Hima, who was the first Indian woman to win a gold at the IAAF worlds (under-20), said all the sportspersons part of the video conference with PM Modi on Friday, spoke about what they are doing in order to spread awareness during the lockdown.
Police were called to the Peterkin Street site in Acacia Ridge about 5am after reports of an electrocution.
Millie Cadman, eight, from Darlington, appeared on Good Morning Britain where she read a poem to her NHS nurse mothers Jodie and Nikita, who she is temporarily separated from.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's government has ordered people not leave their homes unless they have an exceptional reason. A distance of at least five feet must be kept from others at all times.
With the Easter break fast approaching, locked down Brits have retained their trademark humour by making light of what is a very bleak situation.
The reportedly previously healthy mother-of-three died at Walsall Manor Hospital where she worked.
Keelan Charlton, 28, from Somerset, spent months planning his romantic proposal to Elley Bugler, 24, but she told FEMAIL they are now stuck in Australia too scared to book flights home.
A domino effect has overwhelmed the system for handling bodies with hospital morgues overflowing, funeral homes unable to keep up and cemeteries operating less due to lockdown.
The star announced the sad news during Friday's This Morning, as he urged viewers to try and remain optimistic in the nationwide lockdown.
Meghan Markle's best friend Misha Nonoo, 33, from New York, has revealed to People how her 'supportive' loved-ones are helping her 'adjust to her new role as a "Working Mother".
Details of the incident involving Alan Jones have not been disclosed but the Northern Irish architect wrote to the RIBA Council on Thursday to say 'a matter had arisen' in his personal life.
Leaked emails between NSW Health and the ship's senior doctor show arrangements had been made for 15 samples taken from sick passengers to be tested for COVID-19.
Across Europe, aid workers are urging authorities to show leniency to homeless people for breaking curfews.
Brave nurses battling on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic are being 'egged' and abused on the streets, with some being accused of 'spreading' COVID-19.
About 100 staff at The Alfred have been sent home for isolation after an outbreak killed three cancer patients.
Sky customer across the UK have reported being unable to access the internet as millions of people are working from home due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Furious Twitter users called on the British retail mogul to sell one of his three yachts, which includes the £122million Lionheart, or use some of his estimated £1.8billion fortune.
While some critics fear measures aimed at stemming panic are overzealous, others praise government for managing crisis.
While the city has won international praise for its efforts to stem the spread of the virus, its infections have been rising sharply in recent weeks, to 1114 on Friday, and five people have died.
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And for some that principle may seem particularly apt for British photographer Alastair Philip Wiper's new book - Unintended Beauty. .