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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.

Stranded migrants struggle for food in Noida, despite govt assurances

On a bright Friday afternoon, Sushila Devi, a migrant worker, stood under the shade of a tree, waiting nervously for her first meal of the day. Along with thirty-odd people, Devi, who is from Bihar’s Beguserai, had walked over five kilometres from Garhi Chaukhandi village to reach near a temple in Sector 61 after someone told them that a food distributing van that would pass by in the afternoon.

Lockdown violation: 4,337 vehicles seized, cops file 18,262 FIRs

To discourage people from defying lockdown and prevent youths from unnecessarily roaming around, in the city, the police have cracked down on the motorists and seized 4,337 vehicles across the state, till Saturday afternoon. The drive of seizing vehicles has been intensified to prevent the spread of pandemic coronavirus which has claimed 26 lives in the state so far.

Empty roads and eerie silence: Aerial view shows Kolkata during lockdown. Watch

As the entire nation is under lockdown, netizens are keeping busy by tracking surprising phenomenas taking place all over the world through videos and pictures. From animals fearlessly stepping out from forested areas into city streets to striking pictures of the Himalayas seen from Jalandhar, Punjab, social media is flooded with some interesting events. Adding to this list is a stunning video of the City of Joy, Kolkata, captured during the lockdown.

Jitendra Kumar: ‘Ayushmann Khurrana, Neena Gupta bring a lot of positive energy on the sets’

Soon after the success of Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Jitendra Kumar is back with co-star Neena Gupta in their new web show, Panchayat. The actor, who had played a gay man and romanced none other than Ayushmann Khurrana in the film, now turns a sulking panchayat secretary on the show. The actor is himself an IIT graduate and is happy to have found his footing in the industry.