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Bisleri starts direct-to-consumer home delivery of mineral water across nation

Bottled drinking water major Bisleri today said it has launched direct-to-consumer home delivery service of its mineral water to help meet the increase in demand during the coronavirus lockdown. Through this initiative, consumers across cities can opt to order directly on the company website or through a toll-free number and the order will be delivered by the company via its distribution network within 48 hours. Bisleri wants to assure its consumers that pure and safe mineral water will be delivered to their doorstep and also aims to keep them hydrated. Src: https://bit.ly/2UZ3u9D

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If you roam unnecessarily, we'll make you listen Masakali 2.0: Jaipur Police

The Twitter handle of Jaipur Police took a dig at song 'Masakali 2.0' and issued a warning against those violating lockdown amid coronavirus pandemic. "If you're unnecessarily roaming outside we'll put you in a room and play 'Masakali 2.0' on loop," they wrote. They also altered the lyrics of the song and wrote, "Mat udiyo, tu dariyo...Na kar manmani...Ghar mein hi rahiyo, naa kar naadani." Src: https://bit.ly/2RrZxbu

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No mask, no fuel rule in Odisha by all petrol pumps

The petrol pumps across Odisha have come out with a rigorous rule, No Mask, No Petrol/Diesel /CNG, in a bid to strictly enforce government's order making the wearing of face masks mandatory while going out of homes. The fuel outlets decision was announced by Utkal Petroleum Dealers Association general secretary Sanjay Lath in Bhubaneswar. The state has reported 44 cases of Coronavirus. Src: https://bit.ly/34vc96T

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149 people held, 30 vehicles impounded for defying lockdown in Noida

The police on Thursday arrested 149 people and impounded 30 vehicles across Noida and Greater Noida for allegedly defying the COVID-19 lockdown. The police reported that seven FIRs were registered. A total of 445 vehicles were checked across 132 barrier points in the district and challans issued to 200 of them, while 30 were impounded. The FIRs were registered under the Indian Penal Code section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) over violations of the lockdown under Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) Section 144, which bars assembly of four or more person. Src: https://bit.ly/2VjRZbL

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