As many as 32 flights flying out of Bengaluru have been cancelled due to restrictions imposed by the Karnataka government. As per reports, flights from Chennai, Mangalore, Vishakapatnam, Kolkata, Goa, Indore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Vijayawada, Jaipur amongst other cities got cancelled on Monday morning.
As the local authorities have now given the power by the Central government to demarcate areas into zones, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) released a list of containment/Red zones in the city.
In a CCTV video shared by India TV's T Raghavan, the thunderous sound that jolted Bengaluru was recorded. In the video, the loud sound could be heard, making it clear why the residents were thrown in utter confusion.
A loud "boom" thumped Bengaluru on Wednesday, throwing residents in panic. Some believed it to be an earthquake while others circulated bizarre theories.
Karnataka has announced major relaxations in during lockdown 4.0 across the state by allowing train, bus and taxi services to resume from tomorrow.
The Madras High Court on Friday ordered the closure of all state-run TASMAC liquor shops in Tamil Nadu while permitting online and door delivery only. The court order comes after petitioners pointed out crowding and violation of social distancing norms at liquor shops. Earlier, the court had refused to stay the government's decision to open liquor shops in the state.
Tamil Nadu recorded 600 new coronavirus cases on Friday, state health minister C. Vijayabaskar told the media. Out of these, about 399 were reported from capital Chennai. Three people died of the infection today.
Karnataka sold liquor worth ₹165 crores on Day 4 of the re-opening of shops as the government eased the lockdown restrictions.
Telangana has extended lockdown in the state till May 29, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced today.
Karnataka sold liquor worth ₹197 crores on Day 2 of the re-opening of shops as the government eased the lockdown restrictions.
Karnataka's Excise Department said that liquor worth Rs 45 crore had been sold in the shops across the state till 7 PM
After rationing their pegs for 47 days, people were seen lined-up outside liquor shop in Bengaluru on Monday. Karnataka's Excise Minister Nagesh on Saturday announced that standalone liquor shops are allowed to open in all districts from Monday. However, in red-zone districts, outlet outside containment zones may reopen.
Two African lion cubs, born last month at Hyderabad's Nehru Zoological Park, came out for the first time in a day crawl on Sunday.
The total number of coronavirus cases in Tamil Nadu has reached 2,757 as 231 more cases were recorded on Saturday while one person died due to COVID-19.
A Hyderabad kid has become India's youngest to beat coronavirus, emerging as a hope for many amid COVID-19 scare that has gripped the world. The kid was diagnosed with coronavirus when he was just 20-day old but has come out as a winner after defeating the deadly virus.
Thousands of migrant workers engaged in the Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad construction work, staged a protest on Wednesday at Kandi in Sangareddy district.
Four staff of Andhra Pradesh Raj Bhavan tested COVID-19 positive on Sunday including a chief security officer, attainder, and one staff nurse.
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday announced the extension of coronavirus lockdown till May 7, stating that no partial relaxations will be given in any district from April 20.
At least 30 people offered namaz prayers at a mosque in Karnataka's Belagavi today despite coronavirus lockdown in the country.
The patient is the daughter of the septuagenarian, who died three days ago in Kalaburagi after returning from Saudi Arabia.