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A look back at 2020; A year to forget, that will not be forgotten

A look back at 2020; A year to forget, that will not be forgotten and welcoming 2021; The year of hope and victory.

Major 2020 events :

  • Citizenship Amendment Act
  • CAA protests
  • Delhi riots
  • Donald Trump’s India Visit
  • Covid 19
  • Covid 19 – March 22 Janta Curfew
  • Lockdown for 21 days
  • Schools shut
  • Offices shut
  • Factories closed, flights & trains shut
  • Work from home, home schooling, webinars, essentials
  • Labourers marching home
  • Nirmala Sitharaman package announcement
  • Loan Moratorium by RBI
  • Light diyas – PM Modi
  • Economy down – RBI
  • PM Modi’s review meeting with chief ministers
  • Ecommerce activities began
  • China – India tussel (Ladakh)
  • Gas leak in Vishakhapatnam
  • Cyclone Amphan
  • Unlock – markets reopened, flights began, some offices opened
  • Govt banned Tiktok and other apps
  • Ayodhya – mandir bhumi pujan
  • Bengaluru riots
  • Farmers protest
  • Vaccination hope 2021

   


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