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Panic buying sweeps India as coronavirus lockdown bites

SBS Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Shelves in the megacities of New Delhi and Mumbai have been stripped bare of staples.
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News video: Coronavirus: Delhi metro shut till April 14th, all grocery shops in Delhi to be remain open 24*7

Coronavirus: Delhi metro shut till April 14th, all grocery shops in Delhi to be remain open 24*7 02:03

AS INDIA REMAINS IN LOCKDOWN FOR 21 DAYS, ALL MEANS OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED ACROSS THE COUNTRY. THE DELHI METRO RAIL CORPORATION HAS ANNOUNCED THAT THE DELHI METRO WILL REMAIN SHUT THROUGHOUT THE LOCKDOWN TILL APRIL 14th. AFTER INSTANCES OF PANIC BUYING AND PEOPLE HOARDING ESSENTIAL...

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