New Delhi, May 8 (PTI) Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus crisis in India and other parts of the world on Friday.
More than 150 stranded Bangladeshis go home from Chennai as more flights are planned to Dhaka.
Over 98,000 cases of lockdown violations registered in Maharashtra.
Railways ferried over 2.5 lakh people stranded during lockdown in 222 special trains, Ministry of Home Affairs says.
Seventy four fresh COVID-19 cases reported in Uttar Pradesh; total stands at 3,145.
Central team in Pune to take stock of COVID-19 situation.
MBBS interns in Rajasthan and UP protest, seeking hike in stipend.
Thirty more BSF personnel test positive for COVID-19 as total cases in the force rises to 223.
Akola villages in Maharashtra use WhatsApp to coordinate virus fight.
AP registers 41 new deaths due to COVID-19 with 54 fresh cases taking number of infected individuals in the state to 1,887.
UP's Gautam Buddh Nagar reports first death due to COVID-19.
Telangana imposes Rs 1,000 fine for no mask in public place.
Guwahati Medical College closed for new patient admissions after PG student tests positive for COVID-19.
Over 700 Indians stranded in Maldives are set to sail back home under 'Operation Samudra Setu'.
Hundreds of migrant workers protest at Mangaluru railway station.
ICMR has decided to study prevalence of asymptomatic COVID-19 infected people to check for community spread.
Private bus operators demand doubling of bus fares in Bengal.
Disinfection drive at Srinagar Civil Secretariat after employee tests positive for COVID-19. 2:45 p.m.
Schools can't hike fees and must pay teachers during lockdown, Noida administration says.
Survivors of the Aurangabad train accident frantically raised alarm to alert their group members sleeping on tracks about a fast-approaching freight train, but it all went in vain as 16 of them were crushed to death at the crack of dawn.
Sri Lanka to target high-spending tourists to revive tourism.
Tally of COVID-19 patients in Thane district jumps to 1,655.
The Railways orders comprehensive probe into Aurangabad accident.
Singapore coronavirus infections touch 21,707 with 20 deaths, Health Ministry says.
Priyanka urges UP govt to provide insurance cover for all journalists amid COVID-19 pandemic.
UP’s first COVID-19 patient to undergo plasma therapy stable, say doctors.
Air India repatriation flight from Singapore lands at Delhi with 234 passengers.
Novel cloud-based web interface detects COVID-19 from CT scans.
Twenty two migrants flee from quarantine centre in C'garh.
European Union offers more than USD 163 million aid package to Pakistan.
IndiGo reinstates pay cut, introduces leave without pay program for senior employees from May.
Coronavirus claims life of another CISF official.
Maharashtra CM expresses grief over death of migrants and announces aid Rs 5 lakh each to their families.
Migrants stranded all over world at heightened risk of COVID-19, International Organization for Migration (IOM) says.
British rapper Ty dies from coronavirus complications.
Hotter and humid weather may not halt spread of COVID-19, study says.
Odisha plans revival of tourism post lockdown.
Rajasthan's COVID-19 toll rises to 100, as the number of cases increases to 3,453.
Top senators urge US President Donald Trump to temporarily suspend all new guest worker visas, including H-1B.
Five labourers who jumped from slow-moving train in UP were detained and sent to quarantine centre.
Most COVID-19 patients may lose sense of smell by third day of infection, study says.
UN and partners launch USD 6.7 billion appeal for vulnerable countries.
Twenty six people test positive for COVID-19 in Odisha.
COVID-19 death toll in India rises to 1,886 as cases climb to 56,342.
South African first-class cricketer Solo Nqweni tests positive for coronavirus.
Eighty five per cent of daily wagers in Ahmedabad hit by lockdown, survey says.
Fresh COVID-19 case in HP as state's tally rises to 48.
After his military aide tested positive for coronavirus, US President Donald Trump says he would undergo the COVID-19 test every day.
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