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Anand Mahindra’s innovative idea to deal with self-quarantine.

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Social distancing has become so important because of COVID-19 due to which companies have ordered all employees to work from home, and hence many people trying to avoid things being boring are sharing ways to keep yourself busy during this phase.
Mahindra Chairperson, Anand Mahindra, too took to social media to show how he is handling his self-imposed quarantine. His method was to give the different rooms and pieces inside his house the names of Metro stations. The map titled ‘Commuting in Corona times’ is quite similar to any metro map which can be downloaded from the net or seen on M-indicator.
His tweet reads ‘This is spot on. I’ve given metro names to the rooms in my house. The living room is the Downtown Station, the dining room is Crawford Market, etc’ Every location and article in the house is connected on the map with different colored lines drawn on it.

As soon as he posted it, Twitter loved it and many people totally agreed with him and tried to adopt the method too. Having such innovative ideas make this phase seem not so bad and also ends it on a positive note. In the end, however, everyone should try to stay indoors as much as possible and follow the map if possible. Who knows, you might even enjoy your time at home.

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YRF comes forward to support thousands of daily wage earners of Bollywood and their families

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Yash Raj Films is pledging its support to protect the daily wage earners of the Hindi film industry during the COVID-19 pandemic that has hit India hard. Such workers include people in the setting department, carpenters, lighting, junior artists, spots, etc. This strata of daily earning people have been most affected, economically, due to the stopping of all work during all India lockdown. YRF wants to ensure that this workforce is provided for at this crucial time of need with the basic means to sustain themselves and also look after their families.

An industry source informs that YRF is reaching out to thousands of daily wage earners of the industry and their families who are in critical need of support and have already collected details of their bank accounts. The Yash Chopra Foundation will be crediting the donation directly into the banks of these people in dire need so that the money reaches these strata quickly and the process is more efficient during the time of lockdown. YRF is committed to helping as many vulnerable people as possible to ensure the neediest workers in the critical financial state from the industry stay protected. In Phase 1 of the support, YRF will be paying out Rs. 1.5 crore to these workers and their families, adds the industry source.

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Shri Radhe Maa Charitable Society Steps Forward To Help Everyone During COVID-19 Lockdown

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Shri Radhe Maa has always strongly believed in one thing – The best service is service to mankind. For more than 30 years, Shri Radhe Maa Charitable Society, New Delhi has stepped up to provide the needy and the poor with every medical, educational and essential donation.

During the tough time presented before the world as a result of COVID-19, thousands of people in Delhi, who depend on daily wages to survive, have suddenly found themselves unemployed, locked up in their homes, without basic daily needs such as food items to avoid starvation.

To help the poor and needy combat poverty, isolation and starvation, Shri Radhe Maa Charitable Society, New Delhi has started a free distribution of essential food items such as oil, rice, grains, sugar, salt, and lentils.

These food items are packed in huge bags and provided to those who depend on daily wages to earn their bread. The above video shows how the distribution has been done in a precise manner, in the supervision of police personnel, keeping all the COVID-19 safety precautions in mind.

In difficult times like these, it is the need of the hour for all of us to fight this pandemic together and help each other in every way possible. Shri Radhe Maa Charitable Society is a brilliant example of how together, we can care for each other and defeat this global disease by being alert, responsible, kind and compassionate.

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Kharghar saw long queues in the supermarket, Empty parks in the middle of the lockdown

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Once again, the Kharghar police had to use the public address system to remind people of section 144 placed in the state to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. A significant number of the public decided to leave their homes on Tuesday morning and were seen standing in a line without having to maintain a gap of three feet in order to prevent social interaction.

“We have been standing in the queue since morning, as we learned that there won’t be the supply of vegetables and fruits, starting Wednesday. We came to Reliance Fresh at Sector 19 and were greeted by a long queue. While they ensured that only four to five people entered the shop at a times, the queue outside was only becoming longer and longer,” said Rajiv Tyagi, a local resident.

Interestingly, the scene was very similar at almost every corner of the street, where grocery stores and dairy shops were open apart from chemistry stores. The buzzing Kharghar, especially around ISKCON and Central Park, which usually have a large number of morning walkers and joggers today, had a grim look, with barely a few people who didn’t want to miss their routine.

“Central Park has been shut for last almost a week and will remain shut for the public until March 31. We used to walk around the boundary of Central Park, but many elderly people have stopped coming for even their morning walks. Around seven to eight public gardens are locked, due to which even people are not gathering for their laughter and yoga sessions,” said Pradeep Inamdar (65), a resident of Sector 19, who is also Vice President of Sector 19 Residents Association and ALM.

 

 

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