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Bengaluru startup launches India's first at-home testing kit for Coronavirus

Bengaluru-based startup Bione has launched India's first 'rapid' at-home COVID-19 screening kit, which it claims can deliver results in 5-10 minutes. The kit has been approved by Indian Council of Medical Research. The test requires users to clean their finger with an alcohol swab and prick it with a provided needle. The cartridge, then, reads the result from the blood sample. It has been reported that the kit is likely to be priced between INR 2,000 to INR 3,000 depending upon the global supply, to increase its affordability for the masses. Src: https://bit.ly/2x2MYw7

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PM Modi shares video of ex-PM Vajpayee reciting 'Aao Diya Jalayein' on Twitter

In a tweet, PM Narendra Modi on Saturday shared a video of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee reciting 'Aao Diya Jalayein'. This comes a day after PM Modi appealed the nation in a video message to switch off lights on April 5 at 9 pm and light a candle or diya for 9 minutes. In the message PM Modi had said, "Remember, none of us is alone in this fight against coronavirus." Src: https://bit.ly/3bR2U3v

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Police attacked with axes, sticks by group for enforcing lockdown in UP

According to reports, three policemen in UP's Kannauj were injured after they were attacked with axes and sticks when they went to enforce lockdown at a home where over 30 people had gathered for Friday prayers. The police said that the situation was brought under control after back-up arrived and force was used to disperse the crowd. Ten people have been detained in the incident. Src: https://bit.ly/2UGocuP

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EC further postpones Rajya Sabha elections amid COVID-19 lockdown in the country

The Election Commission said that it is using its constitutional powers to further defer Rajya Sabha polls to 18 seats beyond the terms of the retiring members, amid coronavirus pandemic lockdown in the country. Rajya Sabha elections were scheduled to be held on March 26. While 17 Rajya Sabha members from six states are retiring on April 9, one from Meghalaya is retiring on April 12. The 18 seats are spread across Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Meghalaya. Src: https://bit.ly/2Rb2ygb

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