Coronavirus Outbreak: Karur Vysya Bank donates Rs 1 cr to TN govt towards Covid-19 relief
Private sector Karur Vysya Bank has contributed Rs one crore to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund in view of the coronavirus outbreak
Chennai: Private sector Karur Vysya Bank has contributed Rs one crore to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund in view of the coronavirus outbreak.
The bank's president and chief operating officer J Natarajan handed over the demand draft to Transport Minister M R Vijayabhaskar in this regard, a press release said on Friday.
As many as 20 people have lost their lives due to COVID- 19 while 1,683 people have tested positive for the virus in the state so far.
'Come together to defeat BJP': Mamata Banerjee discusses Oppn unity, Pegasus row with Sonia and Rahul
Banerjee's visit during the ongoing Parliament's Monsoon Session assumes increased significance with the Opposition cornering the Centre on price rise, increasing cost of fuel and COVID-19 pandemic
US lowers travel advisory for India: Why this change was made and travel situation with other countries
The United States' travel advisory comes as India recorded just 30,093 new coronavirus infections, its lowest in 125 days
It said that more than 45.37 crore vaccine doses have been provided to states and UTs so far through all sources and a further 59,39,010 doses are in the pipeline