Indian Coronavirus latest news: Total number of cases in India has now crossed the 900,000 mark. Maharashtra has 260,924 cases, Delhi 113,740, and Tamil Nadu 142,000. Indian Coronavirus latest update: India has recorded over 28,000 new cases in a day to take its total number of Covid-19 cases to 907,645. This is the third consecutive day when India has recorded over 28,000…View More India Coronavirus Update: Covid-19 crosses 900,000 & 540 deaths in one day
The Railways on Wednesday issued a list of 100 pairs of trains that it will operate from June 1, putting in operation popular trains such as Duronto’s, Sampark Kranti’s, Jan Shatabdi’s and Poorva Express. This is the second slew of special passenger services that marked the Railways graded restoration of its trains which were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.…View More TRAINS IN INDIA TO RUN FROM JUNE 1ST: ONLINE BOOKING BEGINS TODAY
Check Tiruvannamalai and Tamil Nadu’s Red,Orange and Green Zone below A 98-year-old man died of COVID-19 here as the state reported the highest ever of 203 positive cases on Friday, even as the Chennai corporation said those found violating the lockdown regulations will be penalised Rs 100 a day and put in quarantine for 14 days. With the fresh cases,…View More Lockdown 4.0: Is Tiruvannamalai a Red Zone or Orange Zone? See list of Red, Orange & Green Zones in Tamil Nadu
Citing the high number of coronavirus cases, Tiruvannamalai administration has decided to continue lockdown restriction in 12 districts Ramanashram, Annamalaiyar Temple, mosques, churches and all other places of religious worship will remain closed. Tamil Nadu recorded over 10,000 coronavirus cases. Over 600 people tested positive for novel coronavirus in last 24 hours. Chennai alone accounted for 6,750 COVID-19 cases. Citing the…View More Tiruvannamalai lockdown 4.0: What’s allowed and what is not allowed in Tiruvannamalai
TIRUVANNAMALAI NEWS: The Tiruvannamalai district reported 23 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, its highest recorded increase in a single day till now.With this, the total number of positive cases has gone up to 128. The new cases list includes 12 males and 11 females aged 8-70 years, with an eight-year-old girl from Vandavasi being the youngest, according to Tiruvannamalai collector KS…View More Tiruvannamalai Coronavirus cases increase to 128: One Dead.
We May Never Have a COVID-19 Vaccine and Have to Live With The Disease Forever As per reports, 37 per cent of vaccines fail in the first phase of testing itself. Whereas 69 per cent fail in the second stage. And 42 per cent go futile in the third phase. Only 10 per cent of total vaccines manage to reach…View More CORONAVIRUS CURE VACCINE MAY NEVER BE FOUND FOREVER: REPORTS
As the curfew continues in the Thiruvannamalai district, the Tamil Nadu government has relaxed some business from the media. Following this, a few shops have been opened throughout the district, including electronics stores, bottle shops and motorcycle repair shops. Following this, the Government of Tamil Nadu has granted permission to open 33 more stores. This is followed by tea shops…View More Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are relaxed in Tiruvannamalai.
Spurt in cases, health officials take up contact tracing Tiruvannamalai district, which had 15 COVID-19 cases till May 2, has seen a spurt in the number in the last 10 days. With 13 new cases reported on Tuesday, the situation has become complicated for health officials faced with the necessity to track every contact of the positive cases. Till May…View More 13 New Coronavirus cases in Tiruvannamalai: Total cases now at 82 & 1 Dead
The Chitra Pournami girivalam in Tiruvannamalai slated for Wednesday has been banned owing to the Coronavirus lockdown. The Chitra Pournami Girivalam in Tiruvannamalai slated for Wednesday has been cancelled owing to the nationwide lockdown 3.0 instated in order to curb the rising number of positive novel coronavirus cases. The district witnessed a sudden spurt in the number of Covid-19 cases…View More Chitra Pournami 2020 Girivalam Around Arunachala Mountain Banned.
The bear hug in which the prime minister loves to smother Western VIPs might strike as theatrical, boastful and, above all, unhygienic, in these stricken times, observes Indianewscaster.com IMAGE: US President Donald J Trump, right, and Irish Prime Minister Dr Leo Varadkar say namaste to each other at the Oval Office last month. Photograph: Leah Millis/Reuters One aspect of the COVID-19…View More NAMASTE IS THE NEW HELLO FOR THE WORLD!