Slowly, tentatively, a handful of European countries began lifting constraints on daily life this week for the first time since the start of the coronavirus crisis, providing an early litmus test of whether western democracies can gingerly restart their economies and restore basic freedoms without reviving the spread of the disease
In the weeks since all of Italy was ordered indoors — no football games, no visiting cafes or bars, no church services — the country made slow progress toward containing its severe coronavirus outbreak
These 21 days are crucial to mitigate the spread of the disease and that the decision was taken after consulting with various health experts and WHO.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Clapping won't help daily wage earners, massive economic package will, says Rahul Gandhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that the coronavirus has affected small, medium businessmen and daily wage labourers the most and the government, instead of clapping, needs to release an economic package for them
Curfew relaxed in few areas in Shillong for few hours following improvement in law and order, says Meghalaya Police
The curfew, imposed on Saturday in the wake of clashes between tribal and non-tribal groups which claimed three lives, was relaxed in these two areas since 12 noon
CAB protests in Assam: Authorities relax curfew in Guwahati from 9 am to 4 pm but offices remain shut
The curfew, imposed in Guwahati amid protests against the amended Citizenship Act, was relaxed on Saturday from 9 am to 4pm, police said
Murder of Shiv Sena leader, two others, trigger tension in rural Amravati; curfew imposed as residents resort to stone-throwing
A curfew was clamped in some rural areas of Maharashtra's Amravati on Monday after three people, including a local Shiv Sena leader, were killed in separate incidents, triggering tension between two communities
Curfew-like restrictions reimposed across Kashmir in view of Muharram processions today; Srinagar’s Lal Chowk sealed off
Curfew-like restrictions were reimposed on Tuesday in several parts of Kashmir, including the city, to foil any plans on taking out Muharram processions in the Valley
Month after abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Army and terrorists wage 'poster war'
While terrorist groups are distributing pamphlets slamming the government for revoking special status, the Indian Army is countering with flyers listing the benefits of such a decision.
Kashmir after Article 370: As govt lifts curfew after month, Sopore attack shows citizens face renewed jihadist threat
The government promised Kashmir that the end of Article 370 means a new start, and a bright future. The path to paradise, though, is clearly a fraught, uncertain one.
Ahead of Muharram, curfew-like restrictions reimposed in several parts of Kashmir; Srinagar’s Lal Chowk has been sealed off
The officials did not cite any reasons for reimposing restrictions but it is believed that the step was taken to prevent Muharram processions
Three-yr-old girl injured in militant attack in Kashmir's Sopore to be airlifted to AIIMS, three of her family stable
Five civilians, including an 18-year-old man, have died in Kashmir since Delhi's decision to revoke the region's special status
Kashmir after Article 370: Death of a civilian, detention of youths fuel fear and loathing in Valley
The Valley has remained under lockdown with both cellphones and landlines blocked and internet access suspended.
Centre dismisses Kashmir protests after Article 370 as 'stray incidents' but rising number of pellet injuries tells a different tale
Twenty year old, Suhail Basheer Mir, has been left with a blurred vision after he was hit by a volley of pellets fired by the government forces in Rainwari area of Srinagar last Friday during a demonstration against the revocation of Article 370
Days after calling reports of unrest in Srinagar's Soura 'fabricated', MHA admits to incident, but maintains no bullets were fired
Days after calling reports of protests and violence in Srinagar 'fabricated and incorrect', the Ministry of Home Affairs wrote on Twitter on Tuesday that 'miscreants mingled with people returning home after prayers at a local mosque' in Soura
Centre should act thoughtfully else Kashmir will slip out of our hands: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on abrogation of Article 370
Asserting that saving Kashmir is their prime focus, senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has appealed to Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and NSA Ajit Doval to act 'thoughtfully' or else 'Kashmir will slip out of our hands'
Revocation of Article 370 deepens anxieties in Kashmir; locals fear increased levels of violence, job woes
The abrogation of special status and the division of the state into two Union territories is being seen in Kashmir as a major setback.
Kashmir after Article 370: Ground situation belies official claims about 'normalcy' as offices, business establishments remain shut
Amid restrictions in Kashmir, even employees of the government's information department were unable to reach their office.
Nayeem Ahmad Shah, who was killed by cow vigilantes in Jammu's Bhaderwah, was carrying no animal during attack, claims relative
Violence broke out in Bhaderwah town of Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday after a group of cow vigilantes shot dead 52-year-old Nayeem Ahmad Shah late last night