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05 July, 2020, 10:23 PM IST

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No more lockdown or curfew in state: CM BS Yediyurappa

Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa has ruled out imposing any more lockdowns or curfew in Karnataka. Instead, he will request Prime Minister Narendra Modi for more relaxations.

Sunday curfew relaxed in Karnataka

In his order, Chief Secretary T M Vijay Bhaskar said there would not be complete lockdown on Sundays from ...

12-hour night curfew in Assam; 2-week lockdown imposed in Guwahati

The government will enforce a complete lockdown in other towns and municip...

  • The historic Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath commenced on Tuesday in this pilgrim town without the usual sea of devotees and amid tight securit...

    She also said she wants the metro services to resume from July 1, but only with 100 per cent seat occupancy, and no passenger standing.

    As per the new guidelines, the night curfew has been relaxed further and shall be in force from 10 pm to 5 am.

    The Meghalaya government has extended the night curfew from 9 pm to 5 am till June 30, officials said on Sunday. The night curfew was to be in force till Monday.

    Assam government wants night curfew to continue even after May 31. Health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said, "we want the night curfew to continue and are okay even if it starts from 9 pm instead of 7pm."

    "The regulations under Section 144 of CrPC, imposed in Hamirpur district, are extended to 30th June 2020", Hamirpur Deputy Commissioner Hari...

    The curfew will be lifted as of 6 AM local time on Sunday. Restrictions will remain, however, for religious pilgrimages, international travel and social gatherings of more than 50 people. The kingdom introduced stringent measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus in March, including 24-hour curfews on most towns and cities.

    "From May 18, there will be no curfew in the state. But the lockdown will be there till May 31," chief minister Amarinder Singh said. He further indicated the resumption of limited public transport services from May 18. He said the state government will announce more relaxations from May 18 but sought support of people in containing the COVID-19 spread in the state.

    The state government issued guidelines on Sunday to allow activities outside containment zones in three phases on lines of the Central orders. As per the latest guidelines, restaurants, places of worship and shopping malls will be opened on June 8. A decision on starting schools and colleges will be taken in July.

    The state government issued guidelines on Sunday to allow activities outside containment zones in three phases on lines of the Central orders. As per the latest guidelines, restaurants, places of worship and shopping malls will be opened on June 8. A decision on starting schools and colleges will be taken in July.

    On Sunday evening, the chief minister ruled out any relaxation in the curfew, except as needed to ensure the procurement of wheat, till May 3. With the decision, all exemptions given from April 20 to industries in rural areas, booksellers, dhabas, shopkeepers dealing in air-conditioners and those involved in sand and gravel mining and stone crushing have been withdrawn.

    The curfew clamped in Punjab to check the spread of coronavirus was relaxed on Wednesday to let people buy essential commodities, officials said.

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