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Northeast report first Covid-19 death

The Northeast reported its first death due to coronavirus disease Covid-19. A 65-year-old patient passed away at Silchar Medical College Hospital (SMCH), Assam. In Northeast the cases tallied to 34- Assam has a total of 29 Covid-19 positive cases till date and 28 of them have links to the Nizamuddin markaz (centre). Manipur (2), Mizoram (1), Tripura (1) and Arunachal Pradesh (1) are other states with positive cases, while Nagaland and Meghalaya don’t have any case yet. Src: https://bit.ly/2yQQQ43

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Prisons in Maharashtra put under lockdown

In the five central prisons in Mumbai, Pune and Thane districts lockdown has been issued to prevent the spread of coronavirus among inmates, as per media reports. From now onwards no new inmates would be admitted and no one would be let out including the staff. The order applicable to Arthur Road jail and Byculla jail in Mumbai, jails in Thane and Kalyan, and Yerawada jail in Pune. According to reports, the step was being taken as these jails are located in coronavirus-affected areas, and house a large number of inmates. Src: https://bit.ly/2XpLlmZ

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PM Modi wishes fellow Indians on the occasion of Good Friday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of Good Friday wished fellow Indians remembering Jesus Christ on Twitter. ”Lord Christ devoted his life to serving others. His courage and righteousness stand out and so does his sense of justice. On Good Friday, we remember Lord Christ and his commitment to truth, service and justice,” he tweeted today. Good Friday is important day for Christians as they commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Src: https://bit.ly/39Y8KyH

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UK High Court delays judgement against Vijay Mallya

In a major relief to Liquor baron fugitive Vijay Mallya, the High Court in London has extended the hearings on a plea by the SBI-led consortium of Indian banks, seeking the return of loan of 1.145 billion pounds provided to tycoon by declaring him bankrupt to enable them recover money. Justice Michael Briggs of the insolvency division of the High Court granted relief to Mallya, ruling that he should be given extra time until his petitions in the Supreme Court of India and his settlement proposal before the Karnataka High Court is heard, allowing him time to repay his debts to the banks in full. Src: https://bit.ly/39Y67Nd

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