PM MODI’s words

• 22 march - janta curfew from 7am to 9pm pls stay at home  so as to avoid contact with ppl. 
• Do not order food 
• Do not entrain any outside material on door steps.  
• Use sanitizers , tissues , cleaners etc.
• On 22 nd march Stand in front of ur house doors ,windows etc🚪 at 5pm And extend a gratitude to our helpers with claps, music , hoots,drums etc as requested by our respected PM.
• Avoid visiting hospitals , clinic , medicine houses or routine check up if possible. 

what is coronavirus?

What is coronavirus?

Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that range from the common cold to MERS coronavirus, which is Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus and SARs, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus.

Where do coronaviruses come from?

Corona viruses are circulating in animals and some of these coronaviruses have the capability of transmitting between animals and humans. We call that a spillover event.

Nirbhaya case: Supreme Court rejects curative pleas of two death row convicts

The Supreme Court of India (SC) on January 14 rejected curative petitions filed by two convicts in the Nirbhaya rape and murder case, clearing way for their execution.

A five-judge bench of Justices NV Ramana, Arun Mishra, RF Nariman, R Banumathi and Ashok Bhushan was hearing the pleas.

Curative petitions are decided in-chambers by the judges. It is the last and final legal remedy available to a person.

Mukesh Singh and Vinay Sharma had filed curative petitions in the apex court last week.


"It’s New Year and the best time to renew your dictionary of life. Remove words like jealousy, hate, revenge, greed from your dictionary and put words like love, care, compassion, honesty and satisfaction in their place. This will ensure that you have a great and guilt-free year ahead."


What is IPC?

The Indian Penal Code (IPC) is the official criminal code of India. It is a comprehensive code intended to cover all substantive aspects of criminal law. The code was drafted in 1860 on the recommendations of first law commission of India established in 1834 under the Charter Act of 1833 under the Chairmanship of Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay.[1][2][3] It came into force in British India during the early British Raj period in 1862. However, it did not apply automatically in the Princely states, which had their own courts and legal systems until the 1940s.

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