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April-2020 News & Updates from the City of Ulhasnagar/Sindhunagar, Maharashtra, India. Ulhasnagar City News indexed across timeline for easy retrieval.

2020-04-30Six new Covid cases in Kalyan - Hindustan Times
2020-04-30Six new Covid cases in Kalyan - Hindustan Times
2020-04-30Maharashtra: Kalyan MP distributes food grain packets to 55000 auto rickshaw drivers - Times of India
Maharashtra: Kalyan MP distributes food grain packets to 55000 auto rickshaw driversMaharashtra: Kalyan MP distributes food grain packets to 55000 auto rickshaw driversPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Apr 30, 2020, 21:21 ISTKALYAN: Looking at auto rickshaw drivers who have lost their daily earnings since was nationwide lockdown implemented last month, the Kalyan Lok Sabha MP Dr Shrikant Shinde through his NGO on Thursday started distributing food grains packets to all 55000 auto rickshaw drivers in his constituency. Shinde on Thursday through his NGO MP Shrikant Shinde Foundation started distributing food grains packets and it will take atleast 10 days to distribute all packets. Shinde has distributed food packets in all six assembly areas coming under his Lok Sabha area. Kalyan Lok Sabha area comprises six assembly seats Kalyan (East), Kalyan (Rural), Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Mumbra. The food grains packets include 4 kg rice, 2 kg wheat flour and 1 kg Dal. Talking to TOI, Shinde said, "Due to lockdown I was getting complaint from many auto rickshaw drivers in my region that they have lost their savings and now they are not having money to buy essential items, that's why I decided to help them through my NGO". Shinde said once he is done with distributing food grains packets to auto rickshaw drivers in his Lok Sabha area than he will also distribute food grains to rickshaw drivers in his neighbouring areas like Kalyan (West) and Titwala. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! 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2020-04-2987-year-old tests positive a day after her death in Ulhasnagar; Kalyan-Dombivli get 13 new cases - Times of India
87-year-old tests positive a day after her death in Ulhasnagar; Kalyan-Dombivli get 13 new cases87-year-old tests positive a day after her death in Ulhasnagar; Kalyan-Dombivli get 13 new casesPradeep Gupta | TNN | Apr 30, 2020, 01:36 ISTImage used for representational purpose onlyULHASNAGAR: A day after an 87-year-old retired civic staffer died during treatment in Ulhasnagar, her Covid-19 test reports came positive. The woman, who died on Tuesday, was a resident of Forwar line area , one of biggest slum pockets of Ulhasnagar. The development has locals and civic authorities worried. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, 13 more patients from Kalyan- Dombivli tested positive, taking its total tally to 156, including three deaths. The 13 patients include eight who work in essential services such as hospitals, the police and in pharma companies in Mumbai where they got infected while on duty. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! Order Nowmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCoronavirus casesCoronavirus test centersCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaUSCIRF reportCoronavirus updateCoronainvirus in India liveMHA GuidelinesUddhav ThackerayCoronavirus in DelhiPunjab newsUGC GuidelinesCoronavirus VaccineLATEST VIDEOSMumbaiCovid-19: Cops attacked for attempting to stop mass gathering in Aurangabad Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan laid to rest at Versova graveyard CityBollywood actor Irrfan Khan passes away at 53 Shocking: Man brutally kills, mutilates two sadhus in Bulandshahr Covid-19: Cops above 55 asked to go on leave in Mumbai COVID-19: Noida registers 14 new cases, city tally climbs to 129 More from TOIRamadan 2020: Healthy recipes you can try thisThese foods can clean your lungs naturally!Top products to make your “work from home” life easyAmazon Audible: Listen to the best of audiobooks by starting your free trial todayNavbharat 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 TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsCoronavirus cases in IndiaUSCIRF reportCoronavirus updateCoronainvirus in India liveMHA GuidelinesUddhav ThackerayCoronavirus in DelhiPunjab newsUGC GuidelinesCoronavirus VaccineKim Jong UnDU Academic CalendarNEET Supreme Court NewsCovid 19 Guidelines IndiaFace Masks IndiaCoronavirus newsHoroscope 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 webHindi MoviesTamil MoviesTelugu MoviesColon InfectionKajal Sexy VideoKiku ShardaRIP Irrfan KhanShah Rukh KhanAnjana Singh Sexy VideoTrending topicsJacqueline FernandezIrrfan Audio ClipIrrfan Death ReactionsIrrfan Khan DeathKanika KapoorKatrina KaifRandeep HoodaIrrfan Khan MoviesIrrfan Khan’s FuneralFans Mourn Irrfan's DemiseAamir KhanJio Data OfferiPhone SEEmail ScamWhatsapp Update for iOSBangalore LockdownHyderabad LockdownCoronavirus in ChennaiFollow 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
2020-04-29Ulhasnagar records first Covid death - Hindustan Times
2020-04-29Ulhasnagar records first Covid death - Hindustan Times
2020-04-28Thane: Essential service shops to be shut in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Thane: Essential service shops to be shut in UlhasnagarThane: Essential service shops to be shut in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Apr 28, 2020, 06:49 ISTPicture used for representational purpose onlyKALYAN: Essential services shops in Ulhasnagar have been ordered by the civic body to remain shut till Thursday after a local tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday. However, medical services are exempted. This is the second case in the city. Eight more people tested positive within Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) limits, taking the total positive cases in the twin city to 137. After KDMC stopped people from stepping out to even buy essentials, except for medical emergencies, the city has been deserted. Late Monday evening, KDMC issued a fresh order, allowing shops selling milk to remain open till 10 am. The KDMC and police have asked shopkeepers dealing in essentials like groceries, vegetables and fruits to leave shutters half open to preempt crowding of customers. Grocery were dropped at doorsteps by volunteers appointed by KDMC. Some people complained that shopkeepers were refusing home delivery if the bill total was less than Rs 500, making it difficult for them to procure essentials. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! 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2020-04-28Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your city - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateMumbai LockdownMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberCoronavirus in ThaneMumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Apr 28, 2020, 09:34 ISTDeserted view of Eastern Express Highway amid lockdown (file photo)Amid prevalent chaos and uncertainty over access to the essential services and commodities during the lockdown, we bring you the latest updates from your city. * Update at 9.24am: Death toll due to Covid-19 rises to 934 in country; cases climb to 29,435, reports PTI quoting Union health ministry * Update at 8.23am: Mumbai Police officials have asked cops above 55 years of age and with existing ailments to go on leave in a bid to protect them from Covid-19 *Essential services shops in Ulhasnagar have been ordered by the civic body to remain shut till Thursday after a local tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday. *50% of Mumbai’s containment zone population now just in Dharavi Almost 15% of the nearly nine lakh residents of the city’s biggest slum, Dharavi, are now in Covid-19 containment zones, accounting for half the city’s containment zone population. *A nine-month-pregnant woman experiencing cramps was denied admission by three hospitals in Bandra, including a civic-run facility, on Monday because she did not have a Covid-19 test. *75% private nursing homes open, BMC warns the rest of action In an inspection carried out to see if all private nursing homes and dispensaries in the city were working, the civic health department found 1,068 (75%) of the 1,416 nursing homes and 89 of the 99 dialysis centres were operational. *Maharashtra energy minister Nitin Raut on Monday demanded a special economic package for the power sector due to the lockdown and enlistment of electricity as an essential commodity by the Centre. 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2020-04-28IAS officer SJ Kunte appointed to oversee COVID-19 situation in MMR - Mumbai Mirror
IAS officer SJ Kunte appointed to oversee COVID-19 situation in MMRYou are in an offline modeIAS officer SJ Kunte appointed to oversee COVID-19 situation in MMRBy Yogesh NaikYogesh Naik, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Apr 28, 2020, 08:25 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational Image. Photo: APAdditional Chief Secretary (general administration) SJ Kunte was on Monday appointed in-charge of the regions except Mumbai in the government’s efforts to contain Covid-19. A 1985-batch IAS officer, Kunte was the BMC chief and also the additional municipal commissioner. Sources said that Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta brought in Kunte for the rest of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) as there wasn’t enough supervision in these areas. Increased supervision outside Mumbai was also one of the recommendations of the Central team that visited the MMR. Follow LIVE updates on coronavirus outbreak here: Apart from Mumbai, the MMR consists of Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayandar, Ambernath, Kulgaon-Badlapur, Ulhasnagar, Vasai-Virar, and Panvel. In Mumbai, apart from BMC chief Praveen Pardeshi, there’s Mumbai Maritime Board chief N Ramaswami to oversee work at SevenHills Hospital, IAS officer Ashwini Bhide who handles the BMC war room, chief protocol officer Manisha Mhaiskar who is in-charge of Nair Hospital, and Prajakta Verma who is coordinating with COVID warriors. Then there is Additional Chief Secretary Sujata Saunik who is overseeing work at GT, St George’s and JJ Hospital. Untitled Carousel Super Machine Doubles City's Testing MuscleNashik private lab hands over US-manufactured machine to JJ free of cost. Major boost to Mumbai’s fight against coronavirus RELATED NEWSTracking Covid-19: How the coronavirus spread in Vasai-VirarApr 20, 2020Palghar: 17 COVID-19 positive cases reported on Saturday, Vasai-Virar...Apr 18, 2020Navi Mumbai cases rise to 28, hospital emptied for Covid-19 patientsApr 07, 2020 Millionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeContribute to the Uber Care Driver Fund.Uber CareNow with annual Toppr Online Education subscription.*Dell IndiaZomato employee destroys his motorcycle after this happens!Deepsy SiteD’mart cashier quit his job in the best 'possible' way!Dailyblog BestLearn while you Quarantine!Meluha Educational Society Get your first deal on us - up to $50iFOREXNavigate your Hybrid Cloud JourneyHPE GreenLakeRefresh, revive & hydrate skin this summer, naturallymoha:Domino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterRoyalHub LifeApply for UG degree programs @NMIMS, top university in IndiaNMIMS Deemed to be UniversityBuy CKC’s paper-gold™️ online + signature rate protection.C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewell
2020-04-27Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your city - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona CasesMumbai LockdownMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberDharavi CoronavirusMumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Apr 27, 2020, 22:46 ISTMUMBAI: Amid prevalent chaos and uncertainty over access to the essential services and commodities during the lockdown, we bring you the latest updates from Mumbai. *Update at 10.46pm: Maharashtra recorded its highest single-day Covid-19 death toll at 27, the biggest jump in casualties since 25 people succumbed to the dreaded virus on April 9, health officials said here on Monday.(ANI) *Update at 9.13pm: Mumbai reports 395 new Covid-19 cases, taking the tally to 5,589. With 15 more fatalities, death toll mounts to 219, PTI quotes BMC. *Update at 8.44pm: Maharashtra reports 522 new Covid-19 cases, taking the tally to 8,590; with 27 deaths, the toll mounts to 369, PTI quotes health official. *Update at 8.37pm: 15 personnel from the Bangur Nagar police station in north Mumbai have been quarantined after an accused they had arrested tested positive for Covid-19. The accused was held in a theft case. He was taken to prison but authorities refused him admission unless a Covid test was done. The police then took him to JJ Hospital where he tested positive *Update at 8.09pm: A Kalyan based mutton trader lodged case against unidentified persons after fake message went viral on social media saying that his family is affected with Covid-19. Meanwhile a chicken trader in Ulhasnagar was booked for not wearing mask while selling chicken violating order. *Update at 7.57pm: 11 Tablighi Jamaat members from Indonesia were arrested on April 23 after their quarantine period concluded. Initially, 10 were quarantined and 1 had tested positive. The Arrest was made after the results came negative. They've been remanded to Police custody till April 28, informs DCP Zone 9. *Update at 7.35pm: 10 members of Tablighi Jamaat arrested for visa violations in Maharashtra. *Update at 7.33pm: Maharashtra energy minister Nitin Raut on Monday demanded special economic package for the power sector due to lockdown period and enlist electricity in the list of essential commodities by the Centre. Raut made this demand during the power purchase review meeting with private power producers by using video conferencing on Monday. The meeting was held to ensure power supply during the lockdown period. *Update at 6.45pm: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Mayor Kishori Pednekar on Monday informed that the total number of containment zones in the city is now 1036.(ANI) *Update at 5.32pm: 56-yr-old Mumbai traffic cop dies of coronavirus, confirms Mumbai Police. *Update at 3.59pm: Mumbai mayor Kishori Pednekar, a former nurse, has taken to her uniform once again at BMC's Nair Hospital to give moral support to health workers. Pednekar volunteered to serve as a nurse as the deadly coronavirus has infected over 5000 people in Mumbai. *Update at 3.55pm: MIDC , the apex industrial body in Maharashtra, has rejected around 50% of vehicle passes, in the last two days, applied by units in Thane district that comprises several industrial estates in the MMR. Those applications rejected were ticked for bus/mini bus but numbers given were of four-wheelers, that would compromise with the strict condition of social distancing. *Update at 3.17pm: Bombay HC today rejected a plea by a resident who sought interim orders to restrain BMC from allowing burial of dead bodies of deceased who are infected with Covid – 19 in Muslim Cemetery situated at H/W Ward Konkani Muslim Cemetery No. 80, Khoja Sunnat Jamat Kabrastan Bandra West and KhojaIsna Ashari Jammat Kabrastan Bandra West. Update at 2.50pm: Danger of Covid-19 is far from over and hence constant vigilance is of paramount importance: PM to CMs Update at 2.30pm: Efforts of states should be directed towards converting Covid-19 red zones into orange and then to green zones, PM tells CMs Update at 1.56pm: At least 22 persons, including a Magistrate, court staffers and police personnel have been quarantined after a person accused of theft and break-in tested Covid-19 positive, official sources said here on Monday. Update at 1.05pm: The mortality rate in Maharashtra due to coronavirus is 4.24 per cent said the State Health Department on Monday. Update at 12.20pm: Mumbai has recorded a dramatic fall in the number of deaths due to rail and road accidents amid the novel coronavirus-induced lockdown, officials said. Eight people lost their lives on Mumbai's suburban rail network in April, a stark contrast to the 143 lives lost a month before, an official said on Monday. Update at 11.34am: Maharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise to 8,068 with 440 new infections; death toll mounts to 342 with 19 more fatalities. Update at 11am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds video conference with the Chief Ministers of all States on Covid-19 situation Update at 10.06am: Blood samples of 4 Covid-19 survivors has tested positive for antibodies. Their plasma will now be used to treat other patients. BMC appeals other also who've recovered to come forward&help others recover by opting for Plasma Donation, reports ANI quoting Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation Update at 9.30am: Death toll due to Covid-19 rises to 872 in country; cases climb to 27,892: Union health ministry Curbs to be lifted only in rural areas, says CMChief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday indicated that the lockdown in the worst-hit red zones, especially Mumbai and Pune, may be extended beyond May 3 while a few, relatively incident-free districts in rural areas could see easing of curbs to allow “economic activity to resume”. A final decision will be taken after May 3, he added. Every ward now has an ACP as a nodal officer to enforce lockdown in hotspotsTo keep a tight check on containment zones, the BMC and the police have appointed nodal officers in each of the 24 wards for better implementation of lockdown rules. Officials said it has been observed that in many containment zones, people have been observed to move around to shop for essentials, thus posing a risk to others. BMC officials claim that the civic body has taken responsibility to make arrangements for the delivery of essential commodities in containment zones and the police need to ensure that people strictly follow lockdown rules. Mumbai, three districts in pan-India study to gauge community spreadThe city and three other districts in the state will be part of a pan-India seroprevalence study conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to gauge the community spread of Covid-19. Samples from 10 randomly selected households from seven city wards will be collected on April 29 and 30 in the first phase. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! 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2020-04-26Navi Mumbai organisation looks to bridge divide with relief work - The Hindu
Navi Mumbai organisation looks to bridge divide with relief work Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Watch: What will be affected and what will we available during a lockdown? News Cities Mumbai Mumbai Navi Mumbai organisation looks to bridge divide with relief work Raina Assainar Navi Mumbai, April 27, 2020 02:23 IST Updated: April 27, 2020 02:28 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Hand in need : Volunteers of Quran-The Truth Foundation distributing dry rations at Nerul.   Raina Assainar Navi Mumbai, April 27, 2020 02:23 IST Updated: April 27, 2020 02:28 IST QTTF donates meals across Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai A charitable organisation in Navi Mumbai has been carrying out relief work with the sole aim of bridging differences between communities. Quran-The Truth Foundation (QTTF) has been donating dry rations and meals irrespective of community, across Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai.“The COVID-19 pandemic has brought untold suffering to all, especially the economically weaker sections of society. It is our responsibility to mitigate their suffering by extending a helping hand. From day one of the national lockdown, we have been supplying groceries to people from all communities,” said Dr. K.P. Sherif, president and trustee, QTTF.The foundation has been able to feed close to 2,000 people at Govandi, Mumbra, Panvel, Ulhasnagar, Titwala, Taloja, Cheetah Camp, Ulwe and Nerul. “The packing and distribution was carried out by maintaining social distancing, washing hands, and wearing masks. The volunteers tutored the beneficiaries on the importance of these aspects in fighting the dreaded disease,” said Nasrullah Khassim, treasurer and founder trustee of QTTF. The kits being distributed consist of 5 kg rice, 1 kg sugar, 1 kg dal, and 500 gm tea leaves. The organisation also plans to include sanitisers and masks.QTTF identifies the location after assessing the ground report submitted by local organisations and community leaders. “We have about five volunteers in the organisation and two at the local level where distribution is carried out. 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2020-04-23Covid: 42 new cases detected in Thane - United News of India
Covid: 42 new cases detected in ThaneThane, Apr 23 (UNI) With addition of 42 Covid-19 positive patients in the district on Thursday, the tally of such cases has now gone up to 542, a medical bulletin stated.Among them are a state cabinet minister and two doctors. The district-wise break-up is as such Thane City-178, Kalyan-Dombivli-108, Mira-Bhayander-114, Navi Mumbai-98, Thane Rural & Badlapur-16 each, Bhiwandi-06, Ambernath-04 and Ulhasnagar-02.Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsNashik police collect fines of Rs 15 5 lakh24 Apr 2020 | 12:06 AMNashik. Apr 23 (UNI)The traffic police have taken strict action against those driving without any reason during the lockdown period and so far a fine of Rs 15 lakh 5 thousand two hundred has been imposed.see more..Notices issued to 1,463 housing societies in Thane24 Apr 2020 | 12:04 AMThane, Apr 23 (UNI) A day after the Police Chief Vivek Phansalkar warned of actions against the office bearers of the housing societies if they harass the public servant residents and doctors, as many as 1463 housing societies were today issued notices by the police stations and the process is still on an official release by the police said this evening.see more..Govt to consider making operational VRDL centres in private medical college :HC24 Apr 2020 | 12:03 AMNagpur, Apr 23 (UNI) The Bombay High Court on Thursday said the government could consider making operational Viral Research and Diagnostic Laboratories (VRDL) centres in private medical colleges for speedy testing of coronavirus infection.see more..Thane: 45 containment areas in Mira-Bhayander23 Apr 2020 | 11:56 PMThane, Apr 23 (UNI) Following the spurt in Covid-19 positive cases, Mira-Bhayander Municipal commissioner Chandrakant Dange on Thursday sealed the entire township.see more..Govt takes action against 87 ration shops from Maha: Bhujbal23 Apr 2020 | 11:55 PMNashik, Apr 23 (UNI) Cracking its whip on 87 ration shop owners from six divisions of Maharashtra for resorting to alleged irregularities in distribution of food grains and non-compliance of rules during the lockdown period, the Food & Civil Supplies department has registered criminal offence against 39 shop owners and suspended licences of 48 ration shops in the state.see more.. UNI PhotoPURI, APR 23 (UNI):- Renowned Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture at Puri beach in Odisha to salute the Doctors, Nurses and paramedical staffs dedicating their life for fighting against COVID-19, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N62UPURI, APR 23 (UNI):- Renowned Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture at Puri beach in Odisha to salute the Doctors, Nurses and paramedical staffs dedicating their life for fighting against COVID-19, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N61UHyderabad, Apr 23 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan reviewed the condition of the patients suffering with Tuberculosis with the Joint Director (TB), Government of Telangana, State Consultants, World Health Organization (WHO), Vice-Chairman, TB Association of Telangana, General Secretary, TB Association of Telangana and District Programme Officers (TB) through video conference on Thursday.UNI PHOTO13UHyderabad, Apr 23 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan reviewed the condition of the patients suffering with Tuberculosis with the Joint Director (TB), Government of Telangana, State Consultants, World Health Organization (WHO), Vice-Chairman, TB Association of Telangana, General Secretary, TB Association of Telangana and District Programme Officers (TB) through video conference on Thursday.UNI PHOTO12UHyderabad, Apr 23 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan reviewed the condition of the patients suffering with Tuberculosis with the Joint Director (TB), Government of Telangana, State Consultants, World Health Organization (WHO), Vice-Chairman, TB Association of Telangana, General Secretary, TB Association of Telangana and District Programme Officers (TB) through video conference on Thursday.UNI PHOTO11UMUMBAI, APR 23 (UNI):- Workers chopping tree branches before the arrival of the monsoon at Dadar, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N60UMUMBAI, APR 23 (UNI):- Workers chopping tree branches before the arrival of the monsoon at Dadar, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N59UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- People waiting in a queue of a ration shops at Neerchal in Kannur city during the nation wide lockdown, in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N58UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- People waiting in a queue of a ration shops at Ayikara in Kannur city during the nationwide lockdown, in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N57UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Minister for Animal Husbandry and Bonthu Rammohan, Mayor GHMC distributes of Mask and fruit Juice to needy people in Secunderabad on Thursday UNI PHOTO-RAO9UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Telangana Health Minster Eatala Rajendar, addressing the Media conference at Command Control Centre, Koti in Hyderabad on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-RAO8UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Telangana Health Minster Eatala Rajendar, addressing the Media conference at Command Control Centre, Koti in Hyderabad on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-RAO7UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Minister for Animal Husbandry and Bonthu Rammohan, Mayor GHMC distributes of Mask and fruit Juice to needy people in Secunderabad on Thursday UNI PHOTO-RAO10UMUMBAI, APR 23 (UNI):- Bikers stand near petrol pump to refill fuel but not provide fuel to those not have E-Pass during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown at Virar, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N56UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- Volunteers engaged to packing essential commodities kit at Supplyco people bazar in Fort road for the second phase distribution through the ration shops, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N55UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- Volunteers engaged to packing essential commodities kit at Supplyco people bazar in Fort road for the second phase distribution through the ration shops, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N54UMUMBAI, APR 23 (UNI):- Bikers stand near petrol pump to refill fuel but not provide fuel to those not have E-Pass during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown at Virar, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N53UKOLKATA, APR 23 (UNI):- Even the Dog is no exception for social distancing during lockdown following Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-CAL15KOLKATA, APR 23 (UNI):- The IMCT visiting several areas of the city to take stock of the situation during lockdown period following COVID-19 in Kolkata on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-CAL14KOLKATA, APR 23 (UNI):- The IMCT visiting several areas of the city to take stock of the situation during lockdown period following COVID-19 in Kolkata on Thursday. 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2020-04-23Covid: 42 new cases detected in Thane - United News of India
Covid: 42 new cases detected in ThaneMaha minister tests +ve for COVID-19Covid-19 tally in UP soars to 1,510 with 61 new cases; Death toll stands at 24 with 206 recoveredRobust arrangements in place for COVID-19 prevention in Kashmir: MurmuChina indispensable to India, if it wishes to rise as a manufacturing hub: Global TimesRajnath inaugurates DRDO developed mobile laboratory for Covid testing IndiaWorldSports WorldcupCricketTennis/Badminton/T THockeyFootballTennisEventsAsian GamesOlympics GamesOther Games IPLCommonwealth GamesNational GameSouth Asian GamesBusiness & Economy Science & Technology FeaturesEntertainment States EastWestNorthSouthAutoworld States » WestPosted at: Apr 23 2020 10:45PM Covid: 42 new cases detected in ThaneThane, Apr 23 (UNI) With addition of 42 Covid-19 positive patients in the district on Thursday, the tally of such cases has now gone up to 542, a medical bulletin stated.Among them are a state cabinet minister and two doctors. The district-wise break-up is as such Thane City-178, Kalyan-Dombivli-108, Mira-Bhayander-114, Navi Mumbai-98, Thane Rural & Badlapur-16 each, Bhiwandi-06, Ambernath-04 and Ulhasnagar-02.Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsMaha minister tests +ve for COVID-1923 Apr 2020 | 10:42 PMThane, Apr 23 (UNI) A Maharashtra minister and senior NCP leader has been tested positive for COVID-19, a medical bulletin issued by the Thane Municipal Corporation stated here on Thursday.see more..COVID-19: Mah reports 14 deaths & 778 new cases on Thursday23 Apr 2020 | 10:23 PMMumbai, Apr 23 (UNI) Maharashtra on Thursday registered 14 deaths and 778 new Covid-19 cases, officials said here.see more..Nine more succumbs to corona in Gujarat; Tally mounts to 2,624 with 217 new cases23 Apr 2020 | 10:23 PMGandhinagar, Apr 23 (UNI) Gujarat on Thursday reported nine deaths and 217 cases of the novel coronavirus infection, taking the total number of cases to 2,624 and death toll to 112 with 258 recoveries so far.see more..Court extends Wadhawan brothers' protection from arrest till April 2723 Apr 2020 | 10:09 PMMumbai, April 23 (UNI) A special court during the lockdown assigned to hear urgent matters under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) on Thursday extended protection till April 27 from arrest to Kapil Wadhawan and Dheeraj Wadhawan, promoters of Dewan Housing and Finance Limited (DHFL) in the Yes bank scam.see more..Press' freedom does not infringe by ban on distribution of newspapers: Maha Govt23 Apr 2020 | 10:09 PMNagpur, Apr 23 (UNI) Terming ban on door-to-door delivery of newspapers during the lockdown as an exceptional policy move under an extraordinary circumstance, the Maharashtra government on Thursday said prohibition by no means infringes upon the right of the freedom of the press.see more.. UNI PhotoPURI, APR 23 (UNI):- Renowned Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture at Puri beach in Odisha to salute the Doctors, Nurses and paramedical staffs dedicating their life for fighting against COVID-19, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N62UPURI, APR 23 (UNI):- Renowned Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture at Puri beach in Odisha to salute the Doctors, Nurses and paramedical staffs dedicating their life for fighting against COVID-19, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N61UHyderabad, Apr 23 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan reviewed the condition of the patients suffering with Tuberculosis with the Joint Director (TB), Government of Telangana, State Consultants, World Health Organization (WHO), Vice-Chairman, TB Association of Telangana, General Secretary, TB Association of Telangana and District Programme Officers (TB) through video conference on Thursday.UNI PHOTO13UHyderabad, Apr 23 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan reviewed the condition of the patients suffering with Tuberculosis with the Joint Director (TB), Government of Telangana, State Consultants, World Health Organization (WHO), Vice-Chairman, TB Association of Telangana, General Secretary, TB Association of Telangana and District Programme Officers (TB) through video conference on Thursday.UNI PHOTO12UHyderabad, Apr 23 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan reviewed the condition of the patients suffering with Tuberculosis with the Joint Director (TB), Government of Telangana, State Consultants, World Health Organization (WHO), Vice-Chairman, TB Association of Telangana, General Secretary, TB Association of Telangana and District Programme Officers (TB) through video conference on Thursday.UNI PHOTO11UMUMBAI, APR 23 (UNI):- Workers chopping tree branches before the arrival of the monsoon at Dadar, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N60UMUMBAI, APR 23 (UNI):- Workers chopping tree branches before the arrival of the monsoon at Dadar, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N59UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- People waiting in a queue of a ration shops at Neerchal in Kannur city during the nation wide lockdown, in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N58UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- People waiting in a queue of a ration shops at Ayikara in Kannur city during the nationwide lockdown, in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N57UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Minister for Animal Husbandry and Bonthu Rammohan, Mayor GHMC distributes of Mask and fruit Juice to needy people in Secunderabad on Thursday UNI PHOTO-RAO9UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Telangana Health Minster Eatala Rajendar, addressing the Media conference at Command Control Centre, Koti in Hyderabad on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-RAO8UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Telangana Health Minster Eatala Rajendar, addressing the Media conference at Command Control Centre, Koti in Hyderabad on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-RAO7UHYDERABAD APR 23 (UNI):- Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Minister for Animal Husbandry and Bonthu Rammohan, Mayor GHMC distributes of Mask and fruit Juice to needy people in Secunderabad on Thursday UNI PHOTO-RAO10UMUMBAI, APR 23 (UNI):- Bikers stand near petrol pump to refill fuel but not provide fuel to those not have E-Pass during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown at Virar, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N56UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- Volunteers engaged to packing essential commodities kit at Supplyco people bazar in Fort road for the second phase distribution through the ration shops, on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-N55UKANNUR, APR 23 (UNI):- Volunteers engaged to packing essential commodities kit at Supplyco people bazar in Fort road for the second phase distribution through the ration shops, on Thursday. 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2020-04-23Thane: Police sends notices to 1463 housing societies warning action for discrimination against doctors/ - Mumbai Mirror
Thane: Police sends notices to 1463 housing societies warning action for discrimination against doctors/nursesYou are in an offline modeThane: Police sends notices to 1463 housing societies warning action for discrimination against doctors/nursesMirror Online | Updated: Apr 23, 2020, 21:25 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareHealth workers wearing hazmat suits and masks are accompanied by police officers as they conduct an inspection in a residential area. Photo/ ReutersMumbai: Two days after the Thane wing of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) alleged of humiliation and harassment to the family of a leading medical practitioner, who tested positive for coronavirus, the Thane police has issued notices to 1463 cooperative housing societies and housing complexes, warning of legal action for any kind of discrimination against those engaged in essential services and their families. The notice, issued by the Thane police commissioner, Vivek Phalsalkar, makes it's clear that no kind of physical or mental harassment to people engaged in essential duties, that include doctors, nurses, paramedics, sanitation workers et all, and their families would be dealt with severity. "Any individual member, or the housing society as a whole, would invite action under the Disaster Management Act for any kind of ill-treatment or discrimination," Thane police spokeswoman Sukhada Narkar told Mirror Online on Thursday. Untitled Carousel Thane: Wife and daughters of doctor who tested positive for COVID-19 humiliated by complex residents, claims IMAThe doctor who tested positive, the IMA claimed, was one of the first in the medical fraternity to hold a seminar on COVID-19. She said the police began the process of issuing such notices since Wednesday, in consultation with the Registrar of Co-operative housing societies, which is the apex governing authority for housing societies and complexes. She said the police move was subsequent to complaints received by various police stations in the commissionerate about discrimination against the men and women engaged in essential duties, doctor and nurses in particular, following their return from duty, by fellow residents in their respective housing societies. Untitled Carousel Watch: Cops welcome Thane police inspector after he recovers from COVID-19For warriors on the frontline, there may have been initial apprehension after police personnel tested positive a few days ago in Mumbra. But here's some good news now. Police Inspector Arun Kshirsagar , who tested positive for coronavirus, has made a full recovery. "Their families too are not spared from harassment by neighbours, fearing contamination of the virus," she said adding, "though social distancing is good, social discrimination can not be tolerated against the front-line COVID-19 warriors." Narkar said that the notices to the housing societies and complexes are being sent through the local police stations, split into five zones. While Zone 1 and 5 falls under the Thane city, Bhiwandi falls under Zone 2. Kalyan-Dombivli fall under Zone 3 while Ulhasnagar, Badlapur and Ambernath fall under Zone 4. "The rest of the societies will be covered by tomorrow," she said. Untitled Carousel Thane: 25 Tablighi Jamaat Markaz attendees arrested by crime branch; released on personal bondTwenty-five members of the Tablighi Jamaat, who had been put under quarantine by the Thane police following their detention from a mosque at Kausa in Mumbra earlier this month, were arrested by the Thane crime branch on Thursday. On Tuesday, the IMA had alleged that residents of a housing complex had refused the family of a doctor who runs a hospital in Vartak Nagar, to undergo quarantine in their flat after the doctor tested positive for coronavirus. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020COVID-19: Thane Municipal Corporation sets up team of doctors for vid...Apr 17, 2020Police officer from Thane tests coronavirus positiveApr 11, 2020 Local mom horrified: Husband exposes her 3-year secret job!Daily NewsNow with annual Toppr Online Education subscription.*Dell IndiaZomato employee destroys his motorcycle after this happens!Deepsy SiteYou never saw resignation letter as this KFC employee wrote.ArborBlog.ComFlipkart warehouse worker quits his job after this happens!Indian Prods B'estLearn while you Quarantine!Meluha Educational Society Secure Your Family Future with 1 Cr Term Plan @ 490/month*PolicybazaarBreak the myths – get the facts to stay safe from COVID-19.Corona InformationNavigate your Hybrid Cloud JourneyHPE GreenLakeDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterRoyalhub LifeD’mart cashier quit his job in the best 'possible' way!Dailyblog Best10-year-old’s cancer has relapsed. Help fund her treatmentKetto
2020-04-22Transgenders in Ulhasnagar provide free meals to poor during lockdown - Mumbai Mirror
Transgenders in Ulhasnagar provide free meals to poor during lockdownYou are in an offline modeTransgenders in Ulhasnagar provide free meals to poor during lockdownPTI | Updated: Apr 22, 2020, 13:49 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: After NGOs and government agencies, now members of the transgender community have also come out to help the needy during the COVID-19 lockdown at Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district. Transgenders have been feeding the needy, many of whom have lost their livelihoods ever since the lockdown was imposed to contain the spread of coronavirus in the state, an activist said. Click here for latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic At Ulhasnagar's Camp no. 4, transgenders have been providing free meals to the poor in the area twice a day, he said. The initiative was managed by a local NGO along with transgenders and several other volunteers, he added. The move has garnered appreciation from locals and the authorities alike, as transgenders are themselves a marginalised community and are often discriminated against in their everyday life, the activist said. Untitled Carousel 12 more deaths in Mumbai; 552 new cases in state In Pictures: Guarding the COVID19 frontlines: Men and women in uniform111The ones who can't stay at homeThey are putting their lives at risk as they take guard on the frontline of the fight against COVID-19. Men and women in uniform who are putting their duty before their safety. Mirror photographers chronicle their life in this lockdown - where they have to handle everything from agitated residents to anxious migrants and even errant pranksters. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLStories of resilience and determinationA team from Dadar police station, headed by senior police inspector Diwakar Shelke, police inspector Sunayana Nate, assistant police inspector Shivaji Devkar and two constables Jayesh Ghoderao and Rahul Gadekar, couldn’t go home for two days as they were busy sealing off the densely populated Worli-Koliwada where two people died of Coviod-19 and 17 persons had tested positive. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLPolice get protective gearAround 100 cops were deployed to man the approach roads. The police identified the vulnerable areas like Janta Colony, Walmiki Nagar, Golfadevi temple road and Adarsh Nagar to seal them off with the help of BMC. “We made sure that nobody could go out or enter the contaminated zone. The police kept a watch on the roads that led to the sea so that people did not use the beach from Koliwada to Prabhadevi,” said Sunayana Nate, an inspector from Dadar police station. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLOn the frontlineIndia is between Stage 2 and 3 of coronavirus pandemic with large number of cases being found in particular areas, the Union Health Ministry said on Monday. The ministry concurred with the director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), who had said that localised community transmission is being observed in some pockets of the country. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/ MMCLIn Worli's containment zoneMore than 200 enclaves have been marked as containment zones and sealed off from the rest of the city. No-one is allowed to enter or leave these zones except for those providing essentials such as food and medicines. In some places, residents are given rations to last 21 days, while at others, designated security guards buy people’s supplies in bulk. All the zones are sprayed with disinfectant every few days. Photo by Deepak Turbhekar/ MMCLFlouting the Lockdown1838 - that's the number of cases the Mumbai police have registered against those who have flouted the lockdown conditions, without good reason. Given the rapid spread of the virus - Maharashtra has now recorded over 1000 COVID-19 positive cases - police continue to check on those who violate the lockdown, filing cases against those who do not manage to back up their claims with enough proof. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLThe Lockdown Lathi-chargeOut of all the cases registered by the Mumbai police, many people have been charged under section 188 for violating provisions of the lockdown. Over 1400 were let off after a warning while over 100 are absconding. In Mira- Bhayandar, after it was noticed that people were using the most flimsy excuses to step out of their homes under the pretext of buying groceries, the municipal corporation put out an order directing all stores to stay shut between 5pm and 9pm, except pharmacies. The idea is to reduce the number of people who want to step out in the evening for a joyride using 'grocery purchase' as a handy excuse. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLSealing, Monitoring, Standing GuardA week after the BMC declared eight buildings at Bimbisar Nagar in Goregaon (East) a Covid-19 containment zone, Monday, April 6, brought some good news for residents. No new cases have been reported from the area, seven of the eight buildings were freed from the restrictions and only one building remained sealed off, police sources said. The building that remains sealed is the one where three residents had tested positive, prompting the creation of the containment zone. Located off the Western Express Highway near Mahanand Dairy, Bimbisar Nagar comprises 31 buildings. The eight buildings that were sealed off comprise 336 flats. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLFlying Squads for night patrolThe BMC, with the help of the police, has put together ‘flying squads’ for night patrol of the city’s various containment zones - enclaves which have been sealed off to prevent the spread of Covid-19. While civic officials and policemen are posted there during the day the civic body also wants a presence at night, to keep people from venturing out after dark. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/ MMCLWhat flying squads will doPrashant Gaikwad, Assistant commissioner of BMC said, “These squads will comprise BMC officials and policemen. They will move around at night to check if anybody is trying to enter or leave a containment zone or is not practising social distancing.” Anyone with a home-quarantine stamp on their hand who is found roaming the streets will be institutionally quarantined in a hotel or lodge set aside for the purpose. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/ MMCLNo inquest needed for coronavirus-related deathsAccording to a circular issued by the Maharashtra Home Department on Tuesday, the decision not to conduct the inquest, which literally means--a judicial inquiry to ascertain the facts relating to an incident -- was taken keeping in mind that the procedure could expose the doctors, nurses, and policemen to the virus infection. Mumbai police spokesperson Pranay Ashok told Mirror Online that the Home Department order is in line with the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Dead Body Management in case of coronavirus deaths. 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2020-04-22Transgender Community Provides Free Meals to Poor During Lockdown in Maharashtra - LatestLY
Transgender Community Provides Free Meals to Poor During Lockdown in Maharashtra By PTI Read it Rapidly. After NGOs and government agencies, now members of the transgender community have also come out to help the needy during the COVID-19 lockdown at Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district. Read Full Story
2020-04-21Coronavirus outbreak: Here's a district wise breakup of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra - Mid-day
Coronavirus outbreak: Mumbai records steepest rise in COVID-19 cases! Related News Railways on track in Mumbai like never before! Coronavirus outbreak: India's COVID-19 cases surge to 18,985, toll crosses 600 Shah Rukh Khan's response to Salman Khan's song Pyaar Karona is witty! Top Stories Maharashtra sees spike in child pornography amid lockdown Coronavirus: 12-year-old walks 100 km, dies 11 kms away from home These cricketer star kids are famous just like their dads! Four More Shots Season 2 | Here's Sayani Gupta's 'no-filter' avatar Loading... Recommended Videos Railways on track in Mumbai like never before! Shah Rukh Khan's response to Salman Khan's song Pyaar Karona is witty! Kartik Aaryan Disapproves Of Sister Kritika's 'rotis' Varun Dhawan's abusive rant on COVID-19 is hilarious Latest News Coronavirus outbreak: Here's a district wise breakup of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra Coronavirus outbreak: India's COVID-19 cases surge to 18,985, toll crosses 600 Fire breaks out in South Mumbai hotel used as quarantine centre for COVID-19 patients South Indian star and Comedy Stars fame Shaburaj passes away at 40 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
2020-04-21Essential services to continue in Thane district - Mumbai Mirror
Essential services to continue in Thane districtYou are in an offline modeEssential services to continue in Thane districtBy David DelimaDavid Delima, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Apr 21, 2020, 08:43 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareREPRESENTATIONAL PICTUREExemptions from prior govt notification will not apply to the district-wide containment zone Authorities declared the entire Thane district a containment zone after the total number of cases there touched 394 on Sunday. As a result, the lockdown relaxations announced by the April 17 notification will not apply to these areas, the order by the district collector Rajesh Narvekar said. However, the administration later clarified that certain essential services would be allowed to operate despite the strict restrictions. As of Sunday night, there were 10,453 people under observation in Thane district, while 6,443 people had completed the 14 days’ observation period, according to statistics shared by the district administration. “For all six municipalities, two municipal councils, two municipalities and rural areas of Thane district, considering the increasing number of corona-affected persons in their area, the boundary of the district has been declared as a containment zone,” the order said. The containment zone will include the areas under the municipal corporations of Thane, Mira-Bhayandar, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, and Bhiwandi-Nizampur. It will also include the areas under the municipal corporations of Badlapur, Ambarnath, Kulgaon and the Nagar panchayat of Shahapur and Murbad. In addition, the district administration said the entire area under the Thane Zilla Parishad would be included in the containment zone. As a result of the move, none of the exemptions in the government order from the beginning of the month will apply to the municipal corporations, city councils, municipalities and rural areas of the district. Meanwhile, some additional restrictions imposed by the district administration are set to continue, an official stated. Follow LIVE updates on coronavirus outbreak here The administration, however, has allowed essential services, including medical services, essential goods and auxiliary services, water conservation work, pre-monsoon roadworks, development of highway works, sewage disposal, sewage treatment, water supply and sanitation, power supply services, telecommunications and internet services, and the media. In addition, petrol pumps, supply chains and transport, banks and government-exempt financial Institutions, IT & ITeS, assistant local government organisations, police departments, central and state government department, etc, will continue to function. The district has registered 12 deaths so far, while 76 people have been discharged after testing negative. Of the 148 cases from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation, three people have died while 14 have been discharged, as per the latest statistics. Meanwhile, in the area under the Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation, there have been 78 cases detected, with three deaths and 28 people discharged. In the area under the Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation, there have been 94 cases with two deaths and seven recoveries. Untitled Carousel All Mira-Bhayandar shops shut for 4 daysWith Covid-19 cases rising to 69 and people still coming out in droves, civic body allows only medical stores to stay open. RELATED NEWSThane district declared as containment zoneApr 20, 2020All Mira-Bhayandar shops shut for 4 daysApr 20, 2020Dedicated COVID-19 hospital comes up in Mira BhayandarApr 08, 2020 Dell Precision - Work at the speed of thoughtDell IndiaLocal mom horrified: Husband exposes her 3-year secret job!Daily NewsLearn while you Quarantine!Meluha Educational SocietyYou never saw resignation letter as this KFC employee wrote.ArborBlog.ComDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterRoyalhub LifeZomato employee destroys his motorcycle after this happens!Deepsy Site VIT University - A place to learn. A chance to grow.VIT UniversityD’mart cashier quit his job in the best 'possible' way!Dailyblog BestBreak the myths – get the facts to stay safe from COVID-19.Corona Information1 Crore Term Plan @ ₹490/Month*. No Need for a Medical Test.PolicybazaarFlipkart warehouse worker quits his job after this happens!Indian Prods B'estDomino's Exemployee Writes The Most Epic Resignation Letter!DEPOT BLOG
2020-04-20Coronavirus pandemic | 19 districts in Maharashtra limited to single-digit cases, zero deaths in 17 districts: Report - Moneycontrol
Coronavirus pandemic | 19 districts in Maharashtra limited to single-digit cases, zero deaths in 17 districts: Report The bigger challenge is to contain the spread in areas where industries will be opened up, officials said Moneycontrol News @moneycontrolcom Maharashtra, which has reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in India, has managed to contain the virus to single digits in at least 19 districts of the state while 17 districts have not reported any virus-related death so far, according to a report by The Indian Express.The report, citing state government's data, suggests that Mumbai is the epicenter of the virus with more than 2,000 cases, followed by neighboring Pune, which has reported over 500 COVID-19 cases.The bigger challenge, officials told the newspaper, is to contain the spread in areas where industries will be opened up. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had on April 19 said these are the areas called 'green' and 'orange' zones where no cases or few cases have been reported.
2020-04-20Palghar Sadhu lynchings: Siddharth Vardharajan calls victims as people from 'nomadic tribe'; gets trolled - Free Press Journal
Palghar Sadhu lynchings: Siddharth Vardharajan calls victims as people from 'nomadic tribe'; gets trolledBy FPJ Web DeskSiddharth VaradarajanPhoto: WIkipediaOn Sunday, a video of showing lynching of three people went viral on social media. Out of these three, two were sadhus and one was their car driver. Later, while tweeting about the incident, The Wire's founding editor Siddharth Varadarajan called sadhus as 'people belonging to nomadic tribes'.While sharing an article on Twitter, Siddharth Varadarajan wrote: "After Video Emerges of Three Men Lynched in Palghar, Maharashtra, Two from Nomadic Tribe, BJP Leaders Push Communal Angle."After Video Emerges of Three Men Lynched in Palghar, Maharashtra, Two from Nomadic Tribe, BJP Leaders Push Communal Angle https://t.co/6QPJMWlHRI via @thewire_in— Siddharth (@svaradarajan) April 20, 2020 Later, The Wire's founding editor was trolled on Twitter for calling sadhus as 'people belonging to nomadic tribes'. One user while slamming Varadarajan said, "How come it is difficult to say Hindu Sadhus". Another user said, "Two from Nomadic tribe! Spinning it as they are not Hindus."Here's what Twitterati had to say:How come it is difficult to say Hindu Sadhus— Sarwoke Shastry (@SarwokeShastry) April 20, 2020 Team A has done lynching TeamB("secular" media) will spin it. Efforts are on.Team C will defend the accused in court. If lynchers get punished,Team B and Team C will cry "travesty of justice ".#Palghar #palgharlynching #PalgharMobLynching #Palghar_Incident #palgharpolice— Jacked2TheMatrix (@Deekay1996K) April 20, 2020 Two from Nomadic tribe! Spining it as they aee nor Hindus. https://t.co/oZXQ34Ru7d— Andy Desai (@DesiDesaiUAE) April 20, 2020 And the paragon of human virtues fail to even register a simple remark of condemnation. It’s just a one way street for these Ravanas of “liberalism” soaked in hypocrisy and double standards. They are all out to abduct the Sita of India’s Civilizational ethos by all means. https://t.co/fD3YLKHehq— राघव (@raghav4india) April 20, 2020 For you they were from NOMADIC TRIBE. The day they took the robe of SAFFRON and became MONK they gave up every thing, even their past and their identity. You are insulting them by not calling them SADHUS. Oh I remember u don't let go any chance of insulting HINDUS....— Abhi_updates (@Abhi_updates) April 20, 2020 Basically caste Hindus attacking tribals https://t.co/xLeE6Mms0s— TweetInder (@TweetInder) April 20, 2020 The article which Varadarajan shared said that three persons travelling were attacked by a group of men in Palghar and killed. Of the three deceased persons, two persons—70- year old Kalpvrush Giri and 35- year old Sushil Giri—belonged to a Gosavi Nomadic Tribe and were affiliated to one ‘Shri Panch Dashnam Juna Akhara’ in Varanasi, reported The Wire.The incident took place on April 16 night when three men from Kandivali in Mumbai were going in a car to Surat in Gujarat to attend a funeral. Their vehicle was stopped near a village in Palghar.The three were dragged out of their car and beaten to death with sticks by a mob on suspicion that they were thieves. The deceased were identified as Chikne Maharaj Kalpavrukshagiri (70), Sushilgiri Maharaj (35), and their car driver Nilesh Telgade (30).(Inputs from Agencies)Also ReadPalghar Sadhu lynchings: Police arrests 110 people including 9 juveniles for lynching three people (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)PalgharSiddharth VaradarajanPalghar lynchingPalghar Sadhu lynchingsRecent StoriesMumbai-based Missing Link Trust spreads awareness about cyber sex trafficking with a unique appWill wine shops be open in Mumbai, Pune, Thane and Navi Mumbai? Health Minister Rajesh Tope says alcohol can be sold while maintaining social distancingAfter UAE royal slams Islamophobic man, Indian Ambassador tweets to warn Indian nationals against discriminationCoronavirus updates from India and the world: Positive cases in India rises to 17,656Coronavirus in India: 3 reasons why the Indian population could have ‘intrinsic immunity to COVID-19’ 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
2020-04-20How Mumbai admin is battling coronavirus as cases continue to spike - Business Standard
How Mumbai admin is battling coronavirus as cases continue to spike Covid-19 hinterland digest: Lockdown gives Punjab respite from drug menace Coronavirus impact: Hindu priests with body cameras & new temple economics In pics: Agriculture activity picks up amid coronavirus lockdown crisis Mumbai, Pune, Indore: 11 places where the situation is 'especially serious' Covid-19 lockdown relaxation: NHAI resumes toll collection from today Covid-19: As govt offices reopen, here are guidelines by MoHFW for safety X You are here: Home » Current Affairs » News » National Covid-19 hinterland digest: Lockdown gives Punjab respite from drug menace Business Standard How Mumbai admin is battling coronavirus as cases continue to spike The city administration is trying to ramp up the isolation and treatment center capacities here as cases continue to spike Sohini Das  |  Mumbai  Last Updated at April 20, 2020 14:24 IST email this article Message: Recipients' Email: Type address separated by commas Your Email: Enter the characters shown in the image. Send me a copy:   https://mybs.in/2YMU08P Police officials stand in a queue to get sanitised after dispersing hundreds of stranded migrant workers from outside the Bandra Railway Station in Mumbai. Photo: PTI ALSO READ Covid-19: These states have extended lockdown while Centre weighs decision World coronavirus dispatch: Numbers jump, scientists recommend mass testing Economists bet on solid rebound after world recovers from Covid-19 crisis World coronavirus dispatch: EU finally announces $560-bn relief package India coronavirus dispatch: Is extending the lockdown a good idea? Mumbai is India's worst hit city - of the 552 new cases in Maharashtra on Sunday, the city alone accounted for 456 cases, the highest ever single day spike. So how is the city gearing up for fighting this crisis? Mumbai is roughly testing 1,200-1,400 samples per day in a city of around 12 million. Shortage of both diagnostic and protective kits is a huge challenge in the city. A batch of antibody-based rapid diagnostic test kits were to reach the state around April 10, but has been delayed. This has forced the BMC to restrict its testing net to symptomatic or high risk contacts of Covid-19 positive patients mostly. ALSO READ: Mumbai, Pune, Indore: 11 places where the situation is 'especially serious' In fact, the municipality has issued a show-cause notice to Metropolis Healthcare, a private diagnostic lab, after it learnt that the lab was testing patients who were neither high risk contacts nor showing any symptoms of the novel coronavirus. Meanwhile, the city administration is trying to ramp up the isolation and treatment center capacities as cases continue to spike. In the next three months, a three storey building will come up within the premises of Kasturba Hospital, which is at the heart of the city's battle against Covid-19. This new building will be erected using pre-engineered building technology that basically implies that parts of the building will be engineered at a factory and then assembled at the site. This new isolation facility will have 60 beds including ICU beds and even drug stores. ALSO READ: Coronavirus LIVE: 80% Covid-19 cases asymptomatic in India; tally at 17,615 This is taking inspiration from Wuhan, where authorities had built two hospitals in just a fortnight. One of the city's largest event venues, the National Sports Club of India's (NSCI) dome in Worli has been converted into a Covid-19 care centre and from Monday, it will start taking asymptomatic patients. So far, asymptomatic contacts of patients were sent home given that they had toilets inside their houses, or to schools, hotels and lodges for quarantining. NSCI now will accommodate 500 people and a team of ten doctors and 30 nurses. Worli, Prabhadevi and Lower Parel the city's worst affected areas housing hundreds of patients and their immediate contacts. ALSO READ: Covid-19: As govt offices reopen, here are guidelines by MoHFW for safety The Seven Hills hospital has already been converted into a dedicated Covid-19 facility. Corporates like Reliance Industries has provided for 100 beds in this hospital by creating infrastructure. Meanwhile, BMC's overburdened staff have been given a much needed respite. 140,000 municipal workers, apart from doctors and nurses will now work for 14-days and get leave for the remaining 14-days. Late Sunday night, Thane district adjoining Mumbai was declared as a containment zone. Apart from Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira Bhayander, Kalyan Dombivali, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar have all been classified as containment zones. It is not easy to contain a disease as contagious as the new coronavirus in the world's fifth most densly populated city. Dharavi, for example, a 240-hectare slum pocket with 850,000 residents and a population density of 66,000 people per square km is one of the most cramped spaces in the city. It has over 130 cases and the city administration is losing their sleep on measures to contain the spread here. Read our full coverage on Coronavirus First Published: Mon, April 20 2020. 13:27 IST Read More On Maharashtra Government | Coronavirus | Bmc | Current Affairs | National PREVIOUS STORY NEXT STORY RECOMMENDED FOR YOU MORE ON MARKETS: Quick Links Stock Market Live Portfolio Commodity Market Upcoming IPO Personal Finance Stock Market News Derivatives Mutual Funds Gold Price Sensex Browse STOCK Companies A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Browse Mutual Funds A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Index Stocks Adani Ports Asian Paints Axis Bank B P C L Bajaj Auto Bajaj Finance Ltd Bajaj Finserv Bharti Airtel Bharti Infra. 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2020-04-20Thane district declared red zone: Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Kalyan-Dombivli among areas sealed | Full list - India TV News
Thane district declared red zone: Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Kalyan-Dombivli among areas sealed | Full list Thane district declared red zone: Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Kalyan-Dombivli among areas sealed | Full list Thane district neighbouring Mumbai was on Sunday night declared as a containment zone in light of surge in the number of COVID-19 cases, a senior official said. India TV News Desk Thane Updated on: April 20, 2020 9:50 IST Image Source : AP Thane district neighbouring Mumbai was on Sunday night declared as a containment zone in light of the surge in the number of COVID-19 cases Thane district, neighbouring Mumbai, was on Sunday night declared as a containment zone in light of the surge in the number of COVID-19 cases, city's district collector said. All the restrictions in place under the ongoing lockdown will remain in force without any change, and the relief stated in the April 17 notification for certain zones will not be available for Thane district, stated the order issued by district collector Rajesh Narvekar. Thane becomes the third city after Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad that have been declared as a containment zone in Maharashtra.  "Consequent upon the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, the entire Thane district is being declared as a containment zone. "The areas classified as the containment zone include the municipal corporation limits of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira Bhayander, Kalyan Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, and Bhiwandi-Nizampur," it stated.  Areas under the municipal councils of Ambernath, Kulgaon Badlapur and Nagar panchayat of Shahapur and Murbad, besides the entire area of Thane Zilla Parishad will also fall under the containment zone. Maharashtra: #Thane district, #Pune city & its neighbouring Pimpri Chinchwad declared containment zones. #StayHomeStaySafe— All India Radio News (@airnewsalerts) April 20, 2020   The number of coronavirus positive cases in Thane district rose by 19 to 394 on Sunday night with 12 deaths so far, as per district authorities. 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2020-04-20Thane district declared as containment zone - Mumbai Mirror
Thane district declared as containment zoneYou are in an offline modeThane district declared as containment zonePTI | Updated: Apr 20, 2020, 10:28 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational image. Photo: ANIThane: Thane district neighbouring Mumbai was on Sunday night declared as a containment zone in light of surge in the number of COVID-19 cases, a senior official said. All the restrictions in place under the ongoing lockdown will remain in force without any change, and the relief stated in the April 17 notification for certain zones will not be available for Thane district, stated the order issued by district collector Rajesh Narvekar. "Consequent upon the increase in the number of COVID- 19 cases, the entire Thane district is being declared as a containment zone. Click here for latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic "The areas classified as the containment zone include the municipal corporation limits of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira Bhayander, Kalyan Dombivili, Ulhasnagar, and Bhiwandi- Nizampur," it stated. Areas under the municipal councils of Ambernath, Kulgaon Badlapur and Nagar panchayat of Shahapur and Murbad, besides the entire area of Thane Zilla Parishad will also fall under the containment zone. The number of coronavirus positive cases in Thane district rose by 19 to 394 on Sunday night with 12 deaths so far, as per district authorities. Untitled Carousel Thane’s first drive-through testing centre starts functioningA drive-through sample collection centre has been set up in Thane to make Covid-19 testing easier for residents. The first such centre in Thane has already started functioning. On Monday, samples of 58 people were collected at this centre, which is located at Cadbury junction Mumbai in Lockdown 2.0: Slower pace to tackle Covid19 but essential supplies working114Lockdown ViolatorsFor Mumbai and Maharashtra, it came as no surprise that the lockdown was extended. The city's numbers have been on the rise and even cases from Pune continue to add to the tally. Maharashtra still has the highest number of COVID-19 cases across all states in the country. Lockdown 2.0 will see some exemptions but only in those areas which are not containment zones. The exemptions will kick off from April 20 and are expected to bring in huge relief for economic activities that have virtually been in shutdown-mode since March 24, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the initial 21-day lockdown for the country. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/ MMCLRed Zone MumbaiOn Sunday, the Health Ministry said that 1,334 fresh COVID-19 cases reported since Saturday with 27 deaths in last 24 hours. ICMR said India had conducted a total of 3,86,791 tests so far. "Yesterday 37,173 tests were done, out of these 29,287 tests were done in labs of ICMR network. 7,886 tested in private sector labs.," Raman Gangakhedkar of the ICMR. Mumbai is part of the list of 170 hotspots or red zones across the country. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLMaharashtra CM appeals to migrantsAddressing the concerns of migrant workers, Uddhav Thackeray spoke in Hindi, saying, "We are working to start some economic activities. Come forward to join these. I want to assure you that the Maharashtra government will ensure you reach home. Your family is scared and so are you. Tell them not to worry about you. We are going to take care of you. These are tough times, but they won't last too long." Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLFlamingos Take Flight in LockdownWith the extended lockdown forcing people to stay indoors, the surrounding areas of Mumbai are seeing a sharp rise in the number of flamingos, especially in Navi Mumbai, Uran, Thane Creek, Panju Island and Vasai. Mumbai has a few sites where lesser and greater flamingo species can be seen during this time of the year. With people staying at home during the lockdown, flamingos are taking flight. Their younger ones are now also picking up the pink colour that one associates with flamingos. These birds will migrate to Kutch for breeding. Photo by Raju Shelar/ MMCLNehrunagar: Lockdown violators penalisedFrom sit-ups to yoga, police in Maharashtra have tried a number of innovative methods to take on lockdown violators - those who don't have a convincing reason to explain why they are out of the streets during the lockdown. In some cases, police also made people hold placards with lines like - 'I'm an educated citizen but I do not follow government orders.' In some cases, police have also used their lathis against violators. This photo was taken on April 18 in Nehrunagar. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/ MMCLSanitiser mist installed in JogeshwariOn April 20, Maharashtra will complete six weeks of being in the lockdown. And though movement of people is still restricted, some economic activities will be allowed to resume in those areas which are green zones - where there is not even a single case of Covid-19. In Mumbai, though the lockdown will continue as it is among the red zones. This sanitiser mist was installed in a slum in Jogeshwari. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLTime to join the Mask ForceA couple of days ago, the BCCI released a video with top cricketers promoting the idea of home-made masks. So captain Virat Kohli's mask has V written on it, Rahul Dravid's mask has, what else - a wall on it. Bhajji paaji decided to go with a Sikh turban on his mask while BCCI chief Sourav Ganguly has 'Dada' on his mask. Sachin Tendulkar chose to go with the number '10' on his mask and Hitman Rohit Sharma has also stayed true to his nickname. The video got a big thumbs up from the Prime Minister. This photo was taken in Nehrunagar where a vendor was selling masks for Rs 10 apiece. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/ MMCLUttan: Waiting for the tide to turnFro fishermen, this is peak season. But the lockdown can with an unexpected crisis for them. For many days, they did not get permission to take their boats out to sea. Then with the lockdown, there was the additional worry of how they would get their catch to the markets. Getting diesel was a problem, even ice to store the fish was an issue. In this uncertainty, they were left high and dry. Now, as per the new exemptions listed in the MHA circular, fishing will be allowed. These boats at the Uttam fishing village that have been waiting for days may finally start seeing the tide turn in their favour again. Otherwise the entire fishing community is staring at massive losses. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/ MMCLGood news in the lockdownIn a heartwarming development, two women who had tested positive for the novel coronavirus delivered healthy babies at Mumbai's BYL Nair hospital on Sunday. The doctor said that both the children have tested negative for the deadly virus but could not be breastfed as there are chances of virus transmission. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLCity slows downA residential society in Agripada has registered an FIR against a couple for allegedly allowing house-helps to enter their flat during the nationwide lockdown despite the society’s ban on the entry of outsiders. The couple allegedly ignored several warnings by the housing society and insisted on allowing the househelps to enter the society campus every day. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/ MMCLCity's largest Covid19 facility at Nair hospitalMumbai is finally getting an exclusive Covid-19 hospital it deserves. By Monday, Nair Hospital – one of the biggest BMC-run hospitals – will start transferring all its non-coronavirus patients to its other facilities, making way for the city’s largest Covid-19 facility, twice the size of Kasturba and SevenHills put together. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLEssential services continueMaharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday claimed that the state has conducted a total of 66,896 tests for Covid-19. He reiterated that people should come forward and get the Covid-19 tests done if there are symptoms. "Doctors have told us that many are coming to us when they are already quite serious. There have been cases where they have passed away even before their results have been received," he said. He requested people to not hide symptoms. "If you have fever, cold, cough, let us know. Don't be afraid, don't run away from it, come to these clinics we have set up." Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCL26 sailors test positive in Mumbai26 sailors were placed in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 at Mumbai on Saturday. They belong to INS Angre, a shore establishment. There has so far not been a single case of Covid-19 onboard any ship, submarine or air station of the Indian Navy. The detection of these Covid-19 cases is a result of meticulous contact tracing and aggressive screening/testing carried out by Western Naval Command after one sailor tested positive on April 7. After the sailor was tested positive for Covid-19, the entire premises of the Unit have been sealed off. Containment zones and buffer areas have been designated and frequent disinfection continues to be carried out as per protocol to contain spread by breaking the chain of transmission. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCLPeople are indoors, birds are freeWe are sure you have seen plenty of posts on social media talking about how nature is healing as humans stay indoors. There are some truths to that for sure. For starters, pollution levels are down in many Indian cities. Viral photos of India Gate with a beautiful blue sky in the background are the talk of Twitterati that is aghast to see the grey tone of another photo of the monument taken in November 2019 where the India Gate is barely visible. Flamingos are in all their pink glory at Mumbai's many sites, including Seawoods and even Wadala. Photo by Satyajit Desai/ MMCL RELATED NEWSMin Awhad tests Covid-19 positiveApr 24, 2020Marianne Faithfull hospitalised with COVID-19Apr 05, 2020Covid-19: Here are the highlights of the dayMar 31, 2020 Local mom horrified: Husband exposes her 3-year secret job!Daily NewsNow with annual Toppr Online Education subscription.*Dell IndiaBorn b/w 1965-85? 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2020-04-20All Mira-Bhayandar shops shut for 4 days - Mumbai Mirror
All Mira-Bhayandar shops shut for 4 daysYou are in an offline modeAll Mira-Bhayandar shops shut for 4 daysBy Vinay DalviVinay Dalvi, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Apr 20, 2020, 06:09 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareOnly home delivery of provisions like milk, meat, vegetables, fruits and groceries will be allowed, from 9 am-5 pm (Photo by Nilesh Wairkar)With Covid-19 cases rising to 69 and people still coming out in droves, civic body allows only medical stores to stay open. All shops in Mira-Bhayandar, including grocery stores and vegetable markets, will be shut from Monday to Thursday in an attempt to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. Pharmacies have been granted an exemption, said Chandrakant Dange, commissioner of the Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC). Movement of only those engaged in providing essential services will be allowed. Only home delivery of essential provisions like milk, meat, vegetables, fruits and groceries will be allowed, from 9 am-5 pm. A police official said social distancing will have to be mandatorily practised at pharmacies, failing which action will be taken. An MBMC official said there has Naya Nagar, Kashigaon, Uttan, Ghoadpdeo, and Bhayandar East and West. “We saw that people were not following social distancing norms in these areas and were coming out in huge numbers to buy vegetables. Hence, this decision was taken.” The MBMC has registered 69 Covid-19 cases. Thane district’s tally rose to 364 on Sunday after 44 more people tested positive. One more person died, taking the toll in the district to 12. So far, 130 Covid-19 cases have been reported from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation, 73 from Kalyan-Dombivali, 60 from Navi Mumbai, 14 from Badlapur, 10 from Thane rural, four from Ambernath township, three from Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal limits and one from Ulhasnagar. RELATED NEWSAll Mira-Bhayandar shops shut for 4 daysApr 20, 2020India reports 11,439 COVID-19 cases, 170 hotspots in countryApr 15, 2020Maharashtra records 117 fresh COVID-19 cases; state tally reaches 2801Apr 15, 2020 Get 7.99% interest rate on Mercedes-Benz C-ClassSundaram MotorsLocal mom horrified: Husband exposes her 3-year secret job!Daily NewsCoronavirus & Capital Markets - Where should you invest now?Prime InvestorDell Precision - Work at the speed of thoughtDell IndiaJoin MS Dhoni on PokerStars - India's Home of Online PokerPokerStars IndiaStart trading with iFOREX and enjoy a risk-free 1st dealiForex Learn while you Quarantine!Meluha Educational SocietyDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterRoyalhub LifeZomato employee destroys his motorcycle after this happens!Deepsy SiteD’mart cashier quit his job in the best 'possible' way!Dailyblog BestFlipkart warehouse worker quits his job after this happens!Indian Prods B'estDomino's Exemployee Writes The Most Epic Resignation Letter!DEPOT BLOG
2020-04-20Coronavirus in Mumbai: Field reporters test positive for COVID-19 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: Field reporters test positive for COVID-19By FPJ Web Desk(Photo by Bhushan Koyande)On Monday, Official sources told ANI that some field reporters in Mumbai have tested positive for COVID-19. More details awaited.According to IANS, At least 30 media persons, mostly from the electronic media, have tested Covid-19 positive after they underwent tests at a special camp organized here last week. TV Journalists Association President Vinod Jagdale told IANS that while the number of test reports received so far is not available, at least 30 have tested positive so far and the figures are likely to go up.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation ban photo-ops during food distribution. An official in the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that most are said to be asymptomatic cases and all have been sent to home quarantine for now while others' test results are awaited.With 1553 new cases in 24 hours, the total tally of novel coronavirus cases stood at 17265 on Monday, the Ministry of Health and Family welfare said.Maharashtra continued to be the worst hit with 4203 cases and 223 deaths, followed by Delhi with 2003 cases and 45 fatalities, Rajasthan (1478 cases and 14 deaths) and Tamil Nadu (1477 cases and 15 deaths).MUmbaiCoronaviruscoronavirus outbreakRecent StoriesEicher Motors – Can the King make a comeback?PM Modi's approval ratings highest amongst world leaders during COVID-19 pandemic: ReportLIVECoronavirus updates from India and the world: Total number of positive cases in India rises to 19,984TV journalist Shivangi Thakur confirms that she is one of the 53 Mumbai scribes that tested COVID-19-positive Facebook to buy 9.99% stake in Reliance Jio in record Rs 43,574 crore deal 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
2020-04-20Maharashtra govt declares Pune, Thane and Pimpri Chinchwad as containment zones - All India Radio
Maharashtra govt declares Pune, Thane and Pimpri Chinchwad as containment zones            State News Home State News Details Apr 20, 2020, 8:40AM Maharashtra govt declares Pune, Thane and Pimpri Chinchwad as containment zones @CMOMaharashtra In Maharashtra, Thane district, Pune city and its neighbouring Pimpri Chinchwad have been declared containment zones in light of surge in COVID-19 cases thus imposing further restrictions on people's movement. All the restrictions in place under the ongoing lockdown will remain in force without any change.   The relief given in the April 17 notification issued by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, for certain zones will not be available for Thane district, Pune city and Pimpri Chinchwad. Areas within municipal limits of all three place have been sealed till further orders.   AIR correspondent reports that order issued by Thane district collector Rajesh Narvekar stated that the areas classified as the containment zone in Thane district include the municipal corporation limits of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira Bhayander, Kalyan Dombivili, Ulhasnagar, and Bhiwandi- Nizampur.   Areas under the municipal councils of Ambernath, Kulgaon Badlapur and Nagar panchayat of Shahapur and Murbad, besides the entire area of Thane Zilla Parishad will also fall under the containment zone. Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) Commissioner Shekhar Gaikwad in an order declared entire Pune city as a "containment zone". His Pimpri Chinchwad (PCMC) counterpart, Dr Shravan Hardikar, also issued a similar order. As per the orders, the entry and exit of people, barring those carrying out essential services, into and outside the corporation limits has been prohibited. Action will be taken against those found roaming in the cities unnecessarily. The number of coronavirus positive cases in Thane district rose by 19 to 394 on Sunday night with 12 deaths so far while in Pune district so far, 669 people have tested coronavirus positive, with 51 succumbing to the infection.    Related News Live Twitter Feed Tweets by airnewsalerts Listen News English Morning News 20 (Apr) Midday News 19 (Apr) News at Nine 19 (Apr) Hourly 20 (Apr) (0605hrs) हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात 20 (Apr) दोपहर समाचार 19 (Apr) समाचार संध्या 19 (Apr) प्रति घंटा समाचार 20 (Apr) (0600hrs) ارد و Khabarnama (Mor) 20 (Apr) Khabrein(Day) 19 (Apr) Khabrein(Eve) 18 (Apr) News Magazine (Hindi/English) Aaj Savere 20 (Apr) Parikrama 19 (Apr)  Read News English MORNING NEWS MIDDAY NEWS NEWS AT NINE हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात दोपहर समाचार समाचार संध्या Listen Programs Daily Broadcast Daily COVID19 Bulletin 6 (Apr) Market Mantra 19 (Apr) Samayki 19 (Apr) Sports Scan 23 (Mar) Spotlight/News Analysis 19 (Apr) Samachar Darshan 22 (Mar) Radio Newsreel 21 (Mar) Weekly Broadcast Public Speak Country wide 12 (Mar) Surkhiyon Mein 19 (Apr) Charcha Ka Vishai Ha 11 (Mar) Vaad-Samvaad 17 (Mar) Money Talk 17 (Mar) Current Affairs 6 (Mar) Special Programs Special Programs Janadesh 2019 Digital Programs Money Matters 22 (Mar) International News 22 (Mar) Press Review 23 (Mar) From the States 23 (Mar) Let's Connect 22 (Mar) 360°- Ek Parivesh 23 (Mar) Know Your Constitution 30 (Jan) Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat 22 (Mar) Sanskriti Darshan 23 (Mar) Fit India New India 23 (Mar) Weather Report 21 (Mar) North East Diaries 22 (Mar) 150 Years of Bapu 22 (Mar) Sector Specific Discussions 22 (Mar) Counting Day Special Program    What's New Tenders Circulars RTI Replies RTI News Schedule Vacancies Contact Us Akashwani Annual Awards About Us Citizens Charter Citizens Charter In Hindi AIR Code News Services Division News Policy for Broadcast Media Feedback Related Sites Ministry of I & B Press Information Bureau DAVP National Portal Of India Regional Units Details RNU NON RNU PTC Details Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Policy for Contractual Engagements AIR DD News Press Release Connect With Us Site Maintained by: Website Cell, NSD and IT Division, Prasar Bharati, New Delhi, India. Website Policy   
2020-04-20Maharashtra steps up vigil as Pune, Thane and Pimpri Chinchwad declared containment zones - All India Radio
Maharashtra steps up vigil as Pune, Thane and Pimpri Chinchwad declared containment zones @CMOMaharashtra In Maharashtra, Thane district, Pune city and its neighbouring Pimpri Chinchwad have been declared containment zones in light of surge in COVID-19 cases thus imposing further restrictions on people's movement. All the restrictions in place under the ongoing lockdown will remain in force without any change.   The relief given in the April 17 notification issued by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, for certain zones will not be available for Thane district, Pune city and Pimpri Chinchwad. Areas within municipal limits of all three place have been sealed till further orders.   AIR correspondent reports that order issued by Thane district collector Rajesh Narvekar stated that the areas classified as the containment zone in Thane district include the municipal corporation limits of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira Bhayander, Kalyan Dombivili, Ulhasnagar, and Bhiwandi- Nizampur.   Areas under the municipal councils of Ambernath, Kulgaon Badlapur and Nagar panchayat of Shahapur and Murbad, besides the entire area of Thane Zilla Parishad will also fall under the containment zone. Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) Commissioner Shekhar Gaikwad in an order declared entire Pune city as a "containment zone". His Pimpri Chinchwad (PCMC) counterpart, Dr Shravan Hardikar, also issued a similar order. As per the orders, the entry and exit of people, barring those carrying out essential services, into and outside the corporation limits has been prohibited. Action will be taken against those found roaming in the cities unnecessarily. The number of coronavirus positive cases in Thane district rose by 19 to 394 on Sunday night with 12 deaths so far while in Pune district so far, 669 people have tested coronavirus positive, with 51 succumbing to the infection.    Related News Live Twitter Feed Tweets by airnewsalerts Listen News English Morning News 28 (Apr) Midday News 28 (Apr) News at Nine 28 (Apr) Hourly 28 (Apr) (2300hrs) हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात 28 (Apr) दोपहर समाचार 28 (Apr) समाचार संध्या 28 (Apr) प्रति घंटा समाचार 28 (Apr) (2305hrs) ارد و Khabarnama (Mor) 28 (Apr) Khabrein(Day) 28 (Apr) Khabrein(Eve) 28 (Apr) News Magazine (Hindi/English) Aaj Savere 28 (Apr) Parikrama 28 (Apr)  Read News English MORNING NEWS MIDDAY NEWS NEWS AT NINE हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात दोपहर समाचार समाचार संध्या Listen Programs Daily Broadcast Daily COVID19 Bulletin 6 (Apr) Market Mantra 28 (Apr) Samayki 28 (Apr) Sports Scan 23 (Mar) Spotlight/News Analysis 28 (Apr) Samachar Darshan 22 (Mar) Radio Newsreel 21 (Mar) Weekly Broadcast Public Speak Country wide 12 (Mar) Surkhiyon Mein 28 (Apr) Charcha Ka Vishai Ha 11 (Mar) Vaad-Samvaad 17 (Mar) Money Talk 17 (Mar) Current Affairs 6 (Mar) Special Programs Special Programs Janadesh 2019 Digital Programs Money Matters 22 (Mar) International News 22 (Mar) Press Review 23 (Mar) From the States 23 (Mar) Let's Connect 22 (Mar) 360°- Ek Parivesh 23 (Mar) Know Your Constitution 30 (Jan) Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat 22 (Mar) Sanskriti Darshan 23 (Mar) Fit India New India 23 (Mar) Weather Report 21 (Mar) North East Diaries 22 (Mar) 150 Years of Bapu 22 (Mar) Sector Specific Discussions 22 (Mar) Counting Day Special Program    What's New Tenders Circulars RTI Replies RTI News Schedule Vacancies Contact Us Akashwani Annual Awards About Us Citizens Charter Citizens Charter In Hindi AIR Code News Services Division News Policy for Broadcast Media Feedback Related Sites Ministry of I & B Press Information Bureau DAVP National Portal Of India Regional Units Details RNU NON RNU PTC Details Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Policy for Contractual Engagements AIR DD News Press Release Connect With Us Site Maintained by: Website Cell, NSD and IT Division, Prasar Bharati, New Delhi, India. Website Policy   
2020-04-20Palghar Sadhu lynching: CM Uddhav Thackeray says case handed over to CID, 2 cops suspended - Free Press Journal
Palghar Sadhu lynching: CM Uddhav Thackeray says case handed over to CID, 2 cops suspendedBy FPJ Web DeskCM Uddhav ThackerayMaharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday said that the Palghar mob lynching case has been handed over to CID. He also said that two policemen were suspended on Monday for alleged dereliction of duty.While addressing the state via Facebook Live, Uddhav Thackeray said, "We've suspended 2 policemen and appointed ADG CID Crime Atulchandra Kulkarni to investigate the matter. Over 100 persons including 5 main accused have been arrested so far."He assured citizens that nothing communal in Palghar mob lynching case. "There is nothing communal in this whole incident. I have spoken to Amit Shah ji this morning about the incident too," Thackeray said.Also ReadPalghar Sadhu lynchings: Yogi Adityanath asks Uddhav Thackeray to take strict action against accused On Monday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to enquire about the lynching of three people in the state's Palghar area. During the telephonic conversation, Thackeray apprised the home minister about the incidents and the steps taken to nab those involved in the incident.The incident took place on April 16 when the three men from Kandivali in Mumbai were going in a car towards Surat in Gujarat. Their vehicle was stopped near a village in Palghar. The three were dragged out of their car and beaten to death with sticks by a mob on suspicion that they were thieves.The deceased were identified as Chikne Maharaj Kalpavrukshagiri (70), Sushilgiri Maharaj (35), and their car driver Nilesh Telgade (30). Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said stern action will be taken against those involved in the lynching of the three men. The state government has also ordered a high-level inquiry into the incident.Maharashtra Chief MinisterUddhav ThackerayPalgharPalghar mob lynchingPalghar Sadhu lynchingRecent StoriesLIVECoronavirus updates from India and the world: Total number of COVID-19 cases in India rises to 21,393Pakistani journalist falls for fake Omani Princess account that criticises India, even after bio is changed to 'parody'Donald Trump signs executive order temporarily suspending immigration into US Two SpiceJet lessors in talks to reclaim planes over missed payments: Reuters reportMukesh Ambani overtakes Jack Ma to once again become Asia's richest billionaire 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
2020-04-19Maharashtra govt data: Zero coronavirus deaths in 17 districts, positive cases contained to single digit in 19 - The Indian Express
Maharashtra govt data: Zero coronavirus deaths in 17 districts, positive cases contained to single digit in 19 Maharashtra govt data: Zero coronavirus deaths in 17 districts, positive cases contained to single digit in 19 According to the data, while most of the coronavirus positive cases are concentrated in Mumbai (2,268) and Pune (546) and its surrounding areas, district administrators say a bigger challenge would be to contain the spread. By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 20, 2020 3:24:07 am Till Saturday, the state reported 3,648 coronavirus cases and 211 deaths. (Representational) While coronavirus cases have breached the 3,600-mark across the state, the pandemic has been contained to a single digit in at least 19 districts, according to data compiled by the state Ministry of Health. No virus-related death has been reported in 17 districts so far, it adds. Till Saturday, the state reported 3,648 coronavirus cases and 211 deaths. According to the data, while most of the coronavirus positive cases are concentrated in Mumbai (2,268) and Pune (546) and its surrounding areas, district administrators say a bigger challenge would be to contain the spread after the industries in areas with few or no coronavirus cases start production and processing activities in a restricted manner. On Sunday, the state government indicated industries based in green and orange coronavirus zones of the state would be allowed to resume operations from April 20, but in a restricted manner. Borders of all districts, however, would continue to remain sealed with the movement of only essential services allowed. Green zones are the areas which have not reported any coronavirus case, while orange zones are the ones where only a few such cases have been reported. “The phase-wise relaxation to core sectors, like agriculture, real estate and infrastructure, in non-coronavirus hotspots will be implemented after strict monitoring. The borders along the districts will not be opened for free movement of people. The exemption will only be made for the transport of essential goods and medical items. The borders will remain sealed,” Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said. While there will be some relaxation in intra-state movement, all such travel will be subjected to strict scrutiny, he said. Guardian ministers of each district have also been directed to coordinate with the district authorities to ensure prohibitory norms are adhered to despite the relaxations. According to the data, the 19 districts where positive cases have been contained to single-digit are Ahmednagar (9), Latur (8), Ratnagiri (6), Amravati (6), Kolhapur (5), Bhiwandi (4) and Osmanabad (3). Two cases each have been reported from Jalna, Jalgaon and Chandrapur, while one case each has been reported at Ulhasnagar, Dhule, Nandurbar, Sindhudurg, Hingoli, Parbhani, Beed, Washim and Gondia. The 17 districts that so far have not reported a single coronavirus death are Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Raigad, Nashik, Nandurbar, Kolhapur, Sangli, Sindhudurg, Jalna, Hingoli, Parbhani, Latur, Osmanabad, Beed, Washim, Gondia and Yavatmal. Maximum cases, the data states, have been reported from areas near Mumbai — Thane 134 (4 deaths), Kalyan Dombivali 73 (2), Navi Mumbai 65 (3), Mira Bhayander 64 (2), Nagpur 63 (1) and Vasai Virar 62 (3). Pimpri Chinchwad, located near Pune, has recorded 45 and one death so far. Referring to Sangli, where all the 26 coronavirus patients have recovered, state Water Resources Minister Jayant Patil said, “Although Sangli has ensured 100 per cent recovery of all 26 positive cases, containment is strictly being observed in the zone. The number of tests carried out has multiplied, resulting in better preventive measures. But unless the numbers across Maharashtra flatten, administration and people have to remain on alert.”
2020-04-19Coronavirus: Thane district declared containment zone - Outlook India
Coronavirus: Thane district declared containment zone Thane, Apr19 (PTI) Thane district neighbouring Mumbai was on Sunday night declared as a containment zone in light of surge in the number of COVID-19 cases, a senior official said. All the restrictions in place under the ongoing lockdown will remain in force without any change, and the relief stated in the April 17 notification for certain zones will not be available for Thane district, stated the order issued by district collector Rajesh Narvekar. "Consequent upon the increase in the number of COVID- 19 cases, the entire Thane district is being declared as a containment zone. "The areas classified as the containment zone include the municipal corporation limits of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira Bhayander, Kalyan Dombivili, Ulhasnagar, and Bhiwandi- Nizampur," it stated. Areas under the municipal councils of Ambernath, Kulgaon Badlapur and Nagar panchayat of Shahapur and Murbad, besides the entire area of Thane Zilla Parishad will also fall under the containment zone. The number of coronavirus positive cases in Thane district rose by 19 to 394 on Sunday night with 12 deaths so far, as per district authorities. PTI CORR NSK NSK Disclaimer: This story has not been edited by Outlook Staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI ADVERTISEMENT RECOMMENDED MORE FROM WEBSITE Coronavirus: 21 Indian Navy Personnel Test Positive For Covid-19 In Mumbai Coronavirus: UP Records 125 Fresh Cases, India Tally Nears 15,000, Deaths Near 500 Tablighi Jamaat’s Faisalabad Chief Dies Of Coronavirus in Pakistan; Over 1,100 Members Infected ADVERTISEMENT MORE FROM OUTLOOK Coronavirus Lockdown: Work From Home Comes With Its Own Set Of Rules How Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact The Economy -- And You From Worst To A Role Model, How Bhilwara Turned The Corner In War Against Coronavirus Next Story: People of Rajasthan stranded elsewhere within the state can now be transported back: Gehlot Copyright © 2018 Outlook Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved More News
2020-04-1921 nurses at Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital found coronavirus positive - India TV News
21 nurses at Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital found coronavirus positive 21 nurses at Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital found coronavirus positive Twenty-one nurses at Mumbai's Jaslok hospital have tested coronavirus positive. All of them had come in contact with another nurse who was coronavirus positive but has recovered now. The nursing staff of 21-members have been quarantined in the Hospital's hostel for now and are being treated. India TV News Desk New Delhi Updated on: April 19, 2020 14:10 IST 21 nurses have been found positive for coronavirus in Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital Twenty-one nurses at Mumbai's Jaslok hospital have tested coronavirus positive. All of them had come in contact with another nurse who was coronavirus positive but has recovered. The nursing staff of 21-members have been quarantined in the Hospital's hostel for now and are being treated. Maharashtra is the worst-hit state in the country having maximum number of coronavirus cases. Currently, the state's positive patient numbers have surged to 3,651 including 211. On Sunday, the number of coronavirus cases in Thane district rose to 364 after 44 more people tested positive for the disease, authorities said on Sunday. One more person died of the viral infection, taking the toll in the district to 12, they said. So far, 130 COVID-19 cases have been reported from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation, 73 from Kalyan-Dombivali, 69 from Mira-Bhayander, 60 from Navi Mumbai, 14 from Badlapur township, 10 from Thane rural, four from Ambernath township, three from Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal limits and one from Ulhasnagar. Meanwhile, coronavirus cases in India have crossed 15,000-mark taking confirmed cases toll to 15,712 including 507 deaths and 2,231 have recovered, according to the health ministry's figures on Sunday. Till Saturday evening, positive cases in India were at 14,792 including 488 deaths while over 2015 people were cured for the deadly disease. 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2020-04-19Maharashtra: 44 new COVID-19 cases in Thane; tally at 364 in district - Deccan Herald
Maharashtra: 44 new coronavirus cases in Thane district Maharashtra: 44 new coronavirus cases in Thane district Maharashtra: 44 new COVID-19 cases in Thane; tally at 364 in district X Share via Share permalink PTI, Apr 19 2020, 15:09 ist updated: Apr 19 2020, 15:09 ist The number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra's Thane district rose to 364 after 44 more people tested positive for the disease, authorities said on Sunday. One more person died of the viral infection, taking the toll in the district to 12, they said. CORONAVIRUS SPECIAL COVERAGE ONLY ON DH So far, 130 COVID-19 cases have been reported from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation, 73 from Kalyan- Dombivali, 69 from Mira-Bhayander, 60 from Navi Mumbai, 14 from Badlapur township, 10 from Thane rural, four from Ambernath township, three from Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal limits and one from Ulhasnagar. Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribe DH Newsletter Privacy Policy Get top news in your inbox daily GET IT MaharashtraCOVID-19CoronavirusThane 0 Comments (+) Related stories Earnings, COVID-19 trend to set market tone: Analysts... Pakistan starts repatriating UAE-based nationals 'Industries in green, orange zones allowed to resume'... COVID-19: Japan govt draws flak over dirty, small masks... Indian coast guard ramps up surveillance in Karnataka... Man in Bihar's Nalanda tests positive for COVID-19... What's Brewing Flamingoes throng Mumbai as human activities dip Coronavirus: 'Word social distancing was poorly chosen' COVID-19: ICMR launches study on side effects of HCQ Coronavirus: What will remain open after April 20? Some relief for non-containment zones Olympics postponement: Boon for some, bane for a few   DH Picks Coronavirus news live updates: Migrant workers can't move outside... Live COVID-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on April 19... Featured Content Someone from India could win a $159 million jackpot... Pandemic Podcast: Mental health under the lockdown COVID-19 lockdown: A recipe for mental health crisis... Wuhan lab director denies claim that virus born in... What's Brewing Flamingoes throng Mumbai as human activities dip Coronavirus: 'Word social distancing was poorly chosen' COVID-19: ICMR launches study on side effects of HCQ Coronavirus: What will remain open after April 20? Some relief for non-containment zones Olympics postponement: Boon for some, bane for a few 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 NewsBudget 2019Family FinanceTechnologyDH Wheels Multimedia VideosPhotos Opinion DH ViewsEditorialsPanoramaCommentIn PerspectiveRight in the Middle Entertainment Entertainment NewsDH TalkiesArts, Books & Culture Coronavirus Live UpdatesSubscribe to DH on TelegramWATCH | Coronavirus latest updatesCoronavirus OutbreakCOVID-19 | State-wise tallyCORONAVIRUS HELPLINES DH Picks Coronavirus news live updates: Migrant workers can't move outside state/UT they are now located, says MHA COVID-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on April 19 Pandemic Podcast: Mental health under the lockdown COVID-19 lockdown: A recipe for mental health crisis Wuhan lab director denies claim that virus born in lab Latest stories Maharashtra: 44 new coronavirus cases in Thane district IIT team develops magnetic RAM for faster computation Earnings, COVID-19 trend to set market tone: Analysts 'RBI measures for NBFCs unlikely to boost credit flow' Pakistan starts repatriating UAE-based nationals Trending news Karnataka CM announces post-April 20 relaxations COVID-19: BBMP lists hotspots in 38 wards of Bengaluru COVID-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on April 14 COVID-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on April 16 Should've COVID-19 vaccine by 2021, won't patent: Adar Services About Epaper Newsletter Archives Sitemap Classifieds Contact Our group sites Printers Mysore Prajavani Sudha Mayura Privacy Policy Terms Disclaimer © 2020 The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd. X Share via Share permalink 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 Contribute and Support Deccan Herald Digital journalism contribute
2020-04-19Coronavirus news highlights: Telangana becomes first state to extend lockdown 2.0; bans food delivery services - CNBCTV18
Coronavirus news highlights: Telangana becomes first state to extend lockdown 2.0; bans food delivery services CNBC-TV18 | Published: April 19, 2020 11:37 PM IST share event highlights Japan passes 10,000 domestic cases of COVID-19 10-month old baby tested positive at Delhi's Lady Hardinge Hospital 44 new cases in Andhra Pradesh Uttarakhand: Haridwar and Nainital districts declared 'Red Zone' after the total number of positive cases in the state reaches 42. According to Yugal Kishor Pant, Additional Secretary (Health), 80 percent of the cases are from Dehradun, Haridwar & Nainital districts Kerala to ease lockdown from Monday, shutdown in four red zones to stay till May 3 COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra over 3,600 In Maharashtra, 9 people test positive for coronavirus in Nagpur district today; the total number of positive cases is 72 COVID-19 cases in Delhi reaches 1,893, toll at 43 Coronavirus LIVE updates: India's death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 507 on Sunday while the total number of cases jumped to 15,712 in the country. Among states, Maharashtra remains the worst-hit with nearly 4,000 cases. This blog will keep you posted on the latest updates and developments from the new coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak in India and abroad today: Apr 19, 2020 23:34 With that we wrap today's coverage of the top developments from India and around the world on coronavirus. We will see you again tomorrow, until then stay safe, stay indoors, good night. Share: Apr 19, 2020 23:26 Coronavirus updates LIVE: Telangana extends lockdown until May 7 Telangana has become the first state to extend lockdown 2.0, even if only by a few days. In a press meet late on April 19 Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that the nationwide lockdown in Telangana would continue until May 7. Taking a cue from states like Tamil Nadu and Delhi, Rao added that no exemptions or easing of restrictions would be allowed during the lockdown, home ministry guidelines notwithstanding. The state has gone a step further and issued a blanket ban of home-delivery of cooked food by delivery aggregators, while allowing delivery of essential items to continue. The CM said that food delivery services like Swiggy and Zomato will not be allowed in the state from April 19 midnight. No public festivities, no religious congregation will be allowed in the state. salary deferments for Telangana government staff to continue for the month of April. Share: Apr 19, 2020 21:52 Coronavirus updates LIVE: The number of COVID-19 positive cases has risen to 4,200 in Maharashtra as of April 19 after 552 new patients were reported since yesterday. Twelve new deaths were reported across the state. So, 507 people have recovered and were discharged. The total number of cases in Mumbai is at 2,724 cases and 132 deaths were reported until April 19. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region has a total of 3,214 cases and 148 death were reported. Share: Apr 19, 2020 19:00 44 new coronavirus cases in AP, tally climbs to 647 As many as 44 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Andhra Pradesh, taking the total number of infections in the state to 647 on Sunday while the toll stood at 17. In all, 44 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours ending 9 am on Sunday, as the state government said a record 5,508 tests were carried out during the period. With a total of 65 discharged and 17 deceased, the number of active coronavirus cases in the state stood at 565. Share: Apr 19, 2020 18:42 Putin says coronavirus crisis under full control in Russia despite record rise in cases President Vladimir Putin said that Russian authorities had the coronavirus crisis under full control and that everything would work out with God's help, even as the country on Sunday registered a record daily rise in cases of the new virus. Russia on Sunday reported 6,060 new cases in the previous 24 hours, bringing its nationwide tally to 42,853, though the official death toll of 361 remains relatively low compared with other countries with a similar number of cases. Share: Apr 19, 2020 18:25 No active COVID-19 case in Goa after all seven patients discharged All seven COVID-19 patients in Goa have recovered from the infection and have been discharged, chief minister Pramod Sawant said on Sunday. He said that all the seven persons are natives of Goa, but six of them had returned to the state from abroad. "The repeat samples of the seven COVID-19 patients have tested negative for the infection. While six of them had been discharged earlier, the last patient was discharged on Sunday," Sawant said. Share: Apr 19, 2020 18:00 Tamil Nadu won't ease lockdown restrictions on April 20 Home ministry guidelines notwithstanding, the Tamil Nadu government intends to ease any restrictions surrounding the lockdown only once its 19-member expert committee gives it the green signal. “COVID-19 restrictions in Tamil Nadu will continue until the government takes a call on exemptions announced by the Centre,” read a circular issued by the state government on Sunday. “Any decision on a rollback of the present restrictions will be taken only after the expert committee presents in report on April 20 (Monday),” it added. More here Share: Apr 19, 2020 17:27 CBSE to assess loss of time for students, rationalise syllabus for classes 9-12 The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is considering rationalising the syllabus for classes 9 to 12 for the next academic year to make up for lost time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The board is presently in the process of assessing the situation as well as the loss and a call in this regard will be taken accordingly.         "NCERT has come out with revised activities calender for classes 1-8 , the CBSE is assessing the situation and loss time to rationalise syllabus for classes 9-12 and inform in due course of time," a senior board official said. Share: Apr 19, 2020 16:43 Maharashtra to allow industries in green, orange zones to resume, says CM Thackeray Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said industries based in green and orange coronavirus zones of the state will be allowed to resume operations from April 20, but in a restricted manner. In a video message, he also said that industries which are ready to provide accommodation to their workers during the lockdown will be given food grain supply and permission for raw material from the state. "We have to turn this arthachakra (stuck wheel of the chariot of economy) from April 20," Thackeray said."The state government is allowing the industries from green and orange zones to start production and processing activities in a restricted manner. The industries will have to arrange the accommodation for their workers. They would not travel long distance for work,” he said Share: Apr 19, 2020 14:38 GoAir puts 85-90% staff on leave without pay for entire duration of lockdown GoAir has informed most of its staff saying that it would treat the duration of the national lockdown between March 25 and May 3 as leave without pay, according to a letter seen by CNBC-TV18. A spokesperson for the airline confirmed the development, saying that the decision applies to about 85-90 percent of its staff, and that it was taken after receiving "positive feedback from employees" and that employees were willing to work during the period on leave without pay. More here Share: Apr 19, 2020 14:11 Cases in Gujarat rise to 1,604, deaths go up to 58 Gujarat reported 228 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, taking the total number of such cases in the state to 1,604. Five more persons died due to coronavirus, raising the state's toll to 58, a health department official said. Out of the 228 new cases, 140 were reported from Ahmedabad, taking the tally in the district to 1,002, principal secretary (health) Jayanti Ravi said. Besides, Surat reported 67 new cases, Vadodara- eight, Rajkot- five, Banaskantha and Bhavnagar- two each, and Botad, Chhota Udepur and Mehsana- one each. Share: Apr 19, 2020 13:50 South Korea relaxes some social distancing rules as new virus cases fall South Korea extended its social distancing policy for another 15 days on Sunday but offered some relief for churches and sporting fixtures, as it reported just eight new coronavirus infections, the lowest in two months. The slightly relaxed guidelines mean high-risk facilities like churches will no longer have to close, while sports matches such as soccer can resume without an audience. "It is safest to maintain the intensive social distancing, but it isn't easy realistically. We need to find a middle ground," Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun told a televised meeting of government officials. Share: Apr 19, 2020 13:27 Worldwide coronavirus cases exceed 2.31 million, death toll crosses 158,300 More than 2.31 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 158,384 have died, according to a Reuters tally. Infections have been reported in more than 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in China in December 2019. Share: Apr 19, 2020 13:01 Govt says no decision yet on easing or lifting flight restrictions India has not yet taken a decision on when to lift or ease restrictions on domestic and international flights and urged airlines to take travel bookings only after a final decision is made, a government minister said. "The Ministry of Civil Aviation clarifies that so far no decision has been taken to open domestic or international operations," civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri said in a tweet late on Saturday. Read more Share: Apr 19, 2020 12:35 The danger of coronavirus increasing, says Delhi deputy CM Sisodia Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia tweeted: “Of the 736 corona tests conducted in Delhi yesterday, 186 results are positive. These are not good signs. Areas where corona patients have been found have been sealed and declared as hotspots.  The danger of corona is not averted but is increasing. “Appeal to all, stay in homes.” Share: Apr 19, 2020 12:34 No relaxation from lockdown in Delhi, review after a week, says CM Kejriwal Delhi chief minister on Sunday said: "After assessing the prevailing situation in Delhi, we have decided not to permit any relaxation of the lockdown, as of now." Share: Apr 19, 2020 12:28 After assessing the prevailing situation in Delhi, we have decided not to permit any relaxation of the lockdown, as of now. https://t.co/mPIOpuF2KR— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) April 19, 2020 Share: Apr 19, 2020 12:24 44 new cases in Maharashtra's Thane district; tally 364 The number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra's Thane district rose to 364 after 44 more people tested positive for the disease, authorities said on Sunday. One more person died of the viral infection, taking death the toll in the district to 12. So far, 130 COVID-19 cases have been reported from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation, 73 from Kalyan-Dombivali, 69 from Mira-Bhayander, 60 from Navi Mumbai, 14 from Badlapur township, 10 from Thane rural, four from Ambernath township, three from Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal limits and one from Ulhasnagar. Share: Apr 19, 2020 12:02 Japan passes 10,000 domestic cases of COVID-19 Japanese health ministry said Sunday that 568 new cases of the coronavirus were reported the day before, bringing a domestic total to 10,361, reported PTI. A combined total including 712 others from a cruise ship quarantined near Tokyo earlier this year came to 11,073, with 174 deaths. The number of cases is still relatively small compared to the US and Europe, but that's only as many as Japan's limited testing has detected and actual infections are believed to be far more widespread. Experts have noted that their strategy of going after clusters to trace infections is no longer effective to keep up with the surging cases and more tests are needed. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday expanded a state of emergency, which was limited to Tokyo and six other urban areas, to all of Japan, in a bid to prevent further spread of the virus nationwide amid concerns that hospitals are already overburdened with influx of patients. Share: Apr 19, 2020 11:47 10-month old baby tested positive at Delhi's Lady Hardinge Hospital Two doctors, six nurses and a 10-month baby tested positive for coronavirus, reported ANI.  According to the hospital's officials, the baby was brought by his father to the emergency ward of Lady Hardinge Hospital for respiratory ailments and was tested positive for COVID-19.  The toddler's father has also tested positive while the mother's test result is awaited. The authorities added that the pediatric ICU of the hospital is being sanitised, the officials added.  Share: Apr 19, 2020 11:33 44 new cases in Andhra Pradesh The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Andhra Pradesh climbed to 647 as 44 new cases were reported in the state in the last 24 hours. Share: Apr 19, 2020 11:13 Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath chairs a meeting of senior government officers to review situation regarding #COVID19 in Uttar Pradesh. pic.twitter.com/cE6SziFZ2J— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) April 19, 2020 Share: Apr 19, 2020 11:12 Uttarakhand: Haridwar and Nainital districts declared 'Red Zone' after the total number of positive cases in the state reaches 42. According to Yugal Kishor Pant, Additional Secretary (Health), 80 percent of the cases are from Dehradun, Haridwar & Nainital districts Share: Apr 19, 2020 11:03 Kerala to ease lockdown from Monday, shutdown in four red zones to stay till May 3 As per the Union Health Ministry, 395 COVID-19 positive cases have confirmed in Kerala, of which 245 have been cured and discharged while three have succumbed to the virus. The Kerala government has categorised the districts into four zones- Red, Orange A, Orange B and Green.  Red zone comprises Kasaragod, Kannur, Kozhikode and Malappuram. In the red zone, a complete lockdown will be in place until May 3. Two entry and exit points are allowed for carrying essential commodities to COVID-19 hotspots. Orange (A) zone comprises Pathanamthitta, Ernakulam and Kollam. A lockdown will be in effect until April 24 and then partial relaxation will be allowed. Orange (B) zone comprises Alappuzha, Thrissur, Palakkad, Thiruvananthapuram and Wayanad. A lockdown will be in effect until April 20 and then partial relaxation will be allowed. Green zone comprises Kottayam and Idukki. A lockdown will be in effect until April 20 and then regulations will be eased. Share: Apr 19, 2020 10:49 China declares Wuhan low-risk area China has classified the coronavirus epicentre Wuhan as a low-risk area, days after it revised the city's death toll by 50 percent, even as 16 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the country, health officials said on Sunday. According to the risk criteria defined in a guideline issued by China's State Council, cities, counties and districts with no newly confirmed cases in the last 14 days are categorised as low-risk areas. Those with fewer than 50 cases or those with over 50 but without a concentrated outbreak are classified as mid-risk areas, and those with over 50 cases as well as a concentrated outbreak are classified as high-risk areas. China's National Health Commission (NHC) said on Sunday that 16 new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported in the country on Saturday, with nine imported cases and seven local transmissions. The death toll remained at 4,632 as no new fatalities were reported on Saturday, it said. The overall confirmed cases in China had reached 82,735 by Saturday, including 1,041 patients who were still being treated, 77,062 people who were discharged after recovery, and 4,632 people who died of the disease. Share: Apr 19, 2020 10:46 1,334 new cases, 27 deaths reported in the last 24 hours: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare https://t.co/F0NW1Ngm0C— ANI (@ANI) April 19, 2020 Share: Apr 19, 2020 10:37 COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra over 3,600 According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Maharashtra continues to be the worst-affected state with a total of 3,651 cases. While 365 patients have recovered, 211 deaths have been reported.  Delhi comes next with 1,893 cases, out of which 72 patients have recovered while 42 patients have died.  Tamil Nadu has also crossed the 1,000 mark, with 1,372 cases, out of which 365 have recovered and 15 have succumbed to the virus.  Rajasthan has confirmed 1,351 cases, out of which 183 people have recovered while 11 patients are dead.  Meanwhile, in Madhya Pradesh, another worst-hit state, has reported 1,407 cases, including 127 patients recovered and 70 patients dead.  Share: Apr 19, 2020 10:30 COVID lockdown: Maharashtra govt to allow select economic activities from April 20; here's the full list Come April 20, the Maharashtra government will allow certain economic activities following the guidelines issued by the central government to mitigate the hardship of the people. Share: Apr 19, 2020 10:26 In Maharashtra, 9 people test positive for coronavirus in Nagpur district today; the total number of positive cases is 72. Share: Apr 19, 2020 10:20 COVID-19 cases in Delhi reaches 1,893, toll at 43 The total number of coronavirus cases in the national capital on Saturday climbed to 1,893, with 186 fresh cases and one death being reported in a day, according to the Delhi government. Of the total 43 fatalities reported till date, 24 were above 60 years of age, making over 55% of the total death cases, they said. Share: view more Trending on CNBC-TV18 Smart Living Four gadgets you should invest in for good health Market India's economic growth likely to pick up soon, says Morgan... Economy We should remove exemptions and deductions in a phased manner,... Live TV recommended for you Market Opening Bell: Sensex gains 200 points; Nifty opens above... Politics PM Modi's blog outlines 5 vital 'ingredients' for every... 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2020-04-19Maharashtra: 44 new Covid-19 cases in Thane district; tally 364 - Times of India
Maharashtra: 44 new Covid-19 cases in Thane district; tally 364Maharashtra: 44 new Covid-19 cases in Thane district; tally 364PTI | Updated: Apr 19, 2020, 12:30 ISTRepresentative imageTHANE: The number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra's Thane district rose to 364 after 44 more people tested positive for the disease, authorities said on Sunday. One more person died of the viral infection, taking the toll in the district to 12, they said. So far, 130 Covid-19 cases have been reported from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation, 73 from Kalyan- Dombivali, 69 from Mira-Bhayander, 60 from Navi Mumbai, 14 from Badlapur township, 10 from Thane rural, four from Ambernath township, three from Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal limits and one from Ulhasnagar. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! Order Nowmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCoronavirus casesCoronavirus test centersCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaIndian Navy corona casesCoronavirus updateCoronavirus India live newsNarendra ModiThank you Coronavirus helpersIPL 2020Covid 19 India trackerAarogya SetuAir India NewsLATEST VIDEOSCityShocking! Congress MLA refuses to give ration to BJP loyalist in Rajasthan COVID-19 crisis: Two held in Dongri for demeaning Mumbai Police in a video COVID-19: 31 nurses and 5 doctors of Mumbai's Jaslok hospital test positive COVID-19: 50-year-old patient succumbs in Gurugram More from TOIThese foods can clean your lungs naturally!Is Dalgona Coffee over-hyped?Top products to make your “work from home” life easyAmazon Audible: Listen to the best of audiobooks by starting your free trial todayNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksKerala Coronavirus Helpline NumberHaryana Coronavirus Helpline NumberUP Coronavirus Helpline NumberBareilly NewsBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadCoronavirus in IndiaCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusRajasthan Coronavirus Helpline NumberAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiAP Coronavirus Helpline NumberArvind KejriwalJammu Kashmir Coronavirus Helpline NumberSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsCoronavirus cases in IndiaIndian Navy corona casesCoronavirus updateCoronavirus India live newsNarendra ModiThank you Coronavirus helpersIPL 2020Covid 19 India trackerAarogya SetuAir India NewsFDI in IndiaKarnataka LockdownUPSC Civil ServicesNikhil Kumaraswamy WeddingFace Masks IndiaCoronavirus newsHoroscope 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 webPawan Verma SongKajal Raghwani Sexy VideoZaira WasimKangana RanautKhans Family PortraitAvantika MalikAjaz KhanKareena Kapoor KhanShahid KapoorTrending topicsJanhvi KapoorSaif Ali KhanAnushka SharmaGiorgia AndrianiArjun KapoorSonakshi SinhaEsha GuptaFarah Khan AliAlok NathShah Rukh KhanPriyanka ChopraTiger ShroffSundar PichaiZoom AppWhatsapp Group CalliPhone SE 2020Bangalore LockdownKolkata LockdownFollow 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
2020-04-19Maha: 44 new COVID-19 cases in Thane district; tally 364 - Business Insider India
Maha: 44 new COVID-19 cases in Thane district; tally 364Maha: 44 new COVID-19 cases in Thane district; tally 364PTIApr 19, 2020, 12:20 ISTThane, Apr 19() The number of coronavirus cases inMaharashtra's Thane district rose to 364 after 44 more peopletested positive for the disease, authorities said on Sunday.One more person died of the viral infection, takingthe toll in the district to 12, they said.So far, 130 COVID-19 cases have been reported fromareas under Thane Municipal Corporation, 73 from Kalyan-Dombivali, 69 from Mira-Bhayander, 60 from Navi Mumbai, 14from Badlapur township, 10 from Thane rural, four fromAmbernath township, three from Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipallimits and one from Ulhasnagar. CORGK GK {{}} Add Comment()Comments ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookGoogleEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONXSort By:NewestOldestDiscussedUp VotedDown VotedBe the first one to comment.We have sent you a verification email. This comment will be published once verification is done.Next StoryUP minister trying his hands to hairdress children amid lockdown Latest StoriesCOVID-19: Several Indian-American doctors in the frontlineRussian fighter jet executes 'unsafe' intercept of US Navy aircraft, coming within 25 feet of an American planeA married couple created elaborate lip-sync videos while in lockdown, and they're inspiring others to do the sameSweden left schools, bars, restaurants, and gyms open during the coronavirus pandemic. Experts say the strategy might be working.US and Canada border restrictions have been extended for another 30 days, and Trudeau expects them to continue for weeks Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaLocal mom horrified: Husband exposes her 3-year secret job!Daily NewsMercedes-Benz E-Class in mind? EMI starts @59,900!Sundaram Motors Recommended ReadElon Musk, Jamie Dimon, and Vince McMahon: Here are 20 of the biggest names on Trump's list of advisors to reopen the US economyNizamuddin Coronavirus hotspot: Everyone who knew about the religious gathering at Delhi's Markaz Tablighi JamaatThe Kanika Kapoor-Prince Charles conspiracy theory is proof that Indians blame everyone but themselves Start trading with iFOREX and enjoy a risk-free 1st deal iForex Coronavirus crisis has made Infosys, TCS, and HCL Tech stocks so cheap, this may be the time buy — but hold for at least a yearThis drone is delivering medicines, collecting blood samples and spraying sanitizers in TelanganaThe Malabar Civet isn't one of them, but the Coronavirus lockdown has brought a lot of animals out of hidingAn Indian’s shopping guide during the coronavirus pandemicDolphins return to Italy, Venice canal shines, China’s air clears up – the impact of Coronavirus isolation says we need to rethink our waysTrending NewsAndhra Pradesh HotspotMumbai coronavirus hotspotCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus symptomsTelangana Coronavirus hotspotIndian Railwayswhat is hydroxychloroquine medicinePM kisan Schemecoronavirus cases in KarnatakaCoronavirus cases in RajasthanUP minister trying his hands to hairdress children amid lockdown228 new COVID-29 cases in Guj; state tally rises to 1,604Amid row, Assam not to use PPE kits imported from ChinaCOVID-19IndiaCases: 16,116Deaths: 519Recovered: 2,302COVID-19WorldCases: 2.24mDeaths: 153kRecovered: 605kCOVID-19USACases: 695kDeaths: 32kRecovered: 67kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageMaha: 44 new COVID-19 cases in Thane district; tally 364UP minister trying his hands to hairdress children amid lockdown228 new COVID-29 cases in Guj; state tally rises to 1,604Amid row, Assam not to use PPE kits imported from ChinaAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsRSSTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapMore from our Partners
2020-04-18Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your city - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai LockdownMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberMumbai Corona UpdateMumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Apr 18, 2020, 22:04 ISTPeople wait outside a ration distribution shop in Mumbai's Dharavi.Amid prevalent chaos and uncertainty over access to the essential services and commodities during the lockdown, we bring you the latest updates from Mumbai. * Update at 9.30pm: With 328 persons testing positive for coronavirus in Maharashtra on Saturday, the total number of cases in the state reached 3,648, the health department said. Eleven patients died, taking the death toll due to the pandemic in Maharashtra to 211. * Update at 9.10pm: Two RPF staff found coronavirus positive. One is an assistant security commissioner, who was involved in food distribution and is suspected to have come into contact one of the positive person and other is a constable who was on duty at JRH Railway hospital. * Update at 9.00pm: Two FIRs have been filed against four owners of two biscuit manufacturing companies in Ulhasnagar for not adhering to rules laid down by central government during coronavirus lockdown. It is said to be the first FIR filed against companies in Thane district dealing with essential services for not following safety norms. * PTI update at 8.45pm: Two women and a man were arrested in Mankhurd for allegedly assaulting civic staff and police during a drive against illegal hawkers, an official said on Saturday. * Update at 8.15pm: Over 400 migrant workers and their families at various construction sites at Ulwe node are reportedly not getting any help from the builders or the contractors for their daily needs during the lockdown, and are practically surviving on food packets distributed by social workers and activists. * ANI update at 7.55pm: Mumbai sees the highest number of coronavirus cases today as 184 people tested positive: Maharashtra Health Department * PTI update at 6.00pm: Police have registered cases against 94 people- fishermen and owners of fishing boats- at Dahanu in Maharashtra's Palghar district for allegedly violating the prohibitory orders during the lockdown, an official said on Saturday. Groups of fishermen were carried in fishing boats from Gujarat to Dahanu jetty even as the lockdown is in place to curb the spread of coronavirus, Palghar police spokesperson Hemant Katkar said. * PTI update at 5.45pm: The Maharashtra government on Saturday urged Muslims to offer prayers and break their fasts during the month of Ramzan, which begins next week, inside their homes instead of gathering at mosques or any other public place in view of the coronavirus outbreak. * Update at 5.30pm: Maharashtra government orders all assistant and deputy secretaries back on duty from April 20. The Mantralaya staff presence will now be increased to 10% from the current 5%. Officers/staff will report to duty on rotation. BEST/MSRTC to ply more buses to transport Mantralaya employees. There will be special MSRTC and BEST buses from various parts of city to Mantralaya. * Update at 5.00pm: Sudden jump of 12 coronavirus patients today in hotspot Dombivli area totalling 50 patients out of total 74 patients in twin Kalyan-Dombivli city. Today total 13 patients tested positive out of which 1 is from Kalyan (West). * ANI update at 4.30pm: The Mumbai Police have registered a case against three persons in connection with the incident of a scuffle between a hawker and police and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) teams after the hawker was not allowed to sell vegetables in a containment area in Mankhurd. * Update at 2.45pm: Minister Eknath Shinde and MP Rajan Vichare undergo Covid-19 test at Nerul in Navi Mumbai on Saturday. * Update at 1.45pm:Centre asks Maharashtra govt to ensure adequate supply of essentials in containment zonesThe Centre has issued a directive to the state and all the districts, including Pune and Mumbai, reporting high number of Covid-19 cases that essential supplies should not be affected. * Update at 12.30pm: Three migrant families from Kolhapur stranded under the footover bridge near LTT Terminal in Mumbai. Update at 11.40am: Builders hold health camps, provide rations to workers stranded at sitesThe real estate industry—the second largest employer in the country after agriculture—is pulling its resources to reach out to tens of thousands of labourers stranded at construction sites due to the lockdown. Individual developers and builders’ associations are coordinating relief work, holding health camps and providing food rations to workers. Update at 10.35am: Private doctors set up ICU in 15 days in civic hospitalIn a rare instance, private doctors from Mira-Bhayander came together and helped the civic body set up an intensive care unit (ICU) and isolation centre to fight Covid-19 in just two weeks. * Update at 9.40am: People at Byculla vegetable market buy essentials amid lockdown. (ANI) * Update at 8.30am:At least 20 Indian Navy personnel test positive for coronavirusin Mumbai, reports PTI quoting official sources. * 93% drop in a day? Only 12 cases in Mumbai, says govtEven as Maharashtra’s Covid-19 death toll crossed 200, the total number of cases in Mumbai and the state showed a drastic reduction on Friday evening. State officials pegged the tally at 3,320 cases, including 201 deaths, on Friday, even as the city tally rose by just 12 cases—93% lower than the 177 cases registered on Thursday. * Industries in rural Maharashtra can reopen on MondayThe Maharashtra government on Friday issued a notification allowing all industries, including the construction sector, in rural areas outside municipal corporation limits to resume operations from April 20. * Don’t collect rent for 3 months, state advises landlordsThe state housing department on Friday issued a circular asking landlords and home owners to postpone collecting rents from tenants for at least three months due to the lockdown. It also said that during this period no tenant should be evicted by the landlord because of non-payment of rent. * St George to get 100 ICU beds in 1 week, BMC hospitals 42 in 2 weeksThe city can expect a major boost in treatment of critical Covid-19 patients with authorities working to add almost 150 ICU beds over 15 days. The medical education department led by Congress’ Amit Deshmukh has taken the biggest step, approving a Rs 27-crore plan to set up a state-of-theart 100-bed intensive care unit in the government-run St George Hospital for Covid-19 patients. If all goes well, the entire ICU will be functional within a week, said a senior professor. * Dharavi past 100 mark with 15 cases; death ups toll to 10Dharavi reported 15 new Covid-19 cases, including a death, on Friday. The total positive cases rose to 101 and the death toll to 10. The latest cases were from Muslim Nagar, Matunga labour camp, Indira Nagar, Laxmi chawl, Janata Society and Social Nagar. 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2020-04-18Maharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatment - Business Insider India
Maharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatmentMaharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatmentPTIApr 18, 2020, 22:04 ISTMumbai, Apr 18 () The Maharashtra government hasnotified 25 more hospitals with a total of 4,355 beds whichwill only treat COVID-19 patients, Public Health MinisterRajesh Tope said on Saturday.With this, the state has now 6,660 beds across 55hospitals notified for coronavirus patients, he said in astatement.In the latest announcement, the public healthdepartment has identified eight hospitals in Thane,Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Nandurbar, Jalna, Beed, Nanded andMurtizapur (in Akola district) with 630 beds, the statementsaid.The medical education department has notified 17hospitals in Pune, Baramati (Pune district), Solapur,Kolhapur, Nagpur, Yavatmal, Akola, Gondia, Chandrapur, Dhule,Latur, Nanded, Miraj (Sangli district), Aurangabad, Jalgaonand Ambajogai (Beed) with 3,725 beds. ENMKRK KRK {{}} Add Comment()Comments ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookGoogleEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONXSort By:NewestOldestDiscussedUp VotedDown VotedBe the first one to comment.We have sent you a verification email. This comment will be published once verification is done.Next StoryCOVID-19: 26 Indian Navy personnel test positive; Govt says nearly 30 percent cases in country linked to TablighiPopular on BIPune Coronavirus micro containment-zone has 69 areas — here’s the entire listDutch scientists have reportedly developed antibodies that can block coronavirus as well as SARS infection⁠— but it’s too early to call it a cureIt’s the world’s largest repatriation ⁠— these are the dates and fares for flights back to IndiaSBI, India's largest bank, is only worth a third of HDFC Bank — and the COVID-19 lockdown is making it bleed even moreVistara cuts costs — announces a 'leave without pay plan' for senior employeesCovid-19 threatens to kill co-working ⁠— but the owners believe it will only get cheaper and betterLatest Stories Goa: Smart kiosks for coronavirus screening become operational Noida: Cop on Dial 112 duty tests positive for COVID-19 Lockdown relaxations evoke tepid response in Bengal; liquor shops see huge crowd Trending NewsTelangana lockdown ExtendedMumbai coronavirus hotspotCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMukesh AmbaniContainment Zone in WBPune Containment ZoneMukesh AmbaniPetrol Price in DelhiCOVID-19: 26 Indian Navy personnel test positive; Govt says nearly 30 percent cases in country linked to TablighiDefence PSUs, Ordinance Factory Board ramp up fight against COVID-19COVID-19 mortality rate in India around 3.3 per cent: Health ministryCOVID-19IndiaCases: 46,711Deaths: 1,583Recovered: 13,161COVID-19WorldCases: 3.50mDeaths: 242kRecovered: 1.17mCOVID-19USACases: 1.16mDeaths: 62kRecovered: 187kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageMaharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatmentCOVID-19: 26 Indian Navy personnel test positive; Govt says nearly 30 percent cases in country linked to TablighiDefence PSUs, Ordinance Factory Board ramp up fight against COVID-19COVID-19 mortality rate in India around 3.3 per cent: Health ministryAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsRSSTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapMore from our Partners
2020-04-18Maharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatment - Outlook India
Maharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatment Mumbai, Apr 18 (PTI) The Maharashtra government has notified 25 more hospitals with a total of 4,355 beds which will only treat COVID-19 patients, Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Saturday. With this, the state has now 6,660 beds across 55 hospitals notified for coronavirus patients, he said in a statement. In the latest announcement, the public health department has identified eight hospitals in Thane, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Nandurbar, Jalna, Beed, Nanded and Murtizapur (in Akola district) with 630 beds, the statement said. The medical education department has notified 17 hospitals in Pune, Baramati (Pune district), Solapur, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Yavatmal, Akola, Gondia, Chandrapur, Dhule, Latur, Nanded, Miraj (Sangli district), Aurangabad, Jalgaon and Ambajogai (Beed) with 3,725 beds. PTI ENM KRK KRK Disclaimer: This story has not been edited by Outlook Staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI ADVERTISEMENT RECOMMENDED MORE FROM WEBSITE Rahul Gandhi Is Right On COVID-19 Strategy Even If You Dismiss Him As Pappu 'Life Has No Meaning In Kashmir,' Says Man Who Collected Pieces Of Nephew's Brain Killed In Shelling Coronavirus Highlights: 647 Confirmed Cases Linked To Tablighi Jamaat In 14 States, Says Health Ministry ADVERTISEMENT MORE FROM OUTLOOK Testing Times: Lessons From Madhya Pradesh That States Must Avoid In Battle Against COVID-19 Opinion | Don't Procrastinate, Reinvent Yourself For Survival Post-Corona Lockdown Coronavirus Puts India On Highway To Hunger: Despite Bumper Harvest Why Food Riots Lurk Next Story: Patna woman tests COVID-19 positive, Bihar''s tally reaches 86 Copyright © 2018 Outlook Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved More News
2020-04-18Coronavirus: Couple, kin, guests booked for Thane marriage function - India Today
Coronavirus: Couple, kin, guests booked for Thane marriage function Coronavirus: Couple, kin, guests booked for Thane marriage functionThe couple and others have been charged under section 188 of IPC for disobedience, said an official from Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar.advertisement Press Trust of India ThaneApril 19, 2020UPDATED: April 19, 2020 01:18 IST A couple, their parents and several others were booked for organising a marriage function on Thursday despite prohibitory orders against such gatherings due to the lockdown in place for the coronavirus outbreak, officials in Thane in Maharashtra said.They have been charged under section 188 of IPC for disobedience, said an official from Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar."Acting on a tip-off, we reached the marriage venue and booked the couple, their parents, the priest solemnizing the marriage and 20 guests. No arrest has been made so far," he said."All the people at the venue have been ordered to be in quarantine for 14 days," he added.Also Read | 30 lakh more Rapid Antibody Test kits sent to India from China: EnvoyAlso Watch | Coronavirus: When will world get back to normal?For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Posted byChanchal Chauhan Next advertisement READ THIS Covid19 Tracker: In 5 days, MP saw 116% rise in Covid-19 cases DEEP DIVE | Coronavirus: What is community transmission? Coronavirus: In 13 states, NGOs fed more people than govt did during lockdown Coronavirus and mental health: How we can help people in quarantineRecommendedWatch Right Now 00:49 Image of the day: 8-year-old boy donates his piggy bank's savings to help fight Covid-19 07:47 Watch: Hundreds of migrant workers throng Bandra railway station to leave Mumbai 25:44 Armed forces now fight India's coronavirus battle 01:41 Image of the day: UP cop feeds bananas to monkeys 01:51 Watch: How a 3-year-old girl is crying, pleading her mother to come back from Covid-19 dutyTop Takes 20:59 Coronavirus: How has the national lockdown affected rural India? 05:10 Stop worrying, we've done our best: Boman Irani on Covid-19 lockdown | EXCLUSIVE 26:50 Coronavirus: Death toll in India crosses 200advertisement INDIATODAY.IN advertisement Publications:Business TodayCosmopolitanIndia Today - HindiIndia TodayMail TodayMoney TodayReader's DigestTimeTelevision:Aaj TakDelhi Aaj TakIndia Today TVTezRadio:Ishq FMEducation:India Today EducationVasant ValleyBest Colleges India 2018Best Universities India 2018Syndications:India contentHeadlines TodayEvents:Agenda AajtakIndia Today ConclaveRobb Report India 2018Sahitya Aaj TakThe Red LabDistribution:Rate CardPrinting:Thomson PressWelfare:Care TodayMusic:Music TodayUseful Links :PartnersPress ReleaseSitemapNewsNewsletterPrivacy Policy Copyright © 2020 Living Media India Limited. For reprint rights: Syndications Today Download AppCopyright © 2020 Living Media India Limited. For reprint rights: Syndications Today
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2020-04-18Virus Couple kin guests booked for Thane marriage function - THE WEEK
Virus Couple kin guests booked for Thane marriage function PTI April 18, 2020 21:43 IST     Thane, Apr 18 (PTI) A couple, their parents andseveral others were booked for organising a marriage functionon Thursday despite prohibitory orders against such gatheringsdue to the lockdown in place for the coronavirus outbreak,officials in Thane in Maharashtra said.    They have been charged under section 188 of IPC fordisobedience, said an official from Hill Line police stationin Ulhasnagar.    "Acting on a tip-off, we reached the marriage venueand booked the couple, their parents, the priest solemnizingthe marriage and 20 guests. No arrest has been made so far,"he said.    "All the people at the venue have been ordered to bein quarantine for 14 days," he added. PTI CORBNM BNM (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Grave diggers spend sleepless nights over COVID-19 outbreak WATCH: Australian batsman David Warner, daughter dance to ‘Sheila ki jawani’ Actor Ajaz Khan arrested over objectionable Facebook post Strategic disinvestment of PSUs: Are we missing the big picture? Nasa discovers hidden 'Earth-like' planet from old Kepler data Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-04-18#5: A month into relief efforts - yuvaonline - Elemental
#5: A month into relief effortsTogether We Can: Spread Love not Corona and related initiatives in the face of COVID-19yuvaonlineFollowApr 18 · 5 min readIndia’s COVID-19 count is now over 14,000, and the situation is progressively turning more tense even as the nation-wide lockdown has been extended till 3 May 2020. Within the country, Maharashtra continues to have the highest number of cases, at over 3,000.It has been a month since we began relief efforts within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. To catch up on what we have been able to do so far, please check 1, 2, 3 and 4. This blog presents a summary of our efforts in the past week.Looking back on week 4 of relief effortsOur emergency relief efforts have now reached 9,052 households (45,260 persons) and we are continuing to supply vulnerable households with monthly rations. This week we were able to reach more people in the neighbouring cities of Vasai and Ulhasnagar.In partnership with Blue Sea Catering and Banquets we have been able to provide 2,00,000 cooked meals to various parts of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region! Over 1,00,000 meals have been provided to the Mumbai Police force and staff in government hospitals, and 1,00,000+ more meals to migrant workers and their families living on construction sites in Navi Mumbai, to migrant workers in Wadala, and to powerloom workers stuck in Bhiwandi (Thane). The initiative in Bhiwandi is in collaboration with Anish Gawande of Youth Feed India and the local Powerloom Sangharsh Samiti.We have been flooded with calls from migrant workers, stuck in various parts of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). In the past two and a half weeks, we have received 700+ calls. We have been able to resolve 100 requests so far, either directly or by passing them on to supportive networks that can help. We are in the process of ensuring that others receive support too. This work has been challenging as migrants are calling in from across the MMR, many who were supplying relief are no longer doing so and many government helpline numbers are also struggling to support people in need.Our teams in other cities are also furthering relief efforts by working with local partners.Emergency relief efforts in KolhapurIn Nashik, the YUVA team and members of youth collective Anubhav Shiksha Kendra have been distributing food to vulnerable families in different areas. Many migrant workers from Mahalwadi, in Ahmednagar district, migrate citywards in the summer months in search of work. Given the COVID-19 crisis, they are bereft of jobs. 20 households in this area were provided rations. In Kolhapur city, food was also provided to 200 citizens, including policemen, newspaper sellers and others in need.In Nagpur, YUVA and Shehar Vikas Manch, a city development forum, have supported two communities — Sumedh Nagar and Bada Indora — in preparing and submitting lists of how many persons do not have ration cards to their nearest ration office. The Collector’s office has informed that they will be using these details to facilitate access to ration for these families. We are also continuing to support the supervision on ration shops in Nagpur.In Delhi, we were able to survey 180 street vendors to consolidate their needs and demands and intend to use this information towards advocacy efforts.In Guwahati, we are supporting the food distribution drive led by Patadik Nari Samaaj (a women’s collective) and SPU personnel, Assam police. So far, relief efforts have reached 1,500 households with ration supplies, and some of the areas reached out to this week include, Nabajyoti Nagar, Dakhin Gaon, Shalabari and Bhawanipur in Noonmati, among other areas.In the past week, we have also been receiving calls for support related to the COVID-19 crisis on the 1098 emergency helpline for children in distress, as part of Childline India Foundation. For instance, in one case a mother was finding it difficult to reach out to her infant child who was with the grandparents at the time of lockdown. We were able to guide the family on the requisite permissions, so that they could safely be united. We have also been receiving calls related to children’s need for nutrition in marginalised communities and are trying to connect them to partners.Vulnerabilities in various situationsA large part of our relief efforts are focused on supporting different kinds of communities (informal settlements, homeless, migrant workers). However, we are mindful of doing what we can to support the range of vulnerable situations persons are finding themselves in. This is highlighted better in the three cases given below, where we were able to provide support.When we heard through an India Today news article that Mumbai’s famed Rambo Circus was stranded at Airoli, Navi Mumbai, and the 90 circus performers (including 5 children) and 21 animals were fast running out of food, we reached out to understand their needs and were able to supply them with rations, animal food and sanitary supplies.YUVA’s emergency relief efforts have also reached children living in Daya Vihar Orphanage in Malad. We were able to provide rations to them and it was heartwarming to see the children enjoy their meal together.Transgender groups who depend on daily wages are also facing shortage of food and medical supplies. With the support of a partner network in Vasai we were able to provide 52 persons with groceries.Vulnerabilities can take on many forms and we are trying to evolve our relief response to cater to them too.Spreading the message!This week we launched a video challenge to get people together on vulnerabilities and lack of access to food. We hope you will participate and help us further the conversation, so that #TogetherWeCan spread more awareness and ensure more support measures for the working class.Our fundraising initiatives are continuing on Milaap m-lp.co/yuva1 and Ketto https://bit.ly/SpreadLoveNotCorona and we are going to keep using this support on the above-mentioned emergency relief initiatives. We are also continuing advocacy efforts with the government, at the municipal, state and central level, to demand better welfare and protection of vulnerable groups. For now we are continuing with relief efforts as mentioned, as most government initiatives are still being rolled out in phases and many more people are still not covered under these, and continue to remain vulnerable.A note of thanksOur continuing emergency relief and associated efforts have been made possible with the support of multiple partners, well-wishers, networks, organisations, administrative authorities (the MCGM, NMMC, Civil Defense Department, Maharashtra) and countless others. We would like to thank each one of them, and all our volunteers supporting every phase of the relief work, from supply management to distribution and more. We are committed to taking forward our efforts!Covid 19MumbaiSlumsUrban PoorCovid 19 CrisisWritten byyuvaonlineFollowYUVA works towards #InclusiveCities with capacity building and empowerment of the marginalised.FollowWrite the first responseDiscover MediumWelcome to a place where words matter. 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2020-04-18When celebrations go awry: Thane couple, kin, guests booked for marriage function amid lockdown - The New Indian Express
When celebrations go awry: Thane couple, kin, guests booked for marriage function amid lockdown They have been charged under section 188 of IPC for disobedience, said an official from Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar. Share Via Email Published: 18th April 2020 10:18 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th April 2020 10:18 PM   |  A+A A- For representational purposes By PTI THANE: A couple, their parents and several others were booked for organising a marriage function on Thursday despite prohibitory orders against such gatherings due to the lockdown in place for the coronavirus outbreak, officials in Thane in Maharashtra said. They have been charged under section 188 of IPC for disobedience, said an official from Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar. ALSO READ | Over 328 new COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, tally now at 3,648 "Acting on a tip-off, we reached the marriage venue and booked the couple, their parents, the priest solemnizing the marriage and 20 guests. No arrest has been made so far," he said. "All the people at the venue have been ordered to be in quarantine for 14 days," he added. Stay up to date on all the latest Nation news with The New Indian Express App. Download now TAGS Thane coronavirus covid 19 covid 19 lockdown O P E N ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Coronavirus Lockdown: Here are fresh relaxation of services that you should know about Will Asia see an economic growth famine in 2020 for the first time in 60 years? Sacchi Baat: Vitamin M needed to fight destruction unleashed by COVID-19 In times of coronavirus, hygiene rules for babies every parent should follow ADVERTISEMENT Comments Disclaimer : We respect your thoughts and views! But we need to be judicious while moderating your comments. All the comments will be moderated by the newindianexpress.com editorial. Abstain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks. Try to avoid outside hyperlinks inside the comment. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines. The views expressed in comments published on newindianexpress.com are those of the comment writers alone. They do not represent the views or opinions of newindianexpress.com or its staff, nor do they represent the views or opinions of The New Indian Express Group, or any entity of, or affiliated with, The New Indian Express Group. newindianexpress.com reserves the right to take any or all comments down at any time. ADVERTISEMENT Latest Doordarshan not private property of BJP or Modi that it does their PR: CPM Puducherry asks JIPMER to increase COVID-19 tests to 150 per day Thoughts about wife, son made me cry: Indian man quarantined in Singapore Agree with Igor Stimac on having less foreigners in Indian leagues: Sanjay Sen Rockets strike near Chinese oil site in Iraq, no casualties  Vietnamese citizens booked for spitting, sneezing inside lift in Mangaluru apartment ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Videos No new coronavirus cases reported in 22 districts across India in last 14 days COVID-19 Survivor: “I pray that no one has to go through the pain,” says Swiss-based Malayali Nurse ADVERTISEMENT Gallery IPL auction in 1980s and 1990s: These 10 Indian cricketers could have invited bidding wars In times of coronavirus, hygiene rules for babies every parent should follow Trending FOLLOW US Copyright - newindianexpress.com 2020 The Morning Standard | Dinamani | Kannada Prabha | Samakalika Malayalam | Indulgexpress | Edex Live | Cinema Express | Event Xpress Contact Us | About Us | Careers | Privacy Policy | Search | Terms of Use | Advertise With Us Home | Nation | World | Cities | Business | Columns | Entertainment | Sport | Magazine | The Sunday Standard flipboard facebook twitter whatsapp Next
2020-04-18Maharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatment - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra: 25 more hospitals notified for COVID-19 treatment Maharashtra: 25 More Hospitals Notified For COVID-19 Treatment General News In the latest announcement, the public health department has identified eight hospitals in Thane, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Nandurbar, Jalna, Beed, Nanded and Murtizapur (in Akola district) with 630 beds, the statement said Written By Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Updated On: April 18, 2020 22:23 IST The Maharashtra government has notified 25 more hospitals with a total of 4,355 beds which will only treat COVID-19 patients, Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Saturday. With this, the state has now 6,660 beds across 55 hospitals notified for coronavirus patients, he said in a statement. In the latest announcement, the public health department has identified eight hospitals in Thane, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Nandurbar, Jalna, Beed, Nanded and Murtizapur (in Akola district) with 630 beds, the statement said. The medical education department has notified 17 hospitals in Pune, Baramati (Pune district), Solapur, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Yavatmal, Akola, Gondia, Chandrapur, Dhule, Latur, Nanded, Miraj (Sangli district), Aurangabad, Jalgaon and Ambajogai (Beed) with 3,725 beds. Image Credits: PTI  First Published: April 18, 2020 22:23 IST Watch Live News: FOLLOW US: twitter facebook COMMENT By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water SAVE WATER NOW PLEDGE NOW PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR Related Stories 37 cops in Maha test coronavirus positive since outbreak WB govt to issue reminders to schools that hiked fees in COVID-19 time Centre clarifies no decision on resuming flights post-COVID lockdown on May 4 JKSLSA sets up helplines to reach out people in distress 21-month-old tests positive for coronavirus in Kolkata 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 REPUBLIC About Us Advertise Careers Intern With Us Contact Us TOP STORIES India amends fdi policy Centre no decision on flights 1991 cured; 16365 cases reported Health min: 'cluster containment' FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-04-17Thane: Newlyweds Organise Wedding Party in Ulhasnagar Defying Coronavirus Lockdown, Sent to Home Quarantine - LatestLY
Thane: Newlyweds Organise Wedding Party in Ulhasnagar Defying Coronavirus Lockdown, Sent to Home Quarantine by Police For Flouting Social Distancing Norms News Team Latestly| Apr 17, 2020 07:11 PM IST A+ A- Representational Image (Photo Credits: Pexels) Thane, April 17: For defying the lockdown orders arising due to the novel coronavirus situation in the country, Thane police have registered a case against newlywed couple for hosting a wedding party. The Ulhasnagar police in Thane district has sent the couple for two weeks of home quarantine, India Today reported. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Maharashtra government has banned any public gatherings and events in the state. Wedding Cancellations Due to Coronavirus: How to Cope With Postponement of Your Big Day and What You Should Do Next. According to the report, the wedding function was organised at the Dussehra ground in Ulhasnagar camp number-5 on Thursday. The function was attended by 15 to 20 people despite the lockdown. After learning about the gathering, cops reached the spot and took couple and their parents to the police station. Tamil Nadu Man Arrested For Organising 'Corona Feast' Defying Social Distancing Norm Amid COVID-19 Lockdown in Thanjavur District, Watch Video. On seeing police, many attendees fled the spot. The local police took the couple, their parents and some relatives to the police station and a registered case under IPC sections and sections under the Disaster Management Act. All of them were released on the assurance that they will self-quarantine themselves for 14 days. According to the latest update by Minister of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Maharashtra is 3,699 while the death toll is at 194. The Health Ministry update also informed that 300 people have recovered from the infection. Comments
2020-04-17Thane police sends newlyweds into quarantine for hosting wedding party - India Today
Thane police sends newlyweds into quarantine for hosting wedding partyGuests at the wedding party were allowed to return home only after they furnished an assurance to self-quarantine themselves.advertisement Divyesh Singh MumbaiApril 17, 2020UPDATED: April 17, 2020 18:25 IST Artists draw graffiti to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Thane on April 12 (Photo Credits: PTI)HIGHLIGHTSWith 3,205 cases, Maharashtra has the most confirmed Covid-19 cases in IndiaThe infection has claimed the lives of 194 patients in MaharashtraThe Maharashtra govt has banned all religious, sporting events and public gatheringsThe Ulhasnagar police in Thane district of Maharashtra on Thursday registered a case against a newlywed couple and their parents for violating lockdown rules by hosting a wedding party, and sent them into home quarantine for two weeks.A police party apprehended the couple and their parents at the wedding venue which was at a ground in Ulhasnagar camp number-5 on Thursday and took the couple and their parents in custody. They had organised a wedding function and had gathered a crowd of 15 to 20 persons at the Dussehra Maidan in Ulhasnagar on Thursday despite the lockdown.After learning about the gathering, local police arrived at the spot and took the couple and their parents to the police station. Many attendees fled the spot after seeing police arrive at the venue. The wedding rituals were nearing their end when police arrived at the scene.In order to contain further spread of Covid-19, the central and Maharashtra government have banned any public functions and events where people could gather in large numbers."The couple and their parents had violated the lockdown orders. When we reached the spot we saw that 15 to 20 persons were present there and none followed any social distancing at the venue. We took them to the police station and have registered a case against seven persons under sections of IPC and sections under the Disaster Management Act," said a senior police officer from Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar.The newlywed couple, their parents and relatives were released on the assurance that they all would follow 14 days quarantine in their respective homes.READ | Maharashtra: Family donates wedding money to Covid-19 fightALSO READ | Rate of doubling of Covid-19 cases in 19 states/UTs lesser than national average: MoHFWWATCH | Watch: Kumaraswamy's son gets hitched while the nation observes lockdownFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Posted byAmrtansh Arora Next advertisement READ THIS Coronavirus: In 13 states, NGOs fed more people than govt did during lockdown Covid19 Tracker: State & district wise cases, daily trends, patients recovered and deaths DEEP DIVE | Coronavirus: What is community transmission? Coronavirus and mental health: How we can help people in quarantineRecommendedWatch Right Now 00:49 Image of the day: 8-year-old boy donates his piggy bank's savings to help fight Covid-19 07:47 Watch: Hundreds of migrant workers throng Bandra railway station to leave Mumbai 25:44 Armed forces now fight India's coronavirus battle 01:41 Image of the day: UP cop feeds bananas to monkeys 01:51 Watch: How a 3-year-old girl is crying, pleading her mother to come back from Covid-19 dutyTop Takes 20:59 Coronavirus: How has the national lockdown affected rural India? 05:10 Stop worrying, we've done our best: Boman Irani on Covid-19 lockdown | EXCLUSIVE 26:50 Coronavirus: Death toll in India crosses 200advertisement INDIATODAY.IN advertisement Publications:Business TodayCosmopolitanIndia Today - HindiIndia TodayMail TodayMoney TodayReader's DigestTimeTelevision:Aaj TakDelhi Aaj TakIndia Today TVTezRadio:Ishq FMEducation:India Today EducationVasant ValleyBest Colleges India 2018Best Universities India 2018Syndications:India contentHeadlines TodayEvents:Agenda AajtakIndia Today ConclaveRobb Report India 2018Sahitya Aaj TakThe Red LabDistribution:Rate CardPrinting:Thomson PressWelfare:Care TodayMusic:Music TodayUseful Links :PartnersPress ReleaseSitemapNewsNewsletterPrivacy Policy Copyright © 2020 Living Media India Limited. For reprint rights: Syndications Today Download AppCopyright © 2020 Living Media India Limited. For reprint rights: Syndications Today
2020-04-17Thane: Newlyweds Organise Wedding Party Defying Coronavirus Lockdown, Sent to Home Quarantine - LatestLY
Thane: Newlyweds Organise Wedding Party Defying Coronavirus Lockdown, Sent to Home Quarantine By Team Latestly Read it Rapidly. For defying the lockdown orders arising due to the novel coronavirus situation in the country, Thane police have registered a case against newlywed couple for hosting a wedding party. The Ulhasnagar police in Thane district has sent the couple for two weeks of home quarantine. Read Full Story
2020-04-17Thane police sends newlyweds into quarantine for hosting wedding party - dineshr
Thane police sends newlyweds into quarantine for hosting wedding party April 17, 2020 by Dinesh RewaleGuests at the wedding party were allowed to return home only after they furnished an assurance to self-quarantine themselves. Artists draw graffiti to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Thane on April 12 (Photo Credits: PTI)HIGHLIGHTSWith 3,205 cases, Maharashtra has the most confirmed Covid-19 cases in IndiaThe infection has claimed the lives of 194 patients in MaharashtraThe Maharashtra govt has banned all religious, sporting events and public gatheringsThe Ulhasnagar police in Thane district of Maharashtra on Thursday registered a case against a newlywed couple and their parents for violating lockdown rules by hosting a wedding party, and sent them into home quarantine for two weeks.A police party apprehended the couple and their parents at the wedding venue which was at a ground in Ulhasnagar camp number-5 on Thursday and took the couple and their parents in custody. They had organised a wedding function and had gathered a crowd of 15 to 20 persons at the Dussehra Maidan in Ulhasnagar on Thursday despite the lockdown.After learning about the g athering, local police arrived at the spot and took the couple and their parents to the police station. Many attendees fled the spot after seeing police arrive at the venue. The wedding rituals were nearing their end when police arrived at the scene. AdvertisementIn order to contain further spread of Covid-19, the central and Maharashtra government have banned any public functions and events where people could gather in large numbers.“The couple and their parents had violated the lockdown orders. When we reached the spot we saw that 15 to 20 persons were present there and none followed any social distancing at the venue. We took them to the police station and have registered a case against seven persons under sections of IPC and sections under the Disaster Management Act,” said a senior police officer from Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar.The newlywed couple, their parents and relatives were released on the assurance that they all would follow 14 days quarantine in their respective homes.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Source link Advertisement Categories News Tags hosting, newlyweds, Party, Police, quarantine, sends, Thane, Wedding Leave a comment Post navigation How to Build a Girl Trailer (2020) Doctors Press F.D.A. to Let More Gay Men Donate BloodLeave a Comment Cancel replyCommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Rss feedSubscribe CategoriesEntertainment (281)Health and Fitness (25)Jokes (1)Motivational Quotes (65)News (1,619)Posts (140)Questionhubs (6)MetaRegisterLog inEntries feedComments feedWordPress.org Privacy PolicyTerms and ConditionsDisclaimerSitemapDMCA © 2020 LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL • Powered by GeneratePress Scroll back to top
2020-04-16Coronavirus curve flattens in Mumbai even as cases surge past 2,000; 202 cured so far - The New Indian Express
Coronavirus curve flattens in Mumbai even as cases surge past 2,000; 202 cured so far Three COVID-19 patients died since Wednesday night, taking the death toll due to the pandemic in the city to 116, said a BMC release. Share Via Email Published: 16th April 2020 08:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th April 2020 08:52 PM   |  A+A A- A healthcare worker checking a man for COVID-19 symptoms . (Photo | PTI) By Sudhir SuryawanshiExpress News Service MUMBAI: There seems to be some good news amid coronavirus gloom as the COVID-19 curve in Mumbai appears to be flattening despite having crossed over 2,000 cases. According to the BMC report, on Thursday, total 2043 coronavirus patients and 116 deaths are cumulatively detected. It has also discharged 202 patients after treating them properly. Three COVID-19 patients died since Wednesday night, taking the death toll due to the pandemic in the city to 116, said a BMC release. "Two of those died had co-morbidities (existing health issues) and one had both co-morbidities and age-related factors," said a BMC officer. In Mumbai, the largest number of coronavirus patients have been detected in Prabhadevi, Worli and Lower Parel that are 390 while 162 cases in Byculla, 135 in Tardeo, Peddar road and Malabar Hill. Dharavi slum has witnessed the highest 26 coronavirus positive patients in single day while the total number of patients are 86 with nine deaths. The fall in coronavirus positive patients are attributed to not testing the asymptomatic patients. Mumbai #COVID__19 positive patients progressive total -- 2043, death 116 while 202 discharge. Today's report -- patients 107 while three deaths and 21 discharge @NewIndianXpress @mybmc pic.twitter.com/qWznKso8rz — Sudhir Suryawanshi (@ss_suryawanshi) April 16, 2020 The symptoms of coronavirus are not yet seen in almost 60 to 70 per cent persons while 25 per cent persons are showing mild symptoms and only less than five per cent patients are serious. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray while interacting with people of the state via facebook live told that the number of patients getting cured is increasing in the state adding that a six-month old baby-boy and the 83 year old grandmother had also cured and discharged. Thackeray also shared updates about Maharashtra's first two COVID-19 cases that of a couple from Pune, detected on March 9, 2020. “Both these patients were sent home on March 23 after successful treatment in Pune. They need to be mentioned as first two patients in state who got cured.  After this while number of Corona patients is on a rise, the number of cured patients is also increasing,” chief minister added. Health Minister Rajesh Tope said state health machinery is taking efforts to increase the extent of cured patients. “Out of cured patients, Mumbai has 166, nine in Thane, 14 in Kalyan Dombivli while two in Mira Bhayander, nine in Navi Mumbai, three in Panvel, one in Ulhasnagar, two in Vasai Virar, eleven in Nagpur, 27 in Pune, 12 in Pimpri Chinchwad 12 etc,” Tope said. 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2020-04-15No fresh case reported in Kalyan-Dombivli - Times of India
No fresh case reported in Kalyan-DombivliNo fresh case reported in Kalyan-DombivliPradeep Gupta | TNN | Apr 15, 2020, 08:58 ISTKALYAN: None of the 20 Kalyan-Dombivli residents whose samples were sent to JJ hospital in Mumbai tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday. Also, another patient from Dombivli was discharged from hospital after his test results came negative on Tuesday. No fresh case of coronavirus was reported in the twin cities of Kalyan-Dombivli too on Tuesday. Sources said results of 101 are awaited, of which 13 were in direct contact, while 88 are contacts of patients. Of the 56 patients in the twin cities, 13 have been discharged after they tested negative, while two died. The remaining 41are still being treated. In neighbouring Ulhasnagar city, which has so far reported one case, the patient was cured. A fresh test of all 11 doctors and staff of Shivneri hospital in Ulhasnagar found they were negative. UMC had on April 10 sealed the hospital as a preventive measure after they learnt that a Diva coronavirus patient was treated there. A UMC official said the resident, who was found positive, had on April 3 been treated at Shivneri, from where doctors shifted him to Central hospital in the city, and later to Thane’s Civil hospital. The patient was finally tested positive at Mumbai’s Kasturba hospital. After the health department shared the patient’s history of treatment at Shivneri, UMC commissioner Sudhakar Deshmukh sealed the hospital and a health team collected swab samples of staff. They were sent to Mumbai, and the results came as negative on Tuesday. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! 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2020-04-12Coronavirus in Mumbai: 28-year-old police constable from Juhu tests positive for COVID-19 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: 28-year-old police constable from Juhu tests positive for COVID-19 By Sachin GaadA 28-year-old police constable from Juhu police station has been found positive for COVID-19 on Saturday. According to the Juhu police, the constable who was in the Anti Terrorism Cell (ATC) of the police station was on leave from past 8 days after complaints of cough and headache. He was subsequently tested for novel coronavirus. His reports came on Saturday."As of now no one from the police station have complained about any symptoms due to which we have not tested or quarantined anyone from the police station, however all the staff have been asked to stay alert and if necessary we will take required steps," said an officer from Juhu police station.According to the police, the constable resides at a Marol Police Camp in Andheri. After he was tested positive for the COVID19, now the civic authorities will start tracing his close contacts including his relatives and neighbours including building residents will be checked for the symptoms as well," said a civic officer. As of now his building has not been sealed, confirmed the police.A woman police constable who also resides in Marol Training Camp has reportedly shown symptoms of coronavirus, however her test results are awaited.In the past 15 days at least two police constables and a police sub inspector from Kurar police station have been tested positive for COVID-19.(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)Juhu policeCoronavirusCOVID-19positive for COVID-19Recent StoriesTMC MP Nusrat Jahan's father admitted to Kolkata hospital with fever; no COVID-19 link suspected'Seriously Bangalore, he's your representative?': Twitter slams Tejasvi Surya after his 'foreign takeover of Congress' dig at Rahul GandhiWhat social distancing? West Bengal flower market flooded before Bengali New Year Coronavirus updates from India and the world: 352 new cases and 11 deaths were reported today in MahaFree coronavirus tests only for the poor: SC amends order; directs Centre to issue guidelines for private labs 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
2020-04-12Coronavirus in Maharashtra: MPs Rajan Vichare and Rajendra Gavit demand Rs 50 lakh insurance cover for LPG deliverymen - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Maharashtra: MPs Rajan Vichare and Rajendra Gavit demand Rs 50 lakh insurance cover for LPG deliverymen By Suresh GolaniThe government has announced Rs 50 lakh medical insurance cover for paramedics, doctors nurses healthcare and sanitation workers who are on the frontline in the battle against COVID-19. Members of Parliament Rajan Vichare ( Thane) and Rajendra Gavit (Palghar) have now demanded a similar provision for LPG cylinder deliverymen who are also exposing themselves to the coronavirus by reaching out to thousands of households every day in a bid to ensure that gas stoves in kitchens do not run out of fuel, despite the in-force nationwide lockdown.Both the MP’s have written letters to the CMO, PMO and Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. “Our deliverymen are also in a state of panic, but they realize the importance of their role in keeping the flames of the stove burning. Since they come into contact with hundreds of people on a daily basis, we on our part are providing gloves, masks and hand sanitizers to them. However an apt insurance cover will bolster a sense of security among them,” said Hemant Shah, a gas agency owner in Bhayandar.Also ReadIn Pics: Mumbai under coronavirus lockdown -- here's how the city looked on Saturday More than 200 staffers, mostly door-to-door deliverymen are employed with half a dozen gas agencies that are currently operating in the twin-city.“Despite a huge surge in demand of LPG cooking gas cylinders due to panic booking, we on the virtue of this workforce are trying to tide over the health crisis in the lockdown period,” says S.K. Gavand. Even in containment areas the gas agencies are providing delivery at the gates of the housing complexes.(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)maharashtraRajendra Gavitinsurance coverMp Rajan VichareCoronavirusLPG deliverymenRecent StoriesEaster 2020: PM Modi extends Easter greetings prays that the day gives added strength to fight COVID-19LIVECoronavirus updates from India and the world: Total number of positive cases in India rises to 8356When fisherman can't venture into the sea in monsoon, they repair their nets: MMRDA commissioner4% of those with underlying respiratory condition tested positive for coronavirus: ICMR Coronavirus in Mumbai: 33-year-old woman tested positive for COVID-19 made to wait 12 hours before being admitted 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
2020-04-12Coronavirus in Mumbai: In a first, 3 corona cases reported in Badlapur - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: In a first, 3 corona cases reported in Badlapur By Narendra GuptaThane: Three people from Badlapur tested positive for CoVID-19 on Saturday, in the first such incidence of the virus outbreak reported from this area. The infected include a 42-year-old mother and her 21-year-old daughter from Badlapur east and a 23-year-old from Badlapur west, employed at a private hospital in Mumbai. All three patients have been quarantined at the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar.Health department officials of the Kulgaon-Badlapur Municipal Corporation said, "We have sealed Badlapur after these cases were reported and are undertaking a survey of the area."The wife and daughter of a policeman tested positive after returning from Satara, where they had gone for a relative's funeral. It is likely they came in contact with another infected person at that time.Also ReadIn Pics: Mumbai under coronavirus lockdown -- here's how the city looked on Saturday Thane cop tests positiveA senior police inspector from the Thane Commissonerate has tested positive for coronavirus, according to the health department of the Thane Municipal Corporation on Saturday. He is the station in-charge of a police station under the commissionerate. According to health officials, on April 5, the inspector complained of chest pain while on duty. He called the public relations officer (PRO) of a hospital in Thane. The PRO brought a doctor to the police station and had tested positive a few days ago. The inspector had gone to his native village in Nashik, where his health worsened, causing him to get admitted to a private hospital there. This was when he tested positive for CoVID-19. Officials of the health department suspect that the inspector was infected after coming in contact with the PRO. Sandeep Malvi, deputy commissioner of the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) said, "This is a high-risk task because the contact list includes many politicians and senior police and IPS officers from Thane city. We are testing all of them." DCP S S Burse of Zone 1, Thane Police, said, "We have listed the names of 31 police personnel, including officers across ranks and handed over this list to the corporation. The corporation will have to decide." Dr Ramrao Kendre, health department officer, TMC, said, "The total number of positive cases in Thane City is around 43, of whom three have been discharged after treatment, 39 are still in hospital and one person died".Also ReadPetrol, diesel prices remain unchanged for eighth day in Mumbai, Delhi, and other major citiesHospital sealed in UlhasnagarThe Shivneri Hospital in Ulhasnagar was sealed on Saturday, after a patient tested positive for CoVID-19.A 30-year-old Diva resident had come to the hospital for tests on April 3, from where he was referred to the government-run Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, which in turn referred him to the Thane Civil Hospital for further treatment and this was when he was detected positive for coronavirus on Saturday.Raja Rijhwani, the hospital's health officer said, “As a precautionary measure, we have decided to seal the hospital. There are around seven patients in the hospital and they will be shifted to another hospitals. All hospital staffers are quarantined.”(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)MUmbaiBadlapurCoronavirusCorona CasesRecent StoriesCoronavirus updates from India and the world: Total number of positive cases in India rises to 8,447 death toll reaches to 273When fisherman can't venture into the sea in monsoon, they repair their nets: MMRDA commissioner Coronavirus in India: 15 industries, street vendors to be allowedMaharashtra Govt cancels exams for Class 9, 11 and remaining papers of Class 10Earthquake in Delhi: Tremors felt in Delhi-NCR amid lockdown 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
2020-04-11Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar residents thank cops on lockdown duty by clapping and showering flowers on them - Times of India
Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar residents thank cops on lockdown duty by clapping and showering flowers on themMaharashtra: Ulhasnagar residents thank cops on lockdown duty by clapping and showering flowers on themPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Apr 11, 2020, 22:13 ISTThe residents of Ulhasnagar clapped and showered flowers on the cops while they were doing flag march on Saturday. ULHASNAGAR: To express gratitude to the policemen on lockdown duty, the residents of Ulhasnagar clapped and showered flowers on them while they were doing flag march on Saturday. During the time residents wearing masks also maintained social distancing and after felicitation they even cleaned the road. The incident has came to light in Ulhasnagar 4 number where to make the people aware about staying at home and taking safety precautions, the Vithalwadi police had organised flag march led by ACP DD Tele of Ulhasnagar Division. During the flag March on roadside, citizens groups namely Hirali Foundation, The Water Foundation and Citizens Foundation organised facilitation program. Sarita Khanchandani, from Hirali Foundation said, "We salute policemen as they are also real heroes who are saving us from coronavirus risking their lives". Another citizen Pankaj Gurav said, "Alongwith health teams police are also continuously on field to save us from coronavirus by implementing lockdown successfully, this is reason we decided to motivate them by organising small facilitation program". In Video:Residents thank cops on lockdown duty by clapping and showering flowers in Maharashtra's UlhasnagarDownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! 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2020-04-11Residents thank cops on lockdown duty by clapping and showering flowers in Maharashtra's Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Residents thank cops on lockdown duty by clapping and showering flowers in Maharashtra's Ulhasnagar1 hour agoResidents thank cops on lockdown duty by clapping and showering flowers in Maharashtra's UlhasnagarApr 11, 2020, 10:11PM ISTSource: TNNIn a noble gesture, the residents clapped and showered flowers on policemen when they were doing flag march on Saturday. The residents were expressing their gratitude. A resident said, "said, "Alongwith health teams police are also continuously on field to save us from coronavirus by implementing lockdown successfully, this is the reason we decided to motivate them by organising a small facilitation program". "We salute policemen as they are also real heroes who are saving us from coronavirus risking their lives, " another citizen said.03:07Covid-19: Maharashtra will continue to be locked down till 30th April, says Uddhav Thackeray01:21Covid-19 crisis: 33,000 people put under home quarantine in Yavatmal01:03Covid-19: BJP corporator booked for organising birthday party amid lockdown01:46Covid-19: 15,500 people willing to join the war against coronavirus01:33COVID-19 crisis: Nagpur City Police get modified police van with sodium hypochlorite sprinklers01:07COVID-19 crisis: Good Friday marked amidst social distancing and lockdown at Methodist Church in Mumbai's Bhandup01:39Covid-19 in Mumbai: Sanitation tunnels being built in Dharavi03:00Railway employee fills empty stomachs of needy with help of NGOs in Nagpur01:14Mumbai: Buyers gathered at retail outlet fail to observe social distancing norms01:49Covid-19: Many flout social distancing norms at Satara BJP MLA’s eventRelatedVideosIndore's dancing cop reminds citizens to follow social distancing2 hours agoCOVID-19: How cops enforced social distancing16 hours agoCOVID-19: Cops of Women Police Station in Panchkula prepare food for needy1 day agoCOVID-19: Cops of Women Police Station in Panchkula prepare food for needy2 days agoCop attacked for ensuring lockdown in Aurangabad2 days agoCovid-19: Cops bust traders with fake 'curfew' passes in Karnataka2 days agoLudhiana textile industry prepares PPE suits for cops, health workers amid COVID-19 outbreak2 days agoBengaluru city cops demonstrate hygiene instructions3 days agoLockdown-21: Cops attacked by lockdown violators in UP's Bareilly5 days agoKanika Kapoor tests negative for COVID-19; Cop shuts down Anurag Kashyap for mocking PM Narendra Modi's light-a-candle initiative, and more...6 days agoGet the appback to topOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsLockdown extensionCoronavirus updateIPL 2020 NewsWest Bengal LockdownCoronavirus India update liveMumbai CoronavirusLockdown news in IndiaPM ModiFace MaskNeet Exam Centre ChangeCareer After 12th ScienceVijay MallyaHomemade face maskTamil Nadu LockdownFace Masks IndiaCoronavirus newsHoroscope 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 webKajal Raghwani Sexy VideoNew Sexy Video SongMohit ChauhanAjithSunny LeoneNeeru BajwaEaster Sunday WishesZodiac SignEaster Sunday ImagesTrending topicsAnupama ParameswaranShatrughan SinhaNeha KakkarZoa MoraniSalman KhanHilary HeathAshwiny Iyer TiwariRGV AsksKhesari Lal Ka GanaHansal MehtaShah Rukh-GauriAyesha TakiaZoom App BanTwitter GameGoogle MeetAmazon App QuizCoronavirus in kolkataBangalore LockdownFollow 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
2020-04-11Coronavirus: 3 New Cases Reported From Badlapur of Thane District | HW English - HW News English
Coronavirus: 3 New Cases Reported From Badlapur of Thane District by Tejas JoshiApril 11, 2020 All three infected patients have now been kept in the quarantine facility of Kulgaon-Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC).  Badlapur| Badlapur in Thane District has reported 3 new positive cases of coronavirus on Saturday. This comes after the town had not reported a single case of the Covid-19 disease besides a senior citizen from here with severe other health conditions, who had passed away in a private hospital. According to sources, 2 out of the 3 infected people are a wife (45) and daughter (20) of a policeman. They had visited Satara during the lockdown for the funeral of their relative. It is suspected that they might have caught the infection on the same visit. The other case from Badlapur is of an employee (28) of Wockhardt Hospital in Mumbai who is suspected to have contracted the virus in hospital premises. All three infected patients have now been kept in quarantine facility of Kulgaon-Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC). All three of them will be moved from here to a Covid-special hospital in Ulhasnagar, the KBMC Chief said. BadlapurCoronavirusfeaturedthaneShare previous post No Lockdown For Them? Karnataka BJP MLA Throws Mega Birthday Party In Tumkuru next post ‘Extend Lockdown on National Level’, Kejriwal Asks PM In Video Conference Tejas Joshi Related postsFormer Mumbai Police commissioner appointed chairman of Odisha Youth Welfare BoardPTIMay 9, 2018NSG, NIA teams leave for Jammu and Kashmir to join probe into Pulwama terror attackPTIFebruary 15, 2019February 28, 2019Manish Sisodia visits Yamuna belt area, urges people to move to safer placesPTIJuly 29, 2018 Latest News Coronavirus Update: PM Modi Indicates At Continuing Lockdown With Some Relaxation For Economy ‘Bhilwara Model Can’t Be Implemented in Mumbai, Dharavi Slums’, Says Bhilwara DM ‘Without Lockdown, We Would Have 2 Lakh Cases By Now’, Says Health Ministry ‘PM Has Taken Correct Decision to Extend the Lockdown’ Says Arvind Kejriwal After Power Plant’s Ash Dam Collapses Kamal Nath Demands Compensation For Farmers Popular Post Rumours of Pan-India Lock-down Befo... US politician Nikki Haley says Chin... Another rocket hits US soldiers at... Family refuses to accept the body o... Refused Last Meal, Hardly Slept, Di... HW Exclusive: Cox & Kings face... Rambhakt Gopal: What do we know abo... ‘Aadhaar, voter ID card, and... Pilot Jumps Out of Cockpit Window A... Watch: After zeros in 5 trillion, S... HW News Network is fully owned Digital News Portal of Theo Connect Private Limited. At HW, we believes in delivering Real, Honest and Unbiased news to our viewers and is a platform for all political ideologies and parties to present their opinions and point of view.Contact us: [email protected] FacebookTwitterYoutubeEmailWhatsapp @2019 - hwnews.in. All Right Reserved. FacebookTwitterYoutubeEmailWhatsapp Editorial Columnist Kumar Ketkar Sanjay Jha Karan Thapar Paranjoy Guha Thakurta Seshadri Chari V S Achuthanandan Preeti Sharma Menon Shehzad Poonawalla Abhinav Pandya Santosh Nair Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay Hanzala Aman Rahul Kapoor Umar Khalid Dr. Arvind Kumar Manoj Tandon Politics National International Shows Headlines News Report HW Exclusive Straight Drive The Real Estate Show Business & Finance Business Tit-Bits Business Headlines Indian Economy Capital Markets Banking Business & Finance LIVE TV
2020-04-11DAY 18 of coronavirus lockdown: Ground report from Indian cities - Times of India
DAY 18 of coronavirus lockdown: Ground report from Indian citiesTop Searches:Coronavirus in IndiaCorona cases in IndiaLockdown in IndiaCoronavirus updateHotspots in IndiaDAY 18 of coronavirus lockdown: Ground report from Indian citiesTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Apr 11, 2020, 17:24 ISTA daily wage worker wait for free food at Bendi Bazaar, Mumbai.NEW DELHI: Total confirmed cases of Covid-19 in India stood at more than 7,000 on Saturday with deaths past 200. The 21-day lockdown, announced on March 23 will end on April 14 and states have been contemplating on the need to extend the lockdown as cities continue to report more cases and identifying hotspots. Here is a look at the latest developments on the outbreak of coronavirus from various Indian cities — 1 DELHI Services at Delhi State Cancer Institute suspended till further notice in view of 21 people testing positive at facility. After a video conference with PM Modi, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the PM has taken a correct decision to extend the nationwide lockdown. However, there has been no official announcement of the extension of the 21-day nationwide lockdown, yet. Chandni Mahal -- has reported three deaths due to the virus in three days, as per an official. Woman from Muzaffarnagar tested positive of Covid-19 in Noida. Migration of daily wage workers has caused a dearth of labourers in the capital and has disrupted the distribution chain of medicines, said Ashish Grover, General Secretary of Drug Dealer Association. 2 MUMBAI Panvel police file FIR against PCMC BJP corporator and 10 others for organising birthday celebrations of the corporator. The total numbers of Covid-19 patients reached up to 50 in Kalyan-Dombivli. Four from one family in Dadar test positive for coronavirus; tally of Dadar area now 11. A 22-year old nurse from KEM hospital staying in Mohane area in Kalyan tested positive for coronavirus. Ulhasnagar residents shower flower petals on policemen A team of 50 doctors carries out screening of Dharavi residents. An 80-year-old Covid positive man dies in Dharavi; fourth death in the area due to coronavirus. 3 HYDERABAD Popular Tollywood hero Vijay Deverakonda visited Telangana Police headquarters and gave a message in support of police for their service during this lockdown period. Seized vehicles during lockdown period kept by police at Kukatpally. "T COVID-19" App - a single source of information, to assist citizens and government departments in tackling the coronavirus pandemic situation, was launched by the Telangana government. Andhra Pradesh reports 21 more Covid-19 cases, state tally rises to 402. Telangana government issues guidelines for containment zones across the state. Total 101 coronavirus hotspots have been identified so far. 4 BENGALURU Five contacts of a Mysuru pharmaceutical company worker are among the seven new Covid-19 positive cases, raising the total to 214, an official said. Karnataka Congress Chief D K Shivakumar referring to BJP MLA M Jayaram's birthday celebrations amid Covid-19 lockdown said that he is sure the chief minister will take action on all such activities. The Dakshina Kannada district administration has sealed its border at Talapady to control the spread of Covid-19. The decision has created an unpleasant atmosphere between Kerala and Karnataka as patients from Kasaragod in Kerala depend on Mangaluru for their medical needs. The issue has now reached the Supreme Court. Visvesvaraya Technological University issues 9 points advisory to all the engineering colleges on making online classes secured for students. Karnataka reports seven new Covid-19 cases, state tally rises to 214. 5 KOLKATA Shops relating to non-essential items allowed to function during lockdown in West Bengal, says MHA. Union minister Babul Supriyo on Saturday criticised West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjees decision to allow opening of a big flower market amid the lockdown to control the Covid-19 pandemic and claimed that it would endanger public safety. 10th Battalion of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel carried out fumigation and sanitisation at Budh Bazar in Kimin of Papum Pare district. A team of psychologists visited people at 3 quarantine facilities in Asansol yesterday, to "We checked their mental strength&other problems which may have pre-existed or developed during their stay at the quarantine facilities," says psyhologist Dr. Saptarshi Adhikari. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest India NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! 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2020-04-11Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your city - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai LockdownMaharashtra LockdownMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberCoronavirus in DharavaiMumbai lockdown news: Today's updates from your cityTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Apr 11, 2020, 23:17 ISTDeserted view of a Mumbai road due lockdown. Amid prevalent chaos and uncertainty over access to the essential services and commodities during the lockdown, we bring you the latest updates from Mumbai. * Update at 11.15pm: Vegetable and food supplies abruptly ran short in Mumbai as several markets closed without alternate arrangements on Saturday. The scarcity will extend into the following week given that the wholesale APMC Market is closed, and the police and BMC are discouraging vegetable vendors and grocers from opening shop. * PTI update at 10.15pm: The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane district reached 169 on Saturday with 13 more people testing positive for the coronavirus, health officials said. * PTI update at 9.00pm: The Maharashtra government has not allowed any vendor to sell liquor online or deliver it home and people should not fall for misleading advertisements making such promises, the state excise department said on Saturday. * Update at 8.00pm: The lockdown in Maharashtra will continue till April 30. All essential goods & services will be available like earlier. The administration & the police are together with you in this war against virus & the government is committed to minimise inconvenience for the citizens: Anil Deshmukh * Update at 7.30pm: APMC police checking vehicles during the lockdown at Turbhe in Navi Mumbai on Saturday. * Update at 7.15pm: The first of its kind sanitising booth for Mumbai police launched at Dahisar police station today * Update at 7.07pm: Number of coronavirus cases in Mumbai goes up to 1182, death toll jumps to 75, PTI quotes BMC * Update at 6.15pm: A 54-year-old man from Belapur village tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday night. He was shifted to the municipal hospital immediately at Vashi. Unfortunately, he died today morning, said a civic official. * Update at 5.45pm: Mumbai police hold a flag march amid the lockdown Mumbai police hold a flag march at Kurar village in Malad East on Saturday amid the lockdown due to the… https://t.co/ZP2nf9fSd1— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1586607146000* Update at 5.30pm: Daily wage workers wait in queue for free food to be distributed by the local communities at Bendi Bazaar, during the nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, in Mumbai. * Update at 5.25pm: Lockdown in Maharashtra will continue till April 30: CM Uddhav Thackeray * Update at 5.15pm: In Mumbai there are 60-70% positive cases with people having mild or very mild symptoms. Mumbai and Pune still needs to be looked at for carefully. Even now, we haven't imposed any restriction on agricultural activities and will not be in the future too. Essential supplies have been exempted from the lockdown: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray * Update at 5.05pm: A BJP corporator and 10 others were arrested at Panvel in Raigad district of Maharashtra after they were found assembled at one place for his birthday celebration despite the ongoing lockdown, police said on Saturday. * Update at 4.45pm: Mumbai Police's appeal to animal lovers 'Stray Out', but only from 5.30 AM to 7.30 AM.We appeal to animal lovers of Mumbai to feed their neighborhood str… https://t.co/89V5gu5Qva— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) 1586603149000* Update at 4.00pm: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to address the state at 5pm * Update at 3.45pm: Four from one family in Dadar test positive for coronavirus; tally of Dadar area now 11. Update at 3.30pm: A 22-year old nurse from KEM hospital staying in Mohane area in Kalyan tested positive for coronavirus. The total numbers of Covid-19 patients reached up to 50 in Kalyan-Dombivli. Update at 3.00pm: Ulhasnagar residents shower flower petals on policemen Visuals: Residents of Ulhasnagar showering flower petals on policemen during flag march amid lockdown to curb the s… https://t.co/JgZMewwqtC— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1586598230000Update at 2.50pm: A team of 50 doctors carries out screening of Dharavi residents. Screening of #Dharavi residents under way. A team of 150 doctors, from Maharashtra Medical Association, is helping… https://t.co/mt2zQKG5XA— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1586596356000Update at 2.25pm: An 80-year-old Covid positive man dies in Dharavi; fourth death in the area due to coronavirus Update at 1.35pm: Three from Badlapur test positive for Covid-19. The patients include a mother-daughter duo and a youth working at a private hospital in Mumbai Update at 12.50pm: Panvel police file FIR against PCMC BJP corporator and 10 others for organising birthday celebrations of the corporator. Update at 12.32pm: 92 new cases of Covid-19 take Maharashtra tally to 1,666As 92 more cases of Covid-19 have emerged in Maharashtra, the number of such patients in the state reached 1,666 on Saturday, the state health department said. Seventy-two of these new cases were detected in Mumbai, it said. Update at 11.50am: PM Modi interacts with chief ministers Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacting with chief ministers via video-conferencing over #COVID19… https://t.co/e0rNpjUp3M— TOI Cities (@TOICitiesNews) 1586586012000Update at 11.24am: Many grocery shops and others selling essential goods in parts of Thane like Vasant Vihar, Manpada, Ghodbunder were forcibly shut by authorities. Municipal authorities said all shops where social distancing was not being followed have been shut as precautionary measure. Update at 10.35am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi to interact with chief ministers of all the states today. Update at 9.30am: Death toll due to Covid-19 rises to 239 in India; number of cases climb to 7,447, reports PTI quoting health ministry Update at 8.30am: Deserted streets in Thane due to lockdown. Deserted streets in Thane amid #CoronavirusLockdown #stayathome #CautionYesPanicNo https://t.co/SuL4MnAKqu— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1586574064000* Mumbai stares at a medical crisis with nearly 100 health staffers +veAt a time when Covid-19 cases are coming thick and fast, the city could be staring at an emergency of another kind—closed hospitals and outof-action nurses. On Friday, another 19 health workers tested positive from hospitals, taking the count of affected medical staff to nearly 100 in Mumbai—likely to be the highest in India. Alarmed by the spread of infection among frontline workers, private hospitals have been asked to urgently provide safety kits, additional remuneration and transport. * Mumbai first Indian city to cross 1,000 cases, Maharashtra toll up to 110With a continuous surge in Covid-19 cases, Mumbai on Friday became the first city in India to breach the 1,000 mark, and with13 deaths reported on Friday, Maharashtra became the first state to cross the 100 mark in terms of the toll. While 210 new cases were reported in the state, taking the tally to 1,574, the death count went up to 110. * Many visitors stranded in Mumbai even after end of quarantineArun Satheesh has had enough of hotel stays. The marketing professional landed in Mumbai from Russia last month and has spent 19 days hopping from one hotel to another, with no means of returning home to Calicut. Like Satheesh, scores of people from across India are stranded in Mumbai due to the lockdown. Their pockets are fast emptying and some have taken ill. With indications the lockdown could get extended, those stranded fear the worst. * 11 more cases found in Dharavi, facility with 700 beds plannedDharavi reported 11 new Covid-19 cases on Friday. It took the total in the most densely populated locality of the city to 28, which included three deaths. The first case was reported on April 1, when a garment businessman died hours after testing positive. * Give nurses masks, gloves, protective suits, minister tells pvt hospitalsWith more than 60 nurses in private hospitals down with Covid-19, the state government has ordered the hospitals to immediately provide protective gear to all their staff. Cabinet minister Aslam Shaikh said the United Nurses Association has complained that nurses are not being provided with masks, gloves, personal protective equipment (PPE). Nurses in Saifee, Wockhardt, Bhatia, Jaslok and Breach Candy hospitals have tested positive for Covid-19, said the UNA pointing out that there are 20,000 nurses working in the private sector in Mumbai. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City NewsSubscribeStart Your Daily Mornings with Times of India Newspaper! 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2020-04-10Thane district to shut all vegetable, fruit shops till April 14 - The Hindu
Thane district to shut all vegetable, fruit shops till April 14 Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Watch: What will be affected and what will we available during a lockdown? News Cities Mumbai Mumbai Thane district to shut all vegetable, fruit shops till April 14 Alok Deshpande Mumbai, April 11, 2020 01:15 IST Updated: April 11, 2020 01:15 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Alok Deshpande Mumbai, April 11, 2020 01:15 IST Updated: April 11, 2020 01:15 IST With people failing to observe lockdown rules, Thane District Collector Rajesh Narvekar issued orders directing all municipal corporations and municipal councils in the district to shut all vegetable and fruit shops from Friday midnight till April 14, the last day of the nationwide lockdown.Thane district includes major municipal corporations such as Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira Road-Bhayander, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur and municipal councils such as Ambernath, Badlapur-Kulgaon, Shahapur, and Murbad.Mr. Narvekar said strict action will be taken against those who don’t observe the lockdown. You have reached your limit for free articles this month. 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2020-04-10Coronavirus in Maharashtra: With 21 new COVID-19 cases tally near 1,400-mark; Mumbai worst-hit - India TV News
Coronavirus in Maharashtra: With 21 new COVID-19 cases tally near 1,400-mark; Mumbai worst-hit Coronavirus in Maharashtra: With 21 new COVID-19 cases tally near 1,400-mark; Mumbai worst-hit The total number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra has reached 1,385 after 21 new positive cases were reported on Friday, according the state health department data. So far 97 patients have succumed to infection in the state. With 881 confirmed cases and 54 deaths, Mumbai remains to be worst-affected city in Maharashtra as well as across the country. India TV News Desk New Delhi Updated on: April 10, 2020 13:50 IST Image Source : AP The total number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra has reached 1,364. The total number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra has reached 1,385 after 21 new positive cases were reported on Friday, according the state health department data. So far 97 patients have succumed to infection in the state. With 881 confirmed cases and 54 deaths, Mumbai remains to be worst-affected city in Maharashtra as well as across the country. As per the latest update provided by the health department, most of the cases were reported from Pune and Mumbai. So far 125 persons have recovered and have been discharged from hospitals in the state. Fight Against Coronavirus Have Covid-19 symptoms? 10 points to know Coronavirus state wise cases in India Coronavirus Crisis: Live Updates Coronavirus: Busting myths and fake news with experts Dos and Don'ts for senior citizens amid coronavirus pandemic Of these, Pune reported 9 new cases followed by Akola (4), Buldhana (2) and Ratnagiri (1). The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said five new coronavirus positive patients were found in Dharavi, a sprawling slum colony in the metropolis. On Thursday evening, Health minister Rajesh Tope had described the situation in the state as "worrisome". With 1,385 cases till now, Maharashtra leads among states in the COVID-19 patient count. Here are district-wise list of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra Sr.No District/ M.Corporation Cases Death 1 Mumbai 881 54 2 Pune Muncipal Corporation 181 24 3 Pimpri-Chinchawad Muncipal Corporation 19 0 4 Pune Rural 6 0 5 Thane Muncipal Corporation 26 3 6 Kalyan Dombivali Muncipal Corporation 32 2 7 Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporations 31 2 8 Mira Bhayandar 4 1 9 Vasai-Virar Muncipal Corporation 11 2 10 Panvel Muncipal Corporation 6 0 11 Thane Rural 3 0 12 Palghar Rural 3 1 13 Satara 6 1 14 Sangli 26 0 15 Nagpur Muncipal Corporation 19 1 16 Ahemadnagar Muncipal Corporation 16 0 17 Buldhana 11 1 18 Ahemadnagar Rural 9 0 19 Aurangabad Muncipal Corporation 16 1 20 Latur Muncipal Corporation 8 0 21 Akola 9 0 22 Malegaon 5 1 23 Ratnagiri 4 1 24 Yavatmal 4 0 25 Osmanabad 4 0 26 Amravati Muncipal Corporation 4 1 27 Kolhapur Muncipal Corporation 5 0 28 Ulhasnagar Muncipal Corporation 1 0 29 Nashik Muncipal Corporation 1 0 30 Nashik Rural 1 0 31 Jalgaon Rural 1 0 32 Jalgaon Muncipal Corporation 1 1 33 Aurangabad Rural 1 0 34 Jalna 1 0 35 Hingoli 1 0 36 Washim 1 0 37 Gondia 1 0 38 Beed 1 0 39 Sindhudurg 1 0 40 Other Sate 8 0   TOTAL 1385 97 Out of 25 deaths (15 men and 10 women) reported in the state, 14 were from Pune followed by nine in Mumbai and one each from Ratnagiri and Malegaon. However, as per the authorities in Pune, only six coronavirus patients died in the district since Wednesday night. A 101-year-old woman in Mumbai, who had tested positive for coronavirus, died on Thursday, becoming the oldest coronavirus casualty in the state. Most of patients who succumed to the infection suffered from diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma or cardiac ailments. So far 54 persons have died in Mumbai and 24 in Pune, the official said. However, as per the Mumbai civic body, the death toll in the state capital was 65. Out of 1,385 COVID-19 patients 881 are from Mumbai and 181 from Pune. Maharashtra map highlights coronavirus affected areas/regions in the state The number of patients in other cities was as follows: Pimpri Chinchwad (19), Pune Rural (6), Thane city (26), Kalyan-Dombivli (32), Navi Mumbai (31), Mira Bhayandar (4), Vasai Virar (11), Panvel city (6), Satara (6), Sangli (26), Nagpur city (19), Ahmednagar city (16), three each from Thane rural and Palghar rural, Buldana (11), Ahmednagar rural (9), Aurangabad city (16), Latur city (8), Akola (9), Malegaon and Kolhapur (5) each, 4 each from Ratnagiri, Yavatmal, Osmanabad, Amravati city, one each from Ulhasnagar city, Nashik city, Nashik rural, Jalgaon city, Jalgaon rural, Aurangabad rural, Jalna, Hingoli, Washim, Gondia, Beed and Sindhudurg. Eight people from neighbouring states are also undergoing treatment here, the official said. Coronavirus comfirmed cases cumulative graph Besides Mumbai and Pune, Thane city has recorded three deaths, two each have died in Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai and Vasai-Virar, one each in Palghar, Satara, Nagpur, Buldana, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Amravati city, Ratnagiri and Jalgaon, he said. So far, 30,766 samples have been sent for testing of which 28,865 tested negative while 1,364 tested positive. As many as 36,533 people have been home quarantined while 4,731 are under institutional quarantine. 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2020-04-10COVID-19: 136 cases, six deaths in Thane; Palghar records 31 cases with four deaths - United News of India
COVID-19: 136 cases, six deaths in Thane; Palghar records 31 cases with four deathsThane, Apr 10 (UNI) The COVID-19 tally of this district surged to 136 when 15 new confirmed cases were found while six fatalities were reported, an official bulletin said. Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation(KDMC) reported highest 43 cases followed by 31 in limits of Navi Mumbai civic body, 33- Thane and 23 from Mira Bhayandar. While the places of Ambernath, Badlapur, Ulhasnagar reported one each cases, Thane rural detected 3 infected individuals. As of now, KDMC has recorded two pandemic fatalities while there was one death each in Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ambernath and Badlapur. Meanwhile, the distant Palghar district has 31 confirmed cases with four deaths, the bulletin added. UNI XR KAZ SV 1646 More NewsMaharashtra cops register 34,010 FIRs for breaching lockdown10 Apr 2020 | 11:25 PMNagpur, Apr 10 (UNI) Maharashtra police have so far registered 34,010 First Information Reports (FIRs) for violation of coronavirus lockdown across the state, a press release issued by the department said here on Friday.see more..Total 817 peoples in 15 institutional quarantined centres in five tehsils of Mah district10 Apr 2020 | 11:24 PMKolhapur, Apr 10 (UNI) Total 817 peoples including 595 from eleven states and 222 from different districts of the state, has been quarantined at total 15 different institutional quarantined centres in five tehsil places.see more..Infection cases rises to 1,574 in M'rashtra; 110 lives lost to corona10 Apr 2020 | 10:54 PMMumbai, Apr 10 (UNI) With 210 new cases of coronavirus and 13 deaths reported in Maharashtra on Friday, the total number of infections and death in the state rose to 1,574 and 110, respectively.see more..Mah: 22 COVID-19 patients cured, sent to homes in Sangli10 Apr 2020 | 9:02 PMSangli, Apr 10 (UNI) The relentless battle of crippling the COVID-19 crisis stepped an inch closer after a total of twenty-two pandemic patients have been cured and discharged here, stated State Water Resources Minister Jayant Patil on Friday.see more..COVID-19: Thane administration makes wearing of face masks compulsory for citizens10 Apr 2020 | 8:41 PMThane, Apr 10 (UNI) The district administration on Friday made wearing of face masks compulsory for the citizens while moving out in public places. Collector Rajesh Narvekar promulgated an order making use of masks compulsory by everybody, including the officials as well as employees of emergency services.see more.. UNI PhotoNEW DELHI, April 10, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A health worker sanitizes an area near the Nizamuddin mosque in New Delhi, India, on April 10, 2020. Health ministry Friday evening said the death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 206 and the total number of confirmed cases in the country reached 6,761. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-6UNEW DELHI, April 10, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel make personal protective equipment (PPE) during the nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of novel coronavirus at a CRPF camp in New Delhi, on April 10, 2020. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-5UBETHLEHEM, April 10, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Palestinian bride, Shima' al-Titi, adjusts the face mask for her groom, Ishaq Musleh, before they leave the beauty salon in the Palestinian Deheisheh refugee camp near the West Bank city of Bethlehem, on April 10, 2020. Wearing masks and gloves as preventive measures, the couple celebrated their wedding during the COVID-19 outbreak. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-14FBNEI BRAK, April 10, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Medical personnel wearing masks are seen in a hospital in the central Israeli city of Bnei Brak on April 10, 2020. The number of novel coronavirus cases in Israel has risen to 10,095, the Israeli Ministry of Health said Friday. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-13FHUBBALLI, APR 10 (UNI) Minister of state for Railways Suresh Angadi inspecting converted isolation coaches at Hubballi on Friday. UNI PHOTO-R79UHUBBALLI, APR 10 (UNI) Minister of state for Railways Suresh Angadi inspecting converted isolation coaches at Hubballi on Friday. UNI PHOTO-R78UKOLKATA, APR 10 (UNI):- People taking to street painting during lockdown period to make everybody aware of Coronavirus Pandemic in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO- CAL7KOLKATA, APR 10 (UNI):- People taking to street painting during lockdown period to make everybody aware of Coronavirus Pandemic in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO-CAL6KOLKATA, APR 10 (UNI):- With lockdown in force following Covid-19, devotees stand outside a Church on the day of Good Friday in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO-CAL5KOLKATA, APR 10 (UNI):- Artisans of Kumartuli giving finishing touches to Laxmi and Ganesha idols for the coming Bengali new year during lockdown period following Covid-19 in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO-CAL4KOLKATA, APR 10 (UNI):- Artisans of Kumartuli giving finishing touches to Laxmi and Ganesha idols for the coming Bengali new year during lockdown period following Covid-19 in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO-CAL3RANCHI, APR 10 (UNI):– Archbishop Felix Toppo holding cross conducting a Good Friday Mass through online live streaming video at a Church amid Coronavirus Pandemic ‘Covid-19’ in Ranchi on Friday. UNI PHOTO-R77URANCHI, APR 10 (UNI):– Archbishop Felix Toppo holding cross conducting a Good Friday Mass through online live streaming video at a Church amid Coronavirus Pandemic ‘Covid-19’ in Ranchi on Friday. UNI PHOTO-R76UKOLKATA, APR 10 (UNI):- People stand in queue in front of medical shop at Shyambazar during lockdown following Covid-19 in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO-CAL2KOLKATA, APR 10 (UNI):- Trains line up at Tikiapara station during lockdown period following Covid-19 in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO-CAL1JAMMU, APR 10 (UNI):- RSS members distributing dry ration among needy in Jammu on Friday. 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2020-04-10COVID-19: 136 cases, six deaths in Thane; Palghar records 31 cases with four deaths - United News of India
COVID-19: 136 cases, six deaths in Thane; Palghar records 31 cases with four deathsThane, Apr 10 (UNI) The COVID-19 tally of this district surged to 136 when 15 new confirmed cases were found while six fatalities were reported, an official bulletin said. Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation(KDMC) reported highest 43 cases followed by 31 in limits of Navi Mumbai civic body, 33- Thane and 23 from Mira Bhayandar. While the places of Ambernath, Badlapur, Ulhasnagar reported one each cases, Thane rural detected 3 infected individuals. As of now, KDMC has recorded two pandemic fatalities while there was one death each in Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ambernath and Badlapur. Meanwhile, the distant Palghar district has 31 confirmed cases with four deaths, the bulletin added. UNI XR KAZ SV 1646 More NewsThane registers 29 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 32017 Apr 2020 | 10:56 PMThane, Apr 17 (UNI) With 29 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday in the district, the total swollen to 320, a late night report stated on Friday.see more..Covid 19: 5 more deaths, 170 new cases in Gujarat17 Apr 2020 | 10:49 PMGandhinagar, Apr 17 (UNI) Gujarat on Friday reported five more deaths and 170 new cases of novel coronavirus in last 24 hours, taking the count in the western state to 1,099 including 41 deaths and 86 recoveries so far.see more..COVID-19: Nashik reports 512 positive, 56 negative cases till date17 Apr 2020 | 10:48 PMNashik, Apr 17 (UNI) A total of 512 coronavirus cases have tested negative while 56 reports came negative here in the district, district collector Suraj Mandhare said here on Friday.see more..COVID-19: 42 patients of COVID-19 still being treated in Marathwada region17 Apr 2020 | 9:52 PMAurangabad, Apr 17 (UNI) At present total 42 positive cases of COVID-19 across the seven districts of Marathwada region are being treating in these district, health official sources said here on Friday evening.see more..Maharashtra government instructs landlords to defer rent collection by 3 months17 Apr 2020 | 9:25 PMMumbai, Apr 17 (UNI) Following the light of the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak in Maharashtra the state government has issued an order for deferment of rent for the next three months in order to prevent the eviction of tenants in the event that they are unable to pay their rent for the said period.see more.. UNI PhotoCHENNAI, APR 17 (UNI) :- Muttukadu Boating in chennai on Friday during the lock down: UNI PHOTO : Seshadri SUKUMARChennai, India: Areal view of Muttukadu Boating shot during lockdown: Seshadri SUKUMARELURU, APR 17 (UNI):- A Driver and a cleaner were burnt alive when a Lorry rammed into a roadside Tree and engulfed in flames at Alampuram village of Pentapadu Mandal on the Chennai-Kolkata National Highway the ill-fated lorry was carrying inflammable chemical and enroute to Tanuku from Tapalligudem, Friday. UNI PHOTO-R79UCHENNAI, APR 17 (UNI):- More 30 COVID-19 Positive patients being discharged after they were cured at Government Omandurar Medical College and Hospital Chennai UNI PHOTO : Seshadri SUKUMARCHENNAI, APR 17 (UNI):- More 30 COVID-19 Positive patients being discharged after they were cured at Government Omandurar Medical College and Hospital Chennai UNI PHOTO : Seshadri SUKUMARAMARAVATU, APR 17 (UNI):- Doctor taking blood sample for Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy to test COVID-19 through Rapid Test Kit, at CM Camp Office in Tadepalli near Amaravati on Frdiay. UNI PHOTO-R78UKOLKATA, APR 17 (UNI):- The ever bustling Chowringhee wearing a deserted look during lockdown period following COVID-19 in Kolkata on Friday. UNI PHOTO-CAL5KOLKATA, APR 17 (UNI):- Garlics in gunny bags being ferried during lockdown following COVID-19 in Kolkata on Friday. 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UNI PHOTO-R75USrinagar, APRIL 17 (UNI) Chief of Army staff General M M Naravane reviewed operational preparedness of units and formations along Line of Control in North Kashmir on Friday. UNI PHOTO-SRN1PATNA, APR 17 (UNI):- Health workers carrying dead body of COVID-19 infected man during cremation in Patna on Friday. UNI PHOTO-R74USrinagar, APRIL 17 (UNI) Chief of Army staff General M M Naravane interacting with jawans and officers at the headquarters of Chinar Corps in Srinagar on Friday. UNI PHOTO-SRN2MUMBAI, APR 17 (UNI):- Volunteers prepare food packets to be distributed among the needy people at a Jain temple in Ghatkopar, in Mumbai on Friday. UNI PHOTO-R73UMUMBAI, APR 17 (UNI):- Volunteers prepare food packets to be distributed among the needy people at a Jain temple in Ghatkopar, in Mumbai on Friday. 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2020-04-09Maha records 229 new COVID-19 cases, count 1,364; 25 deaths - Outlook India
Maha records 229 new COVID-19 cases, count 1,364; 25 deaths Outlook April 09, 2020 22:02 IST Maha records 229 new COVID-19 cases, count 1,364; 25 deaths outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 (Eds: Updating) Mumbai, Apr 9 (PTI) With 229 people testing positive on Thursday, the number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra reached 1,364, a health official said. The state also reported deaths of 25 COVID-19 patients, taking the death toll so far to 97, he added. The bulk of new cases were reported in Mumbai. "Both the number of new patients and that of deaths are highest for a single day so far," the official said. As per the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), seventy-nine persons tested positive for COVID-19 during the day, taking the number of such cases in the country''s financial capital to 775. So far 125 persons have recovered and have been discharged from hospitals in the state, the state health department official said. Earlier in the evening, health minister Rajesh Tope had described the situation in the state as "worrisome". Out of 25 deaths (15 men and 10 women) reported in the state on Thursday, Pune reported 14 deaths followed by nine in Mumbai and one each from Ratnagiri and Malegaon, the state health official said. However, as per the authorities in Pune, only six coronavirus patients died in the district since Wednesday night. A 101-year-old woman in Mumbai, who had tested positive for coronavirus, died on Thursday, becoming the oldest coronavirus casualty in the state. "Twelve of 25 persons who died today were above 60, while eleven were in the 40 to 60 age bracket. Only two were less than 40 years old," the state health official said. Most of them suffered from diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma or cardiac ailments. So far 54 persons have died in Mumbai and 24 in Pune, the official said. However, as per the Mumbai civic body, the death toll in the state capital was 65. Out of 1,364 COVID-19 patients 876 are from Mumbai and 181 from Pune, the state health official said. The number of patients in other cities was as follows: Pimpri Chinchwad (19), Pune Rural (6), Thane city (26), Kalyan-Dombivli (32), Navi Mumbai (31), Mira Bhayandar (4), Vasai Virar (11), Panvel city (6), Satara (6), Sangli (26), Nagpur city (19), Ahmednagar city (16), three each from Thane rural and Palghar rural, Buldana (11), Ahmednagar rural (9), Aurangabad city (16), Latur city (8), Akola (9), Malegaon and Kolhapur (5) each, 4 each from Ratnagiri, Yavatmal, Osmanabad, Amravati city, one each from Ulhasnagar city, Nashik city, Nashik rural, Jalgaon city, Jalgaon rural, Aurangabad rural, Jalna, Hingoli, Washim, Gondia, Beed and Sindhudurg. Eight people from neighbouring states are also undergoing treatment here, the official said. Besides Mumbai and Pune, Thane city has recorded three deaths, two each have died in Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai and Vasai-Virar, one each in Palghar, Satara, Nagpur, Buldana, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Amravati city, Ratnagiri and Jalgaon, he said. So far, 30,766 samples have been sent for testing of which 28,865 tested negative while 1,364 tested positive. As many as 36,533 people have been home quarantined while 4,731 are under institutional quarantine, he said. PTI ND KRK KRK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website 'Whispering Death' Unlikely To Continue Commentating Beyond 2021, Hints Michael Holding Before Sandpaper-gate Row, Australia Were 'Out Of Control': Ian Gould Didn't Mind Dying On The Field: Viv Richards On Not Wearing Helmet More from Outlook Magazine Sachin Tendulkar's Coronavirus Diary: Accepting Reality And Playing In The Vee Still, Faded Chalk On Blackboards ‘Ramayan Is A Wholesome Treat For The Soul. Don’t Politicise It.’ Next Story : Shops in Kalyan Dombivali to operate from 5 am to 2 pm only Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-04-08COVID-19: 114 cases, 6 deaths in Thane; Palghar records 26 cases with 3 deaths - United News of India
COVID-19: 114 cases, 6 deaths in Thane; Palghar records 26 cases with 3 deathsThane, Apr 8 (UNI) The COVID-19 tally of this district surged to 114 when eight new confirmed cases were found while six fatalities were reported, stated an official bulletin issued on late Tuesday night. Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation(KDMC) reported highest 34 cases followed by 28 in limits of Navi Mumbai civic body, 24- Thane and 22 from Mira Bhayandar. While the places of Ambernath, Badlapur, Ulhasnagar reported one each cases, Thane rural detected 3 infected individuals. As of now, KDMC has recorded two pandemic fatalities while there was one death each in places of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ambernath and Badlapur. Meanwhile, the distant Palghar district has 26 confirmed cases with three deaths, the bulletin added. UNI XR KAZ SV 1642 More NewsCOVID-19: Twelve patients recovered, says Sangli District Collector10 Apr 2020 | 1:04 AMSangli, Maharashtra, Apr 9 (UNI) Sangli District Collector Dr Abhijeet Chaudhari on late Thursday night said that 12 more coronavirus patients were recovered, taking the total number of ‘’corona free’’ patients to 22 who were getting medical treatment in isolation ward in Miraj.see more..Mah: Essential shops in Thane to remain open till 1400 hrs09 Apr 2020 | 11:09 PMThane, Apr 09 (UNI) To check the crowd, the KDMC Municipal Commissioner Vijay Suryavanshi has on Thursday issued a fresh order in which the shops in the city will be open between 0500 hrs and 1400 hrs only. These include Essential goods, bakeries, Dairies, Grocery shops, Fruits and Vegetables.see more..Covid-19 positive cases in M'rashtra rises to 1,364; Death toll stands at 9709 Apr 2020 | 11:04 PMAurangabad, Apr 9 (UNI) As many as 229 new cases of coronavirus and 25 deaths were reported in the state on Thursday, taking the positive numbers to 1,364 and death toll to 97, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said.see more..Area-wise checking of corona patients starts in Pune09 Apr 2020 | 10:24 PMPune, Apr 9 (UNI) After demands from people to declare areawise details of Coronavirus Positive cases, Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) on Thursday released details for 142 positive cases.see more..Fadnavis meets BJP leaders on regular basis09 Apr 2020 | 10:21 PMAurangabad, Apr 9 (UNI) Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition in Maharashtra Assembly, Devendra Fadnavis and other leaders are interacting with BJP workers every day even during the lockdown period.see more.. UNI PhotoNEW DELHI, APR 10 (UNI):- A woman rickshaw puller wearing protective mask pedaling passengers for bread during the nationwide lock down to combat the spread of COVID-19, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AK4UNEW DELHI, APR 10 (UNI):- A woman rickshaw puller wearing protective mask pedaling passengers for bread during the nationwide lock down to combat the spread of COVID-19, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AK3UNEW DELHI, APR 10 (UNI):- Municipal workers spraying disinfectant chemical to combat the spread of COVID-19 at a residential area during the nationwide lock down, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AK2UNEW DELHI, APR 10 (UNI):- Municipal workers spraying disinfectant chemical to combat the spread of COVID-19 at a residential area during the nationwide lock down, in New Delhi on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AK1USrinagar, APRIL 9 (UNI) About 13 lakh full-bloomed flowers in Asia’s largest Tulip garden on the bank of world famous Dal Lake, presenting a magnificent look, went unnoticed this time due to the country-wide lockdown to curtail the spread of Coronavirus. UNI PHOTO -SRN7Srinagar, APRIL 9 (UNI) About 13 lakh full-bloomed flowers in Asia’s largest Tulip garden on the bank of world famous Dal Lake, presenting a magnificent look, went unnoticed this time due to the country-wide lockdown to curtail the spread of Coronavirus. UNI PHOTO -SRN6Srinagar, APRIL 9 (UNI) About 13 lakh full-bloomed flowers in Asia’s largest Tulip garden on the bank of world famous Dal Lake, presenting a magnificent look, went unnoticed this time due to the country-wide lockdown to curtail the spread of Coronavirus. UNI PHOTO -SRN5NEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People maintain social distancing to collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK9UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People washing their hands maintaining social distancing to collect food packets distributed by various social organisations during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK8UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People washing their hands maintaining social distancing to collect food packets distributed by various social organisations during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK7UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People maintain social distancing to collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK6UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People maintain social distancing to collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK5UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People maintain social distancing to collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK4UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People maintain social distancing to collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK3UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- People maintain social distancing to collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK2UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- Labourer unloading the food containers for poor people distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK14UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- Poor people collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK12UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- Poor people collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK12UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- Poor people collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-DK11UNEW DELHI, APR 9 (UNI):- Poor people collect food distributed by Delhi Government during the nationwide lock down announced to combat the COVID-19, in New Delhi on Thursday. 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2020-04-08Maharashtra COVID-19 tally rises to 1135 with 117 new cases: Government - Economic Times
Maharashtra COVID-19 tally rises to 1135 with 117 new cases: Government Benchmarks Nifty9,266.75273.95Stock ScreenerSearch, Select & Invest in Top StocksTop Growth StocksStocks with Regular PayoutMid-Cap Growth StocksFEATURED FUNDSICICI Prudential Bluechip Fund Direct-Growth★★★★★5Y Return4.09 % Invest NowFEATURED FUNDSMirae Asset Large Cap Fund Regular- Growth★★★★★5Y Return5.25 % Invest NowFEATURED FUNDSMirae Asset Tax Saver Fund Direct-Growth★★★★★3Y Return5.13 % Invest NowFEATURED FUNDSAxis Long Term Equity Direct Plan-Growth★★★★★5Y Return6.43 % Invest NowFEATURED FUNDSKotak Standard Multicap Fund Regular-Growth★★★★★5Y Return4.82 % Invest NowStock Analysis, IPO, Mutual Funds, Bonds & MoreMarket WatchPinterestRedditFlipboardMaharashtra COVID-19 tally rises to 1135 with 117 new cases: Government"With the rise of 117 cases, the state's tally is 1135 now. The toll has also increased to 72 with 8 new deaths," he said. PTI|Last Updated: Apr 08, 2020, 09.44 PM IST0Comments Out of the 117, Mumbai city has reported 72 cases followed by 36 testing positive in Pune, he said.COVID-19 CASESWorldIndiaConfirmed14,378Deaths480Confirmed2,240,191Deaths153,822Mumbai: On the fifteenth day of the national lockdown on Wednesday the number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra increased by 117 to 1,135, with Mumbai city recording 72 new cases, a state health official said. The death toll of COVID-19 cases in the state also went up to 72 with eight persons succumbing to the disease. On Tuesday, the state had recorded an increase of 150 in the number of conronavirus infection cases. On Wednesday, the death toll in Mumbai rose to 45. The country's financial capital has recorded 714 COVID-19 patients. As many as 117 persons have been discharged after recovery across the state so far. "Of the 117 new cases, Mumbai city reported 72 followed by 36 in Pune," the health official said. "Three new cases were found in Thane, two from Pune Rural and one each in Navi Mumbai, Buldana, Akola and Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation area, the official said. Of the eight deaths in the state, five were reported in Mumbai, two in Pune and one in Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation, an area near Mumbai, he said. However, as per the civic authorities in Pune, eight COVID-19 patients died in the city since Tuesday night. The varying figures from state and Pune authorities could not be reconciled immediately. "None of the deceased had any travel history, but most of them had existing illness such as diabetes or hypertension or asthama," said the state official. Of the 72 deaths in the state so far, 45 were reported in Mumbai, ten in Pune, three in Thane, two each in Kalyan- Dombivli, Navi Mumbai and Vasai Virar, one each in Mira Bhayandar, Palghar, Satara, Nagpur, Buldana, Jalgaon, Aurangabad, Jalgaon and Amravati, said the official. Mumbai tops in the number of coronavirus cases in the state with 714 patients, followed by Pune (166). Other cities/districts where cases have been detected are: Pimpri Chinchwad (17), Pune Rural (6), Thane (24), Kalyan Dombivli (26), Navi Mumbai (29), Mira Bhayandar (3), Vasai- Virar (10), Panvel (6), Satara (6), Sangli (26), Nagpur (19), Ahmednagar (16), Buldana (8), Ahmednagar rural (9), Aurangabad (12), Latur (8), Osmanabad (4) and Kolhapur (2). Three cases each are reported from Thane Rural, Palghar, Ratnagiri and Yavatmal, one each from Ulhasnagar, Nashik city, Nashik rural, Jalgaon city, Jalgaon rural, Aurangabad rural, Jalna, Hingoli, Washim, Amravati city, Akola and Gondia, the official said. Of 27,090 samples sent for testing so far, 25,753 tested negative while 1,135 tested positive. A total of 34,904 people are under home quarantine and 4,444 under institutional quarantine. As to the impact of the Tablighi Jamaat gathering in Delhi, the official said 25 people who had returned from the congregation held last month have tested positive for coronavirus in the state. "Eight of them are from Latur, six from Buldana, two each from Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad and Ahmednagar and one each is Ratnagiri, Nagpur, Hingoli, Jalgaon and Washim," the official said. 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2020-04-07Maharashtra becomes first Indian state to have more than 1,000 coronavirus cases - Livemint
Maharashtra becomes first Indian state to have more than 1,000 coronavirus cases 3 min read . Updated: 07 Apr 2020, 07:57 PM IST PTI The death toll due to Covid-19 rose to 64 across the stateOut of the 150 new cases that emerged in the state today, 116 were reported in Mumbai Share Via Read Full Story Topics MaharashtraCoronavirus Mumbai: On the fourteenth day of the national lockdown on Tuesday Maharashtra reported a sharp spike by 150 in coronavirus positive cases, with Mumbai alone accounting for 116, taking the overall tally of the affected people in the state to 1018, Health officials said. Maharashtra thus became the first state in the country to report more than 1,000 coronavirus cases, he said. Simultaneously, the death toll due to COVID-19 rose by 12 to 64 across the state. In Mumbai, the death toll climbed to 40, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) stated in a release. The tally of COVID-19 patients in the country's financial capital now stands at 642. Apart from Mumbai's 116 cases, new cases were reported from Pune (18), three each from Ahmednagar, Nagpur and Aurangabad, two each from Thane and Buldana, and one each from Satara, Ratnagiri and Sangli, said the Health department official. Of the 12 fresh deaths in the state, six are from Mumbai, three from Pune and one each from Satara, Nagpur and Mira Bhayandar area near Mumbai, he said. "The state reported deaths of 12 people, out of which only one person has a known travel history to the USA. Rest of the victims have no travel history but they are above 50 year old and have some existing illness such as diabetes or hypertension," he said. The worst-affected Mumbai reported 116 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the tally of the affected people to 642 while the death toll from the financial capital went up to 40, the BMC stated. Out of the 64 deaths in the state so far, 40 are from Mumbai, 8 from Pune, 3 from Thane, 2 each from Navi Mumbai and Vasai-Virar, 1 each from Mira Bhayandar, Palghar, Satara, Nagpur, Buldana, Jalgaon, Aurangabad, Jalgaon and Amravati, said the official. Out of the total 1018 cases in Maharashtra so far, the highest 642 are from Mumbai, followed by 130 from Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad (17), Pune Rural (4), Thane (21), Kalyan Dombivli (25), Navi Mumbai (28), Mira Bhayandar (3), Vasai Virar (10), Panvel (6), Satara (6), Sangli (26), Nagpur (19), Ahmednagar (18), Aurangabad (12), Latur (8), Osmanabad (4) and Kolhapur (2). Three cases each are reported from Thane rural, Palghar, Ratnagiri and Yavatmal, 7 each from Buldana and Ahmednagar rural and one each from Ulhasnagar, Nashik city, Nashik rural, Jalgaon city, Jalgaon rural, Aurangabad rural, Jalna, Hingoli, Washim, Amravati city and Gondia, the official said. He said of the 20,877 samples sent for testing so far, 19,290 have returned negative while 1,018 repoted positive. A total of 79 people have been discharged so far in the state after recovering from the viral infection, the official added. While a total of 34,695 people are put under home quarantine across the state and 4,008 others are put under the institutional quarantine. Talking about the Nizamuddin link, the official said a total of 23 people, who had returned from the Delhi congregation held last month, have tested positive for coronavirus so far. "Out of them, 8 are from Latur, 6 from Buldana and 2 each from Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad and Ahmednagar while one each is from Hingoli, Jalgaon and Washim," the official said. According to the official, a total of 214 surveillance teams are pressed into service in Satara city to identify clusters for containment. The number of such teams in Hingoli is 14, 31 in Sangli, 39 in Ratnagiri and 48 in Jalgaon. A total of 3,492 survey teams have so far completed surveillance of 12 lakh population, he added. This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed. Share Via Topics MaharashtraCoronavirus Close No NetworkServer IssueInternet Not AvailableWait for it…Log in to our website to save your bookmarks. It'll just take a moment.Yes, Continue Your session has expired, please login again.Yes, Continue Congratulations!You are now subscribed to our newsletters. In case you can’t find any email from our side, please check the spam folder. × × Change password My Reads Logout
2020-04-06Covid-19: India unable to take full advantage of drop in oil prices - Energy News India- Power News India, Energy, Oil and Gas News - EnergyInfraPost
Monday, April 6 2020 Trending Indian Railways preparing action plan to resume train services at the end of lockdown Rail, air passengers in a fix over travel plans from April 15 PPEs made by Northern Railways get DRDO nod Railways asks staff to install corona tracker Aarogya Setu The silver lining in the Indian economy Dharmendra Pradhan speaks to US Energy Secretary on slump in fuel demand due to Covid-19 25,000 power staff monitor shutdown in Telangana Nuclear power plants of 7,000 MW capacity under construction in India Oil prices fall as doubts grow over output cut deal Power demand dipped 26 GW as citizens switch off lights Sidebar Random Article Log In RSSTwitterFacebook Menu HOME POWER COAL & MINES OIL & GAS RENEWABLE POLICY & GOVT ECONOMY ENVIRONMENT RAILWAYS Search for Home/OIL & GAS/Covid-19: India unable to take full advantage of drop in oil prices OIL & GAS Covid-19: India unable to take full advantage of drop in oil prices 0 7 1 minute read Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp Telegram Share via Email India, the world’s third-biggest oil consumer, is unable to take full advantage of a slump in global crude prices because of a steep drop in the sale of petrol and diesel in the aftermath of the nationwide lockdown for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) that has squeezed dealers’ margins and put at risk the jobs of some of the 500,000 people employed at fuel stations. Sales of automobile fuels have slumped by around 80% in the cities and 60% in rural areas since March 25, when the lockdown went underway, taking public transport and private vehicles off the roads, according to dealers HT spoke to. “The spread of the coronavirus and the lockdown have affected everyone. If demand does not pick up this month, we would face difficulties in paying salaries to staff,” a Noida-based dealer said, requesting anonymity. A Mumbai-based dealer said he had been forced to shut his petrol pump in the heart of the city for the time being because of both lack of demand and absence of staff to serve any customers who turn up amid the lockdown. “My other retail outlet at Ulhasnagar [on the outskirts of Mumbai] is open, but sales are a minuscule 500 litres a day compared to from 450 KL [kilolitres] earlier,” the dealer said requesting anonymity. 1 KL is equal to 1,000 litres. “I have taken Rs 50 lakh credit from bank. I have fuels in tanks worth Rs 50 lakh. 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2020-04-06City firm adopts 500 daily wage earners - Mumbai Mirror
City firm adopts 500 daily wage earnersYou are in an offline modeCity firm adopts 500 daily wage earnersBy Satish NandgaonkarSatish Nandgaonkar, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Apr 6, 2020, 06:52 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareIMAGE USED FOR REPRESENTATIONAL PURPOSE ONLYCompany will give financial support of Rs 5,000 per month to these workers for next three months. A Mumbai-based chemical manufacturing company has decided to adopt 500 daily wage earners, migrant labourers and folk artistes by providing them a financial support of Rs 5,000 per month for the next three months to tide over the impact of the 21-day lockdown to battle Covid-19 pandemic. Several large corporate companies have announced donations to the PM CARES Fund. Several other NGOs and individuals have identified diverse segments, including senior citizens living alone, and taken relief to their door in terms of food, groceries, vegetables and medicines. Dorf Ketal Chemicals India Pvt Ltd pledged financial support worth Rs 75 lakh to daily wage earners who are struggling to survive during the harsh lockdown. Subodh Menon, founder of Dorf Ketal Chemicals India Pvt Ltd, said, “The most vulnerable in this lockdown are the unskilled and semi-skilled workers who live hand-to-mouth and have very low level of sustenance capacity. Without enough food and low immunity, these poor labourers could succumb to the COVID-19 infection. Therefore, we decided to provide them Rs 5,000 per month for the next three months so that they could not only sustain themselves but also help us prevent the infection from spreading further.” Founded in 1992 in Mumbai, Dorf Ketal – the unusual name stands for a petrochemicals refining process – drilling oil refining fuels and ketone aldehydes – claims to be one of the world’s largest suppliers of process chemicals and additives for refineries, and industries in petrochemicals, fuels, plastics, lubricants, and oil stimulation. Its process chemicals business treats over one-third of the oil refined by the 20 largest refineries in the world, according to its website “We work with several NGOs working on the ground through our corporate social responsibility programmes. For this initiative, too, we have asked NGOs associated with us to identify 500 families we could support,” said Santosh Jagdhane, head of Dorf Ketal’s CSR programme. Dr Prakash Gaikwad, whose NGO Saprem’s school for cognitively challenged students is supported by Dorf Ketal, said the initiative has already identified more than 100 daily wage workers and migrants in Thane, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar and Raigad, who are struggling for survival. “Dr Prakash Khandge, who heads the folk arts department in Mumbai University, also told us that the corona lockdown has hit hard Maharashtra folk artistes perform at weddings and yatras, which are organised during the summer months. So, we have decided to include them in this initiative,” said Dr Gaikwad. The initiative will help four Waghya-Murali artistes, votaries of Lord Khandoba, and 16 tamasha artistes. RELATED NEWSTamil Nadu: 2 more succumb to COVID-19 infection taking death toll in...Apr 05, 202045-year-old from Bhavnagar succumbs to COVID-19 infection, state deat...Mar 30, 2020Rana Kapoor fears COVID-19 infection in jail, seeks bailMar 27, 2020 Zomato employee destroys his motorcycle after this happens!Deepsy SiteDell Precision Workstations - For performance & productivityDell IndiaSingle mother can’t arrange Rs 6 lakh to save her daughter.KETTOIndian man pushes his birthday BMW into river in protest!NeweraBlogYou won’t believe how this Mumbai chai wala changed his lifeGrapeOdd LifeYour car deserves best, accessories and insurance too.Bajaj Allianz D’mart cashier quit his job in the best 'possible' way!Dailyblog BestShocked to know, It's raining money.Career TimesPoonam Saxena makes Rs.8500/day from home!Career TimesHow I make Rs.8500/day from home!Career TimesCoronavirus & Capital Markets - Where should you invest now?Prime InvestorMProfit | A complete portfolio tracker for your investmentsMProfit
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2020-04-01Migrants quarantined in Nashik: ‘Aim was to reach home… or die trying’ - The Indian Express
Migrants quarantined in Nashik: ‘Aim was to reach home... or die trying’ Migrants quarantined in Nashik: ‘Aim was to reach home… or die trying’ Alarmed at the massive exodus of migrants across India, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs had issued directions to states requesting them to immediately set up relief camps for migrant workers and pilgrims returning to their domicile states. Written by Sagar Rajput | Mumbai | Published: April 1, 2020 11:31:35 am Migrant workers, who were found either walking or heading to their native places in trucks, have been stopped and lodged at two ashrams in Nashik. (Express Photo by Prashant Nadkar) It was last Saturday that 60-year-old Anwar-Ul-Hasan made up his mind that come what may, he was going back to his village in Balrampur in Uttar Pradesh, 1,465 km away from his one room in Ulhasnagar. “My aim was to reach my home in two weeks or die trying,” Hasan said. Thirty-six hours later Hasan found himself forcibly cloistered in a grimy, unventilated classroom along with nearly 300 others like him. This is now Hasan’s home for the next 14 days at least. Hasan was one of the 1,063 migrant workers who had left Mumbai and were headed towards North India to reach their home states when they were apprehended by the Nashik Police and put up in makeshift camps which will be their home till the lockdown gets lifted. Alarmed at the massive exodus of migrants across India, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs had issued directions to states requesting them to immediately set up relief camps for migrant workers and pilgrims returning to their domicile states. States have also been asked to set up such camps along the highways including tented accommodation. According to the directive, the shelters need to keep in view social distancing and other precautionary measures while taking care of the basic needs of the migrants. The state has so far set up at least 1,000 relief camps, including the Sukhdev Ashram in Vilholi where Hasan is housed along with 295 other migrants. These camps can accommodate 2 lakh to 2.5 lakh migrants. Hasan, who has been working as a porter ever since he remembers, is used to living in the rough, but even men like him are complaining about the facilities at the camp. “In the afternoon, they gave us four puris and bhaji. We are manual workers and we can eat anything, but this was so bad that I don’t think that more than 50 people ate it,” Hasan said. Hasan decided to walk till his native place after his employer stopped paying. “Kaam band hone ke kaaran, pagaar nahi mila. Issiliye pichle chaar rooz khana nahi mila. To maine socha ki ab lautna he behtar hai (As everything is shut down in Ulhasnagar, I did not get any work which affected my daily income due to which I could not eat for four days).” While Hasan was walking towards his hometown, he happened to meet two men who also happened to be from Balrampur. They offered him some food and water, which helped him going. He says he was happy when police stopped him at Geware Naka in Nashik and asked him to follow them for food and water. “They told me doctors will examine whether I am infected and if not then they will hand me packets of food and water following which I will be allowed to go.” He says his wife and son are waiting for him. After being put at the Vilholi Asharm, he called his son and informed the family that he would not be able to make it as planned. Unlike Hasan, there were many who found a truck to give them a ride. They described how the driver sought to evade the police nakabandis. “He would stop some distance ahead of the checkpoint, and would tell us to get down and walk through the police barricades. The driver told us that he would clear the nakabandi and wait for them a kilometre ahead. I don’t know how the police came to know even while we were walking that we were passengers in the truck,” said one migrant, who was still coming to terms with his 14-day quarantine. The workers were made to undergo a mandatory medical check-up. After dropping them at Nasik’s Sukhdev Ashram, the Nasik rural police locked the gate from outside. The workers said there was a riot-like situation in the afternoon after the police broke the news that they would be lodged here for the next 14 days. They believe that the police took advantage of their hunger and misled them to the Ashram under the pretext of providing food and water. “We begged to be released as our family members back home are tensed and have been waiting to see us, the police then lathicharged us,” said 18-year-old Sarwan Kumar. Showing his back, he added, “But I was hit on my back and it still hurts.” Once the situation came under control, the police then stamped their hands with ‘home quarantine’ which some of the migrants later managed to wash off. The workers were reminded about ‘social distancing’ when they queued up for food. But the rest of the time, people from the same village or area formed a group and were seen chatting, maintaining little distance between each other. With no fans, the workers opted to sleep on the muddy floor outside the classrooms while some slept on the playground. A long queue of mobiles phones waited to be charged at the single plug point. “Our phones have ran out on battery, we are waiting in queue to charge our phone, so that we can call our family members and inform them that we have been held up at Nashik. They are waiting to hear from us,” said Yadav. Here’s a quick Coronavirus guide from Express Explained to keep you updated: What can cause a COVID-19 patient to relapse after recovery? | COVID-19 lockdown has cleaned up the air, but this may not be good news. Here’s why | Can alternative medicine work against the coronavirus? | A five-minute test for COVID-19 has been readied, India may get it too | How India is building up defence during lockdown | Why only a fraction of those with coronavirus suffer acutely | How do healthcare workers protect themselves from getting infected? | What does it take to set up isolation wards?
2020-04-01Migrants quarantined in Nashik: ‘Aim was to reach home… or die trying’ - Yahoo India News
Migrants quarantined in Nashik: ‘Aim was to reach home… or die trying’Sagar RajputThe Indian Express1 April 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareMigrants quarantined in Nashik: ‘Aim was to reach home... or die trying’MoreMigrant workers, who were found either walking or heading to their native places in trucks, have been stopped and lodged at two ashrams in Nashik. (Express Photo by Prashant Nadkar)It was last Saturday that 60-year-old Anwar-Ul-Hasan made up his mind that come what may, he was going back to his village in Balrampur in Uttar Pradesh, 1,465 km away from his one room in Ulhasnagar.“My aim was to reach my home in two weeks or die trying,” Hasan said. Thirty-six hours later Hasan found himself forcibly cloistered in a grimy, unventilated classroom along with nearly 300 others like him. This is now Hasan’s home for the next 14 days at least.Hasan was one of the 1,063 migrant workers who had left Mumbai and were headed towards North India to reach their home states when they were apprehended by the Nashik Police and put up in makeshift camps which will be their home till the lockdown gets lifted.Alarmed at the massive exodus of migrants across India, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs had issued directions to states requesting them to immediately set up relief camps for migrant workers and pilgrims returning to their domicile states. States have also been asked to set up such camps along the highways including tented accommodation.According to the directive, the shelters need to keep in view social distancing and other precautionary measures while taking care of the basic needs of the migrants. The state has so far set up at least 1,000 relief camps, including the Sukhdev Ashram in Vilholi where Hasan is housed along with 295 other migrants. These camps can accommodate 2 lakh to 2.5 lakh migrants.Hasan, who has been working as a porter ever since he remembers, is used to living in the rough, but even men like him are complaining about the facilities at the camp. “In the afternoon, they gave us four puris and bhaji. We are manual workers and we can eat anything, but this was so bad that I don’t think that more than 50 people ate it,” Hasan said.Hasan decided to walk till his native place after his employer stopped paying. “Kaam band hone ke kaaran, pagaar nahi mila. Issiliye pichle chaar rooz khana nahi mila. To maine socha ki ab lautna he behtar hai (As everything is shut down in Ulhasnagar, I did not get any work which affected my daily income due to which I could not eat for four days).”While Hasan was walking towards his hometown, he happened to meet two men who also happened to be from Balrampur. They offered him some food and water, which helped him going.He says he was happy when police stopped him at Geware Naka in Nashik and asked him to follow them for food and water. “They told me doctors will examine whether I am infected and if not then they will hand me packets of food and water following which I will be allowed to go.”He says his wife and son are waiting for him. After being put at the Vilholi Asharm, he called his son and informed the family that he would not be able to make it as planned. Unlike Hasan, there were many who found a truck to give them a ride. They described how the driver sought to evade the police nakabandis. “He would stop some distance ahead of the checkpoint, and would tell us to get down and walk through the police barricades. The driver told us that he would clear the nakabandi and wait for them a kilometre ahead. I don’t know how the police came to know even while we were walking that we were passengers in the truck,” said one migrant, who was still coming to terms with his 14-day quarantine.The workers were made to undergo a mandatory medical check-up. After dropping them at Nasik’s Sukhdev Ashram, the Nasik rural police locked the gate from outside. The workers said there was a riot-like situation in the afternoon after the police broke the news that they would be lodged here for the next 14 days. They believe that the police took advantage of their hunger and misled them to the Ashram under the pretext of providing food and water.“We begged to be released as our family members back home are tensed and have been waiting to see us, the police then lathicharged us,” said 18-year-old Sarwan Kumar. Showing his back, he added, “But I was hit on my back and it still hurts.”Once the situation came under control, the police then stamped their hands with ‘home quarantine’ which some of the migrants later managed to wash off. The workers were reminded about 'social distancing’ when they queued up for food. But the rest of the time, people from the same village or area formed a group and were seen chatting, maintaining little distance between each other. With no fans, the workers opted to sleep on the muddy floor outside the classrooms while some slept on the playground. A long queue of mobiles phones waited to be charged at the single plug point. “Our phones have ran out on battery, we are waiting in queue to charge our phone, so that we can call our family members and inform them that we have been held up at Nashik. They are waiting to hear from us,” said Yadav.Story continuesHere’s a quick Coronavirus guide from Express Explained to keep you updated: What can cause a COVID-19 patient to relapse after recovery? | COVID-19 lockdown has cleaned up the air, but this may not be good news. 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Nitin Lulla      [ 2012-02-01 ]
Jaise mumbai bahar se khubsoorat hai or Andar se utna hi ganda or worst hai, waise hi ulhasnagar b lookiwise acha hota ja raha hai but uski tarah andar se ganda or khatrnak b ho raha hai..
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I LOVE ULHASNAGER
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kindly control the street dog... in ulhasnagar 1
Lalu      [ 2011-12-25 ]
Please clear the illegal Parkig of 2 lines of Trucks Parked on both sides of road at Vithalwaadi Rly. station raod, near kajal Petrol Pump, Ulhasnagar-3.
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