Newspaper Headlines: Coronavirus Cases In India Cross 1 Lakh, Over 3,000 Dead And Other Top Stories

Updated: May 19, 2020 08:50 IST

Coronavirus cases in India crossed one lakh on Monday with more people testing positive for COVID-19 in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and other states. Delhi government announces revised guidelines for phase four of the nationwide lockdown, allows public transport to run in the national capital.

Newspaper Headlines: Coronavirus Cases In India Cross 1 Lakh, Over 3,000 Dead And Other Top Stories
HindustanTimes: The lead headline in Hindustan Times today focused on the number of known coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases in India crossed 1,00,000 on Monday. The other stories in focus include Delhi allows public transport - cab services and buses; not the metro. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday released its revised timetable for examinations of pending papers of Class 10 and 12 to be conducted between July 1 and 15. As many as 10,000 migrant workers from Delhi and other parts of the national capital region (NCR) gathered at Ghaziabad's Ramlila Maidan to obtain passes for six Shramik Special trains and the World Health Organization said an independent review of the global coronavirus response would begin as soon as possible, and received backing and a hefty pledge of funds from China. More
Newspaper Headlines: Coronavirus Cases In India Cross 1 Lakh, Over 3,000 Dead And Other Top Stories
Asian Age: The headline story gives detailed report on the eased lockdown norms in Delhi and Karnataka; Delhi shops to open on odd-even basis and Karnataka bars entry from 4 states; Mamata Banerjee says, "No curfew" but police action after 7 in West Bengal. The other big headline was about the impact of Cyclone Amphan that makes landfall on May 20, states on alert and Odisha capital Bhubaneswar is now COVID-19 free. More
Newspaper Headlines: Coronavirus Cases In India Cross 1 Lakh, Over 3,000 Dead And Other Top Stories
Deccan Herald: The main story focused China facing global pressure and relenting opposition for an inquiry of coronavirus. In an exclusive, several scientists Deccan Herald spoke to are circumspect about various figures and graphs shared by the central government agencies related to the virus data. Other main reports Karnataka has decided to allow public transport services and commercial activities to start from Tuesday and a six-day-week regime will be followed till May 31 and The Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations, which were deferred due to the lockdown, will now be held from June 25 to July 4. More

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