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A man driving Porsche with pass made to do sit-ups for not wearing a proper mask in Indore

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Indore ASP said that action was taken against the man who was driving a Porsche amid lockdown as “proper mask wasn’t being used by him”. The ASP’s clarification came after the man claimed he was told to do sit-ups by security personnel despite having a pass. “I showed them my pass but they verbally abused me,” the man claimed.

The man, who is son of an Indore-based industrialist, claimed he had a curfew pass to move around in the area to distribute food to the needy people.

This is what he said to ANI :

I was returning home from company when I was stopped. I showed them my pass but they verbally abused me and asked me to do sit-ups. I tried to talk to them but they didn’t listen. I then followed their orders. They filmed it,cracked jokes & then asked me to leave: Sanskar Daryani

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AIIMS doctor risks own life, removes protective gear to help COVID-19 patient

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Zahid Abdul Majeed, a senior resident doctor at AIIMS, Delhi, took off his safety gear to help shift a critically ill COVID-19 patient to the ICU. He found it difficult to ventilate the patient and suspected accidental extubation. He immediately decided to re-intubate but owing to poor visibility inside the ambulance, he removed his protective goggles and reintubated the patient.

“I am staying alone and waiting for my tests. If that comes negative, I can join work again otherwise I may have to remain under isolation for 14 days,” Dr Majeed was quoted as saying.

Not to mention, he could not even end his Ramdaan fast and rushed to the duty when emergency came.

This act is completely a selfless act,deserves so much of respect.

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Auto driver finds his lost ₹20k cash; No one touched it over COVID-19 fears

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An auto driver from Bihar found Rs.20,500 INR of his cash. He had lost the money somewhere, but it was left untouched due to the Coronavirus fears. His neighbors had informed him about the news and photos which were circulating over Social media. The posts said how the Police had recovered the cash. An inspector, who discovered this, said that the locals did not want to touch the money as they are scared about the COVID-19 pandemic. Later on, the police collected the cash from the road with all the safety measures.

Gajendra Shah, an auto-driver in Kopa village (Saharsa district), left his place early along with his wife Saturday morning. He carried Rs 20,500 cash to buy a tin-shed from Mahua Bazaar (a nearby market). Before reaching the market, he realized the cash was missing. He walked back to a few kms in search of his money. Unfortunately, he couldn’t find it. As he had lost his hard-earned money, he returned home with a broken heart a few hours later.

After some time, his neighbors tod him that some photos were revolving on social media about how police had recovered infected cash from the district.

Actually, the money that Gajendra had lost, was found lying on the road by the localities. However, none of them dared to pick up the notes because of the fear of getting infected by Coronavirus. Thus, they informed the police, who then recovered the entire amount.

Gajendra soon realized that it’s the same cash that he had lost in the morning. He immediately reached the Udakishunganj station along with some witnesses to support his claim.

After a proper verification process and the required undertakings from the witnesses, the money was handed over to Gajendra.

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Here is Punjab’s new 5-year-old TikTok star, who is a girl

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A 5-year-old Sardar boy who’s TikTok videos are going viral these days and are being loved for his one-liners. The videos have become a major draw amid the lockdown.

But the 5-year-old “boy in patka” see in the videos, is actually a Girl named Noorpreet Kaur, aka Noor, from village Bhinder Kalan of Moga.

The videos starring baby Noor are conceptualized by Sandeep Toor (23), who runs a grocery store in the village. He thanks Noor as his account’s following has shot by 5 lakh in just 10 days. Seen in the TikTok videos that Toor uploads, are Noor, her sister Jashanpreet (9), Varan (a mason who plays Noor’s father/uncle), Toor himself and other kids from the village.

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