What Happened To The People In The Kerala Plane Crash?

2020 has been an unexpected year (I don’t have to say). Each month of this new decade has been filled with heart-breaking events. Starting from the coronavirus, we have come across events that has affected each and every one of us in some way.

Specifically in Kerala, India, we have seen a pregnant elephant killed in a horrid manner. In the same south India state, there has been another tragic event that I want to share with you all.

Horrific Murder of A Pregnant Elephant With Explosives

Read More to learn about a plane crash that occurred when a plane tried to land in the Calicut airport. I apologize beforehand for this post being too long ­čśČ

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What Happened To The 721 Tamil Nadu Fisherman Trapped in Iran?

There has been over 700 Tamil Nadu fisherman who are currently stuck in the Western Asian country of Iran. This foreign issue of stranded fisherman has been dragging ever since the beginning of the lockdown.

The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Edappadi Palanisamy, has made some moves on bringing these hard-working people back to India.

Continue Reading to learn more about the struggles that are being faced by these fisherman along with the current negotiations between Tamil Nadu and Iran.

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Why Electric Bikes Will Be More Dangerous At This Time?

In recent years, the concept of public bike sharing has become more common in urban areas of developed countries. Now that the coronavirus has brought the practice of social distancing, the city of Chennai (capital city of Tamil Nadu) brought up a bike sharing program in order to fight this health crisis. Read more to learn about this program that the capital city will be implementing and some of the flaws that this might prevail in the near future.

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What Happens To Transportation After The Pandemic?

Now that we are all staying inside, the use of public transportation has been constricted in order to contain the coronavirus. Now that public transportation is not possible, they are now finding different ways in order to get around local places. By going through these hard times, many people have reevaluated their traveling methods and their opinion on public transportation. Read more to learn about the impact that this health pandemic has had on public transportation.

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Coronavirus: Why Are No Special Trains Running To Tamil Nadu?

If you have read our blog on Coronavirus: India Makes Special Trains For People To Travel and Coronavirus: What Are The Travel Fees For These New Trains?, then you would know how India has been making special trains in order to safely bring back any Indian workers who are stranded in other states or districts. The reason behind this was due to the continuous extension of the Janet Curfew which led migrant workers to carry out protests so that they could return to their home states. Read More to learn about the tedious process of buying a train ticket and how Tamil Nadu has been affected differently?

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Coronavirus: Top 5 Least Affected States In India

Before we go the list, I want to point out that India has a total of 28 states and 8 union territories. In this blog, we are going to ignore the union territories and only focus on the 28 states. Besides, some territories like the Andaman Islands are very particular when it comes to travel restrictions since the government decided to leave the Sentinelese tribes alone with their isolated home territory. Now, continue reading in order to learn the five states in India that have the least number of coronavirus cases.

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Coronavirus: Why Are No Rescue Planes Flying to Tamil Nadu?

If you read our previous blog on Coronavirus: What You Need To Know About Vande Bharat Mission? where we spoke about a mission that the Indian government is carrying out in order to safely bring back stranded Indians from foreign countries. The government named it the Vande Bharat Mission which was at the end of Phase 1 during our last blog. When the special flights were announced for Phase 2, continue reading about how this announcement shocked the Tamil Nadu Government and its people.

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Coronavirus: What You Need To Know About Vande Bharat Mission?

Vande Bharat Mission is a repatriation mission led by India and Air India in order to bring back the Indian people who are currently stranded in other countries. India began this mission by starting with its some countries like UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Bangladesh, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, the UK and the United States. Now, India has decided to move into phase 2 of this mission where they would soon be recovering people from more countries like Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Germany, Spain and Thailand.

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5 Year Old Shocks The Police By Driving An Expensive Car

For all those car lovers out there, you would all want to buy some kind of an expensive car like a Lamborghini. However, the age requirement to drive a car without supervision in the United States is actually 18. A few days ago, a kid in the state of Utah who is way below the driving age did something spectacular that shocked the police.

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Coronavirus: What Are The Travel Fees For These New Trains?

A national curfew in India was implemented on March 24th to curb the spread of coronavirus attacks. The curfew which was extended multiple times, has now been extended to May 18th. As a result of these continuous extensions, migrant workers and students in various states are being stranded due to traffic jams. In response, the central government began a special trains movement in order to bring those people back home. Moreover, the respective states must provide adequate security to ensure that only passengers with a valid ticket approved by the state government will be allowed to enter the station.

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Coronavirus: India Makes Special Trains For People To Travel

On yesterday’s blog (Coronavirus: What Tamil People Have to Follow If They Want To Travel?), we spoke about how the Indian government is letting workers go back to their home state or district by issuing them a travel pass. However, we discussed in detail about how those people have to go through home isolation for 14 days in order for them to travel. Today, we will talk about the mode of transportation that these people are using in order to go back to their homes.

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Coronavirus: What Tamil People Have to Follow If They Want To Travel?

As the coronavirus spreads at a faster rate as the quarantine life goes on, the Indian Government realized that the Janet Curfew hasn’t been able to keep the number of new coronavirus cases to a low number. Therefore, the government extended the curfew by 2-weeks after the May 3rd deadline. As mentioned in yesterday’s blog, they have also proposed different rules for every district depending upon the impact of the coronavirus in those areas.

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Coronavirus: What You Need To Know About India’s New Curfew Rules?

If you didn’t read yesterday’s blog on “Coronavirus: What Will Happen To The Lockdown In India?,” I wrote yesterday about the uncertainty from the Indian Government about extending the curfew that was supposed to end on May 3rd. We looked at the impact that the coronavirus has had on Red Zone districts and Green Zone districts in India and how loosening the curfew could drastically change the color of these zones. Right after my post yesterday, the Indian Government made their public announcement about the extension of the curfew and how each colored zone have their own set of rules to follow

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Coronavirus: 11 Indians Died in Saudi After COVID-19 Attacks

Regarding the statistics for the coronavirus count in India, the total number of people who have been infected with the coronavirus has reached a number of 23,452. As for the death count, 723 people have died in India. Specifically in Tamil Nadu, the numbers of confirmed cases has reached a count of 1,683 confirmed cases in the state where 20 people have died.

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Coronavirus: New Road Violations Provokes Fear In Chennai

Anna Road has been sealed since yesterday as the coronavirus has seriously attacked not only Tamil Nadu, but all over India. Tamil Nadu Police have warned that violent action will be taken if vehicles go beyond that barrier. The curfew has been issued until the 3rd of next month, in response to the coronation. The public are only allowed to purchase their essential items from 6 am to 1 pm. The police have confiscated many vehicles including cars and bikes for various reasons. So far, 268,537 complaints have been registered and were received over the curfew across Tamil Nadu. Of those complaints, 285,150 have been arrested and 2,88,770 vehicles were seized.

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Coronavirus: What You Need to Know About the Struggle of Tamil Wagers

The Section 144 ban has resulted in a dehydrated mountain-dwelling people living in Kuttikkaratu near Palani. Accordingly, the people who were initially living in the Periyar Mountains are currently given free houses by the state in areas of Mantidu, Pontupuli, Puliyampatti, Kattalambara and Kuttikkadu. There are about 70 families living in Pattari Rock and Kuttikkadu on the Pani-Kodaikanal road.

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Coronavirus: What Happened in CM Palanisamy’s Video Conference?

Now that the Coronavirus is spreading vigorously in India, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Edappadi Palanisamy, has consulted with all his district collectors. Prime Minister Modi has announced the Janet Curfew on March 24th and state that it will remain in force until the April 14th. Tamil Nadu has issued Section 144 for the spread of coronavirus which followed by holidays to various offices, schools and colleges. Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy has appealed to the public to not get out of the house other than for essential needs.

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Coronavirus: What Ways Are India Making Cheap Mistakes?

As doctors are advising on various safety tips regarding the coronavirus, the medical industry has become a spoken word in the world with panic. The government is explaining that nobody should be afraid since it’s no one’s intention to spread the disease and cause the vast number of deaths that we have seen so far. However, we also need to look at the different types of mistakes we are making during these times of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to India’s eminent virologist, Jacob John, he stated:

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Coronavirus: Reasons Why Kamal Haasan Made Himself Lonely

A notice was recently posted in the door of Actor Kamal’s home regarding the Janet Curfew. Kamal Haasan, the actor known for his 10 roles in Dasavatharam, was reported to be located on Eldams Road, Alwarpet, Chennai. Therefore, the notice was pasted and thrown into into the house at his residence on behalf of the Madras Corporation stating that “From March 10 to April 6, you must be in solitude.” However, this notice backfired on the Madras Corporation where Kamal reported that he wasn’t in Alwarpet, but rather stayed in another one of his houses in ECR.

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