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CLAT 2020: Last date for submission of application extended till 1 July; download forms here consortiumofnlus.ac.in
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CLAT 2020: Last date for submission of application extended till 1 July; download forms here consortiumofnlus.ac.in

The exam, which was first scheduled to be held on 10 May, was postponed to 24 May in view of the coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Mumbai traffic police collect Rs 9 crore from lockdown violators between 20 March to 13 May
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Mumbai traffic police collect Rs 9 crore from lockdown violators between 20 March to 13 May

Mumbai traffic police collected Rs 9 crore by issuing challans to those violating lockdown norms in the city since the travel restrictions came into force in March, an official said.

WHO chief says coronavirus outbreak 10 times deadlier than 2009 swine flu pandemic, urges countries to lift control measures gradually
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WHO chief says coronavirus outbreak 10 times deadlier than 2009 swine flu pandemic, urges countries to lift control measures gradually

World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday (local time) warned that the COVID-19, which originated in China's Wuhan last year, is 10 times deadlier than the swine flu

CNBC-TV18 leads business news with all-India viewership of 70.7%; 42 crore tune in to Network18 channels in week 2 of lockdown
India

CNBC-TV18 leads business news with all-India viewership of 70.7%; 42 crore tune in to Network18 channels in week 2 of lockdown

CNBC-TV18, India’s leading business news channel has garnered an All-India viewership of 70.7 percent against 29.3 percent for others in Week 2 of COVID-19 disruption hitting the country, according to data by BARC

Food prices may spike, warn experts as coronavirus lockdown adds to woes of farmers fearing poor produce due to untimely rains
India

Food prices may spike, warn experts as coronavirus lockdown adds to woes of farmers fearing poor produce due to untimely rains

Food prices in India are likely to rise soon, warn experts, as farmers in the country face the double whammy of erratic rainfall and coronavirus lockdown