Health Ministry issues guidelines for international arrivals:Health Ministry has issued guidelines for international arrivals. According to the guidelines, all travellers shall give an undertaking before boarding that they would undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days. This includes 7 days paid institutional quarantine at their own cost, followed by 7 days isolation at home with self-monitoring of health.
Vande Bharat Mission continues, more than 7300 Indians repatriated from Gulf countries:As Vande Bharat Mission continues to bring back Indians stranded abroad, more than 7300 distressed Indians have been repatriated from Gulf countries in the first leg of the second phase of the mission.
Domestic air travel to resume from tomorrow in graded manner:Delhi airport will resume operations from Monday with around 380 domestic flights. As per the directions of the Civil Aviation Ministry, domestic flight operations will resume after remaining suspended for about two months following the nationwide lockdown imposed to constrain the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indian Army dismisses reports claiming detention of its soldiers by Chinese forces:Rejecting reports about the detention of a joint patrol party detained by Chinese forces in Ladakh, the Indian Army on Sunday said that these were “inaccurate”.
Eid-Ul-Fitr to be celebrated tomorrow:Eid-Ul-Fitr will be celebrated in most parts of the country on Monday (May 25).
Tamil Nadu: Beauty parlours, salons to reopen today, except in Chennai:Tamil Nadu government has allowed beauty parlours and salons to reopen across the state from Sunday (May 24).
#IndiaFightsCorona: Toll in India stands at 3,867 currently:Take a look at the latest coronavirus figures in India as on 24 May at 8 AM:
Railways to run 2,600 more Shramik Special trains in next 10 days :Railways to operationalise 2,600 more Shramik Special Trains in next ten days across the country. This initiative is expected to benefit 36 lakh stranded passengers.