd day of lockdown First Hindu youth joins Pakistan Air Force


42nd day of lockdown

India @ 49,581 and death toll touched 1,699


Mumbai is on the verge of an unprecedented public health emergency:
Despite lockdown, Mumbai is witnessing 400 cases daily on average. The city’s medical infrastructure is finding it difficult to meet their needs, forcing a few to wait on roads overnight before the administration makes arrangements.What is worse, the city has almost exhausted its ICU care facilities in both public and private hospitals.
The BMC and the Maharashtra govt. are doing what it can to make space for more beds, but officials involved said: “Having more beds now is like putting band-aid on a fractured hand. We don’t have enough medical personnel, doctors, nurses for the new patients coming in.”

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Most wanted Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Riyaz Naikoo Killed in Jammu And Kashmir:

RiyazNaikoo, one of Kashmir’s most wanted terrorists and the commander of terror group Hizbul Mujahideen, was killed during an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district this morning.

Naikoo was killed during an anti-terrorist operation conducted by the Army and J&K Police in the Beighpura area of Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district. A second terrorist, believed to be an accomplice of Naikoo, was also killed in the encounter.

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First Hindu youth joins Pakistan Air Force:
In a first, a Pakistani Hindu youth has become the first person from the minority community to join the Pakistan Air Force.Rahul Dev has been recruited as a General Duty Pilot Officer, the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) said in a tweet.The official Radio Pakistan on Wednesday said it is “for the first time in Pakistan’s history” that a Hindu youth has been recruited as a general duty pilot officer in PAF.

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Outrage as Karnataka Stops Trains to Ensure Migrant Workers Can’t Leave:

The Karnataka government has cancelled all the ten trains that were expected to ferry migrant workers back to their home states this week — a move the opposition Congress dubbed holding the workers “hostage”. Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said he has “appealed” to migrant workers to stay as construction work has resumed in the state.

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Coronavirus by Air: The spread of Covid-19 in the Middle East:

An investigation by BBC News Arabic has analyzed flight tracking data and open source footage which shows how Iran’s largest airline – Mahan Air – continued to fly while government flight bans were in place, and contributed to the spread of Covid-19 in the Middle East.Mahan Air ran hundreds of flights to and from Iran, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates and Syria between late January and the end of March. All these countries gave Mahan Air permission to land. And they did so while their own bans on routine flights from Iran were in place.

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New Zealand coronavirus: Massive car heist under cover of lockdown

It must have looked like the heist of their dreams. A whole yard full of well-maintained rental vehicles, all lined up, unlocked and ready to go – with the keys inside.So, under cover of New Zealand’s exceptionally strict virus lockdown, a group of thieves went to work.They cut through the fence of local rental company Jucy in Auckland, lifted the gate from its hinges and began driving out the cars.

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Extension of the lockdown in Telangana State till May 29: 11 new cases reported today

Chief Minister K ChandrashekharRao on Tuesday announced extension of the lockdown in Telangana State till May 29, 12 days beyond the existing nation-wide lockdown till May 17 announced by the Centre. Simultaneously, he also announced easing of lockdown norms as per the guidelines of the Union government in 25 districts of the State which have been classified as green and orange zones beginning Wednesday.

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Liquor shops open after 42 days in Hyderabad:

After Chief Minister K. ChandrashekharRao on Tuesday night announced that liquor shops would be opened from Wednesday, shopkeepers made necessary arrangements to sell liquor. Since tuesday midnight, they briefed the staff about the steps to be taken to ensure that customers maintain social distance while standing in queue and wear masks.

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More than 2350 Telangana NRIs are expected to return shortly in 7special flights:

The Chief Secretary directed the officials to make arrangements for Institutional Quarantine, medical screening at the airport and coordination with the Nodal Officers designated by the Ministry of External Affairs(MEA).

He informed that as per guidelines, the incoming passengers have to undergo institutional quarantine at their own cost. He directed the officials to co-ordinate with hotels to prepare packages for their 14-day stay to suit the budgets of different travelers. He also directed that medical teams should be arranged to undertake their regular check-up. Transport arrangements from the airport to quarantine centers were entrusted to TSRTC Managing Director.

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