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27 deaths in a single day, 4067 cases reported

India marked highest death toll of 27 on Sunday due to coronavirus, taking the total tally to 124. Around 13 deaths alone were reported from Maharashtra. The total case of infection rose to 4067. According to govt, the doubling of cases is taking place in 4.1 days but it would been 7.4 days if Tablighi Jamaat wouldn't have happened in Delhi. Globally 70,000 people have died due to coronavirus where as 1.25 million are infected. Src: https://bit.ly/2yD2rnf

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Seven special flights arranged to evacuate Britishers stranded in India

Around seven special flights are being arranged to evacuate 20,000 British nationals who are stranded in India due to lockdown in view of coronavirus The chartered flights will depart for London from Goa (on April 8, 10 and 12), Mumbai (April 9, 11) and New Delhi (April 9, 11). "An estimated 35,000 British nationals are currently in India. Over 20,000 have told us they wish to return to the UK as soon as possible,” a British High Commission spokesperson said. Src: https://bit.ly/2UJl29C

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Have sex on even dates for son, avoid inauspicious timing, says Marathi Preacher Indurikar

Marathi preacher Indurikar Maharaj was criticized after in a video he claimed that having intercourse on even date begets a male child. "If intercourse with a woman is done on even date, a male child is born and if intercourse is done on an odd date, a girl child is born. If intercourse is done on inauspicious timing, the child that is born would bring a bad name to the family" he said in the video. A government official said his remarks can attract action under provisions of the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act. Src: https://bit.ly/31QiRmy

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India announces ban on e-ciggarettes on flight and airports

India has announced the ban on e-cigarettes in both domestic and international flights and at airports, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security said in a circular. The government had imposed a ban on production, manufacture and advertisement of e-cigarettes in 2019. Offenders will be given jail term for up to one year and a fine of INR1 lakh. The government imposed the ban under the Prohibition of Electronic Cigarettes (Production, Manufacture, Import, Export, Transport, Sale, Distribution, Storage and Advertisement) Act, which was passed in December 2019. Src: https://bit.ly/2vw7NPp

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