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Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali : Salman Khan’s Upcoming Film For Eid 2021!



Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali

Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3 is still in news because of the whopping business it has done. While enjoying the success of his film, Salman has already announced his film next film Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali. He has taken his twitter to announce his new film and his fans cannot keep calm.

In this announcement, he revealed that the name of his film will be ‘ Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali ’ which will be produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and directed by Farhad Samji. The release date for this film will be Eid 2021. His movie Radhe: The most wanted bhai will be releasing on Eid 2020.

Director Farhad Samji also expressed the excitement with the following tweet.

Salman’s fans are definitely enjoying the news but some are confused about the quirky title of this film. Some of his fans even replied Salman’s tweet with their confusion while some asked him to suggest Shah Rukh Khan an announcement about his next film.

Well, we are also excited about Salman’s upcoming film. For upcoming updates, stay tuned.


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 Uddhav Thackeray thanks Shah Rukh khan for contributing to Covid-19 relief fund.



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Maharashtra CM said thanks to Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan for his generous donations to the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM-Cares) fund and Maharashtra chief minister’s relief fund, among others, to accelerate the efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic. In Reply Shah Rukh said that he should not be thanked for making this contribution.

Shah Rukh replied to Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, who thanked him and his wife Gauri Khan on Twitter, “We are all a family sir…and we need to be together to keep each other healthy. Thank you. He also wrote in Marathi that everyone is together in this battle and if all chipped in their own little way, an ocean of help will be formed”.


Maharashtra environment and tourism minister Aaditya Thackeray also thanked Shah Rukh for donating towards coronavirus relief. For that he replied “We don’t ever have to thank each other during times like these. We r a family. Grateful you are working so hard for Maharashtra and whenever you get alone time…do write a poem or two. Love to you,” .

Roti Bank Foundation, which is feeding the underprivileged and daily wage workers in partnership with Shah Rukh’s non-profit organisation Meer Foundation, also thanked him. “You are all doing a great service. We at @MeerFoundation are glad we could be of assistance,” was the actor’s response.

On Thursday, Shah Rukh announced that his companies – Kolkata Knight Riders, Red Chillies Entertainment, Meer Foundation and Red Chillies VFX – were contributing to a number of relief funds to help those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

He said in a statement “At a time when the human race is facing an immense crisis, there can only be one true response: the expression of humanity itself. This is a moment for all of us to come together in a collective effort to make each other kinder, stronger and braver to face the days ahead. This crisis is not going to pass in a hurry, it will take its time and its toll on all of us. It will also show us that there isn’t really a choice between looking out for ourselves and looking out for one another. There’s nothing more obvious in the spread of this pandemic, than the fact that each one of us is inextricably connected to each other, without any distinction. So, while we do whatever we can to support each other in our own small ways, the compassion we show to those who are likely to face the most brutal brunt of both, the pandemic and its economic consequences, will define us as a generation and as a nation”.



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Biggest rise in cases 40% cases linked to Nizamuddin



Biggest rise in cases 40% cases linked to Nizamuddin

India today braced for the health impact of a steep rise in new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. Of the 386 fresh cases reported across the country since Tuesday, 154 (40 per cent) had attended the religious congregation that the Muslim missionary group, Tablighi Jamaat, had organised at Nizamuddin here.


The Ministry of Health said “the cases had risen from 1,251 at 4 pm on Tuesday to 1,637 at 4 pm today . This was the highest one-day rise in the tally in a 24-hour bracket since the reporting of the first case on January 30”.


Of the 154 confirmed cases involving Nizamuddin event attendees, the highest – 65 are from Tamil Nadu followed by 23 from Jammu and Kashmir, 20 from Telangana, 18 from Delhi, 17 from Andhra Pradesh, nine from Andaman and Nicobar Islands and two from Puducherry.


Experts said that “they were monitoring if the Nizamuddin cluster had the potential to impact India’s disease curve that was stable until Sunday at around 1,000 cases before the cases spiked on Tuesday”.


All states that have reported cases related to the Tablighi event have been notified to undertake intensive drives to trace the contacts of patients, test them, quarantine or isolate them depending on their health risk profile. Additional sample testing is going on in other states. The one-day increase of 386 does not represent a national trend. We all know failure anywhere will lead to such a rise in cases.


The government appeals to all to avoid religious gatherings and follow directions on social distancing,” Lav Agarwal, spokesperson, Health Ministry, said”Maharashtra, HP, UP and Assam are testing samples from people with Nizamuddin travel history”.


The Centre didn’t rule out further rise in the cases due to the Nizamuddin cluster that has left worried surveillance teams. However, the government didn’t comment on whether the country risked entering the community transmission stage due to the cluster.


Meanwhile, the police today evacuated all 2,361 residents at Tablighi Jamaat headquarters here. Of these, 1,800 were quarantined at nine facilities and 617 taken to hospitals for testing.


In a video conference with state chief secretaries and DGPs, Cabinet Secretary Rajeev Gauba asked them to monitor any potential ramifications of the new disease clusters and urged them to ensure migrant welfare at relief camps.



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250 Indians stuck in Iran test positive



250 Indians stuck in Iran test positive

On Wednesday The Centre told to the Supreme Court that “Around 250 of the 850 Indian Shia pilgrims in Iran have tested positive for Covid-19 and they were receiving medical treatment there”.


During a hearing conducted via video-conferencing, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told a Bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud that the remaining pilgrims had already been flown back to India from Qom, Iran.


The Bench said “the Indian embassy in Iran should constantly monitor the situation to look into the possibility of bringing them back as and when possible”.


While hearing a petition filed by Mustafa MH, a resident of Drass in Kargil, Ladakh, on the issue, the court noted that the government was taking the matter seriously even as senior advocate Sanjay Hegde, representing the petitioner, insisted that the 250 Covid positive Indians could not be left at the mercy of the Iranian authorities.


Tushar Mehta said “all International flights had been cancelled and authorities were waiting for a decision of the Ministry of External Affairs”.


He said “Our embassy at Iran is in touch with the 250 people stranded there. They will be brought back, whenever there is a possibility,”. He also pointed out that many people earlier flown back and sent to Leh had developed Covid symptoms.


Noting that the matter should be left to the government now, the Bench said the” petitioner could raise the issue again, if needed”. The Bench, however, didn’t pass any directions regarding the stranded Indians at this juncture.


Reply sought on safety gear for health staff The SC has asked “the Centre to respond to a PIL, which has sought from the authorities to ensure availability of WHO-approved appropriate personal protective equipment for doctors, nurses, ward boys and other medical and paramedical professionals. Without issuing a formal notice, a Bench asked the Centre to respond to the petition filed by a Nagpur-based doctor”.



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DU Entrance Exam: DUET 2020 Application Form Delayed




DU Entrance Exam 2020: The application forms of Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) 2020 was about to release on April 2, 2020, but has been delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in the country. No official notice has been released so far but is expected to release today. In this regard, NTA has already extended application date for several entrance examinations namely JEE Main, JEE Advanced and NEET UG.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts DUET 2020 examinations in order to offer students admission in various undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD, MPhil, diploma and certificate courses which are offered by the Delhi University (DU). DUET was held in 2019 for admission to the following undergraduate courses:

  • B.A. (Honours) Business Economics
  • Bachelor of Management Studies
  • Five Year Integrated Programme in Journalism
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis)
  • B.Tech. (IT and Mathematical Innovations)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Education, Physical Education, & Sports
  • B.A. (Hons.) Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • B.A. (Honours) Multimedia and Mass Communication

For undergraduate (UG) courses, the DU entrance test is based on multiple-choice questions with negative marking. The exam duration will be of 2 hours and has total 100 questions carrying 4 marks each and for every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted. The entrance test will be of practical nature for admission to Music courses.

For postgraduate (PG) courses, the DUET 2020 structure is different for different courses. The syllabus for the entrance examination will be the same as the Delhi University syllabus for corresponding undergraduate course.

DUET 2020 Exam Dates

The important dates for the DU entrance examination 2020 have been given below:

Application Forms Release DateApril 2, 2020,  Delayed
Last date to apply for DUET 2020April 30, 2020 (likely to be delayed)
DUET Admit Card Issue Date(Hall Ticket)May 15, 2020
DUET 2020 ExamJune 2, 2020, to June 9, 2020
Result DeclarationJune 25, 2020
Official website


DUET 2020 application forms are available online at the official website,, Last year the application fee for UR, OBC was INR 750, and for SC, PWD, ST, EWS was INR 300. DUET 2020 is the computer-based examination.

Here’s is the last notification released by University of Delhi

Source: DU Website

In India, as of now dated April 3, 2020 (IST 10:45 am), there are 2,301 confirmed cases together with 56 deaths.

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JEE Advanced 2020: Admission to 23 IITs Postponed Due to COVID-19 Outbreak




JEE Advanced 2020: The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Advanced admission has been postponed to 23 IITs due to COVID-19 outbreak. The JEE Advanced exam was about to be held on May 17, 2020 (Sunday). On Wednesday (April 1, 2020) the National Testing Agency (NTA) announced that the JEE Main exam would now be held in the last week of May, which was supposed to be held on April. IIT Delhi is the organizing institute for JEE Advanced exam.

The 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) all over the country, through JEE (Advanced) offer admissions to the following undergraduate courses leading to Integrated Master’s or Bachelor’s, or Bachelor’s-Master’s Dual Degree in Science, Engineering, or Architecture.

According to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi schedule, the JEE Advanced 2020 registration was set to begin on May 1, 2020, and to be concluded on May 6, 2020. The JEE Advanced admit cards were expected to be released on May 12, 2020.

This year in JEE Main exam 2020, 9 candidates have scored 100 percentile. The top 2,50,000 candidates who passed JEE Mains will be eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced exam. However, the number may be higher due to any tied scores/ranks in any category. JEE Main is considered as a qualifying exam for admission in JEE Advanced to engineering colleges across the country.

With this announcement, JEE Advanced has now joined other top exams which got postponed due to coronavirus outbreak. This entrance exam includes Industrial Relations (CSIR), NEET 2020, JEE Mains, National Council for Hotel Management, ICAR, MHT CET, VITEEE, SRMJEEE, UPSEE, and so on.

JEE Advanced is conducted every by either of the 7 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) namely IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, IIT Bombay and IIT Roorkee or IISc Bangalore under the aegis of the JAB (Joint Admission Board).

According to an announcement by the HRD ministry on Wednesday (April 1, 2020), more than 12 million CBSE students studying up to Class 8 will be automatically promoted to the next class. The Class 10 and Class 12 board exams will be conducted only for 29 subjects once the situation normalizes.

Read More at CBSE to conduct class 10 and 12 exams for 29 main subjects only

Also, Read Classes 1 to 8 CBSE students to be promoted without exams


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