COVID-19: Tamil Nadu government to impose fresh lockdown restrictions from Sunday. What does it mean for you?
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Friday announced fresh restrictions during the lockdown period to avoid people's unnecessary movement as the state is entering the second stage of coronavirus spread. The fresh restrictions will come into force from March 29.
As the whole nation is under a 21-day lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus, Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan recently posted a video on his official Facebook page where he is seen having a tough time at home doing domestic chores. The clip titled "Reality hits hard", which also has his wife in it, was posted on March 24 and has received over 475K reactions so far. While it is meant to be "hilarious", here are certain things that aren't okay about it.
COVID-19: PM Modi puts India under lockdown for 21 days; find out what services are open, what stays shut
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a complete lockdown across the country for 21 days from Tuesday midnight, asserting that social distancing is the only way out for the country in its decisive battle against the coronavirus. As per the guidelines released by the Ministry of Home Affairs, here are the services that will resume despite the lockdown and those which will remain shut.
Tamil Nadu lockdown: From hospitals to food delivery, what services will be affected and exempted. Find out
With Tamil Nadu all set to go into lockdown from 6 pm on Tuesday, shops other than those selling essential commodities like milk, meat and groceries will not function. How about eateries, meat stalls and government offices? Find out here.
Jammu and Kashmir has been in a lockdown situation since August 5 when Home Minister Amit Shah announced the historic decision of abrogation of Article 370 in the state. Express brings you an inside look of how the restrictions have affected normal life in Kashmir.