232 European tourists stuck in Kerala due to COVID-19 fly home

Business Standard
A batch of 232 tourists from the European Union, a majority of them from Germany left for Frankfurt by a special Air India aircraft on Tuesday after being held up in Kerala due to the coronavirus lockdown. The special flight arranged for the home-bound journey of the asymptomatic tourists took off from the International Airport here this morning, after…

Tabligh-e-Jamaat’s Markaz emerges as coronavirus hotspot, its cleric booked

Business Standard
The Tabligh-e-Jamaat’s Markaz in Nizamuddin West has emerged as a hotspot of coronavirus as 24 people tested positive for COVID-19 following which a major area has been sealed and an FIR lodged against its cleric for violating government orders. The police registered an FIR against Maulana Saad of the Nizamuddin centre under sections of Epidemic Disease Act and other sections of the…

Demand for homes likely to rise due to coronavirus: MD Niranjan Hiranandani

Business Standard
The Covid-19 pandemic is expected to pose further challenges to real estate developers, who have been battling lower sales and liquidity crunch in the past couple of years. Niranjan Hiranandani, managing director and co-founder of the Hiranandani group, talks to Raghavendra Kamath about the impact of the lockdown and how his company is looking to handle the crisis. Edited excerpts: A…

The Hibiscus turns to its doctors for safety measures

Hindustan Times
As city authorities step up efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus, residents of The Hibiscus in Sector 50 are turning to their resident doctors to decide on the best course of action.

Members of the residents’ welfare association (RWA) say they enlisted the help of the doctors after at least two Covid-19 cases were reported from their sector, and constituted a Covid team…