No screaming, no zillion talking heads screaming over each other. This is the sort of news your parents grew up on. With a twist of lime. And a butter toast on the side. Wholewheat obviously.
In a three-minute Zoom call to its employees, Uber laid off 3,500 employees which made up for 14% of its workforce. Several organisations have had to take the difficult decision of laying off employees but Uber is facing criticism for the way the information was passed on to the workers.
The never-ending queues outside liquor shops are being witnessed across India. Delhi Police even resorted to lathi-charge to quell the crowd. The visuals are no different in other parts of the country. The ongoing national lockdown has entered the third phase from May 4.
This guy’s Porsche ride cost him dearly. He was made to do sit-ups in the middle of the street by security forces, right beside his high-end luxury 2-seater Porsche. 20-year-old Sanskar Daryani thought he’d take his car out for a spin but was caught by the members of the Municipal Security Committee, Indore. A lesson that he won't forget any time soon.
This ambulance was carrying the dead body of a doctor but now it stands severely damaged as locals in Chennai attacked it. Dr Simon Hercules died treating coronavirus patients but he was denied dignity in death when he couldn’t be given a proper burial due to protests by locals at a crematorium, in Vellangadu near Anna Nagar.
Suspected coronavirus cases were onboard this ferry in Indonesia and as soon as the other passengers found out, panic ensued. Some passengers reportedly jumped off the ferry and swam ashore. The visuals are now trending on social media.
#9PM9Minutes seemingly had some side effects. A call was given by the PM to light diyas, candles, and mobile flashlights but this man went a little overboard wrapping lights on his entire body and roaming out on the streets. He wasn’t alone though, a lot of people got carried away.
The world has been struggling to control COVID-19 for quite some time now. Now, there are some cases of patients testing positive for it after first testing negative in Wuhan. This has taken many of us by surprise. According to some reports, in Wuhan, three to 10% of patients who recovered from COVID-19 tested positive again after being discharged from the hospital.
A woman in US is facing terrorism charges over coronavirus scare. The woman had intentionally coughed in a grocery store. Consequently, the store had to throw out the food she coughed on and suffered the loss of $35,000 (around INR 26 lakh).