The first concern is qualitative and has to do with how one assesses such tempering of inflation.
10 train services including Jodhpur-Delhi Sarai Rohilla special train and the Jodhpur-Indore special train were cancelled due to a low passenger load.
Though the state is currently under complete lockdown till May 24, there have been voices, including by several senior Ministers in favour of extending it, aimed at controlling the spread of the virus
Nirani told the press that he has spoken to the health and home ministers in this regard and the state government will take the decision after consulting with the expert panel.
Trishi further added that they are trying to deliver free of cost basic grocery items to the people who are struggling for food in this situation.
The officials said restrictions on the movement and assembly of people continued to remain in force on Sunday, though the curbs were not strict.
As many as 7,343 policemen out of about 60,000-strong police force have been afflicted with the virus in the line of duty and 30 of them lost their lives.
The steady, inexorable spread of the Covid-19 second wave and the inevitable lockdowns that follow have begun to sap the strength of India’s 5.5 million- strong truck fleet.
While bad, the dip is nowhere close to the demand devastation recorded during the peak of the nationwide lockdown imposed last summer.
He said that inoculation of the people would remain the priority of the state government though closure of certain activities would equally be given importance given the sudden surge in virus cases.
The suggestion comes on a day when TNIE had argued in an editorial that "the CM can set an example, and thereby create history again, by exploring the options for a virtual ceremony."
The lockdown, currently in force in all districts of the state, was set to end in most regions at May 15 midnight.
Movement of private vehicles, taxis, buses, metro rail, suburban trains will not be allowed during the 15-day lockdown period.
However, in case of medical emergencies, commercial and private vehicles will be allowed to operate after getting permission from the authorities.
We used a novel method to analyse daily numbers of new cases. This shows deceleration of the second wave started on April 21.