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Lockdown: Odisha CM asks people to support PM Narendra Modi's appeal

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News video: Watch: Here's what a locked down nation of 1.3 billion people looks like

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The 21 day lockdown declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has brought India to a grinding halt. With thousands working from home & practicing social distancing, once bustling roads now wear a deserted look. Watch this video which depicts what a country inhabited by 1.3 billion people looks like...

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