One crore 95 lakh 49 thousand 758 people have been identified as infected with coronavirus in India so far and two lakh 15 thousand 523 people have died. In the last 24 hours, 3,92,562 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the country and 3,006 people have died. Earlier in the day, 42,110 people were diagnosed with coronavirus in the country and 3,522 people died. Meanwhile, 15 crore 26 lakh 731 people have been identified as infected with coronavirus and 32 lakh six thousand 451 people have died in the world so far. Among those affected by corona in the world, 13 crore 84 thousand 353 people have recovered and at present one crore 95 lakh 20 thousand 26 people are affected.
The world’s coronary heart disease recovery rate is 97 percent and the death rate is two percent. At present, 1,11,938 people in the world are in critical condition and the rest are stable.
Meanwhile, one crore 59 lakh 71 thousand 72 people have recovered from the corona victims in India and 33 lakh 52 thousand 331 people are in the affected condition.
The United States tops the list of countries affected by the Corona in the world. So far, 3,31,46,008 people have been identified as infected with the coronavirus in that country and 5,90,604 people have died.
The United States is followed by India, Brazil, France, Russia, Turkey, Britain, Italy, Spain and Germany.
In Brazil, which is next to India, a total of 1,46,25,985 people have been infected and 4,06,575 have died.
Today is the 100th birthday of Bengali legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray. He was the best filmmaker of the twentieth century. At the same time he was free to roam in drama, literature, painting and even music. Ray played a leading role in presenting Bengali films to the world.
Ray was born on 2 May 1921 in the famous Roy family of Calcutta. Father Sukumar Roy and grandfather Upendrakishore Roy Chowdhury were both shining stars of Bengali literature at that time. Their ancestral home was in Kishoreganj district of Bangladesh.
Ray was a huge man of 6 feet 5 inches. He is a creator whose magic is as rare as his height. 26 feature and 6 short documentaries and short films are the fruits of his long 42 year film career. His work alone cannot be measured. The real assessment of Ray’s work is in the vastness of his picture.
He is not just stuck in the boundaries of film and literature. Ray’s calligraphy work, his paintings, pictures, covers have shocked the critics of the international arena. There is no doubt that he is the best Bengali genius of the post-Rabindranath era.
Satyajit Ray started making films in 1952 with Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’s famous novel Pather Panchali. The film was completed in 1955 and was released that year. The film gained widespread popularity after its release. Later, Bibhutibhushan made two more films based on Bandyopadhyay’s story-novel ‘Aparajit’ and ‘Apur Sansar’. These three films are known as Apu Trilogy.
Ray’s notable works include ‘Three Daughters’ (1961), ‘Charulata’ (1964), ‘Nayak’ (196), ‘Pratidwandbi’ (1970), ‘Simabaddha’ (1971), ‘Jan Aranya’ (1985) and ‘Ganashatru’. ‘(1989),’ Shakhaprashakha ‘(1990) and’ Agantuk ‘(1991). Satyajit Ray’s immortal creation detective characters ‘Feluda’ and ‘Professor Shanku’.
The famous filmmaker died on April 23, 1992.