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May 12, 2020

PM Modi asks CMs to share ways to lift coronavirus lockdown; key highlights from video conference
Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with all state Chief Ministers on Monday to discuss the road ahead in India's fight against coronavirus. This was PM Modi's fifth video conference with CMs. In the virtual meet, he asked CMs to share a broad strategy by May 15 on how they want to deal with lockdown regime in their states.

Allow economic activities outside hotspots in Delhi, urges Arvind Kejriwal at PM-CM meet
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called for economic activities to be allowed in the national capital, except in containment zones, during the video interaction between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and chief ministers.

Coronavirus: MHA asks railways to run at least 100 special trains daily for migrants
The Home Ministry on Monday asked the Railways to start running at least 100 special trains per day for the next few weeks to ensure the return of migrant workers to their native places, an official said. The train services, which were completely stopped in the country in the wake of the COVID 19 outbreak, will resume in a phased manner from Tuesday with 15 special trains departing from the New Delhi station for different destinations

No proposal to cut salary of central govt employees, clarifies Finance Ministry
The Finance Ministry on Monday refuted reports that claimed the Centre plans to slash salaries of its employees as the coronavirus crisis batters the country's already fragile economy. "There is no proposal under consideration of government for any cut whatsoever in the existing salary of any category of central government employees," said the ministry on Twitter.

Coronavirus impact: China's passenger car sales tumble 5.6% YoY
China's passenger car retail sales in April fell 5.6% from a year earlier to 1.43 million, the China Passenger Car Association said on Monday, as the country gradually recovers from the coronavirus. The association said during an online briefing that the overall passenger car sales trend is showing a quick recovery from the virus-induced low.
 
Centre allocates Rs 6,195 crore to states for fight against coronavirus
The Centre on Monday disbursed Rs 6,195.08 crore to states for bolstering their financial resources meant for containing the coronavirus outbreak and treating affected people. The fund has been released under Disaster Management Relief Fund and revenue deficit grant to financially empower them.

Coronavirus: Twitter to warn users about misleading COVID-19 tweets
Twitter announced Monday it will warn users when a tweet contains disputed or misleading information about the coronavirus. The new rule is the latest in a wave of stricter policies that tech companies across are rolling out to confront an outbreak of virus-related misinformation on their sites. Twitter will take a case-by-case approach to how it decides which tweets are labelled and will only remove posts that are harmful, company leaders said Monday.



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