A video of India’s first world cup winning 1983 cricket stars dancing with their respective spouses at a private party is going rounds on the internet. The video begins with Kapil Dev, the 1983 World Cup team captain dancing with his wife Romi Bhatia. Following him, Madan Lal, his fellow star cricketer who also played 1983 world cup with his wife Anu filled the dance floor.
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Celebrities like cricket legend Kapil Dev and sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan received the Covid-19 vaccine on March 3. The duo got vaccinated together at the Fortis Escorts hospital in Delhi. They took the jab days after the inoculation drive was expanded to include those aged 60 years and above, and those aged 45+ with comorbid conditions. Watch the full video for more.
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Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar suggested complete lockdown amid rising cases in the city as according to her 95% of Mumbaikars are adhering to COVID19 restrictions. "The remaining 5% of people who are not following restrictions are causing problems to others," said Pednekar. "I think a complete lockdown should be imposed looking at the current COVID19 situation," opined Mumbai Mayor.
India on April 17 yet again recorded highest ever single-day spike with 2,34,692 new COVID cases. Delhi is turning out be worst hit city in the country. People feel that precautions should be the priority now.
As the Delhi government has shut gyms, malls and other 'non-essential' businesses during the weekend curfew to curb the spread of coronavirus, owners of fitness facilities are foreseeing darks days just like last year. Facilities such gyms were seeing traction late last year after months of dull period due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, but now again they are bearing the brunt of the tough measures announced in view of the fourth wave of COVID-19 in the national capital. "Since last year, our clientele has reduced and now it'll be further affected. It's become difficult for us to pay rent. Like theatres, govt should also let us run," pleaded a gym owner.
Weekend restrictions in the national capital have come into effect from 10 pm of April 16. The new measures were implemented in view of the unprecedented rise in the number of coronavirus cases. During the weekend restrictions, only essential services will be allowed to operate. However, those who face difficulties in movement of essential goods can call newly setup helpline number of Delhi Police, informed PRO (Public Relations Officer) Chinmoy Biswal. "Delhi is under weekend restrictions beginning tonight. A COVID helpline has been started for people facing difficulties in movement for essential goods and services. Helpline set up at Police headquarters with pilot number 01123469900," Biswal told ANI. The national capital recorded nearly 20,000 fresh infections, pushing the active cases to 61,005.