30-year-old Andheri resident loses ?1.40 lakh to cyber fraudsters

A 30-year-old Andheri resident lost ?1.40 lakh to cyber fraudsters after he ordered groceries online o Thursday. The complainant, Jitesh Muni, looked for the nearest grocery shop online and called on the number displayed. The fraudster told him that it would take the goods would be delivered in 48 hours owing to the high demand and because the store had to get the goods from their godown. He further told Muni that they accept only online payment.

This video of a baby snuggling with his fluffy doggo is all you need to see today

One would think being home all day means lazing around the house the entire time. But there can be many decision one needs to take. For example, if you’re wondering what your next move this afternoon should be and you can’t decide if you should clean, eat , plonk yourself on the couch with a Netflix movie marathon or food-prep for a grand evening meal, we’ve got you covered. Take a break from the tough decision making process and watch this calming video of a baby snuggling with his best friend who happens to be a fluffy doggo twice his size.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s latest short film Bebaak is an angry portrayal of conservative religious restrictions on women

With the discussion around current Covid-19 pandemic turning communal following the discovery of a meeting of thousands of Tablighi jamat in a Nizamuddin mosque that has led to more than 9,000 people being quarantined in fear of having been infected with the coronavirus, Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s new short film comes at the perfect time. Titled Bebaak (Defiance), the film is an angry outburst of a common man bearing the brunt of communal religious heads and the hardliner thoughts of the conservative.Written and directed by Shazia Iqbal, the film also features Saba Hashmi in the lead role of Fatin.

10 CISF?officers posted at airport test positive

Ten officers of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), who were posted at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), have tested positive for the Sars-Cov-2 virus, which causes Covid-19. Six tested positive on Friday and four had tested positive on March 29. All 10 are asymptomatic. The total number of CISF personnel who have tested positive is now 11, including one who has since tested negative.

Vasai MLA hands over 2 colleges to Collector to house medical staff

Vasai MLA and president of Bahujan Vikas Aghadi (BVA) Hitendra Thakur has handed over Vishnu Waman Thakur Trust-run two colleges, Viva College and Viva Institute of Technology, to Palghar district collector Dr Kailash Shinde to house medical staff and also admit Coronavirus patients. A letter to this effect has been sent to the Collector on Friday. Thakur said, the administration can set up ICUs, isolation wards for Covid-19 patients as the two colleges are currently shut due to the national lockdown. Currently, Palghar has recorded 11 Coronavirus patients and 2 deaths.

‘Ek saal hua nahi usko,’ Rohit Sharma hilariously trolls Rishabh Pant in Instagram chat with Jasprit Bumrah

With the coronavirus pandemic spreading like wildfire around the world, the sporting world has come to a halt. The majority of the events and tournaments have been cancelled or postponed due to the contagious disease. However, this has prompted sportspersons to become more active on social media. From posting home workout videos to doing household chores, players are interacting with fans in a lot of engaging ways.