India stands united to fight Covid-19……Jai Ho

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As the entire world fights Covid-19, India has shown the world that it has the power of 130 crore together to fight the Corona Virus. From myths to Ayurveda to facts and stories in Shiv Puran and Yogic predictions, it’s all happening in India.

This is for the first time since Independence that the nation in under a lockdown for 21 days, as that too to save live and as Indians sit at home, they prove that together they can. On one side, people are motivating each other with positive quotes and messages, people proving fee online classes, free musical concerts on Instagram and Facebook. Likewise, there are big meaningful donations and contributions happening. Kudos to all those who can spare even a rupee for their fellow needy countrymen and for those who can’t, please stay safe and stay at home.


Indian Cricket Board Contributes Rs 51 Crore To Fight Coronavirus Pandemic

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) contributed Rs 51 crore to Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund to help fight the coronavirus outbreak in the country.

“Mr Sourav Ganguly, President, Mr Jay Shah, Honorary Secretary and Office Bearers of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) along with the affiliated state associations on Saturday announced to donate INR 51 crores to the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM-CARES Fund) to contribute towards strengthening the nation’s disaster management capacities and encourage research to combat COVID-19 and protect Indian citizens,” the board said in a press release.


Tata Trust Announced Rs 500 cr donation to fight Covid-19

Tata Trusts Chairman Ratan N Tata became the top trend on Twitter right after he announced a massive Rs 500 crore on Saturday to fight the coronavirus pandemic raging around the world.

Calling COVID-19 crisis as one of the toughest challenges that human race will face, the 82-year-old businessman, who is well known for his philanthropy, shared the note from his charitable organisation. He captioned the post, “Tata Trusts and Tata group companies have in the past risen to the needs of the nation.

Akshay Kumar

Joins Covid-19 fight with a Rs 25 cr donation to PM’s relief fund. Wife Twinkle says she is ‘proud’ of him.

 Mukesh Ambani

Has announced a multi-pronged plan that involves “prevention, mitigation and ongoing support.” His Reliance Foundation has set up India’s first dedicated COVID-19 center with 100 beds in Seven Hills Hospital in Mumbai.

Anand Mahindra

Mahindra Holidays’ resorts as temporary care centers for COVID-19 patients. And he has set up a fund to help support small business owners and the self-employed to get through the tough times. The fund is said to include 100% of his salary over the coming months.

Sachin Tendulkar

Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar on Friday donated Rs 50 lakh to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, which has so far claimed 17 Indian lives and wreaked havoc globally. 

PV Sindhu donates Rs 10 lakh

She has also donated a sum of Rs 10 lakh to combat the spread of coronavirus. Sindhu has donated Rs 5 lakh each to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Chief Minister Relief Funds in fight against Covid-19 pandemic.

Vijay Shekar Sharma

Founder of digital payments platform Paytm, has pledged $650,000 (Rs. 50 million) for any medical innovation related to the coronavirus. Innovators, doctors and research teams can reach Paytm at

Sridhar Vembu

Founder of cloud services firm Zoho Corp., has announced a Small Business Emergency Subscription Assistance Program. The company’s plan is to offer three months fee waiver for software that small businesses are already using. This will benefit 20,000 of its existing small business customers which have 25 or fewer employees. 

 Byju Raveendran 

Is offering free access to his flagship Byju’s app, which offers math and science lessons suitable for children in grades 4-12 along with his Disney-BYJU’s Early Learn app that offers math and English lessons for students in 1-3 grade. The offer will last until the end of April so that school children can keep learning during the disruption caused by the outbreak.


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