‘CATastrophe’ averted as India court rules on virus lockdown

NEW DELHI (AFP) – A court in India’s Kerala state said on Tuesday it wanted to avoid “a CATastrophe” by allowing a man to break a coronavirus lockdown to buy food for his furry felines. The pun was included in a ruling by Kerala’s High Court on a petition brought by N Prakash, a Kochi-based owner of three cats, who said he was denied a pass by police to leave his home. More details in Thursday’s Borneo Bulletin