Keep yourself updated this quarantine period with the round-up of everything that happened this week.

It’s been a crazy week. While the world is all worked up and worried about the spread of Coronavirus and is taking due precautions to stay safe from the same, there are various other developments that happened this week. As you sit at home and work in quarantine we have listed down a round-up of all things that happened this week.

Have a look at the round-up of things that happened this week:

Former Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi was nominated for a Rajya Sabha seat and took an oath amidst protests

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Delhi gangrape convicts hanged till death on Friday, 20th March

PM Narendra Modi declared a Janata curfew on 22nd March requesting all citizens to stay indoors as a precaution against the Coronavirus

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#KetchupNow On his address to the nation on Thursday March 19, PM Narendra Modi asked the citizens to observe a "Janta Curfew" on 22nd March from 7 am – 9 pm in lieu of the Coronavirus outbreak in India. The Janta Curfew will also show the world how ready we are to tackle this virus. He also told the viewers to express gratitude to those working round the clock to keep India healthy (such as doctors, nurses, paramedics, municipal staff, armed forces, airport staff, delivery personnel) by stepping out of your homes at 5pm and saluting the efforts of these people by clapping, saluting and any other way you see fit for 5 minutes. . . . . #narendramodi #JantaCurfew #PMModi #Trending #Coronavirus #jantacurfew2020

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#Safehands becomes a famous trend on TikTok has Bollywood stars like Deepika Padukone share the same

The Last of Us game to be made into a TV Show by the creators of Chernobyl

Rajkummar Rao completed 10 years in the industry

Kamal Nath stepped down as the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh

Social media made comparing celebrities to things a trend