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Centre deputes 30 officers to assist state govt's in the effective management of COVID-19

The Indian Govt has appointed 30 Joint Secretary and above-level officers to assist State Govt's in handling COVID-19 effectively. Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla reviewed yesterday the extent of readiness to control the spread of the deadly disease in states bordering on Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in India is 137 according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Src: https://bit.ly/2IUDaH1

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Avoid addressing me as ‘my lord’ or ‘your lordship’: Justice Muralidhar to lawyers

As per reports, a note attached to the cause list of cases issued for Monday by the Punjab and Haryana High Court informed the respected members of the Bar that Hon'ble Justice S Muralidhar has requested that they may avoid addressing him as 'your lordship' or 'my lord’.” Justice Muralidhar was transferred to the Punjab and Haryana High Court on March 6 after Delhi High Court bench headed by him expressed "anguish" over the Delhi Police's failure to register FIRs against three BJP leaders for their alleged hate speeches. Src: https://bit.ly/2QySL3p

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Under stress due to rape case against him, constable commits suicide in Delhi

A constable identified as Aashish Malik (26) with the Sachivalaya Suraksha Force allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself. As per the media reports, a diary has been recovered from the death spot. Which had claimed that the deceased was under stress because a lady had registered a rape case against him. Malik was posted in an office of Ministry of Tourism at Dara Shikoh Road in Delhi. Src: https://bit.ly/2QiM3Oz

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1st & 2nd test of Coronavirus free for all citizens says government

In a statement by Sanjeeva Kumar, Special Secretary, Ministry of Health announced that the first and second confirmatory tests for COVID-19 are free for all citizens. The total number of Coronavirus case in India has rose to 107 with 2 deaths. In the Statement Kunst also claimed that the country has enough capacity as only 10 percent of the capacity has been utilized per day so far. Src: https://bit.ly/33ocpUW

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