On the fourth day, he went to the bank, withdrew all his savings of Rs190,000 (approximately Dhs10,000) and headed straight to a second hand car seller.
Over the last couple of months, headlines like “Sonu Sood offers his Juhu hotel for healthcare workers,” “Sonu Sood distributes food among the underprivileged,” “Sonu Sood to feed over 25,000 migrants during Ramadan” have grabbed people’s attention.
Mumbai revised its toll up by 862 to 3,165 because of unspecified accounting "discrepancies" while New Delhi saw a record jump of more than 400 deaths, taking its total to more than 1,800.
Remarks by the Indian ministry's spokesperson reflect an unprofessional attempt at point-scoring over a serious issue that involves lives of millions of poor people in the sub-continent, worst affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pakistan has transferred cash to 10 million families impacted by the coronavirus pandemic since launching a relief programme (Ehsaas Programme) on April 1. India dismissed the offer from Pakistan.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi said this week the country will pull out of the planned three-week lockdown in a phased manner. India has been hardest hit by the disease in South Asia with some 2,902 cases, of which 68 have died.
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has given a nod to turning three- and four-star hotels into quarantine centres where the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has planned to keep coronavirus patients.
Power demand around India shows how many nationwide heeded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call to switch off their lights on Sunday and burn candles instead to "challenge the darkness" of the coronavirus, with the north coming out clear winners.
With Indore becoming a major hotspot of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Madhya Pradesh, the authorities have prohibited anyone from stepping out of home without a face mask.