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2020-10-31Mumbai: Police take action against politician for using fancy number plates - Mid-day
Acting on a complaint received by Thane Police on Twitter by a local NGO, the Ulhasnagar police took action against the deputy mayor and former standing committee president of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) for using fancy number plates on their cars. The police imposed a fine of Rs 1,200 on each of them after Hiralal Foundation tweeted about how politicians in the city were allowed to use fancy number plates. Also Read: Andheri hospital executive becomes first woman to donate plasma four times According to a report in Hindustan Times, Sarita Khanchandani, a social activist and president of Hiralal Foundation, tweeted the pictures of fancy number plates. Khanchandani also tagged Maharashtra DGP, Thane city police and Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Amit Kale in her post. Sarita complained about the Ulhasnagar traffic police not taking action on these fancy number plates. The two SUV cars are owned by deputy mayor from RPI Bhagwan Bhalerao and former leader of the UMC house, Rajendra Chaudhary, from Shiv Sena. In her tweet, Khanchandani asked as to why politicians weren't respecting the law and why police were sparing them while actions were immediately taken against the common man. "I visited the UMC office on October 26, 2020, and found the cars with fancy number plates and tweeted about them. On Tuesday, Bhalerao was penalised for the fancy number plate, and on Wednesday, Chaudhary was penalised. But both of them have not changed the number plates yet. In 2019 too, the action was taken against the deputy mayor," Khanchandani said. Read the latest crime stories in Mumbai and rest of India After the tweet, Shrikant Dharne, senior police inspector of Ulhasnagar traffic police, confirmed the fine and said, "We have fined Rs 1,200 each on the two vehicles for fancy number plates, the process is now online. Further action will be taken if the plates are not removed." When contacted, both Bhalerao and Chaudhari did not comment on the issue. However, Bhalerao added, "The case must be online as I do not have knowledge of any such action against me." Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news First Published: 31 October, 2020 17:30 IST Tags ulhasnagarthanemumbai policemumbai trafficTwittermumbaimumbai news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... BMC takes strict actions against people not wearing masks in Mumbai Related News 'Accused bribing cops to file closure reports', claims Naresh Chaddi's brother Mumbai Crime: Man stabs wine shop owner, managers with hammer and scissors in Ulhasnagar COVID-19: Despite extended lockdown, doubling rate in MMR same Top Stories Jason Holder takes stumbling SRH to win vs RCB, closer to playoffs Mumbai Crime: Fraud case registered against Borivli car showroom owner Mumbai: Teen who moved to city from US jumps off 17th floor in Kalyan 'I have more to do before I say goodbye; my potential yet to be tapped' Bigg Boss 14 Week 4: Kavita Kaushik's tantrums, Eijaz-Pavitra's banter Saina Nehwal enjoys privacy with husband Kashyap during Maldives vacay! 'Was molested at the age of 3; told I can get work only through sex' Loading... Recommended Videos Celebs spotted: Ranveer Singh, Nora Fatehi, Kareena Kapoor Khan IPL Inspired Chicken Karage Recipe by Chef Himanshu Saini I'm an outsider and I don't get offered the best, says Rohit Roy Inside Kajal Aggarwal's amazing mehendi and haldi ceremony Latest News IPL 2020: Jason Holder takes stumbling SunRisers Hyderabad to win, closer to playoffs Drugs case: Deepika Padukone's manager files anticipatory bail plea in NDPS court We succeeded in exposing true face of BJP, BSP: Akhilesh Yadav Naghma Khan Appointed as spokesperson of RPI Minority Cell Hindi News Health Education Nai Dunia Inext Her Zindagi Radio City Gujarati News Urdu News Mid-Day Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Android Telegram Subscribe Sunday mid-day Subscription Ad Booking About Us Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Authors Sitemap RSS Copyright © 2020 Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd. All Rights Reserved. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK
2020-10-3115 Covid centres shut this week in 5 municipal areas - Mumbai Mirror
15 Covid centres shut this week in 5 municipal areasYou are in an offline mode15 Covid centres shut this week in 5 municipal areasByLata Mishra,Chaitanya MarpakwarLata Mishra and Chaitanya Marpakwar / Updated: Oct 31, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhotos by Santosh GuptaMumbai Metropolitan Region, not including Mumbai, reported 2609 cases on Oct 1. Yesterday, that number was 1041. Fifteen Covid care centres across five municipal corporations in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) were closed this week, indicating a remarkable turnaround from just a month ago when MMR, not including Mumbai, was the worst-hit in the state. In just the span of this month, the daily count of cases in MMR minus Mumbai – spread across Thane, Palghar, and Raigad districts – has halved from 2609 (October 1) to 1041 (October 30). This has allowed municipal corporations to shut both large and mid-size Covid centres and concentrate staff and equipment across fewer centres. The daily count of 1041 for yesterday is a far cry from last week of July when MMR was reporting an average of 3,400 cases a day, not only surpassing Mumbai, but also becoming the single largest contributor to the state’s tally. In fact, on August 31, after the surge caused by Unlock IV, 5000 beds were added in Thane, Kalyan- Dombivali, Navi Mumbai and Mira Bhayandar. Most of the Covid centres that have been shut were admitting patients in single digits for the past couple of days. For instance, the Asra Foundation DCHC in Kalyan, which has 200 oxygen beds, was reporting five to ten new admissions this week. Dombivali’s Savalaram Maharaj Sports Complex, which was converted into Covid health centre with 155 beds and 30 intensive care unit beds, on Friday had no patients. Only the ICU is operational at a Covid centre in Kalyan In Thane, a 490-bed Covid centre in Wagle estate on Friday moved its 25 patients to a centre in Balkum and Mira Bhayandar’s 166-bed Meenatai Thackeray Sabhagrih has been asked to not to take further admissions. Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Commissioner Vijay Suryavanshi said the daily count of Covid cases in his jurisdiction was down to 159 on Friday. “In August and September, we had on an average 500 cases every day. Nearly half of our Covid centres have no patients now,” he said. A senior municipal corporation official in Thane, who did not wish to be identified, said only 84 new cases were reported on Friday, while till last month the daily average was over 300. “We are shutting down two centres -- one in Kalwa, which has 500 beds and the other at Wagle Estate with 490 beds,” he said. Om Sai Aarogya Care Pvt Limited, which is managing 11 dedicated Covid centres -- five in Thane, three in Mira-Bhayandar and three in Kalyan-Dombivali – has received a letter, asking it to shut five centres. “We were instructed to not take further admissions. Cases have gone down even in Ulhasnagar and Ambernath,” Om Sai Aarogya Care Pvt Limited managing director Dr Khalid Shaikh said, adding that till last month almost all his centres were running full. Shutting down some of the major Covid centres has helped the civic authorities focus on smaller recovery centres, such as the one in Kalyan (above), which has fewer than ten patients Navi Mumbai has shut eight Covid care centres. But officials said these centres are on stand-by. “They will remain fully equipped and ready. In case of a spike in cases we will reopen them,” said a health department official. A few patients, who were being treated at these centres, have been moved to other centres. After the Covid-19 outbreak, the civic body had set up 13 Covid care centres to treat asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic patients. The centres that have stopped admitting patients are Agri Koli Bhavan and Ahilyabai Holkar Bhavan in Nerul, Leva Patidar Hall and Samaj Mandir in Airoli, Varkari Bhavan in Belapur, Samaj Mandir in Koparkhairane, multipurpose hall in Vashi sector 14 and ETC centre in Vashi. The doubling rate in Navi Mumbai, which was 79 days in September, has now increased to 127 days. The recovery rate has also gone up to 93 per cent in the city. A senior state government official said that while it’s heartening to note the drop in cases in MMR, the health machinery is also gearing up for a possible surge once the festival season ends. RELATED NEWSAmid Maratha groups protests over reservation, Maharashtra government...Oct 09, 2020Brucellosis outbreak infects thousands in China amid COVID-19Sep 18, 2020COVID-19: Five posts to brighten up your dayAug 30, 2020
2020-10-30Shiv Sena backs 'rebel' BJP neta to win UMC post - Times of India
Shiv Sena backs 'rebel' BJP neta to win UMC postPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Oct 30, 2020, 11:28 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: BJP suffered a major setback in Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) after Shiv Sena helped BJP rebel candidate Vijay Patil to win the standing committee chairman's post, defeating BJP's official candidate Jaya Makhija. Patil, with the help of five votes from Sena, one each from NCP and Republican Party of India, secured eight votes against Makhija who got seven votes of the BJP members. Earlier, BJP member Dr Prakash Nathani had resigned from the standing committee. All three parties of Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance have came together in UMC. Sena helped Congress candidate Anjali Salve to win the chairman's post of the ward committee from ward number 4. BJP managed to win the chairperson's post unopposed in the three remaining wards, out of which two belong to local bigwig, Omie Kalani's group,Team Omie Kalani (TOK). The results are said to be a blow for BJP leader and former minister Ravindra Chavan, especially for failing to retain the chairman's post that fell vacant last month. Dr Shrikant Shinde, MP from Kalyan, who played a crucial role in the win, said, "BJP's rebel Vijay Patil joined us and we helped him to win." BJP leader Manoj Lassi accused Shinde for betraying Sindhi voters in Ulhasnagar. "The local Sindhis voted for Shinde at the Lok Sabha polls but he played the Marathi card in the standing committee election." 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2020-10-30COVID-19 Latest Updates: Maharashtra reports 5,902 new cases; Mumbai’s death toll stands at 10,229 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Latest Updates: Maharashtra reports 5,902 new cases; Mumbai’s death toll stands at 10,229Oct 30, 2020, 09.40AMCOVID-19 Latest Updates: Maharashtra reports 5,902 new cases; Mumbai’s death toll stands at 10,229Maharashtra's coronavirus tally on Thursday increased to 16,66,668 with 5,902 new cases. The state also recorded 156 deaths, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 to 43,710. A total of 7,883 patients were discharged during the day, taking the tally of recovered people to 14,94,809.On the other hand, Mumbai reported 1,120 new cases which pushed its caseload to 2,55,360, while the death toll in the city rose to 10,229 with 33 fatalities recorded on Thursday.MMR reported 2,076 new coronavirus cases, raising the count to 5,79,154. A total of 17,891 people have died so far due to COVID-19 in the region.The number of cases in the Pune division stood at 4,23,108 and deaths at 9,495.Even as COVID-19 cases in India crossed 8 million, the Union Health Ministry on Friday said that the country has exponentially scaled up its testing capacity from one in January to more than 10.65 crore at present. “The very high testing has resulted in the continuously falling positivity rate. It is 7.54 per cent presently,” the Ministry added.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-30 09:40(IST) With 48,648 new COVID-19 infections, India's total cases surge to 80,88,851Total active cases in the country are 5,94,386 after a decrease of 9301 in the last 24 hours. With 563 new deaths, the toll mounts to 1,21,090.2020-10-30 09:27(IST) Total 10,77,28,088 samples tested up to October 29, of these 11,64,648 samples were tested yesterday: ICMR2020-10-30 09:19(IST) SOPs help BKC facility reduce mortality rateThe BKC Jumbo Covid care facility has not seen a single death in the last three days. This was possible because of a protocol, prepared by the dean Dr Rajesh Dere, that was strictly implemented. According to the protocol, after the registration of critical patients in the centre, the initial assessment has to be done in 2-5 minutes, and for mild to moderate patients, the assessment has to be done within 2 to 12 minutes. Dr Dere said that he had also formed a team of four doctors in four shifts who would be available 24x7 at the entrance to examine the patient and inform the senior doctors sitting in the control room of the facility. They guide the doctors in shifting the patient to the appropriate ward. Read more2020-10-30 08:33(IST) GRP readies tough rules for those flouting Covid normsEven as local trains will now be available for the public at large, commuters will have to be careful not just from coronavirus but also the railway police. The Maharashtra government has allowed the Government Railway Police (GRP) to levy fines and take action under Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Disaster Management Act against those who fail to wear masks inside trains or on railway premises. ‘In order to avoid resurgence in the number of Covid-19 cases due to increased transmission in local trains, it is imperative to follow all Covid protocols, including wearing of masks. To ensure stringent compliance of rules, the state hereby bequeaths powers to Government Railway Police to impose fines on commuters who are found travelling without masks in local trains and on railway station premises,” reads the directive issued by the Maharashtra government. Read more2020-10-30 08:02(IST) Pune: 707 new COVID cases, 1k+ recoveries in districtPune reported 707 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday and 1,002 recoveries. So far 3,02,118 people have been discharged after treatment and 3,22,105 have tested positive. The death toll stood at 7,828 on Thursday after 30 people succumbed to the virus. Among the fresh cases, 303 are under Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) limits, 173 in Pimpri-Chinchwad areas, 180 in rural and 51in cantonment jurisdictions, respectively. There are 5,659 active csaes in Pune city, of which 581are critical — 332 are on ventilators and 249 are without. Around 1,552 people are undergoing oxygen treatment in various city hospitals. On Thursday, 2,604 tests were conducted by PMC, taking the total to 7.31 lakh, said Dr Ashish Bharti, PMC health chief. Read more2020-10-30 08:01(IST) Eight out of 13 Covid-care centres shut in Navi MumbaiEight Covid Care Centres (CCCs) in Navi Mumbai have been shut after a decline in the number of daily Covid cases. Authorities said that even though they have been shut, they are fully equipped and can open again if need be in case of emergency or a sudden spike. According to the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, there were only a few patients in these centres, who have been either shifted elsewhere or discharged after they completely recovered. After the outbreak of Covid-19, the civic body had set up 13 special CCCs to treat asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic patients. Read the full story here2020-10-30 08:00(IST) Mumbai: More testing needed to avoid Diwali surgeWith the Dussehra week seeing a fluctuation in Covid-19 testing, doctors and experts have warned the BMC must push for aggressive testing ahead of Diwali to avoid a post-festival surge. The state’s Covid-19 task force told the BMC to push for aggressive testing of around 24,000 tests per day. The BMC has said that it is testing between 12,000 to 16,000 persons daily. Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Chahal said that despite testing that many, the city was reporting fewer positive cases. Chahal said that this was due to the successful implementation of the ‘My Family My Responsibility’ campaign and penalising those not wearing masks. Regarding the Dussehra fluctuation, Chahal said that it was odd and not the norm. Read more2020-10-30 07:59(IST) Health Ministry: Very high testing has resulted in the continuously falling positivity rate#IndiaFightsCorona #Unite2FightCorona India has exponentially scaled up its TESTING capacity from one in January t… https://t.co/NhYo9GkZPS— Ministry of Health (@MoHFW_INDIA) 16040215830002020-10-30 07:58(IST) Mumbai: 35 Covidiots in Juhu-Andheri made to sweep the streetsWith cajoling, pleading, fining and even the threat of legal action failing, the BMC is now making one last effort to get Covidiots to fall in line. Those refusing to pay the fine of Rs 200 for not wearing a mask in public places will have to perform community service by cleaning up roads. The new penalty drive began three days ago. 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2020-10-29Ulhasnagar police take action against politicos’ fancy number plates, fine them - Hindustan Times
2020-10-29Police act against fancy number plate of deputy mayor's car in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Police act against fancy number plate of deputy mayor's car in UlhasnagarPolice act against fancy number plate of deputy mayor's car in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Oct 29, 2020, 12:52 ISTBhagwan Bhalerao's car with the fancy number plateULHASNAGAR: The traffic police removed fancy number plate from the car that belongs to Bhagwan Bhalerao, deputy mayor of Ulhasnagar municipal corporation and also fined him of Rs 1,200 after a social worker in Ulhasnagar filed a complaint. The traffic police also removed fancy number plate from the car belonging to Rajendra Chaudhari Shiv Sena president of Ulhasnagar city. The action came after complaint of social worker Sarita Khanchandani who on Tuesday visited Ulhasnagar municipal corporation headquarter for some work. During her visit she noticed the car with fancy number plate. Khanchandani said since in 2019 on her complaint traffic police had removed fancy number plate from Bhalerao's car seeing a fancy number again got her off guard. She then took photos of it and forwarded them to Thane city police as well as to Amit Kale, deputy commissioner of police, traffic division. Acting on the complaint of Khanchandani, Kale instructed his staff to act against Bhalerao's car and finally officials from Ulhasnagar traffic divisions removed number plate from Bhalerao's car and fined him of Rs 1,200. 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2020-10-29Shiv Sena defeats BJP in standing committee chairman election of Ulhasnagar civic body - Times of India
Shiv Sena defeats BJP in standing committee chairman election of Ulhasnagar civic bodyShiv Sena defeats BJP in standing committee chairman election of Ulhasnagar civic bodyPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Oct 29, 2020, 17:13 ISTPhoto for representative purpose onlyULHASNAGAR: In a major setback for Bhartiya Janta Party in Ulhasnagar municipal corporation as Shiv Sena helped BJP rebel Vijay Patil to win standing committee chairman post defeating BJP's official candidate Jaya Makhija. Patil with help of Shiv Sena's 5 votes, NCP's 1 and Republican Party of India's 1 vote managed to get 8 votes against Makhija who secured 7 votes of BJP's members. Earlier ahead of election, BJP's one member Dr Prakash Nathani had given his resignation from standing committee surprising to others and indirectly helped Shiv Sena. To defeat BJP, Mahavikas Aghadi came together in UMC. Shiv Sena also helped Congress candidate Anjali Salve to win chairman post of ward committee from ward number 4 while in 3 remaining wards BJP win chairman post unopposed out of which two belongs to team Omie Kalani. The results is said to be set back for BJP leader and former minister Ravindra Chavan who is said to be responsible for failure to retain standing committee chairman post which was vacant after BJP's Rajesh Vadhrya's tenure ended in September month. Dr Shrikant Shinde, member of Parliament from Kalyan Lok Sabha who played crucial role in to win, said, "Looking at positive development work by Shiv Sena in civic body, BJP's rebel Vijay Patil joined us and we helped him to win". Earlier Shiv Sena had also defeated BJP in mayor post election despite BJP had majority by breaking members of team Omie Kalani party. 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2020-10-29Naresh Chaddi case: 'Murder-accused corporator fought polls on fake certificate,' says cop - Mid-day
Former Congress corporator Godhumal Kishnani, prime accused in gangster Naresh Chaddi's murder, contested the 2012 civic polls in Ulhasnagar based on a forged Other Backward Class (OBC) caste certificate, claimed police inspector Bhimraj Ghadge alias Bhimrao of Thane police. The serving police inspector added that the Thane police are not willing to take action against Kishnani. Gangster Naresh Chaddi. File pic Ghadge said, "Kishnani belongs to Shapuru community but to contest elections from Ulhasnagar in 2012, he made a fake caste certificate of Sindhur – 295 caste/tribe which is recognised as OBC under a Government Resolution." Series of RTI applications "Using the RTI Act, I learnt that the serial number 665/2011 mentioned in Kishnani's fake caste certificate does not match the name of the applicant in the record book at the tehsildar's office in Ulhasnagar," Ghadge said. Bhimraj Ghadge, police inspector Ghadge was the investigating officer in a forgery case against Kishnani but was allegedly removed after he refused to take a bribe. He is currently posted in the Thane police's control room. When the inspector sought information on the applicant for serial number 665/2011, the RTI reply said, "The name of Godhumal Naraindas Kishnani is not mentioned in our record book of 2011; instead the name of the applicant in the serial number is Prakash R. Dhokane." Ghadge told mid-day that after forging a caste certificate, Kishnani claimed that he works for the BMC and needed to get his certificate verified for a promotion. Ghadge further explained that the research officer and member secretary of the Thane caste scrutiny committee, Ujjwala Sapkale, on October 16, 2018, had written to the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation's commissioner, saying that a caste validity certificate was not issued in Kishanani's name. To authenticate his forged caste certificate, Ghadge said Kishnani also made a fake school leaving certificate (SLC). Also Read: 'Accused bribing cops to file closure reports', claims Naresh Chaddi's brother Forged leaving certificate Ghadge then dug more into Kishnani's forged SLC. As per this document, Kishnani supposedly took admission on June 20, 1958, and passed out from Maharashtra Hindi Vidyalaya, Aurangabad on September 30, 1962. "However, through an RTI, I found out that Maharashtra Hindi Vidyalaya was established in June 1960. How could Kishnani have taken admission in 1958? "Also, the SLC mentions the register number as 138 but the school wrote to me saying there's no record of Godhumal Kishnani as he never took admission there," said Ghadge. He added, "How he procured the fake stamp and signatures to get the fake SLC is a matter of investigation." Kishnani's father Naraindas Pappumal Chhapru died on October 26, 1968, revealed an RTI. "But Kishnani got his father's caste certificate issued from the Office of Collector, Bombay city district on December 5, 1990. A caste certificate cannot be issued for a dead person. This too should be investigated by the authorities," Ghadge said, adding that Kishnani's son Pravin too has procured numerous fake documents, including a caste certificate. 'Police won't file FIR' "I have given four complaints at Central police station, two at CBD police station and one at Ambernath police station regarding the forgeries done by the father-son duo. But due to the corruption, police are not ready to file a complaint," said Ghadge. He has also written to the chief minister, home minister, and the Director General of Police, Maharashtra. "When I filed the RTI seeking Kishnani's caste details, he was informed by the official that someone is seeking his details. A lawyer then sent a notice to the RTI official, telling him to not reveal the details. But, I managed to convince the RTI officer about why these crucial documents are required," Ghadge said. Ghadge also claims that the father-son duo is running a parallel government in Ulhasnagar and is involved in corruption and malpractices. "They have illegally grabbed the lands of many people. And if a case is filed against them, the cops help them." The Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Ulhasnagar division, DD Tele did not comment on Ghadge's complaints, while Thane's Commissioner of Police Vivek Phansalkar was unavailable for comment. Calls and messages to Kishnani, too, went unanswered. 1958Year of admission in Godhumal Kishnani's allegedly fake school leaving certificate 1960Year the school Maharashtra Hindi Vidyalaya in Aurangabad says it was established Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. 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2020-10-29COVID-19 Live Updates: Maharashtra reports 6,738 fresh cases; Mumbai’s death toll reaches 10,196 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Live Updates: Maharashtra reports 6,738 fresh cases; Mumbai’s death toll reaches 10,196Oct 29, 2020, 09.33AMCOVID-19 Live Updates: Maharashtra reports 6,738 fresh cases; Mumbai’s death toll reaches 10,196Maharashtra on Wednesday reported 6,738 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the total tally to 16,60,766. The state witnessed 8,430 recoveries. With this, the number of recoveries climbed to 14,86,926. According to Maharashtra's Public Health Department, the state registered 91 deaths on Wednesday. With this, the death toll now stands at 43,554. The state also hosts 1,29,746 active cases.Mumbai city reported 1,354 positive cases which pushed its overall case count to 2,54,240, while its death toll rose to 10,196 with the addition of 31 latest fatalities.Mumbai division, which comprises Mumbai city and its satellite towns, reported 2,502 new cases, which took its total count to 5,77,078. 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At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-29 09:33(IST) ICMR: Total 10,65,63,440 samples tested for COVID-19 up to October 28, of these 10,75,760 samples were tested yesterday2020-10-29 09:11(IST) 49 new COVID-19 cases reported in Mizoram, taking the total number of positive cases to 2,656 till date2020-10-29 08:06(IST) Health Ministry: India's average daily COVID-19 fatality continuously decreasing since the past 6 weeks#IndiaFightsCorona #Unite2FightCorona India's average daily #COVID19 fatality is continuously decreasing since the… https://t.co/KbhoO8lgnu— Ministry of Health (@MoHFW_INDIA) 160393516500008:05 AM (IST) There is a possibility of a second wave of coronavirus in December. I hope that such a situation does not occur but if it does, we are preparedPune Mayor Murlidhar Mohol2020-10-29 08:05(IST) Real estate sales grow 60% during lockdownThe real estate sector in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) has recorded a substantial recovery in the July-September quarter. As per a report released by Liases Foras, an independent non-brokerage firm, city developers have registered an increase of 60 per cent in sales compared to the June quarter. The number of housing units sold shot up from 6,421 in the June quarter to 10,251 units by September-end. The city had sold 16,945 units in the second quarter of 2019. Barring Thane, which recorded a drop of 8 per cent, all MMR segments recorded more than 40 per cent increase in sales. Read more2020-10-29 08:04(IST) MSRTC employees have not been paid since AugustAround 98,000 employees of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) have not been paid their salaries since August. The situation has come to a boiling point where the employee unions have decided that families of MSRTC employees, who have worked throughout the lockdown for Mumbai and its metropolitan region, will protest on November 9, just a few days before Diwali. The Shiv Sena heads MSRTC but the state finance ministry needs to disburse salaries. The total outstanding salaries is to the tune of over Rs 800 crore for months of August, September and October. Read more2020-10-29 08:03(IST) Vashi: Covid patient dies, relatives vandalise hospital; four heldThe Vashi police have arrested four people and is on the lookout for three others – all of them women – for allegedly vandalising a civic hospital after the death of a Covid-19 patient in the early hours of Wednesday. According to the police, the 48-yearold Covid-19 patient was brought to the Vashi municipal hospital in a critical condition on Tuesday night. He reportedly died during treatment. 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2020-10-28'Accused bribing cops to file closure reports', claims Naresh Chaddi's brother - Mid-day
Raju Pahalajani, the brother of slain gangster Naresh Asandas Pahalajani alias Naresh Chaddi has claimed that the prime accused in his brother's murder case, former corporator from Ulhasnagar Godhumal Kishnani, influenced investigating officers of the several criminal cases against him to get closure reports filed. Echoing the same, a serving police inspector in Thane police, Bhimraj Ghadge alias Bhimrao too claimed that Kishnani and his son Pravin have a good nexus in the police, which they use to their benefit. Also read: Mumbai: Cops Hastily Filed Closure Report, Say Gangster Naresh Chaddi's Kin "Former Congress corporator Kishnani has considerable clout in Thane police. Taking advantage of his position, Kishnani uses the police to file fake cases against people who raise their voice against him and his empire in Ulhasnagar," Ghadge told mid-day. "This is why people don't dare to approach police against Kishnani. Even if a case is filed, the cops never do a thorough investigation. Instead, they file a closure report. Till date, four criminal cases related to extortion, criminal intimidation, assault, murder, forgery and other charges, have been filed against Kishnani and his son Pravin at Central police station in Ulhasnagar and Bazarpeth and Khadakpada police stations in Kalyan. But investigating officers filed closure reports in these cases," said Ghadge. He had been conducting the initial investigation in a forgery case registered at Bazarpeth police station against Kishnani in 2015. However, he was removed from the investigation after he refused to take a 'bribe' from the accused. Ghadge's forgery case "The complainant was Prem Tejumal Gurudasani in the forgery case. I was the Investigating Officer (IO) and the accused had tried to bribe me to stop the investigation. When I refused, senior officers removed me from the investigation," Ghadge said. The complainant, Gurudasani, said, "Kishnani had conspired to grab my land worth Rs 40 crore after making forged documents. The case was filed at Bazarpeth police station in January 2015. But the police filed a closure report without any investigation in the serious offence." "We have approached the Bombay High Court to seek justice but the matter is pending due to the lockdown and we are yet to get a date," Gurudasani said. Ghadge added that an extortion case was filed against Kishnani in 2016 at Central police station. "But the police took a long time to conduct the investigation and a charge sheet was filed in 2019. A delay in filing the chargesheet benefits the accused in a case," said Ghadge. "Another case of criminal intimidation and assault was filed at Central police station against Kishnani in 2016 and without conducting an investigation, a closure report was filed in June 2017," added Ghadge. Accused's modus operandi Chaddi's brother Raju told mid-day, "This is Kishnani's modus operandi of influencing investigating cops to file a closure report in cases against him. In the murder case of my brother, the investigating officer never told me what he has done in the investigation and suddenly filed a closure report in the court. I have lost faith in Thane police as all the cops are working for Kishnani." Raju had appeared before justice AM Qureshi in Kalyan court last week and put forth his points as to why the closure report filed by Khadakpada police should not be accepted. "An audio clip of Kishnani is one of the crucial evidence in the murder of my brother. But the cops have not done anything to probe. Instead, they allowed him enough opportunities to seek relief from the court," Raju said. In the audio clip, Kishnani allegedly tells a local reporter Ashok Sonawane how he got Chaddi killed and fabricated false cases against inspector Ghadge. According to Sonawane, the audio clip is from 2016. "The divisional Assistant Commissioner of Police of Kalyan, Anil Powar, had called me in March this year to know about the audio clip. He recorded my statement in the Naresh Chaddi case." Ghadge too had appeared in court as his name was also taken in the audio clip. "I raised strong objections to the closure report as Kishnani with his nexus in the police force ruined my career by filing false cases against me," Ghadge said. "The team investigating the Naresh Chaddi case should have taken Kishnani's and Sonawane's voice samples and verified them with the audio clip. Kishnani clearly says how he ruined my life and career. The investigating team should have taken my statement too, but it did not. I told the court that the police did not probe the case and filed a closure report to shield Kishnani and Pravin," Ghadge said. The court has set the next hearing for November 26. Local Deputy Commissioner of Police Vivek Pansare was unavailable for comment, while ACP Powar refused to say anything in the matter. 02 FebDay in 2016 Naresh was found dead in his house Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news First Published: 28 October, 2020 07:00 IST Tags ulhasnagarmumbai crime branchmumbai crime newsmumbai news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Here's what happened when gyms reopened in Mumbai after 7 months
2020-10-28COVID-19 Live Updates: Mumbai reports drop in new cases; Maharashtra registers 5,363 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Live Updates: Mumbai reports drop in new cases; Maharashtra registers 5,363 casesOct 28, 2020, 09.09AMCOVID-19 Live Updates: Mumbai reports drop in new cases; Maharashtra registers 5,363 casesMumbai on Tuesday reported a drop in new COVID-19 cases along with a reduction in the daily death toll. With the detection of 801 cases, the city's coronavirus tally has increased to 2.52 lakh. Maharashtra registered 5,363 new COVID-19 cases. With this, the total number of cases now stands at 16,54,028. The death toll rose to 43,463 after 115 new deaths were reported. Maharashtra also saw 7,836 recoveries. With this, the number of recoveries now stands at 14,78,496. The state is currently a host to 1,31,544 active cases. The patient recovery rate in the state is 89.39 per cent.Meanwhile, the number of fresh infections recorded in India on Tuesday, 42,704, was the second-lowest since July. After recording deaths below 500 for two consecutive days, India recorded 509 fatalities on Tuesday, taking the cumulative toll to 1,20,005.However, the Union Health Ministry said that the COVID-19 situation has worsened in Maharashtra, West Bengal, Karnataka, Kerala and Delhi amid the ongoing festivals.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-28 09:09(IST) Mumbai: Private bus commuters paying up to Rs 500 a dayAlthough more and more categories of people are being accommodated into the suburban railway system, the problems of most of the commuters remain unsolved. There are several people who spend up to eight hours a day on travelling to their place of work and back. The people living in the suburbs and satellite towns, who have their offices in south Mumbai, are particularly facing the problem of daily commuting. Besides the time factor, there is the issue of cost of travelling. The privately-run buses are charging double the fare of what it used to be before the Covid pandemic. This is because the state government has yet to take a decision on the issue of fares. Read the full story here2020-10-28 08:32(IST) 80 new COVID-19 cases reported in Mizoram, taking the total number of positive cases to 2,607The number of active cases is at 374 while 2,233 people have been discharged so far. No death reported in the state till date. (ANI)2020-10-28 08:30(IST) Pune: 500+ new COVID cases and 1,000+ recoveries in districtPune reported 549 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday along with 1,235 recoveries, taking the respective figures to 3,20,661 and 2,99,912. With 35 deaths within a day, the death toll of the district now stands at 7,768. Of the 549 new cases, 241 are in Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) limits, 127 in Pimpri-Chinchwad, 111 in Pune rural and 70 in cantonment jurisdictions, respectively, said Dr Bhagwan Pawar, district health officer of Pune district. The number of active cases in Pune city has decreased to 6,004. There are 620 critical patients in the city of which 346 are on ventilators and 274 are without. Read more2020-10-28 08:29(IST) Children can be spreaders or super-spreaders of COVID-19: ICMRChildren can be spreaders or super-spreaders of COVID-19, said Dr Balram Bhargava, Director General of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), on Tuesday. "Children were thought to be protected against COVID-19, however, there is some evidence that suggests children can be spreaders or super-spreaders of the virus," he stated. Addressing a media query in the context of children in Mizoram, the doctor referred to Kawasaki disease that has been happening among children simultaneously with COVID-19 in other parts of the world. Read more2020-10-28 08:28(IST) Scramble for masks as Maharashtra govt caps pricesWith the state government capping the prices of masks, there is a scramble for supplies as manufacturers and suppliers have refused to supply at the capped rates. In several instances, suppliers have told authorities in the BMC and the state government that they will not be able to supply masks at the low prices fixed by the state government. Last week, the state government issued a notification fixing the prices of masks. As per the new rates, an N-95 mask would cost between Rs 19 to Rs 45 depending on its kind, while a 3-ply would cost Rs 4 and a 2-ply mask Rs 3. Before capping, an N-95 mask was being sold anywhere between Rs 150 to Rs 600 in the retail market, while a 3-ply mask cost between Rs 20 and Rs 40. The new rates have not only reduced existing market prices by 40 to 60 per cent but also ensured that the masks cost less than the reusable plain cotton masks that are being sold anywhere between Rs 10 and Rs 200. Read more2020-10-28 08:27(IST) Maharashtra govt readying list of frontline workers for Covid-19 vaccineThe state government and the BMC have started the extensive exercise of compiling the list of city’s frontline workers to prioritise them for getting the coronavirus vaccine. It’s being done to avoid rush at the last moment. A communication from the BMC says the vaccination for health care workers will start in January next year. The state government officials said that they anticipate the Covid-19 vaccine to be available soon, so they have asked all municipal corporations to start collecting data of health workers. 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2020-10-28Maharashtra sees fewer than 100 Covid-19 deaths second time in 3 days - Hindustan Times
2020-10-27COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see a rise in recoveries; Badlapur nears 100 deaths - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see a rise in recoveries; Badlapur nears 100 deathsYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see a rise in recoveries; Badlapur nears 100 deathsMirror Online / Updated: Oct 27, 2020, 21:02 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 30 new cases of coronavirus, with which the area's tally climbed to 10,138. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 489. With 53 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 9,314. Also, with two new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 335. Out of the new cases today, 14 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4 and 10 in Ulhasnagar-5. Four people contracted the virus in Ulhasnagar-2 and two in Ulhasnagar-3. No new case was reported from Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath saw 16 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total count to 7,201 and the death toll to 262. Untitled Carousel India now has maximum number of COVID-19 recoveries in the worldIndia with more than 72 lakh recovered COVID-19 patients has the maximum number of recoveries in the world, the Union Health Ministry said on Tuesday. With a recovery rate of 94.08 per cent, as many as 6,775 patients have recovered from the virus and 164 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, the situation seems to have eased down a bit as the township saw fewer cases in the last 24 hours. The test reports of 31 persons came out to be positive on Tuesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 7,247 along with 97 deaths. So far, 6,882 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 268. Untitled Carousel Devendra Fadnavis receives plasma therapy for COVID-19Fadnavis who got hospitalised on Saturday has been labelled a borderline moderate case. He got tested after returning from a tour of Bihar ahead of the assembly polls. Maharashtra government caps prices of masks17N-95 masks to cost between Rs 19 to Rs 49After capping the price of treatment for COVID-19 patients and then fixing the cost of the PPE kits, the Maharashtra government has decided to fix the prices of N-95 masks and triple-layer masks amid rising COVID-19 cases, after a brief slowdown. The decision comes in the backdrop of consumers and patients in private hospitals and nursing homes being charged exorbitant prices for the masks. In order to stop the spread of the virus, it is mandatory to wear a mask as it is one of the major precautions public can take to keep themselves safe as there is no vaccine for the contagion as yet. The expert panel has also warned that laxity during the festival and winter season could lead to a spike of up to 26 lakh cases in a month.What Health Minister Rajesh Tope said"We have put a cap on the prices of masks and the rates which can be quoted by their suppliers and private hospitals," said State Health Minister Rajesh Tope. With this decision, Maharashtra has become the first state in the country to cap prices of masks. The decision was taken based on the reccommendations made by a government-appointed committee.N-95 masks get cheaperThe N-95 masks which cost between Rs 70 to Rs 150 and sometimes much more than that at times, can be supplied in the state in the price range of Rs 19 to Rs 49 only. The state-appointed committee found that in some instances over the last few months, prices of N95 masks have shot up by over 400 percent and in some cases, over 575 percent as compared to last year.Prices of Double and Triple-layer maskThe state government issued the government resolution or GR to cap prices of masks on October 20. The capped prices will be enforced till the Epidemic Act is in enforcement in the state. Under the new GR, double and triple layer masks that cost between Rs 10 and Rs 30 will be available now at Rs 3 to Rs 4 per unit.Hospitals can charge up 110 per cent of the purchase priceHealth Minister Rajesh Tope has said that suppliers can quote 70 per cent of MRP of the mask while hospitals can charge patients up to 110 per cent of the purchase price. "No hospital will be allowed to charge more than 110 per cent of the procurement price."Complaint against exorbitant pricesIf you find that the hospitals are charging exorbitant prices despite the cap, you can lodge a complaint with the Food and Drugs Administration commissioner and district-level officials. Photo: ReutersPM Modi's message ahead of festivalsPrime Minister Narendra Modi has warned that the lockdown is over, but the virus hasn't bid us goodbye as yet. He also reiterated that it is important to maintain '2 gaz ki dhoori (maintain social distancing), wear a mask and wash hands. "If you are being careless and going out without the mask, then you are putting your families, children, elders' lives in danger." RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernat...Aug 24, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar records highest recovery rate in MMR; no...Aug 20, 2020
2020-10-26Sixth day of dip in new Covid cases as Maharashtra adds 6,059 patients - Times of India
Sixth day of dip in new Covid cases as Maharashtra adds 6,059 patientsTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai City Central Mall FireEknath KhadseAnil DeshmukhSixth day of dip in new Covid cases as Maharashtra adds 6,059 patientsBhavika Jain & Sumitra Debroy | TNN | Updated: Oct 26, 2020, 05:53 ISTThe state has continued to witness drops in daily Covid cases and deaths, though its case fatality rate has be...Read MoreMUMBAI: For the sixth day in a row, the state registered a drop in Covid-19 cases on Sunday, although the case fatality rate (CFR) moved upwards. The state added 6,059 cases and 112 deaths. The case total reached 16,45,020 and the death toll, 43,264. Daily discharges dipped lower than the daily additions. As 5,648 people were discharged, it took the total to 14.6 lakh. The recovery rate touched almost 89%. Active cases in the state, too, were on the decline, The state had over 1.4 lakh active cases, with 18,307 of these in the city. The state CFR, which had dropped to 2.3% about three weeks ago, continued its steady climb to reach 2.63%. The CFR in the city was 4%. The city reported 1,222 cases, taking the overall caseload to 2,51,281. Around 48% of the Covid-19 burden of the state has come from the districts of the city (15%), Pune (20%) and Thane (13%). The city continued to report more cases and deaths than both the other districts. It also recorded 46 Covid-19 deaths, taking its toll to 10,105. Pune did not register any deaths. The Thane district toll was 5,274 while the Pune district toll remained 6,604. A state official said a rising CFR was a cause for concern even if the daily case detections were dipping. "A drop in the number of new detections is a good thing, but we are expecting a surge after the festive season. The high death rate is worrying, but a lot of the deaths being reported now have occurred previously," a state official said. There is still a need to bring down fatalities occurring within 24-48 hours of admission, a sign of late detection or delay in seeking care. At the state level, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) recorded 2,210 cases and 56 deaths, taking the total cases to 5.7 lakh and fatalities to 17,713. Three of the nine corporations from the MMR did not have Covid-19 deaths on Sunday, namely, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar and Mira-Bhayander. Kalyan-Dombivli reported 167 new patients and a death, taking the tally to 49,182, including 994 deaths. There were 206 discharges, leaving around 2,208 under active treatment. In Thane city, 170 new cases took the tally to 45,411, while three deaths took the toll to 1130. The Thane recovery rate increased to 92% with only 2,514 active cases. (Inputs: Manoj Badgeri & Pradeep Gupta) DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsMS DhoniBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineUddhav ThackerayNarendra ModiRR vs MIBihar opinion poll 2020ITR Filing Last DateRajasthan Police Constable ExamLATEST VIDEOSMumbaiDevotees perform visarjan of Goddess Durga on the ninth day of Navratri at Powai Lake Dussehra 2020: Covid-19 pandemic subdues 'Ravan Dahan' in Nagpur CityCovid-19: Sharpest weekly drop in numbers in India 'Dacoits snatched our flag', says ex-J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti referring to the flag of J&K Kerala gold smuggling case: Sivasankar’s arrest put on hold till October 28 Maharashtra: Women with their masks on perform garba privately at a home in Pune More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?Popular Navratri Goan Foods and RecipesAmazon Sale: Up to Rs 35,000 Off on laptops, desktops, internal storage & moreExquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksCoronavirus IndiaDevendra FadnavisCoronavirusAaditya ThackerayMaharashtra GovernmentSharad PawarNCPAjit PawarMumbai weatherSanjay RautDawood IbrahimMumbai MetroUddhav ThackerayShiv SenaGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsMS DhoniBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineUddhav ThackerayNarendra ModiRR vs MIBihar opinion poll 2020ITR Filing Last DateRajasthan Police Constable ExamUS Election 2020Vijayadashami 2020Bangalore news liveDussehra 2020 dateNewsDurga Ashtami 2020 dateHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webNeha bidaai videoNeha Kakkar VideoPlus size shortsNaturally fair skinHuge age gapNeha Marriage ImagesNeha KakkarNeha wedding outfitsCOVID symptomTrending topicsHappy Dussehra WishesDussehra WishesVijaya Dashami WishesDussehra Puja VidhiHappy Dussehra ImagesDussehra Greeting CardsNavratri B-town celebsSalman KhanSuhana KhanChiranjeevi SarjaHrithik RoshanRashmika MandannaOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizPubg MobilePixel 5 FeatureMysore Dasara 2020 LiveFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. 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2020-10-25Four with bloodied clothes attack cop for stopping them in Thane - Times of India
Four with bloodied clothes attack cop for stopping them in ThaneFour with bloodied clothes attack cop for stopping them in ThanePradeep Gupta | TNN | Oct 25, 2020, 10:37 ISTRepresentative imageKALYAN: A police constable, Balu Chavan, has been admitted to hospital with multiple stab injuries he sustained while trying to stop four men in a car from fleeing. The bike-borne cop noticed the four in a car at Ambernath late Friday evening with bloodstains on their clothes. As he tried to intercept their car, they allegedly attacked him with swords, the police said, adding that Chavan’s condition is now stable. Police teams later arrested the four men — Ankit Singh alias Dilkhush, his brother Ankush, Shivraj Pawar and Abid Shaikh. The police said that the four had earlier consumed drugs and vandalised two vehicles besides ransacking a political party worker’s office in Ulhasnagar before attacking the cop. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsNarendra ModiBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineKXIP vs SRHDonald TrumpMann ki Baat liveWeekly HoroscopeITR Filing Last DateTS EAMCET Result 2020LATEST VIDEOSCity'Dacoits snatched our flag', says ex-J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti referring to the flag of J&K Kerala gold smuggling case: Sivasankar’s arrest put on hold till October 28 Maharashtra: Women with their masks on perform garba privately at a home in Pune Bihar: BJP MLA Subhash Singh & his supporters were attacked in Gopalganj More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?Popular Navratri Goan Foods and RecipesAmazon Sale: Up to Rs 35,000 Off on laptops, desktops, internal storage & moreExquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Air PollutionBihar election 2020Bihar election dateBangalore TemperatureBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadHyderabad RainCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusDelhi TemperatureAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiMumbai RainsArvind KejriwalBangalore FloodsSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsNarendra ModiBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineKXIP vs SRHDonald TrumpMann ki Baat liveWeekly HoroscopeITR Filing Last DateTS EAMCET Result 2020US Election 2020Vijayadashami 2020Bangalore news liveDussehra 2020 dateNewsDurga Ashtami 2020 dateHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webNeha Kakkar VideoNeha-Rohanpreet WeddingNeha Wedding PhotosNeha Kakkar singsHuge age gapNeha Marriage ImagesNeha KakkarIntermittent FastingHerd immunityTrending topicsHappy Dussehra WishesDussehra WishesVijaya Dashami WishesDussehra Puja VidhiHappy Dussehra ImagesDussehra Greeting CardsNavratri B-town celebsSalman KhanSuhana KhanChiranjeevi SarjaHrithik RoshanRashmika MandannaOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizPubg MobilePixel 5 FeatureAmazon Great Indian Festival Sale OffersFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-10-24Two held in Nashik for murder bid on matka operator - Times of India
Two held in Nashik for murder bid on matka operatorTwo held in Nashik for murder bid on matka operatorNishikant Karlikar | TNN | Updated: Oct 24, 2020, 11:10 ISTRepresentative imageTHANE: The anti-extortion cell of Thane city police arrested two persons from Nashik for firing and assaulting an alleged matka operator in Ulhasnagar on Wednesday. The police said that the accused, Hitesh Thakur (23) and Sagar Shinde (23), have been arrested for firing three rounds on Sandeep Gaikwad and assaulting him with an iron rod. The incident happened on Wednesday at around 11pm as Gaikwad was chatting with a friend at Sri Ram Chowk . “The accused came in a Verna car and attacked him with an iron rod and fired three rounds from a country made revolver. One bullet hit his leg and sustained multiple injuries due to assault,” said Rajkumar Kothmire, the senior inspector of the anti-extortion cell . Just after the incident, the accused managed to flee the spot in a car who were then followed by the patrolling van, who in a bid to stop the accused hit them from rear due to which the accused lost the control of the vehicles and went off road, as the railway tracks were closed, taking the cover of the dark they managed to flee and vanished, said Vikas Ghodke, the police inspector of anti-extortion cell. The unit was carrying out the parallel probe and based on technical analysis, they got a tip-off that the duo were in Nasik, hence a team went to a spot and arrested them. The police said the reason for the attack was that Gaikwad in the past had given a contract to eliminate Thakur and that they wanted to avenge it, owing to the old rivalry. The victim is recurpating at a nearby hospital, said a police officer. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsNarendra ModiBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineBihar Assembly ElectionDonald TrumpCSK vs MI Live ScoreNavratri colours 2020US Election 2020TS EAMCET Result 2020LATEST VIDEOSCity'Dacoits snatched our flag', says ex-J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti referring to the flag of J&K Kerala gold smuggling case: Sivasankar’s arrest put on hold till October 28 Maharashtra: Women with their masks on perform garba privately at a home in Pune Bihar: BJP MLA Subhash Singh & his supporters were attacked in Gopalganj More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?Popular Navratri Goan Foods and RecipesAmazon Sale: Up to Rs 35,000 Off on laptops, desktops, internal storage & moreExquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Air PollutionBihar election 2020Bihar election dateBangalore TemperatureBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadHyderabad RainCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusDelhi TemperatureAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiMumbai RainsArvind KejriwalBangalore FloodsSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsNarendra ModiBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineBihar Assembly ElectionDonald TrumpCSK vs MI Live ScoreNavratri colours 2020US Election 2020TS EAMCET Result 2020US Election Date7th Day of NavratriBangalore news liveDussehra 2020 dateNewsDurga Ashtami 2020 dateHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webMarriage TraditionsCOVID and Hair LossVenus transit in VirgoChiranjeevi SarjaAntibodies against CovidMirzapur 2 ReviewNeha KakkarIntermittent FastingHerd immunityTrending topicsHappy Dussehra WishesSanjay DuttPrabhas birthdayKiara AdvaniShah Rukh KhanAnushka SharmaNavratri B-town celebsSalman KhanSuhana KhanChiranjeevi SarjaHrithik RoshanRashmika MandannaOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizPubg MobilePixel 5 FeatureAmazon Great Indian Festival SaleFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. 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2020-10-24Constable injured in knife attack, four held - Outlook India
Constable injured in knife attack, four held Outlook October 24, 2020 09:50 IST Constable injured in knife attack, four held outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Oct 24 (PTI) A 46-year-old police constable was injured when four persons attacked him with a knife after he foiled their attempt to escape with a stolen car at Ambarnath in Maharashtra''a Thane district, an official said on Saturday. The incident occurred late on Friday night and the four accused have been arrested, he said. The injured policeman has been identified as Bala Chavan, who is attached to Vitthalwadi police station under Ulhasnagar division, the official said. "The accused had stolen a car from Vitthalwadi and were trying to escape last night. After being alerted, a police team started chasing them. At Ambarnath, Chavan stopped their car, but the accused attacked him with a knife," he said. An offence under IPC sections 307 (attempt to murder), 392 (robbery) and others was registered against the accused. They have also been booked under the Arms Act. PTI COR NP NP Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Bayern Munich 5-0 Frankfurt: Lewandowski Hat-Trick And Sane Stunner Clinch Resounding Bundesliga Win Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid: Returning Sergio Ramos Spot On In Second Straight Clasico Win Refused Money For Liquor, Man Beheads 65-Year-Old Mother In Telangana More from Outlook Magazine The Trash We Inhale How To Not Waste A Crisis ‘India Will Be Cleaner, Cleaner And Cleaner Year After Year’ Next Story : Bihar polls: Two excise officials suspended, four shifted Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-10-242 held for firing at, assaulting man in Ulhas - Times of India
2 held for firing at, assaulting man in Ulhas2 held for firing at, assaulting man in UlhasTNN | Oct 24, 2020, 08:29 ISTPicture used for representational purpose onlyTHANE: The Anti extortion cell of Thane city police arrested two people from Nashik for firing at and assaulting an alleged matka operator in Ulhasnagar on Wednesday. Police said Hitesh Thakur (23) and Sagar Shinde (23) were arrested for firing three rounds at Sandeep Gaikwad and assaulting him with an iron rod around 11pm on Wednesday as Gaikwad was chatting with a friend at Sri Ram Chowk . “The accused came in a Verna car and attacked him with a rod and fired three rounds from a country-made revolver. One bullet hit his leg and he sustained injuries due to the assault,” said senior inspector Rajkumar Kothmire. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsNarendra ModiBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineIPL Live ScoreKapil DevCSK vs MI Live ScoreNavratri colours 2020US Election 2020UPSC Prelims Result 2020LATEST VIDEOSCity'Dacoits snatched our flag', says ex-J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti referring to the flag of J&K Kerala gold smuggling case: Sivasankar’s arrest put on hold till October 28 Maharashtra: Women with their masks on perform garba privately at a home in Pune Bihar: BJP MLA Subhash Singh & his supporters were attacked in Gopalganj More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?Popular Navratri Goan Foods and RecipesAmazon Sale: Up to Rs 35,000 Off on laptops, desktops, internal storage & moreExquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Air PollutionBihar election 2020Bihar election dateBangalore TemperatureBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadHyderabad RainCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusDelhi TemperatureAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiMumbai RainsArvind KejriwalBangalore FloodsSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsNarendra ModiBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineIPL Live ScoreKapil DevCSK vs MI Live ScoreNavratri colours 2020US Election 2020UPSC Prelims Result 2020US Election Date7th Day of NavratriIPL 2020 Points TableDussehra 2020 dateNewsDurga Ashtami 2020 dateHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webMarriage TraditionsCOVID and Hair LossVenus transit in VirgoChiranjeevi SarjaAntibodies against CovidMirzapur 2 ReviewNeha KakkarIntermittent FastingHerd immunityTrending topicsHappy Dussehra WishesSanjay DuttPrabhas birthdayKiara AdvaniShah Rukh KhanAnushka SharmaNavratri B-town celebsSalman KhanSuhana KhanChiranjeevi SarjaHrithik RoshanRashmika MandannaOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizPubg MobilePixel 5 FeatureAjit PawarFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-10-23COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur sees a spike of 45 new cases; Ambernath, Ulhasnagar see a dip - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur sees a spike of 45 new cases; Ambernath, Ulhasnagar see a dipYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur sees a spike of 45 new cases; Ambernath, Ulhasnagar see a dipMirror Online / Updated: Oct 23, 2020, 20:26 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: After a couple of weeks with the number of new cases of coronavirus witnessing unpredictable spikes every day, Ulhasnagar and Ambernath have now started seeing a stable daily case count for the infection. However, the situation in Badlapur continues to remain worrisome with a higher number of cases every day. Ulhasnagar reported 36 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 10,039. Also, with 36 recoveries on Friday, as many as 9,153 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 555 while 331 patients have died of the virus. Untitled Carousel SRK donates 2000 PPE kits to COVID-19 warriors in ChhattisgarhSRK provided the PPE kits through his Meer Foundation, a non-charitable organisation which works for the upliftment of acid attack survivors. Out of the 36 new cases, the maximum of 20 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by seven in Ulhasnagar-5, four in Ulhasnagar-3, three in Ulhasnagar-2 and two in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 15 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 7,135. At present, 200 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 260 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 6,675 have recovered. Untitled Carousel Maharashtra: 87-year-old doctor braves COVID-19 pandemic to treat villagers in ChandrapurWhile the COVID-19 phase led to hardships for many, healthcare facilities in villages were severely affected, but even during this crisis, an 87-year old doctor from Chandrapur continued braving the pandemic to reach his patients on a bicycle and provide them treatment. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 45 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 7,128 with 96 deaths. So far, 6,782 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 250 are currently undergoing treatment. The recovery rate of the township stands at 95.14 per cent. In photos: Mumbai gyms gear up to reopen from October 2515Gyms, fitness centres to reopen after 7 monthsChief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on October 17 announced that gyms and fitness centres will be allowed to reopen from Dussehra (October 25), provided they ensure proper sanitation and precautionary measures, along with social distancing. "Gymnasiums and fitness centres are for the welfare of citizens, so care should be taken to ensure that there is no virus spread. The SoPs should be strictly followed," Thackeray had said. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLYoga, sauna, Zumba not allowedGyms and fitness centres will not be allowed to hold group activities such as Zumba and yoga. Steam and sauna facilities will also not be allowed. Trainers and staff members will have to undergo regular health checkups. It is also their responsibility to ensure that people adhere to the safety norms while working out at the gyms. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLHave to contain spread of COVID-19: CM Uddhav ThackerayPrior to making the announcement, CM Uddhav Thackeray had held a meeting with gym owners to chalk out a plan for reopening the centres without causing a surge in the number of cases in Mumbai. "In a gym, the heart pumping rate increases and if somebody is COVID-19 positive, the spread (by way of exhaling) will be faster," he had said, adding that this is what needs to be avoided. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLBack in businessGym owners across the city have started prepping the centres to welcome their customers on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra. Deep cleaning and sanitisation procedures are being undertaken in each and every gym across the city, making sure that the risk of the virus is brought down to the minimum. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLA long waitSuren Joshi, who owns I Think Fitness which has branches in Bandra, Juhu and Marine Drive, told Mumbai Mirror that he was delighted that gyms were finally being allowed to reopen. “It has been a long wait of seven months,” Joshi said while adding that each property has between 50 and 100 employees, all of whom are eager to get back to work. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCL RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-23Maha: Two Held For Attacking, Firing At Ulhasnagar Builder - News18
Maha: Two Held For Attacking, Firing At Ulhasnagar BuilderThe court sought the law ministry’s response after going through a statement by the World Health Organisation, which has declared virginity testing as unscientific, medically unnecessary and unreliable.Two persons were arrested from Nashik on Friday for allegedly attacking and firing at a builder in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra's Thane district, police said. Acting on a tip-off, the Thane city police's Anti- Extortion Cell nabbed Hitesh Thakur and Sagar Shinde for allegedly attacking Sandeep Gaikwad on October 21, an official said.PTI Last Updated: October 23, 2020, 18:57 ISTFOLLOW US ON:FacebookTwitterInstagramTelegram Google NewsThane: Two persons were arrested from Nashik on Friday for allegedly attacking and firing at a builder in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra’s Thane district, police said. Acting on a tip-off, the Thane city police’s Anti- Extortion Cell nabbed Hitesh Thakur and Sagar Shinde for allegedly attacking Sandeep Gaikwad on October 21, an official said.Gaikwad was chatting with a friend at Sri Ram Chowk late on Wednesday night, when the accused came in a car and attacked him with an iron rod and fired three rounds from a revolver, the official said. The victim sustained bullet wounds and is undergoing treatment at a hospital, he said.An offence under relevant sections of the IPC and Arms Act was registered in this regard, the official said. The accused, both in their 20s, had attacked the victim over an old rivalry, he added.Disclaimer: This post has been auto-published from an agency feed without any modifications to the text and has not been reviewed by an editor
2020-10-23Matka gambling operator fired at, beaten with rod in Thane - Times of India
Matka gambling operator fired at, beaten with rod in ThaneMatka gambling operator fired at, beaten with rod in ThanePradeep Gupta | TNN | Oct 23, 2020, 10:33 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: A ‘matka’ gambling operator was fired at and assaulted at Shri Ram chowk, Ulhasnagar, on Wednesday night. Sandeep Gaikwad survived as police reached the spot quickly. Gaikwad suffered a bullet injury to his leg and head injuries from the assault with a rod. The police chased the accused, but they managed to escape. Gaikwad is now out of danger. Vitthalwadi police said the reason behind the attack is not yet known. Using the car’s number and CCTV footage, the police are looking for the accused. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsDurga Puja 2020Bihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineModi rally in BiharBihar BJP manifesto 2020CSK vs MINavratri colours 2020US Election 2020Final Presidential DebateLATEST VIDEOSCityShocking: 16-year-old Bhopal girl kills dad for beating mom, calls cops & surrenders MP bypolls: Money rains at ministers' house, neta's son courts controversy during BJP rally Polls: Bihar govt denies permission for Rahul Gandhi's chopper to land in Purnia India successfully carries out final trial of anti-tank guided missile with a warhead in Pokhran More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?5 foods consumed during Navratri that you should be eating the whole yearAmazon Sale: Up to Rs 35,000 Off on laptops, desktops, internal storage & moreExquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Air PollutionBihar election 2020Bihar election dateBangalore TemperatureBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadHyderabad RainCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusDelhi TemperatureAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiMumbai RainsArvind KejriwalBangalore FloodsSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsDurga Puja 2020Bihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineModi rally in BiharBihar BJP manifesto 2020CSK vs MINavratri colours 2020US Election 2020Final Presidential DebateUS Election Date7th Day of NavratriIPL 2020 Points TableDussehra 2020 dateNewsDurga Ashtami 2020 dateHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webSSR Co-starKiara AdvaniShruti HaasanChiranjeevi SarjaCoronavirus VaccineKareena KapoorPost COVID symptomsCOVID infectious surfacesMalaika-ArbaazTrending topicsHrithik RoshanSanjay DuttPrabhas birthdayKiara AdvaniShah Rukh KhanAnushka SharmaNavratri B-town celebsSalman KhanSuhana KhanChiranjeevi SarjaHrithik RoshanRashmika MandannaOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizPubg MobilePixel 5 FeatureAmazon SaleFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-10-23Maha: Two held for attacking, firing at Ulhasnagar builder - Outlook India
Maha: Two held for attacking, firing at Ulhasnagar builder Outlook October 23, 2020 18:03 IST Maha: Two held for attacking, firing at Ulhasnagar builder outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Oct 23 (PTI) Two persons were arrested from Nashik on Friday for allegedly attacking and firing at a builder in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra''s Thane district, police said. Acting on a tip-off, the Thane city police''s Anti- Extortion Cell nabbed Hitesh Thakur and Sagar Shinde for allegedly attacking Sandeep Gaikwad on October 21, an official said. Gaikwad was chatting with a friend at Sri Ram Chowk late on Wednesday night, when the accused came in a car and attacked him with an iron rod and fired three rounds from a revolver, the official said. The victim sustained bullet wounds and is undergoing treatment at a hospital, he said. An offence under relevant sections of the IPC and Arms Act was registered in this regard, the official said. The accused, both in their 20s, had attacked the victim over an old rivalry, he added. PTI COR ARU ARU Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, IPL 2020 Eliminator: Where to Get Cricket Live Streaming of SRH vs RCB Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians, IPL 2020 Qualifier 1: Where to Get Cricket Live Streaming of DC vs MI Women T20 Challenge: Sushma Verma and Sune Luus Help Velocity Beat Supernovas More from Outlook Magazine Home Is Where The Office Is Resurrection In 70mm Lessons In Solitude Next Story : Following are the top foreign stories at 1745 hours Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-10-23Covid-19: Maharashtra reports fewer than 10K cases for fifth day in a row - Times of India
Covid-19: Maharashtra reports fewer than 10K cases for fifth day in a rowTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai RainsEknath KhadseMumbai FireCovid-19: Maharashtra reports fewer than 10K cases for fifth day in a rowSumitra Debroy & Bhavika Jain | TNN | Oct 23, 2020, 07:09 ISTPicture used for representational purpose onlyMUMBAI: The steady decline in Covid-19 detections in the state continued for the third day in a row. On Thursday, 7,539 cases were reported in Maharashtra – the fifth day of having less than 10,000 new cases in a day – taking the state’s tally to 16,25,197. Daily deaths in Maharashtra saw a marginal increase from Wednesday but continued to remain under 200 (198), taking the total toll to 42,831. Mumbai on Thursday reported 1,463 cases, a slight decline from the 1,609 cases reported on Wednesday. The city’s overall caseload went up to 2,47,332. With the addition of 49 deaths, which took the city’s overall toll to 9,961, Mumbai is likely to reach the grim milestone of 10,000 Covid deaths on Friday. The state’s active cases have reached 1,50,011, while Mumbai’s went down to 17,505, its lowest in 57 days. Dr Tanu Singhal, an infectious disease consultant, said that there was indeed a decline in cases and therefore the need for hospital beds had reduced. “The number of frantic calls looking for beds have dropped,” she said. Physician Dr Gautam Bhansali said that a significant majority of people are taking treatment for Covid-19 at homes. “The key is to get promptly hospitalised when there is deterioration of symptoms,” he said. Also, for the second day in row, the large number of recoveries continued in the state. On Thursday, the number of recoveries was double the daily additions. 16,177 patients recovered, taking total recoveries to 14.3 lakh and rate of recovery to 88.1%. The MMR remained the biggest contributor, accounting for 2,765 of the new cases. On Thursday, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation became the fifth in Thane district to cross the 10,000 case mark after Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai, Thane city and Mira Bhayander. The number of cases in Ulhasnagar are now 10,110. After Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli has the second-highest caseload (52,500) of Covid-19 in MMR, followed by Navi Mumbai (46,439). 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2020-10-23COVID-19 October 23 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 184 new deaths - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 23 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 184 new deathsYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 23 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 184 new deathsMirror Online / Updated: Oct 23, 2020, 21:23 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThe number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra once again crossed the 7,000 marks on Friday. The state reported 7,347 new cases, taking the total count to 16,32,544. Maharashtra also registered184 fatalities in the last 24 hours. With this, the death toll has climbed to 43,015. Whereas, Mumbai city reported 1470 new cases, taking the overall count to 2.48 lakh. The number of active patients in the maximum city stands at 19,246. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 23 from Mumbai, Maharashtra, and the rest of the country: Dharavi reports 18 new cases Asia's largest slum colony Dharavi reported 18 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. So far, 3,477 people have tested positive in Dharavi, out of which 3,019 have been fully cured and discharged. At present, only 150 persons are undergoing treatment for the virus in and around the region. Read more COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur sees a spike of 45 new cases; Ambernath, Ulhasnagar see a dip After a couple of weeks with the number of new cases of coronavirus witnessing unpredictable spikes every day, Ulhasnagar and Ambernath have now started seeing a stable daily case count for the infection. However, the situation in Badlapur continues to remain worrisome with a higher number of cases every day. Read more Maharashtra: 87-year-old doctor braves COVID-19 pandemic to treat villagers in Chandrapur While the COVID-19 phase led to hardships for many, healthcare facilities in villages were severely affected, but even during this crisis, an 87-year old doctor from Chandrapur continued braving the pandemic to reach his patients on a bicycle and provide them treatment. Read more Maharashtra government allows BEST buses to operate with full capacity The Maharashtra government on Friday gave the green signal to Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) buses in the city to operate with full capacity. The official handle of BEST bus transport tweeted "BEST BUS will carry passengers with full capacity in buses (Seating on all seats) from today." Read more US FDA approves Remdesivir, first drug to treat COVID-19 patients The US Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved Gilead Sciences Inc's antiviral drug Remdesivir for treating patients hospitalised with COVID-19, making it the first and only drug approved for the disease in the United States. Read more COVID-19: Five posts to bring in some weekend cheer The weekend is almost here! While it may still be quarantine, many have taken this as an opportunity to get creative or indulge in some much needed rest. Social media has been bursting with memes, cute animal videos and art. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to bring in some weekend cheer. Read more RELATED NEWS17 new coronavirus cases found in Dharavi, 13 in DadarOct 18, 2020Mumbai: Dharavi reports only 6 new coronavirus positive cases today; ...Aug 13, 2020Mumbai: Dharavi reports only 8 new coronavirus positive cases today; ...Aug 06, 2020
2020-10-23Thane: 2 held from Nashik for murder attempt on builder - United News of India
Thane: 2 held from Nashik for murder attempt on builderThane, Oct 23 (UNI) Two notorious criminals have been arrested from Nashik district for allegedly making an attempt on a builder's life in the Ulhasnagar town of this district, Thane Police Anti-Extortion Cell said on Friday.The duo accused have been identified as Hitesh Thakur and Sagar Shinde, both of whom are aged 23.On Wednesday late night, the victim Sandeep Gaikwad (39) was fired upon by two assailants from a car. As he managed to save himself from getting killed from the gunshot, the duo accused stepped out of the vehicle and brutally assaulted Sandeep with iron rods.As a police patrolling van was passing from the crime scene, the accused started to flee and succeeded in evading the chasing cops. Subsequently, an attempt to murder case was filed and a probe ensued. Acting on a tip-off, a team from the Anti-Extortion Cell was dispatched to Nashik and the duo were apprehended.During interrogation, they confessed that they carried out the attack out of previous enmity and the fear that the victim had given a contract to kill Hitesh.UNI XR KAZ JW2012
2020-10-23Maha: Two held for attacking, firing at Ulhasnagar builder - Yahoo India News
Maha: Two held for attacking, firing at Ulhasnagar builderPTI23 October 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Oct 23 (PTI) Two persons were arrested from Nashik on Friday for allegedly attacking and firing at a builder in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra's Thane district, police said.Acting on a tip-off, the Thane city police's Anti- Extortion Cell nabbed Hitesh Thakur and Sagar Shinde for allegedly attacking Sandeep Gaikwad on October 21, an official said.Gaikwad was chatting with a friend at Sri Ram Chowk late on Wednesday night, when the accused came in a car and attacked him with an iron rod and fired three rounds from a revolver, the official said.The victim sustained bullet wounds and is undergoing treatment at a hospital, he said.An offence under relevant sections of the IPC and Arms Act was registered in this regard, the official said.The accused, both in their 20s, had attacked the victim over an old rivalry, he added. PTI COR ARU ARUReblogShareTweetShareShareOur goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting.What to read nextUS Election - LIVE: Latest updates as US heads to polls in divisive electionYahoo News UKJ&K govt starts beautification of Shalimar-Dal Lake water channelAniActor Vijay Raaz Arrested for Allegedly Molesting Woman Crew Member, Granted BailNews18Battleground states: These are the 12 states that will determine the 2020 electionUSA TODAYMizoram's 4-year-old sings AR Rahman's 'Maa Tujhe Salaam,' wins internetAniGoa police conduct operation to check illegal migrants, activitiesANIShamita Shetty Is Pleased After Meeting Her 'Behen' Shilpa Shetty And 'Jiju' Raj Kundra [See Inside]Bollywoodshaadis.comThe First Election Day Results Are Already In, Thanks To A Quirky Old LawHuffPostAamir Khan's daughter says she was sexually harassed at 14NewsBytesWatch: Ships carrying out anti submarine warfare ops, cross deck landings in Bay of BengalAniRyan Giggs won’t manage next three Wales games following arrestThe IndependentChennai Super Kings Raining on Kings XI Punjab's IPL Parade Has Brought Out the Funniest MemesNews18Kajal Aggarwal Shares Mushy Pictures with Husband Gautam Kitchlu, Leaves Fans AwestruckNews18A forgotten Indian smartphone brand is making a comeback with a rags to riches tale—and a pinch of racismQuartzBy-polls: Nagaland records highest voter turnout among 10 states, says ECAniZimbabwe police again arrest journalist critical of governmentReuters
2020-10-22Maha: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escape - Outlook India
Maha: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escape Outlook October 22, 2020 18:08 IST Maha: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escape outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Oct 22 (PTI) A 40-year-old builder from Ulhasnagar township in Maharashtra''s Thane district was injured after being assaulted by some unidentified persons, police said on Thursday. The incident occurred late on Wednesday night, they said. "Victim Sandeep Gaikwad, who is also a wholesale hardware seller, was chatting with his friends on a road in Ulhasnagar around 11.30 pm when a car approached them. The occupants of the vehicle fired a round at Gaikwad, but he ducked and survived the attempt," inspector R P Bhame of Vitthalwadi police station said. "Later, they attacked him with iron rods, in which he suffered grievous injuries. After spotting a police patrol van in the area, the assailants fled from the spot in their car," he said. The police chased them for some time, but the accused abandoned the vehicle midway and escaped, the official added. An offence under IPC section 307 (attempt to murder),s 34 (common intention) and the Arms Act has been registered. According to Bhame, the victim is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital and is out of danger. Police have formed teams to nab the accused and the motive behind the attack is being ascertained, he said. PTI COR NP NP Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Delhi Sees Another Record In Covid -19 Cases With Over 5,700 Fresh Cases India Outraged As Global Map On Saudi Banknote Leaves Out J&K, Ladakh BJP Out To Destroy J&K Character, Identity: Omar Abdullah More from Outlook Magazine The Trash We Inhale How To Not Waste A Crisis ‘India Will Be Cleaner, Cleaner And Cleaner Year After Year’ Next Story : Swachh Bharat Mission giving annual benefits of over Rs 53,000 per household: Study Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-10-22Maha: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escape - Republic World
Maha: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escape Breaking News Last Updated: 22nd October, 2020 18:18 IST Maha: Builder Survives Attempt On Life, Accused Escape A 40-year-old builder from Ulhasnagar township in Maharashtra's Thane district was injured after being assaulted by some unidentified persons, police said on Thursday. Written By Press Trust Of India A 40-year-old builder from Ulhasnagar township in Maharashtra's Thane district was injured after being assaulted by some unidentified persons, police said on Thursday. The incident occurred late on Wednesday night, they said. "Victim Sandeep Gaikwad, who is also a wholesale hardware seller, was chatting with his friends on a road in Ulhasnagar around 11.30 pm when a car approached them. The occupants of the vehicle fired a round at Gaikwad, but he ducked and survived the attempt," inspector R P Bhame of Vitthalwadi police station said. "Later, they attacked him with iron rods, in which he suffered grievous injuries. After spotting a police patrol van in the area, the assailants fled from the spot in their car," he said. The police chased them for some time, but the accused abandoned the vehicle midway and escaped, the official added. An offence under IPC section 307 (attempt to murder),s 34 (common intention) and the Arms Act has been registered. According to Bhame, the victim is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital and is out of danger. Police have formed teams to nab the accused and the motive behind the attack is being ascertained, he said. READ | Raj: Man Tries To Kill Himself At Police Station After Dispute With Sarpanch READ | Bangladeshi 'supari Killers' Arrested In Birbhum For Plot To Kill Senior TMC Leader: Police (Disclaimer: This story has not been edited by www.republicworld.com and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) First Published: 22nd October, 2020 18:17 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WORLD The Debate Business News Entertainment News Sports News World News India News Technology News Shows Nation Wants To know Sunday Debate With Arnab R. Glitz Anupam Kher's People R. Access Patriot R. Wrap The Hidden Story R. EWIND About Us Advertise Careers Intern With Us Contact Us TOP STORIES Republic to Param Bir Singh: 20 questions for you today MVA govt's rift deepens; Congress' Ashok Chavan laments 'our municipalities underfunded' LIVE Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's tally at 81,37,119; active cases drop to 5,82,649 Aligarh police book AMU student Farhan Zuberi for 'beheading' jibe at anti-Macron protest FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
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2020-10-22Maha: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escape - Yahoo India News
Maha: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escapePTI22 October 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Oct 22 (PTI) A 40-year-old builder from Ulhasnagar township in Maharashtra's Thane district was injured after being assaulted by some unidentified persons, police said on Thursday.The incident occurred late on Wednesday night, they said.'Victim Sandeep Gaikwad, who is also a wholesale hardware seller, was chatting with his friends on a road in Ulhasnagar around 11.30 pm when a car approached them. The occupants of the vehicle fired a round at Gaikwad, but he ducked and survived the attempt,' inspector R P Bhame of Vitthalwadi police station said.'Later, they attacked him with iron rods, in which he suffered grievous injuries. After spotting a police patrol van in the area, the assailants fled from the spot in their car,' he said.The police chased them for some time, but the accused abandoned the vehicle midway and escaped, the official added.An offence under IPC section 307 (attempt to murder),s 34 (common intention) and the Arms Act has been registered.According to Bhame, the victim is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital and is out of danger.Police have formed teams to nab the accused and the motive behind the attack is being ascertained, he said. PTI COR NP NPReblogShareTweetShareShareOur goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting.What to read nextIndia's first 'saviour sibling' cures brother of fatal illnessBBCEdappadi K Palaniswami to be AIADMK’s CM candidate for Tamil Nadu Election 2021AniMeet Congress's 'Unofficial' Star Campaigner Who is Pulling Crowd in MP Bypoll RalliesNews18Harish Salve to marry UK-based artist on Oct 28Yahoo NewsGanderbal terrorist attack: Wreath laying ceremony of police constable held in SrinagarAniFirecracker factories in Ahmedabad face losses amid COVID-19ANIPregnant Anushka Sharma Looks Pretty in Red, Sara Ali Khan-Varun Dhawan Begin Coolie No 1 PromotionsNews18Abhishek Denies Amitabh Bachchan's Hospitalisation Rumours, Says 'That Must be Dad's Duplicate'News18Bigg Boss 14: Wild Card Entrant Kavita Kaushik Says She Does Not Want Her Watchman To Know 'What My B**BS Look Like'SpotboyeInspirational! Kashmir man raised at orphanage secures 46th rank in KAS examAniUttarakhand Chief Secretary directs officials to update database of all health care workers by 28 OctANIIn Pics: Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj's Dussehra Celebrations with familyNews18Alia Bhatt's Father Mahesh Bhatt And Uncle Mukesh Bhatt File 1 Crore Defamation Case Against Actor Luviena LodhSpotboyeIn Pics: Pregnant Anushka Sharma Looks Pretty in Red as She Supports Virat Kohli's RCB from StandsNews18Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee refuses to attend meeting with Agriculture DeptAniDjab Wurrung tree: Anger over sacred Aboriginal tree bulldozed for highwayBBC
2020-10-22Thane: Builder survives attempt on his life - United News of India
Thane: Builder survives attempt on his lifeThane, Oct 22 (UNI) A 40-year-old builder managed to escape an attempt on his life but was severely beaten by the assailants scurrying from the patrolling cops, the Vitthalwadi Police said on Thursday.The incident, reported from Ulhasnagar town of this district, occurred on Wednesday midnight when the victim Sandeep Gaikwad was casually talking to his friend while standing at a square.Suddenly, a car screeched at the spot and the assailants fired one round on Sandeep at point-blank range. On the spur of the moment, the victim ducked and managed to escape unharmed.Then, the accused stepped out of the car and assaulted the victim with iron rods. At the same time, a police patrolling van was passing from the crime scene hence the accused started fleeing.The cops chased them but they abandoned the vehicle at a distance, and took to their heels. The victim was taken to the hospital and is out of danger now, stated police.Offenses have been booked under the IPC section 307 (attempt to murder) read with provision 34 as well as the Arms Act. Several teams have been formed to nab the absconders, it added.The motive behind the attack on the victim, who is also into the wholesale hardware business, is not yet clear, told Inspector R P Bhame.UNI XR KAZ JW1810
2020-10-22Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 tally crosses 10k mark - Times of India
Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 tally crosses 10k markMaharashtra: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 tally crosses 10k markPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Oct 22, 2020, 21:44 ISTRepresentative image. KALYAN: The number of coronavirus positive cases in Ulhasnagar crossed the 10,000- mark with 42 fresh cases reported on Thursday and the toll rose to 330 with two more casualties. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation now has became fifth municipal corporation in Thane district which has crossed 10,000 patients including Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai, Thane city and Mira Bhayander. Even though the number of patients here reaches above 10k but coronavirus was brought under control since beginning of August month and recovery rate is also good and once recovery rate was highest at 93.5% in country. Dr Yuvraj Bhadane, public relation officer of UMC said, "UMC has brought Covid-19 under control and presently patients' recovery rate is above 91% in city and only 553 active patients are undergoing treatment". DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsIPL Live ScoreBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineRR vs SRH Live ScoreBihar BJP manifesto 2020CSK vs MINavratri colours 2020US Presidential Debate 2020H1B Visa newsLATEST VIDEOSCityShocking: 16-year-old Bhopal girl kills dad for beating mom, calls cops & surrenders India successfully carries out final trial of anti-tank guided missile with a warhead in Pokhran Kashmiris observe black day and send strong message to Pakistan Radicalisation is the biggest threat, says Syed Nasiruddin Chisty More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?5 foods consumed during Navratri that you should be eating the whole yearAmazon Sale: Up to Rs 35,000 Off on laptops, desktops, internal storage & moreExquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Air PollutionBihar election 2020Bihar election dateBangalore TemperatureBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadHyderabad RainCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusDelhi TemperatureAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiMumbai RainsArvind KejriwalBangalore FloodsSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsIPL Live ScoreBihar election 2020Coronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccineRR vs SRH Live ScoreBihar BJP manifesto 2020CSK vs MINavratri colours 2020US Presidential Debate 2020H1B Visa newsUS Election Date6th Day of NavratriIPL 2020 Points TableDussehra 2020 dateNewsMPBSE 10th Supplementary ResultHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webI love youKiara AdvaniShruti HaasanSanjay DuttCoronavirus VaccinePush ups-every-dayPost COVID symptomsCOVID infectious surfacesCOVID reinfectionTrending topicsMalaika AroraKader KhanPriyanka ChopraVicky-Katrina-SalmanForeign beautiesAnushka SharmaNavratri B-town celebsSalman KhanSuhana KhanChiranjeevi SarjaHrithik RoshanRashmika MandannaOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizPubg MobilePixel 5 FeatureEdappadi K PalaniswamiFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-10-22COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 10,000 mark; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in active cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 10,000 mark; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in active casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 10,000 mark; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in active casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 22, 2020, 21:03 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 42 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date past 10,000. So far, 10,003 people have tested positive in the industrial township. Also, 36 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 9,120. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 330 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 553 are currently being treated. Out of the 42 cases, 18 persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-3 and 13 in Ulhasnagar-4. Five cases came up in Ulhasnagar-1, four in Ulhasnagar-5 and two in Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Dharavi sees a spike of 16 new COVID-19 cases; Dadar active cases drop to 283The G/North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, is the second worst-hit ward of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) out of the 24 administrative wards. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 47 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 7,120. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 260 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 6,654 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 206. Meanwhile, 33 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 7,083, along with 96 fatalities. As many as 6,752 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 235. Durga Puja 2020: A whole new look and feel of Pujo!17Maa Asche!The most-awaited Bengali festival is at the doorstep but the COVID-19 pandemic has ruined it all. It is during this period when Hindus, prominently Bengalis, invoke Goddess Durga who is considered to be the superior female deity in Hinduism. Durga Puja is a festival that honours Goddess Durga who symbolises power and purity. The five-day long festival celebrates the victory of Durga over Mahishasura.Photo: Debajyoti ChakrabortyA changed Pujo2020 is the year of unprecedented changes in normal lives. What would otherwise be a stress free time to hop Durga Puja pandals, dressing up and eating out for most Bengalis, has now become a calculative decision on whether or not they can afford to indulge in celebrations, thanks to COVID-19, the virus-induced restrictions, the paranoia of contracting the deadly disease, and the impact it leaves on daily lives. Photo: Debajyoti ChakrabortyGoing DigitalFrom app bookings for pandal visits and digital darshans, bhog delivery via food apps to doing ghot pujo and broadcasting it LIVE on YouTube and other social media platforms, this year’s Durga Puja has a whole different feel to it. Photo: Debajyoti ChakrabortyPujo Pandals a thing of the past?Even though Puja pandals have been given a go-ahead in Kolkata, in other cities, like Delhi and Mumbai, it’s a low-key event with many associations cancelling it entirely.Photo: Debajyoti ChakrabortySonu Sood at a pandal near youActor Sonu Sood, who helped thousands of migrant workers reach home, will also be found at a pandal near you. A pandal in Kolkata has a theme based on the good work done by the actor during the lockdown. ANI PhotoNothing dampens the spirit of PujoYet, in innovative ways, many are dedicating the festival remembering what India witnessed in 2020, as the pandemic hit. From themes that revolve around migrant labourers to Sonu Sood, COVID-19 hasn’t been able to dampen people’s creativity. SSR's images feature in Durga Puja pandalAa pandal in Kolkata has paid tribute to late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput through its unique pandal decor. In a unique style, Sushant has been featured on the traditional Patachitra (scroll painting) plates in Kolkata's 'Master-da Smriti Sangha' pandal. These colourful ‘Patachitra’ on plates will adorn the pandal premises this year.Photo: Debajyoti Chakraborty RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-22Maharashtra: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escape - Times of India
Maharashtra: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escapeMaharashtra: Builder survives attempt on life, accused escapePTI | Oct 22, 2020, 18:27 ISTRepresentative imageTHANE: A 40-year-old builder from Ulhasnagar township in Maharashtra's Thane district was injured after being assaulted by some unidentified persons, police said on Thursday. The incident occurred late on Wednesday night, they said. "Victim Sandeep Gaikwad, who is also a wholesale hardware seller, was chatting with his friends on a road in Ulhasnagar around 11.30 pm when a car approached them. The occupants of the vehicle fired a round at Gaikwad, but he ducked and survived the attempt," inspector R P Bhame of Vithalwadi police station said. "Later, they attacked him with iron rods, in which he suffered grievous injuries. After spotting a police patrol van in the area, the assailants fled from the spot in their car," he said. The police chased them for some time, but the accused abandoned the vehicle midway and escaped, the official added. An offence under IPC section 307 (attempt to murder),s 34 (common intention) and the Arms Act has been registered. According to Bhame, the victim is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital and is out of danger. Police have formed teams to nab the accused and the motive behind the attack is being ascertained, he said. 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2020-10-22Thane crime Builder shot at beaten accused escape | Thane NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
Thane crime Builder shot at beaten accused escape | Friday | 23rd October, 2020 A 40-year-old builder from Ulhasnagar township in Thane district was injured after being assaulted by some unidentified persons, police said on Thursday. After spotting a police patrol van in the area, the assailants fled from the spot in their car," he said. The police chased them for some time, but the accused abandoned the vehicle midway and escaped, the official added. Police have formed teams to nab the accused and the motive behind the attack is being ascertained, he said. Keep scrolling to read more newsCatch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Read Full Article Here Stay updated with all the Latest Thane headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ. Source:-/articles/thane-crime-builder-shot-at-beaten-accused-escape/23054277 Related Articles GD Goenka World School Celebrates Recognition Day Sponsored Mumbai Crime Fake call centre duping US citizens busted in Thane 10 held Friday | 30th October, 2020 Mumbai Diary Friday Dossier Friday | 30th October, 2020 Thane Portion of building collapses in Dombivli none hurt Thursday | 29th October, 2020 Naresh Chaddi case Murder accused corporator fought polls on fake certificate says cop Thursday | 29th October, 2020 Bird cage girders arrive for Diva Thane additional lines Thursday | 29th October, 2020 NYOOOZ Video Most Viewed National news Mumbai Diary Friday Dossier Thane Mumbai Crime Fake call centre duping US citizens busted in Thane 10 held Thane Thane Portion of building collapses in Dombivli none hurt Thane Bird cage girders arrive for Diva Thane additional lines Thane Mumbai Crime 16 yr old boy detained for raping minor girl in Thane Thane Truck with 25 tonnes of onion missing for a month, police launch manhunt Delhi 30th Oct, 2020 Maharashtra government asks Indian Railways to restore Mumbai's lifeline Mumbai 30th Oct, 2020 Soumitra Chatterjee s condition still critical Doctors Kolkata 30th Oct, 2020 Covid-19 update: Karnataka reported 4025 cases on Thursday Bengaluru 30th Oct, 2020 ICFAI Business School Professor Tops 2019-20 Bestselling Case Authors List Hyderabad 29th Oct, 2020 Covid-19 update: Tamil Nadu reported 2652 new cases on Thursday Chennai 30th Oct, 2020 Invest a Portion of Salary in the Bajaj Finance Fixed Deposit to Meet Financial Goals Pune 30th Oct, 2020 Hot Jobs CCL Recruitment 2020 for Freshers, who have passed Matriculation, 10+2, ITI, Diploma and any Degree IBPS RRB Recruitment 2020 Online Application will be reopen from 26th October 2020 to 9th November 2020 CCL Recruitment 2020 for Freshers, who have passed Matriculation, 10+2, ITI, Diploma and any Degree apply online Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) Hyderabad invites online applications AIIMS New Delhi Recruitment 2020 for Ph.D., Post Graduates, Degree and 10+2 passed candidates Read More   Privacy & Policy About Us Advertise With Us Be a Reporter Be a Contributor   Our Partners Our Team Contact Us Terms & Condition Write to Us Cities Bangalore Chennai Delhi Hyderabad Mumbai Kolkata   Agra Allahabad Indore Lucknow Noida Pune NYOOOZ News Hindi Ankahi Ansuni City Star Entertainment Careers & Courses Sports Connect With Us © 2020 NYOOOZ About Contact Privacy & Policy Terms & Condition Write to Us Our Team × Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com
2020-10-22Thane: Builder survives attempt on his life - United News of India
Thane: Builder survives attempt on his lifeThane, Oct 22 (UNI) A 40-year-old builder managed to escape an attempt on his life but was severely beaten by the assailants scurrying from the patrolling cops, the Vitthalwadi Police said on Thursday.The incident, reported from Ulhasnagar town of this district, occurred on Wednesday midnight when the victim Sandeep Gaikwad was casually talking to his friend while standing at a square.Suddenly, a car screeched at the spot and the assailants fired one round on Sandeep at point-blank range. On the spur of the moment, the victim ducked and managed to escape unharmed.Then, the accused stepped out of the car and assaulted the victim with iron rods. At the same time, a police patrolling van was passing from the crime scene hence the accused started fleeing.The cops chased them but they abandoned the vehicle at a distance, and took to their heels. The victim was taken to the hospital and is out of danger now, stated police.Offenses have been booked under the IPC section 307 (attempt to murder) read with provision 34 as well as the Arms Act. Several teams have been formed to nab the absconders, it added.The motive behind the attack on the victim, who is also into the wholesale hardware business, is not yet clear, told Inspector R P Bhame.UNI XR KAZ JW1810
2020-10-22Thane crime: Builder shot at, beaten; accused escape - Mid-day
A 40-year-old builder from Ulhasnagar township in Thane district was injured after being assaulted by some unidentified persons, police said on Thursday. The incident occurred late on Wednesday night, they said. "Victim Sandeep Gaikwad, who is also a wholesale hardware seller, was chatting with his friends on a road in Ulhasnagar around 11.30 pm when a car approached them. The occupants of the vehicle fired a round at Gaikwad, but he ducked and survived the attempt," inspector R P Bhame of Vitthalwadi police station said. "Later, they attacked him with iron rods, in which he suffered grievous injuries. After spotting a police patrol van in the area, the assailants fled from the spot in their car," he said. The police chased them for some time, but the accused abandoned the vehicle midway and escaped, the official added. An offence under IPC section 307 (attempt to murder),34 (common intention) and the Arms Act has been registered. According to Bhame, the victim is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital and is out of danger. Police have formed teams to nab the accused and the motive behind the attack is being ascertained, he said. Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever Tags thanethane crimemaharashtraCrime News Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Inside Edge actress Sapna Pabbi untraceable by NCB; Maharashtra revokes consent for CBI probes Related News Thane crime: Man booked for abetment year after partner killed self Mumbai rains: Lightning strike leaves 25 people injured in Thane Thane crime: 4 women rescued from flesh trade at spa; manager held Top Stories IPL 2020: Manish Pandey, Vijay Shankar lead SRH to 8-wkt win over RR Mumbai Crime: Woman stabs auto driver during argument in Virar See Photos: Anil Kapoor goes shirtless, shares a post about fitness Remember Kitu Gidwani? Here's what the Swabhimaan actress is up to Mohammed Siraj: From an auto-rickshaw driver's son to an IPL star! Parineeti Chopra's transformation is an inspiration to many! Watch video: 68-yr-old woman from Maha is cycling to Vaishno Devi Loading... Recommended Videos Does Saif Ali Khan actually owns the Pataudi Palace? Find Out! Aparshakti Khurana visits the viral Baba Ka Dhaba in Delhi! Priyanka Chopra On What's Inside Her New Book 'Unfinished'! Sanjay Dutt celebrates kids Iqra, Shahraan's birthday virtually Latest News IPL 2020: Manish Pandey, Vijay Shankar lead SRH to 8-wkt win over RR Model Pandora Kaaki is taking the internet world by storm with her social media stardom Model-Entrepreneur Taylor Shien helps bid-adieu to your skincare woes with DermaClear Skin Mumbai: After women, private security guards in uniform allowed on suburban trains Hindi News Health Education Nai Dunia Inext Her Zindagi Radio City Gujarati News Urdu News Mid-Day Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Android Telegram Subscribe Sunday mid-day Subscription Ad Booking About Us Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Authors Sitemap RSS Copyright © 2020 Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd. All Rights Reserved. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK
2020-10-21Ashish Chanchlani Becomes The 2nd Most Subscribed YouTuber In India - MissMalini
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2020-10-21Mumbai: Cops hastily filed closure report, say gangster Naresh Chaddi's kin - Mid-day
After filing a murder case four years since the death of gangster Naresh Asandas Pahalajani alias Naresh Chaddi in February this year, now the investigating officer in Kalyan has hastily filed a closure report in it, alleged Raju Pahalajani, the brother of the slain criminal. Pahalajani has accused the Thane police of shielding murder accused Godhumal Kishnani, a Congress corporator, and his son Praveen. Also read: Mumbai: Slain gangster's brother accuses Thane police of not registering FIR "Last Saturday evening, we received a notice on WhatsApp saying the Khadakpada police have filed a C summary report in the murder case registered against father-son duo ie Kishnanis. Also, we need to be present before the court on October 22 to put forth our points," Bengaluru-based Pahalajani told mid-day. A C-Summary report is filed by the investigating officer in a court when the case is neither true nor false. Chaddi's wife Deepa, had found him dead on a sofa at Sai Paradise building in Kalyan's Khadakpada where he stayed in a rented house. She had arrived from Bengaluru by train on February 2, 2016 when she found him. Also read: Chaddi murder case: Suspected killer evades cops; Thane police always one step behind "How can they file a C-summary report when the forensic report clearly says that it was an unnatural death and he died of asphyxia?" asked Pahalajani. He added that Chaddi's nose was swollen and bleeding and the post-mortem was video-recorded for further investigation. Brother's allegations "My brother was killed by Godhumal Kishnani, his son Praveen and (Chaddi's) domestic help Ravi Valecha. The Kishnanis are notorious for antisocial activities, murders, extortion and land grabbing activities in Ulhasnagar," Pahalajani alleged. "Despite apprising senior officers in Thane police in October 2015, the Khadakpada police had not stopped harassing my brother at the behest of the Kishnanis, nor took action against the accused," said Pahalajani and further added,, "The Khadakpada police were forced to register an FIR under sections 302 (murder) and 34 (common intention) of IPC in February 2020 against the accused trio after the forensic report revealed that the death of my brother was unnatural. He further alleged that the investigating team had been deliberately slow, allowing the accused to secure anticipatory bail. "The investigation slowed down in mid-March due to the pandemic and we hoped the cops would start the probe afresh after the lockdown was lifted. During the lockdown, I was told by the police that all officers were busy and no investigation was possible. So when was the investigation that led to a C-summary conducted?" said Pahalajani. Alarmed by letter "I was also alarmed when I received a letter from Anil Powar, assistant commissioner of police, (Kalyan division) on July 29. It said that they needed copies of medical reports of my brother to understand if he was undergoing any treatment," he added. "In past too the Khadakpada police had asked for the same but I had told them that my brother was hale and hearty and not undergoing any medical treatment," said Pahalajani, who replied to the letter on August 11 via email. Pahalajani said, "We have no further expectation from Thane police who first messed up a murder case by filing an Accidental Death Report (ADR) despite our call to book the Kishnanis. And when a case was registered, they filed a closure report. I request the government to hand over the case to state CID or CBI for further investigation. We want justice," said Pahalajani. Divisional ACP Powar refused to talk to mid-day. Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news First Published: 21 October, 2020 08:26 IST Tags kalyanthanemumbai crime branchmumbai crime newsmumbai news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Mumbai Khabar: Cops say Sushant's father never alleged abetment; 20 per cent water cut in cit
2020-10-20COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 10,000 cases; Badlapur crosses 7000 mark - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 10,000 cases; Badlapur crosses 7000 markYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 10,000 cases; Badlapur crosses 7000 markMirror Online / Updated: Oct 20, 2020, 20:33 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 42 new cases of coronavirus, with which the area's tally climbed to 9,930. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 540. With 26 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 9,063. Also, with two new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 327. Out of the new cases today, 13 people each tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4 and Ulhasnagar-5. Ten people contracted the virus in Ulhasnagar-3 and five in Ulhasnagar-1. Only one new case was reported from Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath saw 30 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total count to 7,049 and the death toll to 259. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: 13 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reach 383 in MahimOverall, the G/North Ward civic ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, registered 38 new cases today, and with this, the tally of COVID-19 cases in the ward have reached 11,457. With a recovery rate of 92.72 per cent, as many as 6,536 patients have recovered from the virus and 254 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, the situation seems to have eased down a bit as the township saw fewer cases in the last 24 hours. The test reports of 29 persons came out to be positive on Tuesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 7,017 along with 96 deaths. So far, 6,712 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 209. Untitled Carousel Good News, Ladies! Railways finally allow women to travel on Mumbai suburban trains from tomorrowThe decision comes two days after the exchanges of letters between the Railways and the state government after the latter asked to permit the travel. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-20COVID-19 October 20 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 8,151 fresh cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 20 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 8,151 fresh casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 20 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 8,151 fresh casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 20, 2020, 21:17 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageMaharashtra, once again, saw a spike in its daily count of COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. The state reported 8,151 fresh cases, taking the total tally to 16,09,516. Active cases in the state stand at 1,74,265. While the total number of discharges stand at 13,92,308, the death toll has climbed to 42,453. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 20 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and the rest of the country: COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 10,000 cases; Badlapur crosses 7000 mark Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 42 new cases of coronavirus, with which the area's tally climbed to 9,930. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 540. With 26 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 9,063. Also, with two new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 327. Read more Mumbai: 13 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reach 383 in Mahim Overall, the G/North Ward civic ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, registered 38 new cases today, and with this, the tally of COVID-19 cases in the ward have reached 11,457. So far, this BMC ward has 818 active cases and 10,038 recoveries, as per information provided by a senior Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official. Read more Lockdown is over, but not COVID-19 virus, warns PM Modi ahead of festivals Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the nation ahead of festivals and warned that the lockdown is over, but not the virus. Modi's remark comes in the wake of laxity by some people despite the rising number of cases. Read more Good News, Ladies! Railways finally allow women to travel on Mumbai suburban trains from tomorrow In a much-needed relief to women commuters from across the Mumbai city and suburban areas, the Railways has finally given a go-ahead to them to travel in the suburban local trains. The decision comes two days after the exchanges of letters between the Railways and the state government after the latter asked to permit the travel. Read more COVID-19: Five posts to get you through the week Social media has become a haven for memes and all things creative. In fact, many took the period of quarantine as an opportunity to indulge in new hobbies and share them online. While some became entrepreneurs, others streamed entertaining content or threw virtual parties. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to get your through the week. Read more RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 October 16 Highlights: Maharashtra reports over 300 deathsOct 16, 2020COVID-19 October 13 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 187 new deathsOct 13, 2020COVID-19 August 24 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 11,051 new cases; ...Aug 24, 2020
2020-10-20Repairing of bridges in Kalyan causes inconvenience to the commuters - Free Press Journal
Repairing of bridges in Kalyan causes inconvenience to the commutersBy Priyanka DhomseRepresentational Image File Photo Thane: The closure of Patripool and Ulhasnagar bridge, are causing inconvenience to the commuters, spending hours getting stuck in the traffic. Both are the major route connecting the Kalyan east-west and exit/entry ways to Kalyan. "The Patripool has been shut from 10:00 pm to 5:00 am, with diversions for the vehicles, from October 19 and will continue to remain shut during above mentioned timing till October 22. The traffic movement will remain closed to carry the construction of new Patripool bridge," said traffic official from Kalyan. The traffic diversions has been announced by traffic team for heavy and light vehicles. "The heavy vehicles taking the Patripool route through Badlapur towards Taloja, has been diverted through Taloja-Kalyanphata- Shilpa-Mumbra-Kharegaon route. While the light vehicles has been diverted from Suchak Naka at Kalyan (East)," added traffic official. However, the changes in diversion has led to traffic snarls for the commuters. "Though the diversions has been implemented between night to early morning hours, but affect on the traffic movement is noticed even during the day time. As for the 5-10 minutes routes commuters has forced to spend more than half an hour. After the closure of the Patripool for night hours, the massive traffic is noticed on diverted route" said Sanket Shinde, 25, regular commuter and resident from Kalyan. While on the other side, for the repair work of the Cabin road connecting to Waldhuni bridge in Kalyan East, connecting towards Ulhasnagar and Kalyan (East) has been shut for the traffic movement since last 15 days."As the route is closed even in day time, this has caused inconvenience to the commuters, while effect of the same can be noticed on Patripool route (during day time). The commuters are forced to get stuck for around 30 to 40 minutes to cross the bridge," said Sushil Soni, 27, another commuter from Kalyan (East). According to the traffic official, the process of girders launching of the part of the bridge which comes under city limit will be completed by October 22. While the launching of remaining part under Railways, will be carried soon by carrying a block. The commuters have to continue facing the inconvenience, as the concretisation of the route at Waldhuni bridge will take more than a month to complete. "The concretisation of the route towards cabin road next to the Waldhuni bridge is being carried to ease the traffic movement. The work is likely to take more than a month to complete," said Sukhdev Patil, incharge of traffic, Kalyan Zone. (To download our E-paper please click here. The publishers permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.) ThanekalyanUlhasnagar bridgePatripool bridge Recent StoriesBihar Election 2020: Full list of BJP candidatesIPL 2020: Dhawan's century in vain as Pooran, Maxwell guide KXIP to five-wicket win over DCKings XI Punjab vs Delhi Capitals LIVE: Score, commentary for the 38th match of Dream11 IPLScam 1992: Jethmalani Suitcase Scene: Did Harshad Mehta really meet PM Narasimha Rao? IPL 2020: Shikhar Dhawan creates history, registers second consecutive century trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-10-20Thane reports 1,264 new COVID-19 cases, recovery rate over 90% - Free Press Journal
Thane reports 1,264 new COVID-19 cases, recovery rate over 90%By PTIPhoto by BL Soni Thane: The COVID-19 tally in Thane rose to 2,01,734 with the addition of 1,264 new cases, while seven civic limits of the Maharashtra district reported a recovery rate of over 90 per cent, an official said on Tuesday.The district also reported 29 deaths due to the viral infection on Monday, taking the toll to 5,100, he said. So far, Kalyan town has recorded the maximum number of COVID-19 cases at 48,106, followed by Thane city-44,093 and Navi Mumbai-42,417 he said.As of now, there are 13,404 active COVID-19 cases in the district, while 1,83,230 patients (90.83 per cent) have recovered, the official said.The COVID-19 recovery rate in Thane city was 90.24 per cent, Kalyan-92.58 per cent, Mira Bhayander-90.73 per cent, Navi Mumbai-91.46 per cent, Ulhasnagar-90.97 per cent, Ambernath-92.29 per cent, Badlapur-94.91 per cent, Bhiwandi- 88.70 per cent and Thane rural-83.95 per cent.An official from neighbouring Palghar said the district has so far reported 39,341 COVID-19 cases and 840 deaths due to the disease. ThanemaharashtraCoronavirus Recent StoriesBihar Election 2020: Full list of BJP candidatesIPL 2020: Dhawan's century in vain as Pooran, Maxwell guide KXIP to five-wicket win over DCKings XI Punjab vs Delhi Capitals LIVE: Score, commentary for the 38th match of Dream11 IPLScam 1992: Jethmalani Suitcase Scene: Did Harshad Mehta really meet PM Narasimha Rao? IPL 2020: Shikhar Dhawan creates history, registers second consecutive century trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-10-20COVID-19 Live Updates: Mumbai tally increases to 2,43,172 with 1,233 new cases; city’s recovery rate stands at - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Live Updates: Mumbai tally increases to 2,43,172 with 1,233 new cases; city’s recovery rate stands at 87 per centOct 20, 2020, 09.07AMCOVID-19 Live Updates: Mumbai tally increases to 2,43,172 with 1,233 new cases; city’s recovery rate stands at 87 per centMumbai and Maharashtra on Monday saw a dip in the daily count of COVID-19 cases. The state reported 5,984 fresh cases, taking the total tally to 16,01,365, and registered 125 new deaths. The death toll now stands at 42,240. As many as 15,069 people were also discharged. The state currently hosts 1,73,759 active cases.The tally of cases in Mumbai too saw a drop with 1233 new cases being reported, taking the total to 2,43,172. The death toll in the city increased to 9,776 with 45 fresh fatalities. According to the BMC, the recovery rate in the city is 87 per cent. The civic body has claimed that the average growth rate of COVID-19 cases declined to 0.73 per cent on October 18 from 1.01 per cent on October 10. Also, the average doubling rate of 69 days on October 10 has improved to 95 days.The Union Health Ministry on Monday said that India's cumulative COVID-19 positivity rate has remained below 8 per cent for four days. The country has crossed 75 lakh cases, with 55,722 new infections and 579 deaths.Meanwhile, worldwide coronavirus cases crossed 40 million. To date, over 1.1 million confirmed virus deaths have been reported.Follow the latest updates here:Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-20 09:07(IST) Health Ministry shares Covid-19 update#IndiaFightsCorona #Unite2FightCorona The trend of daily cases in the 5 most affected States reveals the various s… https://t.co/wGsKB1h3kb— Ministry of Health (@MoHFW_INDIA) 16031575960002020-10-20 08:12(IST) Pune: Hinjawadi CCC docs forced to seal PPEs with strips of clothDoctors working at the COVID-19 centre on Wipro’s campus at Hinjawadi IT Park complain that their safety has been hugely compromised, with the Pune Zilla Parishad (ZP), which runs the place, unable to supply sealing tapes critical to secure personal protective equipment (PPE) kits provided. They are being forced to make do with tying the covers with strips of cloth cut from used gowns, which do nothing to ensure that doctors are not exposed to the virus they are treating. While the doctors commended the infrastructure created at the unit for patients, they’ve sought more attention for their own fraternity toiling there. “When medical staff or any other person wears PPE kit, they need to close the seams with sealing tapes, or they run the risk of contracting the virus entering through open seams, defeating the purpose of wearing this garb. Yet, in the past few weeks, the seam sealing tapes are not being provided to us here,” said a doctor at the facility. Read more2020-10-20 08:10(IST) Goregaon: Patients perform Garba with health workers at Nesco COVID-19 Center#WATCH Maharashtra: Patients perform 'Garba' with health workers at the Nesco #COVID19 Center in Goregaon, Mumbai.… https://t.co/FthPnxVEnV— ANI (@ANI) 16031463410002020-10-20 08:07(IST) Metro service resumes but commuters remain waryThe metro rail service received a lukewarm response from commuters on Monday, when it resumed after more than 200 days. Arrangements made to tackle the spread of the coronavirus at stations on the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor were robust. However, issues surrounding ticketing remained. Passengers are now encouraged to use digital tickets, smart cards and QR-based tickets. Mumbai Metro One Private Limited has installed nearly five-foot-high boards with QR codes on them outside the stations. Passengers are required to scan, make a payment using e-wallet on MMOPL’s platform, and buy a ticket. Read more2020-10-20 08:06(IST) Mumbai: Task force wants BMC to scale up tests to 20,000 a dayThe state’s Covid-19 task force wants the BMC to scale up tests to at least 20,000 a day and set up drive-in testing facilities amid relaxation of more lockdown restrictions in the festive season. Cautioning against lowering the guard amid the dip in daily cases in the city and the state, it has pushed for a more aggressive strategy to keep the pandemic in check. 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2020-10-201,264 new COVID-19 cases in Thane, recovery rate over 90 pc - Outlook India
1,264 new COVID-19 cases in Thane, recovery rate over 90 pc Outlook October 20, 2020 10:31 IST 1,264 new COVID-19 cases in Thane, recovery rate over 90 pc outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Oct 20 (PTI) The COVID-19 tally in Thane rose to 2,01,734 with the addition of 1,264 new cases, while seven civic limits of the Maharashtra district reported a recovery rate of over 90 per cent, an official said on Tuesday. The district also reported 29 deaths due to the viral infection on Monday, taking the toll to 5,100, he said. So far, Kalyan town has recorded the maximum number of COVID-19 cases at 48,106, followed by Thane city-44,093 and Navi Mumbai-42,417 he said. As of now, there are 13,404 active COVID-19 cases in the district, while 1,83,230 patients (90.83 per cent) have recovered, the official said. The COVID-19 recovery rate in Thane city was 90.24 per cent, Kalyan-92.58 per cent, Mira Bhayander-90.73 per cent, Navi Mumbai-91.46 per cent, Ulhasnagar-90.97 per cent, Ambernath-92.29 per cent, Badlapur-94.91 per cent, Bhiwandi- 88.70 per cent and Thane rural-83.95 per cent. An official from neighbouring Palghar said the district has so far reported 39,341 COVID-19 cases and 840 deaths due to the disease. PTI COR GK GK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Man Stabs 3 In France Church Attack, Woman Beheaded New Zealand Votes To Legalise Euthanasia But Not Marijuana Biju Babu Used To Tell Dr Kalam To Make A Missile To Scare China: Naveen Patnaik More from Outlook Magazine The Trash We Inhale How To Not Waste A Crisis ‘India Will Be Cleaner, Cleaner And Cleaner Year After Year’ Next Story : Raj was unlike anything I had done: Shah Rukh Khan on ‘DDLJ’ turning 25 Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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2020-10-16Thane: Century Rayon CEO stabbed by workman at Shahad factory - Times of India
Thane: Century Rayon CEO stabbed by workman at Shahad factoryThane: Century Rayon CEO stabbed by workman at Shahad factoryPradeep Gupta | TNN | Oct 16, 2020, 06:06 ISTO R ChitlangeKALYAN: The CEO of Century Rayon, O R Chitlange, was stabbed by a disgruntled worker inside its factory premises at Shahad near Kalyan on Thursday. A division of BK Birla-run Century Textiles and Industries, Century Rayon is now part of the Aditya Birla group. The man identified as Arun Masand was allegedly agitated because he was not allotted a room in company quarters. Chitlange suffered three stab injuries including a deep one on the abdomen. He was taken to Century Hospital located in the 130-acre township where doctors said he was out of danger but under treatment. A Century Rayon spokesperson said, “Our CEO sustained injuries on account of aggression by a workman within the company premises. He has been provided immediate medical treatment and is stable. The police have taken the workman into custody.” Ulhasnagar police said the incident took place in the afternoon as Chitlange stepped out of his office and walked towards his car. Masand approached him saying for the last 10 years he had not been allotted staff quarters. Chitlange asked him to come on another day. The accused responded by attacking him with a knife he was carrying in his pocket. Police sources said, “Luckily when Masand attacked Chitlange, other staffers and security guards posted nearby rushed to intervene or else he would have suffered grievous injuries.” The staffers who caught Masand roughed him up before handing him over to Ulhasnagar police. They have admitted the accused in a private hospital for treatment. D D Tele, assistant police commissioner, Ulhasnagar zone of Thane police, said, “We are trying to find out the exact reason for the attack. Chitlange had replied positively, asking him to meet him some other day to discuss the issue. Despite that he attacked him.” He said the accused would be questioned after he recovered News of the incident generated shock and concern as word spread through the factory and township. The incident has raised questions around security and the need for more checks. Sources said Masand had worked at the unit for 15 years. Employed as a helper, he was described as humble and approachable by junior staff. Century Rayon has a workforce of around 5,000, of which 3,000 are workmen. The unit produces viscose filament textile yarn and chemicals including sulphuric acid and carbon di sulphide among other products. Workmen in essential services are provided housing along with senior staff. 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2020-10-16Mumbai restaurants & bars can stay open till 11.30pm - Times of India
Mumbai restaurants & bars can stay open till 11.30pmTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai RainsMumbai Metro NewsCoronavirus in Maharashtra UpdateMumbai NewsMumbai restaurants & bars can stay open till 11.30pmChittaranjan Tembhekar | TNN | Oct 16, 2020, 08:24 ISTFile photoMUMBAI: Less than 48 hours after representatives from the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI) met BMC commissioner I S Chahal, the civic body has granted city eateries and bars permission to remain open till 11.30pm, effective Thursday night. From October 5, restaurants and bars were allowed to operate and till 10pm. At their recent meeting with the civic chief, HRAWI delegates sought permission to extend the timing till 11.30pm. Sherry Bhatia, president, HRAWI, said: “Most Mumbaikars work till late in the evening. Also, restaurants are trying to recover after almost seven months of complete shutdown for dining. This extension will definitely encourage Mumbaikars to dine out and give restaurants a chance to recover and serve customers better.” HRAWI had also aired the industry’s concerns about property tax waiver, remuneration for hotels requisitioned by the BMC for quarantine purpose, and utilization of rooftop space. “The commissioner has assured us that he will look into all the issues,” said Gurbaxish Singh Kohli of HRAWI. Meanwhile, now UMC has allowed all shops in Ulhasnagar, except malls and market complexes, to function till 9pm. 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2020-10-16Employee stabs senior company executive with knife; arrested - Yahoo India News
Employee stabs senior company executive with knife; arrestedPTI16 October 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Oct 16 (PTI) A senior executive of Century Rayon was attacked with a knife allegedly by a disgruntled worker inside the company premises near here, leaving him injured, police said on Friday.The worker, Arun Masand, has been arrested after the attack which took place inside the company premises at Sahad in Thane district on Thursday, an official from the Ulhasnagar police station said.According to the police, the knife-wielding accused inflicted a couple of stab wounds on O R Chitlange, Business Head, Century Rayon, when the latter was about to get into his car.Those present at the spot, including the company's security staff, pinned Masand down and thrashed him before handing him over to the police, which later placed him under arrest, they said.Chitlange was rushed to the company's hospital where he is under treatment and said to be out of danger, the police said.Masand, who had been working with the Aditya Birla group firm for several years, was annoyed over not being allotted company quarters and this was the trigger for the knife attack, the police said.The accused has been charged under IPC sections 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) and 506 (criminal intimidation), they said. PTI COR RSY RSYReblogShareTweetShareShareOur goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting.What to read nextExclusive: Wells Fargo explores sale of asset management business - sourcesReutersTecogen Schedules Earnings Release and Conference Call for Third Quarter 2020 ResultsGlobeNewswireBihar Elections: Rahul Gandhi has some serious questions for Narendra Modi jiYahoo NewsEdappadi K Palaniswami to be AIADMK’s CM candidate for Tamil Nadu Election 2021AniFIR Against Republic TV Staff for ‘Defaming’ Mumbai PoliceThe QuintCook sexually harasses, then kills trans-woman owner of restaurantYahoo NewsGanderbal terrorist attack: Wreath laying ceremony of police constable held in SrinagarAniAll Walmart Stores Will Be Closed on Thanksgiving 2020Country LivingEros Now Issues Apology For Posting Vulgar Navratri MemesED TimesInside Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh's Colourful 'Mehendi' Ceremony, See Beautiful PicturesNews18Saif Ali Khan Clarifies About ‘Exaggerated’ Reports That He Bought Back Pataudi Palace From A Hotel, ‘I Did Not Have To As I Already Owned It’SpotboyeInspirational! Kashmir man raised at orphanage secures 46th rank in KAS examAniNigeria protests: President Buhari says 69 killed in unrestBBCCharlie Hebdo Muhammad cartoons projected onto government buildings in defiance of Islamist terroristsThe IndependentMissing: How this half-Italian Bollywood actor got tangled in Sushant Singh Rajput's caseYahoo LifestyleKareena Kapoor's Caption for Her New Pic is Breaking the InternetNews18
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2020-10-16Thane: Employee stabs senior over not being allotted company quarters - India TV News
Thane: Employee stabs senior over not being allotted company quarters Thane: Employee stabs senior over not being allotted company quarters A senior executive of Century Rayon was attacked with a knife allegedly by a disgruntled worker inside the company premises near Thane, leaving him injured, police said on Friday.  PTI New Delhi Published on: October 16, 2020 13:00 IST Image Source : PTI Thane: Employee stabs senior company executive; arrested   A senior executive of Century Rayon was attacked with a knife allegedly by a disgruntled worker inside the company premises near Thane, leaving him injured, police said on Friday. The worker, Arun Masand, has been arrested after the attack which took place inside the company premises at Sahad in Thane district on Thursday, an official from the Ulhasnagar police station said. According to the police, the knife-wielding accused inflicted a couple of stab wounds on OR Chitlange, Business Head, Century Rayon, when the latter was about to get into his car. Those present at the spot, including the company's security staff, pinned Masand down and thrashed him before handing him over to the police, which later placed him under arrest, they said. Chitlange was rushed to the company's hospital where he is under treatment and said to be out of danger, the police said. Masand, who had been working with the Aditya Birla group firm for several years, was annoyed over not being allotted company quarters and this was the trigger for the knife attack, the police said. The accused has been charged under IPC sections 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) and 506 (criminal intimidation), they said. 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2020-10-16Maharashtra: Thane's Covid-19 recovery rate nears 90% - Deccan Herald
Maharashtra: Thane's Covid-19 recovery rate nears 90%Maharashtra: Thane's Covid-19 recovery rate nears 90%PTI, Thane, Oct 16 2020, 17:59 istupdated: Oct 16 2020, 18:06 ist The recovery rate of Covid-19 patients in Maharashtra's Thane district is nearing 90 per cent, while the death rate stands at 2.53 per cent, an official said on Friday.Of the 1,97,000 cases of Covid-19 reported in the district so far, 1,77,206 patients have recovered from the infection and 4,983 have died of it, the official said.The district currently has 14,810 active cases, he said.For latest updates on Coronavirus outbreak, click hereAs many as 1,288 tested positive for the infection, while 36 succumbed to it on Thursday, the official said.The recovery rate in the civic limits of Kalyan, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Amberanth and Badlapur has crossed 90 per cent each, he said.With 47,148 cases, Kalyan has recorded the maximum number of infections, followed by Thane city with 42,626, Navi Mumbai with 41,383, he said.Meanwhile, neighbouring Palghar district has reported 38,641 cases and 801 deaths so far, an official said.Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeMaharashtraThaneCoronavirusCOVID-19 Related stories What does ‘negative’ on a coronavirus test really mean?... Tripura's Covid-19 tally nears 30K with 162 new cases... Uddhav Thackeray gives Navratri gift to ladies 28 dead due to floods in Maharashtra, homes damaged... 'Priority to people's health over Navratri festivities' No vendetta behind probe into Jalyukt scheme: Ajit... What's BrewingDonald Trump’s misogyny might finally catch up with himBritain to have a sparkly Christmas but without glitterBeyond same-sex marriage: The right to parentFilms 'Peter Pan,' 'Dumbo' get racism advisoriesIPL 2020 | MI vs KKR: SWOT AnalysisCommon Crane’s continental migration tracked  DH Picks IPL 2020 Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders LIVE:... Live Truce with bond traders tested as borrowing jumps... Featured Content You could win a €51,700,000 Italian lottery jackpot this... Dinesh Karthik hands over KKR captaincy to Morgan... Women rewrite Bollywood rules thanks to Netflix, Amazon... Uday Kotak says now is the best time to...What's BrewingDonald Trump’s misogyny might finally catch up with himBritain to have a sparkly Christmas but without glitterBeyond same-sex marriage: The right to parentFilms 'Peter Pan,' 'Dumbo' get racism advisoriesIPL 2020 | MI vs KKR: SWOT AnalysisCommon Crane’s continental migration tracked What does your star sign say?Explore   National PoliticsNorth and CentralSouthEast and NortheastWest Karnataka Top StoriesPoliticsDistricts Bengaluru Top StoriesBengaluru CrimePoliticsInfrastructureLife in the City Sports CricketFormula 1 with DHFootballTennisSportsceneOther Sports Business Business NewsFamily FinanceTechnologyDH WheelsMultimediaVideosPhotos Opinion DH ViewsEditorialsPanoramaCommentIn PerspectiveRight in the Middle Entertainment Entertainment NewsDH ShowtimeDH TalkiesArts, Books & CultureRains lash south-western coastIPL Live UpdatesBihar Assembly Elections 2020US Presidential Election 2020Coronavirus Live UpdatesCovid-19 state-wise tallyDH Picks IPL 2020 Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders LIVE: Will Eoin Morgan be able to change fortunes for KKR? Truce with bond traders tested as borrowing jumps Dinesh Karthik hands over KKR captaincy to Morgan Women rewrite Bollywood rules thanks to Netflix, Amazon Uday Kotak says now is the best time to invest in IndiaLatest stories CBI searches 6 firms over computer tech support fraud Delhi: Rai asks for report on anti-air pollution drive Joe Biden vows to repeal 'Muslim ban' if elected What does ‘negative’ on a coronavirus test really mean? Priyanka opens up on Netflix movie 'The White Tiger'Trending news Apple iPhone 11 Deepavali offer you just can't refuse Dhoni's daughter Ziva gets rape threats after CSK loss Google Meet now allows teachers to create breakout room Scorpio Daily Horoscope - October 14, 2020 Aquarius Daily Horoscope - October 14, 2020Download DH APP Services About Epaper Archives Sitemap Classifieds ContactOur group sites Printers Mysore Prajavani Sudha MayuraDownload DH APP Privacy Policy Terms Disclaimer © 2020 The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd. We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve user experience. This includes personalising content and advertising. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies, revised Privacy Policy. Learn more I agree X We use cookies. Learn more X
2020-10-16Employee stabs senior company executive with knife arrested - THE WEEK
Employee stabs senior company executive with knife arrested PTI October 16, 2020 12:59 IST     Thane, Oct 16 (PTI) A senior executive of CenturyRayon was attacked with a knife allegedly by a disgruntledworker inside the company premises near here, leaving himinjured, police said on Friday.    The worker, Arun Masand, has been arrested after theattack which took place inside the company premises at Sahadin Thane district on Thursday, an official from the Ulhasnagarpolice station said.    According to the police, the knife-wielding accusedinflicted a couple of stab wounds on O R Chitlange, BusinessHead, Century Rayon, when the latter was about to get into hiscar.    Those present at the spot, including the company'ssecurity staff, pinned Masand down and thrashed him beforehanding him over to the police, which later placed him underarrest, they said.    Chitlange was rushed to the company's hospital wherehe is under treatment and said to be out of danger, the policesaid.    Masand, who had been working with the Aditya Birlagroup firm for several years, was annoyed over not beingallotted company quarters and this was the trigger for theknife attack, the police said.    The accused has been charged under IPC sections 324(voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) and506 (criminal intimidation), they said. PTI CORRSY RSY (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read India gained decade of life expectancy since 1990: Lancet study Head of Tibetan government-in-exile meets US co-ordinator for Tibetan issues Put some respect on the name: Gayle on pointing to ‘The Boss’ on his bat Mumbai Police arrests Delhi man for sharing fake news on Sushant case Intelligent cameras that can learn by viewing Tweets by TheWeekLive Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
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2020-10-16Employee stabs senior company executive with knife; arrested - Outlook India
Employee stabs senior company executive with knife; arrested Outlook October 16, 2020 12:51 IST Employee stabs senior company executive with knife; arrested outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Oct 16 (PTI) A senior executive of Century Rayon was attacked with a knife allegedly by a disgruntled worker inside the company premises near here, leaving him injured, police said on Friday. The worker, Arun Masand, has been arrested after the attack which took place inside the company premises at Sahad in Thane district on Thursday, an official from the Ulhasnagar police station said. According to the police, the knife-wielding accused inflicted a couple of stab wounds on O R Chitlange, Business Head, Century Rayon, when the latter was about to get into his car. Those present at the spot, including the company''s security staff, pinned Masand down and thrashed him before handing him over to the police, which later placed him under arrest, they said. Chitlange was rushed to the company''s hospital where he is under treatment and said to be out of danger, the police said. Masand, who had been working with the Aditya Birla group firm for several years, was annoyed over not being allotted company quarters and this was the trigger for the knife attack, the police said. The accused has been charged under IPC sections 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) and 506 (criminal intimidation), they said. PTI COR RSY RSY Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website India vs Australia Cricket Series: Rohit Sharma Misses Out With Injury; Varun Chakravarthy, Mohammed Siraj Rewarded for IPL Show India, US To Ink Landmark Defence Pact On Tuesday: Officials Durga Puja: Autumn Of Hope Turns Into Season Of Despair More from Outlook Magazine The Trash We Inhale How To Not Waste A Crisis ‘India Will Be Cleaner, Cleaner And Cleaner Year After Year’ Next Story : Puducherry reports 287 fresh COVID-19 cases, overall tally Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-10-15COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar shops to remain open till 9 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in new cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar shops to remain open till 9 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in new casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar shops to remain open till 9 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in new casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 15, 2020, 20:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 21 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 9,764. Also, 27 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 8,893. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 321 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 550 are currently being treated. Out of the 21 cases, eight persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4 and seven in Ulhasnagar-5. Three cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3, two in Ulhasnagar-1 and one in Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: 47 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reach 444 in Mahim Overall, the G/North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, registered 100 new cases today, and with this, the total cases in the ward have reached 11,199. So far, this BMC ward has 998 active cases and 9,604 recoveries, as per information provided by a senior Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official. Since the past few days, the Ulhasnagar Trade Association had been demanding the government to extend the working hours for shops until 10 pm in the township. However, shopkeepers have now been allowed to keep the shutters up from 9 am to 9 pm, from the previous 7 pm deadline, starting October 15 (Thursday). On the other hand, Ambernath reported 16 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 6,893. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 253 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 6,323 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 317. Untitled Carousel Apollo Hospitals says it can administer 1 million COVID-19 vaccines per dayThe group will use its hospitals, clinics, corporate health centers, pharmacies alongside their omnichannel digital platform Apollo 24/7 to ensure massive administration capacity of COVID-19 vaccines. Meanwhile, 30 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 6,836, along with 93 fatalities. As many as 6,836 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 251. What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL25 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 25 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. The lock down measures have largely eased nationwide, with stores, restaurants and cafes open again, though under certain restrictions to avoid people crowding together. Photo: Getty ImagesZero contact ordering at restaurants in DelhiContactless ordering will be the new normal. Some restaurants are ready with zero contact ordering, where customers can use their smartphones to scan the menu, use QR codes to order and pay as well - all the ensure that there is minimum interaction with anyone outside of the diners they have come to the restaurant with. Photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay/ BCCLTenny Sandren in ItalyTennys Sandgren of the United States wears a face mask as he waits for the coins toss ahead of his qualifying round match against Joao Sousa of Portugal during day one of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia at Foro Italico on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesRestaurants open in ChileA waiter, equipped with a protective face mask, face shield and disposable gloves serves guests at the re-opening of a restaurant in Santiago, Chile, on September 2, 2020. The Chilean Ministry of Health has authorized the reopening of restaurants with outdoor dining options and the reopening of other non-essential businesses in some areas of the Chilean capital. AP Photo RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-15COVID-19 October 15 Highlights: Maharashtra registers over 10,000 fresh cases again - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 15 Highlights: Maharashtra registers over 10,000 fresh cases againYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 15 Highlights: Maharashtra registers over 10,000 fresh cases againMirror Online / Updated: Oct 15, 2020, 21:11 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageMaharashtra on Thursday reported 10,226 new COVID-19 cases. With this, the total tally has climbed to 15,64,615. The state also reported 337 new deaths, taking the death toll to 41,196. Mumbai crossed the 2,000-mark today, taking the city's tally to 2.36 lakh. The city reported 46 casualties. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 15 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and the rest of the country: COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar shops to remain open till 9 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in new cases Ulhasnagar reported as many as 21 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 9,764. Also, 27 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 8,893. Read more Mumbai reports over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases; Thane's active count rises to 3,452 The Mumbai city once again reported over 2,000 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, taking the overall tally to 2.36 lakh. With a spike of 2,119 cases, the number of active patients stands at 20,922. Read more Mumbai: 47 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reach 444 in Mahim Overall, the G/North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, registered 100 new cases today, and with this, the total cases in the ward have reached 11,199. So far, this BMC ward has 998 active cases and 9,604 recoveries, as per information provided by a senior Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official. Read more Bengali veteran Soumitra Chatterjee tests negative for COVID-19; health condition improves Veteran Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee, who had contracted the novel coronavirus infection a few days ago, tested negative for the virus on Wednesday. "The 85-year-old thespian had no fever since Tuesday evening but is still in an acute confusional state. He is, however, responding to verbal commands and is opening his eyes at times," a doctor said. Read more Apollo Hospitals says it can administer 1 million COVID-19 vaccines per day In an effort to support the Government’s battle against COVID-19, Apollo Hospitals announced that it is prepared to administer one million COVID-19 vaccines daily. The group will leverage its robust pan India web of 19 medicine supply hubs with cold chain facilities and use its 70 hospitals, 400 plus clinics, 500 corporate health centres, 4000 pharmacies alongside their omnichannel digital platform Apollo 24/7 to ensure massive administration capacity of COVID-19 vaccines. Read more COVID-19: Five posts to add a tinge of joy to your day The internet has become one of the few ways to remain connected. In fact, it's turned into a creative hotspot where art, music, and memes are shared to bring some positivity to the timeline. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more RELATED NEWSMumbai: 47 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reach 444 in Mah...Oct 15, 2020Mumbai: Dadar and Mahim witness surge in COVID-19 casesAug 19, 2020COVID-19: Dharavi reports only five cases; Dadar and Mahim continue s...Aug 09, 2020
2020-10-15Mumbai reports over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases; Thane's active count rises to 3,452 - Mumbai Mirror
Mumbai reports over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases; Thane's active count rises to 3,452You are in an offline modeMumbai reports over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases; Thane's active count rises to 3,452Mirror Online / Updated: Oct 15, 2020, 20:49 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeA health worker uses a fingertip pulse oximeter. Photo: AFPThe Mumbai city once again reported over 2,000 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, taking the overall tally to 2.36 lakh. With a spike of 2,119 cases, the number of active patients stands at 20,922. Compared to the last few days, the number of patients getting discharged from the hospitals also dropped to 1,970. However, the daily death toll continues to remain below 50 taking the complete tally to 9,598 with 46 more casualties. COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar shops to remain open till 9 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath see a dip in new casesUlhasnagar reported as many as 21 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 9,764. Among those dead, 37 people had co-morbidities and 33 were above 60-years of age. While the doubling rate is 77 days, the recovery rate stands at 86 per cent. Thane city too reported 349 new cases and five casualties in the last 24 hours. With the spike in fresh cases and deaths, the number of active patients stands at 3,452 while the death toll at 1,086, respectively. 302 patients were also discharged taking the overall recoveries to 38,088. Thane's patient recovery rate has increased to 89 per cent. Unlock 5: Mumbai Metro is set to resume its services02:31 RELATED NEWSMumbai: Mahim sees a drop in new COVID-19 casesSep 22, 2020Thane records 1,600 new Covid-19 cases; 34 deathsSep 17, 2020Two more Thane cops succumb to Covid-19Sep 15, 2020
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2020-10-15Thane: Shops in Ulhasnagar allowed to open till 9pm - Times of India
Thane: Shops in Ulhasnagar allowed to open till 9pmThane: Shops in Ulhasnagar allowed to open till 9pmPradeep Gupta | TNN | Oct 15, 2020, 20:57 ISTPhoto for representative purpose onlyULHASNAGAR: Amending it's earlier circular on phase wise relaxation in Ulhasnagar under 'Mission Begin Again', the Ulhasnagar municipal corporation on Thursday issued order allowing all shops in the city, except malls and market complexes, to function for full working hours till 9pm, instead of the 9 am-7pm slot allowed so far. In the circular issued by UMC chief Dr Raja Dayanidhi, all shops from Friday will be allowed to operate till 9pm except in containment zones. The Covid-19 cases are brought under control since over a month in Ulhasnagar city. On Thursday, city reported fresh 21 patients taking total numbers of patients 9764 including so far 321 deaths. The shopkeepers as well as opposition leaders from BJP and MNS welcomed move of civic body who for long times were demanding to open shops till 9pm. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsBihar election newsRains in HyderabadCoronavirus India update liveAPJ Abdul KalamKXIP vs RCB Live ScoreIPL Live ScoreUS Elections 2020London Lockdown NewsSensex TodayUPSEE Result 2020LATEST VIDEOSCityOn cam: Fort wall collapses after heavy rains in Telangana Kerala gold smuggling case: Accused have links with Dawood Ibrahim, says NIA 'Red light on, gaadi off': Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal urges people to take pledge to reduce air pollution Delhi Unlock 5: Movie theatres reopen with limited seating capacity More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?How to Make Tea Rusk at HomeFinest Camera Options For Videographers And Budding VloggersBicycles for Men: To stay fit and keep the environment cleanNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Air PollutionBihar election 2020Bihar election dateBangalore TemperatureBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadHyderabad RainCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusDelhi TemperatureAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiMumbai RainsArvind KejriwalBangalore FloodsSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsBihar election newsRains in HyderabadCoronavirus India update liveAPJ Abdul KalamKXIP vs RCB Live ScoreIPL Live ScoreUS Elections 2020London Lockdown NewsSensex TodayUPSEE Result 2020US Election DateUS Presidential Election 2020IPL 2020 Points TableOrange cap in IPL 2020NewsWeekly HoroscopeHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webSSR SisterSunny LeoneKareena KapoorBhanu Oscar-winning MomentBhanu AthaiyaVivek OberoiShweta Twitter AccountFestive Special TrainsSalman Khan RadheTrending topicsSushant Sister ShwetaBollywood MoviesSushant CaseKedarnath to TanhajiAnushka SharmaBollywood CelebsBest Navratri WishesBoss Day WishesHandsome Celebs KidsCoronavirus SymptomsCoronavirus VaccineCoronavirus RecoveryOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizMi 10T Series Launch TodayZoom New FeatureAMMK Vetrivel DeathFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-10-15Maharashtra: Employee stabs company CEO with knife near Kalyan - Times of India
Maharashtra: Employee stabs company CEO with knife near KalyanMaharashtra: Employee stabs company CEO with knife near KalyanPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Oct 15, 2020, 20:38 ISTRepresentative image. KALYAN: The CEO of Century Rayon Industries was attacked with a knife allegedly by a staffer inside the company premises in Shahad area near Kalyan on Thursday. The worker, Arun Masand said that he was was unhappy that the company did not allot him a room at staff quarter. In the attack, OR Chitlange, the CEO suffered three injuries and was admitted to the Century Hospital. His condition is said to be stable An eyewitness said, "Luckily, when Masand attacked Chitlange, other staff and security guards present at the spot noticed him and stopped the accused." The staff later overpowered the accused and handed him over to the Ulhasnagar police which admitted him to a private hospital for treatment. D D Tele, assistant commissioner of police, Ulhasnagar zone, said, "Initial probe revealed Masand met Chitlange when he was stepping out of the office. He told Chitlange that that for last 10 years, he did not get room at staff quarters. Chitlange told him to meet some other day in office to discuss the matter and in the same time the accused, who was carrying knife attacked him." Tele further said, "We are trying to find out the exact reason behind the attack." 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2020-10-15Maharashtras COVID-19 tally soars to 15.64 lakh; recovery rate improves to 85.04% - Republic World - Republic World
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Written By Akhil Oka On Thursday, October 15, Maharashtra recorded 10,226 novel coronavirus cases taking the state's COVID-19 tally to 15,64,615. At present, there are 1,92,459 active cases in the state. With 13,714 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 13,30,483.  337 deaths- 65 from Pune, 46 from Mumbai, 40 from Sangli, 28 from Satara, 22 from Nagpur, 13 from Kolhapur, 11 from Chandrapur, 10 from Solapur. 9 from Kalyan Dombivali, 8 each from Nashik and Thane, 7 from Osmanabad, 6 each from Ahmednagar and Latur, 5 each from Buldhana and Mira Bhayandar, 4 each from Navi Mumbai, Raigad, Jalgaon and Wardha, three each from Nandurbar and Vasai Virar, two each from Pimpri Chinchwad, Akola, Yavatmal, Bhandara and Gondia and one each from Washim, Nanded, Jalna, Aurangabad, Panvel, Palghar and Ulhasnagar were reported on Thursday.  Until now, a total of 41,196 persons in the state have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 79,14,651 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 23,27,493 persons are under home quarantine, 23,183 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stand at 19.77%, 85.04%, and 2.63% respectively.  Read: Maharashtra: Cop Donates Plasma To COVID-19 Patient Today,newly 10226 patients have been tested as positive in the state. Also newly 13714 patients have been cured today. Totally 1330483 patients are cured & discharged from the hospitals Total Active patients are 192459. The patient recovery rate in the state is 85.04%. — Rajesh Tope (@rajeshtope11) October 15, 2020 Read: Centre Issues Guidelines For Cultural Functions; Upto 200 People Allowed In Closed Spaces COVID-19 crisis in India Currently, there are 73,07,097 confirmed novel coronavirus cases in India out of which 63,83,441 patients have recovered while 1,11,266 deaths have been reported. There are 8,12,390 active cases in the country. For a week now, the number of active cases has been below the 9 lakh mark. With 81,514 patients being discharged in the last 24 hours, the recovery rate has soared to 87.36%. The country's patient doubling rate has grown to 73 days from 25.5 days in mid-August.  79% of the newly recovered cases are from Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, and Delhi. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, and Odisha account for 77% of the 67,708 cases reported in the last 24 hours. On the other hand, nearly 80% of the 680 new deaths were reported from Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and Chhattisgarh. 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2020-10-15COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,211 new cases; Metro trains allowed to run from today - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,211 new cases; Metro trains allowed to run from todayOct 15, 2020, 09.34AMCOVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,211 new cases; Metro trains allowed to run from todayMaharashtra once again saw an uptick in fresh COVID-19 cases. On Wednesday, the state reported 10,552 new cases, taking the total tally to 15,54,389. It also saw 19,517 discharges. With this, the number of recoveries stands at 13,16,769. Also, with 158 new deaths, the death toll has climbed to 40,859. Maharashtra is currently a host to 1,96,288 active coronavirus cases.Even though the number of new COVID-19 patients in Mumbai continues to remain high, the Maximum City has also been reporting an increasing rate of daily recoveries for the last few days. On Wednesday, 2,211 new cases were detected in the city, taking the overall tally to 2.34 lakh. With 3,370 people getting discharged, the number of coronavirus recoveries stands at 2.1 lakh.Meanwhile, the Maharashtra government has allowed metro trains in Mumbai to operate. Mumbai metro has said operations will begin on October 19.On the other hand, Pune reported 47 deaths and 1,237 fresh cases.The Union Health Ministry on Thursday said that India's doubling time has sharply increased to 70.4 days (it was 25.5 days in mid-August). “This indicates a substantial fall in the daily new cases and the consequent increase in time taken to double the total cases,” it added.Follow the Latest Updates on COVID-19 here:Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-15 09:34(IST) 11,36,183 samples were tested for COVID-19 yesterday. Total 9,12,26,305 samples tested in the country up to October 14: ICMR2020-10-15 09:02(IST) Mumbai: Metro to resume from Oct 19 and Monorail from Oct 18The state government has given Mumbai Metro a goahead from October 15, but the service on the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar (VAG) corridor will finally resume on October 19. While the Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL) has decided to resume operations in a phased manner, Monorail will also resume from October 18 on the Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle route. As a preventive measure against Covid-19, the temperature inside metro rail coaches will vary between 25 and 27 degrees. While the trains will halt at smaller stations for 30 seconds, they will stop for 180 seconds at major stations to ensure proper ventilation. Moreover, MMOPL will replace plastic tokens – the most preferred form of ticketing before the pandemic – with paper tickets. Read the full story here2020-10-15 08:01(IST) 3,000+ people recover from COVID-19 in PunePune district reported 47 deaths among COVID patients on Wednesday, taking the district toll to 7,297. With 1,237 fresh cases, the cumulative total of positive patients stands at 3,10,430, said district health officials. Apart from these, 3,137 patients were discharged from various hospitals. Since the outbreak, 2,78,104 people have recovered in Pune district. Among the new cases, 528 are in Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), 289 in Pimpri-Chinchwad area, 292 in Pune rural and 128 in cantonment jurisdictions, said Dr Bhagwan Pawar, district health officer. Read the full story here2020-10-15 08:00(IST) India's doubling time increased to 70.4 days: Health MinistryIndia's doubling time has sharply increased to 70.4 days (it was 25.5 days in mid-August). This indicates a substan… https://t.co/Vn11mo8ADA— ANI (@ANI) 16027258970002020-10-15 08:00(IST) Maharashtra: Metro to reopen; schools, colleges, places of worship to remain shutMumbai Metro rail services will be allowed to resume from today but schools, colleges and places of worship will remain closed in Maharashtra, the state government announced on Wednesday as part of its Unlock 5.0 guidelines. Shops and markets will be allowed to remain open for an additional two hours — from 9 am to 9 pm — from today to reduce crowds. The government has also allowed schools to call up to 50 per cent of their teaching and non-teaching staff at a time from today for online lessons, tele-counselling and related work. This will only apply to schools outside containment zones. Private and government-run libraries will also be allowed to reopen from today, as will B2B (business to business) exhibition centres outside containment zones. Read the full story here2020-10-15 07:59(IST) BMC may run out of RT-PCR test kits in just two weeksThe city may soon face a shortage of RT-PCR tests, considered the most reliable method of diagnosing Covid-19. The state has received faulty testing kits from a private supplier, which Health Minister Rajesh Tope has said will be blacklisted. The BMC, which was planning to buy RT-PCR kits from the state, is now in a fix. The BMC’s stock of RT-PCR kits is set to last only till the end of this month, according to civic officials. The state government has recalled nearly two lakh RT-PCR testing kits that had been purchased from a Kolkata-based company for being “faulty”. The recall happened after nearly 25,000 tests were carried out using these. It was learnt that the kits were giving a high number of false negatives. Read more2020-10-15 07:58(IST) Mumbai: No electricity for over 12 hrs at Richardson Cruddas Covid centrePatients at one of the hangars in the BMC-run Richardson Cruddas Covid-19 facility spent several hours on Wednesday without electricity, which had to be disconnected to repair a leaking oxygen pipe. Zonal deputy commissioner Vijay Balamwar said the leakage was fixed by 11 am, but sources said the power was restored only by Wednesday evening. The facility is divided into three Hangars – A, B and C – and has 500 patients, out of whom 73 were on oxygen at the time of the incident. Only Hangar A was affected by the outage. 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2020-10-14COVID-19 October 14 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 10,552 fresh cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 14 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 10,552 fresh casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 14 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 10,552 fresh casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 14, 2020, 21:01 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageMaharashtra once again saw a surge in fresh COVID-19 cases. On Wednesday, the state reported 10,552 new cases, taking the total tally to 15,54,389. It also saw 19,517 discharges today. With this, the number of recoveries stands at 13,16,769. With 158 new deaths, the death toll has climbed to 40,859. Maharashtra is currently a host to 1,96,288 active coronavirus cases. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 14 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and the rest of the country: COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 new cases; Badlapur sees a sudden rise in fatalities Ulhasnagar on Wednesday witnessed a surge with 46 new cases of coronavirus. The area's tally has now climbed to 9,743. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 557. Read more 3,370 recoveries in Mumbai; active cases in Maharashtra drop below 2 lakh Even though the number of new COVID-19 patients in Mumbai continues to remain high, the maximum city has also been reporting an increasing rate of daily recoveries for the last few days. Read more Good News Mumbaikars! Thackeray sarkar allows metro trains to run, state-run libraries to reopen In good news for thousands of commuters, the Maharashtra government has now decided to allow metro trains in Mumbai to operate from October 15. The trains will run in a phased manner under its mission 'begin again'. Read more Sanjay Gandhi National Park to open for morning walkers from October 15 with fresh guidelines to follow Sanjay Gandhi National Park is all set to re-open its gates for morning walkers starting October 15, after being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdown. Prior to the lockdown, around 500 people visited the national park daily for morning walks and exercise, surrounded by the lush greenery and fresh air. Read more Second COVID-19 trial paused within 24 hours over safety concerns Two late-stage COVID-19 medical trials have been paused in the space of 24 hours over potential safety concerns, the latest setbacks to scientists in the long fight against the pandemic. US pharmaceutical firm Eli Lilly on Tuesday suspended its Phase 3 trial of its lab-produced antibody treatment in hospitalized patients over an unspecified incident. Read more COVID-19: Five hilarious posts to make your day The internet has not only allowed people to lend a helping hand but also has become a haven for all things creative. Here are five posts curated by us from social media to add a tinge of joy to your day. Read more RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 October 13 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 187 new deathsOct 13, 2020COVID-19 October 5 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 10,244 fresh casesOct 05, 2020Maharashtra Police reports 112 new COVID-19 casesAug 18, 2020
2020-10-14COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 new cases; Badlapur sees a sudden rise in fatalit - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 new cases; Badlapur sees a sudden rise in fatalitiesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 new cases; Badlapur sees a sudden rise in fatalitiesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 14, 2020, 20:33 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday witnessed a surge with 46 new cases of coronavirus. The area's tally has now climbed to 9,743. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 557. With 43 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 8,866. Also, with two new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 320. Out of the new cases today, 20 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, while 11 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3. As many as seven people contracted the virus Ulhasnagar-1, five in Ulhasnagar-5 and three persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel Second Covid-19 trial paused within 24 hours over safety concernsTwo late-stage Covid-19 medical trials have been paused in the space of 24 hours over potential safety concerns, the latest setbacks to scientists in the long fight against the pandemic. Meanwhile, Ambernath reported 47 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the total count to 6,877 and the death toll to 251. With a recovery rate of 91.43 per cent, as many as 6,288 patients have recovered from the virus and 338 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, 35 persons tested positive on Wednesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 6,806. Also, with a sudden spike in daily fatalities, the death toll has jumped to 87 with five people succumbing to the virus in one day. So far, 6,492 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 227. What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL25 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 25 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. The lock down measures have largely eased nationwide, with stores, restaurants and cafes open again, though under certain restrictions to avoid people crowding together. Photo: Getty ImagesZero contact ordering at restaurants in DelhiContactless ordering will be the new normal. Some restaurants are ready with zero contact ordering, where customers can use their smartphones to scan the menu, use QR codes to order and pay as well - all the ensure that there is minimum interaction with anyone outside of the diners they have come to the restaurant with. Photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay/ BCCLTenny Sandren in ItalyTennys Sandgren of the United States wears a face mask as he waits for the coins toss ahead of his qualifying round match against Joao Sousa of Portugal during day one of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia at Foro Italico on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesRestaurants open in ChileA waiter, equipped with a protective face mask, face shield and disposable gloves serves guests at the re-opening of a restaurant in Santiago, Chile, on September 2, 2020. The Chilean Ministry of Health has authorized the reopening of restaurants with outdoor dining options and the reopening of other non-essential businesses in some areas of the Chilean capital. AP Photo RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-13Thane: Two held for killing man, burying body - Times of India
Thane: Two held for killing man, burying bodyThane: Two held for killing man, burying bodyPradeep Gupta | TNN | Oct 13, 2020, 15:21 ISTKALYAN: The stray dogs in Kalyan helped police find body of 45-year-old labour Mukesh Poreddivar, who was murdered before being buried inside debris at an under construction canteen site. The accused and victim used to work at the same site. In this connection, the local Mahatma Phule police has arrested two accused including one labour Gulam Ali Khan alias Bablu (24) who was working with deceased and Gulam's friend Aqeel Khan (25). The police has found that the deceased Mukesh and accused Bablu were working together as labourers at same railway's canteen construction site situated at Valdhuni area in Kalyan (East). According to police, probe in the case has revealed that both accused and victim used to fight over cooking after drinking alcohol. Fed up with this Bablu decided to kill Mukesh and for the same he took help of his Ulhasnagar based friend Aqeel. The duo as per plan on October 8 killed Mukesh by attacking him with hard object when he was sleeping, said a police official. Vivek Pansare, deputy commissioner of Police, zone 2 of Thane police said, "The probe revealed that after killing Mukesh the duo packed his body in a gunny bag and buried his body at the construction site." "The incident came to light when other labourers working at site saw stray dogs from locality barking and digging at site and when they checked the spot they were shocked to find body parts," said NK Bankar, senior police inspector from Mahatma Phule police station. The locals later informed to local police who filed an FIR and started a probe in the case. Sambhaji Jadhav, an investigator said, "During probe we found Bablu to be missing from work for two days and when we grilled him, he confessed about the murder. Both the accused have been arrested." The police on Monday produced them before Kalyan session court which remanded them to police custody. 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2020-10-12Mumbai Power Cut: Social media erupts with memes and jokes as the city faces outage due to grid failure - OpIndia
Mumbai Power Cut: Social media erupts with memes and jokes as the city faces... News ReportsSocial Media Updated: 12 October, 2020 Mumbai Power Cut: Social media erupts with memes and jokes as the city faces outage due to grid failure Things are expected to return to normalcy soon after the Mumbai Power Cut. Until then, humour and complaining are the only recourse Mumbaikars appear to have. 12 October, 2020 OpIndia Staff Social media erupts with memes amidst Mumbai power cut Facebook Twitter Telegram Email WhatsApp 958 Mumbai suffered a power out on Monday after a failure in the power grid that supplies electricity to the city. Local train services suffered and so did other services in the city. However, social media, as is to be expected, came alive with memes and jokes regarding the power cut. Every unusual event is an opportunity for memes and the Mumbai power cut was no different. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who often finds himself as the butt of jokes, once again featured prominently in the jokes that were cracked about the Mumbai power cut. “Mumbai, think twice about defeating Delhi Capitals next time (in the IPL),” said one user. “Mumbai walon ab agli baar Delhi Capitals ko harane se pehle do baar sochna…” #PowerCut pic.twitter.com/zi1iwzPPyt— The-Lying-Lama 2.0 (@KyaUkhaadLega) October 12, 2020 There were non-political jokes as well. Meanwhile in Mumbai
2020-10-12People Think Mumbai Dealing With A Power Cut Is Just Like Ananya Pandey's 'Struggles' - MensXP.com
2020-10-12Mumbai Faces Power Outage Due To ‘Interruption In Supply’, Says BEST - BloombergQuint
Mumbai Faces Power Outage Due To ‘Interruption In Supply’, Says BESTMahima Kapoor@mahimakapoor12BookmarkOct 12 2020, 10:38 AMOct 12 2020, 11:01 AMOctober 12 2020, 10:38 AMOctober 12 2020, 11:01 AMThe Mumbai Metropolitan Region faced a power outage on Monday morning after a Tata Power Ltd.’s power grid failure, according to a tweet by Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport. The outage has also affected local railways.The outage, which happened at 10:15 a.m., will likely take 45 minutes to 1 hour to be restored, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s Public Relation Officer told BloombergQuint.The electric supply is inttruptted due to TATAs incoming electric supply faiure. Inconveniences is regretted.— BEST Electricity (@myBESTElectric) October 12, 2020 Soon after BEST’s tweet, the Western Railway office announced the suspension of train services between Churchgate and Borivili. “It shall be resumed as soon as traction power supply is restored. Commuters are requested to cooperate,” the tweet said.The Central Railway, too, tweeted about the disruption.#PowerOutageMumbai Suburban trains @Central_Railway held up due to grid failure. We will update ASAP. Kindly bear with us. Time 10.05hrs onwards.(It's not OHE /EMU fault)Trains in Roha-Diva-JNPT sections are running.— Shivaji M Sutar (@ShivajiIRTS) October 12, 2020 The Mumbai Metropolitan Region, spread over 4,355 square kilometers, consists of eight municipal corporations or Greater Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi- Nizamapur, Vasai-Virar and Mira-Bhayandar, according to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority website.It also includes nine municipal councils of Ambarnath, Kulgaon-Badalapur, Matheran, Karjat, Panvel, Khopoli, Pen, Uran, and Alibaug, along with more than 1,000 villages in Thane and Raigad Districts.This is a developing story.BloombergQuintMissing BloombergQuint's WhatsApp service? Join our Telegram channel or activate Website Notifications.Stay Updated With Business News On BloombergQuintDisclaimer Bloomberg Quint Add BloombergQuint App to Home screen. INSTALL APP
2020-10-12Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane Power Cut Oct 12, 2020: Why Maximum City seldom faces power cuts and what went wrong? - Free Press Journal
Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane Power Cut Oct 12, 2020: Why Maximum City seldom faces power cuts and what went wrong?By FPJ Web DeskMumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane Power Cut Oct 12, 2020: Why Maximum City seldom faces power cuts and what went wrong?PTI On Monday, as Mumbai and its suburbs faced a major power outage, many wondered why Maximum City seldom faced power outages while the rest of the country suffered. Yet the MMR, which spreads over 4355 square kilometres including eight municipal corporations including Greater Mumbai (BMC), Thane (TMC), Kalyan-Dombivali (KDMC), Navi Mumbai (NMMC), Ulhasnagar (UMC) and other Vasai-Virar (VVMC) seldom faces power cuts. How is it that the financial capital of the country manages this while others don’t? For that we need to understand how power is provided.Everywhere in the country discoms (state-run power distribution companies) and private players like Tata or Adani combine to provide power needs. Discoms total losses are massive, reportedly around Rs 49,623 crore in FY19-20.This makes it very hard for state discoms to purchase additional power or improve its system. In most capitalistic models, the power companies cannot pass on the end-cost to the consumer. Even an Arvind Kejriwal – an IIT graduate and former IRS officer – makes it one of his electoral planks.As this Business Standard piece notes: “Over the years the cost of producing power has gone up. Coal prices have shot up, cheap domestic gas supply went dry and newly introduced renewable sources are costly. But your bill in the past five years would reflect that minimally. The generator included the high operation cost in the final price of power. But our power distributor, tangled in the leash of political motives can hardly pass it on to the consumer.”However, Mumbai has a host of private power suppliers and residents who pay whatever is charged. Maharashtra’s power slab is the highest in the country. So, while Mumbaikars pay a lot for power, it also means they get uninterrupted supply.Who provides power in Mumbai?There are four agencies that supply power in city - Tata Power, Adani, BEST and erstwhile MSEB which is now MSEDCL.After the trifurcation of MSEB, there are three separate state companies.MSETCL looks after transmission (high-voltage wires), MSEDCL looks after distribution (local area network) and Mahagenco (after power generation).What is Islanding?The method which makes Mumbai’s system effective is called ‘Islanding’ which was first designed in 1981 by Tata Powers.Even when there’s as system failure, the consumer remains un-affected. It involves keeping a source within an ‘island’ which can immediately keep pace with the requisite demand.Companies like Tata and Adani have invested a great deal to ensure that power distribution remains monitored and allocated properly.The islanding system reportedly prevented grid disturbances in Mumbai 27 out of 37 times.An old piece on Business Standard notes: “This was designed to intentionally isolate its network during widespread external grid disturbance, enabling supply to continue for essential category consumers, avoiding a tripping of thermal generators and quick restoration of the failed system.”Islanding works because a micro-grid disconnects a local circuit from a bigger grid and meets the power locally. In Mumbai, the islanding primary depends on Tata’s power supply which comes from a thermal plant in Trombay and hyrdo-units in Khopoli, Bhira and Bhivpuri. Adani’s supply comes from its unit Dahanu. Kalwa is an important sub-station where the problem began. What went wrong?Yet, Mumbai and its surrounding areas faced a lot of issues. BEST took to Twitter to blame TATAs incoming electric supply failure. TATA Power said in a statement that MSETCL has taken an emergency shutdown for 400KV Kalwa-Padghe Line 1which was expected to be revived by 9:30 AM but couldn’t be revived. At 9:58, the Kalwa-Padghe-2 carrying 633 MW tripped which saw the flow on Pune-Kharghar rise to 900 MW and then trip. Mumbai's islanding system was separated but it couldn't hold the 900 MW addition load.Meanwhile, Adani Electricity said: “AEML System experienced grid disturbance due to fault outside of it. Islanding of Dahanu saved the essential supplies. Rest supplies are being restored as grid inputs get available from Maharashtra System. Please bear with us as we await Maharashtra grid restoration. Due to constraints with a few transmission lines & the Tata generation, the MH SLDC has restricted further addition of load. We're working to resolving this on priority in order to restore the power supply. Requesting customers whose supply is still affected to bear with us.” AEML System experienced grid disturbance due to fault outside of it. Islanding of Dahanu saved the essential supplies. Rest supplies are being restored as grid inputs get available from Maharashtra System. Please bear with us as we await Maharashtra grid restoration.— Adani Electricity (@Adani_Elec_Mum) October 12, 2020 Meanwhile, Mahatransco said that 400kV Kalwa-Talegaon PG Line was under breakdown since 1:47 PM on October 10 2020, while the 400kv Padgha-Kalwa CKT-1 was tripped over voltage at 4:33 AM. The 4001-Kalwa-Padgha-2 tripped at 10:01 AM while the 40001 Talegaon PG-Kharghar line. Finally, the Talegaon PG-Kharghar line was hand-tripped at the Kharghar end at 10:02 AM due to heavy sparking. This led to both the 400KV bus at Kawla and Kharghar getting completely de-energised resulting in loss of Tata Unit at -5.Hence 400kv both bus at Kalwa and Kharghar got completely De-energised (zero load) from 400kv side Resulting in loss of Tata unit-5 (500 mw).Power cut in 2018In June 2018, there was a widespread power outage in the city and adjoining areas due to a technical glitch and also led to sustained period of load-shedding for some consumers. Maharashtra's Power Minister Nitin Raut said the trouble on Monday emanated from Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company (MSETCL) facilities during a planned maintenance work. Tata Power, which is into both generation and distribution, attributed the outage to a simultaneous substation tripping at 1010 hrs at state-run transmission company MSETCL's two substations in the suburbs of Kalwa and Kharghar. Power outages were reported from suburbs like Thane, Panvel, Dombivili and Kalyan as well, along with those in the island city and the suburbs.Raut assured that power supply will resume soon, as officials were working on it on a war footing.As the afternoon progressed, power at many pockets including the Bandra Kurla Complex business district, Lower Parel, the western suburbs and South Mumbai started resuming operations.Diesel supply for hospital With the number of COVID-19 infections still very high and many patients recovering in hospitals including specially-created facilities rendering services like oxygen supply, Municipal Commissioner of Mumbai I S Chahal instructed staff to bolster diesel supply to last up to eight hours and also scout for mobile diesel generator vans which are used at film shoots as a standby.An industry source said it took longer than expected for the power supply to resume because one of the two thermal power stations in the city and its vicinity, which have to act as a ready source as part of an "islanding" system to avert such situations, took longer to start generating power. Raut said maintenance work was on in MSETCL's 400 kv Kalwa-Padgha line when the technical fault happened in circuit number 2, which was taking the entire load at the time as circuit 1 was shut. MSETCL is responsible for getting power till the Kalwa substation from generating stations across the state, from where distribution companies likeTata Power and Adani Electricity take it to the consumers, the source said.As part of islanding system, a thermal based power plant each of Adani at Dahanu and Tata Power (Trombay) are expected to supply power. With inputs from agencies (To download our E-paper please click here. The publishers permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.) 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2020-10-12Mumbai Power Outage gets solid memes on Twitter from Mumbaikars. Best ones here - India Today
Mumbai Power Outage gets solid memes on Twitter from Mumbaikars. Best ones hereMumbai has been hit by a massive power outage since 10 am. After the blackout, people took to Twitter to post hilarious memes and they will leave you in splits.advertisement Krishna Priya Pallavi New DelhiOctober 12, 2020UPDATED: October 12, 2020 15:47 IST Mumbaikars serve hilarious memes on power outage Photo: Twitter/@SwatKat77As Mumbaikars woke up this morning to begin a new day, the whole city was hit by a massive power outage. People in many parts of the city have complained about a major blackout since 10 am.Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) confirmed the power outage and said, "The electric supply is interrupted due to TATAs incoming electric supply failure. Inconvenience is regretted." BEST is responsible for supplying power to the city.WHAT IS HAPPENING IN MUMBAI?Several residents living in the south, central and northern part of Mumbai took to Twitter to write about the outage due to the grid failure. Some of the places affected in Mumbai are Colaba, Mahim and Bandra. Some areas in Thane are also facing a power outage since the morning.After the news of the power outage was confirmed, #powercut and Mumbai started trending on Twitter. People dished out memes and jokes on the current situation in the city, and they are quite hilarious.Memes on people working from home enjoying the day because of the power cut trended the most on Twitter. Some people even blamed 2020 for the power cut and wondered what else could go wrong now.Take a look at some memes that have left us in splits:What power cut?#powercutSouth Bombay Girl after hearing that there is #powercut in Mumbai : pic.twitter.com/u7ZVvmPszI— Jitesh Rochlani (@JRism99) October 12, 2020 It is a risky game.#powercut #MumbaiMe reading tweets.My phone battery at 1% : pic.twitter.com/tIC2MAzti1— How Football Saved Humans - Great book to read (@how_humans) October 12, 2020 People working from home will relate:#powercutNo Power in Mumbai.WFH people be like: pic.twitter.com/tH6y2jGfoC— SwatKat fb (@SwatKat77) October 12, 2020 * #powercut all over #Mumbai *Work From Home People : pic.twitter.com/BlAAGvju8H— Tweetera (@DoctorrSays) October 12, 2020 Mumbaikars after experiencing #powercut : pic.twitter.com/EYSBg34Jbt— Dev Kumar (@DeeKay2310) October 12, 2020 Today I realized wifi se zada fan band hone pe dukh hota he #powercut #blackout— Ruchil (@onenemessis) October 12, 2020 People with deadlines on Monday are rejoicing somewhere:Monday is deadline to submit work**Powercut to Mumbaikars:#powercut #poweroutage pic.twitter.com/92YHqw07PG— Aditya (@NOMADityaa) October 12, 2020 All employees right now#powercut pic.twitter.com/jnQXbjvyS9— Ginish Gujral (@GinishGujral) October 12, 2020 Seriously, what else can go wrong?#powercut #Mumbai #Blackout MumbaiPowerCut entering into Year 2020 disaster list pic.twitter.com/NW7lMbfCml— How Football Saved Humans - Great book to read (@how_humans) October 12, 2020 Waiting for #powercut to end be like : pic.twitter.com/eOsZFnUU9D— Yogesh Pathak (@yoges_hh) October 12, 2020 This power cut is turning out to be quite fun for many people.Meanwhile, those who had video calls this morning:#powercut pic.twitter.com/rGlRmttpZ5— Eros Now (@ErosNow) October 12, 2020 #powercut #poweroutage #mumbaipowercut*October heat begins*Mumbai Electricity: pic.twitter.com/HwiazKwcwY— Nitish Parab (@nitish08) October 12, 2020 Ouch.Mumbaikars - Yaar this #powercut sucks.People who stays around Ulhasnagar and Dahanu - pic.twitter.com/RJNHpNNNAu— Pratik Jadhav (@PratikJ01) October 12, 2020 SoBo people to Kalyan and Thane people after powercut.#powercut pic.twitter.com/O1OUF622eQ— Palash Rathod (@PalashRathod4) October 12, 2020 Offices asking people to take an off today and instead work on Saturday.Employees be like:#powercut pic.twitter.com/swj6QfjP2S— Parth Mehta (@ParthMe87167211) October 12, 2020 Mumbai experiences #PowerCut today in several partsMeanwhile Dombivli & Kalyan residents to Mumbai pic.twitter.com/fgHALuZGA4— Brijesh Chaurasiya (@brijeshch_12) October 12, 2020 Mumbaikars jumping on phones to tweet to the world that we are suffering #PowerCut first time in 20 yrs.Meanwhile PowerGrid : pic.twitter.com/ylb6UdQmjW— Hugo Stiglitz (@aatli_baatli) October 12, 2020 We have no words.Mumbai people complaining about #powercutMeanwhile me from Uttar Pradesh pic.twitter.com/VwLKbHql7N— KitKat (@_priyanshiiii__) October 12, 2020 UP people to Mumbaikars after #powercut : pic.twitter.com/2M0ZYHtVgI— Savage (@CutestFunniest) October 12, 2020 Mumbaikars when they realise this #powercut is not just in their area but entire Mumbai pic.twitter.com/MfzpMATW55— Vanita (@ChaiPeCharcha__) October 12, 2020 #powercut all over Mumbai*Le Mumbaikars pic.twitter.com/GGxVtLSeq1— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) October 12, 2020 Me @ myself trying to save my phone's battery #powercut pic.twitter.com/N1zIGWI43c— Shreemi Verma (@shreemiverma) October 12, 2020 Mumbai experiences #PowerCut today in several partsMeanwhile Ulhasnagar & Ambernath residents to Mumbai : pic.twitter.com/k3IxN9f0yY— Ashish Chanchlani (@ashchanchlani) October 12, 2020 Well...LIVE visuals from an apartment in Mumbai with inverter............#PowerCut pic.twitter.com/pXWRLiu6tI— Krishna (@Atheist_Krishna) October 12, 2020 Electricity #PowerCut all-over Mumbai and your phone battery is 3% pic.twitter.com/51yk6oCOfE— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) October 12, 2020 Basically all of Bombay simultaneously experienced waking up to maid switching off the fan. #powercut #mumbai— Harish Tamillionaire Iyengaar (@scaryhairyman) October 12, 2020 Couldn't agree more.Mumbai power line trips. Humour lines on the Internet are intact & moving at the speed of light... pic.twitter.com/qi7phM2OKp— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 12, 2020 Even celebrities joined in on the fun:Bombay electricity kaputt! Phone is melting. pic.twitter.com/CcGJ5Uw2tF— Ali Fazal M / / (@alifazal9) October 12, 2020 It's hard to get things done in Mumbai without power. Also...the electricity is gone.— Vir Das (@thevirdas) October 12, 2020 Hahaha. #2020 #yougottalovetheinternet pic.twitter.com/cJb7why9zI— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) October 12, 2020 Due to the power failure, some train services have also been disrupted, which was confirmed by Central Railways Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) and the Western Railways. 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2020-10-12COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur see a steady decline in daily case count - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur see a steady decline in daily case countYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur see a steady decline in daily case countMirror Online / Updated: Oct 12, 2020, 20:14 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar reported 33 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,673. Also, with 44 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 8,797 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 558 while 318 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 33 new cases, 12 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by eight in Ulhasnagar-3, five in Ulhasnagar-1, and four each in Ulhasnagar-2 and Ulhasnagar-5. Untitled Carousel COVID-19: Dadar crosses 4000 mark; only five test positive in DharaviThe G/North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, is the second worst-hit ward of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) out of the 24 administrative wards. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 38 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 6,799. At present, 363 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 247 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 6,189 have recovered. Meanwhile, Badlapur has been witnessing a steady decline in the number of COVID-19 cases since the past few days. The township saw 36 persons testing positive for the virus on Monday, with which, the area's tally surged to 6,741 with 78 deaths. So far, 6,442 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 221 are currently undergoing treatment, taking the recovery rate to 95.56 per cent. What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL25 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 25 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. The lock down measures have largely eased nationwide, with stores, restaurants and cafes open again, though under certain restrictions to avoid people crowding together. Photo: Getty ImagesZero contact ordering at restaurants in DelhiContactless ordering will be the new normal. Some restaurants are ready with zero contact ordering, where customers can use their smartphones to scan the menu, use QR codes to order and pay as well - all the ensure that there is minimum interaction with anyone outside of the diners they have come to the restaurant with. Photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay/ BCCLTenny Sandren in ItalyTennys Sandgren of the United States wears a face mask as he waits for the coins toss ahead of his qualifying round match against Joao Sousa of Portugal during day one of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia at Foro Italico on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesRestaurants open in ChileA waiter, equipped with a protective face mask, face shield and disposable gloves serves guests at the re-opening of a restaurant in Santiago, Chile, on September 2, 2020. The Chilean Ministry of Health has authorized the reopening of restaurants with outdoor dining options and the reopening of other non-essential businesses in some areas of the Chilean capital. AP Photo RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-12COVID-19 October 12 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 2,12,439 active cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 12 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 2,12,439 active casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 12 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 2,12,439 active casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 12, 2020, 21:01 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThe state of Maharashtra continues to witness a gradual dip in the daily count of COVID-19 cases. On Monday, the state reported 7,089 fresh cases, taking the total count to 15,35,315. The state also registered 15,656 discharges today. With this, the number of recoveries stand at 12,81,896. The death toll has surged to 40,514 after Maharashtra reported 165 new deaths. The state currently hosts 2,12,439 active cases. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 12 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur see a steady decline in daily case count Ulhasnagar reported 33 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,673. Also, with 44 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 8,797 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. Read more COVID-19: Dadar crosses 4000 mark; only five test positive in Dharavi The G/North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, is the second worst-hit ward of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) out of the 24 administrative wards. With 70 new cases on Monday, the ward has so far registered 10,982 coronavirus cases, which includes 9,307 recoveries and 1,091 active cases, as per the official information provided by BMC. Read more Over 67 per cent Mumbaikars ready to travel domestically in the next six months: Survey Over 67 per cent Mumbaikars are raring to travel domestically and 31 per cent are ready to fly to an international destination within next six months, revealed a new consumer sentiment survey, based on the response from 7,500 members out of which 1,300 respondents came from Mumbai. Of those surveyed, 8 per cent said they were ready to pack their bags within a month for domestic travel. Read more Mumbaikars Beware! BMC is going to penalise 20,000 citizens everyday for not wearing masks The BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation ( BMC) has once again launched a massive drive in order to act against those not wearing masks in public places. The move comes in the backdrop of rising COVID-19 cases in the city and reopening of most activities including hotels. Read more SC allows NEET on October 14 for students who missed exam due to COVID-19 The Supreme Court on Monday allowed students, who missed this year's National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) examinations due to being infected by COVID-19 or being in containment zones, to appear for it on October 14. Read more COVID-19: Five posts to make your day If you take a scroll through social media, you'll notice that it's soon becoming a hotspot for all things creative. From memes to art, the internet has got it all. To add to it, social media has also enabled users to lend in a helping hand. After all, kindness goes a long way. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more RELATED NEWSMumbai: Dharavi sees a drop in new COVID-19 casesSep 15, 2020Mumbai: Dadar reports 40 new COVID-19 cases; 6 test positive in Dhara...Sep 06, 2020Mumbai: 33 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reduced to 95 in...Aug 20, 2020
2020-10-12Social media flooded with memes as Mumbai faces unprecedented power outage - Mumbai Mirror
Social media flooded with memes as Mumbai faces unprecedented power outageYou are in an offline modeSocial media flooded with memes as Mumbai faces unprecedented power outageMirror Online / Updated: Oct 12, 2020, 12:32 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeMemesTo add to the Monday morning blues of Mumbaikars, the city faced a massive power outage due to grid failure on Monday.Several people woke up to no power, halting trains, businesses, children's online classes. Loss of electricity also meant that people faced water related issues in housing societies too as there was no power to pump water to overhead tanks. Local trains on the Western and Central lines were also affected and commuters were seen walking on the tracks or waiting for their trains to resume servicesAs Mumbai was forced to hit the pause button involuntarily, netizens still didn't forget to add a hint of laughter to the predicament Mumbai and adjoining areas found itself in. Soon, memes started flooding social media as a funny take on the power cut of the city that never sleeps. 1) A power cut in Mumbai is rare, so this user expressed it with a Salman Khan song Mumbaikars after experiencing #powercut : https://t.co/EYSBg34Jbt— Dev Kumar (@DeeKay2310) 16024788760002) What would Babubrao do? #powercutNo Power in Mumbai.WFH people be like: https://t.co/tH6y2jGfoC— SwatKat
2020-10-12Mumbai power cut sparks memes; WFH, online classes & Netflix hit, say Twitterati - Republic World - Republic World
Mumbai power cut sparks memes; 'WFH, online classes & Netflix' hit, say Twitterati Breaking News Last Updated: 12th October, 2020 11:25 IST Mumbai Power Cut Sparks Memes; 'WFH, Online Classes & Netflix' Hit, Say Twitterati Be it a serious or comical event, meme-makers are always on the prowl. And it was no different when the power cut in Mumbai on Monday became a talking point. Written By Joel Kurian Be it a serious or comical event, meme-makers are always on the prowl. And it was no different when the power cut in Mumbai on Monday became a talking point. The blackout led to hilarious posts from netizens as the grid failure created inconvenience for Mumbaikars. As Mumbai suffered a total power cut, here's what the meme-makers were up to.  READ: Power Cut Across Mumbai LIVE Updates: Incoming Electricity Failure From TATA, Says BEST Memes on Mumbai Power cut Netizens put on their creative best to jokingly highlight how work from home employees, students and those accustomed to power cuts would react with delight. Apart from how people who dread Monday at work would exult, the feelings of students attending online lectures during the pandemic and the delight of those living on the outskirts of Mumbai, like Dombivali, who are used to power cuts, were hilariously highlighted.  People lamenting how charging their devices too got hilarious memes. Here are the best tweets: #powercut No Power in Mumbai. WFH people be like: pic.twitter.com/tH6y2jGfoC — SwatKat
2020-10-12Singing to cure COVID-19 related brain-damage - THE WEEK
Singing to cure COVID-19 related brain-damage A positive attitude can work wonders alongside Melodic Intonation Therapy By Pooja Biraia Jaiswal October 12, 2020 19:46 IST A 48-yr old male patient Tirupati Swami from Mumbai's Ulhasnagar was successfully treated with speech therapy for a COVID-19 associated stroke at Wockhardt Hospital in South Mumbai early last month.  In the four weeks hence, he has shown remarkable improvement and is back to normalcy, say doctors. This case can serve as an example of how appropriate rehabilitation therapy combined with a positive attitude can help patients with residual neuro-deficits improve over time.  Swami, an avid singer and an employee of Indian Oil Corporation, developed fever, cough and weakness before he was diagnosed as COVID-19 positive on August 8. He was admitted in a nearby COVID care centre (CCC) and his condition remained stable for a week, after which on August 17 he developed a sudden speech impairment and felt unable to lift and move his right hand. These initial symptoms went undiagnosed and as his condition worsened, his clinical evaluation based on MRI of the brain revealed a stroke on the left part of the brain and related language and speech dysfunction (aphasia).  Aphasia is a communication disorder or an impairment of language which makes it hard for a patient to use words thereby affecting his or her speech, and the ability to read and write. It is a result of damage to the brain, the most common cause of which is stroke.  Swami was immediately put onto speech therapy, once he stabilized.  “As he primarily had expressive aphasia with non-fluent speech, he started on Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT) which is an evidence-based therapy that utilizes elements of melody and rhythm to improve expressive language. As most of us are right-handed, our language function is controlled by the left hemisphere of the brain. Now in patients who've suffered a stroke, this left hemisphere of the brain doesn't function properly because that's the one afflicted with language dysfunction (aphasia). Research has shown that musical skills are predominantly represented in the right hemisphere of the brain and so MIT utilizes the elements of music with left hand tapping to engage the undamaged right hemisphere of the brain and enable aphasic patients to speak and comprehend,” says Dr Prashant Makhija, Consultant Neurologist, Wockhardt Hospital.  Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT) is an evidence-based treatment method that uses intoning or singing to improve expressive language in people with aphasia by taking advantage of the undamaged right hemisphere and engaging areas that are capable of language.  Over the span of eight months after the WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, the understanding of the infection caused by the novel coronavirus has improved significantly the world over. Doctors have now come to believe that COVID-19 is more than an infection of the lungs.  "What initially appeared to be an illness primarily restricted to lungs is now well known to be associated with neurological involvement and stroke is one such dreaded complication. Time plays a crucial role in the management of stroke patients but often an inability to recognize the stroke symptoms early on or reach the hospital in time, results in neuro-deficits in patients in the form of limb weakness or speech difficulties,” adds Dr. Makhija.  Nutan Korganokar, a well-known speech therapist also lays significant stress on the importance of a patient's positive attitude and belief in the possibility of a speedy recovery. "Although Swami suffered from a significant stroke related language dysfunction, his positive attitude and appropriate rehabilitation in the form of speech therapy helped him overcome this deficit. His love for music and singing probably contributed to his recovery and he is now on his path to normalcy.”  Experts believe that post stroke therapy or rehabilitation is the only sure shot way a stroke patient can overcome any deficits which the stroke may have caused in its wake to recover to a considerable extent, even if not completely The brain is a computer full of billions of electrical circuits, says Dr. Abhishek Srivastava,  head, centre for rehabilitation, Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in Mumbai which has about 30,000 sq ft of area dedicated for rehabilitation. During a stroke, a specific part of a specific circuit dies or simply fuses and depending on which circuit was hit by the stroke, one can suffer from various deficits including the ability for  cognitive functions, behaviour, speech and language (aphasia), ability to swallow (dysphagia), comprehension, vision, abnormal tone, sensory deficits wherein a person can lose sensations on one side, sphincter problems which relate to losing control over one's bowel movements, spasticity or rigidity in the limbs, and hearing, he explains.   So, a brain stroke means that the control from any of the different circuits in the brain towards corresponding functions of the body is  cut off, but the essential pathway between the brain and the rest of the body remains intact. For instance, if the stroke affects one's lower limbs, it means that the limbs, its nerves are fine and the control of the brain is still there but the pathways which control the movements are cut off or lost. Repeated exercises and therapy keeps sending signals to the brain and repeated signals forces the brain to form alternative circuits and take over the function of the previous circuit thereby bringing back the movement in the hands, limbs, or whichever part is affected.  "This feature of the brain wherein the other part takes over the function of the affected part and gives back the movement and agility to a stroke affected patient, is called neuroplasticity. This is a fairly new concept and scientists are only beginning to understand it now," says Dr. Shrivastava Swami is now slowly returning to his routine life, after having suffered from both, COVID-19 as well as a brain stroke.  TAGS Novel Coronavirus Read more China touts capability of new warship to destroy satellites, stealth aircraft Carlton Chapman, former India football captain, passes away Parvathy Thiruvoth quits AMMA over Edavela Babu's comment on Bhavana School closure may cost $400 bn to India, cause learning losses: World Bank South Korean researchers find new way to cool car parked in hot sun Editor's Pick Right on the money Tightrope walk Dos and don'ts of dieting Evolving luxury Follow @TheWeekLive Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-10-12Mumbai Outage Dominates Twitter Trends, Powers Memes - NDTV
Mumbai Outage Dominates Twitter Trends, Powers MemesSearchHomeAll IndiaMumbai Outage Dominates Twitter Trends, Powers Memes Mumbai Outage Dominates Twitter Trends, Powers Memes Mumbai power outage: Such a large-scale power failure is unprecedented for the country's financial capital. The electricity supply remains interrupted since 10:05 am. All IndiaEdited by Nandini GuptaUpdated: October 12, 2020 3:39 pm ISTMumbai power cuts: Large parts of city affected due to disruption in "incoming electric supply".(File)Mumbai: As large parts of Mumbai and its suburban areas face unprecedented and widespread power outage due to "TATA's incoming electric supply failure", residents and Bollywood celebrities took to the social media sharing concerns even as power suppliers assured supply for "critical services".   Within minutes of the outage, people took to the social media. Hashtags such as #powercut, #Mumbai, #NaviMumbai and #poweroutage, among others, started trending on Twitter.The electricity supply was interrupted at 10:05 am and expected to be restored in 45 minutes to an hour for the metropolis according to the authorities. Maharashtra Energy Minister Nitin Raut has now said it would another hour for the supply to be restored.Mumbai-Thane-Kalyan power failure is being attended to.Kalwa- padgha transmissions line got tripped,hence Thane- Palghar, New Mumbai power is off. Consequently, cascading the power failure to Mumbai-Thane & Mumbai suburban city.It will be restored in approximately an hour.— Dr. Nitin Raut (@NitinRaut_INC) October 12, 2020Electricity gayaab across Mumbai. Unprecedented. Mumbai plunges into darkness. Could it be those tunnels? @mybmc@TataPower— Shobhaa De (@DeShobhaa) October 12, 2020T 3688 - Entire city in power outage .. somehow managing this message .. keep calm all shall be well ..— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) October 12, 2020Adani Electricity, a major power supplier in the city, said is it "currently supplying to critical services in Mumbai". Multiple operators, including the state-run BEST, Adani Electricity and Tata Power supply power to the city.AEML is currently supplying to critical services in Mumbai Around 385MW through AEML Dahanu generation. Our teams are working to restore the supply in the affected areas at the earliest. We regret the inconvenience caused. (2/2)— Adani Electricity (@Adani_Elec_Mum) October 12, 2020Some Twitter users used the power outage in Mumbai city and its sub-urban areas to point out how consistent the electricity supply has been over the years. Others poked fun with political memes and commentary. Mumbaikars jumping on phones to tweet to the world that we are suffering #PowerCut first time in 20 yrs.Meanwhile PowerGrid : pic.twitter.com/ylb6UdQmjW— Hugo Stiglitz (@aatli_baatli) October 12, 2020It's hard to get things done in Mumbai without power. Also...the electricity is gone.— Vir Das (@thevirdas) October 12, 2020This is a good time to appreciate 24x7 electricity in Mumbai. Stuff we take for granted. #powercut— Anupam Gupta (@b50) October 12, 2020Delighted by the power cut which even stopped Mumbai's train service - discontinued for the first time ever during the nationwide coronavirus lockdown earlier this year - people rejoiced that those working and studying from home amid the pandemic would get to take a break. Online classes and work was affected in absence of power backup at many homes disrupting internet connectivity.#powercutNo Power in Mumbai.WFH people be like: pic.twitter.com/tH6y2jGfoC— SwatKat ???? fb (@SwatKat77) October 12, 2020Me heading towards to attend my online classMeanwhile #powercutpic.twitter.com/JOZQFTxUjg— Yogesh Pathak ???????? (@yoges_hh) October 12, 2020The power outage also left the posh south Mumbai areas without creature comforts with residents of the city's sub urban areas - where power supply disruptions are routine - sharing their delight with the situation. PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comSoBo people to Kalyan and Thane people after powercut.????????#powercutpic.twitter.com/O1OUF622eQ— Palash Rathod (@PalashRathod4) October 12, 2020Mumbai experiences #PowerCut today in several partsMeanwhile Ulhasnagar & Ambernath residents to Mumbai : pic.twitter.com/k3IxN9f0yY— Ashish Chanchlani (@ashchanchlani) October 12, 2020Tickled by the flood of jokes, industrialist and Mumbai resident Anand Mahindra - known for being vocal on the social media on a variety of issues - said even though Mumbai's power lines had tripped humour lines on the internet were intact and moving. He also celebrated Mumbai's famed resilience in face of all adversity with another tweet of football players readying for a game, using hashtag MondayMorning.Mumbai power line trips. Humour lines on the Internet are intact & moving at the speed of light... pic.twitter.com/qi7phM2OKp— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 12, 2020Mumbai is starting its week in the dark with a grid failure. But this is how every Mumbaikar reacts to any obstacle
2020-10-12E-Sports: Top 5 gamer girls of India; Check out - InsideSport
E-Sports: Top 5 gamer girls of India; Check out Other SportsEsportsSport News E-Sports: Top 5 gamer girls of India; Check out By Adeeb Sayeed - October 12, 2020 Girls are pushing their way into the male-dominated esports scene and breaking stereotypes. Let’s take a look at Indian girls who are making heads turn in the esports industry. Which is great because we get to tell their stories and write about their superb achievements. Here are the most popular Gamer Girls and streamers of India. Payal Gaming This 20 year old girl with 300K subs on YouTube has 194K followers on Insitagram. She also streams for loco mostly playing among us. She’s been gaming for over a year now, also she is an Official streamer for Entity gaming. Her live streams have drawn 300K + subscribers to her channel where she is often seen playing with some of the biggest players in India, like Scout, Mortal, Mavi etc. More over her rank in PUBG Mobile is Ace 5470 last we checked. Also Read: FIFA 21 : Here’s how you can represent India in FIFA e-World Cup Shagufta Iqbal-XYAA She started playing PC games at the age of 12 and was the first notable female gamer of India. She has around 250 K subscribers on her Youtube channel and 103K followers on Instagram. Apart from Youtube shes also streams on Twitch with a verity of games like PUBG CS:GO and overwatch. Shes often seen with her dog Alita on her streams. Shes partnered with Logitech, Intel, and HP. Saloni Pawar-Meow16k She was the first girl to represent India at an International esports tournament held in Thailand which was LOV Thailand. She is a professional CS:GO player for Global esports and has won Central Asia qualifiers for legion by Lenovo. She has shifted to Valorant along with most of the CS:GO pros in India. She is currently playing in the Valorant streamer battle tournament, she had also participated in the Fall Guys showdown. She streams every night and puts on a relentless grind. She has 20.2K subscribers on youtube and 8k followers on Insitagram. Ankitha C She’s a very popular streamer with 183K subscribers on Youtube and 37.3k followers on Instagram. She loves streaming games like PUBG and Fortnite has got her fame and recognition. She is also good friends with another major male streamer- Hydraflick. She has most recently joined the ULTRAGEARSQUAD. Her journey started with her trying to learn FPS games which has lead her on this amazing journey to become one of the biggest gamer girls of India. Pooja Khatri   The gamer from Delhi enjoys online games and always interacts with her fans, this could be one of the reasons to her great success. She has 618K subscribers on her youtube channel and 78K followers on Instagram. This gamer girl from Delhi is an actor and model who has been a part of a bunch of famous TV shows. On the gaming side shes seen playing PUBG a lot, apart from PUBG she plays GTA 5, Among us and War Zone.   Monika Jeph -Sherlock She is a Competitive Player, Content Creator & Streamer sponsored by Global Esports. She currently sits at 79.4K subscribers on youtube and 35.8K followers on Insitagram. She is very entertaining on stream shes often playing Valorant, PUBG and Among us on her stream. She’s also seen playing with TSM|Entity’s star player Jonathan. Saloni Kandalgaonkar-Mili Kya Mili A gamer from Ulhasnagar, Mumbai, she likes to play games likes PUBG Mobile, CS GO, Valorant. She has 137K Subscribers on youtube, 39.2k followers on Instagram. She was also a part of Nodwin Gaming India Plays Fall Guy streamers edition where she played with some of the biggest streamers on India. Pari-8bitRaV3n She hails from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, and is a professional PUBG Mobile player with the 8Bit clan. She has a YouTube channel by the name of Rav3n, which has 224K subscribers She is a professional PUBG player of the Indian esports team 8bit. She has participated in the finals of the PMSC 2018. She streams without a face cam and is all about her game. You can learn a lot from her stream as she talks about the game more than anyone on this list. Shazia Ayub(Mysterious YT) Hailing form Kolkata, West Bengal. This Interior Designer by profession, gamer by passion reads her Youtube about, which has 334K subscribers along with 23.6K followers on Instagram. She has been streaming for 2 years now, streaming PUBG, Among us with tons on give aways. Shazia started playing games such as Mario and Road Rash when she was in school, and recently switched from interior designing to become a full-time gaming TAGSeSportsesports girl gameresports girl gamer indiaESports IndustryEsports NewsGamer Girls of India Previous articleAll 4 confirmed matches for tonight’s Monday Night RAW episode; all you need to know – 12th October 2020Next articleIPL 2020: Teams will start catching up, need to be ahead of them says Rohit Sharma Adeeb Sayeedhttps://www.insidesport.co/Pro player turned coach and content creator, analysing eSports with a passion. I game, stream and write content all day, everyday. Helping players achieve their esport dreams along the way. 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2020-10-11Maharashtra: Eight booked for demanding Rs 10 lakh from builder in Kalyan - Times of India
Maharashtra: Eight booked for demanding Rs 10 lakh from builder in KalyanMaharashtra: Eight booked for demanding Rs 10 lakh from builder in KalyanPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Oct 11, 2020, 21:47 ISTRepresentative image. KALYAN: The Khadakpada police in Kalyan have booked a land owner and his seven associates for allegedly demanding extortion money of Rs 10 lakh from a builder or else threatened to fabricate him in false cases. The main accused has been identified as Gajanan Vayle. The Police said that the complainant builder Sonu Amit Hotchandani who resides in Ulhasnagar in 2012 had taken land from Vayle situated in Khadakpada area for development purpose on condition of giving him 1,200 square feet flat. Hotchandani in the FIR alleged that after he completed the building, he had given Vayle allotment letter of flat admeasuring 1,559 square feet with condition that for extra 339 square feet Vayle will pay him Rs 20 lakh extra as saleable area. Police said as per complainant for extra 339 square feet area Vayle refused to pay Hotchandani Rs 20 lakh and recently he started demanding Rs 10 lakh from the builder threatening that he will register false cases against him. The police said that on Saturday afternoon Vayle alongwith his associates even forcefully locked building gate claiming that the building belonged to him. Hotchandani finally approached local Khadakpada police which registered extortion and tresspassing case against the accused. Ashok Pawar, senior police inspector of Khadakpada police station said, "We have registered case against eight accused and after detailed investigation action would be taken against the culprits". 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2020-10-11COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai records 2,203 new cases; Pune now has more recoveries than positive cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai records 2,203 new cases; Pune now has more recoveries than positive casesOct 11, 2020, 09.39AMCOVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai records 2,203 new cases; Pune now has more recoveries than positive casesMaharashtra's coronavirus case tally on Saturday increased to 15,17,434 with 11,416 new cases being reported. The state also reported 308 deaths, which took the death toll to 40,040.26,440 patients were discharged after treatment, taking the tally of recovered people to 12,55,779.Mumbai reported 2,203 new cases, which pushed its overall case count to 2,27,276, while its death toll rose to 9,391 with 48 new fatalities.Pune added 724 new cases, raising its tally to 1,64,341, while 16 deaths took the toll to 3,718. The situation in Pune has improved as the district has recorded more recoveries than positive cases.Maharashtra has so far conducted 75,69,447 tests.State Health Minister Rajesh Tope on Saturday said he expected the unlock process in Maharashtra to be complete by November end with the rider that the Chief Minister would take a final call on it, besides pledging to slash the price of real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test to Rs 800-1,200.Meanwhile, India became the second country after the US to cross seven million confirmed Covid-19 cases on Saturday.Follow latest updates here:Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-11 09:39(IST) India's COVID-19 tally crosses 70-lakh markIndia's COVID-19 tally crossed the 70-lakh mark with a spike of 74,383 new cases and 918 deaths reported in the last 24 hours. The total case tally stands at 70,53,807 including 8,67,496 active cases, 60,77,977 cured/discharged/migrated cases and 1,08,334 deaths, said the Union Health Ministry.2020-10-11 09:18(IST) 10,78,544 samples tested for COVID19 yesterday. Total 8,68,77,242 samples tested in the country up to October 10: ICMR2020-10-11 09:06(IST) More recoveries in Pune than positive virus casesThe COVID situation improved in Pune on Saturday with 1,795 new cases being reported along with 2,084 recoveries. So far, 2,65,736 patients have recovered of the 3,05,144 people who have tested positive. Among the new cases, 703 are in Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) limits, 440 in Pimpri-Chinchwad, 492 in Pune rural and 160 in cantonment jurisdictions. Also, 53 people succumbed to the virus, taking the toll to 7,127 said, the officials. The number of active cases decreased to 13,300 in the city of which 772 are critical — 437 are on ventilators and 335 are without. The number of patients on oxygen support in Pune city has come down to 2,318; 4,231tests were conducted on Saturday. Among the deaths, a 74-year-old man from Manjari was the oldest fatality. The cause of death is said to be cardiac arrest and brain haemorrhage. The patient had no co-morbid conditions. Read more2020-10-11 09:05(IST) Mumbai: BEST to add nearly 2,500 buses to its fleet by 2022BEST Undertaking has said it will add 2,462 buses to its fleet by March 31, 2022. The present fleet of BEST is 3,875-strong, inclusive of 1,099 vehicles on wet lease. During an online meeting on Saturday, BEST general manager Surendra Bagade presented a deficit budget of Rs 1,887.83 crore while providing an outlay of Rs 446.07 crore for capital expenditure for the fiscal 2021-22. Read more2020-10-11 09:04(IST) WR to resume air-conditioned local train services next weekAir-conditioned local services will likely resume on the Western Railway suburban section starting next week. The railways will introduce 150 to 200 additional local service in the next few days for essential workers nominated by the state government, said an official of WR on Saturday, adding that currently, the WR runs more than 500 local services. Recently the Bombay High Court directed the state and the Centre to ensure that local services running under Central and Western Railway were increased to 700 per day. It said now that Covid-19 lockdown restrictions had been relaxed, trains services also needed to be improved accordingly. Read more2020-10-11 09:03(IST) Mumbai: BMC asks its hospitals to remove unclaimed bodies at the earliestThe BMC’s top administration, which reviewed status of mortuaries in major hospitals, has asked the deans to dispose of the unclaimed bodies lying in their mortuaries at the earliest. Earlier in the week, additional municipal commissioner (health) Suresh Kakani said, “I reviewed the situation with the deans of all major hospitals and told them to dispose of the unclaimed bodies. Sion Hospital has 45 bodies, Nair Hospital has 25 and KEM has 15 bodies lying in their mortuaries.” Read the full story here2020-10-11 09:02(IST) Super-spreaders of BorivaliBMC officials told Mirror on Saturday that 2,793 people who tested positive for Covid-19 in Borivali West and chose to isolate at home ended up infecting 5,000 other people as they continued to mingle with family members. This, the officials said, is the main reason why R Central ward, which encompasses Borivali West, is now reporting far more cases of Covid-19 every day than any of the city’s 23 other wards. The ward reported 239 cases on October 2, 240 on October 3, and 257 on October 7, while the other wards have been reporting around 100 cases a day on average. 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2020-10-10Mumbai Crime: Cops looking for two minors who robbed Mulund cold storage - Mid-Day
The Navghar cops have arrested one and are on a lookout for two minors in connection with an alleged theft of Rs 67,000 from cold storage in Mulund. On September 25, the owner of cold storage and general store in Mulund approached Navghar police station. In his report, the owner said that two kids entered his shop and engaged him by asking the price of different items. However, when they left, he realised that Rs 67,000 were missing from his counter. Accordingly, an offence under various IPC sections was registered. Senior Inspector Pushkraj Suryavanshi formed a team under the guidance of Inspector Uttam Rikame led by sub-inspector Santosh Pilane. "During the investigation, we came across CCTV footage in which the duo can be seen fleeing in an auto. We showed the footage to the owner who confirmed that it was the same kids who came to his shop," said a Navghar police officer. "We tried to track the vehicle but couldn't as they went through lanes of Mulund," the officer added. However, in one of the footages, cops managed to get half of the auto's registration number and a sticker 'Maa tera Ashirwad.' "When we started screening autos, our search took us to Ulhasnagar. We screened nearly 500 autos and finally, on October 8, managed to zero in on the auto used by them and arrested the driver – Kuldeep Singh Avtar Singh Labana, 23, a resident of Punjabi Colony," Sub-Inspector Pilane said. "During interrogation, Kuldeep revealed the names of his associates. Both are minor and are from Kuldeep's locality," another officer said. "Investigation has revealed that both the minors have more than 10 cases of theft registered against them in Ulhasnagar," he added. "We recovered Rs 24,000 out of Rs 67,000 stolen from the shop. The accused was produced in court and is in police custody," senior inspector Pushkaraj Suryavanshi said. Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news First Published: 10 October, 2020 07:47 IST Tags mulundmumbai crime newsmumbai news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Mumbai Khabar: 'Cop tenants' refuse to leave Vasai businessman's rented property since 1992
2020-10-09COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,823 new cases; Pune becomes first district in India to cross 3-lakh- - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,823 new cases; Pune becomes first district in India to cross 3-lakh-markOct 9, 2020, 08.52AMCOVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,823 new cases; Pune becomes first district in India to cross 3-lakh-markMaharashtra reported 13,395 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, and with that, the tally has now climbed to 14,93,884. Also, 358 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to 39,430. The number of active cases is now pitched at 2,41,986 according to the state health department.Mumbai, on the other hand, reported 2,823 new cases and with that, the case count of the financial capital climbed to 2,22,761. Also, 48 patients succumbed to the virus taking the death toll to 9,293. In contrast, as many as 1,86,675 patients have recovered till date and the number of active cases in the city is now pitched at 24,789.With 2,039 new COVID cases on Thursday, Pune has become the first district in the country to cross the 3-lakh-mark. So far, 3,01,392 people have tested positive.Meanwhile, a report prepared by the National Control for Disease Control has cautioned that Delhi needs to gear up to tackle the surge of 15,000 COVID-19 cases per day in winters.Follow latest updates here:Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-09 08:52(IST) Mizoram reported seven COVID-19 cases yesterday, taking total cases to 2,157 out of which 220 cases were active: State government2020-10-09 08:19(IST) Bengaluru registers 5,121 casesKarnataka on Thursday registered 10,704 new covid-19 cases. Now with up to 6,79,356 confirmed positive cases, the state has an active case count of 1,17,143. There are as many as 60,197 active cases just in Bengaluru, where the count is increasing daily at alarming rates. On Thursday, the city registered 5,121cases. Testing too has been ramped up, with over 1 lakh tests having been conducted both on Wednesday and Thursday. Till date, over 56,29,550 tests have been conducted in Karnataka. Read more2020-10-09 08:19(IST) Gujarat opens Covid-19 antibody testing to private labsAll private labs in Gujarat with proper equipment and qualified personnel have been allowed to carry out Covid Antibody tests through ELISA and CLIA methods, according to a notification issued by the State government. The government mandated that an ELISA antibody test would cost Rs 450 if done at the lab oratory and Rs 550 if samples are collected from home or from the hospital. Similarly, the upper limit of CLIA antibody test at lab is Rs 500 and for home/hospital at Rs 600. Read more2020-10-09 08:14(IST) Delhi may witness surge of 15k Covid cases per day in winters: CentreA report prepared by the National Control for Disease Control (NCDC) has cautioned that the national Capital needs to gear up to tackle the surge of 15,000 COVID-19 cases per day in upcoming winters and festivals.The report has highlighted three reasons to worry that may cause excessive pressure on healthcare services. (i) winter months that make respiratory illnesses severer; (ii) patients may come from outside Delhi in large numbers; (iii) patients coming from distant areas are likely to be more serious. In addition, with festival-related gatherings, there could be a sudden rise in cases.The report has been drafted by the NCDC under the supervision of Dr VK Paul, Chairman of NITI Aayog Member (Health).The report has recommended that the Delhi government should get prepared for a daily surge of about 15,000 positive coronavirus cases and make arrangements for inpatient admissions of patients with moderate and severe disease roughly amounting to 20 percent of this surge."The guidelines for relative proportion for ICU, non-ICU beds, COVID care isolation beds should be according to the guidelines provided in the 3rd report of Empowered Group I," the report has said.The report has talked about the prevention of infection among health care workers. (ANI)2020-10-09 08:13(IST) New recoveries in India have exceeded the new cases for 3 continuous weeks, unabated. The new cases during these 3 weeks have displayed a steady trend of decline: Union Health Ministry2020-10-09 08:13(IST) Pune becomes first district to cross 3L-mark in IndiaWith 2,039 new COVID cases on Thursday, Pune has become the first district in the country to cross the 3-lakh-mark. So far, 3,01,392 people have tested positive. Also, 58 COVID-related deaths were reported on Thursday; the death crossed the 7,000-mark with the total standing at 7,028. Apart from these, 1,518 patients were discharged on Thursday, from various hospitals. The number of recoveries stands at 2,61,565. The active cases in Pune city have come down to 14,032 of which 869 are critical — 496 are on ventilator and 373 are without. The number of patients on oxygen support in the city has come down to 2,771. On Thursday, 4,932 tests were conducted, said Dr Ashish Bharti, PMC health chief. 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2020-10-09COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 cases; Badlapur active cases drop to 282 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 cases; Badlapur active cases drop to 282You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 cases; Badlapur active cases drop to 282Mirror Online / Updated: Oct 9, 2020, 20:46 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Deepak Turbhekar/MMCLThane: After a couple of weeks of the number of new cases of coronavirus witnessing unpredictable spikes every day, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur have now started seeing a stable daily case count for the infection. Ulhasnagar reported 41 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,569. Also, with 67 recoveries on Friday, as many as 8,668 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 587 while 314 patients have died of the virus. Untitled Carousel Mahim, Dadar report over 30 cases on Friday; Dharavi tally climbs to 3,308Asia's largest slum colony Dharavi reported 8 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. So far, 3,308 people have tested positive in the region. Out of the 41 new cases, the maximum of 12 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 11 in Ulhasnagar-5, nine in Ulhasnagar-3, six in Ulhasnagar-2 and three in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 44 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 6,691. At present, 398 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 240 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 6,053 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 52 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 6,626 with 77 deaths. So far, 6,267 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 282 are currently undergoing treatment. The recovery rate of the township stands at 94.58 per cent. What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL25 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 25 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. The lock down measures have largely eased nationwide, with stores, restaurants and cafes open again, though under certain restrictions to avoid people crowding together. Photo: Getty ImagesZero contact ordering at restaurants in DelhiContactless ordering will be the new normal. Some restaurants are ready with zero contact ordering, where customers can use their smartphones to scan the menu, use QR codes to order and pay as well - all the ensure that there is minimum interaction with anyone outside of the diners they have come to the restaurant with. Photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay/ BCCLTenny Sandren in ItalyTennys Sandgren of the United States wears a face mask as he waits for the coins toss ahead of his qualifying round match against Joao Sousa of Portugal during day one of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia at Foro Italico on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesRestaurants open in ChileA waiter, equipped with a protective face mask, face shield and disposable gloves serves guests at the re-opening of a restaurant in Santiago, Chile, on September 2, 2020. The Chilean Ministry of Health has authorized the reopening of restaurants with outdoor dining options and the reopening of other non-essential businesses in some areas of the Chilean capital. AP Photo RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-09COVID-19 highlights: 2,289 new cases in Mumbai; 17,323 new recoveries in Maharashtra - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 highlights: 2,289 new cases in Mumbai; 17,323 new recoveries in MaharashtraYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 highlights: 2,289 new cases in Mumbai; 17,323 new recoveries in MaharashtraMirror Online / Updated: Oct 9, 2020, 21:33 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeA medical representative prepares to collect swab samples from residents.Maharashtra on Friday reported 12,134 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to over 15 lakh. The state also saw recoveries of 17,323 new patients. Over the last few days, in a positive development, the number of new cases have come down, while recoveries have increased. So far, 12.29 lakh patients have been cured and discharged from the hospitals. The number of active patients stands at 2.36 lakh. The state reported 302 deaths , which took the fatality count to 39,732, he said. The patient recovery rate in the state is 81.63 per cent. Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally: Positive cases: 15,06,018 New cases: 12,134 Death toll: 39,732 Discharged: 12,29,339 Active cases: 2,36,491 2,289 new cases in Mumbai Mumbai city reported 2,289 positive cases during the day, which pushed its overall case count to 2.25 lakh while its death toll increased to 9,343. Mahim, Dadar report over 30 cases on Friday; Dharavi tally climbs to 3,308 Mumbai: Asia's largest slum colony Dharavi reported 8 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. So far, 3,308 people have tested positive in the region. On the other hand, Mahim saw a spike of 36 cases in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of cases to 3,522. READ MORE Maharashtra Police reports 154 new COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths in last 24 hours As many as 154 policemen tested positive for COVID-19 while two others succumbed to the virus in Maharashtra in the past 24 hours, informed the State Police. A total of 259 policemen have died due to the COVID-19 infection in the state until today. READ MORE COVID-19: Total active cases in India dip below 9 lakh after a month For the first time after a month, the total number of active COVID-19 cases in India dipped below the 9 lakh mark with 8.93 active cases reported on Thursday, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare informed. The last time the number of active cases was reported below 9 lakh was September 9 with 8.97 lakh cases. READ MORE Maharashtra govt postpones MPSC exam scheduled for Oct 11 Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Friday announced that the MPSC exam scheduled to be held on October 11 has been postponed. This is for the third time the government has postponed th exam. CM Uddhav Thackeray said there was a demand from the candidates that they needed more time to prepare for the exam as libraries in the state are still shut due to COVID-19. READ MORE Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report over 40 cases; Badlapur active cases drop to 282 After a couple of weeks of the number of new cases of coronavirus witnessing unpredictable spikes every day, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur have now started seeing a stable daily case count for the infection. READ MORE BMC asks Navratri mandals to arrange online 'darshan' of idols The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has issued guidelines for the upcoming Navratri festival, suggesting that the sarvajanik (community) mandals should arrange online darshan of goddess idols for public. It also appealed to the citizens to follow the COVID- 19 protocols strictly during the Navratri festival, which starts on October 17. RELATED NEWSMumbai: 28 new COVID-19 cases in Mahim; active cases reach 502 in Dad...Oct 01, 2020Mumbai: Dadar and Mahim witness surge in COVID-19 casesAug 19, 2020Mumbai: Dadar and Mahim witness surge in COVID-19 cases; Dharavi repo...Aug 05, 2020
2020-10-08COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on Thursday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on ThursdayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on ThursdayMirror Online / Updated: Oct 8, 2020, 20:06 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Sanjay Hadkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 36 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 9,528. Also, 32 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 8,601. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 313 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 614 are currently being treated. Out of the 36 cases, 25 persons each tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2 and Ulhasnagar-5, whereas six cases each came up in Ulhasnagar-1, Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-4. Untitled Carousel Dharavi reports 12 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday; Dadar sees a drop in active casesThe World Bank recently praised the efforts to contain the spread of the virus in Dharavi, saying its success stemmed from a combination of “customised solutions”, community involvement and perseverance. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 37 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 6,647. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 240 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 6,019 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 388. Meanwhile, 43 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 6,574, along with 77 fatalities. As many as 6,197 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 300. Untitled Carousel Mumbai residents can view COVID-19 containment zones in Google MapsGoogle said it is working closely with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for sourcing this information and will update this data regularly. What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL25 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 25 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. The lock down measures have largely eased nationwide, with stores, restaurants and cafes open again, though under certain restrictions to avoid people crowding together. Photo: Getty ImagesZero contact ordering at restaurants in DelhiContactless ordering will be the new normal. Some restaurants are ready with zero contact ordering, where customers can use their smartphones to scan the menu, use QR codes to order and pay as well - all the ensure that there is minimum interaction with anyone outside of the diners they have come to the restaurant with. Photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay/ BCCLTenny Sandren in ItalyTennys Sandgren of the United States wears a face mask as he waits for the coins toss ahead of his qualifying round match against Joao Sousa of Portugal during day one of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia at Foro Italico on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesRestaurants open in ChileA waiter, equipped with a protective face mask, face shield and disposable gloves serves guests at the re-opening of a restaurant in Santiago, Chile, on September 2, 2020. The Chilean Ministry of Health has authorized the reopening of restaurants with outdoor dining options and the reopening of other non-essential businesses in some areas of the Chilean capital. AP Photo RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-08COVID-19: Maharashtra reports 13,395 COVID-19 cases, 15,575 recoveries - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19: Maharashtra reports 13,395 COVID-19 cases, 15,575 recoveriesOct 8, 2020, 22.15PMCOVID-19: Maharashtra reports 13,395 COVID-19 cases, 15,575 recoveriesMaharashtra reported 13,395 new COVID-19 cases, taking its tally to 14,93,884 on Thursday, while a higher number of 15,575 patients were discharged following recovery. The toll rose to 39,430 after 58 more patients succumbed to the infection. A total of 15,575 patients were discharged from hospitals, taking the tally of recovered people to 12,12,016. Mumbai city reported 2,823 positive cases during the day, which pushed its overall count to 2,22,784, while its toll rose to 9,296 with the death of 48 more patients.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-08 22:15(IST) Kerala records 5,445 new COVID-19 casesKerala reported 5,445 new cases of COVID-19, said Health Minister K K Shailaja on Thursday.According to the Health Minister, 7,003 patients have recovered from the disease, which is the highest count of recoveries on any single day so far.Meanwhile, 24 deaths were confirmed due to COVID-19 taking the death toll in the State to 930.2020-10-08 22:14(IST) Delhi's COVID-19 case tally goes past 3 lakh; death toll climbs to 5,653Delhi's COVID-19 tally crossed the three-lakh mark on Thursday with 2,726 fresh cases, while the death toll due to the disease mounted to 5,653 with 37 fatalities recorded in the last 24 hours, authorities said.On Wednesday, the case tally stood at over 2.98 lakh with 2,871 fresh cases, while the death toll was 5,616 with 35 fresh casualties.The fresh cases on Thursday were detected after 53,322 COVID-19 tests were conducted the previous day.2020-10-08 22:14(IST) IMA questions govt on ayurveda, yoga-based treatment of COVID-19The Indian Medical Association on Thursday questioned the scientific basis of the government's recently released protocol based on ayurveda and yoga for the prevention as well as treatment of asymptomatic and mild patients of COVID-19.Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Tuesday released a protocol for the clinical management of COVID-19, that lists dietary measures, yoga and ayurvedic herbs and formulations such as Ashwagandha and AYUSH-64 for prevention of coronavirus infection and treatment of mild and asymptomatic cases.2020-10-08 21:05(IST) COVID-19 October 8 HighlightsMaharashtra reported 13,395 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, and with that, the tally has now climbed to 14,93,884. Also, 358 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to 39,430.The number of active cases is now pitched at 2,41,986 as per the latest information shared by the state health department.Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 8 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country2020-10-08 20:48(IST) Restricted functioning of Delhi HC to continue till November 30The Delhi High Court on Thursday decided to extend its restricted functioning till November 30 in view of the persisting coronavirus pandemic in the national capital.The Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court decided to extend the restricted functioning on the same terms as earlier orders, the office of Registrar General Manoj Jain said.The office order also said that the cases instituted in the years 2018, 2019 and 2020 shall also be taken up, as per roster, from November 17.It further stated that the cases already listed before the high court from October 9 to October 20 shall be adjourned en bloc to corresponding dates between December 15 to December 24.2020-10-08 20:26(IST) Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on ThursdayUlhasnagar reported as many as 36 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 9,528. Also, 32 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 8,601. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 313 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 614 are currently being treated. Read detailed report here2020-10-08 20:09(IST) COVID-19 pandemic has had major impact on psychosocial wellbeing of people: GovtThe COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on psychosocial wellbeing of people, the government said on Thursday and stressed on promoting community sensitisation, family counselling and support, and teachers' counselling to tackle complex mental health issues.Addressing a virtual ‘International Conference on Mental Health: Looking Beyond COVID-19', Secretary, Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Shakuntala D Gamlin, highlighted the need for addressing increasing incidence of mental health issues."The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on psychosocial wellbeing and is likely to add the disease burden across the globe," she said.2020-10-08 20:05(IST) Nagpur records 746 new COVID-19 cases; 20 casualtiesWith the detection of 746 newCOVID-19 cases, the count of infections in Maharashtra's Nagpur district rose to 84,827 on Thursday, an official said.At least 20 patients died of the disease, taking the toll to 2,724, of which Nagpur city alone accounted for 1,971 casualties, the official said.The number of recoveries in the district rose to 72,614, after 1,012 patients were discharged from various hospitals, he said.With this, the district currently has 9,489 active cases, he added.2020-10-08 19:44(IST) Yogi inaugurates UP's biggest oxygen plant to aid medical suppliesUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Thursday inaugurated a new state-of-the-art cryogenic oxygen plant, the biggest in the state, which will help with supplies in hospitals.The ultra-high purity air separation plant with a capacity of 150 tonnes per days (TPD) in Ghaziabad's Modinagar will produce liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen and liquid argon for various industrial needs, according to INOX Air Products (INOX AP), which has commissioned the plant.Adityanath, who inaugurated the plant virtually from his office in Lucknow, said the facility will help the state fight the coronavirus better.2020-10-08 19:29(IST) 696 new COVID-19 cases in Jammu and Kashmir, nine more dieJammu and Kashmir recorded 696 fresh COVID-19 cases, while nine more deaths took place in the past 24 hours, taking the number of cases to 81,793 and the death toll to 1,291 on Thursday, officials said.Of the new cases, 276 were registered in Jammu and 420 in the Kashmir valley, the officials said.Srinagar district reported a maximum of 186 fresh COVID-19 cases, followed by 89 in Jammu district, they said.The Union Territory has 11,482 active cases of the novel coronavirus, while 69,020 patients have recovered from the infection so far, the officials said.Seven of the new fatalities linked to COVID-19 were recorded in Jammu and two in the valley, they said.2020-10-08 19:04(IST) President urges citizens to stand united to defeat COVID-19 through collective determination, disciplinePresident Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday urged citizens to stand united to defeat coronavirus through collective determination and discipline.He also asked them to wear masks, wash hands and practice social distancing."The nation stands united to defeat COVID-19 through collective determination and discipline. I urge fellow citizens to #Unite2FightCorona! Let us all - Wear a mask, Wash hands, Practice social distancing. Together we will fight, we will win!," Kovind tweeted.The Union government on Thursday launched a public awareness drive as part of its fight against COVID-19.2020-10-08 18:50(IST) IMA questions govt on Ayurveda, Yoga-based treatment for Covid-19The Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Thursday came down heavily on the Centre's latest guidelines which promote Ayurveda and Yoga for the prevention as well as treatment of asymptomatic and mild patients of Covid-19. The apex medical body asked the government to produce scientific evidence which fostered the protocols of the guidelines released on Tuesday by the Union Ministry of Health."Is there satisfactory evidence regarding the claims made from studies on Covid-19 patients? If so, whether the evidence is weak/moderate or strong? The evidence should be in public domain and available for scientific scrutiny," said the IMA.2020-10-08 18:27(IST) Nepal reports record 4,364 COVID-19 cases in single dayNepal on Thursday recorded its highest number of coronavirus cases in a single day with 4,364 people testing positive for COVID-19, taking the nationwide tally to 98,617.The country also reported 12 new deaths on Thursday, pushing the number of fatalities to 590, the health ministry said.Among the new cases, 2,540 have been reported from within Kathmandu valley alone, according to a health ministry official.The total number of active cases in the country as of Thursday stands at 26,684.The ministry spokesperson said that 2,675 patients, who earlier detected COVID-19 positive, have been discharged after their recovery in the last 24-hours.2020-10-08 18:04(IST) Home Ministry allows political gatherings in 12 poll-bound states before October 15In view of upcoming assembly polls in Bihar and bypolls in 11 other states, the Home Ministry on Thursday revised its previous order of permitting large political gatherings after October 15 and granted permission for rallies outside containment zones in the poll-bound states with immediate effect.As part of reopening of services, the ministry had earlier directed that from October 15 all social, religious, political gatherings would be permitted outside containment zones beyond the previous limit of 100 persons. In the new order, only political gatherings in the 12 poll-bound states have been permitted with immediate effect as polls begin by the end of the month. Read more2020-10-08 17:47(IST) Odisha govt initiates process to open temples, religious places for publicThe Odisha government has initiated the process to open temples and other religious places for the public across the State.According to the state officials, state Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy has asked all the Collectors and concerned authorities to submit a plan of action to the government within 10 days."District Collectors asked to consider the possibility of opening up places of worship for the public of all religious faiths, where compliance to extant COVID guidelines and report to Government. They may prefer graded opening in the interest of containing the disease," said Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy."State Government has also directed temple Administration of Puri and other major temples of State under Endowment to prepare a plan of action for the opening of temples for worshippers adhering to COVID-19 regulations, respective Collectors will submit a report after consultation with all stakeholders in next 10 days" the chief secretary added.2020-10-08 17:13(IST) India's coronavirus fight people driven; gets great strength from COVID warriors: PM ModiThe Union government on Thursday launched a public awareness drive as part of its fight against COVID-19, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ministerial colleagues asking people to follow precautions like wearing masks and maintaining social distancing to defeat the coronavirus pandemic.The start of a 'jan andolan' (mass movement) campaign comes in view of upcoming festivals, winter season and opening up of the economy, as a lack of adherence to recommended precautions can increase cases of the infection. Modi said India's coronavirus fight is people-driven and gets great strength from its COVID warriors. He also urged the masses to unite to fight the virus.2020-10-08 16:47(IST) Russia records 11,493 COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours: Response CenterRussia has registered 11,493 COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, up from 11,115 yesterday, taking the cumulative case total to 1,260,112, the country's coronavirus response center said on Thursday."In the past 24 hours, Russia has confirmed 11,493 COVID-19 cases in 85 regions, of which 2,954 (25.7 percent) were detected actively, with people showing no clinical symptoms," the response center said in a statement, specifying that the total count has reached 1,260,112.The largest increase was identified in Moscow, where 3,323 new positive tests were registered (up from 3,229 yesterday). A total of 461 new cases were recorded in St. Petersburg (up from 456 yesterday) and 433 cases were confirmed in the Moscow region (up from 395 yesterday).The response center reported 191 new coronavirus-related fatalities, down from 202 yesterday, raising Russia's total death toll to 22,056.2020-10-08 16:26(IST) WHO urges nations to plan efficient roll out of COVID-19 vaccineAs Covid-19 cases continue to increase in most countries of WHO South-East Asia Region, the World Health Organization on Thursday called for stronger collective efforts by one and all to curtail the virus transmission, while also urging countries to plan for efficient roll out of Covid-19 vaccines as soon as they are available."Like the rest of the world, the Region continues to be at risk. To stop the spread of Covid-19 virus, we need to do it all - continued strong leadership; robust public health measures; clear communication and an engaged, empowered and enabled population - to turn the tide," said Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director, WHO South-East Asia Region.In a communication to member countries, the Regional Director said, the global race for Covid-19 vaccine has gathered momentum. In anticipation of development of a safe and effective Covid-19 vaccine, countries should be prepared with an efficient and coordinated strategy and plan for roll-out of vaccination.2020-10-08 16:03(IST) Govt to map out cold chain storage facilities for COVID-19 vaccine deliveryWith the likelihood of a vaccine against coronavirus being available within months, the government has begun a massive exercise to map out cold chain storage facilities to ensure the vaccine is delivered quickly across the country.A national expert group is talking to public and private sector entities in the pharmaceutical sector, food processing industry and agro businesses as well as food delivery start-ups such as Swiggy and Zomato to identify cold storages or fridges at the taluka level that can stock and distribute the vaccine, sources with direct knowledge of the discussions said.A draft scheme for the vaccine distribution is likely to be released around the middle of next week, they said.At least one domestic and three foreign vaccines are likely to be available to India in the coming months.2020-10-08 15:48(IST) Restrictions for rallies relaxed, masks mandatory: MP ministerMadhya Pradesh Home MinisterNarottam Mishra on Thursday said in its fresh set of COVID-19 guidelines, the Union Home Ministry has relaxed the restriction on gathering of more than 100 people at political rallies.Speaking to reporters here, the minister, however, said use of masks, sanitisers and social distancing will continue as before."As per the Union Home Ministry, the restriction on gathering of more than 100 persons at a political rally has been relaxed. 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2020-10-07Maharashtra: 1166 new COVID-19 cases in Thane; tally reaches 183942 - Free Press Journal
Maharashtra: 1166 new COVID-19 cases in Thane; tally reaches 183942 By PTI The COVID-19 tally in Maharashtra's Thane district has risen to 1,83,942 with the addition of 1,166 new cases, an official said on Wednesday. The death toll reached 4,644 after 28 more patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Tuesday, he said. The official said the number of active COVID-19 cases in the district has now dropped to 8.78 per cent from 20 per cent in mid-September. As of now, there are 16,147 active COVID-19 cases in the district, while 1,63,151 patients have recovered, he said. The COVID-19 recovery rate in the district is 88.70 per cent, while the death rate is 2.52 per cent, he said. The district covers seven talukas- Thane, Kalyan, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Murbad, and Sahapur. Kalyan has so far reported the maximum number of COVID-19 cases at 44,392, followed by Thane city-38,944, Navi Mumbai-38,735 and Mira Bhayander-19,565, the official said. Out of the total deaths, Thane city has reported 1,035 fatalities, Kalyan-864, Navi Mumbai-788 and Mira Bhayander- 603, he said. Also ReadRBI's MPC begins deliberations, to announce policy review on Friday (To download our E-paper please click here. The publishers permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.) maharashtrathanenew COVID-19 cases Recent StoriesIAF Day 2020: PM Modi, President Kovind, Rajnath Singh extend greetings to IAF personnel on 88th Air Force DaySuicide note of ex-CBI chief Ashwani Kumar says he ended life due to disease, disability: Himachal DGPLockdown woes: Pune-based businessman offers to sell his kidney on TwitterDelhi Riots 2020: Police 'inadvertently' releases identity of protected witnesses in charge sheetDonald Trump returns to Oval Office breaking COVID-19 isolation rules trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-10-07COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report less than 50 cases; Ambernath sees a slight jump - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report less than 50 cases; Ambernath sees a slight jumpYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report less than 50 cases; Ambernath sees a slight jumpWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Oct 7, 2020, 20:33 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday reported 36 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 9,492. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 611. With 53 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 8,569. Also, with two new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 312. Out of the new cases today, 13 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-5, while 10 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4. As many as seven people contracted the virus Ulhasnagar-3, four in Ulhasnagar-1 and two persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel Mumbai gets a pat on the back from World Bank for its efforts to control COVID-19 in DharaviDharavi, with a 6.5 lakh population is spread over an area of 2.5 square kilometers. Meanwhile, Ambernath witnessed a surge with 58 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the total count to 6,610 and the death toll to 238. With a recovery rate of 90.60 per cent, as many as 5,989 patients have recovered from the virus and 383 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, 45 persons tested positive on Wednesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 6,531 along with 77 deaths. So far, 6,141 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 313. Untitled Carousel With spike of over 72 thousand cases, India's COVID-19 count reaches 67,57,132With a spike of 72,049 new cases and 986 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, India's COVID-19 count on Wednesday reached 67,57,132, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW). What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL25 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 25 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. The lock down measures have largely eased nationwide, with stores, restaurants and cafes open again, though under certain restrictions to avoid people crowding together. Photo: Getty ImagesZero contact ordering at restaurants in DelhiContactless ordering will be the new normal. Some restaurants are ready with zero contact ordering, where customers can use their smartphones to scan the menu, use QR codes to order and pay as well - all the ensure that there is minimum interaction with anyone outside of the diners they have come to the restaurant with. Photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay/ BCCLTenny Sandren in ItalyTennys Sandgren of the United States wears a face mask as he waits for the coins toss ahead of his qualifying round match against Joao Sousa of Portugal during day one of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia at Foro Italico on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesRestaurants open in ChileA waiter, equipped with a protective face mask, face shield and disposable gloves serves guests at the re-opening of a restaurant in Santiago, Chile, on September 2, 2020. The Chilean Ministry of Health has authorized the reopening of restaurants with outdoor dining options and the reopening of other non-essential businesses in some areas of the Chilean capital. AP Photo RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-07COVID-19 October 7 Highlights: Maharashtra reports spike of 14,578 fresh cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 7 Highlights: Maharashtra reports spike of 14,578 fresh casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 7 Highlights: Maharashtra reports spike of 14,578 fresh casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 7, 2020, 21:23 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageAfter witnessing a fall in the daily count, Maharashtra saw a spike in COVID-19 cases on Wednesday. The state reported 14,578 fresh cases, taking the total tally to 14,80,489. With 355 new deaths, the death toll now stands at 39,072 deaths. While Maharashtra saw 16,715 discharges today, it currently has 2,44,527 active cases. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 7 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: Mumbai reports 2,848 new cases Mumbai on Wednesday reported 2,848 new cases. With this, the city's total tally now stands at 2,19,938. The city also registered 2,257 recoveries, taking the recovery rate to 83 per cent. With 46 new deaths, the death toll now stands at 9,245. Dharavi registers 12 new cases Dharavi witnessed a gradual fall in its daily count on Wednesday. The locality reported 12 new cases, taking the total tally to 3,292. The region currently hosts 191 active cases and has registered 2,808 discharges till date. Meanwhile, Mahim reported 37 new cases, while Dadar recorded 38. COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report less than 50 cases; Ambernath sees a slight jump Ulhasnagar on Wednesday reported 36 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 9,492. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 611. With 53 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 8,569. Also, with two new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 312. Read more Mumbai gets a pat on the back from World Bank for its efforts to control COVID-19 in Dharavi Months after the World Health Organisation (WHO) heaped praises, Asia's largest slum Dharavi has received a pat on the back from the World Bank for its efforts to arrest COVID-19 spread. Dharavi, with a 6.5 lakh population, is spread over an area of 2.5 square kilometres. Read more Mumbai-Nashik COVID special train costliest at Rs 25,000 per month Panchavati Express, the Nashik-Mumbai lifeline, is back in its new avatar as COVID-Special but at a price, its passengers can’t afford. Suspended through the lockdown, the train service resumed on September 12 but doesn’t allow monthly season tickets for travel. Passengers need to either buy tickets online or at the reservation counter, and it costs anywhere between Rs 300 and Rs 500 one-way depending on the seating chosen. Read more With a spike of over 72 thousand cases, India's COVID-19 count reaches 67,57,132 With a spike of 72,049 new cases and 986 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, India's COVID-19 count on Wednesday reached 67,57,132, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW). As per the MoHFW, the count includes 9,07,883 active cases, and 57,44,694 cured and discharged or migrated cases. Read more COVID-19: Five posts to get you through the week No one would have thought at the beginning of this year that we'd be spending most of our time indoors. But many have taken this as an opportunity to dive deep into their interest and try something new. Be it baking, painting, or even creating music -- many have sought to pick up a new skill. Social media has also enabled people to lend in a helping hand or share a couple of laughs. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to get you through the week. Read more RELATED NEWSMumbai: Mahim witnesses surge in COVID-19 cases; active cases climb t...Sep 30, 2020Mumbai: Mahim records 20 new COVID-19 cases; active cases rise to 452...Sep 08, 2020Mumbai: Dadar and Mahim witness surge in COVID-19 casesAug 19, 2020
2020-10-07COVID-19: Maharashtra COVID deaths cross 39,000; spike in Mumbai cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19: Maharashtra COVID deaths cross 39,000; spike in Mumbai casesOct 7, 2020, 21.54PMCOVID-19: Maharashtra COVID deaths cross 39,000; spike in Mumbai casesMaharashtra's Covid-19 deaths crossed 39,000 on Wednesday even as new cases continued to spike especially in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The state's tally reached 14,80,489 with 14,578 fresh cases coming to light. With 355 new fatalities being reported, the death toll in the state reached 39,072. But on the other hand, 16,715 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the tally of recovered patients in the state to 11,96,441. Mumbai city reported 2,848 new cases which pushed its overall case count to 2,19,961, while death toll in the city rose to 9,248 with 46 new fatalities. India's total COVID-19 recoveries have crossed 56.6 lakh. This has boosted the national recovery rate to 84.7 per cent. This sustained high figure is fuelled by 17 states/UTs reporting recovery rate higher than the national average,” the Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-10-07 21:54(IST) 188 new COVID-19 cases, 272 recoveries in Ahmedabad; four dieThe COVID-19 tally in Ahmedabad district of Gujarat rose to 38,185 after 188 new cases were reported.As the virus claimed four more lives, the district's death toll rose to 1,851.2020-10-07 21:53(IST) TN reports 5,447 new COVID-19 casesTamil Nadu on Wednesday reported 5,447 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 6,35,855 while the death toll mounted to 9,984 with 67 more fatalities.The active cases stood at 45,135 with 5,524 patients getting discharged from various hospitals and cumulatively, 5,80,736 people have got cured.2020-10-07 21:52(IST) COVID tracker: Nearly 3,000 new cases in Mumbai; 16,715 recoveries in MaharashtraMumbai city, on Wednesday, reported whopping 2,848 new COVID-19 cases, much higher compared to the last few days. READ MORE2020-10-07 21:13(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report less than 50 cases; Ambernath sees a slight jumpUlhasnagar on Wednesday reported 36 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 9,492. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 611. With 53 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 8,569. Also, with two new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 312. Read more2020-10-07 20:58(IST) Pralhad Joshi tests positive for Covid-19Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Pralhad Joshi tested positive for Covid-19. "I have tested positive for #COVID19. As I am asymptomatic, as per dotors advise I in home quarantine,'' he tweeted. He is the second Union Minister to have been tested positive for the virus. Earlier, Suresh Angadi who had contracted the virus, died on September 23. Besides Angadi, Basavakalyan Congress MLA B Narayanara Rao had also died of Covid-19 on September 24.2020-10-07 20:34(IST) Mumbai reports 2,848 new casesMumbai on Wednesday reported 2,848 new cases. With this, the city's total tally now stands at 2,19,938. The city also registered 2,257 recoveries, taking the recovery rate to 83 per cent. With 46 new deaths, the death toll now stands at 9,245.2020-10-07 20:26(IST) Restrictions in placeElection Commission revises the norms concerning Star Campaigners for all ongoing and future elections during… https://t.co/UAh7byWUjp— ANI (@ANI) 16020825480002020-10-07 20:04(IST) Figures from GujuratGujarat reports 1311 new COVID-19 cases, 1414 discharges and 9 deaths today. Total cases in the state rise to 1,46,673, including 1,26,657 discharges and 3531 deaths. Active cases stand at 16,485: Government of Gujarat2020-10-07 19:27(IST) A new campaign to be launched tomorrowPM Narendra Modi to launch a campaign tomorrow on 'Jan Andolan for COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour'. The campaign wi… https://t.co/HipvJSJ3oE— ANI (@ANI) 16020789390002020-10-07 18:59(IST) Figures from DelhiDelhi reports 2,871 new #COVID19, 35 deaths and 3,370 recoveries/discharges/migrations in last 24 hours. Total case… https://t.co/EV56GADBvo— ANI (@ANI) 16020748860002020-10-07 17:53(IST) Mumbai gets a pat on the back from World Bank for its efforts to control COVID-19 in DharaviMonths after the World Health Organisation (WHO) heaped praises, Asia's largest slum Dharavi has received a pat on the back from the World Bank for its efforts to arrest COVID-19 spread. Dharavi, with a 6.5 lakh population is spread over an area of 2.5 square kilometers. Read more2020-10-07 16:57(IST) Bangladesh reports 1,520 new Covid casesBangladesh has logged 1,520 new Covid1-9 cases, pushing the tally to 373,151, health officials said on Wednesday.The death toll jumped to 5,440 following 35 fresh deaths across the country.The number of recoveries outpaced active cases in the same period as another 1,798 patients recovered from Covid-19 through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the total to 286,631, bdnews24 reported.A total of 13,032 samples were tested at 109 authorised labs across the country in the last 24 hours, with a positivity rate of 11.66 per cent, according to data released by the Health Directorate.The official figures put the recovery rate at 76.81 per cent, while the mortality rate stands at 1.46 per cent.2020-10-07 16:24(IST) In Covid times, I-T refunds Rs 1.22L Cr to 36L taxpayersIn pursuance of the exercise to meet liquidity needs of taxpayers during Covid-19 pandemic, the Income Tax Department has fast tracked its tax refund process and processed 35.93 lakh cases amounting to more than Rs 1,21,607 crore up to October 6 in FY21.The Income Tax Department has worked at breakneck speed to process the refund claims. It issued tax refunds at a speed of 76 cases per minute between April and June and continued the momentum well into October.In a tweet the Income Tax Department said that between April 1 and October 6, tax refunds of Rs 33,238 crore have been issued in 34,09,246 cases and corporate tax refunds of Rs 88,370 crore have been issued in 1,83,773 cases.Refunds of this magnitude and numbers have been issued completely electronically and have been directly deposited into the bank accounts of the taxpayers.2020-10-07 16:06(IST) Himachal Pradesh minister Suresh Bhardwaj tests positive for coronavirusHimachal Pradesh Urban Development Minister Suresh Bhardwaj has tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday, doctors said.He has been under home quarantine since October 2. Bhardwaj said his elder son tested negative, while the younger one tested positive on October 5.Bhardwaj said doctors have advised him to self-isolate after his younger son tested COVID-19 positive. The doctors also asked him to get tested in case any symptoms appear.2020-10-07 15:34(IST) NHRC urges action to protect victims of COVID-19The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has released an advisory suggesting urgent action to protect the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic, including children."Urgent action is required taking into account the constitutional obligations, domestic laws, the UNCRC's general principles and the SDGs to safeguard the lives and dignity of 39 per cent of India's population which was impacted due to the pandemic," the NHRC said.According to the Commission, there are reports of increased violence against children, both physical and sexual, child marriage, and child trafficking. Cases of child abuse and safety have also increased manifold during the lockdown is evidenced by the increase in calls to helplines. Concerns regarding the health and safety status of children in Child Care Institutions (CCIs) including the specific risk of being infected with Corona as well as barriers to children's access to justice as imposed by the lockdown were also reported."State action must balance out the discriminatory impact of COVID-19 on children such that increased vulnerabilities are addressed promptly," NHRC reiterated2020-10-07 15:25(IST) Mask, social distancing and washing hands are the only weapons to remain safe, in the absence of a COVID-19 vaccine. Campaign to raise awareness about these measures in public places will be kicked off soon: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar briefing media on cabinet decisions2020-10-07 14:55(IST) BMC conducts a health check-up of Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar'माझे कटुंब - माझी जबाबदारी' मोहिमेअंतर्गत बृहन्मुंबई महानगरपालिका @mybmcWardE चे डॉ. श्रीकांत व स्वयंसेवकांनी… https://t.co/6xobdJ1c3c— माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC (@mybmc) 16020623190002020-10-07 14:28(IST) 1,304 new COVID19 cases reported in Bihar yesterday, taking the total count of active cases to 12,572: State Health Department2020-10-07 13:28(IST) 132 police personnel tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours and 4 died, taking total positive cases to 24,386 in the force, including 21,593 recoveries, 2,536 active cases, and 257 deaths: Maharashtra Police2020-10-07 11:42(IST) India scales another peak with Recovery Rate leaping past 85 per cent. 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2020-10-07Maha: 1166 new COVID-19 cases in Thane; tally reaches 183942 - Outlook India
Maha: 1166 new COVID-19 cases in Thane; tally reaches 183942 Outlook October 07, 2020 12:34 IST Maha: 1166 new COVID-19 cases in Thane; tally reaches 183942 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Oct 7 (PTI)The COVID-19 tally in Maharashtra''s Thane district has risen to 1,83,942 with the addition of 1,166 new cases, an official said on Wednesday. The death toll reached 4,644 after 28 more patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Tuesday, he said. The official said the number of active COVID-19 cases in the district has now dropped to 8.78 per cent from 20 per cent in mid-September. As of now, there are 16,147 active COVID-19 cases in the district, while 1,63,151 patients have recovered, he said. The COVID-19 recovery rate in the district is 88.70 per cent, while the death rate is 2.52 per cent, he said. The district covers seven talukas- Thane, Kalyan, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Murbad, and Sahapur. Kalyan has so far reported the maximum number of COVID-19 cases at 44,392, followed by Thane city-38,944, Navi Mumbai-38,735 and Mira Bhayander-19,565, the official said. Out of the total deaths, Thane city has reported 1,035 fatalities, Kalyan-864, Navi Mumbai-788 and Mira Bhayander- 603, he said. PTI COR GK GK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Panel To Announce 2020 Nobel Prize For Chemistry Today Public Places Cannot Be Occupied 'Indefinitely': SC On Shaheen Bagh Protests Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals: 'Courageous' Suryakumar Yadav A Bright Spot For MI In IPL 2020 More from Outlook Magazine Delhi Diary: Being Sadia Dehlvi Wrapt In Divine Velveteen Status: Selfies, Not Sex Next Story : Pak’s COVID-19 caseload reaches 316,315 with 624 new cases Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-10-07Covid situation improves in Thane dist. - United News of India
Covid situation improves in Thane dist.Thane, Oct 7 (UNI) A number of Covid-19 cases have been dropped to 8.74 per cent from 20 per cent last month in Thane district, the district authorities said on Wednesday.With addition of 1166 cases, a tally has touched to 1,83,942. Similarly with 28 deaths, a tally hasreached to 4644, it said.The district covers seven talukas including Thane, Kalyan, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Murbad, and Sahapur.The official further said that the recovery rate of the district is 88.70%(163151) while the mortality is 2.52%(4644) and the active patients were 8.78%(16147) it added.UNI XR NV PR 1010
2020-10-07Thane sees 1.166 new Covid-19 cases; tally reaches 1,83,942 - Deccan Herald
Thane sees 1.166 new Covid-19 cases; tally reaches 1,83,942PTI, Thane, Oct 07 2020, 15:00 istupdated: Oct 07 2020, 15:01 istThe Covid-19 tally in Maharashtra's Thane district has risen to 1,83,942 with the addition of 1,166 new cases, an official said on Wednesday.The death toll reached 4,644 after 28 more patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Tuesday, he said.The official said the number of active Covid-19 cases in the district has now dropped to 8.78 per cent from 20 per cent in mid-September.As of now, there are 16,147 active Covid-19 cases in the district, while 1,63,151 patients have recovered, he said.The Covid-19 recovery rate in the district is 88.70 per cent, while the death rate is 2.52 per cent, he said.For latest updates on Coronavirus outbreak, click hereThe district covers seven talukas- Thane, Kalyan, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Murbad, and Sahapur.Kalyan has so far reported the maximum number of Covid-19 cases at 44,392, followed by Thane city-38,944, Navi Mumbai-38,735 and Mira Bhayander-19,565, the official said.Out of the total deaths, Thane city has reported 1,035 fatalities, Kalyan-864, Navi Mumbai-788 and Mira Bhayander- 603, he said.Also read; Covid-19 recoveries exceeded active cases by over 48 lakh: Health MinistryDeccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeThaneMaharashtraCOVID-19Coronavirus Related stories UK unveils job support boost to cover Covid-hit wages... Maharashtra Covid-19 tally crosses 15 lakh mark Women's T20 Challenge: Players to assemble on Oct 13... 'Maharashtra govt has no post Covid-19 economic plan'... Microsoft to let employees work from home permanently... Andhra Pradesh stresses on Covid Appropriate Behaviour What's BrewingWhose body? Bombay HC says sex work a woman’s choiceIn Yemen, children begin classes in the ruins of warHow this dance haven near Bengaluru shuts out the worldWhat’s special about bat viruses?Many sides of Novak Djokovic, out there for all to seeIf Biden wins communist Kamala will take over: Trump  DH Picks IPL 2020 Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals LIVE: RR... Live Some CSK batsmen think it's a government job: Sehwag... GDP to shrink by 9.5% in FY21; repo rate... A smart bandage that kills skin cancer cells with... PlayStation inventor starts new robot career for no pay...What's BrewingWhose body? Bombay HC says sex work a woman’s choiceIn Yemen, children begin classes in the ruins of warHow this dance haven near Bengaluru shuts out the worldWhat’s special about bat viruses?Many sides of Novak Djokovic, out there for all to seeIf Biden wins communist Kamala will take over: Trump What does your star sign say?Explore   National PoliticsNorth and CentralSouthEast and NortheastWest Karnataka Top StoriesPoliticsDistricts Bengaluru Top StoriesBengaluru CrimePoliticsInfrastructureLife in the City Sports CricketFormula 1 with DHFootballTennisSportsceneOther Sports Business Business NewsFamily FinanceTechnologyDH WheelsMultimediaVideosPhotos Opinion DH ViewsEditorialsPanoramaCommentIn PerspectiveRight in the Middle Entertainment Entertainment NewsDH ShowtimeDH TalkiesArts, Books & CultureRam Vilas Paswan passes awayTRP scam updatesUS Presidential Election 2020Bihar Assembly Elections 2020Coronavirus Live UpdatesCovid-19 state-wise tallyDH Picks IPL 2020 Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals LIVE: RR bowlers restrict DC to 184/8 Some CSK batsmen think it's a government job: Sehwag GDP to shrink by 9.5% in FY21; repo rate unchanged: RBI A smart bandage that kills skin cancer cells with heat PlayStation inventor starts new robot career for no payLatest stories Activists condemn Father Swamy's arrest Arms, ammunition seized in Manipur UK unveils job support boost to cover Covid-hit wages Ayodhya: Donations cross Rs 100 cr since 'bhoomi pujan' IAF personnel skydive in Leh on 88th IAF DayTrending news How Indian men cook a woman’s goose Scorpio Daily Horoscope - October 5, 2020 Sagittarius Daily Horoscope - October 3, 2020 Pisces Daily Horoscope - October 5, 2020 Aquarius Daily Horoscope - October 5, 2020Download DH APP Services About Epaper Archives Sitemap Classifieds ContactOur group sites Printers Mysore Prajavani Sudha MayuraDownload DH APP Privacy Policy Terms Disclaimer © 2020 The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd. We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve user experience. This includes personalising content and advertising. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies, revised Privacy Policy. Learn more I agree X We use cookies. Learn more X
2020-10-06COVID-19 October 6 Highlights: Maharashtra now has 2,47,023 active cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 6 Highlights: Maharashtra now has 2,47,023 active casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 6 Highlights: Maharashtra now has 2,47,023 active casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 6, 2020, 22:09 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageOn Tuesday, Maharashtra reported 12,258 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the total tally to 14,65,911. While the state creported 17,141 recoveries today, it also saw 370 new deaths. With this, the death toll now stands at 38,717. Maharashtra currently has 2,47,023 active cases. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 1 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: Mumbai registers over 1,500 cases, Dharavi reports 22 Mumbai on Tuesday reported 1,625 fresh cases as well as 47 new deaths. The city also saw 1966 recoveries/discharges. Mumbai currently hosts 23,976 active cases. Meanwhile, Dharavi has reported 22 new COVID-19 cases today. With this, the total number of cases stand at 3,280. The figure also includes 192 active cases and 2,795 discharges. COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar restaurants to remain open till 10 am; Badlapur, Ambernath report less than 40 fresh cases Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 30 new cases of coronavirus, with which the area's tally climbed to 9,456. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 620. With 24 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 8,526. Also, with three new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 310. Read more Veteran Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee tests positive for COVID-19 Veteran actor Soumitra Chatterjee, who has won Dadasaheb Phalke award and Legion of Honor, tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. He has been admitted to a private hospital in Kolkata and is stable. A medical board has been formed for his treatment. Read more Cinema halls to operate from October 15 with 50 per cent seating capacity, delivery of food items inside theatres prohibited The Union government on Tuesday released the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in terms of various generic precautionary measures to be adopted in addition to specific measures to be ensured during the exhibition of films to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had on September 30 announced that cinema halls, theatres, and multiplexes will be permitted to open with up to 50 per cent of their seating capacity from October 15. Read more Mumbai: COVID-19 hospitals run out of PPE kits as BMC fails to place orders With the BMC failing to finalise bulk orders for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for more than two months, the city’s COVID-19 hospitals are once again running out of kits, and are being forced to source them on their own. Regular shortages of kits, N95 masks, nitrile gloves, antiviral drug Remdesivir, etc, have marred the BMC’s fight against COVID-19. Read more COVID-19: Five heartwarming posts to make your day While it may be a new week, it's still quarantine. Many have taken this as an opportunity to indulge in some sleep, binge on their favourite shows, or pick up a new skill. Apart from hosting important information, the internet has become a hotspot for memes, music and art. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more RELATED NEWSMumbai: Dharavi sees a drop in new COVID-19 casesSep 15, 2020Mumbai: Dadar reports 40 new COVID-19 cases; 6 test positive in Dhara...Sep 06, 2020Mumbai: Only five COVID-19 positive case recorded in Dharavi on Sunda...Jul 12, 2020
2020-10-06COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar restaurants to remain open till 10 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath report less than - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar restaurants to remain open till 10 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath report less than 40 fresh casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar restaurants to remain open till 10 pm; Badlapur, Ambernath report less than 40 fresh casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Oct 6, 2020, 20:42 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 30 new cases of coronavirus, with which the area's tally climbed to 9,456. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 620. With 24 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 8,526. Also, with three new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 310. Out of the new cases today, 13 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-5, while 11 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4. Three people contracted the virus in Ulhasnagar-3, two in Ulhasnagar-1, and one person tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2. Meanwhile, restaurants in Ulhasnagar have started their dine-in services once again after a hiatus of six months as per the Unlock 5 guidelines. These restaurants, as well as bars, will operate with 50 per cent capacity from 9 am to 10 pm every day. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Covid-19 hospitals run out of PPE kits as BMC fails to place ordersWith the BMC failing to finalise bulk orders for PPE for more than two months, the city’s Covid-19 hospitals are once again running out of kits, and are being forced to source them on their own. Regular shortages of kits, N95 masks, nitrile gloves, anti-viral drug Remdesivir, etc, have marred the BMC’s fight against Covid-19. On the other hand, Ambernath saw 22 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total count to 6,552 and the death toll to 236. With a recovery rate of 90.58 per cent, as many as 5,935 patients have recovered from the virus and 381 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, the situation seems to have eased down a bit as the township saw less than 40 cases in the last 24 hours. The test reports of 35 persons came out to be positive on Tuesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 6,486 along with 77 deaths. So far, 6,073 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 336. Restaurants reopen in Mumbai with safety measures in place and 50 percent occupancy permitted19Restaurants 'unlock' in MumbaiThe hospitality industry took a massive hit when the coronavirus pandemic brought things to a grinding halt. Overnight, restaurants, hotels had to shut and once the lockdown was implemented, that shutdown extended for 6 months. It's only now in Unlock 5 that the Maharashtra government has allowed restaurants to re-open with only 50 percent occupancy permitted. Safety protocols have to be followed. Sanitisers, hygiene standards are all being put in place and monitored. It is going to be tough days ahead for the restaurant business that is hoping people are not completely spooked out by the virus that they stop eating out. On October 5, restaurants reopened for the first time in 6 months and from all early accounts, restaurateurs say they feel optimistic with what they have seen on Day 1. In this photo feature, we give you a glimpse of what eating out now looks like in the 'new normal'. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLAt a safe distanceRestaurants have been allowed to re-open and they can operate with 50 percent of tables being occupied. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLUnlock 5 allows restaurants to reopen in MumbaiPhoto by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLA slice of normalcy, as restaurants reopenPhoto by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLIn the hope that footfalls increasePhoto by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLOpen for businessPhoto by Deepak Turbhekar/ MMCLWhat eating out looks like in the new normalPhoto by Deepak Turbhekar/ MMCLCustomers trickle inPhoto by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLRestaurants reopened on October 5Photo by Deepak Turbhekar/ MMCL RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on ...Oct 05, 2020Couple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-10-05Maha sees low of 10,244 cases, recovery rate rises to 80% - Daily Pioneer
Maha sees low of 10,244 cases, recovery rate rises to 80% Tuesday, 06 October 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai Share TT TT 0 Maha sees low of 10,244 cases, recovery rate rises to 80% Tuesday, 06 October 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai In two welcome developments, Maharashtra on Monday recorded relatively low 10,244 Covid-19 infections –which is the lowest in a week-- and the recovery rate in the State touched 80 per cent, while 263 more people succumbed to coronavirus in various parts of the State. On a day when the total infections in Mumbai region –comprising Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Mira-Bhayandar, Palghar, Vasai-Virar, Raigad and Panvel—crossed 5 lakh infection mark to touch 5,02,583,  there was a drop in the number of infections in the state.  The infections came down to 10,244 from Sunday’s 13,702. With 13,702 fresh infections, the total number of infections jumped from 14,43,409 to 14,53,653.  Similarly, with 263 fresh deaths, the Covid-19 toll in the state mounted from 38,084 to 38,347.  On a day when 12,982 people were discharged from various hospitals in the state, the number of people discharged from various hospitals after full recovery since the second week of March this year went up to 11,49,603. The recovery rate in the state rose from 79.64 to 80 per cent. Of the total 263 deaths reported on Monday, Mumbai recorded a maximum of 47 deaths, followed by 30 deaths in Pune, 25 in Kolhapur, 20 in Nagpur, 17 in Thane, 15 in Satara, 14 in Jalna, 12 in Yavatmal, 11 in Sangli and 10 deaths each in Raigad and Nanded. In the lower range, there were 9 deaths in Nashik, 6 deaths each in Solapur and Bhandara, 5 each in Palghar, Latur and Amravati, 4 in Ahmednagar, 3 in Beed, 2 each in Jalgaon and Akola and one death each in Ratnagiri, Hingoli, Buldhana, Washim and Chandrapur. For the first time in more than four months, Aurangabad, recorded zero deaths, while  eight other districts also witnessed nil fatalities for the day. With 47 deaths, Mumbai’s Covid-19 toll went up from 9,108 to 9,155 while the infected cases rose by 1,836 to trigger a jump in the total infections from 213,652 to 215,488. Meanwhile, the mortality rate in the state stood at 2.64 per cent. The number of “active cases” in the state dropped marginally from Sunday’s figure of 2,55,281 to 2,52,277. Pune district, which continued to be the worst-affected city-district in Maharashtra, saw the total number of cases to up to 3,04,353, while the total number of deaths in Pune increased from 5972 to 6002. Thane district remained in the third spot --after Pune and Mumbai – with 1,95,325 total cases, while the pandemic toll rose from  5006 to 5023. Out of 71,69,887 samples sent to laboratories, 14,53,653 have tested positive (20.27 per cent) for COVID-19 until Monday. 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2020-10-05COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on Monday; Badlapur crosses 6000 recov - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on Monday; Badlapur crosses 6000 recoveriesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on Monday; Badlapur crosses 6000 recoveriesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Oct 5, 2020, 20:32 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 27 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,426. Also, with 47 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 8,502 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 614 while 309 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 27 new cases, 11 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by eight in Ulhasnagar-5, four in Ulhasnagar-3 and two each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel Dharavi reports 19 new COVID-19 cases on Monday; active cases in Dadar climb to 572Mahim saw a spike of 31 cases, taking the total number of cases to 3,389. With 2,828 recoveries till date, the number of active cases in the region now stands at 447. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 39 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 6,530. At present, 403 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 236 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 5,891 have recovered. Meanwhile, Badlapur witnessed 57 persons testing positive for the virus on Monday, with which the area's tally surged to 6,451 with 77 deaths. As many as 25 cases came up in Badlapur East, while the remaining were reported from Badlapur West. So far, 6,012 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 362 are currently undergoing treatment, taking the recovery rate to 93.19 per cent. Mask up, Mumbai!04:01 RELATED NEWSCouple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020
2020-10-05COVID-19 October 5 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 10,244 fresh cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 October 5 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 10,244 fresh casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 October 5 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 10,244 fresh casesMirror Online / Updated: Oct 5, 2020, 21:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageOver the past week, Maharashtra is seeing a gradual decline in daily COVID-19 cases being reported. On Monday, the state reported 10,244 new cases, taking the total tally to 14,53,653. The state also reported 263 deaths and 12,982 discharges today. With this, the total number of recoveries climbed to 11,62,585. The death toll stands at 38,347. The state currently hosts 2,52,277 active cases. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of October 1 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: COVID-19 tracker: 1,812 new coronavirus cases, 47 deaths in Mumbai in last 24 hours The number of COVID-19 cases continues to remain high in the maximum city. However, on a positive note, 3,502 patients were discharged after recovery. So far, 1.79 lakh patients have recovered. READ MORE Good News: Nearly 13,000 COVID-19 patients recovered in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours In some positive development for Maharashtra, the number of COVID-19 cases continued to dip for the sixth day on Monday. READ MORE Dharavi reports 19 new COVID-19 cases on Monday; active cases in Dadar climb to 572 Asia's largest slum colony and a former hotspot of the city, Dharavi, reported 19 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. The number of daily cases in the area had gone down to as little as two in the last month. However, with new cases emerging every day, Dharavi has once again gone back to recording a double-digit case count every day. Read more here COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases on Monday; Badlapur crosses 6,000 recoveries Ulhasnagar reported 27 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,426. Also, with 47 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 8,502 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. Read more here Unlock 5: Education Ministry issues guidelines for reopening schools after October 15 amid COVID-19 The Union Ministry of Education Ministry on Monday issued guidelines for reopening of schools after October 15 during the Unlocked 5 phase. The guidelines have been issued in accordance with the Department of School Education and Literacy (DoSEL). Read more here COVAXIN to use ViroVax’s adjuvant for effective, lasting immunity Vaccine innovator, Bharat Biotech, has announced that its novel coronavirus vaccine COVAXIN approved for human trials, will use adjuvant Alhydroxiquim-II to boost immune response and for long-lasting immunity. The technology is being used under a licencing agreement with Kansas-based ViroVax LLC. Read more here Mumbai: Bidi workers struggle amid COVID-19 lockdown Maharashtra government's decision to ban loose bidis to curb coronavirus and discourage smoking has added to the woes of 5,500 bidi workers in Mumbai who have become jobless amid the lockdown. The bidi workers and unions expressed fear that one of the oldest working communities in the city, may soon disappear without help. Read more here COVID-19: Five posts to drive away the Monday blues Has your week begun with some Monday blues? Fear not, for we've got you covered. Social media has now become a haven for memes, art, and some feel-good content. And we've collated some of the best ones to kick your week off on a good note. Read more here RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 September 10 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 23,446 new ca...Sep 10, 2020COVID-19: Maharashtra reports 12,614 fresh casesAug 16, 2020COVID-19: Maharashtra reports 12,248 fresh casesAug 10, 2020
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2020-10-04Mumbai Crime: Four doctors from Kalyan booked for forging death certificates - Mid-Day
The Kalyan police recently booked four doctors of a private hospital for forging death certificates of the last three years. According to police officials, the accused doctors used fake signatures and stamp of a senior doctor from a civic-run hospital to give fake death certificates to deceased families. Also Read: Father tries to rape 9-year-old daughter, arrested The incident came to light recently when the doctors gave a death certificate to a deceased family who tested positive for COVID-19, reports Hindustan Times. Complainant Arun Chandel, who is based with Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar had registered a case at Kalyan's Kolshewadi police station under Sections 465, 467, 471, and 34 of the Indian Penal Code. "We have registered a case on Thursday on the complaint of Chandel and are further investigating the matter. The accused have been forging death certificates from 2017. At present, we've got confirmation about a single death certificate and will check further on how many such forged death certificates were prepared in the last three years," Kiran Wagh, assistant police inspector, Kolshewadi police station said. Read the latest crime stories in Mumbai and rest of India Police officials said that the forging had started three years ago after Chandel had left the hospital. Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news First Published: 04 October, 2020 12:30 IST Tags kalyanCoronaviruslockdownmumbai crime newsCrime News Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Mumbai Khabar: Anurag Kashyap questioned for 8 hours by the police; small restaurants to remain shut Related News Mumbai: Bedrooms, courtyards turn into exam halls Mumbai Crime: Burglars break into liquor shop in Kalyan, flee with alcohol worth Rs 68,000 Mumbai: Patients find worms in dinner served at Kalyan's COVID centre Top Stories Watson du Plessis blow Kings XI Punjab away, lead CSK to 10-wicket win Now, Boman Irani teaches you how to write films Shweta Tiwari is ageing like a wine and these pictures are proof Remember Hate Story fame Paoli Dam? Here's what she is up to Vicky Kaushal visits Katrina's house, spends some time with the actress 'Gandhi was master choreographer of his own image' Four doctors from Kalyan booked for forging death certificates Loading... Recommended Videos RHA TrueConnect 2 earphone review | Technophile Jaison Lewis Easy To Cook Recipes: Mocha Chocolate Icebox Cake Recipe Malaika Arora snapped after recovering from COVID-19 in Mumbai I regret taking some wrong decisions, says Pankaj Tripathi Latest News Watson, du Plessis blow Kings XI Punjab away, lead Chennai Super Kings to 10-wicket win NCB deputy director who interrogated Deepika Padukone in drug case, tests positive for COVID-19 Arjun Bijlani quarantines himself after his wife tests COVID-19 positive Aim to cover 25 crore with COVID-19 vaccine by July: Harsh Vardhan Hindi News Health Education Nai Dunia Inext Her Zindagi Radio City Gujarati News Urdu News Mid-Day Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Android Telegram Subscribe Sunday mid-day Subscription Ad Booking About Us Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Authors Sitemap RSS Copyright © 2020 Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd. All Rights Reserved. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK
2020-10-03Hathras gang rape: Cousin brother told- 'My sister was about to get married, postponed from Corona' - Pledge Times
Hathras gang rape: Cousin brother told- ‘My sister was about to get married, postponed from Corona’ by Bhavi Mandalia October 4, 2020 in Trend 0 Highlights: Hathras gang-rape victim’s cousin lives in Mumbai Brother told that soon sister was to get married The wedding was postponed due to the Corona crisis I would not have to see all this if I got married Mumbai The Hathras victim was scheduled to get married this year, but the marriage was halted due to the lockdown. Had it been married, it might not have happened. The victim’s cousin has said this. His brother lives in Ulhasnagar, Mumbai and is a driver. The cousin lives in Dhobighat area of ​​Ulhasnagar. He told that the victim had three sisters. One of these girls is married. The second daughter is unmarried. The victim was the youngest daughter. He was also engaged. Her marriage was pushed forward due to Corona. If married, it might not have happened. News seen on tvHe explains that the sister worked in the fields. The parents’ hands were shared. He was shocked when he saw the news on TV about the incident 6 days later. The sister was not very educated. She was also tried for rape earlier. Hathras: Savarna Samaj united in support of the accused, said- all innocent ‘Racist climax’He explains that the village has only three houses of the Valmiki community. Casteism is extreme in the village. Casteism has killed a sister. He says that he raped and beat her brutally. When the rape was tried for the first time, the accused ran away after hearing the aunt’s voice. He is unable to go to the village due to lack of tickets. Nominal picture .
2020-10-02Maharashtras COVID-19 tally soars to 14.16 lakh; recovery rate stands at 78.91% - Republic World - Republic World
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At present, there are 2,60,876 active cases in the state. With 13,294 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 11,17,720.  424 deaths- 87 from Panvel, 42 each from Mumbai and Satara, 38 from Pune, 29 from Nagpur, 24 from Nashik, 20 each from Sangli and Solapur, 8 each from Osmanabad and Pimpri Chinchwad, 7 each from Navi Mumbai, Kolhapur and Wardha, 6 each from Latur and Vasai Virar, 5 each from Thane, Jalgaon, Aurangabad and Yavatmal, 4 each from Chandrapur, Beed, Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri and Ahmednagar, three each from Ulhasnagar, Raigad, Hingoli, Nanded and Wardha, two each from Gondia, Dhule and Bhiwandi and one each from Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayandar, Nandurbar, Parbhani, Akola and Buldhana were reported on Friday.  Until now, a total of 37,480 persons in the state have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 69,60,203 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 21,94,347 persons are under home quarantine, 29,051 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stand at 20.35%, 78.91%, and 2.65% respectively.  Read: Make Gandhiji's 'atmanirbhar Bharat' Dream A Reality: Maha Guv Today,newly15591patients have been tested as positive in the state. Also newly13294 patients have been cured today,totally1117720 patients are cured & discharged from the hospitals Total Active patients are 260876The patient recovery rate in the state is78.91%.#MeechMazaRakshak — Rajesh Tope (@rajeshtope11) October 2, 2020 Read: COVID-19: Maha Approves Rs 634 Cr For Medicine Purchases Fadnavis alleges shortage of Remdesivir Earlier in the day, former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis alleged that there is a huge shortage of Remdesivir in the state. The Ministry of Health has approved its restricted emergency use on COVID-19 patients with moderate disease. Mentioning that the state was registering nearly 20,000 cases and 450 deaths per day, Fadnavis stressed the need to ensure adequate stock of this antiviral drug. Contesting the state government's stand, he contended that poor patients in several districts were facing tremendous problems owing to the non-availability of Remdesivir. Moreover, he claimed that more poor novel coronavirus patients were dying as they were unable to buy this drug from the chemist. The Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly also highlighted that black marketing of Remdesivir is on the rise. He called upon the state government to ensure that it is given to poor patients for free in both the government as well as private hospitals. 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2020-10-02Civic body failed to control Covid-19 mortality rate in Ulhasnagar: Report - Times of India
Civic body failed to control Covid-19 mortality rate in Ulhasnagar: ReportCivic body failed to control Covid-19 mortality rate in Ulhasnagar: ReportPradeep Gupta | TNN | Oct 2, 2020, 15:04 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: Ulhasnagar municipal corporation has failed to control Covid-19 mortality rate in Ulhasnagar city, where the recovery rate of coronavirus patients in September was highest in the country, showed health reports. The city in August had reported highest death rate of 9.36% in the country, but in September, the rate had reduced up to 5.36%, which is still highest in entire Thane district, which have seven municipal corporations and two municipal councils. The remaining other corporations in the district having mortality rate between 1.46% to 3.50%. As per the Ulhasnagar Municipal corporation data, Ulhasnagar reported 1,367 Covid-19 patients and 73 deaths between September 1 to September 30. The city till Wednesday had reported total 9,172 patients, out of which total 299 patients have died so far. The city last month reported 93.50% recovery rate during time civic body team, which was appreciated across the country. The health reports showed that presently, the recovery rate of patients in city is 90%, out of which total 9,172 patients 8,258 have got cured. The overall mortality rate of the city is around 3.20% but it looks for last two months civic body failed to control mortality rate. However, when asked about the issue, Dr Raja Dayanidhi, Commissioner of Ulhasnagar Municipal corporation said, "In the month of September, out of total 73 deaths shown in health report, 47 deaths happened in August, but as it was reported late from hospitals, it was included in September month due to which deaths are showing 73, while in reality only 26 deaths were reported in September and mortality rate is only 1.89%". Interestingly, earlier in August, when the state's health department data was showing that Ulhasnagar has highest (16.5%) mortality rate in the country, civic body officials had denied accepting state's data showing on record that city has mortality rate of 9.36% and now UMC claims that 47 deaths were reported in August and the numbers were included in September, which clearly indicates that their is some goof up in numbers of patient deaths in the city. 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2020-10-01Owner of wine shop stabbed over Rs 500 - Mumbai Mirror
Owner of wine shop stabbed over Rs 500You are in an offline modeOwner of wine shop stabbed over Rs 500ByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Oct 1, 2020, 06:19 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEThe customer claimed he had paid the shop owner and they had an argument. A wine shop owner was stabbed by an angry customer over a Rs 500 dispute. While the customer claimed he had paid the shop owner, the latter claimed otherwise. The incident took place at Rose Wine Shop, Maharal Village, Kalyan. The police said on Tuesday night one Govind Premprakash Verma, a resident of Ulhasnagar, had gone to buy whiskey at the shop. “There was a big crowd. Verma claimed he had paid Rs 500 to the shop owner, Dharampal Singh. Singh claimed he did not receive any money,” said senior inspector of Titwala station, Balaji Pandhare. However, Verma claimed he had paid Rs 500 to the shop owner and they had an argument. Verma stabbed Singh and the shop manager. “We have booked Verma under Section 326 of the Indian Penal Code [voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons or means] and have arrested him,” Pandhare said. The incident took place in Kalyan RELATED NEWSBengaluru riots: Locals say innocents being targetedAug 14, 2020Watch: 14-year-old boy tied, dragged, thrashed by uncle for not going...Aug 13, 2020Tonsured Dalit youth seeks President nod to the Naxalite movement; sa...Aug 11, 2020
2020-10-01Mumbai Crime: Man stabs wine shop owner, managers with hammer and scissors in Ulhasnagar - Mid-day
The Titwala police on Wednesday arrested a 32-year-old man for allegedly stabbing a wine shop owner and his two employees with hammer and scissors. According to police officials, the fight took place over payment of Rs 500. With the help of the CCTV footage, the accused was identified as Govind Prem Prakash Verma, a resident of Ulhasnagar. Also Read: Burglars break into liquor shop in Kalyan, flee with alcohol worth Rs 68,000 Speaking to Hindustan Times, sub-inspector Vijay Surv of Titwala police station said, "He was arrested on Wednesday and will be produced in court on Thursday. The accused said that he committed the crime under the influence of alcohol." The alleged incident took place at 8.13 pm on Monday at Roz Wines shop at Maharal in Titwala. In his complaint, wine shop manager Laxmi Ahuja (42) claimed that the accused came to the shop and said he had paid Rs 500 to purchase alcohol. "Ahuja denied this, saying that they had never seen the accused before. He asked Verma to wait till they checked the CCTV footage to clear the confusion. Instead of waiting, Verma left the shop and returned 15 minutes later with a hammer and scissors. He entered the shop and started assaulting Ahuja, another manager and shop owner Dharmapal Vanjani," a police officer said. Read the latest crime stories in Mumbai and rest of India In the alleged assault, shop owner Vanjani, Ahuja and the other shop manager were injured and are undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Titwala. The Titwala police registered a case of assault and attempt to murder against Verma after verifying the entire incident on the CCTV footage of the shop. Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news First Published: 01 October, 2020 12:03 IST Tags ulhasnagarlockdownmumbai policemumbai crime newsCrime News Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Mumbai Crime: Man kills model after sex, stuffs body in suitcase Related News COVID-19: Despite extended lockdown, doubling rate in MMR same Mumbai Crime: 32-year-old man arrested for killing senior citizen in Ulhasnagar Mumbai Crime: Dacoity bid foiled in Ulhasnagar; five held Top Stories 'Why was the previous Maharashtra govt lying about Kanjurmarg?' Youth give up Mumbai jobs to work for rural development Sara turns 23: Rare photos, lesser-known facts about Sachin's daughter Revisiting Prince and Yuvika's special moments from their wedding These photos of Shakti Mohan prove she is a dancing diva Aditya Narayan: Marriage with Shweta Agarwal should happen by Nov, Dec Police crack Vasai ATM theft case, recovers money; accused on the run Loading... Recommended Videos Divyendu V Sharmaa aka Munna Bhaiya reacts to Boycott Mirzapur 2 trend! Mumbai: Netizens react to power failure with hilarious memes Sudden power cut in Mumbai disrupts life Munna Bhaiyya goes even madder this time, says Divyendu Sharma Latest News Devendra Fadnavis 'violated oath of office, secrecy' while commenting on Aarey: Sena SC allows NEET part-2 on Oct 14, for students who couldn't appear due to restrictions Govt LTC scheme: Employees may have to spend over Rs 1 lakh for reimbursement Varun Dhawan congratulates Tahira Kashyap Khurrana for her new book, The 12 Commandments Of Being A Woman Hindi News Health Education Nai Dunia Inext Her Zindagi Radio City Gujarati News Urdu News Mid-Day Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Android Telegram Subscribe Sunday mid-day Subscription Ad Booking About Us Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Authors Sitemap RSS Copyright © 2020 Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd. All Rights Reserved. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK

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