172 cases so far: ICSC board deferred 10th and 12th examinations; 168 trains will be canceled from tomorrow due to shortage of passengers

  • Prime Minister Modi to address the nation on the threat and rescue of Coronavirus at 8 pm tonight
  • The first case came up in Chandigarh, the report of a 23-year-old woman who returned from Britain came back positive
  • Suspected suicide in Safdarjung Hospital, returned from Sydney, Australia

In view of the increasing outbreak of coronaviruses, the ICSC Board has deferred the exams of class X and XII. Earlier, the Central Government has also asked the CBSC to postpone the examinations conducted by it. The number of coronavirus infections in the country has increased to 172 on Thursday. A new case has come to light in Maharashtra and five in Chandigarh. The report of a 23-year-old woman in Chandigarh has come positive. She has recently returned from the UK.

168 trains to be canceled from tomorrow till 31st March

Railways have decided to stop 168 trains from March 20 to March 31 in view of shortage of passengers. As a precaution, pilgrimage also been stopped at Jammu’s Raghunath Temple and ISKCON Temple in Delhi. In Haridwar, Uttarakhand, the district administration has banned the entry of common people in the Ganga Aarti till 31 March. However, Aarti will be held regularly during this period. Meanwhile, 50 international and 34 domestic flights were canceled from Chennai Airport.

On Wednesday, the country saw the highest number of 28 cases in a single day. Three cases each occurred in Rajasthan and Karnataka, two each in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, one each in Maharashtra, Haryana, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir and Tamil Nadu. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 8 pm tonight on this crisis.


  • The ISKCON temple in Delhi has been closed from Thursday to 31 March.
  • The Allahabad High Court said that every effort should be made to ensure that the prisoners under consideration in the district courts are not called for their dates. The judges of the district should decide that other important court functions should also be done through video conferencing.
  • West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that everyone coming from abroad will be subjected to corona test, even if it is a VVIP.
  • Army Chief General MM Narwane inspected the Quarantine Center in Jaisalmer on Wednesday. Indians brought from abroad are kept here.
  • Telangana Chief Minister K.K. Chandrasekhar has called a high-level emergency meeting on Thursday to guard against coronavirus. He has requested people not to go to festivities and crowded places.

Center asked to postpone examinations including CBSE by 31 March

In view of the situation, the Central Government has asked the CBSE to postpone all the exams conducted by it by 31 March. Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development Amit Khare said that the new date of JEE Main Examination will be announced on 31 March after reviewing the situation.

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The country saw the highest number of 28 cases in a single day, Modi will address the nation tonight at 8 pm

Health Minister said- arrangements are going well
Maharashtra: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Wednesday reviewed facilities at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. He told the media that everything is going fine here. We are taking necessary steps to handle the situation in a scientific and professional manner. Meanwhile, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has recovered 1 lakh 7 thousand rupees as a fine from those who spit in public places. This action has been taken on more than 100 people. BMC has appealed to the people to cooperate during this crisis.

Assam: As a precautionary step, the state government has issued advisory to close liquor shops, night clubs, beauty parlors and salons.

Goa: State Health Minister Vishwajit Rane took stock of the Dabolin airport preparations on Wednesday night.

Odisha: Taking precautionary measures regarding coronaviruses, East Coast Railway desalinated Bhubaneswar Coaching Depot.

Madhya Pradesh: To overcome the shortage of masks in the market, 100 prisoners are engaged in making masks in Jabalpur Central Jail. Jail Superintendent Gopal Tamarkar told that an order has been received to make 50,000 masks from Mumbai.

Telangana witnessed 8 cases on Wednesday
On Wednesday, 28 new cases were reported in 10 states and union territories in one day. This is the highest number of cases of infection reported in a day. Telangana recorded the highest number of 8 cases. Three cases each occurred in Rajasthan and Karnataka, two each in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, one each in Maharashtra, Haryana, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir and Tamil Nadu. There have been 3 deaths from the infection so far.

Corona suspect commits suicide in Delhi

A suspect committed suicide at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi on Wednesday. He had returned from Australia and airport officials had brought him to the hospital after complaining of a headache.

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786 people died in 24 hours
Coronavirus has spread to 173 countries. In the last 24 hours, 786 people have died due to this virus in the world. Italy has lost the most 475 people. This is the largest death toll from any infection in any country. No new cases of infection were reported in China on Wednesday. This was the first time since January. In Britain 104 people died on Wednesday on one single day. 15123 new cases of infection were reported. Currently 2 lakh 6 thousand 250 people worldwide are vulnerable to coronavirus.

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