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Apple AirTag Tracker With UWB Tech Launched, iPhone 12 Series Gets New Purple Colour

Apple AirTag trackers were launched at Apple’s Spring Loaded event on Tuesday, and they are aimed at helping you find anything they have been attached to using the Find My app. Also at its Spring Loaded event, Apple announced a new Purple colour variant for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. It will go up for pre-orders starting this week. The new colour has “elements of sophistication and brightness” as per Apple CEO Tim Cook. The purple colour variant will join the already available Black, Blue, Green, Red, and White colours.

iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini will soon be available in a new purple colour that will be up for pre-orders starting Friday, April 23 in 30 countries, and thereafter go on sale from April 30. It wasn’t immediately apparent if India was part of the first wave of launch countries. As mentioned earlier, Purple joins the Black, Blue, Green, Red, and White colours. Pricing for the iPhone 12 purple variant starts at Rs. 79,900 and Rs. 69,900 for the iPhone 12 mini – the same as the pricing for other colours.

AirTag trackers are priced at Rs. 3,190 for one and Rs. 10,900 for a four pack. There are also Hermes edition accessories that the AirTag can be carried in. AirTag trackers will go on sale from April 30. In the US, AirTag trackers are priced at $29 (roughly Rs. 2,200) for the single tile, and $99 (roughly Rs. 7,500) for the 4-pack, and will go up for pre-orders from 5am PDT (5:30pm IST) on April 23.

iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini Purple variant specifications

As we know, iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini feature Super Retina XDR displays. They are powered by the A14 Bionic chip and come with 5G connectivity. There are dual 12-megaixel cameras on the back of the two phones. On the front, there is another 12-megapixel selfie shooter. Apple says the iPhone 12 can last up to 17 hours with video playback while the iPhone 12 mini can last up to 15 hours. They support MagSafe wireless charging up to 15W and Qi wireless charging up to 7.5W.

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Apple AirTags features

AirTags use Ultra-wideband (UWB) technology to locate items. They come with the U1 chip that allows it to find Apple devices like iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch models. AirTags use audible beeps through the built-in speaker when in Bluetooth range to help you locate the device they are attached to. They offer NFC and Bluetooth LE connectivity, apart from featuring an accelerometer. The AirTags also feature Siri support, and a claimed one year of battery life. AirTags are IP67 water and dust resistant.

They can be connected by just bringing them close to an iPhone. The Find My app shows the current and last location of the AirTags. They use Precision Finding that takes inputs from the camera, ARKit, accelerometer, and gyroscope to guide the user to the lost item. Apple says communication with the Find My network is end-to-end encrypted and that the AirTag is designed to find things and not people.

Is OnePlus 9R old wine in a new bottle — or something more? We discussed this on Orbital, the Gadgets 360 podcast. Later (starting at 23:00), we talk about the new OnePlus Watch. Orbital is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever you get your podcasts.

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New Delhi The Indian Premier League team Delhi Capitals gave one and a half crores to help Delhi in the war against the Corona epidemic. This money will be used to purchase essential medical supplies, oxygen cylinders and Kovid kits.

“The team and its patrons JSW Foundation and GMR Varalakshmi Foundation have offered financial assistance of Rs 1.5 crore to Delhi-based NGOs Hemkunt Foundation and Udaya Foundation,” the IPL team said in a statement.

Delhi team CEO Vinod Bisht said, “In this hour of crisis, the Delhi Capitals stand with the citizens of Delhi, who are very appreciative of each other’s help against the Corona epidemic. We are proud to support them. ”

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‘You changed America’: Biden marks first 100 days in Georgia – a state key to his victory | Joe Biden


On his 100th day as US president, Joe Biden spontaneously lowered his black face mask, leaned towards the microphone and shouted: “Go Georgia, we need you!”

It was a fitting moment in a state that has more claim than most to be the ground zero of a potentially transformative presidency.

Biden had just marked the 100-day milestone with a drive-in rally in Duluth, about 30 miles north of Atlanta, to promote his $4tn plans to rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure and vastly expand the government’s social safety net.

Troubled by a cough, and briefly interrupted by protesters demanding an end to private prisons, the president gave an abridged version of his speech to a joint session of Congress the previous evening.

But he paid particular attention – and gratitude – to an audience that has played an outsized role in the making of his administration.

Towards the end of his campaign, he visited Warm Springs, the Georgia town that helped Franklin Roosevelt cope with polio. Come election day, Biden became, by a narrow margin, the first Democrat to win Georgia since Bill Clinton in 1992.

Then on 5 January, unexpected runoff wins by Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in Georgia gave Democrats the balance of power in the Senate. If Republicans had retained control, Biden’s first hundred days would have looked very different.

Jonathan Alter, the author of The Defining Moment: FDR’s Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope, said on Thursday: “Without the Georgia runoffs, you would not have that transformational presidency. It would be a completely different story. If 6 January is an important date in American history, so is 5 January because of those Georgia runoffs and none of what’s happening would be possible without 5 January.”

Ossoff and Warnock joined Biden and the first lady, Jill Biden, on stage at Thursday night’s rally. The four joined hands and held them aloft as the song (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher boomed from loudspeakers.

Joe Biden greets Senator Raphael Warnock at a rally in Duluth, Georgia. Photograph: Evan Vucci/AP

Georgia has become a bellwether in a nationwide battle over voting rights. More than a hundred corporations, as well as civil rights organisers and sports leagues, spoke out against restrictions passed by Georgia’s Republican state legislature. Biden condemned the curbs as “just wrong” and called for Congress to pass nationwide protections.

Last month Atlanta was the scene of a mass shooting in which eight people died, including six women of Asian descent, helping prompt Biden to take executive actions for gun safety and denounce hate crimes.

Long a Republican stronghold, Georgia is now a diversifying swing state that will feature closely watched races for Senate and governor next year. It will almost certainly be one of the most competitive states during the 2024 presidential campaign.

With a US national flag behind him, Biden told supporters gathered around vehicles: “Because of you, we passed one of the most consequential rescue bills in American history … You changed America. You began to change America and you’re helping us prove America can still deliver for the people.”

That meant, he said, a hundred days that included the creation of 1.3m jobs, more than other president in history over the same period. It meant food and rental assistance, loans for small businesses and an expansion of healthcare. And, he said, the US is on course to cut child poverty in half this year.

The president went on to tout the biggest jobs plan since the second world war, building infrastructure, replacing lead pipes to ensure clean drinking water and expanding broadband internet to rural areas.

Tackling the climate crisis, Biden added, will “create millions of good paying jobs”, going on to repeat a line from his address to Congress: “There is simply no reason why the blades for wind turbines can’t be built in Pittsburgh instead of Beijing.”

Biden also pushed his new $1.8tn families plan that includes free universal preschool, free community college and support for childcare. “I was a single dad for five years,” he said, recalling the death of his first wife in a car crash and how he had to depend on family members because he could not afford outside help.

Republicans have questioned how Biden intends to pay for his bold plans. He insisted: “It’s real simple. It’s about time the very wealthy and corporations started paying their fair share … No one making under $400,000 a year is going to pay a single additional penny in tax.”

In an emotional finale, Biden told the crowd: “Folks, it’s only been a hundred days but I have to tell you, I’ve never been more optimistic about the future in America.” America’s on the move again. We’re choosing hope over fear, truth over lies, light over darkness.

Biden, who has further campaign-style stops planned in Pennsylvania and Virginia in coming days, is enjoying popular support in opinion polls. A survey by Navigator Research found positive approval among 86% of Democrats, 61% of independents and even 59% of Republicans. Two-thirds of the public believe Biden’s pandemic-related policies have had a positive impact.

Navigator also conducted three online focus groups with low-income Republicans and Democrats across the ideological spectrum in Florida, Nevada and Texas. The comments included a man from Florida saying, “I don’t feel like I have to doom scroll through my feed to see what the next thing is,” and a Nevada man commenting, “Almost immediately as soon he took office, everything just kind of calmed down and everyone’s like, ‘OK, we have a normal person there’.”

People cheer as Biden speaks in Georgia, a state that was critical to his 2020 victory.
People cheer as Biden speaks in Georgia, a state that was critical to his 2020 victory. Photograph: Evan Vucci/AP

But Republicans in Congress have condemned Biden’s spending spree, suggesting that he is exploiting the pandemic to smuggle in liberal imperatives and that his promise of bipartisanship rings hollow.

Mitch McConnell, the Senate minority leader, told Fox News: “We’re friendly. We’ve done deals together in the past. However, the reason we’re not talking now is because he’s not trying to do anything remotely close to moderate.

“Think of it as the Biden bait-and-switch. He ran as a moderate, but everything he’s recommended so far has been hard left. Bernie Sanders is really happy. He may have lost a nomination, but he won the argument over what today’s Democratic party is – more taxes, more spending, more borrowing.”

Earlier on Thursday, the Bidens visited former president Jimmy Carter, 96, and his 93-year-old wife, Rosalynn, at their home in Plains, Georgia. It was at least the third occasion this month on which Biden has spoken with one of his predecessors, following conversations with George W Bush and Barack Obama about withdrawing troops from Afghanistan.

Biden was the first senator to endorse Carter for president in 1976. Carter’s defeat to Republican Ronald Reagan in 1980 ushered in an era in which calls for smaller government and lower taxes for big business and the wealthy were embraced as key to economic growth.

Alter, also the author of the Carter biography His Very Best, said: “Biden wants to have a foreign policy that’s based on human rights and that goes back to Jimmy Carter.

“He doesn’t want to have an Iranian hostage crisis but in terms of the aspirations for American leadership in the world, and standing up for American values in the world, that really does date from Jimmy Carter, who is no longer in bad odour in the United States, particularly in the Democratic party where in the past Democratic nominees have not really been thrilled to be associated with Carter because he lost in a landslide.

“But that was more than 40 years ago. The sting of Reagan’s landslide has worn off and part of what Reagan is selling is a partial return to the pre-Reagan political universe.”

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Sony ZV-1 Review | NDTV Gadgets 360

Earlier this year, Sony introduced a new series in its compact camera lineup with the debut of the ZV-1. Marketed as a ‘vlog camera,’ the Sony ZV-1 has features specially designed to make vlogging much easier for novice users. Its highlight features include a compact body, a fully articulating LCD, and dedicated buttons for things such as background defocus.

Priced at Rs. 67,990 (MRP), is the new Sony ZV-1 worth buying? I’ve been using it for a few weeks and here’s what I think.

Sony ZV-1 design: Highly pocketable

While many vloggers would prefer using mirrorless or even DSLR cameras, Sony aims to offer most of the advanced features found in such cameras, but in a more compact form factor. The dimensions of the Sony ZV-1 are very similar to those of Sony’s RX100 VII digital camera. The ZV-1 weighs about 294g with the battery and memory card, which is still pretty light. It’s also small enough to easily slip into your back pocket if needed.

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The Sony ZV-1 is compact and easy to carry around


There’s a small rubber insert in the front, which acts as a mini handgrip, and another at the back for your thumb. The outer body is built mostly of plastic, but it feels sturdy and the textured surface offers decent grip. The top of the Sony ZV-1 features a hot-shoe connector, a three-capsule microphone, and a series of buttons. The back of the camera also has some more buttons, which are smaller than the ones on the top, and are not the easiest to use. The circular jog dial at the back also doubles up as a directional pad but feedback is a bit soft and not very tactile.

In order to make the ZV-1 vlog-friendly, Sony has moved the movie record button from its typical place at the back, to the top. It’s a lot larger too, which makes it easier to use. You also get a large, diffused red LED indicator next to the lens in the front to let you know when video is being recorded.

A 3.5mm microphone input, Micro-USB port, and Micro-HDMI port are placed on the right of the Sony ZV-1. The ports are covered with plastic flaps, however these are not weather sealed. There’s no electronic viewfinder on the ZV-1, only a 3-inch LCD touchscreen. Unlike most other compact Sony cameras though, this one is fully articulating so it can flip out sideways and rotate 180 degrees.

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The Sony ZV-1 has a good selection of ports


The battery/SD card compartment is on the bottom, along with the tripod mount. The hinge for the battery tray actually extends over the tripod mount, which means if you need to swap batteries or SD cards during a shoot, you have to dismount the camera from the tripod first which can be quite frustrating.

The Sony ZV-1 features a fixed lens with Zeiss optics. It has a focal range of 24-70mm (35mm equivalent), 2.7x optical zoom, and an aperture range of f/1.8 – f/2.8. There’s a built-in neutral density (ND) filter for cutting the exposure by a few stops, which is useful in harshly lit environments.

The Sony ZV-1 can be purchased as a vlogging kit, which includes an extra battery, a 64GB SD card, and the GP-VPT2BT Bluetooth handgrip. Sony sent me this kit for review, and we’ll talk about the handgrip a bit later.

Sony ZV-1 specifications and features: Impressive for the price

The Sony ZV-1 features a 1-inch sensor with a 20.1-megapixel resolution. There’s optical (SteadyShot) stabilisation for stills, hybrid stabilisation for video, 315 phase detection autofocus points (PDAF), 425 contrast detection autofocus points, and a maximum burst capture of about 24 frames per second when using the ‘Hi’ setting. The ZV-1 also has eye autofocus (Eye AF) for humans and animals when shooting stills, and only humans when shooting video. The native ISO range is 100-12,800 and only the lower end is expandable. This camera also supports RAW image capture in Sony’s ARW format.

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The Sony ZV-1 borrows a lot of features from the RX100 series


When it comes to video, the Sony ZV-1 is capable of shooting up to 4K at 30fps, or up to 1080p at 120fps. There’s a dedicated high framerate (HFR) shooting mode which captures ready-to-use slow-motion videos at up to 1,000fps but in very short bursts. Given the camera’s price, it’s nice to see that Sony hasn’t removed the professional video modes. The ZV-1 supports advanced profiles such as HLG, S-Log2, and S-Log3, among others for HDR workflows.

Finally, the ZV-1 can be connected to your smartphone to take advantage of Sony’s Imaging Edge Mobile app. The app lets you remotely control the camera by using your phone as the viewfinder. It also lets you transfer images and video to your smartphone, wirelessly. The camera has built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi n, but no NFC.

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The Sony ZV-1 has a dedicated button (C1) for the vlog-centric Background Defocus feature


Some of the new vlogging-specific features incorporated into the Sony ZV-1 include Product Showcase. This feature is super handy for anyone looking to present or show off a product on camera, like what we do here at Gadgets 360 for example. When enabled, it essentially disables face and eye tracking so the focus shifts quickly to whatever is being presented to the lens. This feature is mapped to the C2 button by default.

Background Defocus is mapped to the C1 button by default and this lets you get a shallower depth of field between your subject/yourself and the background. The ZV-1 also has a Soft Skin Effect toggle in the Quick Settings panel, if you need to use a beautification filter for your pieces to camera.

Sony ZV-1 performance and battery life: Not too shabby

The Sony ZV-1 is a fun little camera and doesn’t take long to master. Due to space constraints, there’s a ‘Mode’ button instead of a dial, which lets you cycle through the various shooting modes. Most of these modes should be very familiar. They include Sweep Panorama, which takes multiple photos in quick succession and stitches them together; Scene Selection if you want the camera to adjust its parameters automatically; and the usual perture, Shutter, Program and Manual modes. The ZV-1 doesn’t offer the best grip if you have large hands but I found it manageable. The rear buttons could have had better tactile response but the shutter and video recording buttons fare much better in this respect.

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The Sony ZV-1 has an awkwardly designed battery door hinge, which extends over the tripod mount


As a vlogging camera, I was pretty happy with the Sony ZV-1. It’s easy to manage with one hand thanks to its low weight and compact size. When shooting handheld, I mostly used it with the Bluetooth handgrip that Sony sent along. This accessory connects to the camera via Bluetooth and offers shortcut buttons for zoom, shutter release, video recording, and the C1 shortcut. There’s a lock switch that turns the handgrip off to prevent accidental presses. The base of the handgrip can be tilted forwards and backwards, or rotated 360 degrees. It also doubles up as a tripod, which is handy.

The touchscreen was responsive, but I wish we could do more with it than simply change the focus point. For instance, with the camera pointed at yourself when vlogging, it would have been nice to be able to quickly change settings, rather than needing to turn the camera around and fiddle with the buttons.

In terms of image quality, I found the Sony ZV-1 to be very capable under good light. We begin with our ISO test, to see how well the camera performs across the ISO range. It’s also a good indication of the kind of photos you can expect in low light.

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Sony ZV-1 ISO test


The Sony ZV-1 was able to preserve details very well till about ISO 1,600, after which the image began to lose its sharpness a bit. This was very apparent at ISO 3,200. Going up a full stop, we noticed slight grain in the image and the edges of the pencils started to get fuzzy. At the maximum ISO value of 12,800, details were weaker, text wasn’t as sharp anymore, and there was a lot of visible grain. However, I was happy to note that there’s not a lot of chroma noise and the image at the highest ISO level was still somewhat usable.

When shooting stills in daylight, the Sony ZV-1 managed very good details, colours looked natural and punchy, and dynamic range was fairly adequate too. When using the full optical zoom range in landscape shots, details were still fairly decent, but finer objects and textures weren’t very sharp, which is more of a limitation of the sensor size than anything else.

Sony ZV-1 camera sample: ISO 125, f/4, 1/250, 24mm (tap to see larger image)

Sony ZV-1 camera sample: ISO 400, f/1.8, 1/30, 24mm (tap to see larger image)


Close-ups looked good, and the natural depth you can get with the large aperture at the widest focal length was pleasing. When shooting in good light, I found the autofocus to be on point. The ZV-1 was quick to lock focus, with minimal to no hunting, and I could track my subject simply by tapping it in the viewfinder. Faces are tracked automatically and Eye AF worked well.

In very dim lighting, the Sony ZV-1 struggled with focus since it doesn’t have a focus illuminator. I found this to be a slight problem, even with close-up subjects. It also struggled to detect faces properly, which can be an issue if you plan on using this camera in low-light conditions a lot. With decent light sources around, the ZV-1 does a fair job with autofocus for stills, although it still had mild hunting issues when shooting video.

Sony ZV-1 camera sample: ISO 400, f/2.2, 1/10, 27mm (tap to see larger image)

Sony ZV-1 camera sample: ISO 12,800, f/2.8, 1/13, 70mm (tap to see larger image)


Videos shot with the Sony ZV-1 looked great. Colours were punchy, skin tones looked natural, and the Background Defocus option did a great job of separating me from my background. Sony includes a windbreaker in the box, which can be attached to the ZV-1’s hot-shoe to reduce wind noise. This made a huge difference in my experience, almost cutting out this disturbance entirely, and I didn’t even have to bother with enabling the wind-noise reduction setting in the camera.

Videos shot at 4K and 1080p looked very good, with rich details and saturated colours. There didn’t seem to be a recording limit as such, but on multiple occasions, I noticed the camera stopped recording just under the 15-minute mark when shooting in 4K, with slight variations in the total recording length. Video shot in low light looked a bit grainy, but not too bad overall. I also had great fun shooting ultra-slow-motion video with the camera’s HFR mode, although the quality was strictly average at the highest setting.

Battery life was a bit disappointing. The Sony ZV-1 is rated to deliver about 260 shots per charge, and while this is very attainable (I usually managed a bit more), it’s not great. This is understandable, considering the camera has a pretty tiny battery. What would have made this more bearable is if there had been an easier way to swap batteries. Thankfully, you can power the ZV-1 with a power bank and keep going if needed. With video, Sony claims the ZV-1 is capable of shooting continuously ta 1080p for up to 75 minutes on a single charge.

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The Sony ZV-1 is a very capable little camera and is priced quite aggressively



The Sony ZV-1 has turned out to be a fantastic little camera, even if you don’t care about vlogging. The fact that it packs in nearly all the features of a RX100 VII, at a lower price is a good enough reason to consider it. If you opt for the standalone version of the camera, it’s available for roughly Rs. 60,000 on Amazon. The vlogging kit will cost you an additional Rs. 10,000, which is a decent deal considering you get an additional battery, a 64GB memory card, and the Bluetooth handgrip.

If I had to pick a few things that could have been better, I’d say an easier way to swap out the battery and memory card when the camera is on a tripod or other accessory would be number one. I found the rear buttons to be a bit too small and hard to press at times, the touchscreen could have been more functional, and perhaps an AF illuminator would have helped with autofocus in low light.

Overall, if you were thinking about buying a Sony RX100 series camera, I’d say take a look at the ZV-1 instead, especially if you don’t need a high level of zoom.

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Mumbai The director of the film ‘Shashank’ told the Delhi High Court that his film is not based on the life of late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The director has argued in favor of his point that the story of his movie is based on the struggle of ‘outsiders’ in the film industry.

The filmmaker claimed that the name of the film ‘Shashank’ and Sushant Singh Rajput differ greatly and the story of the film is based on 4 people who struggle in Mumbai’s film industry and fight nepotism, so both There is no comparison.

Director Sanoj Mishra has given this affidavit in response to a petition filed by Rajput’s father Krishna Kishore Singh. Singh had requested the court that no one should be prevented from using his son or a similar name in the film.

The family of Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar is battling Corona these days. Many members of the actress’s family have been hit by the epidemic. Meanwhile, Swara is very active on social media. The actress is telling her fans through social media (Swara Bhaskar) how she is spending the days of self-quarantine. Now recently, Swara has shared a video. Who is associated with Kareena Kapoor Khan and is also a fan. This video is being well liked on social media.

Drinking Hot Water Can Also Harmful For Your Health, 5 Major Side Effect Of Hot Water

Drinking Hot Water Can Also Harmful For Your Health, 5 Major Side Effect Of Hot Water

Nowadays people are drinking hot water throughout the day to prevent the corona virus. It is believed that hot water is very effective for keeping the throat clean. But in summer it is difficult to quench thirst with hot water. But do you know that drinking too much hot water can also harm your health. We are telling you how hot water can affect your health.

1-sleeping problem- If you drink hot water at night, then you may have sleep problems. You may have toilet problems by drinking hot water at night, you may have frequent urination problems. This increases the pressure on the blood vessel cells, so do not drink hot water at night.

2- Blisters may occur in internal organs- If you drink too much hot water, it can cause damage to the internal organs of the body. Drinking hot water continuously for a long time can also cause stomach irritation. There are tissues inside our body which are very sensitive. Therefore, drinking hot water can also cause blisters in the internal organs of the body.

3- Kidney effect- There is a special capillary system in the kidney, which helps in removing excess water and toxins from the body. But many research has found that hot water affects the kidneys more. Which affects the normal function of the kidney.

4- Nerves can swell – Many people drink hot water even without thirst. Doing this for a long time can cause swelling in the nerves of the brain. Repeatedly drinking hot water can also cause headaches. Therefore, avoid drinking hot water again and again.

5 – Blood volume has an effect on- Drinking too much hot water affects blood volume. Excess warm water increases your total blood volume. The circulation of blood is a closed system and if there is excessive pressure on it, then high blood pressure and many other cardio problems can occur.

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Sachin Tendulkar moves forward to help, donates one crore rupees for Kovid patients

Sachin Tendulkar moves forward to help, donates one crore rupees for Kovid patients

Sachin Tendulkar moves forward to help, donates one crore rupees for Kovid patients