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2020-05-31COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath reports 35 cases; Ulhasnagar follows with 25 while 12 test positive in Badla - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath reports 35 cases; Ulhasnagar follows with 25 while 12 test positive in BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath reports 35 cases; Ulhasnagar follows with 25 while 12 test positive in BadlapurBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 31, 2020, 21:50 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational image. Photo: Getty ImagesThane: Ulhasnagar reported 25 cases of coronavirus on Sunday, taking the total number of positive cases in the city to 360. As many as 146 people have been cured and discharged while 11 have succumbed to the virus. Six cases of COVID-19 were reported in Ravindra Nagar while five people tested positive in Kurla Camp. Four cases came up in Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar and two each in Samrat Ashok Nagar and Ambedkar Nagar. One person each from Section 35, Sambhaji Chowk, Siddharth Nagar, Subhash Tekdi, Chopra Court and Bhatia Chowk contracted the virus. On the other hand, Badlapur reported 12 fresh cases on Sunday, taking the city's toll to 225. According to the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC), seven people have succumbed to the virus until now while 105 people have completely recovered. Out of the 12, one person each from Datta Chowk and Gaondevi are employed in KBMC itself. Four persons from Shirgaon while two from Manjarli have tested positive for COVID-19. One person each from Shani Nagar, Kharvai, Swami Siddhi Vinayak Tower (Katrap) and Boradpada Road have also tested positive. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw a spike in the number of cases as 35 people tested positive in a single day. So far, 166 people have tested positive in the city. According to the Ambernath Municipal Corporation, three people have died while 50 people have been cured and discharged until now. The rest are undergoing treatment in designated hospitals in and around the city. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesRe-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesOPPO's New Range Of True Wireless Enco HeadphonesIndiatimes Premium Villa Plots. Secure your Future.The SanctuaryMy husband is stuck in Dubai & my only son is dying. Help meKETTOYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsUS college credits from the comfort and safety of your homeScholarlyMProfit | A complete portfolio tracker for your investmentsMProfitSafest & biggest Multibagger stocks by Manish GoyalSafest Multibagger Stocks
2020-05-31Kalyan crosses 1,000 mark in Covid cases - Hindustan Times
2020-05-31Kalyan crosses 1,000 mark in Covid cases - Hindustan Times
2020-05-3018 mourners test corona +ve in Thane - United News of India
18 mourners test corona +ve in ThaneThane, May 30 (UNI) In yet another incident, 18 people in Ulhasnagar town of the district have been tested positive for Coronavirus after they allegedly attended the funeral of a COVID-19 infected patient in violation of Epidemics Act. On May 25, a 40-year-old woman died while being treated at a private hospital in the township. The doctors at the hospital took her swab test on suspicion and the report came positive for COVID-19. When the body was handed over to the relatives fully packed with instructions to perform the last rites without opening the wrapper, the relatives did not heed the instructions and performed the funeral as per customs and traditions.Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsHindutvawadi organizations demand to open all Hindu temples in Maharashtra31 May 2020 | 8:06 AMKolhapur, May 31 (UNI) The Hindutvawadi organizations, such as Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, have demanded that all Hindu temples in the state should be opened to public with immediate effect by implementing social distancing and other regulations of the government.see more..… 31 May 2020 | 3:54 AMMeanwhile, in Nanded district, with a resident of Itwara area in the city testing positive for coronavirus, the tally of infected patients in the district rose to 144.see more..Eight fresh corona cases witnessed in Nashik31 May 2020 | 3:39 AMNashik, May 30 (UNI) Eight more people were tested positive for coronavirus in Nashik on Saturday, taking the overall number of infeected cases in the district to 1.172.see more..250-bed Covid-19 hospital underway in Aurangabad31 May 2020 | 2:23 AMAurangabad, Maharadhtra, May 30 (UNI) Maharashtra Industry and District Guardian Minister Subhash Desai on Saturday said that a 250-bed hospital for Covid-19 patients is being set up at Meltron's building in city by MIDC.see more..Covid-19 warrior dies on retirement day in Thane31 May 2020 | 1:46 AMThane, May 30 (UNI) A Covid-19 warrior of the Thane Municipal Corporation, who was himself tested positive, died here on Saturday on the day of his retirement, the civic sources said.see more.. UNI PhotoPATNA, MAY 30 (UNI):- Workers try to clean up an uprooted tree from street near High Court after heavy storm and rain, in Patna on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N31UPATNA, MAY 30 (UNI):- Vehicles wading through water logged street after heavy rain, in Patna on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N30UVIJAYAWADA, MAY 30 (UNI):- Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, launching 10,641 YSR Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBK) through Online at CM Camp Office in Tadepalli on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N29UVIJAYAWADA, MAY 30 (UNI):- Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, launching a Integrated Call Centre, 155251 were farmers can obtain suggestions and advice for the cultivation of crops, at CM Camp Office in Tadepalli on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N28UVIJAYAWADA, MAY 30 (UNI):- Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, launching a Comprehensive Monitoring of Agriculture Price and Procurement (CMAPP) at CM Camp Office in Tadepalli on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N27UVIJAYAWADA, MAY 30 (UNI):- Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and others releasing a book ‘Discover Andhra Pradesh a Land of Opportunity’ along with MLA Roja and other Senior Officials at CM Camp Office in Tadepalli on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N26UVIJAYAWADA, MAY 30 (UNI):- Farmers presenting memento to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy during launching 10,641 YSR Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBK) through Online at CM Camp Office in Tadepalli on Sturaday. UNI PHOTO-N25UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MAY 30 (UNI):- The body of a man hailing from Telengana has been buried with COVID protocol at Vallakadavu mosque in Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N24UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MAY 30 (UNI):- The body of a man hailing from Telengana has been buried with COVID protocol at Vallakadavu mosque in Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N23UMUMBAI, MAY 30 (UNI) - Migrants with family gathered before boarding to return to their native places, during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Mumbai on Saturday at Kurla school ground. UNI PHOTO-N22UMUMBAI, MAY 30 (UNI) - Migrants with family gathered before boarding to return to their native places, during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Mumbai on Saturday at Kurla school ground. UNI PHOTO-N21UMUMBAI, MAY 30 (UNI) - Migrants with family gathered before boarding to return to their native places, during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Mumbai on Saturday at Kurla school ground. UNI PHOTO-N20UMUMBAI, MAY 30 (UNI) - Migrants with family gathered before boarding to return to their native places, during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Mumbai on Saturday at Kurla school ground. UNI PHOTO-N19UHOJAI, MAY 30 (UNI):- People carrying their belongings on boat to shift a safer place, in Hojai on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-D14UHOJAI, MAY 30 (UNI):- Flood affected people being shifted to safer place, in Hojai on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-D9UHOJAI, MAY 30 (UNI):- Flood affected people being shifted to safer place, in Hojai on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-D8UMUMBAI, MAY 30 (UNI):- Film star Sonu Sood meet with Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai on Saturday. Sood briefed the Governor about his ongoing work to help the migrant people to reach their home during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Mumbai on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-N14UHOJAI, MAY 30 (UNI):- A submerged hut at a flood-affected area, in Hojai on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-D5UHOJAI, MAY 30 (UNI):- A girl in her makeshift shelter near a railway track, in Hojai on Saturday. UNI PHOTO-D4ULUCKNOW, MAY 30 (UNI):- Municipal workers sanitizing the Nazirabad market during lockdown in wake of COVID-19 pandemic in Lucknow on Saturday. 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2020-05-30Coronavirus in Mira-Bhayandar: Five-day old girl among 18 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mira-Bhayandar: Five-day old girl among 18 new COVID-19 cases on SaturdayBy Suresh GolaniBL Soni The statistics related to the deadly Covid-19 pandemic has been a mixed bag of sorts for the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC). 18 more people tested positive on Saturday as the total number of cumulative Covid-19 positive cases ticked up from 631 to 649. While eight out of the 18 new cases are unlinked, the remaining are said to be contacts of those who had earlier tested positive for the virus. Moreover, a five-day old baby girl and a 72-year old senior citizen are amongst those who tested positive on Saturday.On the brighter side, the recovery rate continues to hover well above 62 percent as 405 patients have so far recovered from the virus and have been discharged from designated Covid-19 hospitals, pulling down the number of active cases to 220, till Saturday. However, the case fatality rate (CFR) which is now pegged at 3.5 percent has apparently become a cause of worry for the health authorities. With two more deaths reported on Saturday the total number of casualties has soared to 24. CFR is the percentage of coronavirus deaths to number of patients who tested positive. Notably, twelve out of the 24 casualties have been reported from the twin-city in the last eight days.Concerned over the exorbitant amount of money charged by private hospitals to treat Covid-19 patients, BJP corporator- Dhruvkishor Patil has asked the MBMC chief to appoint a co-ordination panel  to monitor reserved beds and ensure that pricing structure was in accordance to government guidelines. “It has come to notice that private health care providers are charging Rs. 30,000 to Rs.40,000 per day, that means a 14-day treatment of a patient costs between Rs. 4.20 lakh to Rs.5.60 lakh. How can people afford this.” questioned Patil. The state health department has put a cap on charges private hospitals can levy on patients.According to official information on Covid-19 tests, the MBMC had conducted 2,799 swab tests till Saturday.  Among these, 1,904 persons tested negative, 649 persons tested positive even as reports of 246 persons were still awaited from the designated laboratories.Also ReadCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Jain sadhus and sadhvis to practice their rituals amid lockdown (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)Mira-BhayandarCoronavirusCOVID-19 casesRecent StoriesReliance Jio Convention Centre to be converted into Corona Care Center: Maha govtHistory in the making: Elon Musk's SpaceX propels two NASA astronauts into orbit, see picsNational Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority 'hopeful' that manufacturers reduce rates of N95 masks by 47% Let us go home or let us die: Migrant workers' desperate plea to state and central governments Coronavirus in Mumbai: Mother writes to CM Uddhav Thackeray pleading to get son stranded in Qatar back home 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
2020-05-30COVID-19 Tracker: Maharashtra records 2682 fresh cases, 116 deaths on Saturday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Maharashtra records 2682 fresh cases, 116 deaths on SaturdayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Maharashtra records 2682 fresh cases, 116 deaths on SaturdayMirror Online | Updated: May 30, 2020, 13:05 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeSharePhoto by Satish Malavadi/MMCLWith each passing day, Maharashtra is witnessing a rise in the coronavirus cases. As per reports in the State Health Department, the state recorded 2682 new positive cases on Saturday, thus taking the total tally to 62,228. 116 new deaths also have been reported, thus taking the total death toll in the state to 2098. The mortality rate is recorded at 3.37 per cent in Maharashtra. While Mumbai Municipal Corporation (MMC) recorded 1447 new cases and claimed 38 lives, 40 new cases erupted in Thane and one person succumbed to the infection on Saturday. On the other hand, Thane Municipal Corporation stated that the area has 183 new cases and no new deaths as on Saturday. Read Also:Coronavirus latest LIVE Updates:Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) recorded 71 new cases and nine deaths on Saturday, thus taking the total positive cases to 1191. Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation recorded 62 new cases and one death. Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation recorded 26 fresh COVID-19 cases while no deaths were reported from the area on Saturday. On the other hand, Bhivandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation reported three deaths and one new case. Meanwhile, one new case and zero deaths were reported from Nashik. Nashik Municipal Corporation reported 16 fresh cases and three deaths on Saturday. Pune, on the other hand, reported 14 new cases and one death on Sunday. The Pune Municipal Corporation reported 14 fresh COVID-19 cases and 10 people succumbed to the virus. On the other hand, Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation reported 42 new cases while two more lives lost on Saturday. With 7964 new cases recorded in India on Saturday, the total number of cases is at 173763. The COVID-19 virus has already claimed 4971 lives across the nation. Untitled Carousel WITH JUST 294 CASES, DADAR SURPRISES ALLPeople strictly following containment zone rules and shopkeepers refusing to open even after being allowed to operate help the densely crowded area keep its number low RELATED NEWSMaharashtra: 72 per cent of active COVID-19 cases are asymptomaticMay 20, 2020Maharashtra sees massive spike in COVID-19 casesMay 18, 2020933 COVID-19 cases reported in Mumbai today; Maharashtra's total coun...May 15, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesRe-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day Posts I can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTOUS college credits from the comfort and safety of your homeScholarlyInsure, renew policies online - Bajaj Allianz Website & AppBajaj AllianzMProfit | A complete portfolio tracker for your investmentsMProfitSafest & biggest Multibagger stocks by Manish GoyalSafest Multibagger StocksAmerican Lottery Known for ₹10,000 Crores Jackpot Comes to IndiaLotto Smile
2020-05-30Relatives violate Covid-19 funeral protocol in Ulhasnagar, 18 test positive - Hindustan Times
2020-05-30Maharashtra Containment Zones Full List: Mumbai, Pune, Thane list here as lockdown extended till 30 June - Times Now
Maharashtra Containment Zones Full List: Mumbai, Pune, Thane list here as lockdown extended till 30 June India Kirti Pandey Updated May 30, 2020 | 21:39 IST As India braces itself for Lockdown 5.0 in the fight against coronavirus pandemic, the Centre has signalled relaxation of norms in a phased manner outside containment zones. What are the restricted Red areas? Containment Zones will be demarcated  The Union Home Secretary has issued an order today (Saturday, 30 May 2020 to extend the lockdown in Containment Xones upto 30.06.2020, and to re-open prohibited activities in a phased manner in areas outside Containment Zones. Containment Zones will be demarcated by the District authorities after taking into consideration the guidelines of MoHFW. In the Containment Zones, only essential activities will be allowed. There shall be strict perimeter control to ensure that there is no movement in or out of these zones, except for medical emergencies, and for maintaining supply of essential goods and services.  In the Containment Zones, there shall be intensive contact tracing, house-to-house surveillance, and other clinical interventions, as required. Here is a list of Maharashtra's Containment Zones. Mumbai has 669 such areas. It is pertinent to remember that the zones will be redrawn from time to time by the civic authorities. This list was last-drawn on 26 May 2020. MUMBAI: 669 CONTAINMENT ZONES AS PER BMC - COMPLETE LIST HERE Ward A--Churchgate, Colaba, and Navy Nagar A 400001 M.R.A. Police Quarters,M.R.A. Road,Fort A 400001 M.R.A. Bmc Colony,M.R.A. Road,Fort A 400001 Sabusiddique Chawl No.1,Sabusiddiqe Road,Fort A 400005 Sunder Nagari,Azad Nagari, Darya Nagar,Lala Nigam Road, Near Colaba Market,Sunder Nagar,Colaba A 400005 Machchimar Nagar,Capt. Prakash Pethe Marg,Colaba A 400005 Ganeshmurti Nagar Part No.1,2,3,Captain Prakash Pethe Marg,Ganeshmurthi Nagar,Colaba A 400005 Shivshakti Nagar, Garib Janata Nagar, Mahatma Phule Nagar,Capt. Prakash Pethe Marg,Colaba A 400005 Ambedkar Nagar,Capt. Prakash Pethe Marg,Colaba A 400005 Geeta Nagar,Dr Homi Bhabha Road,Near Navy Nagar,Colaba A 400020 Bell Heaven Building Servant Quarters,Near Bombay Hospital,New Marine Lines Ward B--Ward B - Masjid Bunder, Mohd. Ali Road, Dongri and Bhendi Bazar B 400003 Patra Chawl,Tambaku Galli,Near Mbpt Quarters,Masjid Bunder B 400003 Cement Chawl No. 1,Madhavrao Rokade Road,Masjid Bunder Railway Station,Mandvi B 400003 Chatal Chawl,Sant Tukaram Road,Ahmadabad Street,Masjid Bunder B 400003 Hutment,1St Clive Road,Near Ashok Hotel,Masjid Bunder B 400009 Chinchbunder Bit Chawl No.1,Dr. Meisheri Road,Chawl - 4,Dongri B 400009 Hutment,Pimpleshwar Mahadev Mandir,Hut - 3,Dana Bunder B 400009 Lal Chawl,Laxman Narayan Jadhav Marg,Jail Road (North),Dongri B 400009 Chinchbunder Bit Chawl No.7,Navroji Hill Road 12A,Sandhurst Road Railway Station,Dongri B 400009 Chinchbunder Bit Chawl No. 3,Dr. Meisheri Road,Sandhurst Road,Dongri B 400009 Hutment,Nandlal Jani Marg,Opp Indoretrans Port,Dana Bunder Ward C - Pydhonie and Bhuleshwar C 400002 Fitwala Bldg, Glasswala Bldg,Sayyed Manzil,Gajdhar Bldg Jamnadas Bldg,Appa Bldg, (6 Chawls In Chimna Butcher Street),Chimna Butcher Street C 400002 (2 Chawls In Zaveri Bazar Area),Zaveri Bazar C 400002 Yunus Bldg,S Gaikwad Marg,Dhobi Talao C 400003 Keshav Nursing Building, Bori Chwal,Shriji Bhavan,Madan House,Pancholi House,Subhadra Bldg,Jadhavji Kara Co-Operative Hsg Scty,Mahadev Shankar,Shivkrupa Society,Ajanta Guest House Building,Chunawala Bldg,Yashwant Chawl, Halai Niwas(13 Chawls In Chirabazar Area),Mahadev Shankar Seth Lane,Chira Bazar C 400003 Dhobi Bldg,Vyas Bldg,Tulsidas Jethalal Bldg,Somji Bldg,Mataka Building,Mukund Bhavan, Ganesh Bhuvan,School Bldg,Black Stone Bldg (10 Chawls In 3Rd Kumbharwada Area),3Rd Kumbharwada C 400003 Sighriya Bldg,Karnataka Mahal (4 Chawls In Thakurdwar Area),Ganesh Baug,Thakurdwar C 400003 Jamundas Bldg (2Chawls In 2 Taki Area),2 Taki C 400003 3 Chawl In 4Th Kumbharwada Area,4Th Kumbharwada C 400003 Rangwala Bldg,Ahmedi Bldg, Bori House, Kharwa Bldg, Manimahal Bldg,Ahmadi Bldg, Kachi House,Balkrishna Niwas,Gokarana Mansion,Farida House,Mulji Thakkar (11 Chawls In C P Tank Area),Islampura Street,Cp Tank C 400003 Jai Hind Estate,Anuj Bhavan,Panchayatwadi Bldg,Saraswari Niwas, Kalyan Bldg (8 Chawls In Bhuleshwar Area),Panchayatwadi,Bhuleshwar C 400003 Haji Kasam Bldg, Vishwavera Bldg, Tayyabi Bldg, Laxmi Bldg, Kesurwala Bldg,Yashmangal Bldg,Navsari Bldg,Kapibai Bldg(11 Chawls In 2Nd Kumbharwada Area,2Nd Kumbharwada C 400003 Dr Bldg, L.K.Bldg, (2 Chawls In 5Th Kumbharwada Area),5Th Kumbharwada,5Th Kumbharwada C 400003 Chandramahal,Nagu Kamathi Chawl,Manaji Bldg,Jamnabai Bldg,Masjid Building,Lokhandwala Bldg,Kokalekar Building(7 Chawls In 1St Kumbharwada),Bhandari Street,1St Kumbharwada C 400003 Gardi Bldg,Bhendi Bazar C 400003 3Rd Floor, Hemrajwadi B,Jss Road,Thakurdwar C 400004 Mahavir Mansion,Dwarkadas Mansion,Kanchwala Bldg,Patrawala Bldg,Tayyabi Manzil,Hasham Mansion,Taufa Bldg,Aba Bldg (15 Chawls In Null Bazar Area),Gulalwadi,Null Bazar Ward D - Grant Road, Walkeshwar, Malabar Hill, Breach Candy to Haji Ali D 400004 Kalyan Bldg,Sadashiv Cross Lane,Kandawadi,Girgaon D 400004 Kishor Bhavan,Vp Road,Girgaon D 400004 44/62 Lad Niwas,Cp Tank,Girgaon D 400004 21/23 Laxmi Niwas,2Nd Parsi Wada,Girgaon D 400004 Khanderao Bldg,Vp Road,Khetwadi,Girgaon D 400004 Twasta Kashal Chawl,Cp Tank Road,Nr Narayanwadi,Girgaon D 400004 Rangari Chawl,Kolsa Galli,Grant Road D 400004 Knaibai Chawl,Khadilkar Road,Cp Tank,Mumbai D 400006 Mata Parvati Nagar Rashivashi Sangh,Dr B.I Rd,Walkeshwar,Nepeansea Rd D 400006 Darya Sagar Zopadapatti,Bd Road,Mahalakshmi D 400006 Rameshwar Temple,Opp Banganga Lane,Walkeshwar D 400007 Dattatray Bldg,Tukaram Javji Road,Grant Road (W) D 400007 Sir Jj Bldg,Parsee Chikalwadi,Grant Road D 400007 Bmc Chawl,P G Solanki Marg,Jubilee Baug,Grant Road D 400008 Delhi Darbar Hotel,Pb Marg,Mumbai D 400008 Bit Chawl No 16/15/15,Belasis Road,Mumbai Central D 400008 150, Muncipal Chawl,Opp Bilal Masjid,Shuklaji Street,Mumbai D 400008 23/24, Ganjawala Bldg,Above Bharat Cafe,Pb Marg,Mumbai D 400026 Asha Nagar Zopadapatti,Nepeansea Rd,Opp Priyadarshani Park,Nepeansea Rd D 400026 Ramdas Bhansali Chawl,Bhulabhai Desai Road,Bhulabhai Desai Road D 400034 Gunwant Chandulal Chawl,Tulsiwadi,Tardeo D 400034 Bldg No 1, Rehmatbhai Bldg,Sane Guruji Marg,Tardeo D 400036 Cawasji Bhedwar (Dhobighat ) Chawl,Forjett Street,Grant Road (W) D 400036 Shimla Nagar Zopadapatti,Nepeansea Road,Nepeansea Road D 400036 Jayprakash Nagar,Nepean Sea Road Ward E - Byculla, Madanpura, Agripada, Nagpada, Dockyard Road, Reay Road, Chinchpokli E 400008 Haji Kasam Chawl,Siddharth Nagar,Tambuwadi Chawl,Bbabu Kapadia Chawl,Shanak Pupala Marg,Duncan Road,Khandia Street,Byculla,Nagpada E 400008 Bit Chawl No.2, Kasam Hati Chawl,Chandramani Buddha Vihar,New Lambi Chawl,Vidyut Locoshed,Bmc Chawl, Suchak Building,1St,9Th,4Thand 7Th Lane,Kamathipura,Amin Patel Office,Byculla E 400008 Bit Chawl No.2 &3,Wadi Bunder,Love Lane,Jm Rathod Marg,Mazgaon,Byculla E 400008 Nayee Chawl,Aksa Manzil,Noorani Chawl,Adam Siddhiqui Chawl,Chasma Vali Chawl,Mestry Ki Chawl,3Rd Gelabai Lane,Ma Road, Sakali Street,Ghosht Bajar,Badlu Rangari Street,Meghraj Sethi Marg,Meghraj City Zopadpati, 2Nd Gelabai Madanpura,Mazgaon,Byculla E 400010 Tulsiwadi Chawl,Kawla Bunder Darukhana, Dr Sanjay Dalvi Clinic,Abu Bukar Chawl Shanti Nagar,Sunni Kabrastan,Lakdi Bunder,Kasara Bunder,Bori Chawl,Amina Mandir,Ambevadi Beithi Chawl,Central Railway Chawl No.6,Kalsekar Chawl,Bansilal Panelal Chawl,Dogarbaba Zopadpatti,Gun Powder Road,Reay Road,New Tank Bunder Road,Sant Savata Marg,Matarpakadi Road, Hussain Patel Marg, D'Lima Street,Darukhana,Marriamma Mandir,Reay Road E 400010 Bit Chawl,St. Merry Road,Bit Chawl,Mazgaon E 400011 Transit Camp, Suryaji Compound,Patra Chawl,Bmc Chawl Milind Nagar,Tank Pakadi Road,Transit Camp, Lucky Compound, Khatau Mill, Opp. Shamim Palace,Mominpura E 400011 Bit Chawl,Kikabai Chawl,Mg Marg,Rb Chandorkar Marg,Bit Chawl,Agripada E 400011 Lambi Cement Chawl,Bit Talwadi Chawl,Bj Marg, Saint Merry Road,Kamathipura,Byculla E 400011 Hawabai Chawl,Pansare Chawl,Pani Kahte Chawl 564,Vasudev Vinayak Chawl,N. M. Joshi Marg,Arthur Road Naka,Chinchpokli E 400011 Vithal Sadan Maruti Gully,N.M Joshi Marg,Byculla E 400011 56J Rasuljiva Compound,Modern Mill Zopdi,Kk Road 7Th Rasta, Sane Guruji Marg,Jacob Circle,Byculla E 400012 Shivshakti Building,Telli Gully,Chinchpokli,Chinchpokli E 400027 Ram Nagar, Nasmi House,Dr. Ba Road,6Th Chamber Lane,Byculla,Byculla E 400027 New Irani Chawl,Shinde Chawl,Abdul Rauf Manzil,Desai Chawl,R.B. Marg,Kapreshwar Mandir,Byculla E 400027 Khan Building,Warden Chawl,Haji Allana Compound,S S Marg,Mustafa Bazar,Byculla E 400033 Sanas Patra Shed,Dr. B. A. Road,Kalachowky,Kalachowky E 400033 Kandi Karkhana,Abhinandan Nivas No.4,R B Marg,Ghodapdeo,Ghodapdeo Ward F North - Matunga, Sion, Wadala, and Hindu Colony FN 400022 Mahatma Gandhi Slum,Sion Chunabhatti FN 400022 Panchashil,Sion FN 400022 Punjabi Colony,Gtb Nagar,Sion FN 400022 Sanjay Gandhi Nagar,Sion FN 400022 Santoshi Mata Nagar,Sion FN 400022 Sunder Kamla Nagar,Sion FN 400031 Wadala Village,Wadala West FN 400037 Acharya Atre Nagar,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Agrawal Wadi,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Salt Pan Road,Bhaiyyasaheb Nagar,Wadala East FN 400037 Bhartiya Kamla Nagar,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Bpt Gate No 4,Wadala East FN 400037 Indira Nagar,Sion Koliwada FN 400037 Kismat Nagar,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Kokri Agar,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Korba Mithagar,Wadala East FN 400037 Madona Colony,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Mahatma Gandhi Nagar,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Mhada Building Chawl,Sion Koliwada FN 400037 Sangam Nagar,Antop Hill Wadala FN 400037 Sardar Nagar,Sion Koliwada FN 400037 Shanti Nagar,Antop Hill Wadala Ward F south - Parel FS 400012 Shivlal Patra Chawl,St. Xavier Street, Bhoiwada,Shivlal Patra Chawl,Parel FS 400012 Kondhaji Chawl,V L Pednekar Marg,Kondhaji Chawl,Parel FS 400012 Ramdoot Chawl,Sane Guruji Marg,Ramdoot Chawl,Chinchpokli FS 400012 Vikrant Sadan,Sane Guruji Marg,Vikrant Sadan,Chinchpokli FS 400012 Gurukrupa Chawl,E Borges Road,Gurukrupa Chawl,Parel FS 400014 Transit Camp,Bhoiwada,Shankar Tanaji Ghadi Marg,Transit Camp,Bhoiwada,Bhoiwada FS 400014 Spring Mill,Gd Ambekar Marg,Spring Mill,Dadar FS 400014 Vayangankar Chawl,S S Wagh Road,Vayangankar Chawl,Dadar FS 400014 Kohinoor Mill Chawl,M.J. Phule Road,Kohinoor Mill Chawl,Dadar FS 400014 Naigaon Police Quarters,Naigaon Cross Road,Naigaon Police Quarters,Dadar FS 400014 Dulaba Prasad Chawl,S M Jadhav Marg,Dulaba Prasad Chawl,Dadar FS 400014 Ahmed Sellor Compound,B J Devrukhkar Road,Ahmed Sellor Compound,Dadar FS 400014 Gautam Nagar,Dadasaheb Phalke Road,Gautam Nagar,Dadar FS 400015 Prabudhnagar Slum,Jerbai Wadia Road,Prabudhnagar Slum,Sewree FS 400015 Sewree Koliwada,Sewree Fort Road,Sewree Koliwada,Sewree FS 400015 Krantinagar Chawl,T J Road,Sewree FS 400015 Gopal Baug Slum,T J Road,Gopal Baug Slum,Sewree FS 400015 Ganesh Baug Slum,T J Road,Ganesh Baug Slum,Sewree FS 400015 A M Jetha Chawl FS 400033 Sewree Cross Road Slum,Sewree Cross Road,Sewree Cross Road Slum,Sewree Ward G North - Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar GN 400017 Shakti Chawl, Nityanand Chawl,Khamba Devi, Madina Chawl, Sanjay Chawl, Dambar Copmound, Ganesh Rahiwasi Sangh,Khambadevi Road Veer Lahuji Ustad Chawl,Sion Bandra Link Road,Mukund Nagar,Dharavi GN 400017 Kumbharwada, Suthar Chawl, Laxmi Chawl, Shahid Bhagat Shigh Nagar,Gangadhar Chawl, Shubhash Nagar, Valmiki Nagar,90 Feet Road,Kumbharwada,Dharavi GN 400017 Kuchikurve Nagar, Uday Building, Nabi Nagar, Indra Nagar, Kutti Wadi, Anna Nagar, Sheth Wadi, Muslim Nagar, Shammi Nagar, Akg Nagar, Nawab Nagar, Madina Nagar,60 Feet Road,Kunchikurve Nagar,Dharavi GN 400017 Transist Camp, Rajiv Gandhi, Vijay Nagar, Dharavi Police Station, Dhobi Ghat, Social Nagar,90 Feet Road,Dharavi Transist Camp,Dharavi GN 400017 Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Pila Bunglow, Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex,Rajiv Gandhi Nagar,Dharavi GN 400017 Matunga Labour Camp, Kamla Nehru Nagar,Matunga Labour Camp,Dharavi GN 400017 Azad Nagar, New Kamla Nagar, Old Kamla Nagar, Lala Compound,60 Feet Road & Jasmin Mill Road,Jasmin Mill Road,Dharavi GN 400017 Kala Killa, Sagram Nagar, Sangam Gully, St. Rohidas Marg, Parsi Chawl, Ashok Mill Compound, Naik Nagar,Shatabdi Nagar, Thevar Nagar, Sion Bandra Link Road, Kalyanwadi,Kala Killa,Dharavi GN 400017 Chamada Bazar,Dhorwada,Bagicha Compound,Bhartiya Chawl,Rajiv Gandhi Chawl,Maharana Pratap Nagar,Zakhir Hussain Chawl, Latur Galli,Chamada Bazar,Dharavi GN 400017 Shastri Nagar,Indira Qureshi Nagar,Ganesh Chawl, Ujala Chawl, Laxmi Chawl,Shashtri Nagar,Dharavi GN 400028 Kasarwadi Municipal Chawl,Kasarwadi,Dadar West Ward G South- Worli and Prabhadevi GS 400011 Satrasta Dhobhighat,Dr. E. Moses Road,Mahalaxmi GS 400011 New Modern Mill Zopadpatti,K.K. Marg,New Sirine Lane,Mahalaxmi GS 400013 Bdd N.M Joshi Marg,J.R Boricha Marg,Lower Parel GS 400013 Kamgar Nagar,N.M. Joshi Marg,Lower Parel GS 400018 Worli Bdd Chawl,G.M Bhosale Marg,Worli GS 400018 V.P Nagar,Dr.Annie Besant Road,Worli GS 400018 Siddharath Nagar,Dr. Annie Besant Road,Worli GS 400018 Prem Nagar,B.G Kher Marg,Worli GS 400018 Mariamma Nagar,Dr. Annie Besant Road,Worli GS 400018 Motillal Nehru Nagar, Markandeshwar Nagar & Madraswadi,Dr. A. B Road,Madraswadi,Worli GS 400018 Bharat Nagar,Dainik Shivner Marg,Lady Ratan Complex,Worli GS 400018 Mahatma Phule Nagar,A.G Khan,Worli GS 400030 Worli Koliwada, And Janata Colony,Golphadevi Road & Hatiskar Marg,Worli Koliwada,Worli Ward H East - Bandra East, Khar East and Santacruz East HE 400051 Amrut Nagar, Government Colony, Razak Chawl,Bhinde Shop, Murlidhar Chawl, Shanti Bhavan Chs,Amrut Nagar,Kherwadi,Bandra (E) HE 400051 Seva Sangh, Shyam Sundar Chawl,Sidhartha Nagar, Vijay Nagar,Bandra (E) HE 400051 Hinga Galli, Madina Building, Ahmed Zakeria Nagar, Hajiki Chawl, Malan Galli, Enabuy Galli, Kolsewadi Galli, Haji Suleman Chawl, Lakdawaala Galli,Beharampada,Bandra (E) HE 400051 Basera Society, Pathar Nagar, Islampura,Hardeva Chadaliya,Bharat Nagar, Valmiki Nagar,Bandra (E) HE 400051 Jai Ma Sharada Rahivasi Sevak,Dnyaneshwar Nagar,Bandra (E) HE 400055 Gajanan Rahivasi Sangh,Mahakali Shivshankar,Sai Kreeda Mandal,Kamlakar Patil Chwal,Agripada,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Mosambi Tabela,Murgaon Chawl, Lasun Vali Church,Milind Nagar,Shubrmaniyam Nagar, Anushakti Chawl,Gaondevi- D'Mello Compound,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Gate No 1,Shri Ram Chawl Comette,Baburao Gupta Chawl,Gate No 2,Lok Seva Mitra Mandal,Gaiwala Chawl,Buddhavihar Chawl,Sonawane Chawl, Gupta Chawl,Hanuman Tekdi,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Doctor Chawl,Adarsh Lane,Dawari Nagar,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Milan Chawl,Abdul Rasul Tailor Chawl,Gomes Chawl,Sambhaji Seva Mandal,Gurubaksha Punjabi Chawl,Sanjivani Society,Nanku Singh Chawl,Manohar Compound,Ram Raj Sharma Chawl,Pragati Chawl,Bori Chawl,Rambahdur Yadav Chawl,Ram Shankar Chawl,Golibar,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Sanmitra Mandal,New Sahkar, Prerna Mandal, New Chawl,Lokmanya Tilak Nagar,Amar Hindi Mandal, Vijay Nagar, Seva Sangh,Patel Nagar, Maratha Colony, Indra Nagar,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Dayaram Chawl, Jai Bharat Chawl,Jayhind Nagar, Deepakwadi,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Mk Patel Nagar, Yunus Miyan Chawl,Navpada,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Parvez Chawl, Ghadiyal Chawl, Shri Ram Tailor Chawl,Shastri Nagar, Kunchikurve Nagar,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Jamlipada,Old Cst Road,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Yogiraj Ashram,Yashwant Nagar, Kadamwadi,Santacruz (E) HE 400055 Subhash Nagar, Ahinsa Nagar,Santacruz (E) Ward H West - Bandra West, Khar West, Santacruz West HW 400050 Slaughter House Compound,Maharashtra Road,Slaughter House Compound,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Madamwadi Chawl,Madhavrao Sawant Road,Madamwadi Chawl,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Nargis Dutt Nagar,K C Marg,Nargis Dutt Nagar,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Rajiv Nagar,Bazar Road,Rajiv Nagar,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Marwadi Chawl,Bazar Road,Marwadi Chawl,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Gonsalves Wadi,Bazar Road,Gonsalves Wadi,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Shripat Singh Chawl,Kadeshwari Mandir Road,Shripat Singh Chawl,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Behind Navpada Masjid,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Pandit Din Dayal Chawl,St John Baptist Road,Pandit Din Dayal Chawl,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Mahikbhia Chawl,Kadeshwari Mandir Marg Bandra W,Mahikbhia Chawl,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Jadhav Chawl,Sr. Peter Dias Road,Jadhav Chawl,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Thakarsi Amarsai Chawal,Bazar Road,Thakarsi Amarsai Chawal,Bandra (West) HW 400050 New Kant Wadi,Peri Cross Road,New Kant Wadi,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Sagar Villa,Near Chimbai Pumping Station,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Behind Misquitta Building, Waroda Road, Waroda Road,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Chinchwadi,29Th And Waterfield Road Junction,Chinchwadi,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Rahul Nagar No-1, K C Marg,Rahul Nagar,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Rathod Chawl,Rebello Road,Bandra (West) HW 400050 Kashiram Kolte Chawl,Mount Mary Steps,Bandra (West) HW 400052 Khar Danda,Ram Mandir Road,Khar Danda,Khar (West) HW 400052 Janabai Ghadge Chawl, Mohite Chawl, Gamre Chawl,Marchande Chawl,Dr Ambedkar Road,Janabai Ghadge Chawl, Mohite Chawl,Gamre Chawl,Marchande Chawl,Khar (W) HW 400052 Kakubhayya Chawl,Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Road,Kakubhayya Chawl,Khar (W) HW 400052 Chuim Village,Ambedkar Road,Chuim Village,Khar (W) HW 400054 Gazdharbandh,S B Patil Marg,Gazdharbandh,Santacruz (West) HW 400054 Piraji Shinde Chawl, Fatima Chawl,Kamble Chawl,Sv Road,Khotwadi,Santacruz (West) HW 400054 Murugan Chawl,15Th Road,Murugan Chawl,Santacruz (West) HW 400054 Kacharnath Chawl,North Avenue,Kacharnath Chawl,Santacruz (West) HW 400054 Navjivan Rahivashi Sangh,Linking Road,Near Hindu Cementary,Santacruz (West) Ward K East - Andheri East, Jogeshwari East, and Vile Parle East KE 400047 Mograpada,Mograpada,Natwar Nagar, Jogeshwari East KE 400047 Marol Pipeline,The Great Indira Nagar,Andheri East KE 400047 Marol Pipeline,Lelewadi,Andheri East KE 400047 Marol Pipeline,Sai Nagar,Andheri East KE 400057 Mahatma Kabir Nagar,Sahar Road,Kabir Nagar,Chakala, Vile Parle East KE 400057 Shastri Nagar,Vile Parle East KE 400057 Ambedkar Nagar,Vile Parle East KE 400057 Samrat Ashok Nagar,Vile Parle East KE 400057 Ambewadi,Vile Parle East KE 400059 Hanuman Nagar, Pump House,Hanuman Nagar, Pump House,Andheri East KE 400059 Janta Seva Sangh KE 400059 Sariput Nagar,Andheri East KE 400059 Great Indira Nagar,Andheri East KE 400059 Sagbag,Andheri East KE 400059 Marol Pipeline North,Andheri East KE 400059 Bhandarwada Mapkhan,Andheri East KE 400060 Prem Nagar,Jogeshwari East KE 400060 Meghwadi,Jogeshwari East KE 400060 Andheri Plot,Jogeshwari East KE 400060 Harinagar,Jogeshwari East KE 400060 Gandhinagar,Jogeshwari East KE 400069 Ambewadi,R K Singh Marg,Ambewadi,Andheri East KE 400093 Sai Darshan, Utkarsh Chs,Midc Central Road,Sunder Nagar,Andheri East KE 400093 Andheri Chaya Building,Andheri East KE 400093 Saraswati Chawl, Goni Nagar,Andheri East KE 400099 Parsiwada+Kajuwadi,Parsiwada+Kajuwadi,Chakala, Andheri East KE 400099 Bamanwada,Bamanwada,Andheri East KE 400099 Sahargaon,Shanti Nagar,Andheri East KE 400099 Sahargaon,Nehru Nagar,Andheri East KE 400099 Chimatpada,Andheri East KE 400099 Navpada, Andheri East Ward K West - Andheri West, Jogeshwari West, and Vile Parle West KW 400049 Ganesh Gully,Vm Road,Nehru Nagar,Andheri W KW 400049 Juhu Koliwada,Juhu Tara Road,Juhu Koliwada,Santacruz West KW 400049 Mangel Wadi,Juhu Tara Road,Juhu,Santacruz West KW 400049 Ganesh Soc.,K K Ganguli Road,Juhu,Santacruz West KW 400053 Sawant Chawl,Off J.P Road,Dhake Colony,Azad Nagar KW 400053 Achanak Nagar,Veera Desai Road,Jeevan Nagar,Andheriw KW 400053 Kasam Nagar,New Link Road,Luxmi Industries,Andheri West KW 400056 Shastri Nagar,Irla Soc. Road,Ville Parle West,Ville Parle West KW 400058 Mehtab Baba Chawl,Dhangar Wadi,Gilbert Hill,Andheri West KW 400058 Bhima Rathod Chawl,Cama Road,Gaondevi Dongri,Andheri West KW 400058 Junaid Nagar,C D Barfiwala Road,Junaid Nagar,Andheri West KW 400058 Ashok Cottage,Juhu Lane,Juhu Galli,Andheri West KW 400058 Pirubhai Chawl,Ceasar Road,Amboli Naka,Andheri West KW 400058 Indira Nagar No.02,Kanchi Bai Desai Road,Indira Nagar,Vile Parle West KW 400058 Parul Juhu Church,Juhu Road,Juhu Gaonthan,Andheri West KW 400058 Narayan Sanghare Chawl,Matarpada,Andheri West KW 400061 Ramdev Naik Chawl,Yari Road,Versova Village,Andheri West KW 400061 Sagar Kutir Seva Sangh,J . P Road,Sagar Kutir,Andheri W KW 400102 Bmc Colony Sector 2,New Link Road,Anand Nagar,Jogeshwari West KW 400102 Kismat Nagar,New Link Road,Behraum Baug,Jogeshwari West KW 400102 Ram Janak Singh Chawl,Gulshan Nagar,Jogeshwari W KW 400102 Ram Dulhar Chawl,Sahakar Road,Yadav Nagar,Jogeshwari West KW 400102 Ramkarn Chawl,Seva Nagar,Jogeshwari West,Jogeshwari West KW 400102 Namavar Singh Chawl,S.V. Road,Jogeshwari West,Jogeshwari West KW 400102 Nepali Chawl,New Link Road,Vikas Nagar,Jogeshwari West Ward L - Sakinaka, Chandivali, Asalpha, and Kurla L 400024 Navjeevan Rahiwashi Sangh,S.G.Barve Marg,Opp. Kamgar Nagar,Kurla (E) Mumbai L 400024 Fatimabi Shah Mohd Chawl,S.G.Barve Marg,Near Navnihal Committee, Qureshinagar,Kurla East Mumbai L 400024 Nehru Nagar,Opp.Jagruti Nagar,Kurla E L 400024 Dadamiya Usmaan Chawl,Ashok Samrat Road,Near Jamaat Khana, Qureshinagar,Kurla East Mumbai L 400024 Qureshinagar,Ashok Samrat Road,Behind Vivek School,Kurla East, Mumbai L 400024 Alidada Estate,S G Barve Marg,Near Aatachakki, Dhobighat,Kurla East Mumbai L 400024 Gafur Chawl,Kasaiwada,Quareshi Nagar,Kurla Mumbai L 400024 Nanibai Chawl,Chaffe Gali,Chunabhatti L 400024 Parvati Gaikar Chawl,Chunabhatti L 400024 Priyadarshni,Chunabhatti,Chunabhatti L 400024 Swadeshi Mill Chawl,Buddha Vihar,Milind Nagar,Chunabhatti L 400070 Sunder Baug,Sundar Baug Lane,Near Sai Baba Mandir,Kurla West, Mumbai L 400070 Kajupada,Sanjay Nagar,Sunder Baug Lane,In Front Of Bismillah Hotel,Kamani Kurla (W) L 400070 Sanjay Nagar, Noorani Masjid,Sundar Baug Lane,Opp. Ali Hasan Kirana Store,Kurla Kamani L 400070 Tulja Bhavani Society, Singarewadi,Magan Nathuram Road,Bailbazar,Kurla(W) L 400070 Jaguwani Chawl,Masrani Lane,Halav Pool,Kurla West, Mumbai L 400070 Mulla Chawl, Kajupada Pipeline,Gali No 3,Near St Jude School,Kurla L 400070 Bhartiya Nagar, Near Al-Barkaat School,Vidyavihar Station Road,Vb Nagar,Kurla West L 400070 Pujari Chawl, Baudha Parnkuti,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,Kurla L 400070 Habibullah Chawl, Behind Gulshan Hotel,Lbs Road,Kurla L 400070 Sandesh Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Kurla (W) L 400070 Zakinabai Chwal,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,Kurla (W) L 400070 Jai Bhawani Chawl, Kranti Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Gupta Galli,Kurla (W)Mumbai L 400070 Bhagubai Chawl,Kale Marg,Kurla Mumbai L 400070 Wadia Estate,L.B.S.Marg,Near Abhyudaya Bank,Kurla West L 400070 Apna Nagar,Belgrami Road,Infront Of Gol Bldg, Mahajanwadi, Amarnagar,Kurla West Mumbai L 400070 Damodar Pandey Chawl,New Mill Road,Opp. Pandey Store,Kurla West Mumbai L 400070 Gandhi Nagar,Pipe Line,Kajupada L 400070 Nanshi Munshi Chawl Rahivashi Vikas Sangh,New Mill Road,Rahivashi Sangh,Kurla (West) L 400070 Takiya Ward,Saweshwar Mandir Marg,Patange Road,Kurla West L 400070 Near Bacchu Garage,Kurla Andheri Road,Safed Pool,Ashok Nagar L 400070 Hanuman Galli, Battiwala Chawl,S.M Road,Takiya Ward,Kurla W L 400070 Sahajivan Society,Kurla Andheri Road,Near Shingrewadi Vachnalaya,Kurla W L 400070 Shashtri Nagar,Pipeline Road.,Landmark:Near Lukman Paanwala,Kurla W L 400070 Morarji Terrace, Near Chhadwa Nagar,Match Factory Lane,B/3,Kurla W L 400070 Gali No.16,Milind Nagar,Kurla W L 400070 House No.252,Christian Village,Kurla W L 400070 Chawl No.11,Patelwadi,Kurla W L 400070 Guddapa Chawl,Halav Pul,Jai Shankar Chowk,Kurla W L 400070 Sambhaji Chawl,Textile Corporation,Kurla W L 400070 Dipu Thorat Chawl,Sonapur Lane,Bailbazar,In Front Of City Hospital L 400070 S Chawl,Navpada,Varsha Nagar,Kurla W L 400070 Marwadi Chawl,Moreshwar Patankar Marg,Pipe Road,Behind Kurla Nursing Home,Kurla W L 400070 Halav Pul,Behind Ramu Kirana Shop,Jai Shankar Chowk,Kurla W L 400070 Hirakumar Chawl,Cst Road,Kurla W L 400070 Sanagam Chs,Lbs Road,Kajupada,Kurla W L 400070 Din Mohammad Chawl,New Mill Road,Sambhaji Chowk,Kurla W L 400070 Hiraman Gaikwad Chawl,Pipe Road,Buddha Colony,Kurla W L 400070 Badhridham,90 Feet Road,Lbs Nagar L 400070 Ambedkar Nagar,Ambedkar Nagar,Kurla W L 400070 Vadhari Chawl,Near Amar Nagar Health Post L 400070 Krishna Chawl,Takiya Wad,Near Ram Mandir,Kurla W L 400070 Usman Gani Chawl,Takiya Wad,Kurla W L 400070 Kamlabai Chawl, Gauri Shankar Mandir,Masrani Lane,Halav Pul,Kurla W L 400070 Lawreance Chawl,Christian Village,Kurla W L 400070 Chawl No.1,N M Road,Ramdas Chowk L 400070 Hanuman Tekdi,Sambhaji Chowk L 400070 Ghameliwala Chawl,Near Shanti Toliet,Ramdas Chowk L 400070 Shri Krishna Soc.,Sunderbaug,Opp.Nana Nani Park,Kamani L 400070 Samshuddin Chawl,G K Estate,Opp.Kanakiya Zillion,Kurla W L 400070 Buddha Master Compound,Beside Nasheman Hotel,Opp.Orchid International Hotel L 400072 Kajupada, Gandhi Nagar,Pipeline Road,Kajupada, Pipeline,Kurla W L 400072 Khan Cpd, Muslim Society, Indira Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Kurla W L 400072 Ganaya Chawl, Shanti Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Safed Phool, Near Zarimari Metro,Sakinaka L 400072 Konark Society, Jagannath Temple,Marol Military Road,Sakinaka,Kurla West, Sakinaka, Mumbai L 400072 Ekta Chawl, Shastari Nagar,Kurla Andheri Rd,Jarimari,Kurla (West) L 400072 Vijay Mansion, Pareawadi,Gulzar Gulli,Opp Thersa High School,Mohili Village,Mum L 400072 Gosavi Chawl,Sakivihar Road,Tunga Gaon,Powai L 400072 Madrasa Chawl, Rajunagar Yadavnagar,Khairan Road,Hari Masjid,Sakinaka Mumbai L 400072 Nav Yuvak Hsg Soc,Ghas Compound,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,Kurla West L 400072 Dasharath Chawl, Sunderbag,Sunder Baug Lane,Near Santoshi Mata Mandir,Kurla West L 400072 Paras Chawl, Yadav Nagar,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Kurla West L 400072 Panchasheel Chawl,Sunder Baugh Lane,Kamani,Kurla West Mumbai 72 L 400072 Taranhar Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,New Shanti Nagar, Safed Pool,Sakinaka L 400072 Ghass Compound,Kajupada Pipe Line,Ghass Compound,Kurla West Mumbai L 400072 Near Ganesh Maidan,Kajupada Pipe Line Road,Near Ganesh Maidan,Kurla West 72 L 400072 Ganesh Society,90 Feet Road,Tilak Nagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Indira Nagar,Lbs Marg,90 Feet Road,Kurla West, Mumbai L 400072 Ramlal Jadhav Chawl,Gafoor Khan Estate,Kurla West, Mumbai L 400072 Rajiv Nagar, Mohili Village,Pipeline Road,Noorani Masjid Khadi No.3 Near Jafer Compound,Sakinaka L 400072 Ram Niwas Chawl,Pipeline Road,Mohilli Village, Near Chhajed Hospital,Sakinaka L 400072 Tilak Nagar, Asalfa,90 Feet Road,Saki Naka,Kurla West L 400072 Ashok Nagar, Safed Pul,Kurla Andheri Road,Pipeline,Kurla L 400072 Siddharth Chwal,Kajupada Pipe Line,Kurla West L 400072 Baban Yadav Chawl,Sunder Baugh Lane,Kurla West L 400072 Jhograj Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Kurla West L 400072 Chinna Poshanna Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Near Datt Mandir,Safed Pool,Kurla West L 400072 Ekta Chawl,Kurla Anderi Road,Shashtrinagar,Bail Bazar, Kurla L 400072 Vrundavan Society, Saki Naka,90 Feet Road,Mahatma Phule Nagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Gurudatta Chawl,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,Kurla W L 400072 Superstar Niwas,Pipeline,Kajupada,Kurla W L 400072 Dongre Chawl,Pipeline,Mohili Village,Kurla W L 400072 Jai Bajrang Bali General Store,Bhim Nagar,Laxmi Narayan Mandir Road,Mohili Village,Near Anjali Medical,Ghatkopar W L 400072 Uday Nagar Rahivasi Society,Sakinaka,Kurla W L 400072 Sai Krupa Society,Sawarkar Nagar,Sakinaka,Kurla W L 400072 Murgan Clinic,Ravi Chawl,Pipeline,Kajupada,Kurla W L 400072 Satyakrupa Chawl,Pipeline,Kajupada,Near Shivaji Vidyalaya,Kurla W L 400072 Ashoknagar,Sunderbaug,Near Bhaji Market L 400072 John D Souza Chawl,Sakinaka,Shri Nagar, Behind Chandivali Kamani Oil Mill L 400072 Milan Sadan Chawl,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Near St.Anthony Church L 400072 Ekta Society,Prem Nagar,Near L & T Company Old Mhada Colony,Powai L 400072 Sai Krishna Society,Kajupada Pipeline,Near Gavdevi Mandir,Kurla W L 400072 Veer Savar Nagar,Pedrawadi,Sakinaka,Kurla W L 400072 Vighnaharta Society,90 Feet Road,Lbs Nagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Samata Compound,Safed Pul,Near Shiv Mandir,Sakinaka L 400072 Sitaram Chawl,Safed Pul,Tanaji Nagar,Kurla W L 400072 Baramati Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Shivaji Nagar,Near Hindustan Bank,Kurla W L 400072 Muneer Hasan Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Kurla W L 400072 Shree Saibaba Society,Parerawadi,Ganesh Nagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Bowdkar Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Shivaji Nagar,Kurla W L 400072 Navina Chawl,Khairani Road,Yadav Nagar,Sakinaka,Kurla W L 400072 Madina Chawl,Khairani Road,Shree Nagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Shree Saibaba Society,Parerawadi,Ganesh Nagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Hussan Chawl,Tunga Gaon,Near Dayanand Chawl L 400072 Uday Nagar Rahivasi Society,Sakinaka,Opp.State Bank Of India L 400072 Sangharsh Nagar,Chandivali,Andheri E L 400072 Arunuday Chawl,Tunga Village,Opp.Valmiki Mandir,Chaityawadi,Powai L 400072 Tata Nagar,Tunga Village L 400072 Ram Rahim Compund,Kurla Andheri Road,Shanti Nagar L 400072 L.G. Chawl No.12,Sunderbaug, Kamani L 400072 Shankar Seth Chawl,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Kurla W L 400072 Shivprabha Building,Mohili Village,Shankar Nagar L 400072 Kohinoor Society,Mohili Village,Milind Nagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Sonabai Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Near Ration Shop,Kurla W L 400072 Shri Krishna Chs,Satyanagar,Sakinaka L 400072 Gupta Chawl,Bharat Nagar,Near Ramesh General Store,Chandivali,Near Shiv Dhattani Complex L 400072 Sai Krupa Society,Savarkar Nagar,Savarkar Nagar L 400072 Kailaspuram,Pipeline,Sakinaka,Behind Vishwas Hotel L 400072 Usman Sheth Chawl,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Near Durga Mandir,Opp.St.Anthony Church L 400072 Muranjan Wadi,Jvlr,Near Ruchi Hotel L 400072 Mankinbai Chawl,Sunderbaug,Near Rajeshwari Mitra Mandal L 400072 Shramparihar Society,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Krupavati Kirana Store,Nss Road,Asalfa Village,Near Sundrerbaug Maidan, Ghatkopar W L 400084 Sharma Chawl,Pipeline,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar L 400084 Govind Nagar Chawl,Asalfa Village,Opp.Himalaya Society,Kurla W L 400084 Roshan Grain Store,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Sindhudurg Society,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Gajanan Patil Chawl,Nariseva Sadan Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Sai Baba Society,Nariseva Sadan Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Sai Baba Society,Asalfa Village,Shivaji Nagar,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Hawabai Chawl,Asalfa Village,Subhash Nagar,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Behind Gokuldham Society,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Sainath Chawl,Asalfa Village,Sunderbaug,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Pagare Chawl,Nss Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Rohini Chawl Committee,Ambedkar Nagar,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Saalik Singh Chawl,Pipeline Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Hemant Society,Nss Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Rohini Chawl Committee,Para Kadam Marg,Ambedkar Nagar,Ghatkopar W L 400084 Bhise Chawl,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400086 Gausiya Chawl,Nss Road,Ashok Nagar,Behind Rathod Medical,Ghatkopar W L 400086 Shiv Shakti Chawl, Santoshi Mata Nagar,Himalaya Society,Nss Road,Near Gupta Bhajiwala,Ghatkpoar West L 400086 Shankar Nagar,Andheri Ghatkopar Link Road,Near Asalfa Metro Station,Ghatkopar L 400086 Panchshil Chawl No-1,Ambedkar Nagar,Andheri Ghatkopar Link Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar West L 400086 Govind Nagar, Parerawadi Comp,Andheri Ghatkopar Link Road,Himalaya Society,Ghatkpoar West L 400086 Jai Maharashtra Chawl,Sane Guruji Nagar,N.S.S Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkpoar West L 400086 Gurunanak Nagar,Lbs Marg,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar W L 400086 Kamgaar Chawl,Narayan Nagar,Ghatkopar Ward M East- Mankhurd, Anushakti Nagar, Deonar, Cheetah Camp, Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 New Gautam Nagar,Pheriphery Road,Gautam Nagar,Govandi ME 400043 Bhimjyot Chawl,Bansode Marg,Nimonibaug,Govandi ME 400043 Sanjay Gandi Nagar,Noorani Masjid,Ghatkpoar Mankhurd Link Road,Devnar ME 400043 New Bhimnagar,Transit Camp,Mt Kadam Marg,New Bhimnagar,Devnar ME 400043 Kamalabai,Near Hakkani Masjid,Near Hanuman Mandir,Baiganwadi ME 400043 Indira Nagar,Padma Nagar,Rd No 14,15,Baiganwadi ME 400043 Kamala Raman Nagar,Mohamadiya Masjid,Dumping Road,Kamla Raman Nagar,Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 Sanjay Nagar,New Depot Nirankari Nallah Sanjay Nagar,Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 Rafique Nagar,Bismillah Masjid,Rafique Nagar Nallah,Rafique Nagar,Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 Rd No 5,4,Shivaji Nagar,Near Vikas School,Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 Garib Nawaz Masjid,Rd No 5,6,Shivaji Nagar,Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 Raman Mama Nagar,Rikhshaw Stand,Bajirao Prabhu Despande Marg,Baiganwadi ME 400043 Janmangal,Rd No 9,8,Sai Baba Mandir,Baiganwadi ME 400043 Ramdev Morya Marg,Baji Prabhu Despande Rd,Shivaji Nagar,Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 Valmiki Rahivashi Seva Sangh,Near Valimiki Temle,Ambedkar Nagar Service Rd,Valmiki Rahivashi Sang,Mankhurd ME 400043 Sitaram Chawl,Shivdarshan Chawl,Near Saibaba Mandir,Lok Shahir Annabhau Sathe Nagar,Sathe Nagar,Mankhurd ME 400043 Gayakwad Nagar,Chawl No 9 16 10 6,P Y Thorat Marg,Nimonibaug,Govandi ME 400043 Panchaseel Chawl,Bhimjyot Chawl,Bansode Marg,Nimonibaug,Govandi ME 400043 Gajanan Colony,Ahilya Bai Holkar Marg,Gajanan Colony,Lotus Colony ME 400043 B Sec,E1,Hm,Hq,E2 Line,S V Hamid Marg,B Sec,Cheetacamp ME 400043 Shiv Prerena Chawl,Jyotirling Chawl,Maharashtra Nagar Road,Shiv Prerna,Mankhurd ME 400043 Shiv Navlai Chawl,Maharshtra Nagar,Shivaji Maidan,Maharashtra Nagar,Mankhurd ME 400043 Deonar Municipal Colony,Sakarm Patil Marg,Municipal Colony,Deonar ME 400071 Sundar Baug Chawl,Shah And Anchor College,Mahavir Education Ground,Chembur ME 400074 Ashok Nagar,Near Maruti Mandir,Vashi Naka,Vashi Naka,Chembur ME 400074 Kasturba Nagar,Near Model High School,Vashi Naka,Vashi Naka,Chembur ME 400074 Sharadwadi,Near Saibaba Mandir,Sai Dhamb Marg,Sharadwadi,Chembur ME 400074 Vishnu Nagar,Ashish Talav,Gavanpada,Vishnu Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Bharat Nagar,Bhimtekdi,Mahul Raod,Bharat Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Shankar Deol,Bd Patil Marg,Anik Goan,Anik Gaon,Chembur ME 400074 Old Bharat Nagar,Slum St,J Plot Mahada,Old Bharat Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Rajesh Furniture Work,Opp Shagun Hall,Shriram Nagar,Shriram Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Mahakali Society,Bharat Kunj,Shahtri Nagar,Shashtri Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Rahul Nagar,Aurangabad Chawl,Buddha Vihar,Rahul Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Shivaji Nagar,Lince C,Vashi Naka,Shivaji Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Azad Nagar,Ayodyanagar,Aziz Baug Road,Azad Nagar,Chembur ME 400074 Sahyadri Nagar,B Near Model High School,Rcf Colony,Sahyadri Nagar,Chembur ME 400088 D Line,Mangrooves,C Sector,Mankhurd ME 400088 E,E1,D1,F,B Line,Market Road,D Sector Cheetacamp,Mankhurd ME 400088 K1,K2 Line,Balaji Mandir Road,G Sector Cheetacamp,Mankhurd ME 400088 L Line,Shiv Mandir Road,J Sector Cheetacamp,Mankhurd ME 400088 F Line,School Road,K Sector Cheetacamp,Mankhurd ME 400088 Merry Cottage,Borbadevi Mandir,N G Acharya Marg,Govandi,Govandi ME 400088 Aryan Gawand Estate,St Round Deonar Village,Rd No 4,Deonar Village,Mankhurd ME 400088 Sai Krupa Chawl,Near Padua High School,Church Road,Mankhurd Goan,Mankhurd ME 400088 Triveni Eahivashi Sangh,Samrat Ashok Nagar,Shiv Mandir Marg,Samrat Ashok Nagar,Mankhurd ME 400088 Bharat Nagar,Valmiki Madir,Sion Panvel Road,Mankhurd Stn,Mankhurd ME 400088 Mahatama Phule Nagar,Mankhurd Railway Stn Road,Phule Nagar,Mankhurd ME 400088 E Sec,K 1 Line,Mgr Road,E Sec,Cheetacamp ME 400088 A Sec,D Line,Near Start Hotel,A Sec,Cheetacamp ME 400088 Navnath Seva Sangh,Cheetacamp Rd,Navnath Seva Sangh,Mankhurd ME 400701 Jay Bhole Nagar,Dinquarry Road,Panajarapol,Panjarapol,Chembur Ward M West, Chembur, Sindhi Society, Chheda Nagar and Tilak Nagar MW 400071 R C Barrack,Inlaks Hospital,Near Lal Mithi Garden,Indira Nagar, Old Chembur Camp, Old Barrack, Shivshakti Nagar, Collector Colony,Samrat Ashok, C G Marg, R C Marg, Collector Colony,Chembur Camp,Chembur MW 400071 Vatsalatai Nagar,Kurla Signal,Nr. Kurla Signal,Chembur MW 400071 Subhedar Ambedkar,Lal Dongar, Near Bmc School, Dr. Ambedkar Chawl, Samarth Nagar,Near Sion Trombay Road,Suman Nagar, Lal Dongar,Chembur MW 400071 Shramjivi Nagar, Saibaba Nagar, Adarsh Nagar, Shell Colony, Yashomati, Shell Colony,Shell Colony, Service Road,Thakker Bhappa Colony,Chembur MW 400071 Siddharth Colony,Kn Gaikwad Marg,Near Chemburnaka,Chembur MW 400071 Mumbadevi,Ahilyabai Holkar Ghatla Municipal Colony, Shramik Kamgar, Sambhaji Nagar -1,Khardeo Nagar,. 1 To 9 Anand Nagar,N G Acharya Marg, Govandi Road,Ghatla,Chembur MW 400071 Mahadev Patil, Harikishan Sadan, Kamla Kishan Patil, M.S. Patil Wadi, Arvind Patil Wadi, Nagesh Patil Wadi, Khardeo Nagar,Ghatla Village,Khardeo Nagar Marg,Ghatla,Chembur MW 400071 Panchsheel Nagar,Tilak Nagar Road No. 3,Near Jai Ambe Kirana Stores,Chembur MW 400071 Chawl No. 3, Lal Wadi, Near Bharat Tirth Soc.,S T Road,Maitry Park,Chembur MW 400074 Islampura, Laxmi Nagar,Mukund Nagar, Vashi Naka, Mahul Road Near Railway Track, Mahul & H P Nagar Mysore Colony & S V Patel Nagar, Vashi Naka & Shivshakti Nagar, R.C.Marg,Vashinaka, Mahul,Chembur MW 400089 Mukund Nagar,Sukhshanti Chawl, Utkarsh Nagar, Balaji Chawl, Nagewadi,Kadariya Nagar, Dinbandhu Chawl,Siddharth, Sambhaji Nagar Near Hanuman Mandi,P.Y.Thorat Marg,P L Lokhande Marg,Chembur MW 400089 Mahatma Phule Nagar, Barve Chawl, Ramabai Colony,Satyam Galli,Vajir Baba Chawl,Raul Galli, Navchintan Buddh Vihar, New Panjabi Chawl,Jagtap Chawl, Sathe Galli,Malekarwadi,Chawl 0 To 10 Janta Nagar,V K Krishnan Menon Nagar,Bmc Quarters,P L Lokhande Marg,Chembur MW 400089 Pestom Sagar,Road No.4,Near Sawaswati Dugdhalay, Opp. Krishna Pan Bidi Shop,Chembur Ward N - Ghatkopar, Vidyavihar and Pant Nagar N 400075 Rajaram Bane Marg,Laxmi Nagar, Ganesh Nagar, Ghatkopar (E) N 400077 Kamraj Nagar & Ramabai Nagar,Ghatkopar (E) N 400077 Kamraj Nagar,Ghatkopar (E) N 400077 Laxmi Nivas Society, Patel Chowk,Ghatkopar (E) N 400079 Vikhroli Park Site, Varsha Nagar,Vikhroli (W) N 400079 Varsha Nagar Road,Vikhroli (W) N 400084 Bhim Nagar Road,Bhim Nagar, Kathodipada, Dayasagar, Ghatkopar (W) N 400086 Nityanand Nagar, Gautam Nagar,Ghatkopar (W) N 400086 Kirol Gaon, Vidyavuhar (W) N 400086 Chota Bhim Nagar,Lbs Road,Opp. Bikaner,Ghatkopar W N 400086 Barve Nagar, Ramji Nagar, Bhatwadi,Ghatkopar (W) N 400086 Azad Nagar, Chirag Nagar, Parshiwadi,Ghatkopar (W) Ward P North - Malad, Manori, Marve, Aksa, and Madh PN 400063 Jai Bhim Nagar,Dindoshi,Goregaon East PN 400063 Santosh Nagar,Dindoshi,Goregaon East PN 400064 Mota Pada,Near Mittal College,Malad West PN 400064 Valnai Colony,Near Link Road,Malad West PN 400064 Kanchpada No 1,Ramchandra Lane,Malad West PN 400064 Somwar Bazar,Malad West PN 400064 Bhadran Nagar,S V Road,Malad West PN 400095 Azmi Nagar,Malwani Gate No 7,Malad West PN 400095 New Collector Compound,Malvani,Malad West PN 400095 Aksa Village,Madh Marve Road,Malad West PN 400095 Manori Village,Panchghar,Malad West PN 400095 Malwani Church,Near Shriram Mandir,Malad West PN 400095 Bmc Colony Gate No 5,Malwani,Malad West PN 400095 Daruwala Compound,S V Road,Malad West PN 400095 Ambujwadi,Malad West PN 400095 Rathodi / Kharodi,Malad West PN 400095 Madh,Malad West PN 400095 Mhb Colony,Malad West PN 400097 Makrani Pada,Rani Sati Marg,Malad East PN 400097 Hanuman Nagar,Kurar,Malad East PN 400097 Kranti Nagar,Kurar,Malad East PN 400097 Indira Nagar,Rani Sati Marg,Malad East PN 400097 Pathanwadi,Malad East PN 400097 Ambewadi,Daftari Road,Malad East PN 400097 Kokni Pada - Shivaji Nagar,Kurar,Malad East PN 400097 Tanaji Nagar,Dhobighat Kurar,Malad East PN 400097 Bacchani Nagar,Malad East PN 400097 Pushpa Park,Malad East PN 400097 Khadakpada,Malad East PN 400097 Pimpripada,Malad East PN 400101 Gokul Nagar,Kandivali East PN 400101 Apppa Pada,Kandivali East Ward P South - Goregaon PS 400062 Prem Nagar,Vishwkarma Road,Prem Nagar,Goregaon West PS 400063 Vitbhatti,Hanuman Tekdi,Goregaon - Mulund Link Road,Vitbhatti,Goregaon East PS 400063 Room No. 3, Lakhau Letha Chawl,Ram Mandir Road,Ramnagar, Bandrekarwadi,Jogeshwari East PS 400064 Shankar Nagar, Vasari Hill,Near Rustomji Tower,Vasari Hill,Goregaon West PS 400064 Teen Dongri,Yashwant Nagar Road,Teen Dongri,Goregaon West PS 400065 Unit No. 22,Aarey Milk Colony,Unit No. 22,Goregaon East PS 400065 Adarsh Nagar, Old Hill Quarter,Aarey Milk Colony,Adarsh Nagar,Goregaon East PS 400065 Janjira Colony, Opposite St.Pius College,Aarey Road,Goregaon East PS 400065 Unit No.30,Aarey Colony,Unit No.30,Goregaon East PS 400097 Gokuldham, Classic Hotel,Gokul Dham,Arunkumar Vaidya Marg,Kanyapada,Malad East PS 400104 Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 1,Link Road,Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 1,Goregaon West PS 400104 Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 2, Tambe Gully,Link Road,Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 2,Goregaon West PS 400104 Laxmi Nagar,Link Road,Laxminagar,Goregaon West PS 400104 Gandhi Chawl,S.V Road,Near Nala,Goregaon West Ward R Central - Borivali RC 400066 Raidongri,Raidongri,Weh,Borivali East RC 400066 Kajupada,Rikshaw Stand Road,Ganesh Cowk,Borivali East RC 400066 Jai Jawan,Fci Godown Rd,Nr Masjid,Borivali East RC 400066 Dadasaheb Chawl,Dattapada Rd,Rupwate Nagar,Borivali East RC 400066 Kulup Wadi,Kulup Wadi,Kulup Wadi,Borivali East RC 400066 Daulat Nagar,S V Road,Neharu Nagar,Borivali East RC 400066 Sukurwadi,Sukurwadi,Bus Depot Sukurwadi,Borivali East RC 400092 Patil House,Eksar Rd,Talepakhadi,Borivali West RC 400092 Saiprasad Chawl,Shimpoli Road,Atal Smruti Uddyan,Borivali West RC 400092 Ratnabai Chawl,Borsapada Road,Op. Borsapada Ho,Borivali West RC 400092 Ek Dongri Chawl,Eksar Road,Gandhi Nagar,Borivali West Ward R North - Dahisar RN 400068 Valmiki Chawl And Nearby Chawl,Dn Dubey Rd,Ambawadi,Dahisar East RN 400068 Padwal And Ramchandra Gurav Chawl,Babu Pednekar Road,Ketkipada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Sainath Chawl,Shiv Tekdi,Dahisar East RN 400068 Shiv Shankar Chawl And Durgabai Dixit Chawl,Shiv Vallabh Road,Hanuman Tekdi,Dahisar East RN 400068 Jai Ganesh Rahivasi Sangh And Jai Bhavani,S.N. Dubey Road,Kokanipada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Khan Compound,S.N. Dubey Road,Rawalpada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Vishwakarma Chawl,Shanti Nagar Dongri,Dahisar East RN 400068 Topiwala Chawl,Santosh Nagar,Dahisar East RN 400068 Sadguru Chawl,Ketakipada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Shankar Tumbade,S.N.Dubey Road,Kokanipada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Balkawde Compound,Kajupada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Mulla Hawaldar Chawl,Kokanipada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Babli Pada,C S Road No-3,Behind Ganpati Mandir,Dahisar East RN 400068 Nasir Ali Chawl,Rajesh Compound,Dahisar East RN 400068 Damodar Barfe Chawl, Gharatan Pada No-2,Service Road,Nr Raj Nagar, Ghartan Pada No-2,Dahisar East RN 400068 Dada Pandey & Sham Rati Yadav Chawl,Opp Awadh Vidyalay,Ketaki Pada Dharkhadi,Dahisar East RN 400068 Vishnu Naik Chawl,Ovaripada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Ganesh Chawl,Near N.G.Park Bldg No-4,Kokani Pada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Pant Nagar,Kokani Pada,Dahisar East RN 400068 Sadguru Society,Sant Muktabai Road,Rawalpada, Nr Varad Vinayak Mandir,Dahisar East RN 400068 Gurukripa Chawl,Kailash Naga,Nr Ng Park,Dahisar East RN 400068 Saikrupa Chawl,Suyog Nagar,Ghartanpada Road No.2,East RN 400068 Sainath Rahivasi Sangh,Rawalpada,In Front Of N G Park,Dahisar East RN 400068 Amarnath Mahadeo Chawl,Amba Wadi,Nr Amba Wadi Police Chowki,Dahisar East RN 400068 Chawl No. A-1,Radhakrishna Nagar,Nr Shani Mandir,Dahisar East RN 400103 Dahisar Gavthan,R.P. Road, Shivsena Shakha,Dahisar West RN 400103 Ganapat Patil Nagar,New Link Road,I C Colony,Dahisar West RN 400103 Shivaji Nagar Slum,L.M. Road,Shivaji Nagar,Dahisar West RN 400103 Om Sai Welfare Society,Rto Road,Kandarpada,Dahisar West Ward R South - Kandivali and Charkop RS 400067 Laljipada / Gandhi Nagar,Kandivali West RS 400067 Laljipada / Sanjay Nagar,Kandivali West RS 400067 Laljipada / Ekta Nagar,Kandivali West RS 400067 Laljipada,Kandivali West RS 400067 Abhilakh Nagar / Iraniwadi Road No.4,Kandivali West RS 400067 Sai Nagar Kandivali West,Kandivali West RS 400067 Khan Gulli, Kd Comnpound, 90Ft D.P Rd South Boundary,Kandivali West RS 400067 Islam Compound, Kd Comnpound, Mg Rd North Boundary,Kandivali West RS 400067 Hanuman Nagar / Ayappa Mandir,Kandivali East RS 400101 Gautam Nagar, Lahugadh, Ramgadh,Kandivali East RS 400101 Bhim Nagar, 12 Nal, Satara Camp, Gandhi Nagar, Nalanda Budhvihar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Mahindra Compound, Damu Nagar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Panchayat Samitee,Kandivali East RS 400101 Laxmi Nagar, Barkiya Rama Compound And Azadwadi,Kandivali East RS 400101 Sigh Estate,Kandivali East RS 400101 Narshipada / Janupada,Kandivali East RS 400101 Narshipada / Durga Mata Mandir,Kandivali East RS 400101 Hanuman Nagar / Balaji Inds Estate.,Kandivali East RS 400101 Hanuman Nagar /Pal School,Kandivali East RS 400101 Hanuman Nagar / Lokmanya Chawl,Kandivali East RS 400101 Ambedkar Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Donkey Compound, Indira Chowk, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Shivaji Maidan, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Adarsh Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Ram Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Nivruddin Chawl, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Bhajiwadi, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Apna Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Chikalwadi, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Pandey Compound, Thakur Village,Kandivali East RS 400101 Janupada, Thakur Village,Kandivali East RS 400101 Bandongri,Kandivali East RS 400101 Vaibhav Nagar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Kaju Pada, Poisar,Kandivali East RS 400101 Hanuman Nagar / Vadarpda Road No. 2,Kandivali East RS 400101 Narshipada / Saraswati Chawl,Kandivali East Ward S - Bhandup, Powai, Kanjurmarh, Vikhroli and Nahur S 400042 Bhandup Gaon S 400042 Ramngr S 400042 Ashok Ngr S 400042 Kanjur Village S 400072 Milind Nagr S 400076 Phule Nagar S 400076 Gautam Ngr S 400076 Gokhale Ngr, Chaitanya Ngr S 400076 Tirandaj Village S 400076 Morarji Compound S 400076 Panchkutir S 400076 Mukteshwar Ashram Powai S 400078 Khindipada S 400078 Ramanagar Tanaji Wadi S 400078 Waghoba Wadi S 400078 Tulshetpada S 400078 Shashtri Nagar S 400078 Sonapur S 400078 Ceat Tire Road S 400078 Pratap Nagar S 400078 Kamble Compound S 400078 Jokhim Compound S 400078 Munshi Mahal S 400078 Lokmanya Ngr, Sarvoday Ngr S 400078 Tembhidada S 400078 Gautam Ngr S 400078 Sai Hill S 400078 Ganesh Ngr S 400078 Utkarsh Ngr 114 S 400078 Shivaji Ngr S 400078 Kaju Tekadi S 400078 Kokan Nagar S 400078 Pathan Colony S 400078 Shriram Pada S 400078 Ramabai S 400078 Buddhanagar S 400078 Tulshet Pada 110 S 400078 Jangal Mangal Road S 400078 Bhattipada S 400078 Gaondevi S 400078 Shriram Pada 109 S 400078 Kashinagar S 400078 Hanuman Nagar S 400083 Tagorenegar Group No 8/ No. 3 S 400083 Ambedkar Nagar/ Utkarshnagar S 400083 Hariyali Village S 400083 Group No.5, Vikroli S 400083 Station Road S 400083 Panchasheel Chawl, Surya Nagar S 400083 Chandan Ngr S 400083 Islampura S 400083 Ambewadi S 400083 Uday Nagar S 400083 Ambedkar Chowk S 400087 Hanuman Galli S 400087 Paspoli S 400087 Filter Pada Ward T - Mulund T 400080 Indira Nagar -3,Behind Mehul Talkies,J.N. Road,Mulund West T 400080 Indira Nagar -2, J.N. Road,Behind Mehul Talkies,J.N. Road,Mulund West T 400080 Indira Nagar -1, J.N. Road,Near Church,J.N. Road,Mulund West T 400080 Amar Nagar, Darga Road, Guru Govindsing, Pawar Chawl, Mulund Colony,Darga Road,Mulund West T 400080 Ramgad, Gosala Road,Goshala Road,Mulund West T 400080 Vijay Nagar,J Road,Mulund West T 400080 New Rhaul Nagr Mulund Colony,Mulund West T 400080 Ashok Nagar Opp Hanuman Mandir, Ashok Nagar, S.N. Road,Dumping Road,Mulund West T 400080 Babu Jagjivan Ram Nagar,Dumping Road,Mulund West T 400080 Gauni Pada,Nahur Road,Dumping Road,Mulund West Pune - 65 CONTAINMENT ZONES - FULL LIST HERE 1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898) 2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area 3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road 4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Dandekar pool vashat Final Plot no 1A, 2A, 2B, 28, 585, 587, 587 Aambil stream colony area5. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi area 6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth. 7. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala Road 8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth 9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat 10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area 11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path 12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path 13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple 14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area 15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar area 16. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashat 17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat 18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahat 19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 658 20. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir. 21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 B 22. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat 23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road 24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area 25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area 26. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area 27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc. 28. Yerawada, Adarsh Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh Indiranagar 29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti Premises 30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao area 31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises 32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF Premises 33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areas 34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate 35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex 36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15B 37. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid Premises 38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus 39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises 40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 18 41. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar area 42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar 43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canal 44. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar 45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar 46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67) 47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 Shivajinagar 48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar 49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 59 50. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi Area 51. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plaza 52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises 53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar 54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar 55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West 56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat Premises 57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune 58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir Premises 59. Hadapsar, Adarsh Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises 60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area 61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj 62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises 63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane 64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple 65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side Premises THANE: 177 CONTAINMENT ZONES - FULL LIST HERE 1. Karanti nagar Galli No.14 near saraswati School- Rabodi 2 Thane (W) 2. Panchpakahadi, Near Dnyanraj Sabhagraha, Rahul Society, Thane (w) 3. Room No.18 83 Bhakti Society Anand Park Thane West 4. 1505 B- Wing OSS Sapphire Municipal Bldg 5. 504 Hanuman Soc. Chandanwadi Panchpakhadi thane West 6. Rm No. 24 Chintamamni Gharkul Service Rd. Sawalewadi Panchpakhadi Thane 7. 182 Lotu Sheth Chawl Haridas Nagar near Shankar Temple Behind Golden Park 8. Parera Tower, Parera Nagar, Thane 9. Natraj Chs Bldg No 9 H25 Opp Murphy Express Highway Thane West -400602 10. NEW NASHENAN CHS NEAR K VILLA OPPOSITE SANJIVAN1 HOSPITAL 11. Saurabh Tower,Near Pratap Cinema,Kolbad 12. Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Girls Hostel, Khopat, 13. Hansnagar Khopat Thane (W) 14. Kolbad Jagmata Mandir, Khopat, Thane 15. Om Sai Chawl King Kong Nagar Dongripada Ghodbander Rd. 16. Room no 734,Near to lala kirana store, Sai mandir, Patlipada, Ghodbandar road, Thane. 17. C/301, Olympia Building, Lodha Pura, Majiwada, Thane West 18. Bramhand Society , Azadnagar, thane 19. 518, Parvati Niwas, Dhokali, Kolshet Road, Thane 20. Room No. 202, Manan Chawl, Vijay Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane 21. Saphire 2 Cosmos Jewel, near DMart Anand Nagar Thane 22. Rajesh Shetty Chawl, Manorama Nagar 23. Aspen, Everest World, Kolsheth Road, Thane 24. Owla, Takadiv Road, Ghodbundar Road, Shiv Sayadri Chawl, Thane West 25. 102, Standfrd Bldg. Hiranandani Estate, Manpada, Thane 26. Lodha Amara Labour Camp 27. 2102 Wing 19 H Lodha Amamra Kolshet Thane W 28. 1/77, Adarsh Chawl, Vitthal Mandir Road, Near Ghag Kirana Store, Thane 29. Amrapali Saan Shivaji Negin Manpada 30. Santosh Kirana Store, Azadnagar, Thane 31. 102, 1st Floor, Tirumala Chs, Majiwada, Thane 32. L-1, Phase-2, Swastik Residency, Ghodbandar Road, Thane 33. Durga Ghat Balkum Road, Tmc School Balkum, Thane 34. Chirag Nagar, Vartaknagar, Thane 35. 25/170 Ajankya Tara CHS Shivaji Nagar Pokhran Rd. 1 thane W 36. Pokhran Road - 2 Gandhi Nagar Thane 37. Bhim Nagar Vartak Nagar 38. VASANT VIHAR THANE-1 39. OSWAL SPARSH CHS,BLDG NO.9,POKHRAN ROAD NO.2,MAJIWAD THANE 40. ATHARVA HEIGHTS POKHRAN ROAD NO.1,SHIVAI NAGAR THANE 41. J/2, Lokvruksh, 702, Tulsidham, Thane 42. Rameshwar Soc., B Wing, Nikkanth Heights, Devdaya Ngar, Pokharan No 2 43. 44/311, Nav Adarsh Chs, Shivai Nagar,Thane W 44. Dyanoday School, Sawarkar Nagar, thane 45. Sawarkar nagar, PANCH PAGMASHWALA APPT, 1ST FLOOR 46. Kulswamini Chawl, lokmanya nagar, Pada no.4, Thane 47. VEDANT COMPLEX PHASE -2, Vijay Nagar, Vartak nagar, Thane 48. Vaibhavlaxmi chwl, Near TMC school No.103,131 kajuwadi 49. KOKANNIVAS CHAWL CHAITTI NAGAR, Lokamanya Nagar PADA NO 3 50. HANUMAN NAGAR LAXMI KRUPA CHAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 51. Sambhaji Nagar Sagar Baug near Rahil Hotel Bakery 52. Shiv Galli,Indiranagar Rd. No. 33 Rupadevipada 1 near Shiv Mandir, Thane 53. DHARMVEER CHAWL ,CHAWL NO.03,ROOM NO. 1, JAI BHAVANI NAGAR ,WAGLE ESTATE 54. 204, 2nd Flr. Sai Apt. Sawarkar Nagar Near Municipal Office 55. Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No 3, Parera Nagar, Near Mauli Kirana Store, Pawar Nagar, Thane 56. ROOM NO 2 SAI CHARAN CHAWL INDIRA NAGAR TEKDI WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 57. B/37 4th Fl. Shanti Apt R No 22 Near Thakur School Savarkar Nagar 58. Kashinath Parab Chawl, Pokharn Road No. 1, Dhawle Nagar, Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No. 3, Thane 59. Ambewadi, Room No. 1202, Near Madin Masjid, Wagle Estate, Thane (West) 60. Sai Sitra Chawl, Indra Nagar, Road On 22, Opp Laxmi Medical , Near Bush Bldg Rupadevi Pada, No 2, Thane 61. Annabhou Sathenagar, wagle estate 62. Dharamveer Chawl, Sainathnagar, Kajuwadi 63. Guruprashad Apt. Mahatma Phule Nagar 64. Plot No-15, Room No-B-15, Shree Gajanan Co.Op Hsg Soc Mhada Vasahat Savarkar Nagar Thane 65. Dyaneshwar Nagar , Gajanan Chawl , R.No.24, Thane 66. 52 8 Sant Rohidas Chawl Dnyaneshwar Nagar Wagle Estate Thane W 67. Danurdhar Bhavan first floor flat No.104 Padwalnagar Wagle Estate Thane (W) 68. C.P.TALAO SHIV SHAKTI MITRA MANDAL NEAR SHANKAR MANDIR WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 69. Kailasnagar ITA Circle wagle estate Thane (w) 70. Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi; Sadhbhavna Apt, Kisanagar no.3, Bhatwadi; Renuka Sadan Kisannagar 3; Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi; Devyani Sadan , Kisan Nagar, Thane 71. VISHVDIP BUILDING 4 TH FLOOR SHIVAJINAGAR THANE; VIJAY APPARTMENT D WING 103 KISAN NAGAR 1 THANE; 1/5, Pitkar Niwas, Rantanbhai Compd. Shivaji Nagar, Wagle Estate, Thane 72. 2/205 kinara Apt. kisan Nagar no 2 73. SURESH SMRITI BUILDING, ROOM NO 5, KISAN NAGAR 3, WAGLE ESTATE, THANE 74. Waralipada near bavadi Shreenagar 75. Silky Apt room no 3 in front of Oil depo Kisan Nagar no 2 76. Shanti bhavan room no 6 kisan nagar no3 opp bus stop near vinod jewllers thane 77. Shiv Shakti Nagar Behind Sunrise Bussiness park Kisan Nagar 2 78. 41 Shukla Building 2nd Floor Padwal Nagar 79. Shiv Shakti Nagar Kisan Nagar 2 80. 1/1 Shanti Bhuvan Kisan Nagar 3 Wagle Industrial estate 81. Usha Kiran bld R.no.406 Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.3 82. Omprakash apt.R.No.101 Kisannagar No.2 83. Nutan Mirabld B Wing Kisan Nagar Wagle Estate Thane 84. Wagale Estate, Nehru Nagar - 1, Thane 85. Ashar IT Park Wagle Estate 86. Gurav Chwal Near Malti Devi School , Ambika Nagar 2, Rd No 16, Wagale Estate Thane 87. B/14 D,Silver Police Line Court Naka Thane 88. Aditya building, new Police Tower Mahagiri Thane 89. B9 Laxmiwadi Chendani Koliwad Meethbandar Road Thane ( East ) 90. Room no-4,Ground floo,Nilkanth Darshan Society ,Naupada Thane 91. Rm.no18 , sathe wadi near dnyansadhana college 92. Maya Villa, Raheja Garden Thane W 93. NAGSEN NAGAR NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR OPP.DADOJI STEDIUM 94. Jalaram Ashish-1 G. M Marg Thane 95. Ram Maruti Rd. New English School Ganesh Kutir 96. 703, Bhalchandra building Behind gaodevi bus depo. Thane w 97. New Swastik Chs Bag Soc. Near Ganesh Tawkies Edulji Rd. Charia Thane 98. Gaurangi CHS, near Damani Estate LBS Rd. Naupada, thane 99. Amar Tower Bhaskar Colony Naupada 100. Rm. No. 3 Sitala Singh Chawl Near Shiv Mandir Noori Baba Road 101. 409, Ashif Manzil Apt, Adalgi Road, Kabad Ali, Thane 102. 15/A-2, Kamlesh Chs, Kopari Colony , Thane 103. 501, mangalya society near SBI bank , Naupada 104. 601, 6th floor , Vatika Bldg, Ghantali road. 105. Thane Medical Shop Govindji Apartment 3 Petrol Pump Thane 106. 1 Sapna CHS opp Anand Ashram Soc. B Cabin Naupada Thane W 107. Rm. No. 8 Saikrupa Bldg. Kashish Park 108. Laxmi Apt. Gholai nagar Atkoneshwarnagar Thane (W) 109. Janki Nagar, Kharegaon, thane (W) 110. Bhaskar nagar Kalwa Thane 111. Jagnath Appt. Vitawa, Kalwa 112. Narayan park,Room No. 301,Near Megha Apartment ,Vitawa, Kalwa 113. Rm. No. 27, Santoshi Chawl, near Agreseen School, Thane Belapur Rd. Kalwa East 114. 105,SAMI DISHA APARTMENT,VITAWA,KALWA,THANE 115. Kantabai building,room.no.105 ,Vitawa 116. 103 A/2 Vaishanavi dham complex Near vitthal mandir kharigaon kalwa 117. NEW SHIVAJI NAGAR, KALWA 118. Sai ashirvad A-2,SURYA NAGAR,VITAWA 119. Shashtri Nagar Mafatlal Company opposite Durga Mandir, Atkoneshwar Kalwa 120. Bldg. No. 5 B-wing 2nd Floor Sudama CHS Old Mumbai-Pune Rd. Kalwa 121. Resident Doctor at CSMH Thane 122. Suryanagar Gate No.1 Vitawa Kalwa Thane (W) 123. SANKALP CHS,. MANISHA NAGAR - 2, KALWA, THANE 124. Anand Vihar Complex,Near Railway Phatak Kharegaon ,Kalwa East,Thane 125. Rajashree Shahu Chawl, R/N 3, New Shivaji Nagar, Thakurpada, Kalwa, Thane 126. Shiv Shrusti Kharegaon, Thane 127. R.No.202, Chawandai Residency, Parsik Nagar Kalwa 128. Saipranam Chs, A-307, Kharigaon, Kalwa 129. Janki Nagar, Pipeline, Manisha Nagar, Kalwa West 130. Digvijay Bld, Room No 301, Thane 131. Rm. 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2020-05-30Coronavirus in Mumbai: 8,000 additional beds for COVID-19 patients to be ready in a week - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: 8,000 additional beds for COVID-19 patients to be ready in a weekBy Sanjay JogMumbai: About 8,000 additional beds will be available within a week in Greater Mumbai to accommodate coronavirus patients. In addition to this, 12,000 beds from 53 big hospitals will be available to treat COVID-19 patients because of the state government’s decision to acquire 80% beds from private hospitals.Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope said 2,600 beds are put in place in the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon, 300 beds in Mahalaxmi Racecourse which will be put to use in the next two days. The jumbo facilities are being developed at Mulund, Dahisar and Byculla with 2,000 beds each and will be operationalized in a week.In addition to this, Principal Secretary Manisha Mhaiskar, who is assigned to oversee detection and isolation of COVID-19 cases, has said that BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation-run Nair hospital has commissioned 1036 beds comprising 900 beds with oxygen support including 120 maternity beds, 110 ICU beds and 27 daily dialysis slots. Seven Hills also notches a 1000-bed capacity.Mhaiksar said BMC has proposed field hospitals at various locations from BKC to Dahisar to Mulund for the mild symptomatic patients. Today with 100 patients, BKC will accommodate up to 1000 patients.BMC Commissioner Iqbal Chahal at the video conference with senior officers said the COVID-19 doubling rate has slowed down to 16 days from 13 days while it has slowed down to 20 days in hotspots including G-South, G-North and M-East. The recovery rate is 43% while the fatality rate is 3.2% in Greater Mumbai.Meanwhile, Tope has directed the department to undertake spraying of insecticides ahead of monsoon to curb spread of malaria and dengue.Also ReadCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Jain sadhus and sadhvis to practice their rituals amid lockdown (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)MUmbaiCoronavirusCoVID-19 patientsPublic Health Minister Rajesh TopeRecent StoriesLies, damned lies and statistics: Why there isn't enough data to blame Railways for 80 deaths on Shramik trains Stay home kids: Amid lockdown phaseout, preschools to remain shut?Unlock 1.0: What are the National Directives for public gatherings, consumption of liquor and work from home? Unlock 1.0: All you need to know about the 'night curfew'Lockdown extended to June 30: What are the MHA guidelines for Containment Zones in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and others? 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
2020-05-30Coronavirus in Maharashtra: Jain sadhus and sadhvis to practice their rituals amid lockdown - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Maharashtra: Jain sadhus and sadhvis to practice their rituals amid lockdownBy Sanjay JogRepresentational PhotoMumbai: Maharashtra Government has allowed Jain community sadhus and sadhvis to practice their rituals of ‘’vihar’’ (journey on foot) for chaturmas and reside at various places in the next few months. The government has issued a notification asking the community members to observe social distancing and COVID-19 norms issued by the Centre and the state government and avoid crowding.Maharashtra Relief and Rehabilitation Secretary Kishor Raje Nimbalkar on Saturday issued the notification. ‘’It was necessary as due to coronavirus lockdown the journey on foot of Jain sadhus and sadhvis was not possible. They have to reach their respective destinations within the stipulated time period. However, they will have to avoid the crowd and at a time more than five of them will not travel together. They will have to also take care to avoid gathering at the place where they will be living,’’ Nimbalkar said.He said that the sadhus and sadhvis will have to wear mask and keep enough distance between the two.Chetan Dedhia representing about 10 Jain Sangh said the government has intervened at a right time to avoid any untoward incident during such barefoot journey by sadhus and sadhvis. They have to reach before onset of monsoon to their respective destinations and they reside till the monsoon ends.‘’The government issued the notification after a representation was made citing one incident which took place in Dombivli where sadhus and sadhvis were targeted by the locals taking objection of their journey during lockdown,’’ said Dedhia.Further, few Jain community leaders have thanked Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for his immediate response.Also ReadCoronavirus in Thane: 18 test positive after attending COVID-19 patient's funeral (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)jain ritualsCoronavirus in MaharashtraJain sadhusRecent StoriesLies, damned lies and statistics: Why there isn't enough data to blame Railways for 80 deaths on Shramik trains Stay home kids: Amid lockdown phaseout, preschools to remain shut?Unlock 1.0: What are the National Directives for public gatherings, consumption of liquor and work from home? Unlock 1.0: All you need to know about the 'night curfew'Lockdown extended to June 30: What are the MHA guidelines for Containment Zones in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and others? 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
2020-05-30Maharashtra: Final-year exams will be on course - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Sunday, May 31, 2020, 3:56 AM IST Here's what CM Uddhav Thakeray has to say about university exams in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai and Pune? By Ronald Rodrigues Not a single student should be affected by coronavirus, says CM Uddhav ThackerayRepresentational imageMumbai: Final-year exams will be conducted without a single student being affected by coronavirus, in order to avoid academic loss, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray directed on Saturday in a video conference with higher and technical education minister Uday Samant, ministers of state and vice-chancellors (VC) of universities. Thackeray said it was high time to end the growing stress among students and parents who are worried about a decision regarding final-year exams.During the conference, Thackeray directed VCs of all state universities to focus on precautionary measures, and explore various opportunities to conduct and announce the final exam dates soon. The Chief Minister said, "We will conduct final year exams in such a way that not a single student is affected by the coronavirus. The situation is constantly changing in Mumbai, Pune and Aurangabad districts. We should focus on whether we can turn this crisis situation into an opportunity using technology." This decision to conduct exams has been taken because there are students who wish to score higher marks or grades for higher studies and future job prospects. Thackeray stated, "We need to give students the option of appearing for exams or grade them based on average marks of previous semesters, because there are students who need a certain score for entry level competitive exams, higher studies or employment opportunities. We need to explore various methods for exams." As per the University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines, final-year exams were to be conducted from July 1 to 31 this year, and the academic year was set to begin from September 1. However, considering the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the Chief Minister stated, "It has become clear that exams cannot be conducted in July due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation." Higher and technical education minister Samant said, "We are exploring various methods to conduct exams in the best interest of students." Stressing that education is an "essential service", Thackeray spoke on the need to improve connectivity, e-learning and digital classrooms by adopting teaching-learning methods from foreign universities. "In case of a crisis situation, students should continue to study. We should make provisions for education to be provided while students are at home. We should learn and develop ways to adopt methods of teaching-learning practiced by foreign universities," Thackeray said. While it is now clear that exams will be held on the directions of the Chief Minister, students are still waiting for the final exam time-table.Also ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai NMMC tests 7535 people per million population, higher than many states (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)Uday SamantUniversity Grants CommissionChief Minister Uddhav ThackerayCoronavirusacademic lossRecent StoriesReliance Jio Convention Centre to be converted into Corona Care Center: Maha govtHistory in the making: Elon Musk's SpaceX propels two NASA astronauts into orbit, see picsNational Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority 'hopeful' that manufacturers reduce rates of N95 masks by 47% Let us go home or let us die: Migrant workers' desperate plea to state and central governments Coronavirus in Mumbai: Mother writes to CM Uddhav Thackeray pleading to get son stranded in Qatar back home 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
2020-05-30Police keeping eye on social media for Lockdown 5.0 rumours - Free Press Journal
Police keeping eye on social media for Lockdown 5.0 rumoursBy Staff Reporter The city cyber police are keeping a watchful eye on the people who are either forwarding unconfirmed messages or putting up posts on social media which could lead to confusion and unrest.Police keeping eye on social media for Lockdown 5.0 rumourspublicdomainpictures.netWith lockdown 4.0 ending today, many are anticipating that the relaxations allowed by the state will follow and they will be able to resume their normal life sans the COVID-19 scare, according to a slew of rumour mills doing the rounds on social media. The city cyber police have accordingly braced themselves and are keeping a watchful eye on the people who are either forwarding unconfirmed messages or putting up posts on social media which could lead to confusion and unrest.It was noticed that a number of posts, fake news and websites has cropped on the internet, which seemed genuine to the innocent eye, but had fake and wrong news being disseminating to the public. These posts had gone viral on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter, which people blindly forward, without checking the authentication of the same.In a crackdown on such posts, the city cyber police have set up a dedicated team to monitor the social media and take cognizance on any fake social media post, which could cause unrest, panic in the society. An official said, "The team keeps an eye on social media platforms and follows trends to identify the pattern. Platforms like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and YouTube have been at the highest receiving end of such inflammatory content.While the Ministry of Home Affairs issued an order in connection to the extension of lockdown in the containment zones, there was still a cloud of confusion as to what it means for the state and the city. An official said, as soon as the order started making the rounds on social media, a number of websites, with 'news content' cropped up on the World Wide Web, with keywords like lockdown extension and lockdown 5.0."There was a major spurt in circulation of fake news and rumour mills, which had to be stopped at the earliest to avoid any communal riot breaking out at the dawn of a pandemic. These posts were misleading and baseless in nature," said Harish Baijal, DIG, Maharashtra Cyber Police. Other platforms like Instagram, Telegram and TikTok too are under constant scrutiny, where every move is being watched on.twitterfacebookTik TokrumourslockdownHarish BaijalRecent StoriesGeorge Floyd protests turn violent in Philadelphia; 13 police officials injuredAs Cyclone Nisarga approaches, Amit Shah holds meetings with Chief Ministers of Gujarat and MaharashtraVocal for local leads to comedy of errors: Centre withdraws notification for CAPF canteens which called iconic desi brands videshiPM Modi launches Champions.gov.in to empower MSME sectorPrashant Bhushan labels Delhi Police 'dalla police' after arrest of Devangana Kalita 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
2020-05-30Coronavirus India lockdown Day 67 updates | May 30, 2020 - Frontline
Coronavirus India lockdown Day 67 updates | May 30, 2020 Share On News National International States Cities In pictures: Cyclone Amphan makes landfall News National Coronavirus India lockdown Day 67 updates | May 30, 2020 The Hindu Net Desk May 30, 2020 10:11 IST Updated: May 30, 2020 23:02 IST Share Article PRINT A A A An attendant of a patient wearing personal protective equipment outside a corporate hospital in Hyderabad on May 30, 2020.   | Photo Credit: Nagara Gopal The Hindu Net Desk May 30, 2020 10:11 IST Updated: May 30, 2020 23:02 IST Ministry of Home Affairs released new guidelines called ‘Unlock 1.0’ that allow the opening of malls, restaurants and religious places in all areas except the containment zones. India registered its highest single-day increase in new COVID-19 cases with 7,964 cases and 265 deaths reported in the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, during the past 24 hours, a total of 11,264 COVID-19 patients have recovered, according to the Health Ministry.“This is the highest number of recovered patients recorded in a day. Thus, so far, a total of 82,369 patients have been cured of COVID-19. This has resulted in a recovery rate of 47.40% amongst COVID-19 patients, an increase of 4.51% in the recovery rate from the previous day’s recovery rate of 42.89%,” it said.Also on Saturday, the Ministry of Home Affairs released new guidelines called ‘Unlock 1.0’ that allow the opening of malls, restaurants and religious places in all areas except the containment zones from June 8. It, however, prohibits the opening of bars, swimming pools gymnasiums, entertainment parks, cinema halls, metro rail and international air travel.Here is a list of State Helpline numbers. You can track coronavirus cases, deaths and testing rates at the national and State levels here.Here are the latest updates:10.50 p.m. | BiharBihar reported 56 more COVID-19 positive cases, taking the total number to 3565 in the State. All cases from Jehanabad, Kaimur, Bhagalpur, Buxar and other districts.- Amarnath Tewary10.25 pm | Madhya Pradesh9 deaths, 246 new cases in M.P.Madhya Pradesh on Saturday recorded 246 new COVID-19 cases, taking the State-wide tally to 7,891. The number of active cases stands at 3,104. Nine patients died of the disease on the day. Three persons died in Indore and two in Bhopal, while Ujjain, Burhanpur, Sagar and Khargone reported one death each. The death toll climbed to 343. As many as 175 patients were discharged from hospitals on the day. So far, 4,444 persons have recovered from the illness, says the State Directorate of Health Services. -- Sidharth Yadav10.17 pm | Telangana6 deaths, 74 new cases in TelanganaTelangana reported 6 deaths and 74 new cases on Saturday, raising the death toll to 77 and the total positive cases to 2499. Totally 1412 people have been discharged and the active cases stand at 1010, according to the State healh department.10.15 pm | New DelhiList of instructions in fresh guidelines issued by Union home ministryThe Union home ministry on Saturday issued following instructions as national directives for COVID-19 management:* Face covering: Wearing of face cover is compulsory in public places, in workplace and during transport.* Social distancing: Individuals must maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet (do gaz ki doori) in public places. Shops will ensure physical distancing among customers and will not allow more than five people at one time.* Gatherings: Large public gatherings or congregations continue to remain prohibited. Marriage related gatherings: Number of guests not to exceed 50. Funeral or last rites related gatherings: Number of persons not to exceed 20.* Spitting in public places will be punishable with fine, as may be prescribed by the states or UT or local authority in accordance with its laws, rules or regulations.* Consumption of liquor, paan, gutka, tobacco etc. in public places is prohibited.Additional directives for work places:* As far as possible the practice of Work from home (WfH) should be followed.* Staggering of work or business hours will be followed in offices, work places, shops, markets and industrial and commercial establishments.* Screening and hygiene: Provision for thermal scanning, hand wash and sanitizers will be made at all entry and exit points and common areas. Frequent sanitization of entire workplace, common facilities and all points which come into human contact like door handles will be ensured, including between shifts.* Social distancing: All persons in charge of work places will ensure adequate distance between workers, adequate gaps between shifts, staggering the lunch breaks of staffers, etc.9.55 pm | BiharNitish tells officials to ramp up testing capacityBihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday directed officials to ramp up testing capacity and conduct tests of more and more people in order to know the status of infection in the state.The chief minister said this during a high-level meeting convened to review the steps being taken by the state government to contain spread of infection.The meeting was attended by states Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar and a hosts of other senior officials of various departments and CM secretariat.“Carrying out test of more and more people will alone enable the government to know the current situation of infection especially of those who are coming from outside the state in large numbers. There is a need to prepare a strategy for conducting tests,” Kumar said in an official release9.30 pm | RishikeshCOVID-19 positive woman delivers baby at AIIMS RishikeshA COVID-19 positive woman had a safe delivery at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences here on Saturday.The 30-year-old woman, who has no symptoms of the disease, had tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday morning.All arrangements were made hurriedly to ensure she had a safe delivery, head of the institute’s maternity ward Latika Uniyal said.Both the mother and child are doing fine, she said.9.15 pm | UttarakhandNo need to panic over rise in cases in Uttarakhand: OfficialThe Uttarakhand government on Saturday asked people not to panic over the rise in COVID-19 cases, assuring them that active cases will start coming down in 10-15 days. “There is no need to panic over the recent rise in coronavirus cases. There is no community spread of the virus yet in Uttarakhand. Those testing positive in the state either have a travel history or are contacts of those infected,” Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh told reporters.The cases may continue to rise over the next few days, but the number of active cases will begin to drop in 10-15 days, he said.The doubling rate of coronavirus cases in Uttarakhand has improved over the last three days. The positivity rate is lower than the national average and the death rate is less than one per cent at a time when the national average is 2.8 per cent, Singh assured.8.45 pm | RajasthanNine persons' death - 3 in Sirohi, 2 each in Jaipur and Jodhpur and 1 each in Pali and Sikar - takes the COVID-19 related mortality figure in Rajasthan to 193. A total of 252 new COVID-19 positive cases were detected in the State today, taking the tally to 8,617. Of them, 5,739 have recovered and 5,079 have been discharged. The number of active cases in Rajasthan, as of now, is 2,685: Medical & Health Department.8.30 pm | Maharashtra- Maharashtra recorded 2940 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, the second highest single day jump, pushing the tally to 65168.- The State also recorded 99 deaths, taking the death toll to 2197.-1084 patients discharged today, 28081 total discharged-Mumbai recorded 1510 cases and 54 deaths taking the tally to 38442 and death toll to 12278.30 pm | PunjabPunjab extends lockdown till June 30Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday announced a four-week extension of the coronavirus lockdown till June 30.Though experts have advised against opening of hospitality services and shopping malls in the state, the chief minister said his government will take into account the Centre’s guidelines for lockdown 5.0.The Centre on Saturday issued fresh guidelines relaxing the nationwide lockdown, the fourth phase of which ends on May 31.The countrywide lockdown in containment zones has been extended till June 30, while hospitality services, hotels and shopping malls will be allowed to open from June 8, the Union home ministry said.Singh announced his decision after an on-ground assessment of the COVID situation through a video conference with health experts and cabinet ministers Bharat Bhushan Ashu, Balbir Singh Sidhu and Tript Singh Bajwa, according to a government release.7.50 pm | New Delhi1,163  cases reported in New DelhiAs many as 1,163 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Delhi in the past 24 hours, taking the total number of cases to 18,549, according to a health bulletin released by the Delhi government.This is the biggest single-day jump in the number of cases in the city so far and the third consecutive day recording more than 1,000 cases.Also, 18 more deaths have been reported taking the total number of deaths to 416. But all the deaths did not happen in the past 24 hours.Of the total cases, 8,075 people have recovered and there are 10,058 active cases. -- Nikhil7.45 pm | New DelhiTechnician at LJNP hospital dies of COVID-19A technician working at the Delhi government-run Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital, who was tested positive for COVID-19, died on May 30, according to hospital authorities.“He had tested positive around 15 days back and was admitted in the ICU of our hospital. We will be writing to the Delhi government for the ₹1 crore compensation to his family,” a hospital official said.7.30 pm | GujaratWith 27 new deaths, Gujarat’s COVID-19 fatality count climbs to 1007. New 412 infections were also reported from the state.Ahmedabad Covid-19 death toll reaches 822 with new 24 deaths reported on Saturday. Total cases have reached 11881 with 284 new cases.6.50 pm | New DelhiGovt. issues new guidelines for phased re-openingThe guidelines will come into effect from June 1, 2020 and will be effective till June 30, 2020.  The current phase of re-opening, Unlock 1, will have an economic focus.All activities that were prohibited earlier will be opened up in areas outside Containment Zones in a phased manner, with the stipulation of following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), to be prescribed by the Health Ministry.In Phase I, religious places and places of worship for public; hotels, restaurants and other hospitality services; and shopping malls; will be permitted to open from June 8, 2020.  Health Ministry will issue SOPs for the above activities, in consultation with the Central Ministries/ Departments concerned and other stakeholders, for ensuring social distancing and to contain the spread of COVID-19.In Phase II, schools, colleges, educational/ training/ coaching institutions etc., will be opened after consultations with States and UTs.  State Governments/ UT administrations are being advised to hold consultations at the institution level with parents and other stakeholders.  Based on the feedback, a decision on the re-opening of these institutions will be taken in the month of July, 2020.  MoHFW will prepare SOP for these institutions.Only a limited number of activities will remain prohibited throughout the country.  These activities are:  International air travel of passengers; operation of Metro Rail;  cinema halls, gymnasiums, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars and auditoriums, assembly halls and similar places; and, social/ political/ sports/ entertainment/ academic/ cultural/ religious functions/ and other large congregations.  In Phase III, dates for their opening will be decided based on assessment of the situation.There shall be no restriction on inter-State and intra-State movement of persons and goods.  No separate permission/ approval/ e-permit will be required for such movements.However, if a State/ UT, based on reasons of public health and its assessment of the situation, proposes to regulate movement of persons, it will give wide publicity in advance regarding the restrictions to be placed on such movement, and the related procedures to be followed.Night curfew shall continue to remain in force, on the movement of individuals, for all non-essential activities.  However, the revised timings of the curfew will be from 9 pm to 5 am. Read more  6.30 pm | ChennaiPassenger ship service from Chennai to Andaman resumes after nearly two monthsPassenger ship service from Chennai to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands has resumed after a gap of nearly two months, during which it remained suspended due to COVID-19 lockdown, with a vessel carrying 87 people leaving for Port Blair, officials said.“M V Nicobar” left the Chennai Port on Thursday after the passengers boarded it complying with necessary standard operating procedures, including social distancing, they said.The passenger ship services between Chennai Port and Port Blair were suspended due to the COVID-19 lockdown.The decision to resume the services was taken after detailed discussions between representatives of Tamil Nadu government, the Andaman Nicobar Islands union territory administration and the Port Trust.6.20 pm | Tamil Nadu938 test positive in Tamil NaduA total of 938 persons test positive for COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu on Saturday taking the total number of confirmed cases to 21,184. 687 persons were discharged today taking the total to 12,000.The State also reported 6 deaths on Saturday taking death toll to 160.6.18 pm | New DelhiParliament sanitised after latest case of coronavirusGovernment agencies undertook a massive drive on Saturday to sanitise all buildings in the Parliament House Complex after a fourth case of COVID-19 was reported from the complex, officials said.Of the four cases, three had contracted the infection after Parliament resumed on May 3, when Lockdown 2.0 ended. A Rajya Sabha Secretariat official tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, they said.The Lok Sabha Secretariat said in a statement the comprehensive drive included sanitisation of all indoor and outdoor areas, individual offices, restrooms and common areas.It previously conducted a similar exercise on March 21. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla then said awareness and restraint are key to prevent COVID-19 spread. Thereafter, several such exercises were undertaken.6.15 pm | DharaviFor the second time in a week, Dharavi recorded the lowest number of 18 new cases on Saturday. The slum pocket also recorded one death. Dharavi’s tally now stands at 1733 and death toll is 71. The slum had last reported 18 cases on May 27 and its lowest single day addition of 16 cases was recorded on April 18.6.13 pm | New Delhi28% of 40,184 cases in India till April 30 asymptomatic: StudyAt least 28 per cent of 40,184 people, who had tested positive for COVID-19 between January 22 and April 30 in India, were asymptomatic, a study showed amid concerns about the novel coronavirus being spread by those who show mild or no symptoms.Large proportions of both those tested and those found positive were asymptomatic contacts, according to the study by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) scientists along with other collaborators.Healthcare workers constituted about 5.2 per cent of the total infected, according to the study published in the Indian Journal of Medical Research (IJMR) on Friday evening.The study came at a time when the apex health research body ICMR is conducting a sero-survey to estimate the prevalence of community transmission of the infection among the Indian population.People from 70 districts will be tested for COVID-19 at random to check whether they have developed antibodies against the infection even though they remained asymptomatic.According to the study published in the IJMR, of the 28.1 per cent asymptomatic patients, 25.3 per cent were direct and high-risk contacts of the positive cases, while 2.8 per cent were healthcare workers in contact with confirmed cases without adequate protection.6.10 pm | New Delhi57% worried of high-priced COVID-19 treatment in private hospitals: SurveyAround 57 per cent of respondents expressed concern about exorbitant charges for COVID-19 treatment at private hospitals, while 46 per cent fear contracting a secondary infection in a government facility, a survey said. The survey conducted by LocalCircles, a community social media platform, received around 40,000 responses on five questions related to public perception of government and private hospitals for COVID-19 treatment.It also said that 61 per cent of respondents want the government to fix a price cap or standardise coronavirus treatment related room charges in private hospitals.According to the survey, 46 per cent of people expressed concern over catching secondary infection due to crowd and poor adherence to infection prevention control standards in hospitals, while 32 per cent highlighted the lack of adequate medical infrastructure, as their topmost concern regarding COVID-19 treatment available in the country.5.45 pm | Jammu and KashmirTen pregnant women test positive on SaturdayTen pregnant women were among 112 COVID-19 infections reported in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, taking the total number of cases to 2333: officials5.33 pm | BiharBihar COVID-19 update : total positive cases so far : 3511 , total people recovered : 1311 , total samples test done : 73, 929. Total death : 215.25 pm | Tamil NaduCurbs should not be eased in Chennai, 3 other high-COVID-19 prevalence districts in TN : medical panel Prabhdeep Kaur, National Institute of Epidemiology (ICMR) addresses the media at State secretariat in Chennai on May 30, 2020.   | Photo Credit: B. Jothi Ramalingan  An expert medical panel, constituted by the Tamil Nadu government to advice it on COVID-19, on Saturday said the onoing lockdown should not be relaxed in four high-prevalence districts including Chennai.It also indicated there cannot be a ‘one size fits all’ approach on relaxing the curbs, saying local conditions should be factored in before removing the lockdown in the respective districts.The fourth leg of the COVID-19 induced lockdown is scheduled to end on Sunday.Dr Prabhdeep Kaur from the National Institute of Epidemiology (ICMR) and a panel member, said while the state government has already given some relaxations, the curbs should, however, continue in the four most affected districts.“What the committee feels is we have to be more careful in Chennai, Chengalpattu, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur (where the) cases are increasing. So restrictions should continue (in these places), all kinds of relaxations cannot be given,” she told reporters after the panel’s meeting with Chief Minister K Palaniswami and other government officials.“Rather than applying the same rule across Tamil Nadu (on easing curbs), the situation in the respective districts can be assessed and some relaxations given (there) accordingly,” she added.Earlier too, the panel had favoured a graded exit from the lockdown in Tamil Nadu, saying the curbs should not be lifted across the state uniformly. Read more  5.15 pm | Thane18 test positive after attending COVID-19 patient’s funeralAt least 18 mourners, who attended the funeral of a COVID-19 patient, have tested positive for the infection in Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra’s Thane district, a civic official said on Saturday.Defying prohibitory orders, at least 70 persons had attended the funeral of a 40-year-old woman, who had tested positive for the virus post her death, a spokesperson of the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation said.The woman’s body was handed over to her family with specific instructions to not open the bag, but they opened the wrapped body to perform the last rites on May 25, the official said.The police were first alerted about the funeral, following which the civic authorities were notified, he said.5.10 pm | Nagaland11 returnees test COVID-19 positive in Nagaland, tally reaches 36Eleven people who returned to Nagaland from Chennai have tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday, raising the total number of active cases in the state to 36, Health and Family Welfare minister S Pangnyu Phom said.Nagaland had remained COVID-19-free till Monday when three returnees from Chennai tested positive for the virus.However, the state government has not counted a person from Nagaland who tested positive for COVID-19 on April 13 in Assam after a private hospital referred him to a government facility in Guwahati. He later recovered from the disease.“Eleven persons, 8 from Dimapur and 3 in Kohima, all returnees from Chennai tested COVID-19 positive today (Saturday),” the minister said.5.00 pm | DelhiCRPF forms committee to combat spread of COVID-19 in its campsThe Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) constituted a committee of its senior officers to find better ways of ensuring physical distancing in barracks and toilets used by jawans to check the spread of COVID-19 in its camps, officials said.They said the recent spread of the infection to about 140 personnel living in the 31st battalion of the country’s largest paramilitary force in Delhi’s Mayur Vihar and a few other such instances led to the decision of finding innovative ways to combat the new challenge of keeping the force “combat ready amid the enhanced level of physical distance between troops.”- PTI4.50 pm | UttarakhandUttarakhand’s tally rises to 727Uttarakhand’s COVID-19 tally rose to 727 with 11 more people testing positive.The latest cases were reported from Dehradun district, where seven people tested positive, and Tehri district, where four were found infected with the virus, a State Health bulletin said. The seven cases in Dehradun were detected during contract tracing in Niranjanpur Sabzi Mandi, while the four new patients from Tehri had a travel history to Maharashtra, it said.According to the bulletin, there are 617 active cases in the State, while 102 people have recovered from the disease.- PTI4.40 pm | Uttar PradeshAdityanath directs officials to provide financial helpUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, during a meeting to review the lockdown, directed officials to provide interim assistance of ₹2,000 to those affected by the lockdown and ₹1,000 to those who do not have ration cards to get foodgrains.He also asked officials to provide ₹5,000 for the performance of last rites of a destitute person.Mr. Adityanath directed officials to ensure immediate treatment to those suffering from serious illnesses even if not covered under the Ayushman Bharat Yojana or the Mukhyamantri Jan Arogya Yojana, an official spokesman said.- PTI4.30 pm | AssamAssam’s tally touches 1,100-mark with 43 new casesAssam’s COVID-19 tally touched the 1,100-mark with 43 more people testing positive on Saturday, the State’s Health and Family Welfare Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.The State, at present, has 968 active cases, he said.“Alert ~ 43 new cases of #COVID19+ 5 Dhubri, 5 Golaghat, 3 Barpeta, 1 Bongaigaon, 29 by various labs (dist to be confirmed),” Mr. Sarma said in a tweet.- PTI4.15 pm | Gaza CityHigh schools open for final exams in Palestinian territoriesStudents are returning to high schools in the Palestinian territories for the first time in two months for final exams.The Education Ministry said that 78,400 XII-graders are taking the exams in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.Schools have been closed since March as part of Palestinian efforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak.In Gaza, police and paramedics took students’ temperatures as they entered, and the students sat spaced apart in classrooms.- PTI4.10 pm | Antigua and BarbudaCricket West Indies announces temporary pay cut for all players, employees across regionsCricket West Indies (CWI) announced a temporary 50% salary cut across the entire regional cricket system, effective from the start of July, due to financial crunch caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.The decision was made after CWI’s Board of Directors received recommendations from the Financial Strategy Advisory Committee during a tele-conference.“With no international cricket currently being played anywhere in the world, and with great uncertainty of when regular cricket activity will resume, CWI — like many other international sporting organisations worldwide — is facing a significant loss of income, whilst also being uncertain of the long-term impact of the crisis on our operations,” CWI said in a statement.- PTI3.55 pm | West BengalCooch Behar reports 32 cases, up from zero, in a dayAt least 32 people - all of them migrant labourers - have tested positive for COVID-19, turning West Bengal’s Cooch Behar district, where not a single case of the contagion was recorded till a day ago, into a containment zone, a senior official said.All 32 had returned to the north Bengal district a couple of days ago. After testing positive, they are undergoing treatment in a COVID-19 hospital in Siliguri, District Magistrate Pawan Kadyan said.- PTI3.45 pm | Andhra Pradesh131 fresh cases detected in Andhra PradeshThe State reported 131 fresh COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. 61 of them are migrant returnees and 70 local people. No deaths were reported.With this, the tally has gone up to 3,461 in the State.55 persons have recovered in the past day. The total recoveries stand at 2,281.Currently, there are 1,120 active cases.- Tharun Boda3.30 pm | Odisha150 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Bihar. Total number of COVID-19 cases in the State is at 3,509 now.3.30 pm | Karnataka13 test positive in HassanThirteen more people were reported positive for COVID-19 in Hassan, increasing the total number of confirmed cases to 157 in the district.Among them, six people are natives of Alur taluk. They had returned from Mumbai recently and were quarantined in Alur. They were sent home after seven days of institutional quarantine.However, their samples later tested positive for the virus. They have been admitted to the COVID-19 hospital in Hassan, said R. Girish, Deputy Commissioner.- Sathish G.T.3.00 pm | Himachal PradeshFive test positive in HimachalThe number of COVID-19 cases in Himachal Pradesh stands at 302 as five new cases were reported in the State. Four of the five fresh cases are from Kangra and one from Solan district, officials said.2.45 pm | EgyptEgypt makes use of face masks in public mandatoryEgypt made the wearing of face masks in public - when taking private transportation and inside government offices - mandatory, as it eased a partial lockdown imposed during the week-long holiday of Eid- ul-Fitr.Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly said violators would be fined and added that the nationwide curfew (between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.) is to be observed for another two weeks.Egypt saw a jump of daily reported infections in the past week, with a total of 879 deaths among 22,082 confirmed cases.- PTI2.30 pm | SingaporeSingapore reports 506 new cases, most of them foreign workersSingapore reported 506 new COVID-19 cases, the majority of them being foreign workers residing in dormitories, taking the total number of infections in the country to 34,366.According to the Health ministry, there were five community cases. Two community cases are Singapore citizens or permanent residents (foreigners), and three are work pass holders (also foreigners).The vast majority of the new cases are work permit holders residing in foreign-worker dormitories, it said.- PTI2.15 pm | DelhiAir India's Delhi-Moscow flight returns midway as ground team realises pilot is COVID-19 positiveAn Air India flight from Delhi to Moscow had to return midway after the airline’s ground team found out that one of the pilots had tested positive for novel coronavirus, officials said.“When the A320 plane, which did not have any passengers as it was heading to Moscow to bring back stranded Indians under Vande Bharat Mission, had reached Uzbekistan’s airspace, our team on ground realised that one of the pilots had tested COVID-positive,” senior Air India officials said.“The flight was immediately asked to return. It came back to Delhi at around 12.30 p.m. on Saturday,” the officials said. The crew has been quarantined. Another plane would be sent to Moscow to bring back the stranded Indians, according to the officials.- PTI2.00 pm | New DelhiAt least two employees of MEA test positive for coronavirusAt least two employees serving at the headquarters of the Ministry of External Affairs here have tested positive for the novel coronavirus following which all the staffers who came in contact with them were asked to go for self-quarantine for 14 days.An officer working at the legal wing of the ministry and a consultant with the Central Europe Division tested positive for the infection earlier this week, sources told PTI.1.30 pm | New DelhiRising cases in Delhi a cause for concern, but trying to stay four steps ahead of virus: Kejriwal"Over the last few days, coronavirus cases are rising rapidly in Delhi. We accept this. We accept that it is a cause for concern," Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said.He, however, said, "we cannot live in a state of complete lockdown forever," adding, "we are trying to remain four steps ahead of the virus.""As the Chief Minister of Delhi, I am concerned about two things: that deaths should not increase and that there should be adequate medical facilities for those getting infected," he said.We had 4,400 dedicated COVID-19 beds during the previous conference, he said, and added, "since then we have arranged 2,100 more beds. There are now around 6,600 such beds available.""As many as 8,500 coronavirus cases increased in the last 15 days but there was an increase of only around 500 patients at city hospitals during the same time."That cases are increasing is a matter of concern; but the maximum number of patients have mild symptoms and are getting treated as well as cured at home, he said."There were some instances of patients facing inconvenience at hospitals; we have created an app for coronavirus patients, which is in the final stage of testing to help all such patients, which will be launched on Monday," Mr. Kejriwal said"I have a request for those indulging in dirty politics even at this time- please stop. We, as a nation, are in a tough place and this is not the time for such things," the Delhi CM said.- Jatin Anand1.15 pm | Jammu and KashmirPolice station declared ‘out of bounds’ after cop tests positive J&K’s KathuaA police station in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir was declared ‘out of bounds’ after a policeman posted there tested positive for COVID-19, officials said.Shailendra Mishra, Senior Superintendent of Police, Kathua, said the police station was closed for visitors and would remain out of bounds till the time all the personnel deployed there test negative for the virus.The women's police station, Kathua, will take complaints till then, he said.- PTI1.00 pm | KarnatakaSpitting of paan, tobacco products an offence in Karnataka nowThe Karnataka government has banned spitting of tobacco products and paan at public places, in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the State.According to an order issued by the Department of Health and Family Welfare, chewing and spitting tobacco or tobacco made products will be an offence and will attract a jail term. Bihar and Jharkhand has also made spitting of tobacco at public places an offence under the Epidemic Act.12.30 pm | RajasthanOne more COVID-19 death in RajasthanOne more COVID-19 death was reported in Jaipur on Saturday, taking the total number of fatalities in the State to 185.49 new positive cases were reported in the State taking the total number of coronavirus cases to 8,414 while the maximum cases are from Jaipur (1,934).A total of 5,290 COVID-19 patients have recovered and 4,585 have been discharged so far. There are 2,939 active cases in the state now, officials said.12.05 pm | KarnatakaNo total lockdown for Karnataka tomorrowThe State government on Saturday announced that there will be no total lockdown on Sunday and all activities will be allowed between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.However, an order issued by Chief Secretary T M Vijay Bhaskar said that curfew will be imposed from 7 p.m. on Sunday till 7 a.m. on Monday.A few days ago, the State government had announced total lockdown on Sundays in an attempt to contain the movement of the people as well spread of the COVID-19 cases.11.50 am | Madhya PradeshIndore tally rises to 3,431With Indore reporting 87 more coronavirus positive cases in the last 24 hours, the tally of such patients in the district mounted to 3,431. As three more persons succumbed to the infection in the district, the number of victims rose to 129.Indore is one of the worst-affected districts in the country in terms of the coronavirus outbreak.Indore’s Chief Medical and Health Officer (CMHO) Praveen Jadia said that 87 people tested coronavirus positive in the last 24 hours, due to which the number of patients grew to 3,431 from 3,344. - PTI11.40 am | DelhiLNJP Hospital's medical director tests positiveMedical Director of Delhi government-run Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital has tested positive for COVID-19, said hospital authorities on Saturday.LNJP Hospital has the highest number of COVID-19 patients among hospitals in the city. - Nikhil M. Babu11.30 am | Tamil NaduBack to work Chennai police Commissioner A. K. Viswanathan giving away certificates to policemen who are rejoining duty after being treated for Coronavirus on Saturday.   | Photo Credit: S. R. Raghunathan As many as 62 policemen who recovered from COVID-19 joined duty on Saturday after being quarantined for two weeks post treatment.Chennai Police Commissioner A. K. Viswanathan appreciated the effort of these policemen in the line of duty.11.20 am | Andhra PradeshVirus spreads to interior villages in Prakasam districtSix more patients, including three women from interior villages, tested positive for coronavirus in Prakasam district in the last 24 hours.Alarmed over the spread of the disease to remote places in the district, health officials unveiled the cluster containment strategy in H.M.Padu and Cumbum mandals.Five of the new patients from Nallagantla village, near Hanumanthanipadu (H.M.Padu) in Prakasam district, have been infected after visiting Chennai, while the sixth person hailing from Cumbum had contracted the disease during his visit to Guntur, COVID-19 nodal officer John Richardson said. Read more  11.10 am | KarnatakaGuidelines for prayers in masjidsAs mosques are set to open in Karnataka on June 1, a group of Islamic organisations in consultation with scholars and the community have issued guidelines on offering prayers.It states that it is the responsibility of masjid committees to ensure government regulations are implemented and health precautions are taken. Masjid floors and washrooms should be regularly cleaned with disinfectants.Those going to pray have been asked to perform the cleansing ritual at home and bring their own prayer mats. People have to wear masks and use sanitizers, and spend as little time as possible at prayer halls.Senior citizens, children and those with cold, cough and fever have been asked not to visit the masjids. Read more  11.00 am | PuducherryFour persons test positive for COVID- 19 in Puducherry on Saturday. Active cases stand at 37. Total cases 60 with 23 discharged. - Rajesh B. Nair10.50 am | MaharashtraBacklog effect: Mumbai’s recovered cases jump from 8,650 to 16,008On the positive side, the city’s recovered cases zoomed 85% in a single day from 8,650 on Thursday to 16,008 on Friday, thanks to a backlog of recovered patients from recent weeks being updated.Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) health officials stressed that 715 patients were discharged on Friday, while the rest of the 6,643 patients had already recovered over the past few weeks. Read more  10.40 am | West BengalGovt., private offices in Bengal to open from June 8West Bengal Chief Minister on Friday announced relaxations to lockdown and said all government and private offices would open in the State from June 8.“Public sector and private offices will function with 100% staff from June 8. Schools will remain closed in June,” she said. Religious institutions and places of worship would be opened from June 1. Tea and Jute sectors would operate with 100% staff from June 1. Read more  10.30 am | Tamil Nadu30 convicts test positive at Puzhal Central Prison Though prisoners were advised to follow safety norms, places like the dining area were often crowded.    Thirty convicts lodged in the Puzhal Central Prison-I tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, triggering panic among other prisoners and their family members.With a majority of the patients not showing any symptoms, prison authorities, in consultation with the Health Department and Chennai Corporation officials, decided to quarantine them in a separate block on campus. Read more  10.15 amNinety-six COVID-19 positive cases were detected in quarantine centres in Odisha on Saturday pushing the State’s total to 1,819, according to the State Health Department. Active cases now stands at 833.- Prafulla Das10.00 amAssam suffers largest single-day spike with 177 cases, crosses 1,000-mark: OfficialsWith 177 more persons testing positive for coronavirus infection in the steepest single-day spike till date, COVID-19 cases crossed 1,000-mark in Assam on Friday, Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.The total number of infected cases in the state stood at 1,057 on Friday, he added.The state breached both the 900 and 1000 marks on Friday, reporting 30 during the day, 25 in the evening, 89 in the night and 33 at midnight, the minister said.- PTI9.00 amSouth Korea has another 39 cases linked to warehouseSouth Korea on Saturday reported 39 new cases of the coronavirus, most of them in the densely populated Seoul area where officials have linked scores of infections to warehouse workers.Figures from South Korea’s Centres for Disease Control and Prevention brought national totals to 11,441 confirmed cases and 269 deaths- AP One more COVID-19 death in Jharkhand, total cases 521One more person died due to COVID-19 in Jharkhand on Friday, taking the death toll due to the disease to five while the number of cases rose to 521 with 45 more people testing positive for coronavirus in the state, a government bulletin said.- PTI7.00 amU.S. records 1,225 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, says tallyThe United States recorded 1,225 coronavirus deaths on Friday, bringing its total to 1,02,798 since the global pandemic began, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.The country has officially logged 17,45,606 overall cases of the virus, far more than any other nation, the Baltimore-based university's tracker showed at 0030 GMT on Saturday. 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2020-05-3018 test positive after attending COVID-19 patient's funeral in Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
18 test positive after attending COVID-19 patient's funeral in UlhasnagarBy Agencies18 test positive after attending COVID-19 patient's funeral in UlhasnagarBL SoniAt least 18 mourners, who attended the funeral of a COVID-19 patient, have tested positive for the infection in Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district, a civic official said on Saturday.Defying prohibitory orders, at least 70 persons had attended the funeral of a 40-year-old woman, who had tested positive for the virus post her death, a spokesperson of the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation said.The woman's body was handed over to her family with specific instructions to not open the bag, but they opened the wrapped body to perform the last rites on May 25, the official said.The police were first alerted about the funeral, following which the civic authorities were notified, he said.When the 70 mourners, including close relatives, were tested for the infection, reports of 18 came out positive on Friday, he said.A case has been registered against the deceased's family for violating provisions of the Epidemic Act, the official added.In a similar incident earlier this month, when a 50 -year-old patient died of the infection, the deceased's family unwrapped the body to perform last rites and at least 20 people contracted the infection. (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)ulhasnagarUlhasnagar Municipal CorporationCOVID 19Coronavirus,Recent StoriesChina to impose visa restrictions on US individuals acting viciously on Hong Kong-related issues No disconnection of power supply; 3 EMIs if bill is more than double of the averageMumbai: Civic chief cracks the whip on offenders; mask must even in vehicleAction against Tablighi Jamaat foreigners: Govt rapped FPJ FOLLOW UP: Maharashtra Government launches largest plasma therapy project 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
2020-05-30Ulhasnagar: 18 people who attended last rites of Covid patient test positive - Times of India
Ulhasnagar: 18 people who attended last rites of Covid patient test positiveUlhasnagar: 18 people who attended last rites of Covid patient test positivePradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: May 30, 2020, 16:03 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: In yet another incident, 18 people who attended the funeral of a 40-year-old Covid positive woman in Ulhasnagar recently tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday. This is the second case in the city in one month wherein relatives violated the government's order while handling Covid-19 patient's body during the last rites. On May 5, similarly after the death of a 50-year old suspect Covid-19 patient at Khanna Compound area, relatives in large numbers attended last rites of deceased resulting so far over 20 close relatives and friends have tested positive. If health department officials of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation to believe than in recent case also a woman taking treatment at the private hospital died on May 25 and before her death due to suspect, a doctor had conducted her Covid-19 test which later was tested positive. The health officials said while handling body of deceased doctor at Central hospital had explained family about guidelines which needs to be followed during last rites that include not touching death body while performing all rituals and bag of pack dead body should be unzipped. However, it is found that after taking the body on May 25, the family kept it at Hira Ghat area based Budh Vihar hall where over 70 people were present including relatives. After conducting the ritual, they took the body to shamshan bhumi where they even unzipped packed body and served water over it before last rites. The health officials said when tests results of deceased came positive and team came to know about violation of the order by family during last rites, the health team quarantined over 50 people and conducted their tests resulting 18 tested positive. The health team is now trying to find out other close contacts of positive patients and also planning about filing an FIR against family members. Suhas Manholkar, chief health officer of UMC said, "We already several times have appealed to the public and again would like to appeal follow rules laid down by state government about how to handle such bodies during last rites". Manholkar further said, "As deceased's relative have violated rules we have decided to file an FIR against culprit". On Saturday with 33 more testing positive for Covid-19, the number has reached 305 in the city. 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2020-05-30Ulhasnagar: Relatives of coronavirus victim flout guidelines by opening body bag, 18 test positive - India Today
Ulhasnagar: Relatives of coronavirus victim flout guidelines by opening body bag, 18 test positive Ulhasnagar: Relatives of coronavirus victim flout guidelines by opening body bag, 18 test positiveMunicipal authorities are now tracking down people who attended the funeral of the victim, a middle-aged woman. A senior officer says a police case will be filed against the relatives.advertisement Divyesh Singh MumbaiMay 30, 2020UPDATED: May 30, 2020 09:40 IST Image for representation: ReutersAs many as 18 relatives of an Ulhasnagar woman who died of the coronavirus this week tested positive on Friday after they violated guidelines by opening her body bag.This, barely three weeks after a case was registered against relatives of another coronavirus victim for violating cremation guidelines. They, too, opened the body bag. Twenty family members and funeral attendees tested positive.In the more recent case, a 40-year-old woman who died on May 25 had been showing symptoms of Covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. The hospital conducted a test.Her mortal remains were wrapped in a body bag and handed to her relatives; they were asked not to open it and take it directly for cremation.But they took the bag to a monastery, opened it and touched the body while performing rituals before the funeral.Almost a hundred people were at the funeral, sources say.Municipal authorities in Ulhasnagar found out. When test results showed that the victim had been carrying the virus, as many as 50 relatives were quarantined, out of whom 18 tested positive on Friday.The authorities are now trying to track down the others who were at the funeral."We are going file a police case against the relatives who, despite being told about the guidelines, violated them on purpose and put so many others at risk," a senior Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation official said."Despite repeated requests, they have done this, and now so many others have tested positive to Covid-19," the official said.On Friday, 32 new coronavirus cases brought Ulhasnagar's total to 305.ALSO READ | Mumbai: CM in favour of running local trains for emergency servicesVIDEO | How Mumbai can stop Covid-19 spread: BMC commissioner exclusiveIndiaToday.in has plenty of useful resources that can help you better understand the coronavirus pandemic and protect yourself. Read our comprehensive guide (with information on how the virus spreads, precautions and symptoms), watch an expert debunk myths, and access our dedicated coronavirus page.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 byGanesh Kumar Radha Udayakumar Tags :Follow UlhasnagarFollow MaharashtraFollow Coronavirus Next advertisement READ THIS 5 reasons why India's fight against coronavirus is set to get nastier Health ministry skips media briefings as coronavirus cases soar. Why so silent? In April, Govt predicted zero new Covid-19 case by May 16. What went wrong? Covid-19 Tracker: State-wise data, daily trends, patients cured, deaths and moreRecommendedWatch Right Now 03:15 Good news: National Law School alumni pay for flights of 180 stranded migrants  27:53 Can economy be revived with lockdown on? 01:51 Haryana to seal its border with Delhi again 04:14 Hong Kong no longer autonomous from China: Mike Pompeo 00:32 Image of the day: Baby plays with cloth covering his dead mother's body in Muzaffarpur Top Takes 00:46 Maharashtra reports 2,598 coronavirus cases in 24 hours, total tally over 56,000 02:28 Triple murder case: Tejashwi Yadav stopped by cops on way to Gopalganj 00:59 Donald Trump signs executive order targeting Twitter after fact-check rowadvertisement 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
2020-05-30Coronavirus in Mumbai: Pappu Khan among other migrant labourers to suffer amid lockdown - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: Pappu Khan among other migrant labourers to suffer amid lockdownBy Narsi BenwalBL SoniWith no money for him to continue living at hi amid the lockdown, Pappu Khan from Bhiwandi was compelled to borrow hand loan from his contacts to meet ends. Now, he desperately wants to go back to his hometown in Uttar Pradesh as the hand loans borrowed during the lockdown period has reached the tune of nearly Rs 80,000.Khan, who is a scrap dealer in Bhiwandi, was seen sitting on a footpath at Kurla with his wife, brother and sister-in-law. Both the brothers have three children each, all below the age of 10 years.They sat in the scorching heat for hours without food and water at Kurla, after they were shunted by the local police, from Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT). "We came to Kurla in a mini tempo on early Saturday morning from Bhiwandi, after paying nearly Rs 2,000 for the journey. We queued up in the serpentine line on the platform, however, the police did not allow us to board the train to UP and shooed all of us away," Khan told FPJ."After being shunted, we decided to wait on a nearby footpath with a hope that the cops might allow us to board the other train but nothing of such happened. We did not eat since morning and were given only a few packets of biscuit by an NGO and two bottles of water to be shared among all our family members," Khan claimed.After spending hours under the sun, the distressed family had a reason to rejoice as they got in touch with a local politician from Gonda, UP, who lives in Kurla and is helping residents of the village, go back to their homes."We were given some tokens and asked to go to CSMT, where trains were waiting for passengers. We immediately left from Kurla in a BEST bus. We were allowed to board the bus only after the politician spoke to BEST representatives," Khan claimed.However, boarding a train was not a cakewalk for the Khan family. "Soon after we reached CSMT, we saw a huge crowd of over thousands of other migrant workers wanting to go back home. We were asked to join the queue near the train, which was stationed on a platform and then were given a few biscuit packets again by an NGO. We had a few bucks left and those were used to purchase water," Khan added.However, there is no clarity whether the Khan family boarded the train or not as he was unreachable when contacted.Also ReadOne size fits all approach won’t work in Rental Housing markets, says Knight Frank India and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (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)migrant labourersCoronavirus in MumbaiPappu Khansuffer amid lockdownRecent StoriesCyclonic storm likely to hit Gujarat, Maharashtra; Uddhav Thackeray warns fishermen against venturing outUS to designate ANTIFA as terrorist organisation: Donald Trump 'There will be repercussions...': Amit Shah warns 'Bharat Tere Tukde Honge conspirators' against challenging unity of IndiaFinal year UG/PG students to be given average marks of previous semesters: CM Uddhav Thackeray 'Fully equipped to handle COVID-19', says Maha CM Uddhav Thackeray as 'Mission Begin Again' commences 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
2020-05-30Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai NMMC tests 7535 people per million population, higher than many states - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai: NMMC tests 7,535 people per million population, higher than many statesBy Amit SrivastavaAs testing is the only tool to know the number of people infected with COVID-19, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) is much ahead compared to other states in the country. The civic body has tested 7500 people per million population for COVID-19.This has helped the local body to control the spread of coronavirus and have a cure ratio over 58 per cent.According to the health department of NMMC, the civic body has taken swab samples of total 11,302 till May 29. “We have tested 7,535 people per million population to date,” said an official from the civic health department. The city has around 15 lakh population.The official stated that counts of confirmed cases depend on how much tests we actually carry out. “There is no other way to check whether a person is infected with the virus. Therefore, only tests can tell how it is spreading,” added the official.“The civic body is testing more than many states like Bihar, Bengal, and Jharkhand,” said another civic official. He added that in order to properly monitor the spread of the virus, there is a need to do more testing.“We have already started mass screening in slums and containment zones. People with symptoms are tested with COVID-19 to ascertain whether he is infected or not,” said the official, adding that this drive will continue till June 9.Now, there are only 775 active patients in its jurisdiction with 1158 cured. Civic chief claims that some key decision like shutting down APMC for a week, no permission for alcohol sale among few has helped to contain the spread of the virus in Navi Mumbai.The APMC was closed for a week from May 11 to May 17 after a spike in positive cases in the city and the majority of them were reported from the APMC. Of the 1996 positive cases reported in the city, around 600 of them were either directly or indirectly related to the APMC alone. Till May 29, a total of 63 deaths reported with a 3 percent mortality rate.Meanwhile, the Navi Mumbai police has stopped registering for Shramik Train. According to police, some of them could not be sent due to non-approval from their states. However, their numbers were low and were sent on Saturday by clustering with other groups from the CSMT.Sanjay Kumar, Navi Mumbai police commissioner appreciated Vinod Chavan, assistant commissioner of police (Crime Branch) for migrants to repatriate them smoothly. Chavan, for the past two months, ensured the strict implementation of lockdown, distribution of dry food among needy and registering migrants to send them back to their native places. (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)navi mumbaiCoronavirusNMMC tests Recent StoriesCyclonic storm likely to hit Gujarat, Maharashtra; Uddhav Thackeray warns fishermen against venturing outUS to designate ANTIFA as terrorist organisation: Donald Trump 'There will be repercussions...': Amit Shah warns 'Bharat Tere Tukde Honge conspirators' against challenging unity of IndiaFinal year UG/PG students to be given average marks of previous semesters: CM Uddhav Thackeray 'Fully equipped to handle COVID-19', says Maha CM Uddhav Thackeray as 'Mission Begin Again' commences 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
2020-05-30COVID-19 LIVE Updates: BMC starts using SRK's office for COVID-19 patients, State recorded the highest number - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 LIVE Updates: BMC starts using SRK's office for COVID-19 patients, State recorded the highest number of deaths on FridayMay 30, 2020, 09.33AMCOVID-19 LIVE Updates: BMC starts using SRK's office for COVID-19 patients, State recorded the highest number of deaths on FridayOn Friday, 116 people succumbed to COVID-19 virus in Maharashtra, the highest number of deaths recorded by the state in a single day. With 2,682 fresh cases reported in the state, the total tally is at 62,228 and the number of people who have lost their lives due to the virus is 2098, stated the health department.In some relief, Dadar managed to keep its count down owing to early intervention and social discipline. On the other hand, COVID-19 patients are unable to get adequate supply of oxygen at a BMC-run hospital in Jogeshwari. 12 people lost their lives in just two weeks due to low oxygen pressure.Meanwhile, after Mirror reported that Shah Rukh Khan's Khar office is lying unused, the BMC on Friday finally opened and moved Covid-19 patients into the office which was converted into a Covid-19 isolation centre. Stay tuned to get all LIVE updates here.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-05-30 09:33(IST) India records highest spike of COVID-19 fresh cases in 24 hoursOn Saturday, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare stated that India recorded the highest spike of 7,964 new COVID-19 cases and 265 deaths in the last 24 hours. The total number of cases in the country now at 1,73,763 including 86422 active cases, 82370 cured/discharged/migrated and 4971 deaths.2020-05-30 08:57(IST) No arrangements for menstrual hygiene, rue residents, female staffWhile COVID-19 does not differentiate between genders, when it comes to fighting the pandemic, the approach of the authorities seems skewed towards males. Now, female nursing staffers working in the containment areas of Pune have claimed that women staying in these hotspots are finding it immensely difficult to procure menstrual hygiene products. This is because the authorities — who have shut down all shops to prevent spread of the infection — have provided ration kits to them minus sanitary pads, forcing thousands of women to use cloth during their periods. 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2020-05-3018 mourners test corona +ve in Thane - United News of India
18 mourners test corona +ve in ThaneThane, May 30 (UNI) In yet another incident, 18 people in Ulhasnagar town of the district have been tested positive for Coronavirus after they allegedly attended the funeral of a COVID-19 infected patient in violation of Epidemics Act. On May 25, a 40-year-old woman died while being treated at a private hospital in the township. The doctors at the hospital took her swab test on suspicion and the report came positive for COVID-19. When the body was handed over to the relatives fully packed with instructions to perform the last rites without opening the wrapper, the relatives did not heed the instructions and performed the funeral as per customs and traditions. Later when the relatives and others, who attended the funeral, were tested for COVID-19, 18 of them were found infected with the disease on Friday, a UMC spokesman said . While, the others have been quarantined. As the family members had violated the instructions and the provisions of the Epidemics Act, a criminal offence has been registered against them, sources added. In a similar incident in early May, after the death of a 50-year-old person, the relatives had performed the last rites in alleged violation of the orders. Of those who attended the funeral, 20 got infected and tested positive for Covid-19. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation then registered a complaint with the Ulhasnagar police station against those who had violated the regulations. 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2020-05-29Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 29 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 29By FPJ Web DeskRepresentative Image ANI Photo Pune Municipal Corporation Mayor Murlidhar Mohol on Friday evening said that 242 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in Pune and the total COVID-19 cases in the city are 6,093.He added that 186 patients became free from COVID-19 and the total patients free from the virus are 3,450.Here is a list of new micro-containment zones in Pune:1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898)2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Dandekar pool vashat Final Plot no 1A, 2A, 2B, 28, 585, 587, 587 Aambil stream colony area5. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi area6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: IIT-Bombay reports first fatality due to COVID-197. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala Road8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar area16. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashat17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahat19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 65820. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir.21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 BAlso ReadWatch: Vindu Dara Singh flies from Chandigarh to Mumbai, shares glimpses from the airport 22. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area26. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc.28. Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti Premises30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao area31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF PremisesAlso ReadBombay HC refuses to stop online sale of liquor in Mumbai; forwards petition to BMC chief Iqbal Chahal   33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areas34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15B37. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid Premises38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 1841. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar area42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canalAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Cop attached to Bandra police station succumbs to virus; state police death toll reaches reaches 2544. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67)47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 Shivajinagar48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 5950. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi Area51. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plaza52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus in Thane: Police personnel testing positive for COVID-19 reaches 136 57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir Premises59. Hadapsar, Adarsh ​​Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side PremisesAlso ReadMadhya Pradesh: Samples of 1,700 people taken for ICMR's COVID-19 surveyMeanwhile, in Pimpri Chinchwad, 26 fresh cases rose on Friday and the total positive cases are 497.Here is a list of containment zones in the twin-city:1. Kharalwadi2. Shivneri Colony, Pimple Gurav3. Rupeenagar4. Vijaynagar, Dighi5. Madhuban Society, Old Sanghvi6. Indiranagar, Chinchwad7. Sathenagar, Charholi8. Shubhashree RH Society, Pimple Saudagar9. Banakarvasti, Moshi10. Bajaj School Area, Sambhajinagar11. New Angels School, Talwade12. Woodsville, Moshi13. Kalewadi14. Mohan Nagar15. Tamhanewasti16. Tapkir Chowk, Charholi17. Nikamvasti, Charholi18. Landgenagar19. Kaspatewasti, Wakad20. Dattanagar, Thergaon21. Guruvihar Society, Bhosari22. Hutatma Chowk, Bhosari23. Chatrapati Chowk, Rahatni24. Anand Nagar, Chinchwad Station25. Chakrapani vashat, BhosariAlso ReadJackie Shroff tries his hand at pottery amid COVID-19 lockdown 26. Pawna Nagar, Old Sanghvi27. Shubhashree CHS, Akurdi28. Vikas Nagar, Kiwale29. Tambe school, Rahatni30. Phugewadi31. Sai Paradise, Pimple Saudagar32. Panchadurg, Rupeenagar33. Kawade Nagar, Pimple Gurav34. Umbrella Garden, Sambhajinagar35. Amrutdhara, Dighi36. Morevasti37. Bhatnagar38. Gyn Aangan Society, Rahatni39. Hanuman Colony, Bhosari40. Kshitij Destination, Bhosari41. Alankapuram Road, Bhosari42. Sadhguru colony, wakad43. Srikrishna Colony, Rahatni44. Shardanagar, Chikhali45. Walhekarwadi46. Akash Raj, RavetAlso ReadAmid coronavirus lockdown and migrant crisis, SC to hear petition to change name from India to Bharat (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. 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2020-05-29Maharashtra adds 403 deaths in four days, says ‘active cases’ 33,000 - Times of India
Maharashtra adds 403 deaths in four days, says ‘active cases’ 33,000Top Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiLocust Attack in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona CasesMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberMumbai LockdownMaharashtra adds 403 deaths in four days, says ‘active cases’ 33,000Bhavika Jain & Malathy Iyer | TNN | May 30, 2020, 04:30 ISTMigrants gathered near Lokmanya Tilak Terminus on Friday, as 13 trains were to departMUMBAI: In the past four days, the state has added 403 deaths. The state government attributed this jump in deaths to bookkeeping. Of 116 deaths reported on Friday, 46 have occurred in the past two days, while 70 are from the period May 16 to 26, the state bulletin said. These cases were added in the tally on Friday. The state has so far discharged 26,997 patients in all as on Friday, so active cases, or cases under treatment, were 33,124, the government said. Most recoveries were reported from Mumbai – the country’s hotspot accounting for 41% of its total cases and 25% of its toll. Mumbai’s recovery percentage jumped by 84.9% on Friday as 16,008 recoveries were recorded as against 8,650 on Thursday, even as 1,447 people tested positive and 38 died. State and BMC officials, however, clarified the 85% jump in recoveries too was a bookkeeping exercise. “Previous discharges have also been included in Friday’s tally after figures were updated on the Covid-19 website,” said a senior state health official. A civic official said 715 people were discharged from various hospitals and quarantine centres in the city on Friday. With Friday’s correction, the city now accounts for 38% of all recoveries in the country. Out of 38 deaths in the city, 28 patients had co-morbidities. While 22 victims were men, 16 were women. Only two victims were under 40 years of age, 16 were between 40 and 60 years old, and 20 were above 60. “The next two weeks are crucial in Mumbai as the city could be facing its peak as far as the number of cases are concerned,” said Dr Shashank Joshi, dean of the Indian College of Physicians. “We need to focus on better tracing, aggressive treatment and care strategies,” he said, adding mild cases in the city were doing well. A BMC health official said growth rate of cases in Mumbai between May 22 and 27 stood at 5%. Officials said with the recovery rate increasing and doubling rate up to 15.7 days from 11, the state will ensure beds are freed up for new cases. Meanwhile, 18 relatives and friends who attended the funeral of a 40-year-old Covid suspect woman tested positive on Friday. This is the second case in Ulhasnagar in a month in which relatives violated government order while handling the body during last rites. 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2020-05-29Covid case count in Kalyan is 942 - Hindustan Times
2020-05-29COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 300-mark; Badlapur, Ambernath witness a drop in numbers - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 300-mark; Badlapur, Ambernath witness a drop in numbersYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 300-mark; Badlapur, Ambernath witness a drop in numbersBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 29, 2020, 21:29 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: In just four days, Ulhasnagar recorded almost 100 COVID-19 cases, and on Friday, the tally of positive cases zoomed past 300. The city reported 33 fresh cases on coronavirus and the total number now stands at 304 along with 10 deaths. Hiraghat (Ulhasnagar-3) emerged as a new hotspot after 17 persons tested positive for the virus including a one-year-old boy. Five people contracted the virus in Anand Nagar while four people came out to be positive in Samrat Ashok Nagar. Two people tested positive for COVID-19 in Subhash Tekdi, whereas one person each from Santosh Nagar, Bewas Chowk, Subhash Nagar and OT Section (Ulhasnagar-3) has been diagnosed with the infection. So far, 120 people have been cured and discharged in Ulhasnagar, as per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. On the other hand, Badlapur witnessed a drop in the daily count as it reported only two cases of COVID-19 on Friday. 206 people have tested positive for the virus until now with seven fatalities. A 28-year-old woman from Swami Siddhivinayak Tower, Old Katrap Road has tested positive. She has been traced as the contact of a previously infected person. A 44-year-old woman from Parth Complex (TV Tower), who worked as a nurse in a COVID designated hospital has also contracted the virus. Meanwhile, Ambernath's COVID tally climbed to 114 with 11 new cases on Friday. Three people have succumbed to the virus so far in the city. According to the Ambernath Municipal Corporation, 47 patients have been cured of the infection while the remaining are undergoing treatment in designated hospitals in and around the city. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeWork seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesYou never saw resignation letter as this KFC employee wrote.ArborBlog.ComWin in the 2020 global app economy with AdjustET BrandEquity Order & Enjoy Healthy Snacking @home. 10% OFF on 1st order!Healthy MasterYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsPriority Protect Mask P95 with 6-layer filter–Pack of 3 @295PriorityHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesThe Sanctuary - Premium Plots on Whitefield-Sarjapur RoadThe SanctuaryI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTO
2020-05-28COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 26 new cases; Badlapur crosses 200-mark while Ambernath tally zooms - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 26 new cases; Badlapur crosses 200-mark while Ambernath tally zooms past 100You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 26 new cases; Badlapur crosses 200-mark while Ambernath tally zooms past 100By Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 28, 2020, 21:18 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 26 fresh cases of coronavirus on Thursday taking the total number of infected persons in the township to 272. So far, nine people have succumbed to the virus and 110 people have been cured and discharged, as per the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Out of the 26 new cases, 15 are from Samrat Ashok Nagar itself, while four are from the Chopra Court area. Three cases have come up in Hiraghat, one in Ambedkar Nagar (Khemani) and one each in Kurla Camp Road and Laxmi Dham Apartment area, respectively. On the other hand, Badlapur crossed the 200-mark on Thursday with 12 fresh cases. The city's tally now stands at 204 with seven deaths. A BMC security guard from DP Road, Katrap has tested positive, while a BMC worker from Shiv Shanti Apartment, Katrap has contracted the virus. A Mumbai Police personnel from Vedant Nakshatra, Rameshwadi and a man from Datta Wadi deployed with the Ulhasnagar Police has come out to be positive. Two persons each from Datta Chowk and Shivaji Chowk while one person each from Old Katrap Road, Om Shubh Ashish Society, Swami Vivekanand Nagar and Manjarli have also tested positive. Meanwhile, with 18 new cases in Ambernath, the city's tally has surged past 100. At present, it has 103 COVID-19 cases along with two fatalities. According to the Ambernath Municipal Corporation, 43 people have been discharged so far, and the remaining are undergoing treatment in designated hospitals in and around the city. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesSelling your house for cash might be easier than you think.Sell Your HousePoonam Saxena makes Rs.8500/day from home!Career Times You never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsPlay and win cash India's first real money 3D poker.STICK POOL CLUBChina is reportedly adding troops on the Ladakh borderBUSINESS INSIDERInsure, renew policies online - Bajaj Allianz Website & AppBajaj AllianzI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTOScholarly presents Quiz for students in class XI and XIIScholarly
2020-05-28Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 28 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 28By FPJ Web DeskRepresentative Image ANI Photo Pune Municipal Corporation Mayor Murlidhar Mohol on Thursday evening said that 318 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in Pune and the total COVID-19 cases in the city are 5,851.He added that 204 patients became free from COVID-19 and the total patients free from the virus are 3,264.Here is a list of new micro-containment zones in Pune:1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898)2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Dandekar pool vashat Final Plot no 1A, 2A, 2B, 28, 585, 587, 587 Aambil stream colony area5. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi area6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth.Also ReadStop believing WhatsApp rumours, there's no locust swarm heading for Mumbai 7. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala Road8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar area16. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashat17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahatAlso ReadMumbai Crime: Jogeshwari man held for stabbing 'friend' with ice pick who did not share beer 19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 65820. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir.21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 B22. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area26. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc.28. Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full new list of COVID-19 containment zones in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe released by NMMC as of May 28 30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao area31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF Premises33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areas34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15B37. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid Premises38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 18Also ReadMumbai cop loses battle with COVID-19; Twitter mourns demise of 'corona warrior' 41. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar area42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canal44. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67)47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 Shivajinagar48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 5950. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi Area51. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plaza52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Police head constable succumbs to COVID-19 57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir Premises59. Hadapsar, Adarsh ​​Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side PremisesAlso ReadMumbai: Former Congress corporator Brian Miranda booked for misbehaving with woman copMeanwhile, in Pimpri Chinchwad 20 fresh cases rose on Thursday and the total positive cases are 471.Here is a list of containment zones in the twin-city:1. Kharalwadi2. Shivneri Colony, Pimple Gurav3. Rupeenagar4. Vijaynagar, Dighi5. Madhuban Society, Old Sanghvi6. Indiranagar, Chinchwad7. Sathenagar, Charholi8. Shubhashree RH Society, Pimple Saudagar9. Banakarvasti, Moshi10. Bajaj School Area, Sambhajinagar11. New Angels School, Talwade12. Woodsville, Moshi13. Kalewadi14. Mohan Nagar15. Tamhanewasti16. Tapkir Chowk, Charholi17. Nikamvasti, Charholi18. Landgenagar19. Kaspatewasti, Wakad20. Dattanagar, Thergaon21. Guruvihar Society, Bhosari22. Hutatma Chowk, Bhosari23. Chatrapati Chowk, Rahatni24. Anand Nagar, Chinchwad Station25. Chakrapani vashat, BhosariAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Mira Road cops beat COVID-19; welcomed back with flowers and applause 26. Pawna Nagar, Old Sanghvi27. Shubhashree CHS, Akurdi28. Vikas Nagar, Kiwale29. Tambe school, Rahatni30. Phugewadi31. Sai Paradise, Pimple Saudagar32. Panchadurg, Rupeenagar33. Kawade Nagar, Pimple Gurav34. Umbrella Garden, Sambhajinagar35. Amrutdhara, Dighi36. Morevasti37. Bhatnagar38. Gyn Aangan Society, Rahatni39. Hanuman Colony, Bhosari40. Kshitij Destination, Bhosari41. Alankapuram Road, Bhosari42. Sadhguru colony, wakad43. Srikrishna Colony, Rahatni44. Shardanagar, Chikhali45. Walhekarwadi46. Akash Raj, RavetAlso ReadGoogle launches new programme to stop Covid-19 scammers (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)punePimpri ChinchwadCOVID-19Coronavirus PandemicRecent StoriesMumbai cop loses battle with COVID-19; Twitter mourns demise of 'corona warrior'Good News for Real Estate: MoHUA issues advisory on extension of validity and time limit of all approvals, NOCs Premier League set to return on June 17Lockdown 5.0? Amit Shah speaks to Chief Ministers; seeks their views on extensionHaryana to 'completely seal' its borders with Delhi, says state HM Anil Vij 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
2020-05-27Mumbai to add 40 ICU beds at Worli jumbo facility as covid-19 tally rises to 34,018 - Livemint
Mumbai to add 40 ICU beds at Worli jumbo facility as covid-19 tally rises to 34,018 Image for representation purposes only. (AP) Mumbai to add 40 ICU beds at Worli jumbo facility as covid-19 tally rises to 34,018 2 min read . Updated: 27 May 2020, 11:00 PM IST Kalpana Pathak Presently, there are over 1,000 isolation beds at the BKC Modular Hospital, while the Racecourse Modular Hospital at Mahalaxmi has 300 beds and 650 beds are operational at NSCI dome in Worli Share Via Read Full Story Topics Covid-19 As covid-19 tally crossed the 34,000-mark in Mumbai, the city’s municipal body, on Wednesday, said it was planning to add 40 new Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds at the National Sports Complex of India (NSCI) in Worli, a make-shift jumbo hospital created for covid-19 patients. “While the construction of 40-bed ICU at the corona care centre at NSCI in Worli is in full swing, various works at Mahalakshmi Racecourse facility are also nearing completion. The remaining works will be completed in the next wo days and both these facilities will be operational from Saturday (30 May, 2020)," Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal said in a statement on Thursday. Presently, there are over 1,000 isolation beds at the BKC Modular Hospital, while the Racecourse Modular Hospital at Mahalaxmi has 300 beds and 650 beds are operational at NSCI dome in Worli. “In the first phase, the work of corona care center with a capacity of 300 beds at Mahalakshmi Racecourse is 90% complete. There are 100 ICU beds for treatment," said Chahal. “In addition, work has been started to set up another 126 ICU beds and it will be completed within 10 to 15 days," he added. About 10% of covid-19 patients require critical care in Mumbai, according to a 26 May statement by Pradip Vyas, principal secretary at the state health department. With 24,507 active cases reported till Wednesday, this would translate into a requirement of nearly 2,450 ICU beds. With municipal and state-run hospitals accounting for nearly 644 ICU beds, the number of patients requiring critical care is clearly four times over. As of Wednesday, 96% of these ICU beds under BMC were already occupied. As of Wednesday, the financial capital of the country added 1,044 new cases, taking the total tally of covid-19 cases in the Mumbai municipal corporation to 34,018, with 1,097 deaths and 8,408 recovered patients. The total covid-19 cases in adjoining areas, including Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayandar, Vasai-Virar, Palghar, Panvel and Raigad areas, touched 193 deaths and 9,448 cases, of which 6,271 were active cases. In Maharashtra, the covid-19 tally touched 56,998 cases, of which 37,125 were active cases, while 17,918 patients had recovered and 1,897 had died due to the novel coronavirus. The state reported a recovery rate of 31.5%. Further, the patient doubling rate or the number of days it took for the count of cases to double in Maharashtra improved to 14.7 days from 11.5 days last week. Of the 32.42 lakh laboratory tests done in the country, about 12.4% tests were done in Maharashtra, taking the testing levels to 3,142 tests per million people against the national average of 2,363 tests per million. Presently, 5.82 lakh people are in home quarantine and 37,761 people are in institutional quarantine in Maharashtra. Subscribe to newsletters * Enter a valid email * Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Share Via Click here to read the Mint ePaper Livemint.com is now on Telegram. Join Livemint channel in your Telegram and stay updated Topics Covid-19 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
2020-05-27Mumbai Crime: 22-year-old youth becomes victim of 'sextortion' - Free Press Journal
Mumbai Crime: 22-year-old youth becomes victim of 'sextortion'By Sachin GaadMumbai: On May 19, a 22-year-old youth residing in south Mumbai was mortified when his mother came to him after she received a sexually explicit video of her son on one of her social media accounts. What was more shocking was that the video was recorded just moments before, when the young man was on a video chat with a girl purportedly named 'Pooja'. After the video was sent to his close contacts, the youth realised he had become a victim of 'sextortion'.After the video was sent to the young man’s mother, an unidentified man called him and demanded Rs 25,000 for deleting the video, failing which he would make the video viral on social media.According to cyber psychologists and experts dealing with such cases, with people restricted to the confines of their homes and spending more time communicating online during the nationwide lockdown, there has been a noticeable increase in people coming forward with their own experiences of having fallen victim to sextortion cases. Explaining the typical modus operandi for sextortion, an expert said some people use webcams for flirting and cybersex, and unwittingly end up falling prey to cyber criminals in the process. These criminals befriend their victims online using a fake identity and urge them to perform sexual acts in front of webcam.Also ReadMumbai Crime: As watchman, cleaners of building nod off, thief makes off with their mobilesIn many cases, an attractive woman is used to lure the victim to go along with the demands. The women used in such crimes are often coerced to take part with threats, or do so in desperate need of money, according to experts. The videos captured by the webcam are recorded by the criminals, who then threaten to share the images with the victims’ friends and family, often placing them in a deeply embarrassing situation.The family of the south Mumbai youth eventually approached Nirali Bhatia, a cyber pychologist, for help. Bhatia asked the family to approach the police and lodge a formal complaint. In a bid to maintain discretion, the family, however, chose not to complain and decided to pay up the extortion amount to settle the issue."Paying up will only encourage the perpetrators and there is no guarantee of them deleting your video," says Bhatia, who runs an organization against cyber bullying CyberBAAP (Bullying Aware ness Action and Prevention). Bhatia has received at least six complaints of sextortion in the span of two weeks and over 100 cases of cyber bulling and harassment. "During this lockdown, a lack of face-to-face contact with friends and peers may lead to an increased risk-taking behaviour such as sending sexualized images, and unattended and unstructured time online may expose children to greater risk of cyber-bullying," added Bhatia. (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)MUmbaiMumbai CrimesextortionRecent StoriesLocust swarms enter new areas in Maharashtra; UP, Punjab on high alertSSC students to get average marks for cancelled Geography exam, says Maharashtra boardAmid escalating tensions, Chinese Foreign Ministry says situation at Indian border is 'overall stable and controllable'Baby playing with dead mother's shroud: Sanjay Singh shares video, Railways slams him for 'false news'A week after Cyclone Amphan, heavy rain, thunderstorm lashes Kolkata 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
2020-05-27Covid-19: 81% of Maharashtra’s 54,758 cases have come in last 26 days - Hindustan Times
2020-05-27CM Uddhav to convene Maharashtra decision-makers meet as Rahul Gandhi washes hands off - Republic World - Republic World
CM Uddhav to convene Maharashtra 'decision-makers' meet as Rahul Gandhi washes hands off Last Updated: 27th May, 2020 09:57 IST CM Uddhav To Convene Maharashtra 'decision-makers' Meet As Rahul Gandhi Washes Hands Off Amid a double-headed political and Coronavirus crisis in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is set to meet his fellow ruling MVA leaders at 11 AM Written By Navashree Nandini Amid a double-headed political and Coronavirus crisis in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is set to meet his fellow ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) leaders at the CM's Varsha Bungalow on Wednesday, 11 AM. The meeting will take place via video conferencing in view of the worsening Covid-19 situation in the state. This meeting comes just a day after MVA partner Congress confirmed the cracks within the alliance as former Congress party chief Rahul Gandhi said that his party is 'only supporting, not ruling in Maharashtra', seemingly throwing his allies under the bus for their handling of the crisis, before attempting a u-turn hours later. This did little to mitigate Rahul Gandhi reading out the list of states where it was the 'decision maker' to emphasise that Maharashtra wasn't one of them. As per sources the primary agenda of the meeting chaired by CM Uddhav is to discuss the lockdown and various relief measures that are required. Sources also said that different ministers will put forth their plan about re-opening of services with respect to the current situation of Covid in the state. Sources also said that the meeting is crucial amid demands of President's rule by the BJP leaders. As per reports, there has been disagreement between NCP leaders and the Shiv Sena over easing of lockdown. While Sharad Pawar has demanded more relaxation, Sena wants a slow and gradual re-opening of lockdown, sources said.  Earlier, after meeting NCP supremo Sharad Pawar, CM Uddhav Thackeray had requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resume the Mumbai local train services despite deteriorating Covid-19 situation, as per inputs. READ | Coronavirus count from Maharashtra Rift in MVA? Even as Maharashtra is dealing with the worst Coronavirus crisis of any state with 54,758 confirmed cases, there have been multiple reports of strained relations between Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress of the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance in Maharashtra. Moreover, the rushed midnight meetings between various leaders have only added to the talks about cracks within the MVA government. With the former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi sensationally distancing his party from the ongoing crisis on Tuesday, after saying that his party is only 'supporting and not ruling' the state, more questions are being raised on the fate of the 6-month old government. The NCP had hit out at Rahul Gandhi, with Majeed Memon objecting to some of his statements.  However, the BJP has claimed that its focus in the current time is to fight Covid-19 pandemic and not to form the government. Addressing the media on Tuesday evening, Fadnavis said that though the BJP is not trying to form the government in Maharashtra, he is sure that the MVA will fall due to its internal conflict. READ | Fadnavis counters 'Maha not getting enough' claims; gives full break-up of funds provided Earlier on Tuesday, claiming 'stability' of the Uddhav government, Sena's Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut ruled out any rumours of 'threats' to the government and said that the CM has met NCP chief Sharad Pawar at Matoshri and discussed the current situation in the state. Meanwhile, NCP chief Pawar on Monday also met with Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari at Raj Bhavan. Senior NCP leader Praful Patel claimed that the meeting took place on the invitation of the Governor and no political issues came up for discussion. READ | Assam rules out home isolation for incoming passengers, institutional quarantine a must Maharashtra's Covid tally Maharashtra reported 2091 new Coronavirus cases and 97 deaths on Tuesday. While there are 54,758 confirmed Coronavirus cases in the state, the number of active cases stand at 36,004. 1,168 patients were discharged in the day, taking the number of recovered to 16,954. There were 97 COVID-related deaths reported in the state today. 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2020-05-27Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of May 27 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of May 27By FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: PTIThe Thane Municipal Corporation in Maharashtra has ordered complete lockdown in Mumbra area from Tuesday midnight in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the city.Only milk and medical shops will be open in Mumbra from 7 am to 9 am, while all other shops, including of vegetables and groceries, will remain shut till further orders, municipal commissioner Vijay Singhal said in an order. Till Monday night, Thane city recorded 2,172 COVID-19 cases, including 288 in Mumbra area, as per official figures.Meanwhile, Maharashtra on Tuesday reported the highest number of COVID-19 deaths in a single day -- 97 -- and 2,091 new coronavirus patients.Here's the full list of containment zones in Thane as per the data released by Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC):1. Karanti nagar Galli No.14 near saraswati School- Rabodi 2 Thane (W)2. Panchpakahadi, Near Dnyanraj Sabhagraha, Rahul Society, Thane (w)3. Room No.18 83 Bhakti Society Anand Park Thane West4. 1505 B- Wing OSS Sapphire Municipal Bldg5. 504 Hanuman Soc. Chandanwadi Panchpakhadi thane West6. Rm No. 24 Chintamamni Gharkul Service Rd. Sawalewadi Panchpakhadi Thane7. 182 Lotu Sheth Chawl Haridas Nagar near Shankar Temple Behind Golden Park8. Parera Tower, Parera Nagar, Thane9. Natraj Chs Bldg No 9 H25 Opp Murphy Express Highway Thane West -40060210. NEW NASHENAN CHS NEAR K VILLA OPPOSITE SANJIVAN1 HOSPITAL11. Saurabh Tower,Near Pratap Cinema,Kolbad12. Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Girls Hostel, Khopat,13. Hansnagar Khopat Thane (W) 14. Kolbad Jagmata Mandir, Khopat, Thane 15. Om Sai Chawl King Kong Nagar Dongripada Ghodbander Rd. 16. Room no 734,Near to lala kirana store, Sai mandir, Patlipada, Ghodbandar road, Thane. 17. C/301, Olympia Building, Lodha Pura, Majiwada, Thane West 18. Bramhand Society , Azadnagar, thane 19. 518, Parvati Niwas, Dhokali, Kolshet Road, Thane 20. Room No. 202, Manan Chawl, Vijay Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane 21. Saphire 2 Cosmos Jewel, near DMart Anand Nagar Thane 22. Rajesh Shetty Chawl, Manorama Nagar 23. Aspen, Everest World, Kolsheth Road, Thane 24. Owla, Takadiv Road, Ghodbundar Road, Shiv Sayadri Chawl, Thane West 25. 102, Standfrd Bldg. Hiranandani Estate, Manpada, Thane 26. Lodha Amara Labour Camp 27. 2102 Wing 19 H Lodha Amamra Kolshet Thane W 28. 1/77, Adarsh Chawl, Vitthal Mandir Road, Near Ghag Kirana Store, Thane 29. Amrapali Saan Shivaji Negin Manpada 30. Santosh Kirana Store, Azadnagar, Thane 31. 102, 1st Floor, Tirumala Chs, Majiwada, Thane 32. L-1, Phase-2, Swastik Residency, Ghodbandar Road, Thane 33. Durga Ghat Balkum Road, Tmc School Balkum, Thane 34. Chirag Nagar, Vartaknagar, Thane 35. 25/170 Ajankya Tara CHS Shivaji Nagar Pokhran Rd. 1 thane W 36. Pokhran Road - 2 Gandhi Nagar Thane 37. Bhim Nagar Vartak Nagar 38. VASANT VIHAR THANE-1 39. OSWAL SPARSH CHS,BLDG NO.9,POKHRAN ROAD NO.2,MAJIWAD THANE 40. ATHARVA HEIGHTS POKHRAN ROAD NO.1,SHIVAI NAGAR THANE 41. J/2, Lokvruksh, 702, Tulsidham, Thane 42. Rameshwar Soc., B Wing, Nikkanth Heights, Devdaya Ngar, Pokharan No 2 43. 44/311, Nav Adarsh Chs, Shivai Nagar,Thane W 44. Dyanoday School, Sawarkar Nagar, thane 45. Sawarkar nagar, PANCH PAGMASHWALA APPT, 1ST FLOOR 46. Kulswamini Chawl, lokmanya nagar, Pada no.4, Thane 47. VEDANT COMPLEX PHASE -2, Vijay Nagar, Vartak nagar, Thane 48. Vaibhavlaxmi chwl, Near TMC school No.103,131 kajuwadi 49. KOKANNIVAS CHAWL CHAITTI NAGAR, Lokamanya Nagar PADA NO 3 50. HANUMAN NAGAR LAXMI KRUPA CHAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 51. Sambhaji Nagar Sagar Baug near Rahil Hotel Bakery 52. Shiv Galli,Indiranagar Rd. No. 33 Rupadevipada 1 near Shiv Mandir, Thane 53. DHARMVEER CHAWL ,CHAWL NO.03,ROOM NO. 1, JAI BHAVANI NAGAR ,WAGLE ESTATE 54. 204, 2nd Flr. Sai Apt. Sawarkar Nagar Near Municipal Office 55. Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No 3, Parera Nagar, Near Mauli Kirana Store, Pawar Nagar, Thane 56. ROOM NO 2 SAI CHARAN CHAWL INDIRA NAGAR TEKDI WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 57. B/37 4th Fl. Shanti Apt R No 22 Near Thakur School Savarkar Nagar 58. Kashinath Parab Chawl, Pokharn Road No. 1, Dhawle Nagar, Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No. 3, Thane 59. Ambewadi, Room No. 1202, Near Madin Masjid, Wagle Estate, Thane (West) 60. Sai Sitra Chawl, Indra Nagar, Road On 22, Opp Laxmi Medical , Near Bush Bldg Rupadevi Pada, No 2, Thane 61. Annabhou Sathenagar, wagle estate 62. Dharamveer Chawl, Sainathnagar, Kajuwadi 63. Guruprashad Apt. Mahatma Phule Nagar 64. Plot No-15, Room No-B-15, Shree Gajanan Co.Op Hsg Soc Mhada Vasahat Savarkar Nagar Thane 65. Dyaneshwar Nagar , Gajanan Chawl , R.No.24, Thane 66. 52 8 Sant Rohidas Chawl Dnyaneshwar Nagar Wagle Estate Thane W 67. Danurdhar Bhavan first floor flat No.104 Padwalnagar Wagle Estate Thane (W) 68. C.P.TALAO SHIV SHAKTI MITRA MANDAL NEAR SHANKAR MANDIR WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 69. Kailasnagar ITA Circle wagle estate Thane (w) 70. Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi; Sadhbhavna Apt, Kisanagar no.3, Bhatwadi; Renuka Sadan Kisannagar 3; Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi; Devyani Sadan , Kisan Nagar, Thane 71. VISHVDIP BUILDING 4 TH FLOOR SHIVAJINAGAR THANE; VIJAY APPARTMENT D WING 103 KISAN NAGAR 1 THANE; 1/5, Pitkar Niwas, Rantanbhai Compd. Shivaji Nagar, Wagle Estate, Thane 72. 2/205 kinara Apt. kisan Nagar no 2 73. SURESH SMRITI BUILDING, ROOM NO 5, KISAN NAGAR 3, WAGLE ESTATE, THANE 74. Waralipada near bavadi Shreenagar 75. Silky Apt room no 3 in front of Oil depo Kisan Nagar no 2 76. Shanti bhavan room no 6 kisan nagar no3 opp bus stop near vinod jewllers thane 77. Shiv Shakti Nagar Behind Sunrise Bussiness park Kisan Nagar 2 78. 41 Shukla Building 2nd Floor Padwal Nagar 79. Shiv Shakti Nagar Kisan Nagar 2 80. 1/1 Shanti Bhuvan Kisan Nagar 3 Wagle Industrial estate 81. Usha Kiran bld R.no.406 Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.3 82. Omprakash apt.R.No.101 Kisannagar No.2 83. Nutan Mirabld B Wing Kisan Nagar Wagle Estate Thane 84. Wagale Estate, Nehru Nagar - 1, Thane 85. Ashar IT Park Wagle Estate 86. Gurav Chwal Near Malti Devi School , Ambika Nagar 2, Rd No 16, Wagale Estate Thane 87. B/14 D,Silver Police Line Court Naka Thane 88. Aditya building, new Police Tower Mahagiri Thane 89. B9 Laxmiwadi Chendani Koliwad Meethbandar Road Thane ( East ) 90. Room no-4,Ground floo,Nilkanth Darshan Society ,Naupada Thane 91. Rm.no18 , sathe wadi near dnyansadhana college 92. Maya Villa, Raheja Garden Thane W 93. NAGSEN NAGAR NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR OPP.DADOJI STEDIUM 94. Jalaram Ashish-1 G. M Marg Thane 95. Ram Maruti Rd. New English School Ganesh Kutir 96. 703, Bhalchandra building Behind gaodevi bus depo. Thane w 97. New Swastik Chs Bag Soc. Near Ganesh Tawkies Edulji Rd. Charia Thane 98. Gaurangi CHS, near Damani Estate LBS Rd. Naupada, thane 99. Amar Tower Bhaskar Colony Naupada 100. Rm. No. 3 Sitala Singh Chawl Near Shiv Mandir Noori Baba Road 101. 409, Ashif Manzil Apt, Adalgi Road, Kabad Ali, Thane 102. 15/A-2, Kamlesh Chs, Kopari Colony , Thane 103. 501, mangalya society near SBI bank , Naupada 104. 601, 6th floor , Vatika Bldg, Ghantali road. 105. Thane Medical Shop Govindji Apartment 3 Petrol Pump Thane 106. 1 Sapna CHS opp Anand Ashram Soc. B Cabin Naupada Thane W 107. Rm. No. 8 Saikrupa Bldg. Kashish Park 108. Laxmi Apt. Gholai nagar Atkoneshwarnagar Thane (W) 109. Janki Nagar, Kharegaon, thane (W) 110. Bhaskar nagar Kalwa Thane 111. Jagnath Appt. Vitawa, Kalwa 112. Narayan park,Room No. 301,Near Megha Apartment ,Vitawa, Kalwa 113. Rm. No. 27, Santoshi Chawl, near Agreseen School, Thane Belapur Rd. Kalwa East 114. 105,SAMI DISHA APARTMENT,VITAWA,KALWA,THANE 115. Kantabai building,room.no.105 ,Vitawa 116. 103 A/2 Vaishanavi dham complex Near vitthal mandir kharigaon kalwa 117. NEW SHIVAJI NAGAR, KALWA 118. Sai ashirvad A-2,SURYA NAGAR,VITAWA 119. Shashtri Nagar Mafatlal Company opposite Durga Mandir, Atkoneshwar Kalwa 120. Bldg. No. 5 B-wing 2nd Floor Sudama CHS Old Mumbai-Pune Rd. Kalwa 121. Resident Doctor at CSMH Thane 122. Suryanagar Gate No.1 Vitawa Kalwa Thane (W) 123. SANKALP CHS,. MANISHA NAGAR - 2, KALWA, THANE 124. Anand Vihar Complex,Near Railway Phatak Kharegaon ,Kalwa East,Thane 125. Rajashree Shahu Chawl, R/N 3, New Shivaji Nagar, Thakurpada, Kalwa, Thane 126. Shiv Shrusti Kharegaon, Thane 127. R.No.202, Chawandai Residency, Parsik Nagar Kalwa 128. Saipranam Chs, A-307, Kharigaon, Kalwa 129. Janki Nagar, Pipeline, Manisha Nagar, Kalwa West 130. Digvijay Bld, Room No 301, Thane 131. Rm. No. 1, Narayan Krupa Chawl Vitava Kalwa 132. KHALIL MENSION ROOM NO 303/A WING GHASWAL COMPOUND KAUSA 133. B3/903, MM Valley, Mumbra, Thane 134. Room No.3 Sarkar Tower Dauladnagar Chand nagar Kausa Thane; C/102, NEW NASHMAN COLONY, OPP TANWAR NAGAR, KAUSA 135. A-1, Nuri Chand Nagar, Kausa Thane 136. MUMBRA, MUSAKHASAM, ROOM 204, OPP MUMBRA RAILWAY STATION, THANE 137. LALYA MUMBREKAR HOUSE GROUND FLOOR NEAR JAMA MAJJID KAUSA MARKET 138. NEAR CHARNI PADA KAUSA GAON 139. 105 /B-1 SHAMSHAD NAGAR KAUSA 140. Abida Manzil A-wing Kausa Mumbra 141. Nasim baug Amrut Nagar, Mumbra, Thane 142. Janta Colomy , Jeevan Baug, Mumbra 143. REHAN BAUG,G-BLDG,B-206,DEURI PADA,KAUSA,THANE-400612 144. PRIME NEST BUILDING NEAR HIGH INTENSITY GYM, MUMBRA. - 400612 145. Hirabai Niwas, Kausa, Charnipada, Mumbra 146. Rashid compound , Mumbra , Thane 147. Irfan Palace, B-Wing , 1st Fool, 101, Rashid Compound, Kausa, Mumbra 148. Madina Manzil B-Wing Room No-2 Red Rose Society, Mumbra, Thane - 400612 149. Pondular Nagar 2nd Floor R.N 6, Mumbra, Thane 150. Room No-1 Ground Floor B Wing Mehfooz Apt Near Rehmania Hospital, Mumbra, Thane 151. Mustafa , Thane 152. Kgn Apt, Near Bosco School, Rashid Camp, Kausa 153. A 102, Raut Apt, Near Police Chowki, Kausa 154. Hashmat Park, Rashid Compound, Kausa Mumbra 155. Gurukrupa Chawl, Sanjay Nagar, Mumbra 156. Ashiyana Tower,B - 701, Above Millennium Hospital, Kausa, Mumbra 157. 1st Floor Rashida Palace Tahkur Pada Hanuman Nagar Mumbra Thane 158. Room No 103, 1st Floor, Kiran Height Sonaji Nagar Mumbra - 400612 159. 304, B2, Minar Regency, Shimla Park 160. A-2/74, RAHIM APARTMENT, INDIVA GANDHI ROAD, ROSHID COMPUND, OPP TO PINTYA CABLE OFFICE, MUMBRA 161. Noorani Apt 1st, Floor 5, Qureshi Hotel Mumbra, Thane 162. Vind Apt. Room No. 404, A Wing Opp. Reliance Tower Dive Thane (W) 163. SHREEVARDHAN CHAWL RN 12 SAI SWPANA NAGAR DIVA 164. 105 Shivam Riverwood Soc. Desai Naka Kalyan Phata 165. Reliance 1/B Rm. No. 1 Mumbra Devi Colony Diva Eas 166. Mukta Residency Padle Gav near Khidkali mandir Diva 167. Sai Shradha Bldg Room 206 Nr Vitthal Mandir Diva 168. Bharat Mhatre Chawl No 2 Room No 10 Datiwali Manpada Road Near Kct School Diva 169. Sadguru Krupa No 2 Near Toll Sprit School Sabe Road Diva 170. JAY BHAVANI CHAWL,ROOM NO.3 GANESH NAGAR DIVA EAST 171. SAMARTH CHAWAL R NO 5 MAHATRE OFFICE NEAR AKANKASHA HOLL BR NAGAR DIVA E 172. 2 Sadguru Apt. Ground Floor Madhavi Banglow Masoba Rd. Agasan Thane 173. Ayappa chawl, ganesshnagar, ganeshwadi, Diva East 174. Bramha Apt. Suresh Nagar Diva 175. Ramchandra society A wing, Diva E 176. Adatiya Apt H.S.C Diva Agasen Road Maruti Nagar Diva Thane 177. Shubhrabai Apt, Mumbra Colony Road, DivathaneTMCDivathane municipal corporationKalwaCoronaviruscontainment zonesRecent StoriesWest Bengal Minister Sujit Bose tests positive for coronavirus5 things to know about Rajya Sabha MP and former Union Minister M. 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2020-05-27Maharashtra records staggering 97 COVID-19 deaths, highest number of single-day deaths until now - Free Press Journal
Maharashtra records staggering 97 COVID-19 deaths, highest number of single-day deaths until nowBy Swapnil MishraPhoto Credit: PTIMumbai: Covid-19 deaths in the state came perilously close to 100 on Tuesday, with Maharashtra recording 97 fatalities, the highest number of single-day deaths until now. The state toll is currently 1,792. Earlier, on May 18, 76 corona deaths were recorded in a single day.During Lockdown 3.0 (May 4 to May 17), the state had reported 650 Covid-19 deaths in just 13 days, 50 deaths per day on average, which has now increased to 66 deaths per day in the ongoing Lockdown 4.0. So far, 16,594 have recovered and been discharged.Meanwhile, the number of new cases dropped to 2,091 on Tuesday, from the 2,436 reported on May 25, taking the toll to 54,758 cases until now. Thirty-nine of 97 deaths were recorded in Mumbai, followed by 15 in Thane, 10 in Kalyan-Dombivli, eight in Pune, seven in Solapur, five each in Aurangabad, Mira Bhayandar, three each in Malegaon, Ulhasnagar and one each in Nagpur city and Ratnagiri.Thirty-five of the 97 deaths occurred in the last two days and the rest are from the period of April 17 to May 23, which was updated on Tuesday.Nineteen of the 62 deaths in this period were recorded in Mumbai, 15 in Thane, 9 in Kalyan-Dombivli, 6 in Solapur, 5 in Mira-Bhayandar, 3 each in Ulhasnagar and Malegaon, 1 each in Pune and Aurangabad,” said Dr Pradip Awate, state surveillance officer. According to the public health department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the city reported 1,002 corona cases and 39 deaths on Tuesday, taking the total count to 32,974, with 1,065 deaths so far. 8,814 patients have recovered so far, with 410 being discharged in the last 24 hours.Dr Avinash Supe, former dean of KEM Hospital and part of the Covid- 19 mortality task force, said the health of patients with uncontrolled comorbidities deteriorates rapidly. He said, “In patients below 50 years, we have found obesity, hypothyroidism along with diabetes and hypertension as the main problems. In many such patients, the underlying conditions were undiagnosed and only detected during treatment,” he informed, adding, the city’s mortality rate has dropped to 3.2 per cent. Dr Daksha Shah, deputy executive health officer said “Until now, 3.90 lakh laboratory samples of which 1.74 lakhs are from Mumbai, have been tested. Meanwhile, 82% of 13,023 beds at DCH, DCHC and CCC2 are occupied, followed by 96 per cent of ICU beds, 66 per cent of ventilators and 63 per cent of oxygen beds in the city.” (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)maharashtraMUmbaiCoronavirusRecent StoriesDevendra Fadnavis is impatient and desperate but state govt is stable: Sharad PawarPassenger on IndiGo's Chennai-Coimbatore flight tests positive for COVID-19Coronavirus in Mumbai: Denied sick leave, KEM worker dies of COVID-19; family members test positiveCoronavirus in Mumbai: Sharp rise in vegetable prices as vehicles entry capped at wholesale market in Vashi 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
2020-05-27Quarantined family returns to find house burgled - Mumbai Mirror
Quarantined family returns to find house burgledYou are in an offline modeQuarantined family returns to find house burgledBy Vinay DalviVinay Dalvi, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: May 27, 2020, 06:00 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareQuarantine ward at Civil HospitalAnUlhasnagar-based family that had been quarantined by the local municipal corporation said they returned to find their house broken into and burgled. They told the police that valuables worth Rs 3 lakh were stolen from the house. According to the Ulhasnagar's Central Police station, the incident occurred in Shanti Nagar. The police said Bina Yadav and her family were sent to a quarantine center located on the Kalyan-Bhiwandi road after a person they had come in contact with tested positive. The Yadav family own a grocery store and the Covid-19 positive person they had come in contact with was a customer who had visited their store. The family was listed among the high-risk contacts. They had left their home on May 11 and returned on May 26. On Monday, Yadav had asked her uncle to clean their home before they returned. He told her that he found the house broken into when he visited it. “On Tuesday, Yadav lodged a complaint,” said Aslam Khatib, an officer from the Central police station. “We are trying to trace the accused. There are no CCTVs in the area. A case of house breakin has been registered.” RELATED NEWSKDMC disallows grocery store counter salesApr 25, 202030 quarantined as grocery store worker tests positiveApr 23, 2020India lockdown: Mumbai couple who got engaged online had first planne...Mar 26, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesRe-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295Priority6 Ways to Beat the BluesThrive Global You never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTOWant a term plan that covers life & 40 critical illnesses?^Max Life InsuranceInsure, renew policies online - Bajaj Allianz Website & AppBajaj AllianzThe cost of hearing aids in India might surprise youhear.comMProfit | A complete portfolio tracker for your investmentsMProfit
2020-05-27Coronavirus India lockdown Day 64 updates | Maharashtra records highest single-day deaths - The Hindu
Coronavirus India lockdown Day 64 updates | Maharashtra records highest single-day deaths Share On News National International States Cities In pictures: Cyclone Amphan makes landfall News National Coronavirus India lockdown Day 64 updates | Maharashtra records highest single-day deaths The Hindu Net Desk May 27, 2020 09:24 IST Updated: May 27, 2020 09:24 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Higher Secondary XII standard valuation begins from May 27, 2020 for Tiruvallur district. The center was sprayed with disinfectants and the photo shows education officials inspecting the class rooms at a private school, Surapet on May 26, 2020   | Photo Credit: B. Jothi Ramalingam The Hindu Net Desk May 27, 2020 09:24 IST Updated: May 27, 2020 09:24 IST Nearly 60% of the Maharashtra’s cases and 59% of the deaths were contributed by Mumbai alone. Maharashtra recorded the sharpest rise in the COVID-19 mortality on Tuesday with 97 deaths pushing the toll to 1,792. The State also recorded 2,091 cases taking the tally to 54,758.While the highest — 39 deaths — were reported from Mumbai, which remains the epicentre of the outbreak, 15 deaths were reported from Thane, 10 from the Kalyan Dombivali region, five from Mira Bhayandar and three from Ulhasnagar. Pune recorded eight deaths, Solapur seven, Aurangabad five, Malegaon recorded three and Nagpur and Ratnagiri recorded one each.Here is a list of State Helpline numbers. You can track coronavirus cases, deaths and testing rates at the national and State levels here.Also read: Data | The curious case of Gujarat's COVID-19 curve: remained flat throughout MayHere are the latest updates:9.00 amHong Kong high school students go back to classHong Kong public high school students began attending classes on Wednesday, part of a phased reopening after the financial hub successfully tackled its coronavirus outbreak. 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Read more 7.45 amBrazil daily virus deaths again top 1,000Brazil reported the highest daily COVID-19 death toll in the world Tuesday with 1,039 people killed, the fifth straight day the country has topped the list.Latin America's largest country, which has emerged as a new epicenter in the coronavirus pandemic, has seen its daily death toll surge past that of the United States, the hardest-hit country so far. Read more  Four pregnant women among 91 persons tested positive in J&KAt least 91 people were detected with the novel coronavirus infection in J&K on Tuesday, including four pregnant women, taking the total to 1,759 in the Union Territory. One person died due to the infection in the past 24 hours.“Fifty four cases were detected from the Jammu division and 37 from the Kashmir division. Besides, 24 people have died — 21 in Kashmir division and three in Jammu division. At least, 650 recoveries were also reported,” a government spokesman said. 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2020-05-27Devendra Fadnavis is impatient and desperate but state govt is stable: Sharad Pawar - Free Press Journal
Devendra Fadnavis is impatient and desperate but state govt is stable: Sharad PawarBy Sanjay JogSharad Pawar Twitter/@PawarSpeaksMumbai: As the BJP stepped up the attack against the Maha Vikas Aghadi government for its ‘inept’ handling of the coronavirus crisis, Nationalist Congress Party strongman Sharad Pawar on Tuesday slammed former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, saying that he is impatient and desperate but the state government is quite strong, safe and stable.In a telephonic interview with FPJ, Pawar, who held a one and a half hour meeting with CM Uddhav Thackeray, hours after his interaction with Governor BS Koshyari on Monday, suggested that Fadnavis was keen to bring down the government. He explained that his interaction with Thackeray was "routine."However, he admitted it was unusual for him to visit Thackeray at his residence "Matoshree." Describing his meeting with the Governor as a "courtesy call," he said he had received an invitation from the Governor. He clarified that they did not discuss either "COVID or politics".Also ReadAfter Uddhav Thackeray meets Sharad Pawar, Sanjay Raut says state govt is strong "All legislators of the Shiv Sena, the NCP and the Congress are together. There are numbers on our side. Who wants a fresh poll right now? Any attempt to break away at this time and going in for a fresh election will result in the public beating us," he observed."There is a huge crisis because of the pandemic. Is this the time to play politics?" demanded Pawar while reiterating that Fadnavis is quite impatient. As far as the MVA constituents was concerned, there was complete unity and coordination. "There is no danger to the government. The government is strong," he asserted."There is a total consensus among the three partners on how to further make effective the fight against the virus and review the economy," said Pawar. On media reports about the widening gap between the government and the adminis tration, Pawar said there is no truth in it. Instead, he added that both are working in tandem. (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)maharashtraDevendra FadnavisSharad PawarRecent StoriesMaharashtra records staggering 97 COVID-19 deaths, highest number of single-day deaths until nowPassenger on IndiGo's Chennai-Coimbatore flight tests positive for COVID-19Coronavirus in Mumbai: Denied sick leave, KEM worker dies of COVID-19; family members test positiveCoronavirus in Mumbai: Sharp rise in vegetable prices as vehicles entry capped at wholesale market in Vashi 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
2020-05-27Mumbai: BMC preparing 1.5 lakh beds, state chief secretary says cases not as many as feared - Times of India
Mumbai: BMC preparing 1.5 lakh beds, state chief secretary says cases not as many as fearedTop Searches:Top Searches :Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateMumbai Flights NewsMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberMumbai Coronavirus NewsMumbai: BMC preparing 1.5 lakh beds, state chief secretary says cases not as many as fearedSumitra Debroy & Bhavika Jain | TNN | May 27, 2020, 08:39 ISTOn hearing trains were to operate, thousands gathered at LTT on Tuesday evening, but only few services ranMUMBAI: In what could be an indicator of the progression of Covid-19, BMC chief Iqbal Singh Chahal said the corporation was preparing 1.5 lakh Covid-19 beds till mid-June. Chahal said that since the corporation was adopting a more aggressive approach of “chasing the virus,” the city could see more cases in the days to come. The commissioner maintained that over 1.75 lakh people have already been tested in the city that now has a positivity rate of 18%. “We have done 13,400 tests per million, which is way ahead of what entire states have achieved,” he said. He added that of the currently active cases, around 15,800 were asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic. Chahal said the lockdown has given them time to prepare for a surge once restrictions are withdrawn. State chief secretary Ajoy Mehta said the lockdown was helpful in reducing the rate of increase in cases and in adding hospital beds in the state. Mehta said time taken for cases to double too has gone up to 14 days. There were a total of 72 labs in 15 districts of the state and permission for 22 new labs had been sought. As on Monday, the state had a daily capacity of 13,000 tests. “Nearly 66 lakh people or 6% of the state population has been screened by 16,000- plus squads,” he said. He said the state had not added cases as was feared. “There were projections that we will be adding 1.5 lakh cases till the end of May, we won’t reach anywhere close to that number,” Mehta said. The commissioner also said nearly 3,700 doctors have responded to their call to join the civic Covid services, of which 570 have shown willingness to work in the jumbo hospitals at MMDRA, BKC, Nesco in Goregaon and the NSCI Dome in Worli. Thane recorded 122 fresh cases, including two doctors who tested positive, taking the tally there to 2,294. The state said of the 97 deaths, 39 were in Mumbai, 15 in Thane, 10 in Kalyan-Dombivli, 8 in Pune, 7 in Solapur, 5 in Aurangabad, 5 in Mira-Bhayandar, 3 each in Malegaon and Ulhasnagar and one each in Nagpur and Ratnagiri. 65 of the 97 patients (67%) had high-risk co-morbidities. 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2020-05-27Maharashtra: With 32 Covid-19 positive cases, Ulhasnagar witnesses biggest single day spike in last 24 ho - Times of India
Maharashtra: With 32 Covid-19 positive cases, Ulhasnagar witnesses biggest single day spike in last 24 hoursMaharashtra: With 32 Covid-19 positive cases, Ulhasnagar witnesses biggest single day spike in last 24 hoursPradeep Gupta | TNN | May 27, 2020, 21:59 ISTRepresentative image. ULHASNAGAR: Ulhasnagar reported it's biggest one- day spike in the numbers of Covid-19 cases on Wednesday as 32 people tested positive in the city taking the total number to 246. Out of 32 patients, 11 are residents of Samrat Ashok Nagar slum area which is badly affected area in city. They includes seven men and four women patients. Six people have tested positive in Rajiv Gandhi Nagar situated in Ulhasnagar 1 number and also six patients from Ravindra Nagar area situated in Ulhasnagar- 5 number. The Ulhasnagar till April 18 had zero Covid-19 cases as only one patient which was tested positive in March month was cured. However in last over one month the city so far has witnessed 246 cases of Covid-19 that includes 9 deaths. Out of 246 total so far 108 got cured while remaining 141 are still taking treatment. Out of 141 patients taking treatment, 5 patients are in critical condition and has been kept on ventilators. The maximum cases in Ulhasnagar are from slum pockets which is a cause of worry for civic administration. 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2020-05-27Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTop Searches:Top Searches :Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateMaharashtra Corona CasesMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberMumbai LockdownMumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: May 27, 2020, 22:59 ISTPhoto for representative purpose onlyAmid prevalent chaos and uncertainty over access to the essential services and commodities during the lockdown, we bring you the latest updates from Mumbai. * PTI update at 10.58pm: Mumbai airport operates 50 flights, caters to about 5,000 passengers * PTI update at 9.39pm: 1,044 new Covid-19 cases in Mumbai; 32 more patients succumb * Update at 9.30pm: Ulhasnagar reports it's biggest single day spike with 32 new Covid-19 cases, city's tally rises to 246 * PTI update at 8.30pm: Asserting that he is "pro-builder", Maharashtra housing minister Jitendra Awhad assured to look into all the needs of the developers on Wednesday, stating that nurturing the sector alone will help in the "survival" of the financial capital. * PTI update at 7.21pm: A woman migrant worker in Vasai in Palghar district of Maharashtra attacked a police constable and bit her arm after the latter asked her to wear a mask, an official said on Wednesday. * Update at 6.29pm: Criminal cases will be registered against absentee doctors and other employees of private hospitals being acquired by Thane civic body for Covid treatment, municipal commissioner Vijay Singhal said on Wednesday. * Update at 5.23pm: Maharashtra governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari calls up actor Sonu Sood and compliments him for his dedicated work in facilitating the safe transportation of migrant workers from various states to their home states. * PTI update at 5.20pm | Give allowance to contract workers on Covid-19 duty: Bombay HC to Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation * PTI update at 4.26pm: Tyre maker Ceat on Wednesday said it has partially resumed operations at its Mumbai-based manufacturing facility. * PTI update at 3.35pm: Passengers onboard the first flight to Mumbai from Lucknow on Monday faced a delay in opening of the aircraft door after landing as apparently officials were awaiting certain approvals from local authorities. * PTI update at 3.30pm: A rumour about deployment of the army in coronavirus hotspots of Mumbai and Pune is being "deliberately" spread on social media, Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh said on Wednesday and added that strict action was being taken against rumour-mongers. * Update at 2.30pm: A 54-year-old constable attached to Dadar police Sharad Mohite succumbed to Covid-19 last night taking the total number of city policemen dying to 13 .He was posted at Worli Koliwada containment zone from where contracted the disease. * PTI update at 2.00pm: The protest by staff of the civic-run King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital here over the death of a health worker reflects how Mumbai's health system is over-stretched, and the challenges being faced by the country's capital capital in handling the Covid-19 pandemic. In view of the rising number of deaths of Covid-19 patients, slots in the KEM Hospital's mortuary are full and bodies of several victims keep lying in the corridor of the medical facility, a union leader of the hospital staff said. * ANI update at 1.30pm: The Mumbai Police on Wednesday clarified that flight travellers moving to or from the Mumbai airport can do so without an e-pass. "All flight travellers moving to/from the Mumbai Airport can do so without an e-pass. Please carry a valid boarding pass for the journey and other details handy," Mumbai Police tweeted. * PTI update at 1.00pm: As many as 93 Shramik Special trains carrying over 1.35 lakh migrant labourers left from Maharashtra to ferry them to their native states, an official said on Wednesday. * PTI update at 12.20pm: A man was arrested for allegedly molesting a 23-year-old woman at a Covid-19 quarantine facility at a village in Brahmapuri tehsil of Maharashtra's Chandrapur district, police said on Wednesday. * Update at 11.35am: MOHFW states services related to pregnancy care management, newborn care & childhood illness management, immunisation services, management of severe acute malnutrition in children, family planning services, comprehensive abortion care services & adolescent health services as essential * ANI update at 9.45am: Maharashtra CM and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has called a meeting with alliance partners at Varsha bungalow today. * Update at 9.10am: Spike of 6387 new Covid-19 cases & 170 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total number of cases in the country now at 1,51,767 including 83,004 active cases, 64,425 cured/discharged and 4,337 deaths *With Mumbai crossing 1,000 coronavirus deaths, a look at ward-wise data shows that five of the 24 wards in the city have recorded over a 100 Covid-related deaths each, led by 154 in L ward covering Kurla and Saki Naka. In comparison, some large states have recorded similar or fewer fatalities, like UP (169), Tamil Nadu (119), AP and Telangana (56) each, and Karnataka 44. *On the second day of resumption of domestic flights, the Mumbai airport saw 1,110 flyers landing in the city as against 3,114 taking off, with most headed to Delhi— a popular transit hub for those going to UP, Uttarakhand and Punjab. There were 19 arrivals, 22 departures and three cancellations on Tuesday, reports Manju V. In the last two days, 6,866 passengers left Mumbai while 2,210 arrived in the city. Meanwhile, sale of tickets, especially to airports in Kerala, picked up. *The state government is contemplating reopening schools in non-containment zones from June 15—the usual session start date—after taking proper measures to safeguard the health of students. *Alumni of the National Law School, Bengaluru, raised enough funds in less than half a day to lease an Air Asia A320 aircraft and fly 180 migrant labourers from Mumbai to Ranchi on Thursday. This will be the first time ever in the history of Indian aviation that a group of private individuals has planned to evacuate stranded migrants by a flight. * In what could ease the process of bed allocation for Covid patients, the BMC has asked private laboratories to submit test reports by the end of the day without fail. Civic chief Iqbal Singh Chahal said the labs will strictly have to follow the 24-hour cycle or face action. Delay in test reports directly impacts contact tracing, quarantining and admission of patients, he said. Over 3,000 tests are carried out in the city every day now. *Three labourers who had pooled their savings and sold goats to buy tickets for a Monday flight to Kolkata, only to reach Mumbai airport to find it cancelled and the airline refusing to refund them, will finally get to fly. *The state on Tuesday reported 97 Covid-19 deaths, the highest in a single day so far. With that, Maharashtra’s death toll climbed to 1,792. Mumbai saw 39 of the deaths, taking the city’s fatalities to 1,065. State officials claimed 62 of the deaths took place last week and were being scrutinised by the death review committee. 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2020-05-2697 more die in State as COVID-19 cases cross 54,000 - The Hindu
97 more die in State as COVID-19 cases cross 54,000 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 | Explained: Herd immunity and herd masking News Cities Mumbai Mumbai 97 more die in State as COVID-19 cases cross 54,000 Jyoti Shelar Mumbai, May 27, 2020 00:42 IST Updated: May 27, 2020 00:42 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Jyoti Shelar Mumbai, May 27, 2020 00:42 IST Updated: May 27, 2020 00:42 IST Maharashtra reported the sharpest rise in COVID-19 mortalities with 97 deaths recorded on Tuesday, pushing its death toll to 1792, even as total cases rose to 54,758 with 2,091 new cases. While Mumbai remains the epicentre of the outbreak with 39 deaths, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region also faced several casualties with 15 reported from Thane, 10 from Kalyan-Dombivali region, five from Mira Bhayandar and three from Ulhasnagar. Pune recorded eight deaths, Solapur recorded seven, Aurangabad recorded five, Malegaon recorded three and Nagpur and Ratnagiri recorded one each.Nearly 60% of the State’s cases and 59% of the deaths were contributed by Mumbai alone. As many as 29 people are losing their lives due to COVID-19 every day in the city.Mumbai Municipal Commissioner I.S. Chahal said these numbers should not trigger fear among citizens. “Numbers should not become a cause of worry,” he said adding that the city’s case fatality rate has improved from 7.6% in the beginning to 3.2%. “We are trying to bring it down to 3% which is the national average,” he said.State health officials clarified that 35 of the 97 deaths had occurred over the last two days while the rest were reported from April 17 to May 23. Nearly 67% of the victims had co-morbid conditions like diabetes, hypertension, asthma and heart disease.The State has carried out nearly 3.9 lakh tests so far. Mumbai’s average testing rate is 13,000 tests per million population. On Tuesday, 1,168 people recovered and went home from hospitals across the State and a total of 16,954 patients have recovered to date. 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2020-05-26Maharashtra reports over 2,000 new Covid-19 cases; state tally climbs to 54,758 - Pune Mirror
Maharashtra reports over 2,000 new Covid-19 cases; state tally climbs to 54,758You are in an offline modeMaharashtra reports over 2,000 new Covid-19 cases; state tally climbs to 54,758Mirror Online | Updated: May 26, 2020, 21:34 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareMigrant workers gathered at Wadala to take bus for railway station (Representational image). Photo by Sachin Haralkar / MMCL1,002 new COVID-19 positive cases and 39 deaths have been reported in Mumbai Maharashtra reported a spike of 2,091 COVID-19 new cases and ninety-seven deaths on Tuesday . With this, the state has recorded 54,758 cases and 1,792 deaths so far. A total of 1,002 new cases were reported in Mumbai, taking its overall count to 32,791. Thirty-nine people succumbed to the infection in Mumbai today. Out of 39 deaths 25 patients had co-morbidities. Also, 28 patients were male and 11 female. Four deaths were below 40 years of age, 12 deaths were above 60 years of age, and 23 were between 40 to 60 years. Death toll has now gone up to 1,065 in the city. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Dharavi reports 38 new COVID-19 cases; tally climbs up by to 1,621Dharavi reported 38 new coronavirus positive cases on Tuesday, taking the figures to 1,621. The slum-clusters of Dharavi alone reported 38 new cases today, taking the total number of patients to 1,621. Also, 15 deaths were recorded in Thane, 10 in Kalyan-Dombivali, 8 in Pune, 7 in Solapur, 5 in Aurangabad, 5 in Mira-Bhayandar, 3 in Malegaon, 3 in Ulhasnagar, 1 was recorded in Nagpur city and 1 in Ratnagiri. Out of the 97 deaths today, 63 were men and 34 women. 37 of them aged over 60 years, 49 were from the age group 40 to 59 years and 11 were aged less than 40 years. 65 out of 97 patients (67%) had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, etc. Untitled Carousel Piyush Goyal: I request Maharashtra Govt to cooperate in ensuring that distressed migrants are able to reach their homesThe political tug of war between the Maharashtra government and the Railways over Shramik Special trains refuses to die down. On Tuesday, Central Railways (CR) accused the state of not providing information about passengers as a result of which many Shramik Special trains could not be operationalised. Out of 3,90,170 laboratory samples, 54,758 have been tested positive for COVID-19 until today. Also, 1,168 patients were discharged today and a total of 16,954 COVID-19 patients have been discharged after full recovery until today. Currently, 5,67,622 people are in home-quarantine and 35,200 people are in institutional quarantine. You May Also Like To Watch Huge crowd of migrant workers gathers in Dharavi to board buses for CSMT02:46 RELATED NEWSMira Bhayandar: Eight new COVID-19 positive cases; one deathMay 26, 2020Mira Bhayandar: 34 new COVID-19 positive cases, 2 deaths; more relaxa...May 25, 2020Mira Bhayandar reports 14 new COVID-19 positive cases, including a 2-...May 10, 2020 Work seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberCollegiate Quiz Championship for Grades XI and XIIScholarlyEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj AllianzMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesYou never saw resignation letter as this KFC employee wroteArborBlog.Com This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesIncome is above 10 Lac? Get 1 Cr Term Insurance @₹490/month*PolicybazaarFeed the migrant labourers. Donate a food kit @ Rs. 500/-Donatekart.comSmarter learning for your child anytime, on Dell PCs.Dell IndiaTake this Nielsen survey & share your experience with brandsNielsenYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day Posts
2020-05-26With 91 fresh deaths, Maharashtra records highest single-day spike in fatalities - United News of India
With 91 fresh deaths, Maharashtra records highest single-day spike in fatalitiesMumbai/Aurangabad, May 26 (UNI) Maharashtra on Tuesday recorded 97 deaths of corona patients, single-day highest so far, taking the death toll to 1,797.Also, 2,091 fresh cases were reported during the last 24 hours in the state taking the total number of infections to 54,758, Health minister Rajesh Tope said in Mumbai.Out the fresh deaths, 63 were men while 35 women. As many as 39 deaths were reported from Mumbai followed by 15 from Thane, eight in Pune, seven in Solapur, five each in Aurangabad and Mirabhainder, three each in Malegaon and Ulhasnagar and one each in Nagpur and Ratnagiri, the minister informed.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-05-26Maharashtra reports 97 coronavirus deaths in one day - Deccan Herald
Maharashtra reports 97 coronavirus deaths in one day Maharashtra reports 97 coronavirus deaths in one dayMaharashtra reports 97 coronavirus deaths in one day XShare viaShare permalinkMrityunjay Bose , DHNS, Mumbai, May 26 2020, 21:07 istupdated: May 26 2020, 21:07 istIn the worst day for Maharashtra, 97 COVID-19 deaths were reported on Tuesday. Of the 97 deaths,  39 were reported in Mumbai, 15 were in Thane city,  10 in Kalyan-Dombivli, 8 in Pune,  7 in Solapur, 5 in Aurangabad,  5 in Mira-Bhayender,  3 in Malegaon, 3 in Ulhasnagar, 1 in Nagpur and 1 in Ratnagiri. The total deaths in Maharashtra now stand at 1,792 and total positive cases rose to 54,758 with the addition of 2,091 cases in a  day's time.In Mumbai, the financial capital of India and worst-affected city,  the toll was 1,065 and positive cases 32,974. Meanwhile, 1,168 patients were discharged in the last 24 hours taking the total to 16,954. Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribe DH Newsletter Privacy Policy Get top news in your inbox daily GET IT MaharashtraCoronavirusCOVID-19MumbaiPune Related stories Acer teams up with IPN for smart teaching programme... 'I was determined', says girl who cycled injured dad... Cong slams Patanjali's plea for Ayurvedic trials 50% job seekers enhancing skills in lockdown: Survey... Kerala set to resume liquor sale from Thursday... Rahul weakening nation's fight against COVID-19: BJP What's BrewingTiming of COVID-19 test may be key to accuracy: StudyHere's what may have spurred solar system's formationTrump's tweets may be substantially fraudulent: TwitterCOVID-19: Viruses don't spread on flights, says CDC  DH Picks Coronavirus news live updates: Kerala crosses 1,000 cases, TN... Live Amphan: Sunderbans' 'tiger widows' struggle to survive Featured Content A $336 Million Jackpot Prize Could Be Won By... Pandemic Podcast: Inspiring children’s fitness solution COVID-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on May 27... ICMR removes price cap of Rs 4,500 for coronavirus...What's BrewingTiming of COVID-19 test may be key to accuracy: StudyHere's what may have spurred solar system's formationTrump's tweets may be substantially fraudulent: TwitterCOVID-19: Viruses don't spread on flights, says CDC What does your star sign say?Explore   National PoliticsNorth and CentralSouthEast and NortheastWest Karnataka Top StoriesPoliticsDistricts Bengaluru Top StoriesBengaluru CrimePoliticsInfrastructureLife in the City Sports CricketFormula 1 with DHFootballTennisSportsceneOther Sports Business Business NewsFamily FinanceTechnologyDH WheelsMultimediaVideosPhotos Opinion DH ViewsEditorialsPanoramaCommentIn PerspectiveRight in the Middle Entertainment Entertainment NewsDH ShowtimeDH TalkiesArts, Books & CultureCoronavirus Live UpdatesSubscribe to DH on TelegramDeccan Herald E-paper: May 27WATCH | Coronavirus latest updatesCoronavirus OutbreakCOVID-19 | State-wise tallyDH Picks Coronavirus news live updates: Kerala crosses 1,000 cases, TN tally surges past 18k; India records over 1.54 lakh cases Amphan: Sunderbans' 'tiger widows' struggle to survive Pandemic Podcast: Inspiring children’s fitness solution COVID-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on May 27 ICMR removes price cap of Rs 4,500 for coronavirus testLatest stories Woman in Bihar video died of pre-existing ailment: Rlys Kashmir: BJP leader demands special crimes tribunal Acer teams up with IPN for smart teaching programme 'I was determined', says girl who cycled injured dad Cong slams Patanjali's plea for Ayurvedic trialsTrending news COVID-19: Indian-Americans welcome relaxation in visa 'Weekly curfew to begin in Bengaluru from May 23 night' Telangana: 9 murders to hide one, cops solve case Truecaller records of 4.75cr Indians on sale for Rs 75k Train leaves Gujarat for Bihar but reaches KarnatakaServices About Epaper Newsletter Archives Sitemap Classifieds ContactOur group sites Printers Mysore Prajavani Sudha Mayura Privacy Policy Terms Disclaimer © 2020 The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd. XShare viaShare 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
2020-05-26MBMC revises COVID-19 protocol; building with +ve cases will not be sealed entirely - Free Press Journal
MBMC revises COVID-19 protocol; building with positive cases will not be sealed entirelyBy Suresh Golani As per the revised notification promulgated by municipal commissioner Chandrakant Dange on Sunday, only the floors where positive cases are found will be sealed, not entire buildings. Toeing the lines similar to their Greater Mumbai counterparts, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) issued a revised protocol for sealing of buildings after a resident from the society tested positive for coronavirus. As per the revised notification promulgated by municipal commissioner Chandrakant Dange on Sunday, only the floors where positive cases are found will be sealed, not entire buildings.However, residents of remaining floors of the building in which the positive patient will be found will continue adhering to existing guidelines- especially physical distancing norms.Ward officers of all six zonal divisions who have been also deputed as individual incident commanders will shoulder the responsibility of monitor and implement overall containment and surveillance measures of the seal premises under the direct supervision of the deputy commissioner (health). As per the contents of the notification, the protocol was apparently revised to remove hurdles faced by those living in containment areas and were engaged in essential duties to combat the Covid-19 pandemic“Presently, there are around 70 active containment zones in the twin-city.” confirmed said Dange. However containment zones are dynamic and the number of zones tend to change with the passage of time. As restrictions on containment zone are lifted only when no positive case is reported from the zone for a period of 14 days. Appeals have also been made not to stigmatize people who were being quarantined.With 11 new additions, the cumulative total of Covid-19 positive cases had reached 499 till Sunday. (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)Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC)COVID 19Chandrakant DangeRecent StoriesMumbai auto association writes to CM Uddhav Thackeray to allow operations of autorickshaws in cityExams or no exams, use lockdown time to study, instructs Higher Education MinisterCoronavirus in Mumbai: Equal work, unequal pay, complain some doctors on COVID duty at BMC hospitalsRW group break Kerala Film Set: Who are the Antarrashtriya Hindu Parishad (AHP)?No quarantine rules for ministers? BJP's Sadananda Gowda skips quarantine after his return from Delhi 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
2020-05-26Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 26 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 26By FPJ Web DeskANI Photo Pune Municipal Corporation Mayor Murlidhar Mohol on Tuesday evening said that 246 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in Pune and the total COVID-19 cases in the city are 5,427.He added that 140 patients became free from COVID-19 and the total patients free from the virus are 2,875.Here is a list of new micro-containment zones in Pune:1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898)2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Dandekar pool vashat Final Plot no 1A, 2A, 2B, 28, 585, 587, 587 Aambil stream colony area5. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi areaAlso ReadFake message alert: Mumbai Police rubbishes rumours of 'military lockdown' in Mumbai and Pune6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth.7. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala Road8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar area16. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashatAlso Read'Sacred Games' actor Ramchandra Dhumal who played Nawazuddin Siddiqui's father dies in Pune 17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahat19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 65820. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir.21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 B22. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area26. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc.28. Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti Premises30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao areaAlso ReadFPJ Fast Facts: Online liquor delivery allowed in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Pune - how to get an online permit from Maha Excise Department 31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF Premises33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areas34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15B37. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid Premises38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 18Also ReadNo way out: Migrants' family sell cattle to fund their travel home; remain stranded in Mumbai after flight cancellation41. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar area42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canal44. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67)47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 Shivajinagar48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 5950. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi AreaAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Koko restaurant staff tests positive for COVID-1951. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plaza52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat Premises57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir Premises59. Hadapsar, Adarsh ​​Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: GSB Wadala postpones Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations to February 2021Meanwhile, in Pimpri Chinchwad 40 fresh cases rose on Saturday and the total positive cases are 430.Here is a list of containment zones in the twin-city:1. Kharalwadi2. Shivneri Colony, Pimple Gurav3. Rupeenagar4. Vijaynagar, Dighi5. Madhuban Society, Old Sanghvi6. Indiranagar, Chinchwad7. Sathenagar, Charholi8. Shubhashree RH Society, Pimple Saudagar9. Banakarvasti, Moshi10. Bajaj School Area, Sambhajinagar11. New Angels School, Talwade12. Woodsville, MoshiAlso ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe released by NMMC as of May 2613. Kalewadi14. Mohan Nagar15. Tamhanewasti16. Tapkir Chowk, Charholi17. Nikamvasti, Charholi18. Landgenagar19. Kaspatewasti, Wakad20. Dattanagar, Thergaon21. Guruvihar Society, Bhosari22. Hutatma Chowk, Bhosari23. Chatrapati Chowk, Rahatni24. Anand Nagar, Chinchwad Station25. Chakrapani vashat, Bhosari26. Pawna Nagar, Old Sanghvi27. Shubhashree CHS, Akurdi28. Vikas Nagar, Kiwale29. Tambe school, Rahatni30. PhugewadiAlso ReadActor Himansh Kohli flies from Mumbai to Delhi; purchases two plane tickets to 'minimise contact with anyone'31. Sai Paradise, Pimple Saudagar32. Panchadurg, Rupeenagar33. Kawade Nagar, Pimple Gurav34. Umbrella Garden, Sambhajinagar35. Amrutdhara, Dighi36. Morevasti37. Bhatnagar38. Gyn Aangan Society, Rahatni39. Hanuman Colony, Bhosari40. Kshitij Destination, Bhosari41. Alankapuram Road, Bhosari42. Sadhguru colony, wakad43. Srikrishna Colony, Rahatni44. Shardanagar, Chikhali45. Walhekarwadi46. Akash Raj, RavetAlso ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones under Panvel Municipal Corporation including Kamothe, Kharghar, New Panvel, Kalamboli as of May 26 (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. 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2020-05-26Coronavirus | Maharashtra records highest single-day deaths - The Hindu
Coronavirus | Maharashtra records highest single-day deaths 4hrs NC’s stand on August 5 remains unchanged: Omar 4hrs MLA injured as protests over power disruption turn violent in Kolkata 5hrs Lockdown | Tamil Nadu loses 85% of GST revenue in April Home News National International States Cities Coronavirus Video & Podcast Expert Speak All Reports E-BOOK Opinion Cartoon Columns Editorial Interview Lead Readers' Editor Comment Open Page Letters Business Agri-Business Industry Economy Markets Budget 2020 Stock Quotes Sport Cricket Football Hockey Tennis Athletics Motorsport Races Other Sports Crossword+ Entertainment Art Dance Movies Music Reviews Theatre Life & Style Fashion Fitness Food Motoring Travel Homes and gardens Luxury thREAD Subscribe Start your trial Why pay for news? - Know More Coronavirus | Maharashtra records highest single-day deaths Share On News National International States Cities In pictures: Cyclone Amphan makes landfall News National National Coronavirus | Maharashtra records highest single-day deaths Jyoti Shelar Mumbai, May 27, 2020 04:53 IST Updated: May 27, 2020 01:50 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Jyoti Shelar Mumbai, May 27, 2020 04:53 IST Updated: May 27, 2020 01:50 IST State also records 2,091 cases taking the tally to 54,758 Maharashtra recorded the sharpest rise in the COVID-19 mortality on Tuesday with 97 deaths pushing the toll to 1,792. The State also recorded 2,091 cases taking the tally to 54,758.While the highest — 39 deaths — were reported from Mumbai, which remains the epicentre of the outbreak, 15 deaths were reported from Thane, 10 from the Kalyan Dombivali region, five from Mira Bhayandar and three from Ulhasnagar. Pune recorded eight deaths, Solapur seven, Aurangabad five, Malegaon recorded three and Nagpur and Ratnagiri recorded one each.Health officials clarified that 35 of the 97 deaths had occurred over the last two days while the rest were reported from April 17 to May 23. Officials said of the 63 of them were men and 34 women. Nearly 67% of the patients had co-morbid conditions like diabetes, hypertension, asthma, heart disease etc. While the officials deliberate on lifting the lockdown in a calibrated manner post May 31, they are also anticipating a surge in cases as that happens. Mumbai and the rest of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region continue to be the hotspots. 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2020-05-26COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report five cases each; Ambernath sees a spike - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report five cases each; Ambernath sees a spikeYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report five cases each; Ambernath sees a spikeBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 26, 2020, 21:41 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational image. Photo by KK Choudhary/BCCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported five fresh positive cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of cases in the city climbed to 214. So far, nine people have died due to the virus while 81 people have been cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Two women aged 28 and 24, respectively, from Section 22, Kanwarram Chowk have tested positive for COVID-19. Also, two women from Ravindra Nagar, Ulhasnagar-5 have contracted the virus. A 36-year-old woman from Ulhasnagar-4 has also been infected with the virus. In Badlapur too, five people have come out to be positive on Tuesday taking the city's tally to 179. According to the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation, 73 people have been discharged until now while the reports of 32 people are awaited. Out of the five, an 11-year-old boy from Ambika building near Bhagwati hospital has tested positive, whereas a 44-year-old woman from Shiv Residency, Katrap has also contracted the coronavirus. A 59-year-old woman from Marathon Nx Vivo has been infected with the virus. A 49-year-old man deployed with the Mumbai Police has tested positive in Purushottam Heights, Aptewadi and a 39-year-old man from Maurya Heights, Manjarli, who works as an engineer in Mumbai's Bhabha hospital has also tested positive. Meanwhile, Ambernath witnessed a sudden spike in the number of coronavirus cases on Tuesday. 12 people were tested positive in the city, taking the tally to 78. Till now, 27 people have been cured and discharged while two have succumbed to the virus. The remaining are being treated in designated hospitals in and around the city, informed the Ambernath Municipal Corporation. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesFlat 10% OFF on packs of peanuts & more.Healthy MasterThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesPriority Protect Mask P95 with 6-layer filter-Pack of 3@295Priority Work seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberLife cover + 40 Critical Illnesses cover with a Term Plan^Max Life InsuranceSamsung Curd Maestro™ Refrigerator - Now make perfect curdSamsungBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsMy husband is stuck in Dubai & my only son is dying. Help meKETTO
2020-05-262,091 coronavirus cases and 97 deaths in Maharashtra - Outlook India
2,091 coronavirus cases and 97 deaths in Maharashtra Outlook May 26, 2020 21:37 IST 2,091 coronavirus cases and 97 deaths in Maharashtra outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Mumbai, May 26 (PTI) Maharashtra on Tuesday reported the highest number of COVID-19 deaths in a single day -- 97 -- and 2,091 new coronavirus patients, a health official said. While some of the deaths had taken place earlier but were reported as COVID-19-related fatalities only on Tuesday, Mumbai alone accounted for 39 deaths, he said. The tally of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra rose to 54,758 and number of deaths due to the pandemic to 1,792, he added. "Out of 97 deaths, 35 deaths occurred in the last two days while remaining 62 had taken place between April 17 to May 23," he said. 1,168 patients were discharged from hospital, taking the number of recovered patients to 16,954, the official said. Out of 97 deaths, 39 are from Mumbai, 15 from Thane, 10 from Kalyan Dombivli, eight from Pune, seven from Solapur, five each from Aurangabad and Mira Bhayandar, three each from Malegaon and Ulhasnagar and one each from Nagpur and Ratnagiri, he said. Of 54,758 cases in the state, 32,974 are from Mumbai city while the death toll in the state capital has gone up to 1,065, he said. The worst-hit Thane division, which includes Mumbai and surrounding satellite towns, has reported 41,886 cases and 1,226 deaths. Currently 5,67,622 people are in home quarantine and 35,200 in institutional quarantine in the state, the official said. The second worst-hit area is Pune city where COVID-19 cases increased to 5,602 and death toll to 268. The number of cases and deaths in Pune division was 7,320 and 336, respectively, he said. The Nashik division has 1,684 cases and reported 106 deaths due to COVID-19. Kolhapur division has reported 617 cases and seven deaths while Aurangabad has reported 1,541 cases and 54 deaths, the official said. Latur division has reported 256 cases and eight deaths followed by Akola division at 802 cases and 34 deaths. Nagpur division has reported 600 cases and nine deaths. 52 people from other states are receiving treatment in Maharashtra for COVID-19. 12 such persons have died in the state. There are 2,562 containment zones in the state. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 54,758, new cases 2,091, deaths 1,792, discharged 16,954, active cases 36,004, people tested so far 3,90,170. 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 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Injury Not serious, AC Milan Confirm Pep Guardiola The Best Coach In The World, Says Arjen Robben Manchester United Duo Paul Pogba And Marcus Rashford Fit For Premier League Restart More from Outlook Magazine Covid-19 Diary | From Reel To Real Life, From Leading Actress To An Obsessed Nurse Unlock Art Web Series Challenges You To Try New Things: Jaideep Ahlawat Next Story : Delhi riots: Court extends Safoora Zargar''s custody till June 25 Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-05-261002 new COVID-19 cases & 39 deaths reported in Mumbai; 8814 patients recover - Republic World - Republic World
1002 new COVID-19 cases & 39 deaths reported in Mumbai; 8814 patients recover Last Updated: 26th May, 2020 21:58 IST 1002 New COVID-19 Cases & 39 Deaths Reported In Mumbai; 8814 Patients Recover With 1002 persons testing positive for COVID-19 in Mumbai on May 26 till 6 pm, the city's COVID-19 tally surged to 32,791. Also, 39 more deaths were reported Written By Akhil Oka With 1002 persons testing positive for the novel coronavirus in Mumbai on Tuesday, May 26 till 6 pm, the city's COVID-19 tally surged to 32,791. A total of 410 COVID-19 patients were discharged in the day, taking the number of recovered to 8,814. Meanwhile, 39 persons passed away owing to COVID-19 in the day, propelling Mumbai's COVID-19 death toll to 1065. 25 of the aforesaid deceased had co-morbidities. As per the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, 1,74,841 samples have been tested for COVID-19 in 7 government labs and 13 private labs till May 25. 82% of Dedicated COVID Hospitals, Dedicated COVID Hospital Centres and COVID Care Centre 2 having a capacity of 13,023 beds are occupied. Moreover, 63% of the oxygen support beds (4116), 96% of the ICU beds (644) and 66% of ventilator beds (359) are also occupied. Currently, there are 686 active containment zones in Mumbai while 2826 buildings have been sealed. 22,515 patients have been screened in 380 fever clinics.  Read: Rahul Gandhi Washes Hands Off Maharashtra Covid Crisis; Says 'Cong Supporting, Not Ruling' 1002 new #COVID19 positive cases & 39 deaths have been reported in Mumbai today. Total positive cases rise to 32,791 and death toll stands at 1065: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). #Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/jV7K0KKtxx — ANI (@ANI) May 26, 2020 Read: Amid Shramik Special Trains Row; Piyush Goyal Highlights Collapse Of MVA In Maharashtra 2091 COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra After 2091 persons tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Tuesday in Maharashtra, the state's COVID-19 tally rose to 54,758. 1168 patients were discharged in the day, taking the number of recovered to 16,954. 97 deaths- 39 from Mumbai, 15 from Thane, 10 from Kalyan-Dombivali, 8 from Pune, 7 from Solapur, 5 each from Aurangabad and Mira-Bhayandar, 3 each from Malegaon and Ulhasnagar and one each from Nagpur and Ratnagiri were reported on Tuesday, propelling the state's death toll to 1792. 65 of the aforesaid deceased had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, etc. While 5,67,622 persons are in home quarantine, 35,200 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres.  Read: Coronavirus Live Updates: India's Recovery Rate Surges To 41.61%; Cases Near 1.5 Lakh Mark Novel coronavirus cases in India At present, there are 1,45,380 novel coronavirus cases in India out of which 60,491 patients have been discharged while 4,167 casualties have been reported. Addressing a press briefing earlier in the day, Lav Aggarwal- the Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Health revealed that India's recovery rate had surged to 41.61% from 7.1% in March. He highlighted that India's fatality rate of 2.87% was one of the lowest in the world. Aggarwal pointed out that only 10.7 cases per lakh population had been reported in India as against the global average of 69.9 cases. Similarly, he noted that India had witnessed 0.3 deaths per lakh population in contrast to 4.5 deaths per lakh population in the world. Read: CM Uddhav Gets FAM Association Request For Restricted Opening Of Mumbai's Shops From June First Published: 26th May, 2020 21:58 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water SAVE WATER NOW PLEDGE NOW PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR LATEST NEWS View all 1 min ago Man impersonates actor on social media, cheats woman 1 hour ago 3 new covid-19 cases in up's gautam buddh nagar; total 362 1 hour ago Pune covid-19 cases up by 327 to 6,480; death toll 289 10 hours ago Mumbai: leading mandal postpones ganpati festival celebration 11 hours ago Indore one-year-old gets surprise birthday cake & senerade from police amid covid lockdown WORLD The Debate Business News Entertainment News Sports News World News India News Technology News Shows Nation Wants To know Sunday Debate With Arnab R. Glitz Anupam Kher's People R. Access Patriot R. Wrap The Hidden Story R. EWIND REPUBLIC About Us Advertise Careers Intern With Us Contact Us TOP STORIES India, china try to defuse tension at the lac, sources say ‘no compromise to be made’ Coronavirus live updates: india's recovery rate surges to 41.61%; cases near 1.5 lakh mark Direct hotels to charge foreign returnees only for 7 days & refund balance: mha to states India's recovery rate surges to 41.61% from 7.1% in march; icmr hails testing strategy FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-05-26LIVE: Maharashtra reports 97 Covid-19 deaths, its highest single-day toll - Hindustan Times
Sign in Sign Out e-paper   May 26, 2020-Tuesday select city Metro cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata Other cities - Noida, Gurgaon, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Bhopal , Chandigarh , Dehradun, Indore, Jaipur, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi Powered by Tuesday, May 26, 2020 india cities coronavirus #WFHLife opinion world cricket entertainment education trending videos tech podcasts health auto HTLS 2019 gurugram lifestyle real-estate ht-weekend epaper sports brandstudio-live photos business ht-brand stories ht-weekend videos real-estate lifestyle tech ht school mumbai live updates ht bangla ht punjabi Search Coronavirus Outbreak Guide by HT Latest Stories ADVERTISEMENT LIVE BLOG LIVE: Air India security staff on board domestic flight tests Covid-19 positive Economies want to boost demand as nations open up despite a rise in the number of fresh cases. India inches towards 1.4 lakh cases. By HT Correspondent | Updated: May 26, 2020 23:21 IST highlights 11:21 PM IST Virus spread 'still accelerating' in Brazil, Peru, Chile: WHO Regional office 10:32 PM IST Air India security staff on board domestic flight tests Covid-19 positive 09:09 PM IST Passenger on IndiGo's Chennai-Coimbatore flight tests Covid-19 positive 08:34 PM IST Maharashtra records 2,091 new Covid-19 cases, 97 deaths 08:18 PM IST SAI resumes sports activities at New Delhi's Dhyan Chand Stadium 07:51 PM IST Civil Aviation Minister shares info on air passengers 07:32 PM IST Karnataka to open temples from June 1: State Minister 07:03 PM IST Odisha to draft new strategy to deal with Covid-19: CM 06:28 PM IST With 67 new Covid-19 cases, Kerala count rises to 964 05:50 PM IST Complete lockdown in Thane's Mumbra from midnight due to rising Covid cases 05:48 PM IST Over 35,000 active Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra so far: Chief Secy 05:40 PM IST Assam's Covid-19 tally nears 600, death toll at 4 05:14 PM IST No major side-effects of HCQ found in Indian studies 05:06 PM IST HCQ usage recommended under strict medical supervision: ICMR 04:32 PM IST The android version of Aarogya Setu app at 7 pm today PTI Photo Coronavirus restrictions are being eased across the world as economies look to begin countering the long-term slump the Covid-19 brought to the economy. Several nations will see growth in the negative zone. Germany has seen businesses reopen but their index reminds far below normal readings. India wants to give infrastructure and consumption of FMCG a boost in the rural areas to bring back demand in the economy.Click here for the complete coverage of the Covid-19 pandemicDespite over 2.3 lakh people recovering, Covid-19 cases have crossed the 5.5 lakh mark across the planet. India has recorded more than 1,45,380 cases with 4,167 deaths and more than 60,000 people have recovered. Among Asian nations only Turkey has recorded more infections than India. Brazil has turned into a hotspot with Covid-19 now entering the remotest areas of the nation infecting indigenous tribes in the Amazon, some of them who have very small or dwindling populations. 11:21 PM IST Virus spread 'still accelerating' in Brazil, Peru, Chile: WHO Regional office International health authorities expressed concern Tuesday over signs the spread of the new coronavirus is "still accelerating" in Brazil, Peru and Chile, reports AFP. 10:32 PM IST Air India security staff on board domestic flight tests Covid-19 positive A 50-year-old man who is a member of security staff in Air India and a permanent resident of Delhi, has tested positive for coronavirus. He came back from Delhi on 25th May on board a domestic flight: District Public Relations Office, Ludhiana : ANI 09:09 PM IST Passenger on IndiGo's Chennai-Coimbatore flight tests Covid-19 positive IndiGo says crew grounded after a passenger on Chennai-Coimbatore flight tests positive for coronavirus 08:34 PM IST Maharashtra records 2,091 new Covid-19 cases, 97 deaths Maharashtra recorded 2,091 new Covid-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total to 54,758. It recorded 97 deaths, taking the total toll to 1, 792. This is the highest single-day fatalities toll.Of the deaths on Tuesday, 39 are in Mumbai, 15 in Thane, 10 in Kalyan Dombivali, 8 in Pune, 7 in Solapur, 5 in Aurangabad, 5 in Mira Bhayandar, 3 each in Ulhasnagar and Malegaon and one each in Nagpur city and Ratnagiri. 08:18 PM IST SAI resumes sports activities at New Delhi's Dhyan Chand Stadium The Sports Authority of India (SAI) has resumed sports activities at New Delhi's Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium. SAI has decided that a maximum of only 50 percent of sports facilities in various stadia will be made operational to ensure social distancing. :ANI Delhi: Sports Authority of India (SAI) has resumed sports activities at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium. SAI has decided that a maximum of only 50 percent of sports facilities in various stadia will be made operational to ensure social distancing. #lockdown4 pic.twitter.com/jKqJoOpUB4— ANI (@ANI) May 26, 2020 07:51 PM IST Civil Aviation Minister shares info on air passengers The civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri said that airports across the country had handled 41,673 passengers till 5 pm on Tuesday."Our airports have handled 325 departures & 283 arrivals with 41,673 passengers till 5pm on 26 May 2020, the 2nd day after recommencement of domestic flights. Final report for the day will be prepared after details come in at midnight," he said on Twitter. 07:32 PM IST Karnataka to open temples from June 1: State Minister Karnataka government has decided to open temples from June 1, ANI quoted state minister Kota Srinivas Poojari as saying.He said, "Standard Operating Protocol will be followed, which will be issued soon. We'll make necessary arrangements till May 31. Online seva booking will start from tomorrow in 52 temples." 07:03 PM IST Odisha to draft new strategy to deal with Covid-19: CM Odisha will draft new strategy to deal with coronavirus as the days ahead are set to get more challenging with restoration of train and flight services, says chief minister Naveen Patnaik.: PTI 06:28 PM IST With 67 new Covid-19 cases, Kerala count rises to 964 Total number of Covid-19 cases in Kerala have risen to 964 including 415 active cases: Kerala CM Pinarayi VijayanThe state reported 67 new Covid-19 positive cases today: ANI 05:50 PM IST Complete lockdown in Thane's Mumbra from midnight due to rising Covid cases Complete lockdown in Thane's Mumbra area from Tuesday midnight in view of rising number of Covid-19 cases; only milk, medical shops will be open from 7 am to 9 am, all others to remain shut till further orders: Municipal commissioner Vijay Singhal.: PTI 05:48 PM IST Over 35,000 active Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra so far: Chief Secy There are 35,178 active Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra as of now, according to the state chief secretary Ajoy Mehta. 80% of cases are asymptomatic in the state. Doubling rate in Maharashtra is right now 14 days, earlier it was 5 days, he said: ANI 05:40 PM IST Assam's Covid-19 tally nears 600, death toll at 4 Two new cases of Covid-19 were reported from Nagaon in Assam today, taking the total positive cases in the state to 597, including 62 discharged, 4 deaths and 3 migrated: Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Two new cases of #COVID19 reported from Nagaon, total positive cases 597, including 62 discharged, 4 deaths and 3 migrated: Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma pic.twitter.com/hXdpejKh44— ANI (@ANI) May 26, 2020 05:14 PM IST No major side-effects of HCQ found in Indian studies According to the ICMR, no major side-effects of HCQ has been found in studies in India. Its use should be continued as preventive treatment for Covid-19."We clearly advised HCQ should be taken with food, not on empty stomach. 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2020-05-26COVID-19: Here are the important highlights of May 26 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19: Here are the important highlights of May 26You are in an offline modeCOVID-19: Here are the important highlights of May 26By Ria SharmaRia Sharma, Mirror Online | Updated: May 26, 2020, 21:44 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational Image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLChief Secretary of Maharashtra, Ajoy Mehta, on Tuesday said that there are 35,178 active cases in Maharashtra and 80 percent of the cases are asymptomatic. “Doubling rate in Maharashtra right now is 14 days, earlier it was five days,” he added. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Tuesday said that the recovery rate in COVID-19 cases in the country has been constantly improving on a daily basis. The Ministry also informed that at least 60,490 people in the country have recovered from the disease. The recovery rate which was 7.1 percent in the first lockdown, 11.42 percent in second, 26.59 percent was in third lockdown, is now 41.61 percent. Here are the other highlights of May 26:- Dharavi reports 38 new COVID cases Dharavi reported 38 new coronavirus positive cases on Tuesday, taking the figures to 1,621. No death was reported from Dharavi on Tuesday. A senior BMC official said that the new cases were found in Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Azad Nagar, New Municipal Chawl, Shastri Nagar, Matunga labour camp and some other localities of Dharavi. Kalyan Dombivali reports 21 new COVID-19 cases 21 new cases of coronavirus have been reported from Kalyan and Dombivli in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of positive COVID-19 cases to 825. According to the figures released by the KDMC, a 70-year-old woman from Govindwadi area in Kalyan East succumbed to the infection. The total deaths in the area now stand at 23. 280 people have also been cured and discharged from the hospitals so far. Mumbai airport handles 4,224 passengers as services resume As domestic flight services resumed following relaxation of the lockdown regulations, 22 flights took off from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport on Tuesday. The airport handled a total of 4,224 passengers, 3,114 who flew from the Mumbai airport and 1,100 arriving passengers from cities across the country. Raj Thackeray writes to Governor to cancel final year degree exams MNS Chief Raj Thackeray wrote to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to cancel final year exams in the view of the COVID-19 pandemic. The development comes as Maharashtra Minister and Yuva Sena have urged the UGC to cancel the final year exams. In a letter, Thackeray asked the Governor is Chancellor or Universities, why was there this unreasonable demand to hold the final year university exams. "Why and for whom?" 7 personnel from Maharashtra police control room test positive Seven personnel posted at the state police control room tested positive for coronavirus. Meanwhile, the number of positive cases in Mumbai police has breached the 1,000 mark while the death toll in the city police force has gone up to 12. A top source in the state police told Mirror Online on Tuesday that the 7 personnel at the control room, located at the state police headquarters at Colaba, tested positive following a check that became necessary after some other staff became symptomatic. Hundreds of migrant workers gather near Freeway in Wadala Uncertain of when and how they will reach their native places, a large number of migrant labourers gathered near the Eastern Freeway in Wadala on Tuesday afternoon. They were spotted as they waited to board buses to reach the LTT from where they can catch the Shramik Special trains to their hometowns. Mirror Photojournalist Sachin Haralkar found the migrant workers sitting in the scorching sun with barely anything to shield themselves with. Photos: Hundreds of migrant workers gather near Freeway in Wadala with the hope of reaching home15Desperate to reach homeWhile we sit at our homes with the fear of contracting the deadly coronavirus by venturing outside, hundreds of migrant workers flock to the nearby railway and bus stations in scorching heat to reach their homes. Uncertain of when and how they will reach their native places, a large number of migrant labourers gathered near the Eastern Freeway in Wadala on Tuesday afternoon. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLThe wait is not over yetWith no other means of transport available as a precautionary measure against the spread of coronavirus, hundreds of migrant workers we spotted as they waited to board buses to reach the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) from where they can catch the Shramik Special trains to their hometowns. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLMultiple challenges for migrant workersMirror Photojournalist Sachin Haralkar found the migrant workers sitting in the scorching sun with barely anything to shield themselves with. The migrants had a tough time as they waited for the buses for almost two to three hours. While some used umbrellas to block the dazzling sunlight, others were seen with handkerchiefs tied around their heads. Also, the women present there had to urinate in the open, in the nearby bushes. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLTug of war between the govt and CRMeanwhile, on Tuesday, the Central Railways accused the Maharashtra government of not providing information about passengers as a result of which many Shramik Special trains could not be operated. A total of 39 Shramik Special trains were operated on May 25 in Maharashtra. Railways had offered 125 trains for evacuation of migrants from Maharashtra but the government was only able to give information of passengers for 41 trains till 2 am on May 25. Out of these 41 trains, only 39 trains could run as passengers could not be brought by local authorities and these two trains had to be cancelled. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLNo end to migrants’ woesThe government has allowed the operation of Shramik special trains for the purpose of repatriation of stranded people amid the coronavirus lockdown, which has now been extended till May 31. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCL Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report five cases each; Ambernath sees a spike Ulhasnagar reported five fresh positive cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of cases in the city climbed to 214. In Badlapur too, five people have come out to be positive on Tuesday taking the city's tally to 179. Meanwhile, Ambernath witnessed a sudden spike in the number of coronavirus cases on Tuesday. 12 people were tested positive in the city, taking the tally to 78. Migrant workers wait at Vasai to board special trains Thousands of migrant workers gathered at Suncity grounds of Vasai on Tuesday, waiting for their turn to go to Vasai railway station and board trains to their native places. According to the Railway department, six Shramik Special trains for Uttar Pradesh are leaving from the Vasai railway station today. Out of the total trains, three will leave for Jaunpur, One for Gorakhpur, and two for Bhadoi. Piyush Goyal requests Maharashtra Govt to cooperate in ensuring that distressed migrants are able to reach their homes On Tuesday, the CR accused the Maharashtra government of not providing information about passengers as a result of which many Shramik Special trains could not be operated. 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2020-05-25Thane: 4 Covid-19 deaths in Kalyan-Dombivli, 3 in Ulhasnagar in 24 hrs - Times of India
Thane: 4 Covid-19 deaths in Kalyan-Dombivli, 3 in Ulhasnagar in 24 hrsThane: 4 Covid-19 deaths in Kalyan-Dombivli, 3 in Ulhasnagar in 24 hrsPradeep Gupta | TNN | May 25, 2020, 22:29 ISTRepresentative imageKALYAN: Four Covid-19 patient died in last 24 hours while 36 new cases were reported from Kalyan-Dombivli taking total numbers of patients to 804 in the city including 22 deaths. The 36 new patients includes six patients from a single family in Titwala where a 6-year old girl her parents also infected due to Covid-19. Neighbouring Ulhasnagar city on Monday reported 18 new cases including three deaths, taking total numbers of cases in the city to 209, which includes nine deaths also Three deaths include a-60-year old woman from Ambedkar Nagar area and another 30-year old from Hira Ghat area. The third patient who died is a 61-yr-old man from C-Block area. On Monday, Badlapur also witnessed sudden jump of 15 new patients totalling 173 patients in the region. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCoronavirus casesCoronavirus test centersCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaIndia China border newsBalbir Singh seniorCoronavirus in India livePakistan Plane CrashIRCTC Special TrainsIBM LayoffsCoronavirus vaccine updateFuel Demand in IndiaBihar Board 10th ResultLATEST VIDEOSCityWhatsapp admin responsible for rumours: Mumbai Police Liquor shops in Puducherry open after 2-month Covid-19 shutdown Covid-19: Ghaziabad seals border with Delhi, only essential services allowed Chandigarh: Migrants pelt stones after Bihar-bound train cancelled More from TOIIs ginger an immunity booster?Drink 2-3 cups of coffee to lose weight quicklyTop 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 IndiaIndia China border newsBalbir Singh seniorCoronavirus in India livePakistan Plane CrashIRCTC Special TrainsIBM LayoffsCoronavirus vaccine updateFuel Demand in IndiaBihar Board 10th ResultCBSE NewsCoronavirus VaccineAmavasya in May 2020NewsCoronavirus newsHoroscope todayWeekly HoroscopeStep 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 webDelhi Flight CancellationsCoronavirus Vaccine UpdateRenuka ShahaneHina KhanRanveer-DeepikaTwinkle KhannaCovid-19 VaccineCoronavirus VaccineArjun BijlaniTrending topicsSara Ali KhanInaaya Naumi KemmuAkshay KumarSuhana KhanBollywood to Resume ShootAkshay KumarWhen is EidKareena KapoorPrem ChopraShah Rukh KhanBoney KapoorSalman KhanVodafone Double Data PlaniOS 13.5 UpdateMoto G8 Power Lite LaunchAmazon App QuizContainment Zones in DelhiInfrared ThermometerFollow 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
2020-05-25Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones issued by Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) as of May 25 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones issued by Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) as of May 25By FPJ Web DeskPhot Credit: ANIThe number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra crossed the 50,000-mark on Sunday on account of 3,041 new detections, the highest in the single day. The overall death toll in the state has gone up by 58, including 39 from Mumbai, to 1,635.The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane rose to 5,387 after 309 more people tested positive for the disease in the Maharashtra. Out of the total cases, Thane municipal limits have so far reported 1,891 cases, Navi Mumbai-1,561, Kalyan- Dombivali-730, Mira Bhayander-489, Thane Rural-267, Ulhasnagar-156, Badlapur-153, Bhiwandi-82, and Ambernath-58.Also ReadCoronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of May 25Here is a list of containment zones in Kalyan and Dombivli:1. Zojwala Complex, c wing, Chakkinaka, Kalyan (E), Near Metro Mall, Metro Residency, Kalyan (E)2. Tisai darshan bld,Kalyan (E), Santosh Darshan, Kalyan East, mansorovar sadgurukurpa sankul3. Mansasarovar lokdhara, kalyan (E)4. Sai, Vinayak Mahal, VijaY Nagar, Kalyan East,heera tower,Kalyan East5. Hanuman nagar, Patripool, near radha krishan mandir, kalyan (E)6. Ganesh chawl, katemanivili , Bhgwan nagar kalyan (E)7. Mahalaxmi Shopping Centre Kalyan East8. Om Parijat Society9. New Shanti Sadan , Tisgaonpada10. Parnakuti Chawl Saibaba Nagar11. Tisaikunj, Santosh Nagar12. Mhatre Nagar,Sainathwadi Dom East13. Ayregaon Hanuman Mandir14. Rajaram Complex Garibacha Wada15. Nilkanthdhara,phase2 bwing Raju Nagar ,Dombivali West16. Vandana smruti girija mata mandir old dombivili (w)17. Ganga Niwas, Velankar School, Jayhind Colony Dombivili (w) 18. Gurudeep Bld, App. Swastik Tower, Devicha Pada Dombivili (W) 19. Sai darshan bld,Kumbharkhanpada dombivili (w) 20. swarupanand co opp,.hou soc,gupte road, dombivili (W) 21. Om sai deep chawl, Mothgaon Retibander road, dombivli (w) 22. Shivganga Bld, Navapada Kanoji Jethe Nagar Dom West 23. Shivdarshan Navagaon Anand Nagar Dombivali West 24. Shevantidham 201,Bedekar Galli Thakurwadi Dombivali West Wd 54 25. Om Gangeshwar,Sai Health Care, Hospital Dombivali West jayhind Colony ward 57 26. Tridev Society, Anand Nagar wd 55 27. Bhavesh bhoirs own house, gavdevi mandir,Gavdevi Road Near Railway Track Dom West 28. Jaiganesh Soc, Telkoswadi, Dombivili (W),,Urvashi bld, Near Kidland School, Telkoswadi, old 29. vishal park rd from charubama school smashan bhoomi kopargaon 30. Nav sanjay society -prasad bar karve rd,to ganpati sadan dombivali west 31. Shruti Park B-wing room no. 403 deslepada,Mangalmuti apt Near Mayuresh Mandir Deslepada 32. Oshan heights, near Vidya Niketan,school,manpada,Vaze bhaga Bld, Manpada Dombivali East 33. Jimkhana Rd, Behind surya Hospital,Mahallaxmi Apt Mahesh Patil Nagarsevak banglow 34. Swapnpurti Chawl, Nandivili, Kalyan (E)OM Sai park d wing, SAI Vishw nagar nadivili kalyan (E)Nandivali,Dhanshree chawl, room no.305 nandivili , kalyan 35. Aryan Apartment, 2nd floor Malang Road Kalyan East 50-50 dhaba,Balaji Colony , Room no.4, chawl no.11, kalyan ,Riddhi siddhi Pisavali 36. Pandurang Aprt ,Matoshree School Dom ,Sakar apartment ajadegaon Domb, apartment , Rudra Apartment Room No. 504 Ajadegaon Dom 37. mayureshwar bld,VIGNESWAR DARSAN BLDG,,STAR COLONY ganesh mandir DOMBIVALI EAST,sagaon 38. Shankeshwar plus hos soc near mangeshi city kolvili , 2) kalyan (w), Shankeshwar Platinum, Kolivili 39. Chandra bhaga bld, adharwadi Kolvali road, kalyan (W) 40. Devashish Bld.Durgadi chowk, kalyan (w) 41. Shree complex,BLD . Sai dham near don bosco school kalyan (w) 42. Samruddhi apartment, Juna dudh naka kalyan (w) 43. annpurna nagar, behind apurva lake view adharwadi , kalyan (w) 44. Jay Sairam Bld no.6 Chanakya Nagar ,Umbarde Kalyan West 45. Moulavi Compound, Ijaj Bld, Retibandar Rd, Govindwadi Kalyan West 46. Ashfak Don,Kalyan West 47. Madhav Sankalp, Kashish Park Kalyan west 48. Godrej Park Near KD Hotel,Barave Road Kalyan W 49. Yogidham Safire,kalyan West 50. Cypress Bld.Vasant Valley Khadakpada Kalyan west 51. Vishal Mathura Bld opp sandip Hotel 52. Lodha Garden, Gandhare Rd 53. Vrundavan Park, Gauripada,Kalyan West 54. Mangeshi Shrushti,Phase-I,II Kalyan West 55. Shankeshwar krupa ,Kokan ratna Hotel Kalyan West 56. Gokul Varsha Bld,near gajanan Hospital Kalyan West 57. Yash Parvati Niketan ,Jay Bholenath Temple, Ramdaswadi Kalyan West 58. Mahavir Hts Gokul Nagari Khadakpada Kalyan West 59. Megha Silvaraj Holy cross School, karnik Rd.Kalyan West 60. Lord Sumatinath, Tarangan Ashwini Bld Vayle Nagar Kalyan West 61. Balaji Residency,Katemanivili Naka, Kalyan ,shivaji colony , Shreeram Nivas, kalyan 62. Saket tower ,Salwe bld , Near Mhsoba chowk, Karpewadi, Kolsewadi kalyan East,Karpewadi 63. Trimurti colony,Behind Laxmipuram bld, Vitthalwadi, kalyan(E) 64. Sai Krupa Bld. A-wing Ganeshwadi 65. Om Sai Apartment ,F-Cabin Road,Vithalmandir 66. Ganga vihar Colony,Neharu Nagar Vithalwadi 67. Nav Vaishali Apartment Durga Mata Mandir Rd 68. Sunil nagar prabhat tower, Dombivili (E) 69. Raghuveer Nagar(Sangita wadi), shiv sadan Bld. Leva Bhawan Dom East 70. Pandurang wadi (Sangita wadi) 71. Pendse nagar, moti sadan society 72. Ravikiran bld, kanchangao, khambalpada, Thakuli dombivali east 73. Chamunda garden (kumbharkhanpada) 74. Khambalpada villge 75. Saibalaji sankul, atali road, ambivili,Hari Niwas Chawl, Near Gavdevi Mandir behind Shivsena Office,Atali 76. Vaibhav Sadan, Yadav Nagar Road, Mohane Ambivali East 77. Shankar Maharaj chawl, Shivaji Nagar Atali Ambivali (W) 78. Mourya Colony R.No. 4 Chawl No. 2 Titwala West,Sai Darshan Chawl R.No.6 Panchwati Titwala West 79. Siddhivinayak Chawl no.4 R.No. 6 Shivsena Shakha Titwal East 80. Regency Sarvam Bld.Titwala East 81. Hariom Valley Titwala East 82. Charms pak ganeshwadi, rukhmini gardan , near mahaganpati hospital, titwala (E) 83. NRC Colony Ambivali East 84. Mangeshi dham soc, Tanaji nagar, Near Mangesh Gaikar Bunglow Highway road, kalyan (w) 85. Premakrupa Society, Oak Baug Near kalyan Railway Station 86. sushant bld, near joker talkies rm no. 20 kalyan west 87. Ashok Nagar, Waldhuni , Kalyan (W),adarsh colony bld 988 railway quarter ashok nagar waldhuni kalyan westkalyanDombivliKalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporationcontainment zonesRecent StoriesCyclonic storm likely to hit Gujarat, Maharashtra; Uddhav Thackeray warns fishermen against venturing outUS to designate ANTIFA as terrorist organisation: Donald Trump 'There will be repercussions...': Amit Shah warns 'Bharat Tere Tukde Honge conspirators' against challenging unity of IndiaFinal year UG/PG students to be given average marks of previous semesters: CM Uddhav Thackeray 'Fully equipped to handle COVID-19', says Maha CM Uddhav Thackeray as 'Mission Begin Again' commences 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
2020-05-25COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 200-mark; Badlapur tally stands at 174 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 200-mark; Badlapur tally stands at 174You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 200-mark; Badlapur tally stands at 174By Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 25, 2020, 21:08 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar crossed the 200-mark on Monday with 18 new cases of coronavirus cropping up in the city, including three deaths. The total number now stands at 209, according to Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, while the death toll has climbed to nine. A 60-year-old woman from Ambedkar Nagar (Ulhasnagar-3) and a 61-year-old man from C-Block passed away. A 35-year-old residing in Hira Ghat also died due to COVID-19. Out of the remaining 15 patients, five cases have been reported from Samrat Ashok Nagar while two each have been recorded in Brahmanpada and Ambedkar Nagar. Two persons have tested positive in Kaushal Palace while one person each from Waghri Pada, Anandwadi, Anand Nagar and Subhash Tekdi has contracted the virus. On the other hand, Badlapur reported 13 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, and with that, the city's tally has climbed to 174. One more person passed away because of the virus and the death toll now stands at seven in the city. According to Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC), the deceased was an 85-year-old woman residing in Ambika building near Bhagwati Hospital in Badlapur West. Seven people, including a five-year-old, have tested positive in Parmeshwar building, Hendrepada, all of whom are relatives of a previously infected person. A 60-year-old man from Sai Kiran Heights and a 55-year-old woman from Govind Vihar, Sarvodaya Nagar has contracted the virus. A 40-year-old residing in Gaondevi, who works as a firefighter in Mumbai, has tested positive for COVID-19. On the other hand, a 32-year-old man from Shirgaon, working with the Mumbai Police has also tested positive. A 47-year-old BMC official from Shirgaon and a 31-year-old man from Shirgaon, deployed at the Kurla bus depot have also been infected by the virus. Meanwhile, Ambernath's coronavirus tally rose to 66 with four new cases on Monday. So far, 26 people have been cured and discharged, while two have succumbed to the virus in the city. The remaining are currently undergoing treatment at COVID-19 designated hospitals in and around the city. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesSmarter learning for your child anytime, on Dell PCs.Dell IndiaHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career TimesOwn a Star with a click and unlock special offers for you.The Mercedes-Benz GLC Villas off whitefield Bangalore@1.04Cr ready for possessionm1 HomesBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradBuy pack of 3 easy-to-breathe anti-virus masks only @295PriorityI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTOYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsJust one 100 bagger stock is enough to change your life.Multibagger Indian Stocks
2020-05-25Coronavirus Hotspots in Mumbai: Check full list of 669 containment zones in Mumbai, 65 in Pune and 177 in Thane here - Jagran English
Coronavirus Hotspots in Mumbai: Check full list of 669 containment zones in Mumbai, 65 in Pune and 177 in Thane here Updated: Mon, 25 May 2020 04:48 PM IST facebook twitter whatsapp e-mail COntainment zones are areas from where maximum cases of coronavirus are reported. These areas should not report any cases for 28 consecutive days to be decontained. New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: The number of coronavirus cases is on a rise in Maharashtra. According to the latest data by the Union Health Ministry, the cases have surged past 50,000 with over 1,600 fatalities. A total of 14,600 people have recovered from the infection. The state capital Mumbai has reported over 30,000 cases and 988 deaths till Sunday. The total number of recovered and discharged so far in the city is 8,074. The cases tally in Pune has also soared past 5,600 with 272 fatalities. Meanwhile, thane has also recorded over 6,500 cases ad 87 fatalities. In order to contain the spread of virus in the state, several areas are kept in containment zones. These are areas from where maximum cases of COVID-19 are reported. They should not report cases for 28 days in a row to come under green zone.   Also Read Record 9,851 cases in last 24 hours take India's tally past 2.25 lakh;.. In Mumbai, the BMC has sealed 669 zones. Here's the complete list: Ward A--Churchgate, Colaba, and Navy NagarA 400001 M.R.A. Police Quarters,M.R.A. Road,FortA 400001 M.R.A. Bmc Colony,M.R.A. Road,FortA 400001 Sabusiddique Chawl No.1,Sabusiddiqe Road,FortA 400005 Sunder Nagari,Azad Nagari, Darya Nagar,Lala Nigam Road, Near Colaba Market,Sunder Nagar,ColabaA 400005 Machchimar Nagar,Capt. Prakash Pethe Marg,ColabaA 400005 Ganeshmurti Nagar Part No.1,2,3,Captain Prakash Pethe Marg,Ganeshmurthi Nagar,ColabaA 400005 Shivshakti Nagar, Garib Janata Nagar, Mahatma Phule Nagar,Capt. Prakash Pethe Marg,ColabaA 400005 Ambedkar Nagar,Capt. Prakash Pethe Marg,ColabaA 400005 Geeta Nagar,Dr Homi Bhabha Road,Near Navy Nagar,ColabaA 400020 Bell Heaven Building Servant Quarters,Near Bombay Hospital,New Marine Lines   Also Read Coronavirus News Latest Updates | 'Rising cases in Delhi worrisome':.. Ward B--Ward B - Masjid Bunder, Mohd. Ali Road, Dongri and Bhendi Bazar B 400003 Patra Chawl,Tambaku Galli,Near Mbpt Quarters,Masjid BunderB 400003 Cement Chawl No. 1,Madhavrao Rokade Road,Masjid Bunder Railway Station,MandviB 400003 Chatal Chawl,Sant Tukaram Road,Ahmadabad Street,Masjid BunderB 400003 Hutment,1St Clive Road,Near Ashok Hotel,Masjid BunderB 400009 Chinchbunder Bit Chawl No.1,Dr. Meisheri Road,Chawl - 4,DongriB 400009 Hutment,Pimpleshwar Mahadev Mandir,Hut - 3,Dana BunderB 400009 Lal Chawl,Laxman Narayan Jadhav Marg,Jail Road (North),DongriB 400009 Chinchbunder Bit Chawl No.7,Navroji Hill Road 12A,Sandhurst Road Railway Station,DongriB 400009 Chinchbunder Bit Chawl No. 3,Dr. Meisheri Road,Sandhurst Road,DongriB 400009 Hutment,Nandlal Jani Marg,Opp Indoretrans Port,Dana Bunder Ward C - Pydhonie and Bhuleshwar C 400002 Fitwala Bldg, Glasswala Bldg,Sayyed Manzil,Gajdhar Bldg Jamnadas Bldg,Appa Bldg, (6 Chawls In Chimna Butcher Street),Chimna Butcher StreetC 400002 (2 Chawls In Zaveri Bazar Area),Zaveri BazarC 400002 Yunus Bldg,S Gaikwad Marg,Dhobi TalaoC 400003 Keshav Nursing Building, Bori Chwal,Shriji Bhavan,Madan House,Pancholi House,Subhadra Bldg,Jadhavji Kara Co-Operative Hsg Scty,Mahadev Shankar,ShivkrupaSociety,Ajanta Guest House Building,Chunawala Bldg,Yashwant Chawl, Halai Niwas(13 Chawls In Chirabazar Area),Mahadev Shankar Seth Lane,Chira BazarC 400003 Dhobi Bldg,Vyas Bldg,Tulsidas Jethalal Bldg,Somji Bldg,Mataka Building,Mukund Bhavan, Ganesh Bhuvan,School Bldg,Black Stone Bldg (10 Chawls In 3RdKumbharwada Area),3Rd KumbharwadaC 400003 Sighriya Bldg,Karnataka Mahal (4 Chawls In Thakurdwar Area),Ganesh Baug,ThakurdwarC 400003 Jamundas Bldg (2Chawls In 2 Taki Area),2 TakiC 400003 3 Chawl In 4Th Kumbharwada Area,4Th KumbharwadaC 400003 Rangwala Bldg,Ahmedi Bldg, Bori House, Kharwa Bldg, Manimahal Bldg,Ahmadi Bldg, Kachi House,Balkrishna Niwas,Gokarana Mansion,Farida House,MuljiThakkar (11 Chawls In C P Tank Area),Islampura Street,Cp TankC 400003 Jai Hind Estate,Anuj Bhavan,Panchayatwadi Bldg,Saraswari Niwas, Kalyan Bldg (8 Chawls In Bhuleshwar Area),Panchayatwadi,BhuleshwarC 400003 Haji Kasam Bldg, Vishwavera Bldg, Tayyabi Bldg, Laxmi Bldg, Kesurwala Bldg,Yashmangal Bldg,Navsari Bldg,Kapibai Bldg(11 Chawls In 2Nd KumbharwadaArea,2Nd KumbharwadaC 400003 Dr Bldg, L.K.Bldg, (2 Chawls In 5Th Kumbharwada Area),5Th Kumbharwada,5Th KumbharwadaC 400003 Chandramahal,Nagu Kamathi Chawl,Manaji Bldg,Jamnabai Bldg,Masjid Building,Lokhandwala Bldg,Kokalekar Building(7 Chawls In 1St Kumbharwada),BhandariStreet,1St KumbharwadaC 400003 Gardi Bldg,Bhendi BazarC 400003 3Rd Floor, Hemrajwadi B,Jss Road,ThakurdwarC 400004 Mahavir Mansion,Dwarkadas Mansion,Kanchwala Bldg,Patrawala Bldg,Tayyabi Manzil,Hasham Mansion,Taufa Bldg,Aba Bldg (15 Chawls In Null Bazar Area),Gulalwadi,Null Bazar Ward D - Grant Road, Walkeshwar, Malabar Hill, Breach Candy to Haji Ali D 400004 Kalyan Bldg,Sadashiv Cross Lane,Kandawadi,GirgaonD 400004 Kishor Bhavan,Vp Road,GirgaonD 400004 44/62 Lad Niwas,Cp Tank,GirgaonD 400004 21/23 Laxmi Niwas,2Nd Parsi Wada,GirgaonD 400004 Khanderao Bldg,Vp Road,Khetwadi,GirgaonD 400004 Twasta Kashal Chawl,Cp Tank Road,Nr Narayanwadi,GirgaonD 400004 Rangari Chawl,Kolsa Galli,Grant RoadD 400004 Knaibai Chawl,Khadilkar Road,Cp Tank,MumbaiD 400006 Mata Parvati Nagar Rashivashi Sangh,Dr B.I Rd,Walkeshwar,Nepeansea RdD 400006 Darya Sagar Zopadapatti,Bd Road,MahalakshmiD 400006 Rameshwar Temple,Opp Banganga Lane,WalkeshwarD 400007 Dattatray Bldg,Tukaram Javji Road,Grant Road (W)D 400007 Sir Jj Bldg,Parsee Chikalwadi,Grant RoadD 400007 Bmc Chawl,P G Solanki Marg,Jubilee Baug,Grant RoadD 400008 Delhi Darbar Hotel,Pb Marg,MumbaiD 400008 Bit Chawl No 16/15/15,Belasis Road,Mumbai CentralD 400008 150, Muncipal Chawl,Opp Bilal Masjid,Shuklaji Street,MumbaiD 400008 23/24, Ganjawala Bldg,Above Bharat Cafe,Pb Marg,MumbaiD 400026 Asha Nagar Zopadapatti,Nepeansea Rd,Opp Priyadarshani Park,Nepeansea RdD 400026 Ramdas Bhansali Chawl,Bhulabhai Desai Road,Bhulabhai Desai RoadD 400034 Gunwant Chandulal Chawl,Tulsiwadi,TardeoD 400034 Bldg No 1, Rehmatbhai Bldg,Sane Guruji Marg,TardeoD 400036 Cawasji Bhedwar (Dhobighat ) Chawl,Forjett Street,Grant Road (W)D 400036 Shimla Nagar Zopadapatti,Nepeansea Road,Nepeansea RoadD 400036 Jayprakash Nagar,Nepean Sea Road Ward E - Byculla, Madanpura, Agripada, Nagpada, Dockyard Road, Reay Road, Chinchpokli E 400008 Haji Kasam Chawl,Siddharth Nagar,Tambuwadi Chawl,Bbabu Kapadia Chawl,Shanak Pupala Marg,Duncan Road,Khandia Street,Byculla,NagpadaE 400008 Bit Chawl No.2, Kasam Hati Chawl,Chandramani Buddha Vihar,New Lambi Chawl,Vidyut Locoshed,Bmc Chawl, Suchak Building,1St,9Th,4Thand 7Th Lane,Kamathipura,Amin Patel Office,BycullaE 400008 Bit Chawl No.2 &3,Wadi Bunder,Love Lane,Jm Rathod Marg,Mazgaon,BycullaE 400008 Nayee Chawl,Aksa Manzil,Noorani Chawl,Adam Siddhiqui Chawl,Chasma Vali Chawl,Mestry Ki Chawl,3Rd Gelabai Lane,Ma Road, Sakali Street,Ghosht Bajar,Badlu Rangari Street,Meghraj Sethi Marg,Meghraj City Zopadpati, 2Nd Gelabai Madanpura,Mazgaon,BycullaE 400010 Tulsiwadi Chawl,Kawla Bunder Darukhana, Dr Sanjay Dalvi Clinic,Abu Bukar Chawl Shanti Nagar,Sunni Kabrastan,Lakdi Bunder,Kasara Bunder,Bori Chawl,Amina Mandir,Ambevadi Beithi Chawl,Central Railway Chawl No.6,Kalsekar Chawl,Bansilal Panelal Chawl,Dogarbaba Zopadpatti,Gun Powder Road,Reay Road,New Tank Bunder Road,Sant Savata Marg,Matarpakadi Road, Hussain Patel Marg, D'Lima Street,Darukhana,Marriamma Mandir,Reay RoadE 400010 Bit Chawl,St. Merry Road,Bit Chawl,MazgaonE 400011 Transit Camp, Suryaji Compound,Patra Chawl,Bmc Chawl Milind Nagar,Tank Pakadi Road,Transit Camp, Lucky Compound, Khatau Mill, Opp. ShamimPalace,MominpuraE 400011 Bit Chawl,Kikabai Chawl,Mg Marg,Rb Chandorkar Marg,Bit Chawl,AgripadaE 400011 Lambi Cement Chawl,Bit Talwadi Chawl,Bj Marg, Saint Merry Road,Kamathipura,BycullaE 400011 Hawabai Chawl,Pansare Chawl,Pani Kahte Chawl 564,Vasudev Vinayak Chawl,N. M. Joshi Marg,Arthur Road Naka,ChinchpokliE 400011 Vithal Sadan Maruti Gully,N.M Joshi Marg,BycullaE 400011 56J Rasuljiva Compound,Modern Mill Zopdi,Kk Road 7Th Rasta, Sane Guruji Marg,Jacob Circle,BycullaE 400012 Shivshakti Building,Telli Gully,Chinchpokli,ChinchpokliE 400027 Ram Nagar, Nasmi House,Dr. Ba Road,6Th Chamber Lane,Byculla,BycullaE 400027 New Irani Chawl,Shinde Chawl,Abdul Rauf Manzil,Desai Chawl,R.B. Marg,Kapreshwar Mandir,BycullaE 400027 Khan Building,Warden Chawl,Haji Allana Compound,S S Marg,Mustafa Bazar,BycullaE 400033 Sanas Patra Shed,Dr. B. A. Road,Kalachowky,KalachowkyE 400033 Kandi Karkhana,Abhinandan Nivas No.4,R B Marg,Ghodapdeo,Ghodapdeo Ward F North - Matunga, Sion, Wadala, and Hindu Colony FN 400022 Mahatma Gandhi Slum,Sion ChunabhattiFN 400022 Panchashil,SionFN 400022 Punjabi Colony,Gtb Nagar,SionFN 400022 Sanjay Gandhi Nagar,SionFN 400022 Santoshi Mata Nagar,SionFN 400022 Sunder Kamla Nagar,SionFN 400031 Wadala Village,Wadala WestFN 400037 Acharya Atre Nagar,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Agrawal Wadi,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Salt Pan Road,Bhaiyyasaheb Nagar,Wadala EastFN 400037 Bhartiya Kamla Nagar,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Bpt Gate No 4,Wadala EastFN 400037 Indira Nagar,Sion KoliwadaFN 400037 Kismat Nagar,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Kokri Agar,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Korba Mithagar,Wadala EastFN 400037 Madona Colony,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Mahatma Gandhi Nagar,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Mhada Building Chawl,Sion KoliwadaFN 400037 Sangam Nagar,Antop Hill WadalaFN 400037 Sardar Nagar,Sion KoliwadaFN 400037 Shanti Nagar,Antop Hill WadalaWard F south - Parel FS 400012 Shivlal Patra Chawl,St. Xavier Street, Bhoiwada,Shivlal Patra Chawl,ParelFS 400012 Kondhaji Chawl,V L Pednekar Marg,Kondhaji Chawl,ParelFS 400012 Ramdoot Chawl,Sane Guruji Marg,Ramdoot Chawl,ChinchpokliFS 400012 Vikrant Sadan,Sane Guruji Marg,Vikrant Sadan,ChinchpokliFS 400012 Gurukrupa Chawl,E Borges Road,Gurukrupa Chawl,ParelFS 400014 Transit Camp,Bhoiwada,Shankar Tanaji Ghadi Marg,Transit Camp,Bhoiwada,BhoiwadaFS 400014 Spring Mill,Gd Ambekar Marg,Spring Mill,DadarFS 400014 Vayangankar Chawl,S S Wagh Road,Vayangankar Chawl,DadarFS 400014 Kohinoor Mill Chawl,M.J. Phule Road,Kohinoor Mill Chawl,DadarFS 400014 Naigaon Police Quarters,Naigaon Cross Road,Naigaon Police Quarters,DadarFS 400014 Dulaba Prasad Chawl,S M Jadhav Marg,Dulaba Prasad Chawl,DadarFS 400014 Ahmed Sellor Compound,B J Devrukhkar Road,Ahmed Sellor Compound,DadarFS 400014 Gautam Nagar,Dadasaheb Phalke Road,Gautam Nagar,DadarFS 400015 Prabudhnagar Slum,Jerbai Wadia Road,Prabudhnagar Slum,SewreeFS 400015 Sewree Koliwada,Sewree Fort Road,Sewree Koliwada,SewreeFS 400015 Krantinagar Chawl,T J Road,SewreeFS 400015 Gopal Baug Slum,T J Road,Gopal Baug Slum,SewreeFS 400015 Ganesh Baug Slum,T J Road,Ganesh Baug Slum,SewreeFS 400015 A M Jetha ChawlFS 400033 Sewree Cross Road Slum,Sewree Cross Road,Sewree Cross Road Slum,Sewree Ward G North - Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar GN 400017 Shakti Chawl, Nityanand Chawl,Khamba Devi, Madina Chawl, Sanjay Chawl, Dambar Copmound, Ganesh Rahiwasi Sangh,Khambadevi Road Veer Lahuji Ustad Chawl,Sion Bandra Link Road,Mukund Nagar,DharaviGN 400017 Kumbharwada, Suthar Chawl, Laxmi Chawl, Shahid Bhagat Shigh Nagar,Gangadhar Chawl, Shubhash Nagar, Valmiki Nagar,90 Feet Road,Kumbharwada,DharaviGN 400017 Kuchikurve Nagar, Uday Building, Nabi Nagar, Indra Nagar, Kutti Wadi, Anna Nagar, Sheth Wadi, Muslim Nagar, Shammi Nagar, Akg Nagar, Nawab Nagar, Madina Nagar,60 Feet Road,Kunchikurve Nagar,DharaviGN 400017 Transist Camp, Rajiv Gandhi, Vijay Nagar, Dharavi Police Station, Dhobi Ghat, Social Nagar,90 Feet Road,Dharavi Transist Camp,DharaviGN 400017 Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Pila Bunglow, Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex,Rajiv Gandhi Nagar,DharaviGN 400017 Matunga Labour Camp, Kamla Nehru Nagar,Matunga Labour Camp,DharaviGN 400017 Azad Nagar, New Kamla Nagar, Old Kamla Nagar, Lala Compound,60 Feet Road & Jasmin Mill Road,Jasmin Mill Road,DharaviGN 400017 Kala Killa, Sagram Nagar, Sangam Gully, St. Rohidas Marg, Parsi Chawl, Ashok Mill Compound, Naik Nagar,Shatabdi Nagar, Thevar Nagar, Sion Bandra Link Road, Kalyanwadi,Kala Killa,DharaviGN 400017 Chamada Bazar,Dhorwada,Bagicha Compound,Bhartiya Chawl,Rajiv Gandhi Chawl,Maharana Pratap Nagar,Zakhir Hussain Chawl, Latur Galli,Chamada Bazar,DharaviGN 400017 Shastri Nagar,Indira Qureshi Nagar,Ganesh Chawl, Ujala Chawl, Laxmi Chawl,Shashtri Nagar,DharaviGN 400028 Kasarwadi Municipal Chawl,Kasarwadi,Dadar West Ward G South- Worli and Prabhadevi GS 400011 Satrasta Dhobhighat,Dr. E. Moses Road,MahalaxmiGS 400011 New Modern Mill Zopadpatti,K.K. Marg,New Sirine Lane,MahalaxmiGS 400013 Bdd N.M Joshi Marg,J.R Boricha Marg,Lower ParelGS 400013 Kamgar Nagar,N.M. Joshi Marg,Lower ParelGS 400018 Worli Bdd Chawl,G.M Bhosale Marg,WorliGS 400018 V.P Nagar,Dr.Annie Besant Road,WorliGS 400018 Siddharath Nagar,Dr. Annie Besant Road,WorliGS 400018 Prem Nagar,B.G Kher Marg,WorliGS 400018 Mariamma Nagar,Dr. Annie Besant Road,WorliGS 400018 Motillal Nehru Nagar, Markandeshwar Nagar & Madraswadi,Dr. A. B Road,Madraswadi,WorliGS 400018 Bharat Nagar,Dainik Shivner Marg,Lady Ratan Complex,WorliGS 400018 Mahatma Phule Nagar,A.G Khan,WorliGS 400030 Worli Koliwada, And Janata Colony,Golphadevi Road & Hatiskar Marg,Worli Koliwada,Worli Ward H East - Bandra East, Khar East and Santacruz East HE 400051 Amrut Nagar, Government Colony, Razak Chawl,Bhinde Shop, Murlidhar Chawl, Shanti Bhavan Chs,Amrut Nagar,Kherwadi,Bandra (E)HE 400051 Seva Sangh, Shyam Sundar Chawl,Sidhartha Nagar, Vijay Nagar,Bandra (E)HE 400051 Hinga Galli, Madina Building, Ahmed Zakeria Nagar, Hajiki Chawl, Malan Galli, Enabuy Galli, Kolsewadi Galli, Haji Suleman Chawl, Lakdawaala Galli,Beharampada,Bandra (E)HE 400051 Basera Society, Pathar Nagar, Islampura,Hardeva Chadaliya,Bharat Nagar, Valmiki Nagar,Bandra (E)HE 400051 Jai Ma Sharada Rahivasi Sevak,Dnyaneshwar Nagar,Bandra (E)HE 400055 Gajanan Rahivasi Sangh,Mahakali Shivshankar,Sai Kreeda Mandal,Kamlakar Patil Chwal,Agripada,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Mosambi Tabela,Murgaon Chawl, Lasun Vali Church,Milind Nagar,Shubrmaniyam Nagar, Anushakti Chawl,Gaondevi- D'Mello Compound,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Gate No 1,Shri Ram Chawl Comette,Baburao Gupta Chawl,Gate No 2,Lok Seva Mitra Mandal,Gaiwala Chawl,Buddhavihar Chawl,Sonawane Chawl, Gupta Chawl,Hanuman Tekdi,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Doctor Chawl,Adarsh Lane,Dawari Nagar,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Milan Chawl,Abdul Rasul Tailor Chawl,Gomes Chawl,Sambhaji Seva Mandal,Gurubaksha Punjabi Chawl,Sanjivani Society,Nanku Singh Chawl,Manohar Compound,Ram Raj Sharma Chawl,Pragati Chawl,Bori Chawl,Rambahdur Yadav Chawl,Ram Shankar Chawl,Golibar,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Sanmitra Mandal,New Sahkar, Prerna Mandal, New Chawl,Lokmanya Tilak Nagar,Amar Hindi Mandal, Vijay Nagar, Seva Sangh,Patel Nagar, Maratha Colony, Indra Nagar,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Dayaram Chawl, Jai Bharat Chawl,Jayhind Nagar, Deepakwadi,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Mk Patel Nagar, Yunus Miyan Chawl,Navpada,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Parvez Chawl, Ghadiyal Chawl, Shri Ram Tailor Chawl,Shastri Nagar, Kunchikurve Nagar,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Jamlipada,Old Cst Road,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Yogiraj Ashram,Yashwant Nagar, Kadamwadi,Santacruz (E)HE 400055 Subhash Nagar, Ahinsa Nagar,Santacruz (E)Ward H West - Bandra West, Khar West, Santacruz West HW 400050 Slaughter House Compound,Maharashtra Road,Slaughter House Compound,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Madamwadi Chawl,Madhavrao Sawant Road,Madamwadi Chawl,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Nargis Dutt Nagar,K C Marg,Nargis Dutt Nagar,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Rajiv Nagar,Bazar Road,Rajiv Nagar,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Marwadi Chawl,Bazar Road,Marwadi Chawl,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Gonsalves Wadi,Bazar Road,Gonsalves Wadi,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Shripat Singh Chawl,Kadeshwari Mandir Road,Shripat Singh Chawl,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Behind Navpada Masjid,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Pandit Din Dayal Chawl,St John Baptist Road,Pandit Din Dayal Chawl,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Mahikbhia Chawl,Kadeshwari Mandir Marg Bandra W,Mahikbhia Chawl,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Jadhav Chawl,Sr. Peter Dias Road,Jadhav Chawl,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Thakarsi Amarsai Chawal,Bazar Road,Thakarsi Amarsai Chawal,Bandra (West)HW 400050 New Kant Wadi,Peri Cross Road,New Kant Wadi,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Sagar Villa,Near Chimbai Pumping Station,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Behind Misquitta Building, Waroda Road, Waroda Road,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Chinchwadi,29Th And Waterfield Road Junction,Chinchwadi,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Rahul Nagar No-1, K C Marg,Rahul Nagar,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Rathod Chawl,Rebello Road,Bandra (West)HW 400050 Kashiram Kolte Chawl,Mount Mary Steps,Bandra (West)HW 400052 Khar Danda,Ram Mandir Road,Khar Danda,Khar (West)HW 400052 Janabai Ghadge Chawl, Mohite Chawl, Gamre Chawl,Marchande Chawl,Dr Ambedkar Road,Janabai Ghadge Chawl, Mohite Chawl,Gamre Chawl,Marchande Chawl,Khar (W)HW 400052 Kakubhayya Chawl,Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Road,Kakubhayya Chawl,Khar (W)HW 400052 Chuim Village,Ambedkar Road,Chuim Village,Khar (W)HW 400054 Gazdharbandh,S B Patil Marg,Gazdharbandh,Santacruz (West)HW 400054 Piraji Shinde Chawl, Fatima Chawl,Kamble Chawl,Sv Road,Khotwadi,Santacruz (West)HW 400054 Murugan Chawl,15Th Road,Murugan Chawl,Santacruz (West)HW 400054 Kacharnath Chawl,North Avenue,Kacharnath Chawl,Santacruz (West)HW 400054 Navjivan Rahivashi Sangh,Linking Road,Near Hindu Cementary,Santacruz (West) Ward K East - Andheri East, Jogeshwari East, and Vile Parle East KE 400047 Mograpada,Mograpada,Natwar Nagar, Jogeshwari EastKE 400047 Marol Pipeline,The Great Indira Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400047 Marol Pipeline,Lelewadi,Andheri EastKE 400047 Marol Pipeline,Sai Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400057 Mahatma Kabir Nagar,Sahar Road,Kabir Nagar,Chakala, Vile Parle EastKE 400057 Shastri Nagar,Vile Parle EastKE 400057 Ambedkar Nagar,Vile Parle EastKE 400057 Samrat Ashok Nagar,Vile Parle EastKE 400057 Ambewadi,Vile Parle EastKE 400059 Hanuman Nagar, Pump House,Hanuman Nagar, Pump House,Andheri EastKE 400059 Janta Seva SanghKE 400059 Sariput Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400059 Great Indira Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400059 Sagbag,Andheri EastKE 400059 Marol Pipeline North,Andheri EastKE 400059 Bhandarwada Mapkhan,Andheri EastKE 400060 Prem Nagar,Jogeshwari EastKE 400060 Meghwadi,Jogeshwari EastKE 400060 Andheri Plot,Jogeshwari EastKE 400060 Harinagar,Jogeshwari EastKE 400060 Gandhinagar,Jogeshwari EastKE 400069 Ambewadi,R K Singh Marg,Ambewadi,Andheri EastKE 400093 Sai Darshan, Utkarsh Chs,Midc Central Road,Sunder Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400093 Andheri Chaya Building,Andheri EastKE 400093 Saraswati Chawl, Goni Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400099 Parsiwada+Kajuwadi,Parsiwada+Kajuwadi,Chakala, Andheri EastKE 400099 Bamanwada,Bamanwada,Andheri EastKE 400099 Sahargaon,Shanti Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400099 Sahargaon,Nehru Nagar,Andheri EastKE 400099 Chimatpada,Andheri EastKE 400099 Navpada, Andheri EastWard K West - Andheri West, Jogeshwari West, and Vile Parle West KW 400049 Ganesh Gully,Vm Road,Nehru Nagar,Andheri WKW 400049 Juhu Koliwada,Juhu Tara Road,Juhu Koliwada,Santacruz WestKW 400049 Mangel Wadi,Juhu Tara Road,Juhu,Santacruz WestKW 400049 Ganesh Soc.,K K Ganguli Road,Juhu,Santacruz WestKW 400053 Sawant Chawl,Off J.P Road,Dhake Colony,Azad NagarKW 400053 Achanak Nagar,Veera Desai Road,Jeevan Nagar,AndheriwKW 400053 Kasam Nagar,New Link Road,Luxmi Industries,Andheri WestKW 400056 Shastri Nagar,Irla Soc. Road,Ville Parle West,Ville Parle WestKW 400058 Mehtab Baba Chawl,Dhangar Wadi,Gilbert Hill,Andheri WestKW 400058 Bhima Rathod Chawl,Cama Road,Gaondevi Dongri,Andheri WestKW 400058 Junaid Nagar,C D Barfiwala Road,Junaid Nagar,Andheri WestKW 400058 Ashok Cottage,Juhu Lane,Juhu Galli,Andheri WestKW 400058 Pirubhai Chawl,Ceasar Road,Amboli Naka,Andheri WestKW 400058 Indira Nagar No.02,Kanchi Bai Desai Road,Indira Nagar,Vile Parle WestKW 400058 Parul Juhu Church,Juhu Road,Juhu Gaonthan,Andheri WestKW 400058 Narayan Sanghare Chawl,Matarpada,Andheri WestKW 400061 Ramdev Naik Chawl,Yari Road,Versova Village,Andheri WestKW 400061 Sagar Kutir Seva Sangh,J . P Road,Sagar Kutir,Andheri WKW 400102 Bmc Colony Sector 2,New Link Road,Anand Nagar,Jogeshwari WestKW 400102 Kismat Nagar,New Link Road,Behraum Baug,Jogeshwari WestKW 400102 Ram Janak Singh Chawl,Gulshan Nagar,Jogeshwari WKW 400102 Ram Dulhar Chawl,Sahakar Road,Yadav Nagar,Jogeshwari WestKW 400102 Ramkarn Chawl,Seva Nagar,Jogeshwari West,Jogeshwari WestKW 400102 Namavar Singh Chawl,S.V. Road,Jogeshwari West,Jogeshwari WestKW 400102 Nepali Chawl,New Link Road,Vikas Nagar,Jogeshwari West Ward L - Sakinaka, Chandivali, Asalpha, and Kurla L 400024 Navjeevan Rahiwashi Sangh,S.G.Barve Marg,Opp. Kamgar Nagar,Kurla (E) MumbaiL 400024 Fatimabi Shah Mohd Chawl,S.G.Barve Marg,Near Navnihal Committee, Qureshinagar,Kurla East MumbaiL 400024 Nehru Nagar,Opp.Jagruti Nagar,Kurla EL 400024 Dadamiya Usmaan Chawl,Ashok Samrat Road,Near Jamaat Khana, Qureshinagar,Kurla East MumbaiL 400024 Qureshinagar,Ashok Samrat Road,Behind Vivek School,Kurla East, MumbaiL 400024 Alidada Estate,S G Barve Marg,Near Aatachakki, Dhobighat,Kurla East MumbaiL 400024 Gafur Chawl,Kasaiwada,Quareshi Nagar,Kurla MumbaiL 400024 Nanibai Chawl,Chaffe Gali,ChunabhattiL 400024 Parvati Gaikar Chawl,ChunabhattiL 400024 Priyadarshni,Chunabhatti,ChunabhattiL 400024 Swadeshi Mill Chawl,Buddha Vihar,Milind Nagar,ChunabhattiL 400070 Sunder Baug,Sundar Baug Lane,Near Sai Baba Mandir,Kurla West, MumbaiL 400070 Kajupada,Sanjay Nagar,Sunder Baug Lane,In Front Of Bismillah Hotel,Kamani Kurla (W)L 400070 Sanjay Nagar, Noorani Masjid,Sundar Baug Lane,Opp. Ali Hasan Kirana Store,Kurla KamaniL 400070 Tulja Bhavani Society, Singarewadi,Magan Nathuram Road,Bailbazar,Kurla(W)L 400070 Jaguwani Chawl,Masrani Lane,Halav Pool,Kurla West, MumbaiL 400070 Mulla Chawl, Kajupada Pipeline,Gali No 3,Near St Jude School,KurlaL 400070 Bhartiya Nagar, Near Al-Barkaat School,Vidyavihar Station Road,Vb Nagar,Kurla WestL 400070 Pujari Chawl, Baudha Parnkuti,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,KurlaL 400070 Habibullah Chawl, Behind Gulshan Hotel,Lbs Road,KurlaL 400070 Sandesh Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Kurla (W)L 400070 Zakinabai Chwal,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,Kurla (W)L 400070 Jai Bhawani Chawl, Kranti Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Gupta Galli,Kurla (W)MumbaiL 400070 Bhagubai Chawl,Kale Marg,Kurla MumbaiL 400070 Wadia Estate,L.B.S.Marg,Near Abhyudaya Bank,Kurla WestL 400070 Apna Nagar,Belgrami Road,Infront Of Gol Bldg, Mahajanwadi, Amarnagar,Kurla West MumbaiL 400070 Damodar Pandey Chawl,New Mill Road,Opp. Pandey Store,Kurla West MumbaiL 400070 Gandhi Nagar,Pipe Line,KajupadaL 400070 Nanshi Munshi Chawl Rahivashi Vikas Sangh,New Mill Road,Rahivashi Sangh,Kurla (West)L 400070 Takiya Ward,Saweshwar Mandir Marg,Patange Road,Kurla WestL 400070 Near Bacchu Garage,Kurla Andheri Road,Safed Pool,Ashok NagarL 400070 Hanuman Galli, Battiwala Chawl,S.M Road,Takiya Ward,Kurla WL 400070 Sahajivan Society,Kurla Andheri Road,Near Shingrewadi Vachnalaya,Kurla WL 400070 Shashtri Nagar,Pipeline Road.,Landmark:Near Lukman Paanwala,Kurla WL 400070 Morarji Terrace, Near Chhadwa Nagar,Match Factory Lane,B/3,Kurla WL 400070 Gali No.16,Milind Nagar,Kurla WL 400070 House No.252,Christian Village,Kurla WL 400070 Chawl No.11,Patelwadi,Kurla WL 400070 Guddapa Chawl,Halav Pul,Jai Shankar Chowk,Kurla WL 400070 Sambhaji Chawl,Textile Corporation,Kurla WL 400070 Dipu Thorat Chawl,Sonapur Lane,Bailbazar,In Front Of City HospitalL 400070 S Chawl,Navpada,Varsha Nagar,Kurla WL 400070 Marwadi Chawl,Moreshwar Patankar Marg,Pipe Road,Behind Kurla Nursing Home,Kurla WL 400070 Halav Pul,Behind Ramu Kirana Shop,Jai Shankar Chowk,Kurla WL 400070 Hirakumar Chawl,Cst Road,Kurla WL 400070 Sanagam Chs,Lbs Road,Kajupada,Kurla WL 400070 Din Mohammad Chawl,New Mill Road,Sambhaji Chowk,Kurla WL 400070 Hiraman Gaikwad Chawl,Pipe Road,Buddha Colony,Kurla WL 400070 Badhridham,90 Feet Road,Lbs NagarL 400070 Ambedkar Nagar,Ambedkar Nagar,Kurla WL 400070 Vadhari Chawl,Near Amar Nagar Health PostL 400070 Krishna Chawl,Takiya Wad,Near Ram Mandir,Kurla WL 400070 Usman Gani Chawl,Takiya Wad,Kurla WL 400070 Kamlabai Chawl, Gauri Shankar Mandir,Masrani Lane,Halav Pul,Kurla WL 400070 Lawreance Chawl,Christian Village,Kurla WL 400070 Chawl No.1,N M Road,Ramdas ChowkL 400070 Hanuman Tekdi,Sambhaji ChowkL 400070 Ghameliwala Chawl,Near Shanti Toliet,Ramdas ChowkL 400070 Shri Krishna Soc.,Sunderbaug,Opp.Nana Nani Park,KamaniL 400070 Samshuddin Chawl,G K Estate,Opp.Kanakiya Zillion,Kurla WL 400070 Buddha Master Compound,Beside Nasheman Hotel,Opp.Orchid International HotelL 400072 Kajupada, Gandhi Nagar,Pipeline Road,Kajupada, Pipeline,Kurla WL 400072 Khan Cpd, Muslim Society, Indira Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Kurla WL 400072 Ganaya Chawl, Shanti Nagar,Kurla Andheri Road,Safed Phool, Near Zarimari Metro,SakinakaL 400072 Konark Society, Jagannath Temple,Marol Military Road,Sakinaka,Kurla West, Sakinaka, MumbaiL 400072 Ekta Chawl, Shastari Nagar,Kurla Andheri Rd,Jarimari,Kurla (West)L 400072 Vijay Mansion, Pareawadi,Gulzar Gulli,Opp Thersa High School,Mohili Village,MumL 400072 Gosavi Chawl,Sakivihar Road,Tunga Gaon,PowaiL 400072 Madrasa Chawl, Rajunagar Yadavnagar,Khairan Road,Hari Masjid,Sakinaka MumbaiL 400072 Nav Yuvak Hsg Soc,Ghas Compound,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,Kurla WestL 400072 Dasharath Chawl, Sunderbag,Sunder Baug Lane,Near Santoshi Mata Mandir,Kurla WestL 400072 Paras Chawl, Yadav Nagar,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Kurla WestL 400072 Panchasheel Chawl,Sunder Baugh Lane,Kamani,Kurla West Mumbai 72L 400072 Taranhar Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,New Shanti Nagar, Safed Pool,SakinakaL 400072 Ghass Compound,Kajupada Pipe Line,Ghass Compound,Kurla West MumbaiL 400072 Near Ganesh Maidan,Kajupada Pipe Line Road,Near Ganesh Maidan,Kurla West 72L 400072 Ganesh Society,90 Feet Road,Tilak Nagar,SakinakaL 400072 Indira Nagar,Lbs Marg,90 Feet Road,Kurla West, MumbaiL 400072 Ramlal Jadhav Chawl,Gafoor Khan Estate,Kurla West, MumbaiL 400072 Rajiv Nagar, Mohili Village,Pipeline Road,Noorani Masjid Khadi No.3 Near Jafer Compound,SakinakaL 400072 Ram Niwas Chawl,Pipeline Road,Mohilli Village, Near Chhajed Hospital,SakinakaL 400072 Tilak Nagar, Asalfa,90 Feet Road,Saki Naka,Kurla WestL 400072 Ashok Nagar, Safed Pul,Kurla Andheri Road,Pipeline,KurlaL 400072 Siddharth Chwal,Kajupada Pipe Line,Kurla WestL 400072 Baban Yadav Chawl,Sunder Baugh Lane,Kurla WestL 400072 Jhograj Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Kurla WestL 400072 Chinna Poshanna Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Near Datt Mandir,Safed Pool,Kurla WestL 400072 Ekta Chawl,Kurla Anderi Road,Shashtrinagar,Bail Bazar, KurlaL 400072 Vrundavan Society, Saki Naka,90 Feet Road,Mahatma Phule Nagar,SakinakaL 400072 Gurudatta Chawl,Pipeline Road,Kajupada,Kurla WL 400072 Superstar Niwas,Pipeline,Kajupada,Kurla WL 400072 Dongre Chawl,Pipeline,Mohili Village,Kurla WL 400072 Jai Bajrang Bali General Store,Bhim Nagar,Laxmi Narayan Mandir Road,Mohili Village,Near Anjali Medical,Ghatkopar WL 400072 Uday Nagar Rahivasi Society,Sakinaka,Kurla WL 400072 Sai Krupa Society,Sawarkar Nagar,Sakinaka,Kurla WL 400072 Murgan Clinic,Ravi Chawl,Pipeline,Kajupada,Kurla WL 400072 Satyakrupa Chawl,Pipeline,Kajupada,Near Shivaji Vidyalaya,Kurla WL 400072 Ashoknagar,Sunderbaug,Near Bhaji MarketL 400072 John D Souza Chawl,Sakinaka,Shri Nagar, Behind Chandivali Kamani Oil MillL 400072 Milan Sadan Chawl,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Near St.Anthony ChurchL 400072 Ekta Society,Prem Nagar,Near L & T Company Old Mhada Colony,PowaiL 400072 Sai Krishna Society,Kajupada Pipeline,Near Gavdevi Mandir,Kurla WL 400072 Veer Savar Nagar,Pedrawadi,Sakinaka,Kurla WL 400072 Vighnaharta Society,90 Feet Road,Lbs Nagar,SakinakaL 400072 Samata Compound,Safed Pul,Near Shiv Mandir,SakinakaL 400072 Sitaram Chawl,Safed Pul,Tanaji Nagar,Kurla WL 400072 Baramati Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Shivaji Nagar,Near Hindustan Bank,Kurla WL 400072 Muneer Hasan Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Kurla WL 400072 Shree Saibaba Society,Parerawadi,Ganesh Nagar,SakinakaL 400072 Bowdkar Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Shivaji Nagar,Kurla WL 400072 Navina Chawl,Khairani Road,Yadav Nagar,Sakinaka,Kurla WL 400072 Madina Chawl,Khairani Road,Shree Nagar,SakinakaL 400072 Shree Saibaba Society,Parerawadi,Ganesh Nagar,SakinakaL 400072 Hussan Chawl,Tunga Gaon,Near Dayanand ChawlL 400072 Uday Nagar Rahivasi Society,Sakinaka,Opp.State Bank Of IndiaL 400072 Sangharsh Nagar,Chandivali,Andheri EL 400072 Arunuday Chawl,Tunga Village,Opp.Valmiki Mandir,Chaityawadi,PowaiL 400072 Tata Nagar,Tunga VillageL 400072 Ram Rahim Compund,Kurla Andheri Road,Shanti NagarL 400072 L.G. Chawl No.12,Sunderbaug, KamaniL 400072 Shankar Seth Chawl,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Kurla WL 400072 Shivprabha Building,Mohili Village,Shankar NagarL 400072 Kohinoor Society,Mohili Village,Milind Nagar,SakinakaL 400072 Sonabai Chawl,Kurla Andheri Road,Jarimari,Near Ration Shop,Kurla WL 400072 Shri Krishna Chs,Satyanagar,SakinakaL 400072 Gupta Chawl,Bharat Nagar,Near Ramesh General Store,Chandivali,Near Shiv Dhattani ComplexL 400072 Sai Krupa Society,Savarkar Nagar,Savarkar NagarL 400072 Kailaspuram,Pipeline,Sakinaka,Behind Vishwas HotelL 400072 Usman Sheth Chawl,Khairani Road,Sakinaka,Near Durga Mandir,Opp.St.Anthony ChurchL 400072 Muranjan Wadi,Jvlr,Near Ruchi HotelL 400072 Mankinbai Chawl,Sunderbaug,Near Rajeshwari Mitra MandalL 400072 Shramparihar Society,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Krupavati Kirana Store,Nss Road,Asalfa Village,Near Sundrerbaug Maidan, Ghatkopar WL 400084 Sharma Chawl,Pipeline,Asalfa Village,GhatkoparL 400084 Govind Nagar Chawl,Asalfa Village,Opp.Himalaya Society,Kurla WL 400084 Roshan Grain Store,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Sindhudurg Society,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Gajanan Patil Chawl,Nariseva Sadan Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Sai Baba Society,Nariseva Sadan Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Sai Baba Society,Asalfa Village,Shivaji Nagar,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Hawabai Chawl,Asalfa Village,Subhash Nagar,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Behind Gokuldham Society,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Sainath Chawl,Asalfa Village,Sunderbaug,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Pagare Chawl,Nss Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Rohini Chawl Committee,Ambedkar Nagar,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Saalik Singh Chawl,Pipeline Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Hemant Society,Nss Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Rohini Chawl Committee,Para Kadam Marg,Ambedkar Nagar,Ghatkopar WL 400084 Bhise Chawl,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400086 Gausiya Chawl,Nss Road,Ashok Nagar,Behind Rathod Medical,Ghatkopar WL 400086 Shiv Shakti Chawl, Santoshi Mata Nagar,Himalaya Society,Nss Road,Near Gupta Bhajiwala,Ghatkpoar WestL 400086 Shankar Nagar,Andheri Ghatkopar Link Road,Near Asalfa Metro Station,GhatkoparL 400086 Panchshil Chawl No-1,Ambedkar Nagar,Andheri Ghatkopar Link Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WestL 400086 Govind Nagar, Parerawadi Comp,Andheri Ghatkopar Link Road,Himalaya Society,Ghatkpoar WestL 400086 Jai Maharashtra Chawl,Sane Guruji Nagar,N.S.S Road,Asalfa Village,Ghatkpoar WestL 400086 Gurunanak Nagar,Lbs Marg,Asalfa Village,Ghatkopar WL 400086 Kamgaar Chawl,Narayan Nagar,Ghatkopar Ward M East- Mankhurd, Anushakti Nagar, Deonar, Cheetah Camp, Shivaji Nagar ME 400043 New Gautam Nagar,Pheriphery Road,Gautam Nagar,GovandiME 400043 Bhimjyot Chawl,Bansode Marg,Nimonibaug,GovandiME 400043 Sanjay Gandi Nagar,Noorani Masjid,Ghatkpoar Mankhurd Link Road,DevnarME 400043 New Bhimnagar,Transit Camp,Mt Kadam Marg,New Bhimnagar,DevnarME 400043 Kamalabai,Near Hakkani Masjid,Near Hanuman Mandir,BaiganwadiME 400043 Indira Nagar,Padma Nagar,Rd No 14,15,BaiganwadiME 400043 Kamala Raman Nagar,Mohamadiya Masjid,Dumping Road,Kamla Raman Nagar,Shivaji NagarME 400043 Sanjay Nagar,New Depot Nirankari Nallah Sanjay Nagar,Shivaji NagarME 400043 Rafique Nagar,Bismillah Masjid,Rafique Nagar Nallah,Rafique Nagar,Shivaji NagarME 400043 Rd No 5,4,Shivaji Nagar,Near Vikas School,Shivaji NagarME 400043 Garib Nawaz Masjid,Rd No 5,6,Shivaji Nagar,Shivaji NagarME 400043 Raman Mama Nagar,Rikhshaw Stand,Bajirao Prabhu Despande Marg,BaiganwadiME 400043 Janmangal,Rd No 9,8,Sai Baba Mandir,BaiganwadiME 400043 Ramdev Morya Marg,Baji Prabhu Despande Rd,Shivaji Nagar,Shivaji NagarME 400043 Valmiki Rahivashi Seva Sangh,Near Valimiki Temle,Ambedkar Nagar Service Rd,Valmiki Rahivashi Sang,MankhurdME 400043 Sitaram Chawl,Shivdarshan Chawl,Near Saibaba Mandir,Lok Shahir Annabhau Sathe Nagar,Sathe Nagar,MankhurdME 400043 Gayakwad Nagar,Chawl No 9 16 10 6,P Y Thorat Marg,Nimonibaug,GovandiME 400043 Panchaseel Chawl,Bhimjyot Chawl,Bansode Marg,Nimonibaug,GovandiME 400043 Gajanan Colony,Ahilya Bai Holkar Marg,Gajanan Colony,Lotus ColonyME 400043 B Sec,E1,Hm,Hq,E2 Line,S V Hamid Marg,B Sec,CheetacampME 400043 Shiv Prerena Chawl,Jyotirling Chawl,Maharashtra Nagar Road,Shiv Prerna,MankhurdME 400043 Shiv Navlai Chawl,Maharshtra Nagar,Shivaji Maidan,Maharashtra Nagar,MankhurdME 400043 Deonar Municipal Colony,Sakarm Patil Marg,Municipal Colony,DeonarME 400071 Sundar Baug Chawl,Shah And Anchor College,Mahavir Education Ground,ChemburME 400074 Ashok Nagar,Near Maruti Mandir,Vashi Naka,Vashi Naka,ChemburME 400074 Kasturba Nagar,Near Model High School,Vashi Naka,Vashi Naka,ChemburME 400074 Sharadwadi,Near Saibaba Mandir,Sai Dhamb Marg,Sharadwadi,ChemburME 400074 Vishnu Nagar,Ashish Talav,Gavanpada,Vishnu Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Bharat Nagar,Bhimtekdi,Mahul Raod,Bharat Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Shankar Deol,Bd Patil Marg,Anik Goan,Anik Gaon,ChemburME 400074 Old Bharat Nagar,Slum St,J Plot Mahada,Old Bharat Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Rajesh Furniture Work,Opp Shagun Hall,Shriram Nagar,Shriram Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Mahakali Society,Bharat Kunj,Shahtri Nagar,Shashtri Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Rahul Nagar,Aurangabad Chawl,Buddha Vihar,Rahul Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Shivaji Nagar,Lince C,Vashi Naka,Shivaji Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Azad Nagar,Ayodyanagar,Aziz Baug Road,Azad Nagar,ChemburME 400074 Sahyadri Nagar,B Near Model High School,Rcf Colony,Sahyadri Nagar,ChemburME 400088 D Line,Mangrooves,C Sector,MankhurdME 400088 E,E1,D1,F,B Line,Market Road,D Sector Cheetacamp,MankhurdME 400088 K1,K2 Line,Balaji Mandir Road,G Sector Cheetacamp,MankhurdME 400088 L Line,Shiv Mandir Road,J Sector Cheetacamp,MankhurdME 400088 F Line,School Road,K Sector Cheetacamp,MankhurdME 400088 Merry Cottage,Borbadevi Mandir,N G Acharya Marg,Govandi,GovandiME 400088 Aryan Gawand Estate,St Round Deonar Village,Rd No 4,Deonar Village,MankhurdME 400088 Sai Krupa Chawl,Near Padua High School,Church Road,Mankhurd Goan,MankhurdME 400088 Triveni Eahivashi Sangh,Samrat Ashok Nagar,Shiv Mandir Marg,Samrat Ashok Nagar,MankhurdME 400088 Bharat Nagar,Valmiki Madir,Sion Panvel Road,Mankhurd Stn,MankhurdME 400088 Mahatama Phule Nagar,Mankhurd Railway Stn Road,Phule Nagar,MankhurdME 400088 E Sec,K 1 Line,Mgr Road,E Sec,CheetacampME 400088 A Sec,D Line,Near Start Hotel,A Sec,CheetacampME 400088 Navnath Seva Sangh,Cheetacamp Rd,Navnath Seva Sangh,MankhurdME 400701 Jay Bhole Nagar,Dinquarry Road,Panajarapol,Panjarapol,Chembur Ward M West, Chembur, Sindhi Society, Chheda Nagar and Tilak Nagar MW 400071 R C Barrack,Inlaks Hospital,Near Lal Mithi Garden,Indira Nagar, Old Chembur Camp, Old Barrack, Shivshakti Nagar, Collector Colony,Samrat Ashok, C G Marg, R C Marg, Collector Colony,Chembur Camp,ChemburMW 400071 Vatsalatai Nagar,Kurla Signal,Nr. Kurla Signal,ChemburMW 400071 Subhedar Ambedkar,Lal Dongar, Near Bmc School, Dr. Ambedkar Chawl, Samarth Nagar,Near Sion Trombay Road,Suman Nagar, Lal Dongar,ChemburMW 400071 Shramjivi Nagar, Saibaba Nagar, Adarsh Nagar, Shell Colony, Yashomati, Shell Colony,Shell Colony, Service Road,Thakker Bhappa Colony,ChemburMW 400071 Siddharth Colony,Kn Gaikwad Marg,Near Chemburnaka,ChemburMW 400071 Mumbadevi,Ahilyabai Holkar Ghatla Municipal Colony, Shramik Kamgar, Sambhaji Nagar -1,Khardeo Nagar,. 1 To 9 Anand Nagar,N G Acharya Marg, Govandi Road,Ghatla,ChemburMW 400071 Mahadev Patil, Harikishan Sadan, Kamla Kishan Patil, M.S. Patil Wadi, Arvind Patil Wadi, Nagesh Patil Wadi, Khardeo Nagar,Ghatla Village,Khardeo Nagar Marg,Ghatla,ChemburMW 400071 Panchsheel Nagar,Tilak Nagar Road No. 3,Near Jai Ambe Kirana Stores,ChemburMW 400071 Chawl No. 3, Lal Wadi, Near Bharat Tirth Soc.,S T Road,Maitry Park,ChemburMW 400074 Islampura, Laxmi Nagar,Mukund Nagar, Vashi Naka, Mahul Road Near Railway Track, Mahul & H P Nagar Mysore Colony & S V Patel Nagar, Vashi Naka & Shivshakti Nagar, R.C.Marg,Vashinaka, Mahul,ChemburMW 400089 Mukund Nagar,Sukhshanti Chawl, Utkarsh Nagar, Balaji Chawl, Nagewadi,Kadariya Nagar, Dinbandhu Chawl,Siddharth, Sambhaji Nagar Near Hanuman Mandi,P.Y.Thorat Marg,P L Lokhande Marg,ChemburMW 400089 Mahatma Phule Nagar, Barve Chawl, Ramabai Colony,Satyam Galli,Vajir Baba Chawl,Raul Galli, Navchintan Buddh Vihar, New Panjabi Chawl,Jagtap Chawl, Sathe Galli,Malekarwadi,Chawl 0 To 10 Janta Nagar,V K Krishnan Menon Nagar,Bmc Quarters,P L Lokhande Marg,ChemburMW 400089 Pestom Sagar,Road No.4,Near Sawaswati Dugdhalay, Opp. Krishna Pan Bidi Shop,Chembur Ward N - Ghatkopar, Vidyavihar and Pant Nagar N 400075 Rajaram Bane Marg,Laxmi Nagar, Ganesh Nagar, Ghatkopar (E)N 400077 Kamraj Nagar & Ramabai Nagar,Ghatkopar (E)N 400077 Kamraj Nagar,Ghatkopar (E)N 400077 Laxmi Nivas Society, Patel Chowk,Ghatkopar (E)N 400079 Vikhroli Park Site, Varsha Nagar,Vikhroli (W)N 400079 Varsha Nagar Road,Vikhroli (W)N 400084 Bhim Nagar Road,Bhim Nagar, Kathodipada, Dayasagar, Ghatkopar (W)N 400086 Nityanand Nagar, Gautam Nagar,Ghatkopar (W)N 400086 Kirol Gaon, Vidyavuhar (W)N 400086 Chota Bhim Nagar,Lbs Road,Opp. Bikaner,Ghatkopar WN 400086 Barve Nagar, Ramji Nagar, Bhatwadi,Ghatkopar (W)N 400086 Azad Nagar, Chirag Nagar, Parshiwadi,Ghatkopar (W) Ward P North - Malad, Manori, Marve, Aksa, and Madh PN 400063 Jai Bhim Nagar,Dindoshi,Goregaon EastPN 400063 Santosh Nagar,Dindoshi,Goregaon EastPN 400064 Mota Pada,Near Mittal College,Malad WestPN 400064 Valnai Colony,Near Link Road,Malad WestPN 400064 Kanchpada No 1,Ramchandra Lane,Malad WestPN 400064 Somwar Bazar,Malad WestPN 400064 Bhadran Nagar,S V Road,Malad WestPN 400095 Azmi Nagar,Malwani Gate No 7,Malad WestPN 400095 New Collector Compound,Malvani,Malad WestPN 400095 Aksa Village,Madh Marve Road,Malad WestPN 400095 Manori Village,Panchghar,Malad WestPN 400095 Malwani Church,Near Shriram Mandir,Malad WestPN 400095 Bmc Colony Gate No 5,Malwani,Malad WestPN 400095 Daruwala Compound,S V Road,Malad WestPN 400095 Ambujwadi,Malad WestPN 400095 Rathodi / Kharodi,Malad WestPN 400095 Madh,Malad WestPN 400095 Mhb Colony,Malad WestPN 400097 Makrani Pada,Rani Sati Marg,Malad EastPN 400097 Hanuman Nagar,Kurar,Malad EastPN 400097 Kranti Nagar,Kurar,Malad EastPN 400097 Indira Nagar,Rani Sati Marg,Malad EastPN 400097 Pathanwadi,Malad EastPN 400097 Ambewadi,Daftari Road,Malad EastPN 400097 Kokni Pada - Shivaji Nagar,Kurar,Malad EastPN 400097 Tanaji Nagar,Dhobighat Kurar,Malad EastPN 400097 Bacchani Nagar,Malad EastPN 400097 Pushpa Park,Malad EastPN 400097 Khadakpada,Malad EastPN 400097 Pimpripada,Malad EastPN 400101 Gokul Nagar,Kandivali EastPN 400101 Apppa Pada,Kandivali East Ward P South - Goregaon PS 400062 Prem Nagar,Vishwkarma Road,Prem Nagar,Goregaon WestPS 400063 Vitbhatti,Hanuman Tekdi,Goregaon - Mulund Link Road,Vitbhatti,Goregaon EastPS 400063 Room No. 3, Lakhau Letha Chawl,Ram Mandir Road,Ramnagar, Bandrekarwadi,Jogeshwari EastPS 400064 Shankar Nagar, Vasari Hill,Near Rustomji Tower,Vasari Hill,Goregaon WestPS 400064 Teen Dongri,Yashwant Nagar Road,Teen Dongri,Goregaon WestPS 400065 Unit No. 22,Aarey Milk Colony,Unit No. 22,Goregaon EastPS 400065 Adarsh Nagar, Old Hill Quarter,Aarey Milk Colony,Adarsh Nagar,Goregaon EastPS 400065 Janjira Colony, Opposite St.Pius College,Aarey Road,Goregaon EastPS 400065 Unit No.30,Aarey Colony,Unit No.30,Goregaon EastPS 400097 Gokuldham, Classic Hotel,Gokul Dham,Arunkumar Vaidya Marg,Kanyapada,Malad EastPS 400104 Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 1,Link Road,Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 1,Goregaon WestPS 400104 Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 2, Tambe Gully,Link Road,Bhagat Singh Nagar No. 2,Goregaon WestPS 400104 Laxmi Nagar,Link Road,Laxminagar,Goregaon WestPS 400104 Gandhi Chawl,S.V Road,Near Nala,Goregaon West Ward R Central - Borivali RC 400066 Raidongri,Raidongri,Weh,Borivali EastRC 400066 Kajupada,Rikshaw Stand Road,Ganesh Cowk,Borivali EastRC 400066 Jai Jawan,Fci Godown Rd,Nr Masjid,Borivali EastRC 400066 Dadasaheb Chawl,Dattapada Rd,Rupwate Nagar,Borivali EastRC 400066 Kulup Wadi,Kulup Wadi,Kulup Wadi,Borivali EastRC 400066 Daulat Nagar,S V Road,Neharu Nagar,Borivali EastRC 400066 Sukurwadi,Sukurwadi,Bus Depot Sukurwadi,Borivali EastRC 400092 Patil House,Eksar Rd,Talepakhadi,Borivali WestRC 400092 Saiprasad Chawl,Shimpoli Road,Atal Smruti Uddyan,Borivali WestRC 400092 Ratnabai Chawl,Borsapada Road,Op. Borsapada Ho,Borivali WestRC 400092 Ek Dongri Chawl,Eksar Road,Gandhi Nagar,Borivali West Ward R North - Dahisar RN 400068 Valmiki Chawl And Nearby Chawl,Dn Dubey Rd,Ambawadi,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Padwal And Ramchandra Gurav Chawl,Babu Pednekar Road,Ketkipada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Sainath Chawl,Shiv Tekdi,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Shiv Shankar Chawl And Durgabai Dixit Chawl,Shiv Vallabh Road,Hanuman Tekdi,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Jai Ganesh Rahivasi Sangh And Jai Bhavani,S.N. Dubey Road,Kokanipada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Khan Compound,S.N. Dubey Road,Rawalpada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Vishwakarma Chawl,Shanti Nagar Dongri,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Topiwala Chawl,Santosh Nagar,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Sadguru Chawl,Ketakipada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Shankar Tumbade,S.N.Dubey Road,Kokanipada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Balkawde Compound,Kajupada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Mulla Hawaldar Chawl,Kokanipada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Babli Pada,C S Road No-3,Behind Ganpati Mandir,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Nasir Ali Chawl,Rajesh Compound,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Damodar Barfe Chawl, Gharatan Pada No-2,Service Road,Nr Raj Nagar, Ghartan Pada No-2,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Dada Pandey & Sham Rati Yadav Chawl,Opp Awadh Vidyalay,Ketaki Pada Dharkhadi,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Vishnu Naik Chawl,Ovaripada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Ganesh Chawl,Near N.G.Park Bldg No-4,Kokani Pada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Pant Nagar,Kokani Pada,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Sadguru Society,Sant Muktabai Road,Rawalpada, Nr Varad Vinayak Mandir,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Gurukripa Chawl,Kailash Naga,Nr Ng Park,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Saikrupa Chawl,Suyog Nagar,Ghartanpada Road No.2,EastRN 400068 Sainath Rahivasi Sangh,Rawalpada,In Front Of N G Park,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Amarnath Mahadeo Chawl,Amba Wadi,Nr Amba Wadi Police Chowki,Dahisar EastRN 400068 Chawl No. A-1,Radhakrishna Nagar,Nr Shani Mandir,Dahisar EastRN 400103 Dahisar Gavthan,R.P. Road, Shivsena Shakha,Dahisar WestRN 400103 Ganapat Patil Nagar,New Link Road,I C Colony,Dahisar WestRN 400103 Shivaji Nagar Slum,L.M. Road,Shivaji Nagar,Dahisar WestRN 400103 Om Sai Welfare Society,Rto Road,Kandarpada,Dahisar West Ward R South - Kandivali and Charkop RS 400067 Laljipada / Gandhi Nagar,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Laljipada / Sanjay Nagar,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Laljipada / Ekta Nagar,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Laljipada,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Abhilakh Nagar / Iraniwadi Road No.4,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Sai Nagar Kandivali West,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Khan Gulli, Kd Comnpound, 90Ft D.P Rd South Boundary,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Islam Compound, Kd Comnpound, Mg Rd North Boundary,Kandivali WestRS 400067 Hanuman Nagar / Ayappa Mandir,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Gautam Nagar, Lahugadh, Ramgadh,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Bhim Nagar, 12 Nal, Satara Camp, Gandhi Nagar, Nalanda Budhvihar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Mahindra Compound, Damu Nagar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Panchayat Samitee,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Laxmi Nagar, Barkiya Rama Compound And Azadwadi,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Sigh Estate,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Narshipada / Janupada,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Narshipada / Durga Mata Mandir,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Hanuman Nagar / Balaji Inds Estate.,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Hanuman Nagar /Pal School,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Hanuman Nagar / Lokmanya Chawl,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Ambedkar Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Donkey Compound, Indira Chowk, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Shivaji Maidan, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Adarsh Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Ram Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Nivruddin Chawl, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Bhajiwadi, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Apna Nagar, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Chikalwadi, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Pandey Compound, Thakur Village,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Janupada, Thakur Village,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Bandongri,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Vaibhav Nagar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Kaju Pada, Poisar,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Hanuman Nagar / Vadarpda Road No. 2,Kandivali EastRS 400101 Narshipada / Saraswati Chawl,Kandivali East Ward S - Bhandup, Powai, Kanjurmarh, Vikhroli and Nahur S 400042 Bhandup GaonS 400042 RamngrS 400042 Ashok NgrS 400042 Kanjur VillageS 400072 Milind NagrS 400076 Phule NagarS 400076 Gautam NgrS 400076 Gokhale Ngr, Chaitanya NgrS 400076 Tirandaj VillageS 400076 Morarji CompoundS 400076 PanchkutirS 400076 Mukteshwar Ashram PowaiS 400078 KhindipadaS 400078 Ramanagar Tanaji WadiS 400078 Waghoba WadiS 400078 TulshetpadaS 400078 Shashtri NagarS 400078 SonapurS 400078 Ceat Tire RoadS 400078 Pratap NagarS 400078 Kamble CompoundS 400078 Jokhim CompoundS 400078 Munshi MahalS 400078 Lokmanya Ngr, Sarvoday NgrS 400078 TembhidadaS 400078 Gautam NgrS 400078 Sai HillS 400078 Ganesh NgrS 400078 Utkarsh Ngr 114S 400078 Shivaji NgrS 400078 Kaju TekadiS 400078 Kokan NagarS 400078 Pathan ColonyS 400078 Shriram PadaS 400078 RamabaiS 400078 BuddhanagarS 400078 Tulshet Pada 110S 400078 Jangal Mangal RoadS 400078 BhattipadaS 400078 GaondeviS 400078 Shriram Pada 109S 400078 KashinagarS 400078 Hanuman NagarS 400083 Tagorenegar Group No 8/ No. 3S 400083 Ambedkar Nagar/ UtkarshnagarS 400083 Hariyali VillageS 400083 Group No.5, VikroliS 400083 Station RoadS 400083 Panchasheel Chawl, Surya NagarS 400083 Chandan NgrS 400083 IslampuraS 400083 AmbewadiS 400083 Uday NagarS 400083 Ambedkar ChowkS 400087 Hanuman GalliS 400087 PaspoliS 400087 Filter Pada Ward T - Mulund T 400080 Indira Nagar -3,Behind Mehul Talkies,J.N. Road,Mulund WestT 400080 Indira Nagar -2, J.N. Road,Behind Mehul Talkies,J.N. Road,Mulund WestT 400080 Indira Nagar -1, J.N. Road,Near Church,J.N. Road,Mulund WestT 400080 Amar Nagar, Darga Road, Guru Govindsing, Pawar Chawl, Mulund Colony,Darga Road,Mulund WestT 400080 Ramgad, Gosala Road,Goshala Road,Mulund WestT 400080 Vijay Nagar,J Road,Mulund WestT 400080 New Rhaul Nagr Mulund Colony,Mulund WestT 400080 Ashok Nagar Opp Hanuman Mandir, Ashok Nagar, S.N. Road,Dumping Road,Mulund WestT 400080 Babu Jagjivan Ram Nagar,Dumping Road,Mulund WestT 400080 Gauni Pada,Nahur Road,Dumping Road,Mulund West There are a total of 65 containment zones in Pune (May 20), check full list here 1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898) 2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area 3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road 4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Dandekar pool vashat Final Plot no 1A, 2A, 2B, 28, 585, 587, 587 Aambil stream colony area5. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi area 6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth. 7. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala Road 8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth 9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat 10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area 11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path 12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path 13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple 14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area 15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar area16. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashat 17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat 18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahat 19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 658 20. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir. 21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 B 22. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road 24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area 25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area 26. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area 27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc. 28. Yerawada, Adarsh Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh Indiranagar 29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti Premises 30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao area 31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises 32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF Premises 33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areas 34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate 35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex 36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15B 37. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid Premises ALSO READCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC health dept issues guidelines to curb COVID-19 and treat patientsCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC health dept issues guidelines to curb COVID-19 and treat patients38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus 39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises 40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 18 41. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar area 42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar 43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canal 44. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar 45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar 46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67) 47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 Shivajinagar 48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar 49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 59 50. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi Area 51. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plaza 52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises 53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar 54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar 55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West 56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat Premises 57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune 58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir Premises 59. Hadapsar, Adarsh Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises 60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area 61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj 62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises 63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane 64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple 65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side Premises There are 177 containment zones in Thane. Check full list here:1. Karanti nagar Galli No.14 near saraswati School- Rabodi 2 Thane (W) 2. Panchpakahadi, Near Dnyanraj Sabhagraha, Rahul Society, Thane (w) 3. Room No.18 83 Bhakti Society Anand Park Thane West 4. 1505 B- Wing OSS Sapphire Municipal Bldg 5. 504 Hanuman Soc. Chandanwadi Panchpakhadi thane West 6. Rm No. 24 Chintamamni Gharkul Service Rd. Sawalewadi Panchpakhadi Thane 7. 182 Lotu Sheth Chawl Haridas Nagar near Shankar Temple Behind Golden Park 8. Parera Tower, Parera Nagar, Thane 9. Natraj Chs Bldg No 9 H25 Opp Murphy Express Highway Thane West -400602 10. NEW NASHENAN CHS NEAR K VILLA OPPOSITE SANJIVAN1 HOSPITAL 11. Saurabh Tower,Near Pratap Cinema,Kolbad 12. Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Girls Hostel, Khopat, 13. Hansnagar Khopat Thane (W) 14. Kolbad Jagmata Mandir, Khopat, Thane 15. Om Sai Chawl King Kong Nagar Dongripada Ghodbander Rd. 16. Room no 734,Near to lala kirana store, Sai mandir, Patlipada, Ghodbandar road, Thane. 17. C/301, Olympia Building, Lodha Pura, Majiwada, Thane West 18. Bramhand Society , Azadnagar, thane 19. 518, Parvati Niwas, Dhokali, Kolshet Road, Thane 20. Room No. 202, Manan Chawl, Vijay Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane 21. Saphire 2 Cosmos Jewel, near DMart Anand Nagar Thane 22. Rajesh Shetty Chawl, Manorama Nagar 23. Aspen, Everest World, Kolsheth Road, Thane 24. Owla, Takadiv Road, Ghodbundar Road, Shiv Sayadri Chawl, Thane West 25. 102, Standfrd Bldg. Hiranandani Estate, Manpada, Thane 26. Lodha Amara Labour Camp 27. 2102 Wing 19 H Lodha Amamra Kolshet Thane W 28. 1/77, Adarsh Chawl, Vitthal Mandir Road, Near Ghag Kirana Store, Thane 29. Amrapali Saan Shivaji Negin Manpada 30. Santosh Kirana Store, Azadnagar, Thane 31. 102, 1st Floor, Tirumala Chs, Majiwada, Thane 32. L-1, Phase-2, Swastik Residency, Ghodbandar Road, Thane 33. Durga Ghat Balkum Road, Tmc School Balkum, Thane 34. Chirag Nagar, Vartaknagar, Thane 35. 25/170 Ajankya Tara CHS Shivaji Nagar Pokhran Rd. 1 thane W 36. Pokhran Road - 2 Gandhi Nagar Thane 37. Bhim Nagar Vartak Nagar 38. VASANT VIHAR THANE-1 39. OSWAL SPARSH CHS,BLDG NO.9,POKHRAN ROAD NO.2,MAJIWAD THANE 40. ATHARVA HEIGHTS POKHRAN ROAD NO.1,SHIVAI NAGAR THANE 41. J/2, Lokvruksh, 702, Tulsidham, Thane 42. Rameshwar Soc., B Wing, Nikkanth Heights, Devdaya Ngar, Pokharan No 2 43. 44/311, Nav Adarsh Chs, Shivai Nagar,Thane W 44. Dyanoday School, Sawarkar Nagar, thane 45. Sawarkar nagar, PANCH PAGMASHWALA APPT, 1ST FLOOR 46. Kulswamini Chawl, lokmanya nagar, Pada no.4, Thane 47. VEDANT COMPLEX PHASE -2, Vijay Nagar, Vartak nagar, Thane 48. Vaibhavlaxmi chwl, Near TMC school No.103,131 kajuwadi 49. KOKANNIVAS CHAWL CHAITTI NAGAR, Lokamanya Nagar PADA NO 3 50. HANUMAN NAGAR LAXMI KRUPA CHAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 51. Sambhaji Nagar Sagar Baug near Rahil Hotel Bakery 52. Shiv Galli,Indiranagar Rd. No. 33 Rupadevipada 1 near Shiv Mandir, Thane 53. DHARMVEER CHAWL ,CHAWL NO.03,ROOM NO. 1, JAI BHAVANI NAGAR ,WAGLE ESTATE 54. 204, 2nd Flr. Sai Apt. Sawarkar Nagar Near Municipal Office 55. Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No 3, Parera Nagar, Near Mauli Kirana Store, Pawar Nagar, Thane 56. ROOM NO 2 SAI CHARAN CHAWL INDIRA NAGAR TEKDI WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 57. B/37 4th Fl. Shanti Apt R No 22 Near Thakur School Savarkar Nagar 58. Kashinath Parab Chawl, Pokharn Road No. 1, Dhawle Nagar, Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No. 3, Thane 59. Ambewadi, Room No. 1202, Near Madin Masjid, Wagle Estate, Thane (West) 60. Sai Sitra Chawl, Indra Nagar, Road On 22, Opp Laxmi Medical , Near Bush Bldg Rupadevi Pada, No 2, Thane 61. Annabhou Sathenagar, wagle estate 62. Dharamveer Chawl, Sainathnagar, Kajuwadi 63. Guruprashad Apt. Mahatma Phule Nagar 64. Plot No-15, Room No-B-15, Shree Gajanan Co.Op Hsg Soc Mhada Vasahat Savarkar Nagar Thane 65. Dyaneshwar Nagar , Gajanan Chawl , R.No.24, Thane 66. 52 8 Sant Rohidas Chawl Dnyaneshwar Nagar Wagle Estate Thane W 67. Danurdhar Bhavan first floor flat No.104 Padwalnagar Wagle Estate Thane (W) 68. C.P.TALAO SHIV SHAKTI MITRA MANDAL NEAR SHANKAR MANDIR WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 69. Kailasnagar ITA Circle wagle estate Thane (w) 70. Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi; Sadhbhavna Apt, Kisanagar no.3, Bhatwadi; Renuka Sadan Kisannagar 3; Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi; Devyani Sadan , Kisan Nagar, Thane 71. VISHVDIP BUILDING 4 TH FLOOR SHIVAJINAGAR THANE; VIJAY APPARTMENT D WING 103 KISAN NAGAR 1 THANE; 1/5, Pitkar Niwas, Rantanbhai Compd. Shivaji Nagar, Wagle Estate, Thane 72. 2/205 kinara Apt. kisan Nagar no 2 73. SURESH SMRITI BUILDING, ROOM NO 5, KISAN NAGAR 3, WAGLE ESTATE, THANE 74. Waralipada near bavadi Shreenagar 75. Silky Apt room no 3 in front of Oil depo Kisan Nagar no 2 76. Shanti bhavan room no 6 kisan nagar no3 opp bus stop near vinod jewllers thane 77. Shiv Shakti Nagar Behind Sunrise Bussiness park Kisan Nagar 2 78. 41 Shukla Building 2nd Floor Padwal Nagar 79. Shiv Shakti Nagar Kisan Nagar 2 80. 1/1 Shanti Bhuvan Kisan Nagar 3 Wagle Industrial estate 81. Usha Kiran bld R.no.406 Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.3 82. Omprakash apt.R.No.101 Kisannagar No.2 83. Nutan Mirabld B Wing Kisan Nagar Wagle Estate Thane 84. Wagale Estate, Nehru Nagar - 1, Thane 85. Ashar IT Park Wagle Estate 86. Gurav Chwal Near Malti Devi School , Ambika Nagar 2, Rd No 16, Wagale Estate Thane 87. B/14 D,Silver Police Line Court Naka Thane 88. Aditya building, new Police Tower Mahagiri Thane 89. B9 Laxmiwadi Chendani Koliwad Meethbandar Road Thane ( East ) 90. Room no-4,Ground floo,Nilkanth Darshan Society ,Naupada Thane 91. Rm.no18 , sathe wadi near dnyansadhana college 92. Maya Villa, Raheja Garden Thane W 93. NAGSEN NAGAR NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR OPP.DADOJI STEDIUM 94. Jalaram Ashish-1 G. M Marg Thane 95. Ram Maruti Rd. New English School Ganesh Kutir 96. 703, Bhalchandra building Behind gaodevi bus depo. Thane w 97. New Swastik Chs Bag Soc. Near Ganesh Tawkies Edulji Rd. Charia Thane 98. Gaurangi CHS, near Damani Estate LBS Rd. Naupada, thane 99. Amar Tower Bhaskar Colony Naupada 100. Rm. No. 3 Sitala Singh Chawl Near Shiv Mandir Noori Baba Road 101. 409, Ashif Manzil Apt, Adalgi Road, Kabad Ali, Thane 102. 15/A-2, Kamlesh Chs, Kopari Colony , Thane 103. 501, mangalya society near SBI bank , Naupada 104. 601, 6th floor , Vatika Bldg, Ghantali road. 105. Thane Medical Shop Govindji Apartment 3 Petrol Pump Thane 106. 1 Sapna CHS opp Anand Ashram Soc. B Cabin Naupada Thane W 107. Rm. No. 8 Saikrupa Bldg. Kashish Park 108. Laxmi Apt. Gholai nagar Atkoneshwarnagar Thane (W) 109. Janki Nagar, Kharegaon, thane (W) 110. Bhaskar nagar Kalwa Thane 111. Jagnath Appt. Vitawa, Kalwa 112. Narayan park,Room No. 301,Near Megha Apartment ,Vitawa, Kalwa 113. Rm. No. 27, Santoshi Chawl, near Agreseen School, Thane Belapur Rd. Kalwa East 114. 105,SAMI DISHA APARTMENT,VITAWA,KALWA,THANE 115. Kantabai building,room.no.105 ,Vitawa 116. 103 A/2 Vaishanavi dham complex Near vitthal mandir kharigaon kalwa 117. NEW SHIVAJI NAGAR, KALWA 118. Sai ashirvad A-2,SURYA NAGAR,VITAWA 119. Shashtri Nagar Mafatlal Company opposite Durga Mandir, Atkoneshwar Kalwa 120. Bldg. No. 5 B-wing 2nd Floor Sudama CHS Old Mumbai-Pune Rd. Kalwa 121. Resident Doctor at CSMH Thane 122. Suryanagar Gate No.1 Vitawa Kalwa Thane (W) 123. SANKALP CHS,. MANISHA NAGAR - 2, KALWA, THANE 124. Anand Vihar Complex,Near Railway Phatak Kharegaon ,Kalwa East,Thane 125. Rajashree Shahu Chawl, R/N 3, New Shivaji Nagar, Thakurpada, Kalwa, Thane 126. Shiv Shrusti Kharegaon, Thane 127. R.No.202, Chawandai Residency, Parsik Nagar Kalwa 128. Saipranam Chs, A-307, Kharigaon, Kalwa 129. Janki Nagar, Pipeline, Manisha Nagar, Kalwa West 130. Digvijay Bld, Room No 301, Thane 131. Rm. No. 1, Narayan Krupa Chawl Vitava Kalwa 132. KHALIL MENSION ROOM NO 303/A WING GHASWAL COMPOUND KAUSA 133. B3/903, MM Valley, Mumbra, Thane 134. Room No.3 Sarkar Tower Dauladnagar Chand nagar Kausa Thane; C/102, NEW NASHMAN COLONY, OPP TANWAR NAGAR, KAUSA 135. A-1, Nuri Chand Nagar, Kausa Thane 136. MUMBRA, MUSAKHASAM, ROOM 204, OPP MUMBRA RAILWAY STATION, THANE 137. LALYA MUMBREKAR HOUSE GROUND FLOOR NEAR JAMA MAJJID KAUSA MARKET 138. NEAR CHARNI PADA KAUSA GAON 139. 105 /B-1 SHAMSHAD NAGAR KAUSA 140. Abida Manzil A-wing Kausa Mumbra 141. Nasim baug Amrut Nagar, Mumbra, Thane 142. Janta Colomy , Jeevan Baug, Mumbra 143. REHAN BAUG,G-BLDG,B-206,DEURI PADA,KAUSA,THANE-400612 144. PRIME NEST BUILDING NEAR HIGH INTENSITY GYM, MUMBRA. - 400612 145. Hirabai Niwas, Kausa, Charnipada, Mumbra 146. Rashid compound , Mumbra , Thane 147. Irfan Palace, B-Wing , 1st Fool, 101, Rashid Compound, Kausa, Mumbra 148. Madina Manzil B-Wing Room No-2 Red Rose Society, Mumbra, Thane - 400612 149. Pondular Nagar 2nd Floor R.N 6, Mumbra, Thane 150. Room No-1 Ground Floor B Wing Mehfooz Apt Near Rehmania Hospital, Mumbra, Thane 151. Mustafa , Thane 152. Kgn Apt, Near Bosco School, Rashid Camp, Kausa 153. A 102, Raut Apt, Near Police Chowki, Kausa 154. Hashmat Park, Rashid Compound, Kausa Mumbra 155. Gurukrupa Chawl, Sanjay Nagar, Mumbra 156. Ashiyana Tower,B - 701, Above Millennium Hospital, Kausa, Mumbra 157. 1st Floor Rashida Palace Tahkur Pada Hanuman Nagar Mumbra Thane 158. Room No 103, 1st Floor, Kiran Height Sonaji Nagar Mumbra - 400612 159. 304, B2, Minar Regency, Shimla Park 160. A-2/74, RAHIM APARTMENT, INDIVA GANDHI ROAD, ROSHID COMPUND, OPP TO PINTYA CABLE OFFICE, MUMBRA 161. Noorani Apt 1st, Floor 5, Qureshi Hotel Mumbra, Thane 162. Vind Apt. Room No. 404, A Wing Opp. Reliance Tower Dive Thane (W) 163. SHREEVARDHAN CHAWL RN 12 SAI SWPANA NAGAR DIVA 164. 105 Shivam Riverwood Soc. Desai Naka Kalyan Phata 165. Reliance 1/B Rm. No. 1 Mumbra Devi Colony Diva Eas 166. Mukta Residency Padle Gav near Khidkali mandir Diva 167. Sai Shradha Bldg Room 206 Nr Vitthal Mandir Diva 168. Bharat Mhatre Chawl No 2 Room No 10 Datiwali Manpada Road Near Kct School Diva 169. Sadguru Krupa No 2 Near Toll Sprit School Sabe Road Diva 170. JAY BHAVANI CHAWL,ROOM NO.3 GANESH NAGAR DIVA EAST 171. SAMARTH CHAWAL R NO 5 MAHATRE OFFICE NEAR AKANKASHA HOLL BR NAGAR DIVA E 172. 2 Sadguru Apt. Ground Floor Madhavi Banglow Masoba Rd. Agasan Thane 173. 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2020-05-25Domestic passengers to be stamped on hand on arrival; other SOPs notified - Free Press Journal
Domestic passengers to be stamped on hand on arrival; other standard operating procedures notified By Sanjay JogTwo passengers show their stamped hand at the domestic airportBL Soni The Maharashtra Government has issued standard operating procedure for handling of domestic air travellers arriving in the state. All of them will be stamped on their left hand for identification and will have to compulsorily undergo home isolation for a period of 14 days as per protocol. They shall self-monitor their health. Local district and municipal administration will be authorised to give exemption in home isolation for contributing to an office or for other important work after checking the passengers. Passengers who are coming to the state for a short duration (less than one week) and have planned for onward/return journey will have to share the details of the same and will be exempted from isolation. However, such passengers will not be allowed in containment zones of the hotspot areas. If the incoming passenger’s stay is proposed at a place other than the residential premises, then the information of all such persons will be made available to the concerned district and municipal administration by the in charge of that place. The in charge of that place will ensure regular sanitization of the premises. For the persons who are found symptomatic, the standard protocol for sampling/testing and quarantine shall be followed by the BMC and its nodal officers. The domestic arrivals may be permitted to travel in their private passenger vehicles by following all social distancing norms from the airport to residence or from the residence to the airport, on production of air tickets. However, such travel shall not be allowed from containment zones to airport or from airport to the containment zones. Moreover, all the staff associated with airport operations shall be allowed unhindered movement by any means, including bikes, car and taxi, to facilitate smooth operation. The police shall permit the movement of the staff on production of ID card. Passengers will move outside the Red Zone only for specific reason and after requisite permissions have been taken. The additional municipal commissioner/deputy commissioner of the concerned civic bodies have been appointed as the Nodal Officers. These officers shall coordinate with the airport authorities for obtaining the schedule of flights and list of passengers arriving in respective districts and municipal corporation areas. It will be the responsibility of Nodal Officers to put in place adequate number of medical teams at airport for screening to avoid delay and chaos. There will be provision for thermal screening at the point of departure and arrival. Those found symptomatic will be taken to the nearest health facility and prescribed protocol will be followed.Maharashtra governmenthome isolationdomestic air travellersRecent StoriesWHO temporarily suspends clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patientsMumbai auto association writes to CM Uddhav Thackeray to allow operations of autorickshaws in cityExams or no exams, use lockdown time to study, instructs Higher Education MinisterCoronavirus in Mumbai: Equal work, unequal pay, complain some doctors on COVID duty at BMC hospitalsRW group break Kerala Film Set: Who are the Antarrashtriya Hindu Parishad (AHP)? 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
2020-05-25Maharashtra COVID-19 Tracker: State records 3041 new cases, state tally of positive cases stand at 50231 - Mumbai Mirror
Maharashtra COVID-19 Tracker: State records 3041 new cases, state tally of positive cases stand at 50231You are in an offline modeMaharashtra COVID-19 Tracker: State records 3041 new cases, state tally of positive cases stand at 50231Mirror Online | Updated: May 25, 2020, 15:25 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational ImageOn Monday, Maharashtra recorded 3041 fresh COVID-19 cases thus taking the total positive cases to 50231, as per reports by the state Health department. The report further stated that 58 people have succumbed to the infection and took the total death toll of the state to 1635. Mumbai Municipal Corporation area has recorded 1725 fresh cases and 39 people have died. The total cases from the area are 30542 and 988 people have died so far. In Thane, 26 new cases have been reported on Monday. However, no death has been reported. Thane Municipal Corporation has 185 new positive cases with one death. The total cases in Thane now stand at 2590 while 36 people have died. Read Also: Coronavirus LIVE Updates On the other hand, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation has recorded 129 new cases. In a sigh of relief, no death was reported from the area. The total cases stand at 2007 while 29 people have succumbed to the infection. The Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation recorded 105 new cases and took the total tally of positive cases to 889. Seven died of the COVID-19 virus from the area, so far. However, no new death has been recorded as on Monday. Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, on the other hand, has recorded 24 new cases and took the total tally in the area to 169. With no new death reported on Monday, the death toll is at 3 in Ulhasnagar. Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation reported 22 new cases and one death on Monday. The total number of persons infected is 464 and five have people died. The Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation recorded 63 fresh COVID-19 cases and took the total number of people infected from the area to 562. The total number of death in the area till date stands at 15. In Pune, 28 new cases have been reported and six people lost their lives. The total number of cases stands at 340 and 5 people lost their lives. Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation recorded 37 new cases and no death on Monday. The total number of cases in PCMC is 267 and the death toll is at 7. However, 270 new cases have been reported by the Pune Municipal Corporation on Monday and six people died. As per the information by PMC, 5075 people have tested positive from the area while 251 lost their lives. Meanwhile, in India, 138845 people tested positive with the addition of 6977 new cases, as per reports by the state health department on Monday. The country recorded 154 new deaths thus taking the total toll to 4021. Untitled Carousel Piyush Goyal: Where is the list for 125 trains from Maharashtra?Railways Minister Piyush Goyal stated that the Indian Railways has notified 41 Shramik special trains for Maharashtra on Monday despite being prepared to run 125 trains. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 tracker: Maharashtra reports 2033 fresh casesMay 19, 2020Karnataka COVID-19 tracker: State records 23 new positive casesMay 16, 2020Maharashtra pulls plug on sanitisation domes, tunnelsApr 20, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaVillas off whitefield Bangalore@1.04Cr ready for possessionm1 HomesThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeBuy pack of 3 easy-to-breathe anti-virus masks only @295Priority7 Ways To Quench Your Wanderlust While Stuck At HomeMensxp Sunpure- Chemical-free, physically refined sunflower oilSunpureHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesKnow more about studies in India and Abroad. Click hereICS CareersYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTOBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGrad
2020-05-25Man on motorcycle trip killed by gang of five in Thane - Republic World - Republic World
Man on motorcycle trip killed by gang of five in Thane Last Updated: 25th May, 2020 16:15 IST Man On Motorcycle Trip Killed By Gang Of Five In Thane A 24-year-old man was killed in the early hours of Monday in Ulhasnagar town in Thane district and a hunt was on for five accused, police said. Written By Press Trust Of India A 24-year-old man was killed in the early hours of Monday in Ulhasnagar town in Thane district and a hunt was on for five accused, police said. The deceased, identified as Shadab Sheikh, and five others had set out on three motorcycles to visit Haji Malang nearby, and at around 1:30am, the group came face to face with five more people, an official said. "This group of five hit Sheikh and the motorcyclists. Sheikh died due to stab wounds, the others with him escaped, and so did the five accused, We have registered a murder complaint," he added. First Published: 25th May, 2020 16:13 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water SAVE WATER NOW PLEDGE NOW PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR LATEST NEWS View all 1 hour ago Fringe right wing outfit leader arrested in connection with vandalism of film set 8 hours ago Man kills minor daughters in up's sant kabir nagar 5 hours ago 2 held for firing incident in thane 10 hours ago Two ansar gazwat ul hind terrorists neutralised in jammu and kashmir's kulgam 1 hour ago Case lodged against unidentified persons for hacking into website at dm office, forging e-passes WORLD The Debate Business News Entertainment News Sports News World News India News Technology News Shows Nation Wants To know Sunday Debate With Arnab R. Glitz Anupam Kher's People R. Access Patriot R. Wrap The Hidden Story R. EWIND REPUBLIC About Us Advertise Careers Intern With Us Contact Us TOP STORIES Maharashtra issues sop for domestic air travellers; mandates 14-day home quarantine Coronavirus live updates: india's cases stand at 1,38,845 as domestic flights resume 'there is no leadership,' remarks piyush goyal as he quashes maha govt's 'baseless' claims Who executive group pauses solitary trial on hcq to review data as icmr expands its usage FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-05-25Man on motorcycle trip killed by gang of five in Thane - The New Indian Express
Man on motorcycle trip killed by gang of five in Thane The deceased, identified as Shadab Sheikh, and five others had set out on three motorcycles to visit Haji Malang Share Via Email Published: 25th May 2020 04:31 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th May 2020 04:31 PM   |  A+A A- For representational purposes By PTI THANE: A 24-year-old man was killed in the early hours of Monday in Ulhasnagar town in Thane district and a hunt was on for five accused, police said. The deceased, identified as Shadab Sheikh, and five others had set out on three motorcycles to visit Haji Malang nearby, and at around 1:30am, the group came face to face with five more people, an official said. "This group of five hit Sheikh and the motorcyclists. Sheikh died due to stab wounds, the others with him escaped, and so did the five accused, We have registered a murder complaint," he added. Stay up to date on all the latest Nation news with The New Indian Express App. Download now TAGS Thane murder O P E N ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT India Matters Amazon, Big Basket likely to foray into alcohol home delivery Boycott Chinese products? OnePlus 8 Pro sees record sales with online debut Parents, kids can go on ‘workation’ to Kodagu resorts SC calls for uniform fee for COVID-19 testing in India 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 Create isolation wards, conduct rapid tests to curb spread of COVID-19 in jails: Committee India's COVID-19 recovery rate reaches 55.49 per cent More than 40 Chinese PLA soldiers were killed in Galwan valley clash, says Union Minister VK Singh 'Ring of fire' solar eclipse thrills skywatchers in Africa, Asia Large-scale phishing attacks using COVID-19 as bait, government warns Galwan clash: Narendra Modi is actually a 'Surender' Modi, says Rahul Gandhi ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Videos Meet the old Kerala couple that positively fought COVID-19 and recovered WATCH: This 22-year-old boy made a ventilator using scrap material! ADVERTISEMENT Gallery Indians look up at the sky for a glimpse of the rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse 2020 Rejuvenating mind, body, heart, soul: A look at how Indians celebrated International Yoga Day 2020 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
2020-05-25Unidentified accused kill youth, injure five others in Thane - United News of India
Unidentified accused kill youth, injure five others in ThaneThane, May 25 (UNI) A 24-year-old youth was reportedly killed on Monday while his five friends were seriously injured after five unidentified accused assaulted them while they were riding towards famous tourist spot Haji Malang.The victim has been identified as Sadab Shaikh.Quoting the complaint of one of the victim, the police said that the five of them were distinctly riding on three motorcycles when they were stopped by the accused around 0130 hours upon reaching Ulhasnagar suburb. Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsTourists should not travel to Goa: Official25 May 2020 | 11:24 PMPanaji, May 25 (UNI) Goa Health Secretary Nila Mohanan on Monday said said that tourists should not travel to Goa.see more..Mah: 37 fresh cases push Kolhapur tally to 37825 May 2020 | 11:09 PMKolhapur, May 25 (UNI) As many as 37 more people tested positive for coronavirus here on Monday, taking Maharashtra's district to 378.see more..Rane urges Governor to impose President's rule in Maharashtra25 May 2020 | 11:05 PMMumbai, May 25 (UNI) Former chief minister Narayan Rane on Monday demanded to state Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to impose the President's rule in Maharashtra, claiming that Shiv Sena-led Uddhav Thackeray government has 'failed' to tackle the Corona crisis in the state.see more..Maha CM praises Muslims for helping in setting ICU unit at Ichalkaranji hospital25 May 2020 | 11:01 PMKolhapur, May 25 (UNI) Praising the Muslims of Ichalkaranji town in the district for making invaluable contribution for setting up of a new intensive care unit in Indira Gandhi Memorial (IGM) hospital for treatment of corona infected patients, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday said that with this donation, they have set an ideal example before the country by putting aside caste-based and religious differences on Ramzan Eid festival.see more..Maharashtra records 2,436 fresh cases, 60 more deaths25 May 2020 | 10:40 PMMumbai, May 23 (UNI) Maharashtra on Monday detected 2,436 fresh cases of novel coronavirus and 60 deaths, taking the tally of infected patients in the state to 52,667 while the toll to 1,695, state Health Minister Rajesh Tope informed.see more.. 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2020-05-25Ulhasnagar advocate covers 5 states to reach home sweet home - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Monday, May 25, 2020, 6:00 AM IST Advocate covers 5 states to reach home, travels 2,500 km from Gangtok to UlhasnagarBy Narsi Benwal Travels 2,500 km from Gangtok, Sikkim, in 5 days in a truckThere is no place like home. And to return home, one wouldn’t mind travelling for nearly five days covering almost five states, that too in a truck. The fear of catching coronavirus and the scorching heat throughout the 2,500 km journey obstructed Amritpal Khalsa's journey, but failed to stop him with the determination he had to return to his home in Ulhasnagar from Gangtok, Sikkim.Khalsa, an advocate by profession, was stranded in Gangtok for more than two months and wanted to return to his house as he was exhausted living alone in a room, which he had rented just a few hours after the Prime Minister declared a nation-wide lockdown in March. He had been there to appear in one of his cases pending before the Sikkim High Court. The case pertains to the desecration of a Gurudwara by a local community of Sikkim. "I was here (Gangtok) to serve my community with no idea that I might have to stay here for two long months. However, I am happy that I have returned to my home in Ulhasnagar, though after facing a series of hurdles and a five long days journey, which was full of struggles," says Khalsa, who has been under home quarantine for a few more days.It would not be out of place to mention that the Free Press Journal had reported last month on how Khalsa got stuck in Gangtok and was forced to eat only a few pulses, as the local shops refused to give him food grains. He, however, later received proper food items to eat.According to Khalsa, he was ‘home sick’ and badly wanted to return home after the two months stay at Gangtok."It was on morning of May 11, I received a call that a truck would be leaving for Ahmednagar, Maharashtra from Siliguri, Sikkim. I was asked to get all the permissions before 7 pm, when the truck would move," recounts Khalsa.Soon after the call, the advocate met the local collector, got the requisite permissions and reached the truck on time. "I had to skip my meals (full day) only to reach the truck, which itself was a task, as there were no cabs and only few of them were operational and not all were ready to drop me till Siliguri," says Khalsa."That night, we had our dinner at a local dhaba near Siliguri and proceeded on our journey. The situation was such that despite being exhausted, I was asked not to sleep until the driver halts the tempo, which was done only by 4:30 am. We took a nap for hardly two hours and again proceeded with the journey," recalls Khalsa.The next day (May 12) proved to be quite difficult for him. “This was for the first time in two months that I felt the warmth of the scorching sun as the temperature was quite pleasant in Gangtok. The truck cabin too was hot," Khalsa pointed out.Amid all this, Khalsa maintained personal hygiene and took bath in a tube well. "There were scores of dhabas and hotels but all were shut down. Unfortunately, the truck had stopped suddenly since there were some issues with the wiring and it took more than 2 hours to rectify the defect. Subsequently, we covered Bihar," Khalsa said.The truck passed through field areas and even national highways, giving a pleasant view of nature. But not everything the duo saw was pleasant."I could see a huge cache of people walking to their homes, some were on bycicle and some on truck, desperately wanting to reach home. My heart hurt to see these poor laborers walking, what was more hurting was that ladies with young babies in their hands, too were walking," Khalsa pointed out. On the third day, Khalsa directly ate dinner near Ganga Chat, after entering Uttar Pradesh. They spent the night on a petrol pump. Later on, Khalsa changed to a second truck from Allahabad (Prayagraj), which was directly going to Ulhasnagar. Fed up with no proper food, Khalsa contacted his friends in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, requesting them for some langar. "I was served langar in Reva and in Maihar. For the first time in 55 days, I had a proper sumptuous meal, that too on a by-lane of a National Highway. We proceeded from Maihar, MP to Maharashtra," he said.The advocate finally reached Maharashtra on the afternoon of May 14. "That feeling was something different, it cannot be expressed. We had a long way to go, I had to cover another 800 km distance from Nagpur to Ulhasnagar. Nagpur was burning, the temperature was 42 degrees. There was no dhaba or hotel open for food, we did not eat anything in lunch, it was terribly hot outside," Khalsa said.After a series of hot weather, it was finally raining in Amravati with gusty winds. "I had reached a point where I couldn't sit further, the pain in my lower back aggravated, I couldn’t sleep as the cabin was extremely hot. I almost gave up, all hopes were lost and it became too difficult to bear with the situation," he said.On May 15, they reached Aurangabad and had only a few more hundred kilometers to reach Ulhasnagar. "As the saying goes, man proposes but god disposes. The truck had some issues and we had to wait for hours altogether and could leave from there only by late evening and we reached Malshej Ghat by 10 pm. But by then, the truck driver was sleepy and we all slept on the road side. And started towards Ulhasnagar by early morning of May 16 and reached near my house by 8 am," he said. (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)ulhasnagaradvocateGangtokCOVID-19 pandemiclockdown 4.0Recent StoriesAaditya Thackeray says state govt may ease restrictions in staggered manner from May 31Coronavirus lockdown: Domestic and international flights set to resume in mid-JuneFormer Maharashtra CM Ashok Chavan tests positive for coronavirus, kept under medical observationMumbai Crime: Man booked for assaulting wife over 'khichdi'Coronavirus outbreak: Maharashtra crosses 3,000-mark in a day, with 58 deaths 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
2020-05-25SC allows Air India to operate non-scheduled foreign flights with middle seats booking for 10 days - Free Press Journal
SC allows Air India to operate non-scheduled foreign flights with middle seats booking for 10 daysBy ANINew Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday, while hearing an urgent plea against Bombay High Court's order to keep middle seats vacant in international flights in compliance with social distancing norms, allowed Air India to operate non-scheduled foreign flights with middle seats booking for the next 10 days."Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and Air India are free to alter any norms it may consider appropriate during the pendency of the matter," a bench headed by Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde said. The apex court, while hearing the petition filed by the Central government and Air India, said that the state-run carrier shall be allowed to operate the non-scheduled flights with the centre sets booking for 10 days.The top court said that it will ask the Bombay High Court to decide on the matter again. We will ask the Bombay High court to decide the matter, we think, we will keep pending the matter, CJI Bobde said.Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, said that the circular was only intended for domestic flight operations, adding that everyone who comes from abroad (with all three seats occupied) will be compulsorily quarantined as per the government guidelines.The bench asked whether there is no difference between international and domestic flights, to which Mehta responded by saying there is no difference. "Its common sense that maintaining social distancing is important. The fact of the matter is they have only said to keep the central seat vacant. No one is stopping you from bringing them back," CJI Bobde said.Mehta said that it is the decision of experts not to keep seats vacant and added that there aren't that many aircraft to evacuate people from abroad. "The transmission will be there if you are sitting next to each other. We are concerned about the health of the citizens. We will remand the matter and requested the Bombay High Court to pass an interim order after hearing from all the respective parties," CJI Bobde said.The Bombay High Court, which had directed Air India to keep middle seats vacant on international flights, is likely to hear the matter on June 2. This comes as flights are being operated to evacuate people stranded in countries abroad amid the lockdown imposed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Meanwhile, domestic flights have also been allowed to resume operations from today.supreme courtAir indiaDGCARecent StoriesThis man's letter about his dead wife will shame Boris Johnson over his advisor's reckless behaviourEarthquake of magnitude 5.5 hits Manipur; tremors felt in AssamAmid coronavirus outbreak, schools to reopen from July for older students'Implement President's rule in Maharashtra': Narayan Rane cites MVA Govt's 'failure' to control COVID-19 pandemic Maharashtra Govt releases SOP for handling of domestic air travellers arriving in the state 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
2020-05-252,423 Indians have landed in Mumbai so far - Free Press Journal
2,423 Indians have landed in Mumbai by 17 special flights organised by the Union Government from various countries under the Vande Bharat Mission.Of the 2,423 Indians who arrived in the metropolis from various countries till Friday, 903 people are from Mumbai, while 1,139 are from different parts of Maharashtra. The remaining 378 are from other states of the country. Of the total number of returnees, 1,128 passengers have been kept in institutional quarantine at 43 hotels across Mumbai.The civic body has already arranged for 3,343 rooms in a total of 88 hotels, including two / three / four / five star hotels as well as apartment hotels and Oyo budget hotels that will be turned into temporary isolation facilities for these returnees on payment basis."The Government of Maharashtra, in coordination with the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation, Ministry of External Affairs and Union Ministry of Home Affairs, has taken all the necessary measures towards repatriation of Indians who were stranded abroad via special flights to Mumbai. Accordingly, BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation, Mumbai Suburban Collector, Revenue Department, Mumbai Police, Regional Transport Department, Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, BEST administration and Mumbai Airport are all working in coordination to facilitate and make this process easier for those returning to Mumbai," said P Velarasu, additional municipal commissioner (projects).The Mumbai suburban district collector's office has been entrusted the task of ferrying the returnees to the respective districts and states. Till June 7, more Indian nationals will be brought to Mumbai in these special flights from Johannesburg, Jakarta, London, Manila, Tokyo, Colombo, Mauritius and Nairobi.He added, "For this, two teams have been formed under the leadership of Mumbai Suburban Collector Milind Borikar. The team also includes Additional Collector Vivek Gaikwad, Additional Collector Uddhav Ghuge, Sub Divisional Officer Padmakar Rokade and Umesh Birari. Each team includes 15 members."Till date, the 653 people (the highest so far) came from the United Kingdom, while 243 arrived from Singapore, 150 from the Philippines, 107 from Bangladesh, 201 from Kuala Lumpur 107 from San Francisco, 208 from New York, 195 from Chicago (all USA), 201 from Malaysia, 78 from Ethiopia, 16 from Oman, 29 from Manila, 185 from Jakarta, 126 from Johannesburg, 2 from Afghanistan and 2 from Kuwait. (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)Maharashtra governmentCOVID-19 pandemicVande Bharat Missionlockdown 4.0Recent StoriesAaditya Thackeray says state govt may ease restrictions in staggered manner from May 31Coronavirus lockdown: Domestic and international flights set to resume in mid-JuneFormer Maharashtra CM Ashok Chavan tests positive for coronavirus, kept under medical observationMumbai Crime: Man booked for assaulting wife over 'khichdi'Coronavirus outbreak: Maharashtra crosses 3,000-mark in a day, with 58 deaths 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
2020-05-25Recruitment conditions to be relaxed for hi-tech industries - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Monday, May 25, 2020, 6:00 AM IST Maharashtra govt proposes to relax conditions for recruitment of locals in hi-tech industriesBy Sanjay Jog To drop to 60 per cent from the earlier 80 per cent limit proposed by the government Investments The Maharashtra government, which has proposed to roll out the red carpet for investors post COVID-19, proposes to relax conditions with regard to 80 per cent recruitment of locals in industries. The government is expected to bring out a notification, whereby it will relax the condition, especially for hi-tech industries, to limit it to 60 per cent. The remaining 40 per cent can be brought from their respective countries or skilled manpower can be deployed for the initial three years of production.In the meantime, the industry will have to train locals to increase their skill set so that, by the end of three years, 80 per cent of the total staff will be from Maharashtra.This relaxation will be helpful particularly in the areas of electronics, high-end home appliances, artificial intelligence and medical equipment. The government has, so far, no plans to dilute labour laws in the state for the next three years, as done in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-ruled Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.An Industries Department officer, who is currently engaged in crafting the notification, told the Free Press Journal, “Maharashtra has been at the forefront to put in place industry- and investor-friendly policies. Considering the present coronavirus crisis, industries will face manpower shortage. Therefore, the government is of the view that, with the proposed relaxation in the recruitment of locals, hi-tech industries can, up to three years of production, hire 40 per cent skilled manpower.’’ He informed that the government’s move will help attract industries from China, Taiwan, US, UK, Germany, and South Korea, as Maharashtra has been the favoured destination.Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, who is also the finance minister, on March 6, in his budget for 2020-21, had said that the government will bring in a legislation during the monsoon session of the state legislature on the lines of Andhra Pradesh to provide 80 per cent reservation in the employment for local youth by correcting the flaws in the existing policy.Earlier, state Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari, on Sunday, December 1, in his address at the joint sitting of the state legislature, had said that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government was concerned about unemployment and it will enact a law to ensure 80 per cent reservation in private sector jobs for the ‘sons of the soil’.Incidentally, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress in their joint manifesto and Shiv Sena in its Vachannama in the run up to the assembly elections held in October last year had promised to provide 80 per cent jobs to the locals. (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)Maharashtra governmentMaha Vikas Aghadi governmentForeign Direct Investment (FDI)COVID-19 pandemiclockdown 4.0Recent StoriesAaditya Thackeray says state govt may ease restrictions in staggered manner from May 31Coronavirus lockdown: Domestic and international flights set to resume in mid-JuneFormer Maharashtra CM Ashok Chavan tests positive for coronavirus, kept under medical observationMumbai Crime: Man booked for assaulting wife over 'khichdi'Coronavirus outbreak: Maharashtra crosses 3,000-mark in a day, with 58 deaths 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
2020-05-2524-year-old stabbed to death near Haji Malang - Hindustan Times
2020-05-2519% drop in number of new cases in state 24 hrs after Sunday surge - Free Press Journal
19% drop in number of new cases in state in last 24 hrsBy Swapnil Mishra On Monday, 2,436 corona cases and 60 deaths were reported in the state, taking the total to 52,667 cases and 1,695 deaths until nowMumbai: The number of new Covid-19 cases decreased by 19 and 17 per cent in the state and city respectively in the last 24 hours, as compared to the record-high number of cases reported at both levels on the day before.On Monday, 2,436 corona cases and 60 deaths were reported in the state, taking the total to 52,667 cases and 1,695 deaths until now. In the same period, 1,430 cases were reported in Mumbai, taking its total to 31,972 so far, with the death toll crossing the 1,000-mark, as 38 fatalities reported in the last 24 hours.Thirty-eight of the 60 deaths were recorded in Mumbai, 11 in Pune, three in Navi Mumbai, two each in Thane, Aurangabad city and one each in Solapur, Kalyan-Dombivli and Ratnagiri. One of those dead in Mumbai included a Bihar resident. “Fifty-four of the total deaths reported on Monday occurred in the last two days, while six were from last week,” said state surveillance officer Dr Pradip Awate.Health officials said in 67 per cent of all Covid-19 deaths reported in the city, there were co-morbidities, including 20 per cent of those below 50 years of age. “The major co-morbidity found was diabetes (26 per cent), followed by hypertension (24 per cent), heart disease (8 per cent) and other co-morbidities (10 per cent). However, 32 per cent of patients had both diabetes and hypertension,” said Dr Daksha Shah, deputy executive health officer.Meanwhile, officials said, five per cent (over 1,600 people) of the active Covid-19 cases in the state are critical; about 24 per cent (over 8,000) have mild-to-moderate symptoms. Till Monday, 15,786 patients had recovered, which is 29 per cent of the total case burden. More than five lakh people, however, remain in quarantine across the state, of whom 35,479 are in institutional quarantine facilities, like hotels, lodges, guest houses, sports complexes, colleges, and schools.Corona in MumbaiRecent StoriesNo way out: Migrants' family sell cattle to fund their travel home; remain stranded in Mumbai after flight cancellationFake message alert: Mumbai Police rubbishes rumours of 'military lockdown' in Mumbai and PuneCoronavirus in Karnataka: CM BS Yediyurappa announces reopening of temples from June 1Anyone travelling to Punjab must undergo mandatory quarantine of 14 days: CM Amarinder SinghIndia's top military brass meets PM Modi amid escalating border tension with China 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
2020-05-25Mumbai crime: Man on motorcycle trip killed by gang of five in Thane - Free Press Journal
Mumbai crime: Man on motorcycle trip killed by gang of five in Thane By Agencies A 24-year-old man was killed in the early hours of Monday in Thane district and a hunt for the five accused is on.ArrestedA 24-year-old man was killed in the early hours of Monday in Ulhasnagar town in Thane district and a hunt was on for five accused, police said.The deceased, identified as Shadab Sheikh, and five others had set out on three motorcycles to visit Haji Malang nearby, and at around 1:30am, the group came face to face with five more people, an official said."This group of five hit Sheikh and the motorcyclists.Sheikh died due to stab wounds, the others with him escaped, and so did the five accused, We have registered a murder complaint," he added.thaneulhasnagarShadab SheikhRecent StoriesWHO temporarily suspends clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patientsMumbai auto association writes to CM Uddhav Thackeray to allow operations of autorickshaws in cityExams or no exams, use lockdown time to study, instructs Higher Education MinisterCoronavirus in Mumbai: Equal work, unequal pay, complain some doctors on COVID duty at BMC hospitalsRW group break Kerala Film Set: Who are the Antarrashtriya Hindu Parishad (AHP)? 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
2020-05-25343 new COVID-19 cases detected in Thane - United News of India
343 new COVID-19 cases detected in Thane… … 18 more Covid-19 cases found in Nashik6 fresh Covid-19 cases found in NandedAfghan gov't releases 100 Taliban inmates in goodwill gesture: official IndiaWorldSports WorldcupCricketTennis/Badminton/T THockeyFootballTennisEventsAsian GamesOlympics GamesOther Games IPLCommonwealth GamesNational GameSouth Asian GamesBusiness & Economy Science & Technology FeaturesEntertainment States EastWestNorthSouthAutoworld States » WestPosted at: May 26 2020 3:56AM 343 new COVID-19 cases detected in ThaneThane, May 25 (UNI) With addition of 343 new COVID-19 cases here in a single day on Monday, the tally of positive patients in the district mounted to 6,044, a report from the district administration stated. The report also said that there were total 11 deaths today, taking the toll till date to 183. While there were no deaths in Thane and Navi Mumbai, Kalyan tehsil town reported total 4 deaths and Ulhasnagar 3 deaths among all. 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More NewsTwo arrested in firing incident26 May 2020 | 8:16 AMThane, May 26 (UNI) Within less than six hours of alleged firing incident at Agasan of Diva in the district, the city police arrested the two accused in Thane city.see more..Shramik Express trains leave with 4606 passengers on board26 May 2020 | 8:14 AMPanaji, May 26 (UNI) Shramik Express special train departed from Karmali Railway Station to Hatia in Jharkhand on May 25, 2020, carrying 1494 passengers on board who were stranded in Goa due to on going Nationwide Lockdown.see more..MLA Pratap Sarnaik demands school fee waiver for 6 months26 May 2020 | 6:42 AMThane, May 26 (UNI) Shiv Sena MLA representing Owla-Majiwada in Thane city Pratap Sarnaik sought a waiver of payment of school fees for six months for the students in the state.see more..Vasai Virar civic body withdraws decision, saying 55-yr above & sick employees can remain at home26 May 2020 | 6:41 AMPalghar, May 25 (UNI) The Vasai Virar Municipal Corporation administration withdrew its decision to force those above 55 years of age and those sick to report to work. The VVMC Additional Commissioner Ramesh Manale told this correspondent that the corporation has instructed the civic employees who are above 55 and those who are sick can remain at home if they want.see more..Banned tobacco products seized26 May 2020 | 6:14 AMPalghar, May 26 (UNI) The district police in two different raids seized banned tobacco-based products worth Rs 28.48 lakhs and arrested as many as seven persons, the police said.see more.. 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2020-05-2576 days after its first Covid case, toll in Mumbai goes over 1,000 - Times of India
76 days after its first Covid case, toll in Mumbai goes over 1,000Top Searches:Top Searches :Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateMumbai FlightsMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberMaharashtra Corona Cases76 days after its first Covid case, toll in Mumbai goes over 1,000Bhavika Jain & Sumitra Debroy | TNN | Updated: May 26, 2020, 05:42 ISTA blood donation camp for Covid patients in a van at Borivli MUMBAI: The city on Monday crossed 1,000 Covid-19 deaths, 76 days after the virus entered Mumbai and two months after the countrywide lockdown was announced. The city’s death toll stood at 1,026 with the addition of 38 deaths on Monday; 736 of the 1,026 deaths have occurred in May alone. In March, when the outbreak began, there were seven deaths. This quickly rose to 281 in April. In 25 days in May till now, the fatalities have jumped by a staggering 161% over April. Additional municipal commissioner Suresh Kakani said while deaths have increased, the case fatality rate has seen a steady decline. “From 7% in April, it has dropped to 3.2% in the state now,” said Dr Avinash Supe, a member of the state task force. Mumbai reported its first Covid-19 death on March 17, six days after it reported the first case on March 11. While it took the city 34 days to reach the first 100 deaths since the first case was reported, the subsequent 100s came at smaller intervals. The first 100 deaths were reported on April 13 when Mumbai had 1,540 positive cases. The next 100 were added in 13 days, after which the intervals were reduced to single digits. The fourth, fifth and sixth hundred deaths were added in four days each. The fastest addition, from 734 to 800 deaths, came in two days: May 17 to 19. The subsequent intervals were 3 days each. Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray said that after BKC, Covid care centres and dedicated Covid hospitals will be made within two weeks at the Racecourse, Dahisar, Goregaon, and Mulund, with over 7,000 beds in the next two weeks. Work on a 600-bed Covid care centre at Mahalaxmi is underway on a war-footing. This includes a ward with 125 ICU beds. Those with moderate symptoms will be housed here. A 535-bed jumbo facility at Nesco, Goregaon, is available for patients. By May 31, a total of 2,475 beds at NSCI, Mahalaxmi, Bandra, and Nesco will be made available. On Monday, the state reported 2436 positive cases, taking the state’s total case count to 52,667. BMC has maintained that 67% of the total fatalities were of people with co-morbidities. Senior officials monitoring the Covid outbreak in the state said that in most cases where people have died, they came to the hospital late. Out of the state’s 60 deaths on Monday, 38 were recorded in Mumbai, 11 in Pune, three in Navi Mumbai, two in Thane, two in Aurangabad, and one each in Solapur, Kalyan-Dombivali and Ratnagiri. A Bihar resident died of the infection in Mumbai. Out of the 60, 42 were men, and 27 aged over 60 years. The state said that out of the 60 deaths, 54 occurred in the last two days while six are from the last week. In Kalyan-Dombivli, four Covid-19 patients died in the last 24 hours while 36 new cases were reported, taking the total number of cases in the twin city to 804, and deaths to 22. In Ulhasnagar, 18 new cases and three deaths were reported, taking the totals to 209 cases and 9 deaths. On Monday, Badlapur witnessed a jump of 15 cases, taking the total to 173 in the region. 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2020-05-25Private hospitals empanelled under MPJAY to offer free treatment - Free Press Journal
Private hospitals empanelled under MPJAY to offer free treatmentBy Pramod ChunchuwarQuarantine facility set up at St Xavier's College, Mumbai.BL SoniAfter announcing free treatment for all COVID-19 patients in all government hospitals, the state government has now decided to offer free treatment to all COVID-19 patients in the private hospitals empanelled in Mahatma Phule Jan Aarogya Yojana (MPJAY).“Till now, 85 per cent of the population was covered under the MPJAY. Taking note of the pandemic, the state government has decided to extend benefits of this scheme to the remaining 15 per cent of the population. This benefit will be available till July 31 this year and a decision about its extension will be taken after the review,” Rajesh Tope, public health minister said.A government resolution having the signature of Dr Pradeep Vyas, principal secretary of the Public Health Department, was issued on Saturday.Those who are ineligible to take benefit of MPJAY and Prime Minister Jan Aarogya Yojaya (PMJAY) can avail benefits of treatment for COVID-19 under MPJAY scheme in the private hospitals empanelled under it,” state government said in its GR.“The beneficiaries can avail of 996 types of treatment under the MPJAY scheme, and 1,209 types of treatment under PMJAY. Currently, 85 per cent of the population can avail these benefits. Now, the remaining 15 per cent population can avail the benefits of 996 types of treatment in MPJAY empanelled hospitals at government approved rates,” the GR said. This means that 15 per cent of the population, which is ineligible for MPJAY, can now avail the benefits of treatment for 996 types of ailment at cheaper rates in private hospitals.“Apart from this, 120 out of the 134 treatments so far reserved to be done in government hospitals can be done in private hospitals empanelled under MPJAY with government approved rates,” the state government made it clear.To avail these benefits, the person will have to show his residence proof. “Ration cards or a certificate by tehsildar or a domicile certificate will be sufficient to prove that you are resident of Maharashtra. Along with this, a photo ID card that falls under the government approved category will be necessary. Keeping in mind the seriousness of COVID-19 and the urgency of treatment, the state has authorised the Chief Executive Officer of State Health Guarantee Society,” the GR stated. State government will also fund the expenditure by empanelled private hospitals on PPE kits and N-95 masks.Maharashtra governmentprivate hospitalsCOVID-19 pandemicMahatma Phule Jan Aarogya Yojanalockdown 4.0Recent StoriesChaos at Gurugram-Delhi border for second consecutive day; police check passes, IDs of commutersDonald Trump says US terminating relationship with WHO; takes steps against China COVID-19 delays pre-monsoon work in Navi Mumbai; NMMC pushes the deadline by a weekCoronavirus in Mumbai: Kin of patients barred from entering KEM HospitalRight of women to get sanitary pads at an affordable price: Plea in Bombay High Court 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
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2020-05-24COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar witnesses biggest single-day jump in numbers; two die in Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar witnesses biggest single-day jump in numbers; two die in BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar witnesses biggest single-day jump in numbers; two die in BadlapurBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 24, 2020, 21:03 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported its biggest one-day spike in the number of coronavirus cases on Sunday as 25 people came out to be positive in the city. Also, one person succumbed to the infection, and with this, the city's tally stands at 191 with six fatalities. The deceased has been identified as a 60-year-old resident of Maratha section, Ulhasnagar-4. Out of the 24 fresh cases, 13 have been identified as residents of Samrat Ashok Nagar, Ulhasnagar-3. They include two 9-year-olds, a 6-year-old and a 4-year-old among others. Five people have tested positive in Ambedkar Nagar, Ulhasnagar-3, which includes three men and two women. Two people have tested positive in Sant Dnyaneshwar Nagar, while one person each from Kurla Camp, C-Block, Shastri Nagar and near CHM College has been infected with the virus. On the other hand, Badlapur reported seven new COVID-19 cases on Sunday along with two deaths, taking the total number of positive patients in the city to 160 with seven deaths. Of the two dead, one patient was a 55-year-old man from Manohar Vikas, Hendrepada, while the other was an 88-year-old woman from Prabhukrupa bungalow, Katrap, informed the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC). A 49-year-old man from Aptewadi working in Govandi's Sayali Sahakari Bank has tested positive, while a 54-year-old man from Shanti Sagar Apartment, Manjarli who worked in a construction company in Mumbai has also contracted the virus. A 40-year-old man from MHADA Colony, Badlapur East has tested positive. He works as a security guard at Bhabha Hospital. Also, a 34-year-old cop has been infected by the virus. Besides, one person each from Katrap, Manjarli and Aptewadi has tested positive. Meanwhile, four people from Ambernath have tested positive for COVID-19 taking the total number of patients in the city to 62. So far, one person has died of coronavirus in the city while 18 people have been cured and discharged, as per the Ambernath Municipal Corporation. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesChocolate Cookie Flavoured nutrition for your growing child!NaturamoreBuy pack of 3 easy-to-breathe anti-virus masks only @295PriorityFrom Yoghurt-Rice and Spiced Onions To Sweet DumplingsIndiatimes Term Plan that covers 40 major illness-cancer,stroke & more^Max Life InsuranceSamsung Curd Maestro™ Refrigerator - Now make perfect curdSamsungYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career Times0% cholesterol, 0% preservatives, 0% additivesSunpureInsure, renew policies online - Bajaj Allianz Website & AppBajaj Allianz
2020-05-24Coronavirus in Thane: 309 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 5,387; death toll at 134 - India TV News
Coronavirus in Thane: 309 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 5,387; death toll at 134 Coronavirus in Thane: 309 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 5,387; death toll at 134 The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane rose to 5,387 after 309 more people tested positive for the disease in the Maharashtra district on Saturday, officials said. PTI New Delhi Published on: May 24, 2020 12:24 IST Image Source : PTI Coronavirus in Thane: 309 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 5,387; death toll at 134 The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane rose to 5,387 after 309 more people tested positive for the disease in the Maharashtra district on Saturday, officials said. The new patients included at least 12 children, in the age group of 1 to 12 years, the district administration said in a release. Among the new cases, 134 were reported from Thane city and 76 from Navi Mumbai township, it said. Besides, six more people succumbed to the disease, taking the district's death toll to 163, the release said. Out of the total cases, Thane municipal limits have so far reported 1,891 cases, Navi Mumbai-1,561, Kalyan- Dombivali-730, Mira Bhayander-489, Thane Rural-267, Ulhasnagar-156, Badlapur-153, Bhiwandi-82, and Ambernath-58. There was an increase of about 24 cases in Thane Rural, mostly from Sahapur area. The neighbouring Palghar district has till now recorded 530 COVID-19 cases and 20 deaths, a release from the district administration said. Thane Municipal Commissioner Vijay Singhal told reporters that the bed capacity for COVID-19 patients in the city will be increased to nearly 10,000 in a phased manner in the coming days. In Bhiwandi, the powerloom industry resumed from Saturday after over two months, following permission provided by the district administration. Thane Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde expressed concern over the rise in number of cases in Sahapur. During a review meeting on Saturday, he asked officials to keep their differences aside and have a single-point programme of how to contain the disease in Thane. BJP's Leader of Opposition in the state Legislative Council Pravin Darekar toured parts of Thane district on Saturday and inspected facilities at various hospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. He later told reporters that BJP's protest during the COVID-19 crisis was "not politically motivated", but it was against the present system of governance which has failed to contain spread of the disease. "We have written several letters to the state government and suggested various measures, but it has not taken note of them," he claimed. The state government did not provide good quality treatment to patients during the pandemic, he claimed, alleging that there was corruption in the system and he would raise the issue during next session of the Legislature. Darekar said the Maharashtra government was providing free transportation facilities to outsiders/migrant labourers, then why the same should not be extended to "sons of the soil" to travel from one district to another in the state. Meanwhile, NCP corporator from Thane Pramila Keni asked the civic officials to facilitate availability of more number of ambulances in Thane to cater to the needs of coronavirus patients. 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2020-05-24Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 24 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 24By FPJ Web DeskRepresentative Image Photo Credit: AFPPune Municipal Corporation Mayor Murlidhar Mohol on Saturday evening said that 205 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in Pune and the total COVID-19 cases in the city are 4,603. 7 deaths took place due to coornavirus in the day and the total death toll is now 248.He added that 1,723 tests were conducted in the day and the total tests conducted are 40,493.Here is a list of new micro-containment zones in Pune:1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898)2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Dandekar pool vashat Final Plot no 1A, 2A, 2B, 28, 585, 587, 587 Aambil stream colony area5. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi area6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth.7. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala RoadAlso ReadFire breaks out at a chemical factory in Pune's Kurkumbh MIDC area8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar area16. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashat17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahat19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 658Also ReadAmid lockdown, Indian Red Cross society distributes Vitamin D3 among needy senior citizens in Pune 20. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir.21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 B22. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area26. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc.28. Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti Premises30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao area31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF Premises33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areasAlso Read43-year-old cop dies of COVID-19 in Pune 34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15B37. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid Premises38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 1841. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar areaAlso ReadAre shops open in Pune? Check out PMC's new guidelines for jewellery, stationery, footwear, clothing and other shops42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canal44. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67)47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 Shivajinagar48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 5950. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi Area51. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plaza52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus in Pune: Full list of COVID Care Centres and Private Hospital Dedicated COVID Centres in the city 57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir Premises59. Hadapsar, Adarsh ​​Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side PremisesAlso ReadFPJ Fast Facts: Online liquor delivery allowed in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Pune - how to get an online permit from Maha Excise Department Meanwhile, in Pimpri Chinchwad 37 fresh cases rose on Saturday and the total positive cases are 311.Here is a list of containment zones in the twin-city:1. Kharalwadi2. Shivneri Colony, Pimple Gurav3. Rupeenagar4. Vijaynagar, Dighi5. Madhuban Society, Old Sanghvi6. Indiranagar, Chinchwad7. Sathenagar, Charholi8. Shubhashree RH Society, Pimple Saudagar9. Banakarvasti, Moshi10. Bajaj School Area, Sambhajinagar11. New Angels School, Talwade12. Woodsville, Moshi13. Kalewadi14. Mohan Nagar15. TamhanewastiAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Uddhav urges people not to panic amid 'sharp rise in cases'16. Tapkir Chowk, Charholi17. Nikamvasti, Charholi18. Landgenagar19. Kaspatewasti, Wakad20. Dattanagar, Thergaon21. Guruvihar Society, Bhosari22. Hutatma Chowk, Bhosari23. Chatrapati Chowk, Rahatni24. Anand Nagar, Chinchwad Station25. Chakrapani vashat, Bhosari26. Pawna Nagar, Old Sanghvi27. Shubhashree CHS, Akurdi28. Vikas Nagar, Kiwale29. Tambe school, Rahatni30. Phugewadi31. Sai Paradise, Pimple Saudagar32. Panchadurg, Rupeenagar33. Kawade Nagar, Pimple Gurav34. Umbrella Garden, Sambhajinagar35. Amrutdhara, Dighi36. Morevasti37. Bhatnagar38. Gyn Aangan Society, Rahatni39. Hanuman Colony, Bhosari40. Kshitij Destination, Bhosari41. Alankapuram Road, Bhosari42. Sadhguru colony, wakad43. 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2020-05-23Covid-19: Epidemic reaching its peak, next few weeks key, says expert - Times of India
Covid-19: Epidemic reaching its peak, next few weeks key, says expertTop Searches:Top Searches :Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsLiquor Delivery in MumbaiMaharashtra Coronavirus Helpline NumberMaharashtra Corona CasesCovid-19: Epidemic reaching its peak, next few weeks key, says expertSL Shanth Kumar | TNN | May 23, 2020, 10:33 ISTMigrants workers wait in queue to board a bus to the railway station at DharaviMUMBAI: Friday’s Covid-19 case tally in the city (1,751) took the total so far to 27,251. The Friday figure included 276 cases whose testing was done on May 17 but results added to the ICMR website now. In the city, the case fatality rate was at 3.33%. Of the 27 dead, 22 patients had co-morbidities. The BMC daily update said 18 of the victims were men and nine women. Health minister Rajesh Tope said numbers were rising as a large number of cases were coming from some densely-populated areas in the state, especially Mumbai, for which strict implementation of containment zone norms was required. “For every 10 lakh population, Maharashtra has 332 cases and 11 deaths. Most of these deaths were of people with other co-morbidities, but we want to reduce that too,” Tope said. Only one of the city’s 27 victims on Friday was under 40 years of age, 13 were between 40 and 60 years old and 13 were over 60 years old. The BMC update said a live dashboard for availability of beds is also functional to handle patient transfers. In an indication that the Covid outbreak is heading towards a peak, the number of sealed buildings increased from 1,767 earlier this week to 2,275. Dr Shashank Joshi, a member of the state task force on Covid-19, said, “It is most likely that the Covid epidemic is reaching its peak in the city, making the next few weeks very critical. We have to ensure the lockdown is successful so that the epidemic is flattened before monsoons set in.” In a Facebook post, principal secretary Manisha Mhasikar, on deputation to BMC, wrote, “The doubling rate of the virus which forms the basis of all projections, assessments & evaluations continues to stay improved @ 13 days.” There were 12,689 cases on May 9, and there are 25,317 cases on May 21, indicating a doubling rate of 13 days. The city’s hotspot Dharavi reported one death and 53 new cases. Thane and Kalyan-Dombivli registered their highest single-day count of 197 and 57 cases . In Kalyan, 7 children below 10 years of age were among the new cases. Navi Mumbai region saw 65 cases and 2 deaths. Nine deaths were reported in Pune, 8 in Jalgaon, 5 in Solapur, 3 each in Vasai-Virar and Aurangabad, 2 from Satara and 1 each from Malegaon, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Panvel and Nagpur. 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2020-05-23Maha takes control of 80% pvt hospital beds as rising covid19 cases built pressure - The Asian Age
Maha takes control of 80% pvt hospital beds as rising covid19 cases built pressure AGE CORRESPONDENT Published : May 23, 2020, 11:48 am IST Updated : May 23, 2020, 11:48 am IST Maharashtra sets new record with 2,940 Covid-19 cases on Friday  Government has decided to take control of 80 per cent of all private hospital beds in the state till August 31. (PTI Photo) Mumbai: As the number of positive coronavirus cases is setting a new record daily in Maharashtra, the government has decided to take control of 80 per cent of all private hospital beds in the state till August 31 and also capped the cost of 270 procedures and surgeries, including cancer treatments. The state on Friday reported 2,940 new coronavirus patients, highest single-day spike till date. Following complaints of exorbitant fees charged by private hospitals for treatments, the government issued orders on Thursday night stating the decision of capping treatment charges. It also said that the fee regulation decision applies to both isolation and non-isolation beds in private and charitable hospitals. Non-government health care providers in Maharashtra have been asked to accommodate a maximum number of patients with 80 per cent of the operational bed capacity to be regulated by rates sanctioned by the government. According to the government notification, healthcare providers may charge their own rates to the remaining 20 per cent beds. There will be no difference in quality of treatment in 80 per cent and 20 per cent categories, it said For Covid-19 patients, there will be three rate slabs on a per day basis — `4,000, `7,500 and `9,000 — based on the category of wards they have been admitted in. For non-Covid patients, hospitals which have agreements with insurance companies will follow the rate of lowest slab irrespective of the category of beds occupied by the patient. If there is no agreement between the two sides, hospitals will follow slab-wise rates depending on beds in hospitals. Meanwhile, with 2,940 new Covid-19 cases, the state tally is now 44,582 and 63 patients have succumbed to the deadly disease, taking the death toll due to the pandemic in the state to 1,517. This was the sixth consecutive day when the state reported more than 2,000 new coronavirus cases, a state official said. On Thursday, Maharashtra reported 2,345 positive cases with 64 fatalities. These numbers have built a pressure on the government and it has forced the state to take unprecedented steps. Out of 63 deaths on Friday, 27 were reported from Mumbai, nine from Pune, eight from Jalgaon, five from Solapur, three from Vasai-Virar, three from Aurangabad city, two from Satara and one each from Malegaon, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Panvel, Nagpur. In the overall figures so far, Mumbai alone accounts for 27,251 cases and 909 deaths. There are 1,949 containment zones in the state. 4,69,276 people are in home quarantine and 28,430 in institutional quarantine. end-of
2020-05-23School sends co-curricular teachers on unpaid leave - Mumbai Mirror
School sends co-curricular teachers on unpaid leaveYou are in an offline modeSchool sends co-curricular teachers on unpaid leaveBy Rahi Gaikwad and Raju ShelarRahi Gaikwad and Raju Shelar, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: May 23, 2020, 06:00 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareTeachers said the school left them in the lurch with this abrupt moveThe Narayana e-Techno group of schools has sent teachers of co-curricular activities, administrative staff and contractual blue-collar staff on unpaid leave from May 1. The group, that runs eight branches in Mumbai and Thane, has cited lack of work-from-home options for them. Teachers have objected, saying the school has no reason to cut staff when it is collecting full fee. While teachers said nearly 30 staff members per branch have been asked to go on unpaid leave, the school contended that the count was about 12 per branch and even as low as three in a couple of branches. The staff includes teachers of art, music, physical education, yoga, boxing and such allied disciplines. The group runs schools in Andheri, Borivali, Bhayandar, Nalasopara, Thane, Dombivli, Kalyan and Ulhasnagar. School spokesperson Syed Khan confirmed that those who cannot take online classes or work from home have been asked to take leave for one or two months. He said, “They can rejoin when the schools reopen and the situation is back to normal.” Teachers said the school left them in the lurch with this abrupt move. One of them said, “The principal called me on May 1 and just told me to go on unpaid leave. Nothing was put in black and white and there was no assurance of taking me back.” Those who have been retained by the group have faced salary cuts ranging between 20 and 50 per cent. They said the school also made many of them call parents to ask for fees. “That is not our job,” remarked a teacher. “Parents are also facing a tough time and we can’t make harsh demand. When we raise any objection, the school’s response is that we are free to leave,” the teacher said. Another teacher argued that the school has not reduced its fees. “If not now, the parents are going to pay at some point. The school could have reduced our salaries and reimbursed us when pending fee amounts come in,” the teacher said, adding that it’s impossible for them to find new jobs during the lockdown. The Narayana group refuted the argument. Khan said, “As a private school, we depend purely on fees, which is pending from a section of parents even from the 2019-20 academic year. We are not even sure if they are going to pay.” He said the group cannot predict when the schools will reopen and that it is managing in a way that at least 95 per cent of the staff should not be affected. He said, “We have not been getting fee amounts from the month of March. A few parents are paying voluntarily, but 70 per cent haven’t paid at all. We cannot force anyone to pay at this time. The management needs resources to pay salaries. They can bear the expense only to a certain extent.” As for the conservancy workers, the school said their work was outsourced to contractors and they were not counted as school staff. RELATED NEWSAll Mira-Bhayandar shops shut for 4 daysApr 20, 2020Nalasopara cancer patient gets medicines with help of volunteersApr 07, 2020Flights hit, 4 airlines ask staff to go on unpaid leaveMar 04, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradEverything You Need To Know About Your Insurance PlansIndiatimes You never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day Posts100% Natural with 0% preservatives, Get 10% OFF on Snacks!Healthy MasterI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTOChocolate Cookie Flavoured nutrition for your growing child!NaturamoreBuy Farm land without any hassle of maintenance @HosachiguruHosachiguru7 Ways To Quench Your Wanderlust While Stuck At HomeMensxp
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2020-05-22In Its Highest One-day Spike Till Date, Maharashtra Records 63 Deaths, Close to 3,000 New Cases - News18
In Its Highest One-day Spike Till Date, Maharashtra Records 63 Deaths, Close to 3,000 New Cases A woman in a protective suit inside a hospital constructed to treat coronavirus patients in Mumbai. (Reuters) With 63 COVID-19 patients dying, 27 of them in Mumbai, the death toll due to the pandemic in the state reached 1,517. News18.com New Delhi Last Updated: May 22, 2020, 11:27 PM IST Share this: Maharashtra recorded 2,940 new coronavirus patients on Friday, the highest one-day spike so far, taking the overall tally in the state to 44,582, said health officials. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said 1,751 new cases were found in the state capital Mumbai. With 63 COVID-19 patients dying, 27 of them in Mumbai, the death toll due to the pandemic in the state reached 1,517. On the other hand, 857 patients recovered and were sent home, taking the total number of persons discharged from hospitals to 12,583, said officials. Of the 63 deaths, 27 were reported from Mumbai, nine from Pune, eight from Jalgaon, five from Solapur, three from Vasai-Virar, three from Aurangabad, two from Satara and one each from Malegaon, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Panvel and Nagpur. In the overall figures so far, Mumbai alone accounts for 27,251 cases and 909 deaths. Its death toll and the number of new cases on Friday was the city's highest till date -- earlier the highest one-day surge was recorded on May 17 when 1,571 new patients were found in the city. The worst-hit Mumbai Metropolitan Region, which comprises Mumbai and its surrounding satellite towns, has reported 34,107 positive cases and 1,027 deaths so far. There are 1,949 containment zones in the state. 4,69,276 people are in home quarantine and 28,430 in institutional quarantine. (With inputs from PTI) https://pubstack.nw18.com/pubsync/fallback/api/videos/recommended?source=n18english&channels=5d95e6c378c2f2492e2148a2&categories=5d95e6d7340a9e4981b2e10a&query=In,Its,Highest,One-day,Spike,Till,Date,,Maharashtra,Records,63,Deaths,,Close,to,3,000,New,Cases,coronavirus,Coronavirus,cases,&publish_min=2020-05-21T23:40:15.000Z&publish_max=2020-05-23T23:40:15.000Z&sort_by=date-relevance&order_by=0&limit=2 Support the daily wage earners who have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to contribute to the cause. #IndiaGives The daily News18 Coronavirus COVID-19 newsletter - Get your copy here. Subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube Share this:
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2020-05-22Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones issued by Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) as of May 22 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones issued by Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) as of May 22By FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: ANIDespite a 60-day-long lockdown, COVID-19 cases continued to rise unabated in Maharashtra. The state recorded as many as 2,345 new coronavirus cases, taking the tally in the state to 41,642. With 64 fatalities due to the pandemic reported during the day, 41 of them in the worst-hit city of Mumbai, the death toll in the state rose to 1,454.The twin cities of Kalyan-Dombivli saw the highest jump in Covid-19 cases in 24 hours with 48 new cases reported on Thursday. This took the death toll to 17 and total number of positive cases to 642.Also ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe released by NMMC as of May 22Here is a list of containment zones in Kalyan and Dombivli: 1. Zojwala Complex, c wing, Chakkinaka, Kalyan (E), Near Metro Mall, Metro Residency, Kalyan (E) 2. Tisai darshan bld,Kalyan (E), Santosh Darshan, Kalyan East, mansorovar sadgurukurpa sankul 3. Mansasarovar lokdhara, kalyan (E) 4. Sai, Vinayak Mahal, VijaY Nagar, Kalyan East,heera tower,Kalyan East 5. Hanuman nagar, Patripool, near radha krishan mandir, kalyan (E) 6. Ganesh chawl, katemanivili , Bhgwan nagar kalyan (E) 7. Mahalaxmi Shopping Centre Kalyan East 8. Om Parijat Society 9. New Shanti Sadan , Tisgaonpada 10. Parnakuti Chawl Saibaba Nagar 11. Tisaikunj, Santosh Nagar 12. Mhatre Nagar,Sainathwadi Dom East 13. Ayregaon Hanuman Mandir 14. Rajaram Complex Garibacha Wada 15. Nilkanthdhara,phase2 bwing Raju Nagar ,Dombivali West 16. Vandana smruti girija mata mandir old dombivili (w) 17. Ganga Niwas, Velankar School, Jayhind Colony Dombivili (w) 18. Gurudeep Bld, App. Swastik Tower, Devicha Pada Dombivili (W) 19. Sai darshan bld,Kumbharkhanpada dombivili (w) 20. swarupanand co opp,.hou soc,gupte road, dombivili (W) 21. Om sai deep chawl, Mothgaon Retibander road, dombivli (w) 22. Shivganga Bld, Navapada Kanoji Jethe Nagar Dom West 23. Shivdarshan Navagaon Anand Nagar Dombivali West 24. Shevantidham 201,Bedekar Galli Thakurwadi Dombivali West Wd 54 25. Om Gangeshwar,Sai Health Care, Hospital Dombivali West jayhind Colony ward 57 26. Tridev Society, Anand Nagar wd 55 27. Bhavesh bhoirs own house, gavdevi mandir,Gavdevi Road Near Railway Track Dom West 28. Jaiganesh Soc, Telkoswadi, Dombivili (W),,Urvashi bld, Near Kidland School, Telkoswadi, old 29. vishal park rd from charubama school smashan bhoomi kopargaon 30. Nav sanjay society -prasad bar karve rd,to ganpati sadan dombivali west 31. Shruti Park B-wing room no. 403 deslepada,Mangalmuti apt Near Mayuresh Mandir Deslepada 32. Oshan heights, near Vidya Niketan,school,manpada,Vaze bhaga Bld, Manpada Dombivali East 33. Jimkhana Rd, Behind surya Hospital,Mahallaxmi Apt Mahesh Patil Nagarsevak banglow 34. Swapnpurti Chawl, Nandivili, Kalyan (E)OM Sai park d wing, SAI Vishw nagar nadivili kalyan (E)Nandivali,Dhanshree chawl, room no.305 nandivili , kalyan 35. Aryan Apartment, 2nd floor Malang Road Kalyan East 50-50 dhaba,Balaji Colony , Room no.4, chawl no.11, kalyan ,Riddhi siddhi Pisavali 36. Pandurang Aprt ,Matoshree School Dom ,Sakar apartment ajadegaon Domb, apartment , Rudra Apartment Room No. 504 Ajadegaon Dom 37. mayureshwar bld,VIGNESWAR DARSAN BLDG,,STAR COLONY ganesh mandir DOMBIVALI EAST,sagaon 38. Shankeshwar plus hos soc near mangeshi city kolvili , 2) kalyan (w), Shankeshwar Platinum, Kolivili 39. Chandra bhaga bld, adharwadi Kolvali road, kalyan (W) 40. Devashish Bld.Durgadi chowk, kalyan (w) 41. Shree complex,BLD . Sai dham near don bosco school kalyan (w) 42. Samruddhi apartment, Juna dudh naka kalyan (w) 43. annpurna nagar, behind apurva lake view adharwadi , kalyan (w) 44. Jay Sairam Bld no.6 Chanakya Nagar ,Umbarde Kalyan West 45. Moulavi Compound, Ijaj Bld, Retibandar Rd, Govindwadi Kalyan West 46. Ashfak Don,Kalyan West 47. Madhav Sankalp, Kashish Park Kalyan west 48. Godrej Park Near KD Hotel,Barave Road Kalyan W 49. Yogidham Safire,kalyan West 50. Cypress Bld.Vasant Valley Khadakpada Kalyan west 51. Vishal Mathura Bld opp sandip Hotel 52. Lodha Garden, Gandhare Rd 53. Vrundavan Park, Gauripada,Kalyan West 54. Mangeshi Shrushti,Phase-I,II Kalyan West 55. Shankeshwar krupa ,Kokan ratna Hotel Kalyan West 56. Gokul Varsha Bld,near gajanan Hospital Kalyan West 57. Yash Parvati Niketan ,Jay Bholenath Temple, Ramdaswadi Kalyan West 58. Mahavir Hts Gokul Nagari Khadakpada Kalyan West 59. Megha Silvaraj Holy cross School, karnik Rd.Kalyan West 60. Lord Sumatinath, Tarangan Ashwini Bld Vayle Nagar Kalyan West 61. Balaji Residency,Katemanivili Naka, Kalyan ,shivaji colony , Shreeram Nivas, kalyan 62. Saket tower ,Salwe bld , Near Mhsoba chowk, Karpewadi, Kolsewadi kalyan East,Karpewadi 63. Trimurti colony,Behind Laxmipuram bld, Vitthalwadi, kalyan(E) 64. Sai Krupa Bld. A-wing Ganeshwadi 65. Om Sai Apartment ,F-Cabin Road,Vithalmandir 66. Ganga vihar Colony,Neharu Nagar Vithalwadi 67. Nav Vaishali Apartment Durga Mata Mandir Rd 68. Sunil nagar prabhat tower, Dombivili (E) 69. Raghuveer Nagar(Sangita wadi), shiv sadan Bld. Leva Bhawan Dom East 70. Pandurang wadi (Sangita wadi) 71. Pendse nagar, moti sadan society 72. Ravikiran bld, kanchangao, khambalpada, Thakuli dombivali east 73. Chamunda garden (kumbharkhanpada) 74. Khambalpada villge 75. Saibalaji sankul, atali road, ambivili,Hari Niwas Chawl, Near Gavdevi Mandir behind Shivsena Office,Atali 76. Vaibhav Sadan, Yadav Nagar Road, Mohane Ambivali East 77. Shankar Maharaj chawl, Shivaji Nagar Atali Ambivali (W) 78. Mourya Colony R.No. 4 Chawl No. 2 Titwala West,Sai Darshan Chawl R.No.6 Panchwati Titwala West 79. Siddhivinayak Chawl no.4 R.No. 6 Shivsena Shakha Titwal East 80. Regency Sarvam Bld.Titwala East 81. Hariom Valley Titwala East 82. Charms pak ganeshwadi, rukhmini gardan , near mahaganpati hospital, titwala (E) 83. NRC Colony Ambivali East 84. Mangeshi dham soc, Tanaji nagar, Near Mangesh Gaikar Bunglow Highway road, kalyan (w) 85. Premakrupa Society, Oak Baug Near kalyan Railway Station 86. sushant bld, near joker talkies rm no. 20 kalyan west 87. Ashok Nagar, Waldhuni , Kalyan (W),adarsh colony bld 988 railway quarter ashok nagar waldhuni kalyan west (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)maharashtrakalyanDombivliKDMCKalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporationcontainment zonesRecent StoriesSenior trade union leader and Jitendra Awhad's father-in-law Dada Samant hangs himself in Mumbai's DahisarYogendra Yadav, Ram Guha and others say citizens' resources should be treated as govt resources; infuriates TwitterNo time for showmanship, Opposition wants PM to consult them: Sharad PawarResolve issue of final year exams: Maha Guv Bhagat Singh Koshyari asks CM Uddhav Thackeray Spirit of federalism forgotten, govt has abandoned any pretence of being democratic: Sonia Gandhi 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
2020-05-22Lockdown cannot be used to harass senior citizens, says HC while ordering son to vacate father's house - Free Press Journal
Lockdown cannot be used to harass senior citizens, says HC while ordering son to vacate father's houseBy Narsi BenwalPhoto by Michael Nagle/XinhuaLockdown cannot be used as a pretext for harassing a senior citizen, said the Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court while ordering a man to vacate the house of his octogenarian father. The HC has ordered the man to either shift to his own house or rent one at the earliest.A bench of Justice Vijay Achliya was dealing with a plea filed by a Rahul Jadhav (changed name) challenging the orders of a Tahsildar, who had ordered him to vacate his father's house. The Tahsildar had passed the order while allowing the complaint filed by the father under the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007.The father (86) stated in his complaint that he suffering from various ailments and his son Rahul and daughter-in-lawhad made his life so miserable that he was left with no other option except to approach the competent authority for seeking his son's eviction. He further claimed that if Rahul continues to live in his house, it would adversely affect his health and life.On the other hand, Rahul, in his plea claimed that he was willing to challenge the Tahsildar's eviction orders passed against him on March 3. However, he could not file an appeal before the appellate court owing to the lockdown.Having considered the contentions, Justice Achliya said, "I am not inclined to entertain the petition for the sole reason that is the impugned order was passed on March 3, while the lockdown was declared much later. I believe that Rahul had a period of more than 20 days to file appeal.""Filing of such petition under the pretext that due to lock-down the appeal could not be filed is nothing but an attempt to any-how continue to occupy his father's house," the judge noted.The bench then noted that Rahul had purchased a house near Bhusawal and was likely to get its possession within two months."In that view, Rahul is having his own house and can shift to his house. For any reason the possession of house even if delayed, he can still make alternatearrangement. He can secure the premises on rent," Justice Achliya said."On the pretext of lockdown, the old father can not be made to suffer at thehands of Rahul. I am, therefore, inclined to dismiss the petition," Justice Achliya ruled. (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)Bombay high courtAurangabad benchsenior citizensCOVID-19lockdown 4.0Recent StoriesSenior trade union leader and Jitendra Awhad's father-in-law Dada Samant hangs himself in Mumbai's DahisarYogendra Yadav, Ram Guha and others say citizens' resources should be treated as govt resources; infuriates TwitterNo time for showmanship, Opposition wants PM to consult them: Sharad PawarResolve issue of final year exams: Maha Guv Bhagat Singh Koshyari asks CM Uddhav Thackeray Spirit of federalism forgotten, govt has abandoned any pretence of being democratic: Sonia Gandhi 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
2020-05-22Maharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise to 44,582, Mumbai's count crosses 27,000-mark - Pune Mirror
Maharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise to 44,582, Mumbai's count crosses 27,000-markMaharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise to 44,582, Mumbai's count crosses 27,000-markMirror Online | Updated: May 22, 2020, 22:02 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareHealth check-up conducted in Dharavi. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar / BCCLMaharashtra reported the highest spike of 2,940 COVID-19 new cases on Friday. Sixty-three people succumbed to the virus today in the state. With this, the state has recorded 44,582 cases and 1,517 deaths so far. A total of 1,751 new cases were reported in Mumbai today, taking its overall count to 27,068. Twenty-seven people succumbed to the infection in Mumbai today. Out of 27 deaths, 22 patients had co-morbidities. Among them, 18 patients were men and nine were women. One death was below 40 years and 13 deaths were above 60 years and 13 were between 40 to 60 years. Mumbai alone has reported 909 deaths so far. Latest Updates: Tackling the outbreak The slum-clusters of Dharavi alone reported 53 new cases today, taking the total number of patients to 1,478. Also 857 patients have been cured and discharged today, and overall 12,583 patients have been cured and discharged from the hospitals in the state. There are 30,474 active cases in the state and 3,32,777 people have been tested so far. Untitled Carousel Dharavi reports 53 new COVID-19 cases; tally climbs up by to 1,478Mumbai: Dharavi reported 53 new coronavirus positive cases on Friday, taking the figures to 1,478. An eighty-five-year-old woman succumbed to the infection in the Matunga labour camp. An eighty-five-year-old woman succumbed to the infection in the Matunga labour camp. Also, nine deaths were reported in Pune, eight in Jalgaon and five in Solapur while Vasai-Virar and Aurangabad districts reported three deaths each. Two deaths were reported in Satara. One death each was reported in Malegaon, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Panvel and Nagpur. Untitled Carousel Home delivery of liquor allowed in Mumbai, shops can use E-Commerce platformsThe Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to allow home delivery of liquor in the city as the counter purchase of alcohol won't be possible since Mumbai continues to be a Red Zone for the spread of COVID-19 virus. RELATED NEWSMaharashtra, Kerala Health Ministers discuss strategies to fight COVI...May 18, 2020Maharashtra, Mumbai touch new records of Covid-19 patients, deathsMay 13, 2020Devendra Fadnavis: Maharashtra government 'suppressing' enormity of C...Apr 26, 2020 7 Ideas For Adventure Junkies Stuck At Home In LockdownMensxpMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeDell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaSamsung Curd Maestro™ Refrigerator - Now make perfect curdSamsungEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj AllianzPGD in Machine Learning & AIupGrad +ve woman’s family claims PMC testing is elusivePune Mirror10 deaths, 193 cases reported in districtPune MirrorMaharashtra Drohi BJP vs Maharashtra BachaoPune Mirror This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times0% cholesterol, 0% preservatives, 0% additivesSunpureIncome is above 10 Lac? Get 1 Cr Term Insurance @₹490/month*PolicybazaarOwn a Star with a click and unlock special offers for you.The Mercedes-Benz GLCFeed the migrant labourers. Donate a food kit @ Rs. 500/-Donatekart.comSurvey: Work From Home Increases Productivity and InnovationIndiatimes BJP protests state response to coronavirusPune MirrorDomestic flights routes divided to control faresPune MirrorQuarantine of 14 days for all those entering districtPune Mirror
2020-05-22Retired officer helps government to counter money crunch - Free Press Journal
Retired officer helps government to counter money crunchBy Pramod Chunchuwar BL Soni A retired officer of the Maharashtra government has suggested a way to counter the crunch of money faced by it. The officer has claimed that the state government can get back at least Rs 1 lakh crore if his suggestions are followed. Taking cognisance of his suggestion, the state government too, has asked all the departments to surrender their unspent funds to it by May 31.Rajaram Dinde retired as a sports officer last year. In his 29 years tenure, he worked in various parts of the state. Based on his experience and observations of the functioning of the government, he suggested tips to get money.“The state government should direct all the heads of departments to submit the statement of unspent money by them in the last 25 to 30 years. There will be at least Rs 1 lakh crore lying in various bank accounts of these departments,” Rajaram Dinde, said. The retired sports officer wrote a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on May 1. “In the Sports Directorate alone, Rs 1,000 crore is lying idle for the last 30 years. An average Rs Rs 5 crore to Rs 25 crore fund is parked in the Personal Ledger Account and District Multi Game Bank Accounts of District Sports Officers in the state. If the state government reviews unspent and idle funds lying in various bank accounts of 35 district sports officers and eight deputy directors, the state government will certainly get back a minimum Rs 1,000 crore from them,” he stated in his letter. The Chief Minister Office replied to his tweet on the same day. It was then mentioned in the Government Resolution issued on May 4 by Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta.“A large amount of funds is lying idle in various departments and offices working under them. All these funds should be surrendered back to the state government. Unless you surrender such funds, your bills will not be sanctioned. If any officer fails to surrender the amount to the state government, a departmental inquiry will be initiated against him,” Chief Secretary Mehta said in his order.“Till 2006, the money sent by the state government used to remain with the District Treasury Office. The departments will have to pursue them and bribe them to get this fund. In 2006, the state government started to transfer the fund directly into the account of the department head at district and division level. The district level officers, while distributing funds of personal benefits or benefits payable to various groups, organisations and industries, used to draw a Demand Draft (DD) in the name of the beneficiary person or organisation. For this, the required amount for the DD used to get transferred to the bank issuing the DD. Many times , these DD were not actually given to the beneficiaries by the officers for various reasons. The main reason was that officers expected bribes that the beneficiaries could not refuse to pay. Thousands of such DDs are lying in various offices and banks across the state, which have all been forgotten now. When I was a sports officer in Jalna, I found DDs amounting to Rs 88 lakh were lying idle for decades,” he added.Rs 5,000 crore identified in pastAround 2011, the then Finance Secretary Vidyadhar Kanade, while reviewing the expenditure of government funds related to various construction work, found that money sent by the state government was not spent.“He then directed all the departments to surrender the unspent find related to construction work. Around Rs 5,000 crores fund meant for construction was then found lying idle in various department’s bank accounts,” a senior officer, who was part of this process, told FPJ. (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)Maharashtra governmentfinancial crisisCOVID-19lockdown 4.0Recent StoriesSenior trade union leader and Jitendra Awhad's father-in-law Dada Samant hangs himself in Mumbai's DahisarYogendra Yadav, Ram Guha and others say citizens' resources should be treated as govt resources; infuriates TwitterNo time for showmanship, Opposition wants PM to consult them: Sharad PawarResolve issue of final year exams: Maha Guv Bhagat Singh Koshyari asks CM Uddhav Thackeray Spirit of federalism forgotten, govt has abandoned any pretence of being democratic: Sonia Gandhi 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
2020-05-22With 1,751 fresh cases, Mumbai's Covid-19 count breaches 27,000-mark - Livemint
With 1,751 fresh cases, Mumbai's Covid-19 count breaches 27,000-mark (File photo) Children wait to receive food distributed in a slum during a lockdown (AP) With 1,751 fresh cases, Mumbai's Covid-19 count breaches 27,000-mark 1 min read . Updated: 22 May 2020, 08:34 PM IST Kalpana Pathak The death toll in the city rose to 909 with 27 new deaths reported in 24 hoursMaharashtra's Covid-19 case count increased to 44,582 after 2,940 new cases emerged in 24 hours Share Via Read Full Story Topics MumbaiCoronavirus Mumbai: Maharashtra on Friday reported 2,940 new covid-19 cases, taking the state's tally of coronavirus positive cases to 44582. Of these Mumbai alone reported 27,251, an increase of 1751 cases in 24 hours. Death toll stood at 909 with 27 new deaths reported in 24 hours. In the state, death toll of covid-19 patients has now gone up to 1517. On Friday, 63 covid-19 infected patients died in the state. Of these, 27 were recorded in Mumbai, nine in Pune, eight in Jalgaon, five in Solapur, three each in Vasai-Virar and Aurangabad city, two in Satara and one each in Malegaon, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Panvel and Nagpur city. Of the 64 deaths, 37 were men and 26 women. 28 of them aged over 60 years, 31 were from the age group 40 to 59 years and four were aged less than 40 years. 73% of these patients had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertention, heart disease etc. As per the guidance from Government of India, cluster containment action plan is being implemented in places where clusters of patients have been found in the state. There are 1949 active containment zones in the state currently. A total of 12583 patients have been discharged till date after full recovery. Currently, 4,69,275 people are in home quarantine and 28430 people are in institutional quarantine. Subscribe to newsletters * Enter a valid email * Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Share Via Click here to read the Mint ePaper Livemint.com is now on Telegram. Join Livemint channel in your Telegram and stay updated Topics MumbaiCoronavirus 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
2020-05-22Neighbouring cities deny entry to locals employed in Mumbai - Pineville
Neighbouring cities deny entry to locals employed in Mumbai Neighbouring cities deny entry to locals employed in Mumbai Carly Stevenson | May 22, 2020 | Breaking: Trump Encourages All Prostitutes and Strippers to Donate Covid-19 Plasma Mumbai: Mumbai, the city with the highest number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra, is facing stigmatisation due to the fear factor over the dreaded virus. The neighbouring cities have issued prohibitory orders to their local residents, who work for essential services in Mumbai, denying them entry in their jurisdiction. The civic bodies of Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Kulgaon-Badlapur – the satellite cities of the metropolis – have issued orders prohibiting the movement of local residents working in Mumbai from May 8. However, following the furore, the municipal corporations of Kalyan-Dombivali and Ulhasnagar have put their orders on hold. The municipal councils of Ambernath and Kulgaon-Badlapur are also expected to follow suit, said local MP Shrikant Shinde from the Shiv Sena. He said, “The concept behind these prohibitory orders was to curb the spread of coronavirus. There are a large number of people who visit Mumbai for work. We are trying to arrange their accommodation near their establishments. Talks are on with the BMC chief on this issue. Though they will not be forced, even if 50 per cent of these people decide to stay in Mumbai during the lockdown period, it will be a great help in containing the pandemic.” The Kalyan-Dombivali municipal commissioner Vijay Suryavanshi had appealed to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and other establishments to arrange for the stay of their local residents, who travel to Mumbai. The Ambernath and Badlapur municipal councils too had said that the accommodation arrangement for people going to Mumbai for work will be made by the BMC. The civic bodies of all the four cities had asked all such employees to register their names online. According to the civic officials of these cities, the Covid-19 cases in these areas are on rise due to the infections coming from the BMC limits. The family members of these employees are also found to be infected with coronavirus. Hence, the decision to deny entry to these people was taken to ensure the safety of their family and neighbourhood. A BMC staffer said, “Though we are risking our lives by daily going to Mumbai, it’s a part of our duty. We are scared of infection, but staying away from the family will also be difficult.” Social activist Anil Galgali said that the decision to deny entry to those, who travel to Mumbai, has created confusion in the minds of government employees, who are fighting tirelessly against the virus. The government should act promptly on this, he added Tweet Add Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Breaking: Trump Encourages All Prostitutes and Strippers to Donate Covid-19 Plasma Trump Claims Corona Virus Initiated in Hyderabad, India Not in Wuhan, China Latest Articles Elon Musk founded company to send veteran … June 16, 2020 0 Beijing resumes flights to hard-hit Hubei June 16, 2020 0 Beijing to resume in-school classes for primary … June 16, 2020 0 China‘s public transit systems need to introduce … June 16, 2020 0 Two sessions ‘on cloud‘ broadens communication channels June 16, 2020 0 Copyright © 2020 Pineville Voice  About Us Contact Us Home Privacy Policy
2020-05-22Now, Swiggy & Zomato to deliver liquor at doorstep - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Friday, May 22, 2020, 6:00 AM IST Will Swiggy, Zomato deliver alcohol in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune? Here's what we knowBy Sanjay Jog Maharashtra government mopped up Rs 300-crore plus excise duty since May 4Representational ImageFile Image Liquor shopkeepers have roped in Swiggy and Zomato and a couple of other on-demand delivery platforms in Maharashtra, excluding Mumbai, where the civic body has not issued any permission for its sale at the counter or home delivery. Of the 10, 791 license holders across the state, 6,027 have started liquor sales on counters and offer home delivery.The government, from May 4 (when the liquor sale resumed) till May 20, has collected excise duty of over Rs 300 crore. The daily excise collection is ranging between Rs 20 crore and Rs 42 crore, which is showing steady increase. Liquor home delivery has been launched since the last three days in Thane and Navi Mumbai.A state Excise Department officer told the Free Press Journal, “It is mandatory that liquor shopkeepers strictly ensure social distancing during the lockdown. In the case of home delivery, shopkeepers can rope in Zomato, Swiggy or another platform. The state government is no way involved in it. It is the responsibility and liberty of the shopkeepers to deliver liquor at home by sticking to the guidelines issued by the Excise Department.’’He informed that customers can place orders via WhatsApp, SMS or call. The shopkeepers will have to display their contact number outside their shops. Making arrangements for delivery will be the retailer's responsibility. But, the retailer can request passes for delivery boys, which can be obtained from offices of the excise superintendent of police and deputy SP.The Maharashtra government on May 19 issued revised guidelines for lockdown 4.0, which is up to May 31. The government has allowed home delivery of liquor apart from its sale on counters only in permitted areas.Meanwhile, Swiggy has enabled the online processing and home delivery of alcohol through the Wine Shops category on the Swiggy app. The service went live in Ranchi today after obtaining necessary approvals from the Jharkhand government. Other major cities in the state will be launching it within a week. Swiggy is also in the advanced stages of discussion with multiple state governments to provide support with online processing and home delivery of alcohol, which the company can immediately enable by leveraging its existing technology and logistics infrastructure and nationwide presence.Swiggy vice president Anuj Rathi said by enabling the home delivery of alcohol in a safe and responsible manner, it can generate additional business for retail outlets while solving the problem of overcrowding, thereby promoting social distancing. (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)Maharashtra governmentZomatoSwiggyCoronavirusCOVID-19Recent Stories'Why can't he promote a small artist?': Creator of Ranveer Singh's Van Gogh portrait slams actor for not giving him creditGlobal investment firm KKR to invest Rs 11,367 crore into Jio‘Salman Khan distributing food and money’ rumour triggers huge crowd in BhiwandiCoronavirus outbreak: Navi Mumbai's COVID-19 mortality rate surges ahead of national level 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
2020-05-22Couple from two districts gets hitched at river border - Free Press Journal
Couple from two districts in Maharashtra, separated by river, tie the knotBy Pramod ChunchuwarUpset with the continuous extension of the lockdown, a bride and groom finally found the way to tie the wedding knot. On the banks of the river Wainganga, the couple from two districts of Maharashtra (that the river separates) united.The bride (Geetanjali) resided in Ghot Likhitwada village in the Chamorshi tehsil of Gadchiroli district. A daily wage worker in the forest department, the groom (Rasikant Neware) belonged to Ganpur village in the Gondpipari tehsil of Chandrapur district. Their marriage was fixed on March 29 at the bride’s village. However, the sudden announcement of the lockdown forced them to drop the plan. Expecting the lockdown to be of a short duration, they were hoping to marry once it ends. But the third time extension of the lockdown left them upset. They then decided to marry at the bride's village on May 19. The bride’s side got administrative approval for organising the marriage ceremony. However, the groom and his family could not get permission to travel to Gadchiroli. Both the families found an innovative solution to this problem. It was then decided to get the couple married on the bridge of Wainganga river. This river borders both the districts and divides them. The bride’s side then got permission to travel till the district boundary and get married at the Shiv temple on the bank of the river. All of the relatives assembled in the premises of this temple and maintained social distance. Mangalashtak, a traditional Marathi song sung during the wedding ceremony, was played on the mobile during the exchange of garlands. After the marriage, the bride left with the groom for his village and family members of the bride went back to their village.“We are happy that we could finally get married. The marriage ceremony took place at 5pm on Wednesday on the bank of the river. COVID-19 has brought a lot of fear in the society. But instead of surrendering before such a situation, our marriage gave the message that we have to move forward,” said the groom. (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)Maharashtra governmentGadchiroli districtmarriageChandrapur districtCOVID-19lockdown 4.0Wainganga RiverRecent StoriesMumbai cop loses battle with COVID-19; Twitter mourns demise of 'corona warrior'Good News for Real Estate: MoHUA issues advisory on extension of validity and time limit of all approvals, NOCs Premier League set to return on June 17Lockdown 5.0? Amit Shah speaks to Chief Ministers; seeks their views on extensionHaryana to 'completely seal' its borders with Delhi, says state HM Anil Vij 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
2020-05-22Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe released by NMMC as of May 22 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe released by NMMC as of May 22By FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: ANIMaharashtra on Thursday recorded as many as 2,345 new coronavirus cases, taking the tally in the state to 41,642. With 64 fatalities due to the pandemic reported during the day, 41 of them in the worst-hit city of Mumbai, the death toll in the state rose to 1,454.According to officials, 268 new coronavirus positive cases were reported in Thane district on Thursday, taking the tally of such patients to 4,672. Besides, the death toll in the district reached 151.The civic body-wise tally in the district is as follows: Thane- 1,561, Kalyan Dombivli- 642, Mira Bhayander- 394, Navi Mumbai- 1,422 , Ulhasnagar- 154 , Bhiwandi- 82, Ambernath- 48, Badlapur-137 and Thane Rural-232 .Also ReadCoronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zone in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of May 22Here is the full list of COVID-19 hotspots in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe: 1. Ghansoli, Gharonda, Sec-9 2. Sec-20, Nerul 3. Sec-16 Ghansoli 4. Sec-20, Koperkhairne 5. Vashi Sec-17 6. Ghansoli, Chinchali 7. Sec-23, Koperkhairne 8. Sec-11, Koperkhairne 9. Sec-16, Nerul 10. Sec-21, Turbhe 11. Indiranagar 12. Terna Hospital Nerul 13. Sanpada Sec-5 14. Sec-16& 15 Vashi 15. Sec-10, Sec-11, Juhugaon 16. Sec-29 Vashi 17. APMC Masala Market, Turbhe 18. Sec-1, Nerul 19. Talavali, near NMMC School 20. Sec-2, Koperkhairne 21. Digha, Namdev Wadi 22. Sec-23, Juinagar 23. Sec-24, Juinagar, Swami Soc 24. Sec-23, Juinagar, Narmada Soc 25. Income tax Colony, CBD 26. Sec-13, Nerul, SBI Colony 27. Sec-3, Sec-4, Asthavinayak Soc, Vashi 28. Sec-1,4, Sanpada 29. Bindu Madhavnagar, sanjay gndhi nagar Digha 30. Shirwane Gaon 31. Sec-26, Vashi 32. Sec-12 B, Koperkhairne 33. Sec-21 Turbhe 34. Sec-22, Turbhe 35. Hanuman Nagar Turbhe 36. Sec-19, Koperkhairne 37. Rabadagaon 38. JN-3, Sec-9, Vashi 39. Sec-19, 20, Airoli 40. Sec-26,28 Vashi 41. Sec-12, Vashi 42. Adarsh Chawl, Samta nagar Chawl Airoli sec-1 43. Sec-20 Airoli 44. Vithai Chawl, Sec-20, Koperkhairne 45. Sec-16, Sanpada 46. Sec-4 A, Sanpada 47. NL-2, Sec-3, Nerul 48. Sec-23, Juipada gaon, Juinagar 49. Rabale, Shree sai Building 50. Sec-28, Nerul 51. Sec-8 A, Airoli 52. Sec-16 A , Sanpada 53. Sec-14, Vashi 54. Sec-10, Nerul 55. Sec-14, koperKhairne 56. Sec-6, Koperkhairne 57. Balaji Garden, Bonkode, Koperkhairne 58. Sec-5, Koperkhairne 59. Sec-4, Koperkhairne 60. Sec-2, 4,5 Airoli 61. Sec-1 Koperkhairne 62. Near police Line near Sanpada Police Station & sanpada MIDC 63. Plot no-16, Sec-5, Ghansoli 64. Samarth nagar, Talawali 65. gaon, Ghansoli 66. Sec-31 A, Assam Bhavan, Vashi 67. Sec-8,9, Koperkhairne 68. Sec-15, Nerul 69. Sec-11, Nerul 70. Sec-5, Sanpada Bonkode Gaon, Koperkhairne 71. Sec-9, Koperkhairne 72. Sec- 15, Koparkairne 73. Green World Thane 74. Belapur Road Digha 75. Airoli Naka Behind Public Toilet 76. Bhagwati Eleganza, Sector 11, Ghansoli 77. Kukreja Plaza, Sec-11, CBD 78. Ramchandra Niwas Sec-12A, Koperkhairne 79. Gandhinagar MIDC Nerul 80. Sarsole Sec-6 81. Raj residency, Gothiwali gaon 82. Bhuvad Chwol R.m 2048 83. Ramnagar Ilthanpada 84. Sec-15, Vashi 85. Bhimashankar soc, Sec-19, Nerul 86. Yadav nagar 87. Ganesh Nagar, Chinchpada 88. Sec-24, Nerul 89. NL-6/10/5, Sec-15, Nerul E 90. Sec-5, Sanpada 91. Suyog Srusti, Sec-8 B Sanpada 92. Sai Krupa Soc Sec-5, Sanpada 93. Plot no-232, Sec-21, Nerul 94. Sec-10, Nerul 95. Ambedkar Nagar, Diva naka, Rabada 96. Katkaripada, Late Galli 97. Sec-9, Divagaon 98. Balinagar, Ilthanpada 99. Karave Gaon 100. Drumgalli, Turbhe Store 101. Sec-20, Turbhe 102. Sec-3, Ghansoli 103. Ghansoli Gaon, Mhatre Ali 104. Sec-4, Ghansoli 105. Sec-7, Ghansoli 106. Sec-1, Ghansoli 107. Pragatinagar, Ghansoli 108. Sec-6, Vashi 109. Sec-31 A, Vashi 110. Sec-8, Ghansoli 111. Ishwarnagar, Ilthanpada 112. Tatanagar, Sec-10, CBD 113. Mauli Heights, Sec-23, Ghansoli 114. Millenium Tower, Sec-9, Sanpada 115. Sec-48 & 46 Nerul 116. Sec-44, 44A seawoods 117. Sec-9A, Vashi 118. Sec-7, Sanpada 119. Sec-8, Nerul 120. Sec-18, Turbhe 121. Sec-1, Airoli, Vitbhatti 122. Belapur gaon. Near Vidya Prasarak High school 123. Sec-16, Koperkhairne 124. Sec-15, Airoli 125. Sec-23, Nerul 126. Katkaripada , Ram Mandir 127. Katkaripada Bhimnagar 128. Sec-10, Sanpada 129. Sec-17, koperkhairne 130. Sec-2, Nerul 131. Sec-18, Koperkhairne 132. Chavan Chawl, Devidham, Chinchpada 133. Sathenagar, Ilthanpada 134. Sanpada sec- 3 135. Sec-22, Koperkhairne 136. Sec- 10, Airoli 137. Sec- 16, Airoli 138. Sec- 1, Sanpada 139. Sec-4, P-107 Behind SDV School Airoli 140. Sec- 3, Airoli 141. Sec- 5, Airoli 142. Sec-15 Keshavkunj, Sanpada 143. Chinchpada near Dr. Babasaheb Aambedkar Statue 144. Sec-50 Old Nerul, Priyadarshani Complex 145. Sec- 12E Koperkhairne 146. Saisadan, Sec-4A, Koperkhairne 147. Vighneshwer Apartment, Digha 148. Subhash Nagar, Near Solzar Comp, Ilthanpada (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)maharashtranavi mumbaiNMMCcontainment zonesRecent Stories'Why can't he promote a small artist?': Creator of Ranveer Singh's Van Gogh portrait slams actor for not giving him creditGlobal investment firm KKR to invest Rs 11,367 crore into Jio‘Salman Khan distributing food and money’ rumour triggers huge crowd in BhiwandiCoronavirus outbreak: Navi Mumbai's COVID-19 mortality rate surges ahead of national levelWill Swiggy, Zomato deliver alcohol in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune? Here's what we know 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
2020-05-22Maharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise to 44,582, Mumbai's count crosses 27,000-mark - Mumbai Mirror
Maharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise to 44,582, Mumbai's count crosses 27,000-markYou are in an offline modeMaharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise to 44,582, Mumbai's count crosses 27,000-markMirror Online | Updated: May 22, 2020, 22:02 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareHealth check-up conducted in Dharavi. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar / BCCLMaharashtra reported the highest spike of 2,940 COVID-19 new cases on Friday. Sixty-three people succumbed to the virus today in the state. With this, the state has recorded 44,582 cases and 1,517 deaths so far. A total of 1,751 new cases were reported in Mumbai today, taking its overall count to 27,068. Twenty-seven people succumbed to the infection in Mumbai today. Out of 27 deaths, 22 patients had co-morbidities. Among them, 18 patients were men and nine were women. One death was below 40 years and 13 deaths were above 60 years and 13 were between 40 to 60 years. Mumbai alone has reported 909 deaths so far. Latest Updates: Tackling the outbreak The slum-clusters of Dharavi alone reported 53 new cases today, taking the total number of patients to 1,478. Also 857 patients have been cured and discharged today, and overall 12,583 patients have been cured and discharged from the hospitals in the state. There are 30,474 active cases in the state and 3,32,777 people have been tested so far. Untitled Carousel Dharavi reports 53 new COVID-19 cases; tally climbs up by to 1,478Mumbai: Dharavi reported 53 new coronavirus positive cases on Friday, taking the figures to 1,478. An eighty-five-year-old woman succumbed to the infection in the Matunga labour camp. An eighty-five-year-old woman succumbed to the infection in the Matunga labour camp. Also, nine deaths were reported in Pune, eight in Jalgaon and five in Solapur while Vasai-Virar and Aurangabad districts reported three deaths each. Two deaths were reported in Satara. One death each was reported in Malegaon, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Panvel and Nagpur. Untitled Carousel Home delivery of liquor allowed in Mumbai, shops can use E-Commerce platformsThe Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to allow home delivery of liquor in the city as the counter purchase of alcohol won't be possible since Mumbai continues to be a Red Zone for the spread of COVID-19 virus. RELATED NEWSMumbai: Dharavi reports 36 COVID-19 positive cases on ThursdayMay 28, 2020Mumbai: Dharavi witnesses drop in COVID-19 spread, reports only 18 ca...May 27, 2020Mumbai: Dharavi reports 38 new COVID-19 cases; tally climbs up by to ...May 26, 2020 Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesSelling your house for cash might be easier than you think.Sell Your HouseDelhi player won Rs.1 Lakh+ in Lockdown. Play & WIN Cash.STICK POOL CLUB You never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsChina is reportedly adding troops on the Ladakh borderBUSINESS INSIDERSave tax till June. Buy Bajaj Allianz Health Insurance.Bajaj AllianzScholarly presents Quiz for students in class XI and XIIScholarlyMy husband is stuck in Dubai & my only son is dying. Help meKETTOMProfit | A complete portfolio tracker for your investmentsMProfit
2020-05-21Maharashtra police pay tribute to personnel who lost their lives to COVID-19 - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra police pay tribute to personnel who lost their lives to COVID-19 Last Updated: 21st May, 2020 19:55 IST Maharashtra Police Pay Tribute To Personnel Who Lost Their Lives To COVID-19 The Maharashtra Police department used social media platform to pay tributes to four of its personnel who had lost their lives in the fight against Coronavirus Written By Prachi Mankani The Maharashtra Police department on Thursday used social media platform to pay tributes to four of its personnel who lost their lives in the fight against coronavirus. It paid tributes to Head Constable Ganesh Chaudhari, Assitant Sub Inspector (ASI) Bhivsen Haribhau Pingle, Head Constable Dilip Patil and PC Deepak Nathuram Sawant from Pune on Twitter.                       ASI Bhivsen Haribhau Pingle from Mumbai lost his life to Coronavirus. May his soul rest in peace. DGP and all ranks of Maharashtra Police offer their condolences to the Pingle family. — Maharashtra Police (@DGPMaharashtra) May 21, 2020 HC Ganesh Chaudhari from Parksite Police Station, Mumbai lost his life to Coronavirus. May his soul rest in peace. DGP and all ranks of Maharashtra Police offer their condolences to the Chaudhari family. — Maharashtra Police (@DGPMaharashtra) May 21, 2020 The department also conveyed its condolences to the families of the deceased.  READ: Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally surges close to 40,000 mark; state's death toll at 1390 Meanwhile, Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally swelled to 39,297 after 2,250 persons tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, May 20. There are 27,581 active cases in the state at present. The number of recovered has surged to more than 10,000 with 679 patients being discharged from various hospitals across the state in the day. 65 deaths-41 from Mumbai, 13 from Pune, three from Navi Mumbai, two each from Pimpri-Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar, and Aurangabad were reported on Wednesday taking the state's death toll to 1,390. 48 of the deceased had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, etc READ: Ready action plan on limited resumption of film shoots: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray Fresh guidelines in Maharashtra On Tuesday, the Maharashtra government announced the revised guidelines for the fourth phase of the lockdown in the state. This order shall come into effect from May 22 and shall remain effective till May 31. Basically, the area under the Red zone includes all Municipal Corporations of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region and the Municipal Corporations of Pune, Solapur, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Akola, and Amravati. The remaining area of the state has been declared as non-Red zones. While only essential activities shall be permitted in containment zones, major relaxations have been given in the non-Red zones.  Revised Guidelines during the extended period of Lockdown for the containment of COVID-19 in the State. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/rHAqDJFKbh — CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) May 19, 2020   READ: BJP to initiate 'Maharashtra Bachao Andolan' against Maha Vikas Aghadi Govt from Friday READ: Maharashtra Minister Jayant Patil takes dig at Fadnavis for seeking Maha relief package First Published: 21st May, 2020 19:55 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water SAVE WATER NOW PLEDGE NOW PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR LATEST NEWS View all 1 hour ago Ayushman bharat ceo talks about landmark 1 crore beneficiaries, says 'need to do more' 11 mins ago Urban areas of gb nagar, ghaziabad among 'red zones' for covid-19 34 mins ago From web check-ins to registering on aarogya setu app; new rules for domestic air travel 34 mins ago Kerala businessman wins usd 1 million in dubai duty free draw 1 hour ago Sc agrees to hear appeal against hc verdict upholding conviction in rape case WORLD The Debate Business News Entertainment News Sports News World News India News Technology News Shows Nation Wants To know Sunday Debate With Arnab R. Glitz Anupam Kher's People R. Access Patriot R. Wrap The Hidden Story R. EWIND REPUBLIC About Us Advertise Careers Intern With Us Contact Us TOP STORIES Centre sets minimum, maximum fares for 3 months as domestic flights resume from 25 may Cyclone amphan live updates: 72 casualties in west bengal; mha team to assess damage Coronavirus live updates: centre sets fare limit on domestic flights; cases soar to 112359 Mea reiterates "indian army didn't cross lac", says china's recent activities 'unsuitable' FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-05-21Kirit Somaiya demands FIR against ambulance operators inactive amid COVID-19 crisis - Republic World - Republic World
Kirit Somaiya demands FIR against ambulance operators inactive amid COVID-19 crisis Last Updated: 21st May, 2020 16:14 IST Kirit Somaiya Demands FIR Against Ambulance Operators Inactive Amid COVID-19 Crisis BJP leader Kirit Somaiya wrote a letter to Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh asking him to take action against the missing ambulances in Mumbai. Written By Ananya Varma BJP leader Kirit Somaiya on Thursday wrote a letter to Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh asking him to take action against the missing ambulances that were not reporting to duty amid the pandemic. In his letter, Kirit Somaiya alleged that Ambulances under Medical Emergency Act needed to report to duty however over 3000 ambulance owners were missing from duty in Mumbai. He also stated that only 50 odd ambulances out of 108 are available leading to a massive crisis as critical patients were unable to reach hospitals on time. Urging the Maha Vikas Aghadi-led Maharashtra Government to take action, he stated that just like doctors were being pulled up to report to duty, action should be taken to ask ambulance owners to report to duty as well. I requested @MumbaiPolice & @mybmc to register FIR against Ambulance Owners under Medical Emergency Act. 2900 Private Ambulances are GAYAB since Corona. If Actions can be taken on Doctors, Chemist, Hospitals....than why not on Ambulance Operators? @Dev_Fadnavis @BJP4Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/szGIUdyWKW — Kirit Somaiya (@KiritSomaiya) May 21, 2020 'Maharashtra Bachao Andolan' Meanwhile, the BJP on Friday will kick off the 'Maharashtra Bachao Andolan' (Save Maharashtra protest) against the Maha Vikas Aghadi government in the state. The party claimed that the state government has failed to contain the Coronavirus pandemic. The BJP leaders, including former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, and party workers will stage a protest by holding placards outside residences of the ministers of Maharashtra government. Devendra Fadnavis had earlier said that the situation has gone out of hands in Mumbai and rest of Maharashtra because of the government's failure. Fadnavis and other senior leaders, including state unit president Chandrakant Patil, and others held a video conference meeting on Monday. "BJP leaders will submit their demands with officials in various talukas and districts as part of the process," Patil said. Read: Maharashtra's COVID-19 Tally Surges Close To 40,000 Mark; State's Death Toll At 1390 Read: Ready Action Plan On Limited Resumption Of Film Shoots: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray COVID-19 in Maharashtra Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally swelled to 39,297 after 2,250 persons tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, May 20. There are 27,581 active cases in the state at present. The number of recovered has surged to more than 10,000 with 679 patients being discharged from various hospitals across the state in the day. 65 deaths-41 from Mumbai, 13 from Pune, three from Navi Mumbai, two each from Pimpri-Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar, and Aurangabad were reported on Wednesday taking the state's death toll to 1,390. 48 of the deceased had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, etc A total of 3,07,072 laboratory samples have been tested so far. There are 1849 active containment zones in the state currently. Surveillance of 65.11 lakh population has been undertaken by 15,495 surveillance squads. While 4,04,692 persons are in-home quarantine, 26,752 individuals have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres.  Read: Maharashtra Minister Jayant Patil Takes Dig At Fadnavis For Seeking Maha Relief Package Read: BJP To Initiate 'Maharashtra Bachao Andolan' Against Maha Vikas Aghadi Govt From Friday First Published: 21st May, 2020 16:14 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water SAVE WATER NOW PLEDGE NOW PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR LATEST NEWS View all 28 mins ago 20 test covid-19 positive in maha's gondia, tally rises to 23 1 day ago Thane: 110 more test positive for coronvirus 53 mins ago In highest single-day spike, hp's hamirpur records 31 fresh covid-19 cases 41 mins ago After 1382 new cases, mumbai's covid count swells to 25,317; 6751 patients in city recover 1 hour ago 9 new cases in up's barabanki, district covid-19 tally reaches 130 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. 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2020-05-2145-Year-Old Woman Constable in Thane Dies on Day She Tests Covid-19 Positive - News18
45-Year-Old Woman Constable in Thane Dies on Day She Tests Covid-19 Positive Representative image. (Reuters) The victim, who was posted at Shree Nagar police station under Wagle Estate division, was admitted to private hospital after she showed symptoms of the deadly infection. PTI Last Updated: May 21, 2020, 10:08 PM IST Share this: A 45-year-old woman constable posted at a police station in Thane city died on Thursday, hours after she tested coronavirus positive, an official said. The victim, who was posted at Shree Nagar police station under Wagle Estate division, was admitted to private hospital after she showed symptoms of the deadly infection. Her report, which came on Thursday, confirmed that she was infected. However, she died in the evening, the official said. According to officials, 268 new coronavirus positive cases were reported in Thane district on Thursday, taking the tally of such patients to 4,672. Besides, the death toll in the district reached 151. Thane city alone reported 98 cases on Thursday, which took its count of patients to 1,561, the authorities said. Some of the patients in the district included children in the age group of four to 10 years. A 14-day girl was found COVID-19 positive from Navi Mumbai, they said. The civic body-wise tally in the district is as follows: Thane- 1,561, Kalyan Dombivli- 642, Mira Bhayander-394, Navi Mumbai- 1,422 , Ulhasnagar- 154 , Bhiwandi- 82, Ambernath- 48, Badlapur-137 and Thane Rural-232 . In neighbouring Palghar district, 470 coronavirus positive cases have been found so far with 20 deaths, officials said. https://pubstack.nw18.com/pubsync/fallback/api/videos/recommended?source=n18english&channels=5d95e6c378c2f2492e2148a2&categories=5d95e6d7340a9e4981b2e10a&query=45-Year-Old,Woman,Constable,in,Thane,Dies,on,Day,She,Tests,Covid-19,Positive,coronavirus,maharashtra,&publish_min=2020-05-21T23:40:13.000Z&publish_max=2020-05-23T23:40:13.000Z&sort_by=date-relevance&order_by=0&limit=2 Support the daily wage earners who have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to contribute to the cause. #IndiaGives The daily News18 Coronavirus COVID-19 newsletter - Get your copy here. Subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube Share this:
2020-05-21NMMC to complete pre-monsoon preparation by May 25 - Free Press Journal
NMMC to complete pre-monsoon preparation by May 25By Amit Srivastava The civic body will reserve some beds specifically for vector-borne diseasesUlwe, Navi Mumbai, during monsoon seasonTwitterWhen the monsoon hits the city this June, the civic body will face multiple challenges from handling COVID-19 patients to vector-borne diseases. The civic administration of Navi Mumbai has set May 25 deadline to complete all pre-monsoon related works, keeping in mind the present pandemic.The civic chief directed the health department to take precautionary measures in view of the forthcoming monsoon season while taking measures to curb the spread of COVID 19. The civic body will make keep some beds reserve in hospitals for vector-borne diseases.Though Navi Mumbai is a planned city, there are few places that see water logging during the monsoon.Abbasaheb Misal, municipal commissioner of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) asked all the departments to prepare a plan keeping the COVID-19 in mind. “Each department has been asked to prepare a standard operating procedure (SOP) and informed the disaster management with necessary contact numbers as soon as possible,” said a senior civic official.Meanwhile, the civic administration will give approval online of repair and necessary construction works in view of the lockdown due to coronavirus. The town planning department has also been directed to make necessary arrangements for processing.The civic administration has already held a meeting with the police, traffic department, civic defense forces, APMC, MSEDCL, Thane-Belapur Industrial Associations and fisherman’s associations. “We had detailed discussions with all these units for monsoon preparation,” added the official.The cleaning of sewer and nullah and pruning of trees were already started. “The civic body will issue the list of dangerous structures in the city for necessary precautions,” said the official.All ward level officials have also been asked to complete the cleaning of gutter and nullah works by May 25. Deputy municipal commissioner (solid waste management) had himself inspected the work. “Despite COVID-19 outbreak, the pre-monsoon work was not affected much and the majority of the work has been completed,” said the official, adding that they ensured that all the workers must maintain social distancing during the work.monsoonnavi mumbaivashiPanvelRecent StoriesPM to undertake aerial surveys of cyclone-hit Bengal, Odisha on Friday; take part in review meetings Civil Aviation Ministry categorises tickets for domestic flights into 7 fare bands: Here is all you need to know Maharashtra's coronavirus tally crosses 41,000-mark; 64 new deaths After Maharashtra prohibits inter-district travel, Railways to provide full refund for cancelled tickets for trains scheduled to run from June 1Lockdown 4.0: States/UTs can delineate zones and decide on activities prohibited or allowed; night curfew mandatory, says MHA 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
2020-05-21BJP labels TMC transfers politics of Sena; Panvel wants civic chief back - Times of India
BJP labels TMC transfers politics of Sena; Panvel wants civic chief backBJP labels TMC transfers politics of Sena; Panvel wants civic chief backManoj Badgeri, SANJAY BANERJEE & Umesh K Parida | TNN | Updated: May 21, 2020, 11:48 ISTGanesh DeshmukhTHANE/NAVI MUMBAI: Panvel municipal commissioner Ganesh Deshmukh, credited with much success in keeping Covid-19 figures low in Panvel, was named an additional municipal commissioner in Thane on Wednesday. For a second vacancy of additional municipal commissioner in Thane, the government named Sanjay Herwade. The two posts had fallen vacant after the sudden transfer of the incumbents, Rajendra Ahiwar and Sameer Unhale, late on Tuesday. Herwade had served in the Thane Municipal Corporation as deputy commissioner from 2015 to 2018, handling the estates department before his promotion to commissioner in Marathwada. There was talk that the rise of Covid-19 in Thane had had a direct bearing on Ahiwar and Unhale's transfers. The BJP accused the ruling Shiv Sena in the TMC and state of politics over Covid-19. The BJP Thane unit president, MLC Niranjan Davkhare, asked how the abrupt transfers would check the outbreak. "The state government has completely failed to take corrective action and prevent the spread of Covid-19. First, they transferred the BMC chief and now they are doing the same in Thane. It seems the state is indirectly holding these people responsible for the situation, which is wrong," Davkhare said. Ganesh Deshmukh's place in Panvel was given to Ulhasnagar municipal commissioner Sudhakar Deshmukh. Panvel MLA Prashant Thakur opposed the transfer of Ganesh Deshmukh, writing to the CM that the officer had contained Covid-19 and the move should be stopped. Residents of Kharghar, members of Swach Kharghar Foundation and citizen welfare groups of Kharghar and Taloja also criticised the transfer and asked for Ganesh Deshmukh to be brought back. 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2020-05-21Covid19 latest LIVE Updates: Mumbai locals back on track; Railways, flights to resume amid fear of spike in n - Mumbai Mirror
Covid19 latest LIVE Updates: Mumbai locals back on track; Railways, flights to resume amid fear of spike in numbers in JuneMay 21, 2020, 09.11AMCovid19 latest LIVE Updates: Mumbai locals back on track; Railways, flights to resume amid fear of spike in numbers in JuneMumbai recorded 1,372 new coronavirus positive cases on Wednesday and with it, the city's tally surged to 23,935. Also, 41 people succumbed to the virus taking the death toll of the Maximum City to 841.The daily number of COVID-19 patients in Maharashtra crossed 2000 for the fourth consecutive day. The state on Wednesday recorded 65 deaths and 2,250 new cases, taking the tally to 1,390 and 39,397 respectively.Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari has asked the state administration to consider incentivising COVID-19 frontline workers and prepare special measures for containment zones. Earlier, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that the Centre feels the spike in coronavirus cases will be higher by May-end and in June, and added that the virus spread has been controlled to a large extent in Maharashtra.Meanwhile, the central and state governments are finally relaxing transportation restrictions. While 200 non-AC passenger trains will run from June 1, India will now allow the resumption of domestic passenger flight operations in a calibrated manner from May 25.In Mumbai, the lifeline of the city, the local trains, chugged once again, but only for essential workers as of now. The Central Railway on Tuesday started local trains only for railway workers engaged in essential services. These trains – CSMT-Panvel, CSMT-Karjat and CSMT-Kasara – will make a total of eight trips (both up and down) every day.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-05-21 09:11(IST) Nasal samples from dead bodies be collected for COVID-19 test before sending to mortuary: ICMRNasal swab samples from bodies of suspected COVID-19 cases should be collected for testing of coronavirus infection at the emergency before moving the body to mortuary, the ICMR said.According to the 'Standard Guidelines for Medico-legal autopsy in COVID-19 deaths in India' released by the ICMR on Tuesday, if the COVID-19 test report is awaited, the dead body must not be released from the mortuary until the final report is received and after the formalities, it must be handed over to the district administration."It is advisable to collect Nasopharyngeal swab at the emergency department/casualty/ward/ICU and should be sent for COVID-19 RT-PCR test in all suspected cases before moving the body to mortuary for preservation if the same was not sent in due hospital course," the guidelines said.2020-05-21 09:11(IST) Nearly 2,300 vehicles penalised, 115 seized for lockdown violation: Noida policeNearly 2,300 vehicles, including auto-rickshaws, were penalised and 115 impounded across Noida and Greater Noida for allegedly defying lockdown curbs on Wednesday, police said.The Gautam Buddh Nagar police stepped up vigilance on road traffic violations as new guidelines which permit some ease in movement kicked in during the fourth phase of the coronavirus-induced lockdown.According to police data, 5,353 vehicles -- 1,788 four-wheelers, 3,392 two-wheelers and 173 three-wheelers -- were checked across 120 barrier points in the western Uttar Pradesh district adjoining Delhi.Challans were issued to 488 four-wheelers, 1,764 two-wheelers and 29 three-wheelers, the 24-hour, the data showed.2020-05-21 09:02(IST) Sonu Sood's 21 buses transported 750 people to Karnataka, UPIt’s well known that Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has organised a fleet of buses to ferry migrants from Mumbai to their respective villages. What he doesn’t talk about is how he spent the last two weeks glued to his phone for 18 hours a day, to make this happen. “The hardest thing was to get permissions from the home states,” Sood told Mirror on Wednesday. “We had to make sure the migrants had the necessary documents so that they wouldn’t be stranded at some border for a lack of permissions.”Sood has started this initiative, called Ghar Bhejo, with his childhood friend, restaurateur Neeti Goel. Since May 11, they have flagged off 21buses carrying 750 migrants to Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. Today, another 10 buses will leave for Bihar and UP, while clearances from West Bengal, Jharkhand and Assam are awaited. Over the next 10 days, more than 100 buses will leave Mumbai. The 60-seaters carry some 35 passengers to ensure there is social distancing. Read full story here2020-05-21 08:53(IST) Akola migrants’ daughter abducted as they walk homeA biker abducted a migrant worker’s 13-year-old daughter on Tuesday while the family was walking towards its hometown in Akola district. The girl was rescued within hours after the biker abandoned her around 250 km ahead in a state of panic.The police said the worker, his wife, their 19-year-old son and the daughter had set off on foot from Mulund. When they reached Nashirabad in Bhusawal, Jalgaon district, around 4 pm on Tuesday, man on a bike approached them. He claimed he was also headed for Akola and offered to drop the siblings on his bike. Suspecting nothing amiss, the couple sent their children with him. Read full story here2020-05-21 08:38(IST) BMC ropes in NGOs to screen slum-dwellersThe BMC has enlisted the help of local non-governmental organisations to screen residents of slum pockets for the novel coronavirus. Teams of doctors, healthcare workers and volunteers authorised by the BMC are racing to screen slum-dwellers, especially given the fast approaching monsoon season. In K-West Ward, which has more than 1,000 Covid-19 cases, the NGO Niramay Seva Foundation has already made huge progress. A team of eight doctors and more than 30 volunteers have so far screened more than 5,000 residents of Nehru Nagar, in Andheri. The BMC has drawn up a protocol for the doctors to follow. According to officials, they work four days, then rest for three. They are tested on the seventh day and only resume work if the result is negative. Read full story here2020-05-21 08:25(IST) Did an agent book your ticket? Tough luckThe nationwide lockdown announced in March brought passenger train movement in the country to an immediate halt, forcing millions of people to cancel their travel plans. Now the Central and Western Railways claim to have refunded more than Rs 390 crore to almost 60 lakh people who were supposed to travel in March, April and May and had booked longdistance train tickets, according to officials. However, there is a catch: those who have got their money back are mostly individuals who booked tickets using the IRCTC portal or stood in queues outside PRS windows. The majority of those who booked with help of agents are still waiting to be refunded. Read full story here2020-05-21 07:48(IST) We Are Only as Safe as our Weakest PillarA few years ago, I was at Bengaluru airport, waiting at the check-in counter. It was one of those slow days and I was the only one at the counter…there was no one behind me. Suddenly, I felt a warm breath on the nape of my neck. Another traveller was standing in line behind me like a conjoined twin. I looked around and there was no one behind him…so I asked him to stand back a little and not dry hump me. He didn’t get it. He couldn’t understand why I was trying to get him to keep some distance. And that is our problem. Culturally, we are just not used to maintaining any kind of physical distance between ourselves and others. Read full story here2020-05-21 07:45(IST) Local trains start for essential railway staffThe Central Railway on Tuesday started local trains only for railway workers engaged in essential services. These trains – CSMT-Panvel, CSMT-Karjat and CSMT-Kasara – will make a total of eight trips (both up and down) every day. Divisional Chairman of CR Mazdoor Sangh, Vivek Shishodiya said until now only a few coaches of long-distance trains were being used to ferry railway workers. “The number of long-distance coaches was inadequate and used to get very congested,” he said. Read full story here2020-05-21 07:44(IST) India domestic air travel to resume May 25 after virus shutdownDomestic air travel will resume in India on May 25 after a two-month shutdown imposed to stop the spread of coronavirus, the aviation minister said Wednesday, in a further easing of national lockdown restrictions.The government halted all domestic flights -- which ferried 144 million passengers as well as cargo across the vast country last year -- on March 25, days after suspending international flights."All airports and air carriers are being informed to be ready for operations from 25th May," Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Twitter.No indication was given when international travel would resume.2020-05-21 07:43(IST) Covid havoc on in Maha with 65 more deaths, 2,250 new casesMaharashtra on Wednesday recorded 65 Covid-19 deaths and 2,250 new cases, officials said here, as the state continued to notch fatalities above 50 and new patients over 2K consecutively since the past four days.This comes to a staggering one death every 22 minutes, and around 93 new cases every hour in the state.With 65 fatalities - down by 11 from highest-ever 76 of May 19 - the state death toll now stands at 1,390 and the total number of coronavirus patients increased from 37,136 to 39,397 now.The Health Department said with the new cases, the state had 27,581 active cases now.2020-05-21 07:43(IST) 1,372 new coronavirus cases found in Mumbai, 41 deathsMumbai recorded 1,372 new coronavirus patients and 41 deaths on Wednesday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said.The tally of cases in the country's financial capital thus reached 23,935 and death toll rose to 841.Of the new cases, 150 were the ones detected at private laboratories between May 17 and 18, the BMC said.On the other hand, 350 patients were discharged from hospitals, taking the number of recovered patients to 6,466.Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal has, meanwhile, directed ward officers to file police complaints against private nursing homes, polyclinics and hospitals which have not reopened.Chahal has also directed ward officers to provide PPE kits to private nursing homes and hospitals, the BMC release said.Recent Messages ()Please rate before posting your Review1 (Trash)1.5 (Poor)2 (Below average)2.5 (Average)3 (Above average)3.5 (Good)4 (Very good)4.5 (Very good +)5 (Excellent)Characters Remaining: 3000OR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on TwitterSIGN IN WITHRefrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. 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2020-05-21Coronavirus in Mumbai: 7 more BEST employees discharged, recovery rate increases to 48% - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: 7 more BEST employees discharged, recovery rate increases to 48%By Pratip AcharyaBL SoniMumbai: With seven more employees were discharged on Wednesday, the recovery rate amongst the BEST employees rose to 48 per cent. The total number of discharged patient stands at 70.Presently, there are 77 BEST staffers who are undergoing treatment at various city hospitals. Of these, as many as 60 patients are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Nine more BEST staffers test positive; total number of affected employees at 137"As many as 60 under treatment patients are asymptomatic and are showing mild symptoms. They will be fully recovered soon and will be released shortly" said Dr. Anil Singhal, BEST chief medical officer.Meanwhile, considering the dearth in beds and testing facilities in government hospitals, the BEST administration has already started testing its employees in private hospitals and laboratories. Also earlier this week, due to unavailability of beds in the ICU, BEST administration has shifted two patients to private hospitals. (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)MUmbaiBEST employeesCoronavirusRecent Stories200 more trains to operate from June 1, online bookings start today: Here's the full list of 200 trainsCyclone Amphan changes course; Rain along with 185 km/h wind speeds hits Kolkata, Sunderbans and HowarhEnough water in all reservoirs supplying water to Mumbai until August 10BMC’s fight against dengue, malaria and leptospirosis takes a backseat amid coronavirus outbreakLockdown 4.0: Since May 1, 385 trains have ferried over 5 lakh migrants home, says home minister Anil Deshmukh 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
2020-05-21Downloaded your liquor permit? Here's how you can order booze - Free Press Journal
Downloaded your liquor permit? Here's how you can order boozeBy FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: ANIA part of its revised guidelines for lockdown 4.0, the Maharashtra government allowed home delivery of liquor. Expect Mumbai, home delivery of liquor has already begun in some parts of the state. People living in Navi Mumbai and Thane can also have liquor home delivered.But, here's the catch: You can order liquor only if you have a liquor permit. If you don't have one, the permit can be availed through Maharashtra government's website after filling in an application form. After getting the permit, orders for liquor can be placed via WhatsApp, SMS or through call. Retailers will have to place a request for passes for delivery boys. These passes can be obtained from offices of the Excise Superintendent of Police and Deputy SP. Customers can pay in cash or via debit card with the help of a POS machine. It will be mandatory for retailers to sell liquor as per MRP.Between May 4 and May 20, the Maharashtra government collected excise and sales tax of Rs 300 crore through sale of liquor, after shops were allowed to reopen. The state government on May 20 collected Rs 42 crore of excise in just one day.Also ReadConfused about how to buy alcohol in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai and Pune? Here's a step-by-step guide on how to obtain an alcohol permit from the state (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)Maharashtra governmentliquor permitcoronavirus lockdownRecent Stories'Why can't he promote a small artist?': Creator of Ranveer Singh's Van Gogh portrait slams actor for not giving him creditGlobal investment firm KKR to invest Rs 11,367 crore into Jio‘Salman Khan distributing food and money’ rumour triggers huge crowd in BhiwandiCoronavirus outbreak: Navi Mumbai's COVID-19 mortality rate surges ahead of national levelWill Swiggy, Zomato deliver alcohol in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune? Here's what we know 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
2020-05-21COVID-19: BMC appoints IAS officers in charge of KEM, Sion & Nair hospitals in Mumbai - Republic World - Republic World
COVID-19: BMC appoints IAS officers in charge of KEM, Sion & Nair hospitals in Mumbai Last Updated: 21st May, 2020 17:49 IST COVID-19: BMC Appoints IAS Officers In Charge Of KEM, Sion & Nair Hospitals In Mumbai Amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Mumbai, the BMC has appointed three IAS officers as in-charge of KEM, Sion, and Nair hospitals in the city. Written By Akhil Oka Amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Mumbai on Thursday, May 21, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has appointed IAS officers as in-charge of 3 big municipal hospitals in the city. Three IAS officers will now be managing the affairs of Sion Hospital, Nair Hospital, and KEM hospital. As per sources, the main objective of this move is to ensure the availability of beds, smooth availability of facilities, and efficient treatment of COVID-19. As of 6 pm on May 20, Mumbai reported 23,935 confirmed novel coronavirus cases out of which 6,466 patients have been discharged and 841 persons have passed away.  Read: Rumours Of Salman Khan Distributing Money And Food Creates Huge Crowd In Mumbai's Bhiwandi Earlier in the day, BMC Commissioner Iqbal Chahal directed civic officials to acquire at least 100 beds including 10 in ICUs of private nursing homes and small hospitals in all 24 wards of Mumbai. As per the BMC, this shall facilitate the availability of 2,400  more beds for COVID-19 patients. Chahal also asked the ward officers to file police complaints against polyclinics, nursing homes and private hospitals that had not opened. He also called for personal protective equipment kits to be provided to private hospitals and nursing homes.  Read: COVID-19: Michelin-Star Chef Vikas Khanna To Feed 1.75 Lakh People On Eid In Mumbai Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally rises to 39297 Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally swelled to 39,297 after 2,250 persons tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, May 20. There are 27,581 active cases in the state at present. The number of recovered has surged to more than 10,000 with 679 patients being discharged from various hospitals across the state in the day. 65 deaths-41 from Mumbai, 13 from Pune, three from Navi Mumbai, two each from Pimpri-Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar, and Aurangabad were reported on Wednesday taking the state's death toll to 1,390. 48 of the deceased had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, etc. There are 1849 active containment zones in the state currently. While 4,04,692 persons are in-home quarantine, 26,752 individuals have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres.  Read: Ranvir Shorey Says 'haven't Lost Faith In You' After Row With Mumbai Police Gets Resolved Read: Mumbai Sees 1372 New COVID-19 Cases; City Tally At 23935 As Containment Zones Drop To 692 First Published: 21st May, 2020 17:49 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water SAVE WATER NOW PLEDGE NOW PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR LATEST NEWS View all 10 hours ago After 1382 new cases, mumbai's covid count swells to 25,317; 6751 patients in city recover 10 hours ago 20 test covid-19 positive in maha's gondia, tally rises to 23 13 hours ago In highest single-day spike, hp's hamirpur records 16 fresh covid-19 cases 12 hours ago Maha: 3 more test positive for covid-19 in jalna; tally at 44 22 hours ago Bmc to acquire 100 beds of private hospitals in each mumbai ward WORLD The Debate Business News Entertainment News Sports News World News India News Technology News Shows Nation Wants To know Sunday Debate With Arnab R. Glitz Anupam Kher's People R. Access Patriot R. Wrap The Hidden Story R. EWIND REPUBLIC About Us Advertise Careers Intern With Us Contact Us TOP STORIES Pm modi to survey cyclone amphan-hit areas of west bengal & odisha; here's his schedule Cyclone amphan live updates: pm modi to visit odisha and wb on may 22 to review situation Coronavirus live updates: railway ticket bookings to resume; cases soar to 1,18,447 Us exposes china; calls out provocative & aggressive military acts against india & others FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-05-21Maharashtra COVID-19 tally up by 2,250 to 39,297; death toll 1,390 - The New Indian Express
Maharashtra COVID-19 tally up by 2,250 to 39,297; death toll 1,390 Of the 65 new deaths, 41 fatalities are reported from Mumbai, 13 from Pune city, 3 from Navi Mumbai, 2 each from Pimpri Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar and Aurangabad city. Share Via Email Published: 21st May 2020 09:54 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st May 2020 09:54 AM   |  A+A A- Migrants gather at Dana Bandar to travel back to their hometown after the government eased restrictions during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown in Mumbai Wednesday May 20 2020. (Photo | PTI) By PTI MUMBAI: Maharashtra on Wednesday recorded 2,250 new COVID-19 cases and 65 deaths, including 41 in worst-hit Mumbai, taking the overall tally to 39,297 and the number of fatalities to 1,390, a Health department official said. This was the fourth consecutive day when the state has reported more than 2,000 COVID-19 cases, he said. Of the 65 new deaths, 41 fatalities are reported from Mumbai, 13 from Pune city, 3 from Navi Mumbai, 2 each from Pimpri Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar and Aurangabad city, he said. A total of 679 patients were discharged, taking the tally of the recovered cases to 10,318, the official said. Mumbai alone now accounts for 24,118 of the ttoal 39,297 infections with 841 fatalities, he said. Thane division, which comprises Mumbai city, has reported 30,025 COVID-19 cases and 950 deaths so far, the official said. Pune, another coronavirus hotspot, has so far reported 4,049 cases and 215 deaths, he said, adding the entire Pune division has reported a total of 5,152 cases and 255 deaths. The Nashik division has recorded 1,344 cases and 85 deaths followed by the Kolhapur division with 322 infections and five fatalities, he said. The tally of coronavirus cases in Aurangabad stood t 1,236 with 37 deaths. The Latur division, also in Marathwada, has reported 146 cases and six deaths so far, he said. The Akola division has reported 577 cases and 34 deaths due to COVID-19 till now, the official said, adding that Nagpur's tally is 477 cases and seven deaths. A total of 48 people from other states are currently receiving treatment in Maharashtra and 11 of them have succumbed to the infection so far, the official said. Maharashtra so far conducted 3,07,072 tests of which 2,67,775 samples tested negative and 39,297 tested positive. The number of active containment zones in the state stood at 1,849 and 15,495 health squads have completed surveillance of 65.11 lakh people, the official said. A total of 4,04,692 people are currently placed under home quarantine and another 26,752 under institutional quarantine, he added. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 39,297, new cases 2,250 deaths 1,390, discharged 10,318, active cases 27,581, people tested so far 3,07072. 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2020-05-21Thane: Woman constable dies on day she tests COVID-19 positive - Outlook India
Thane: Woman constable dies on day she tests COVID-19 positive Outlook May 21, 2020 21:33 IST Thane: Woman constable dies on day she tests COVID-19 positive outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, May 21 (PTI) A 45-year-old woman constable posted at a police station in Thane city died on Thursday, hours after she tested coronavirus positive, an official said. The victim, who was posted at Shree Nagar police station under Wagle Estate division, was admitted to private hospital after she showed symptoms of the deadly infection. Her report, which came on Thursday, confirmed that she was infected. However, she died in the evening, the official said. According to officials, 268 new coronavirus positive cases were reported in Thane district on Thursday, taking the tally of such patients to 4,672. Besides, the death toll in the district reached 151. Thane city alone reported 98 cases on Thursday, which took its count of patients to 1,561, the authorities said. Some of the patients in the district included children in the age group of four to 10 years. A 14-day girl was found COVID-19 positive from Navi Mumbai, they said. The civic body-wise tally in the district is as follows: Thane- 1,561, Kalyan Dombivli- 642, Mira Bhayander- 394, Navi Mumbai- 1,422 , Ulhasnagar- 154 , Bhiwandi- 82, Ambernath- 48, Badlapur-137 and Thane Rural-232 . In neighbouring Palghar district, 470 coronavirus positive cases have been found so far with 20 deaths, officials said. PTI COR NP NP Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website India's Tour Could Be Used To Test Bio-bubble Model To Counter COVID-19: Cricket South Africa I'll Never Forgive Andre Villas-Boas - Romelu Lukaku Opens Up On Chelsea Champions League Snub Coronavirus: Graeme Smith Expects World T20 To Take Place Early 2021 More from Outlook Magazine Mumbai Diary | Where Hunger Pangs, Now Greater Than Ever, Smother The Chance To Hone Talent Baptism By Bulbul: The Joy Of The Novice Bird Lover Spilleth Over Recovery Route? Next Story : ZEE Entertainment have new delights to bust your lockdown blues Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-05-21Coronavirus outbreak: For 4th day in a row, COVID-19 cases cross 2,000-mark in Maharashtra - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus outbreak: For 4th day in a row, COVID-19 cases cross 2,000-mark in MaharashtraBy Swapnil MishraPhoto Credit: PTIMumbai: For the fourth consecutive day, more than 2,000 new cases were reported in the state - 2,260 cases with 65 Covid-19 deaths, taking the total to 39,297, with 1,390 deaths so far. However, in a heartening development, so far, more than 10,000 corona patients have fully recovered and been discharged from various hospitals in Maharashtra. On Wednesday, with 679 patients being discharged, the total count of those recovered stood at 10,318.Forty-one of the 65 deaths were reported in Mumbai, followed by 13 in Pune, three in Navi Mumbai, two each in Pimpri-Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar and Aurangabad city. “Forty-eight of the 65 patients (74%) had high-risk comorbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease,” said Dr Pradip Awate, state surveillance officer.According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the city recorded 1,372 new cases and 41 deaths in the last 24 hours. With this, the total positive count has increased to 24,118, with 841 deaths so far. Meanwhile, 350 patients have recovered and been discharged in the city.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: 61% of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra are from Maximum City“Fifteen of the 41 deaths occurred between May 13 and May 15 and the numbers were updated on Wednesday. 150 of 1,372 positive cases were found between May 17 to May 18 and reported by private laboratories on the ICMR portal on Wednesday,” Dr Daksha Shah, deputy executive health officer.The BMC has so far surveyed 58.14 lakh houses and 7,447 suspected influenza-like illness cases were referred till date. 52,798 high risk contacts of patients from slums areas have also been identified, of which 36,167 contacts have been quarantined in institutions.“Screening camps are being conducted in slum areas and containment zones. So far, 357 camps have been conducted, 18,643 high-risk contacts are identified and 5,188 swabs are taken and 683 positive cases are diagnosed as a result of the screening camps and isolated and given treatment,” said Dr Shah.Of the 3,07072 laboratory samples, 2,67,775 were negative and 39,297 have tested positive. Currently, 4,04,692 people are in home quarantine and 26,752 people are in institutional.maharashtraCoronaviruscoronavirus outbreakRecent StoriesPM to undertake aerial surveys of cyclone-hit Bengal, Odisha on Friday; take part in review meetings Civil Aviation Ministry categorises tickets for domestic flights into 7 fare bands: Here is all you need to know Maharashtra's coronavirus tally crosses 41,000-mark; 64 new deaths After Maharashtra prohibits inter-district travel, Railways to provide full refund for cancelled tickets for trains scheduled to run from June 1Lockdown 4.0: States/UTs can delineate zones and decide on activities prohibited or allowed; night curfew mandatory, says MHA 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
2020-05-21Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 21 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Pune and PCMC: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad on May 21By FPJ Web DeskRepresentative Image ANI Photo Pune Municipal Corporation Mayor Murlidhar Mohol on Wednesday evening said that 152 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in Pune and the total COVID-19 cases in the city are 3,899. 13 deaths took place due to coornavirus in the day and the total death toll is now 220. He added that 1,507 tests were conducted in the day and the total tests conducted are 35,302. Here is a list of new micro-containment zones in Pune:1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898)2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Dandekar pool vashat Final Plot no 1A, 2A, 2B, 28, 585, 587, 587 Aambil stream colony area 5. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi area6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth.7. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala RoadAlso ReadConfused about how to buy alcohol in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai and Pune? Here's a step-by-step guide on how to obtain an alcohol permit from the state8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar area16. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashat17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahat19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 65820. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir.21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 BAlso ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe released by NMMC as of May 2122. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area26. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc.28. Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti Premises30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao area31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF Premises33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areas34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15BAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones from Colaba in SoBo to Borivali in West and Mulund in East issued by BMC as of May 2137. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid Premises38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 1841. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar area42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canal44. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67)47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 Shivajinagar48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 5950. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi Area51. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plazaAlso ReadFugitive don Chota Shakeel’s younger sister dies of pneumonia in Mumbai’s Mira Road52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat Premises57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir Premises59. Hadapsar, Adarsh ​​Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side PremisesMeanwhile, in Pimpri Chinchwad 10 fresh cases rose on Wednesday and the total positive cases are 243. Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Residents allege BMC workers have left filth from nullahs on the road for over a weekHere is a list of containment zones in the twin-city:1. Kharalwadi2. Shivneri Colony, Pimple Gurav3. Rupeenagar4. Vijay Nagar, Dighi5. Madhuban Society, Old Sanghvi6. Indira Nagar, Chinchwad7. Sathe Nagar, Charholi8. Shubhashree Row House Society, Pimple Saudagar9. Bankar Vasti, Moshi10. Bajaj School Area, Sambhajinagar11. New Angels School, Talwade12. Woodsville, Moshi13. Kalewadi14. Mohan Nagar15. Tamhanewasti16. Tapkir Chowk, Charholi17. Nikamwasti, CharholiAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: 61% of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra are from Maximum City18. Landgenagar19. Kaspatewasti, Wakad20. Dattanagar, Thergaon21. Guruvihar Society, Bhosari22. Hutatma Chowk, Bhosari23. Chatrapati Chowk, Rahatni24. Anand Nagar, Chinchwad Station25. Chakrapani vashat, Bhosari26. Pawna Nagar, Old Sanghvi27. Shubhashree CHS, Akurdi28. Vikas Nagar, Kiwale29. Tambe school, Rahatni30. Phugewadi 31. Sai Paradise, Pimple Saudagar32. Panchadurg, Rupeenagar33. Kavde Nagar, Pimple Gurav34. Umbrella Garden, Sambhajinagar35. Amrutdhara, Dighi36. Morevasti37. Bhatnagar38. Gyn Aangan Society, Rahatni39. Hanuman Colony, Bhosari40. Kshitij Destination, Bhosari 41. Alankapuram Road, Bhosari 42. Sadhguru colony, wakad43. Shardanagar, Chikhali 44. Walhekarwadi 45. Akash Raj, Ravet Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Sion hospital conducts pilot study for antibodies (To view our epaper please click here. 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2020-05-2145-Year-Old Woman Constable in Thane Dies on Day She Tests Covid-19 Positive - Yahoo India News
45-Year-Old Woman Constable in Thane Dies on Day She Tests Covid-19 PositiveNews1821 May 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareA 45-year-old woman constable posted at a police station in Thane city died on Thursday, hours after she tested coronavirus positive, an official said.The victim, who was posted at Shree Nagar police station under Wagle Estate division, was admitted to private hospital after she showed symptoms of the deadly infection.Her report, which came on Thursday, confirmed that she was infected. However, she died in the evening, the official said.According to officials, 268 new coronavirus positive cases were reported in Thane district on Thursday, taking the tally of such patients to 4,672. Besides, the death toll in the district reached 151.Thane city alone reported 98 cases on Thursday, which took its count of patients to 1,561, the authorities said.Some of the patients in the district included children in the age group of four to 10 years. A 14-day girl was found COVID-19 positive from Navi Mumbai, they said.The civic body-wise tally in the district is as follows: Thane- 1,561, Kalyan Dombivli- 642, Mira Bhayander-394, Navi Mumbai- 1,422 , Ulhasnagar- 154 , Bhiwandi- 82, Ambernath- 48, Badlapur-137 and Thane Rural-232 .In neighbouring Palghar district, 470 coronavirus positive cases have been found so far with 20 deaths, officials said.ReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextABVP Member Replaces Gandhi’s Photo with Godse on Currency NoteThe Quint'Exhausted' Ranvir Shorey Gets Back Impounded Car After 8-Hour Wait at Police StationNews18Here's How Much You Have to Pay for Flight Tickets if You Travel from May 25 to August 24News18‘Home invasion’ by snakes leaves family in MP’s Bhind distressedAniBus drivers arranged by Priyanka slam Cong over stale foodYahoo NewsAmitabh Bachchan Looks Charged Up for Workout in Mirror Selfie with Grandson AgastyaNews18Vande Bharat Mission: Flight carrying 181 Indians arrives in Delhi from OmanAniMagellan Health Launches Stay at Home for MY LIFEBusiness WireJennifer Lopez Sports Seriously Chic Athleisure on a Bike Ride with Alex RodriguezHarper's BazaarRandhir Kapoor Reveals How The Family Has Been Dealing With Rishi Kapoor's Demise!FilmibeatLuck: Shruti Haasan Felt Terrible While Shooting With Sanjay Dutt; Kamal Haasan’s Reaction Shook HerFilmibeat‘Didi Kitchen’ feeding migrant workers, needy on Jharkhand highwaysAniAP FACT CHECK: Trump's false 'Choice' on vets' health careAssociated PressCyclone Amphan: PM Modi to Visit West Bengal and Odisha on FridayThe QuintIndia rejects China's allegations that Indian troops trespassed across the LACPTICoronavirus: Leaked Pentagon memo warns pandemic could last until summer 2021, including likely second wave, reports sayThe Independent
2020-05-21Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones issued by Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) as of May 21 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones issued by Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) as of May 21By FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: AFPMaharashtra on Wednesday recorded 2,250 new COVID-19 cases and 65 deaths, including 41 in worst-hit Mumbai, taking the overall tally to 39,297 and the number of fatalities to 1,390.This was the fourth consecutive day when the state has reported more than 2,000 COVID-19 cases. Of the 65 new deaths, 41 fatalities are reported from Mumbai, 13 from Pune city, 3 from Navi Mumbai, 2 each from Pimpri Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar and Aurangabad city.Kalyan-Dombivli saw the highest jump in Covid-19 cases in 24 hours with 38 new cases reported on Monday. With the addition of new cases and one death, the total positive cases in KDMC have reached 568 and the death toll now stands at 12.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mira-Bhayandar: List of COVID-19 containment zones shared MBMC on May 21Here is a list of containment zones in Kalyan and Dombivli: 1. Zojwala Complex, c wing, Chakkinaka, Kalyan (E), Near Metro Mall, Metro Residency, Kalyan (E) 2. Tisai darshan bld,Kalyan (E), Santosh Darshan, Kalyan East, mansorovar sadgurukurpa sankul 3. Mansasarovar lokdhara, kalyan (E) 4. Sai, Vinayak Mahal, VijaY Nagar, Kalyan East,heera tower,Kalyan East 5. Hanuman nagar, Patripool, near radha krishan mandir, kalyan (E) 6. Ganesh chawl, katemanivili , Bhgwan nagar kalyan (E) 7. Mahalaxmi Shopping Centre Kalyan East 8. Om Parijat Society 9. New Shanti Sadan , Tisgaonpada 10. Parnakuti Chawl Saibaba Nagar 11. Tisaikunj, Santosh Nagar 12. Mhatre Nagar,Sainathwadi Dom East 13. Ayregaon Hanuman Mandir 14. Rajaram Complex Garibacha Wada 15. Nilkanthdhara,phase2 bwing Raju Nagar ,Dombivali West 16. Vandana smruti girija mata mandir old dombivili (w) 17. Ganga Niwas, Velankar School, Jayhind Colony Dombivili (w) 18. Gurudeep Bld, App. Swastik Tower, Devicha Pada Dombivili (W) 19. Sai darshan bld,Kumbharkhanpada dombivili (w) 20. swarupanand co opp,.hou soc,gupte road, dombivili (W) 21. Om sai deep chawl, Mothgaon Retibander road, dombivli (w) 22. Shivganga Bld, Navapada Kanoji Jethe Nagar Dom West 23. Shivdarshan Navagaon Anand Nagar Dombivali West 24. Shevantidham 201,Bedekar Galli Thakurwadi Dombivali West Wd 54 25. Om Gangeshwar,Sai Health Care, Hospital Dombivali West jayhind Colony ward 57 26. Tridev Society, Anand Nagar wd 55 27. Bhavesh bhoirs own house, gavdevi mandir,Gavdevi Road Near Railway Track Dom West 28. Jaiganesh Soc, Telkoswadi, Dombivili (W),,Urvashi bld, Near Kidland School, Telkoswadi, old 29. vishal park rd from charubama school smashan bhoomi kopargaon 30. Nav sanjay society -prasad bar karve rd,to ganpati sadan dombivali west 31. Shruti Park B-wing room no. 403 deslepada,Mangalmuti apt Near Mayuresh Mandir Deslepada 32. Oshan heights, near Vidya Niketan,school,manpada,Vaze bhaga Bld, Manpada Dombivali East 33. Jimkhana Rd, Behind surya Hospital,Mahallaxmi Apt Mahesh Patil Nagarsevak banglow 34. Swapnpurti Chawl, Nandivili, Kalyan (E)OM Sai park d wing, SAI Vishw nagar nadivili kalyan (E)Nandivali,Dhanshree chawl, room no.305 nandivili , kalyan 35. Aryan Apartment, 2nd floor Malang Road Kalyan East 50-50 dhaba,Balaji Colony , Room no.4, chawl no.11, kalyan ,Riddhi siddhi Pisavali 36. Pandurang Aprt ,Matoshree School Dom ,Sakar apartment ajadegaon Domb, apartment , Rudra Apartment Room No. 504 Ajadegaon Dom 37. mayureshwar bld,VIGNESWAR DARSAN BLDG,,STAR COLONY ganesh mandir DOMBIVALI EAST,sagaon 38. Shankeshwar plus hos soc near mangeshi city kolvili , 2) kalyan (w), Shankeshwar Platinum, Kolivili 39. Chandra bhaga bld, adharwadi Kolvali road, kalyan (W) 40. Devashish Bld.Durgadi chowk, kalyan (w) 41. Shree complex,BLD . Sai dham near don bosco school kalyan (w) 42. Samruddhi apartment, Juna dudh naka kalyan (w) 43. annpurna nagar, behind apurva lake view adharwadi , kalyan (w) 44. Jay Sairam Bld no.6 Chanakya Nagar ,Umbarde Kalyan West 45. Moulavi Compound, Ijaj Bld, Retibandar Rd, Govindwadi Kalyan West 46. Ashfak Don,Kalyan West 47. Madhav Sankalp, Kashish Park Kalyan west 48. Godrej Park Near KD Hotel,Barave Road Kalyan W 49. Yogidham Safire,kalyan West 50. Cypress Bld.Vasant Valley Khadakpada Kalyan west 51. Vishal Mathura Bld opp sandip Hotel 52. Lodha Garden, Gandhare Rd 53. Vrundavan Park, Gauripada,Kalyan West 54. Mangeshi Shrushti,Phase-I,II Kalyan West 55. Shankeshwar krupa ,Kokan ratna Hotel Kalyan West 56. Gokul Varsha Bld,near gajanan Hospital Kalyan West 57. Yash Parvati Niketan ,Jay Bholenath Temple, Ramdaswadi Kalyan West 58. Mahavir Hts Gokul Nagari Khadakpada Kalyan West 59. Megha Silvaraj Holy cross School, karnik Rd.Kalyan West 60. Lord Sumatinath, Tarangan Ashwini Bld Vayle Nagar Kalyan West 61. Balaji Residency,Katemanivili Naka, Kalyan ,shivaji colony , Shreeram Nivas, kalyan 62. Saket tower ,Salwe bld , Near Mhsoba chowk, Karpewadi, Kolsewadi kalyan East,Karpewadi 63. Trimurti colony,Behind Laxmipuram bld, Vitthalwadi, kalyan(E) 64. Sai Krupa Bld. A-wing Ganeshwadi 65. Om Sai Apartment ,F-Cabin Road,Vithalmandir 66. Ganga vihar Colony,Neharu Nagar Vithalwadi 67. Nav Vaishali Apartment Durga Mata Mandir Rd 68. Sunil nagar prabhat tower, Dombivili (E) 69. Raghuveer Nagar(Sangita wadi), shiv sadan Bld. Leva Bhawan Dom East 70. Pandurang wadi (Sangita wadi) 71. Pendse nagar, moti sadan society 72. Ravikiran bld, kanchangao, khambalpada, Thakuli dombivali east 73. Chamunda garden (kumbharkhanpada) 74. Khambalpada villge 75. Saibalaji sankul, atali road, ambivili,Hari Niwas Chawl, Near Gavdevi Mandir behind Shivsena Office,Atali 76. Vaibhav Sadan, Yadav Nagar Road, Mohane Ambivali East 77. Shankar Maharaj chawl, Shivaji Nagar Atali Ambivali (W) 78. Mourya Colony R.No. 4 Chawl No. 2 Titwala West,Sai Darshan Chawl R.No.6 Panchwati Titwala West 79. Siddhivinayak Chawl no.4 R.No. 6 Shivsena Shakha Titwal East 80. Regency Sarvam Bld.Titwala East 81. Hariom Valley Titwala East 82. Charms pak ganeshwadi, rukhmini gardan , near mahaganpati hospital, titwala (E) 83. NRC Colony Ambivali East 84. Mangeshi dham soc, Tanaji nagar, Near Mangesh Gaikar Bunglow Highway road, kalyan (w) 85. Premakrupa Society, Oak Baug Near kalyan Railway Station 86. sushant bld, near joker talkies rm no. 20 kalyan west 87. Ashok Nagar, Waldhuni , Kalyan (W),adarsh colony bld 988 railway quarter ashok nagar waldhuni kalyan west (To view our epaper please click here. 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Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)kalyanDombivliKDMCKalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporationcontainment zonesRecent StoriesPM to undertake aerial surveys of cyclone-hit Bengal, Odisha on Friday; take part in review meetings Civil Aviation Ministry categorises tickets for domestic flights into 7 fare bands: Here is all you need to know Maharashtra's coronavirus tally crosses 41,000-mark; 64 new deaths After Maharashtra prohibits inter-district travel, Railways to provide full refund for cancelled tickets for trains scheduled to run from June 1Lockdown 4.0: States/UTs can delineate zones and decide on activities prohibited or allowed; night curfew mandatory, says MHA 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
2020-05-20Mumbai crosses 24,000 mark with 841 new cases; 41 more die - The Hindu
Mumbai crosses 24,000 mark with 841 new cases; 41 more die 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 | Lockdown 4.0: A list of what is allowed News Cities Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai crosses 24,000 mark with 841 new cases; 41 more die Jyoti Shelar Mumbai, May 20, 2020 23:56 IST Updated: May 20, 2020 23:56 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Finishing touches: A worker arranges beds at a new 325-bed quarantine facility set up at Mahalaxmi Race Course.   | Photo Credit: Emmanual Yogini Jyoti Shelar Mumbai, May 20, 2020 23:56 IST Updated: May 20, 2020 23:56 IST BMC insists there is no community transmission yet; 71% cases from this month Mumbai recorded 1,372 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, the third-highest jump in a single day, pushing its tally to 24,118. The city also recorded 41 deaths, the second-highest rise, taking the death toll to 841.The number of cases and deaths have rapidly increased this month. The city now had contributed to nearly 61% of the cases and 60% of the deaths reported in Maharashtra. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), however, has maintained that Mumbai is not in the stage of community transmission yet. “The positive cases we are recording are mostly coming from containment zones and quarantine facilities. We are still in the stage of local transmission,” additional municipal commissioner Suresh Kakani said. Of the total number of cases in the city, 17,057 — nearly 71% — have been reported this month. The death toll also saw a sharp rise in May, with the city losing an average of 27 people every day to the infection.Of the deaths reported on Wednesday, 29 patients were men and 12 were women. Of these, 32 patients had co-morbidities. Besides, 350 patients were discharged from hospitals. A total of 6,466 patients have recovered and gone home so far. 25 positive in DharaviDharavi reported 25 new cases on Wednesday, pushing the total in the area to 1,378. Asia’s largest slum now has more cases than many Indian cities. Most of the new cases were from Matunga labour camp, which is a COVID-19 hotspot. Of the 1,353 cases for which data is available, 525 have been discharged so far, which means Dharavi’s recovery rate stands at 39%. With 56 deaths, its death rate is 4.1% Until recently, M East ward had the highest death rate in Mumbai around 10%, much higher than Dharavi. Mahim also reported 15 new cases, primarily owing to cases in Mahim Police Colony. The area now has 249 cases. Dadar reported 11 new cases, taking its count to 187. Both Dadar and Mahim fall under the same G North ward as Dharavi. In Mahim, 76 people have been discharged so far, while in Dadar, the figure is 86. BMC surveys The BMC has started a door-to-door survey in slum areas to refer suspected patients to a nearby health facility. So far, over 58 lakh households have been surveyed, from which 7,447 people with influenza-like symptoms have been referred. In a survey of senior citizens, health workers are reaching out to senior citizens and checking their blood oxygen levels. Civic officials said more than 1.68 lakh senior citizens have been screened, and of them 1,279 were found to have low oxygen level and referred to nearby hospitals and dispensaries. In 357 screening camps held by the BMC in slums, 5,188 swabs were taken, of which 683 returned positive. These patients were immediately quarantined.80% pvt. hospital bedsMr. Kakani said the State has announced to take over 80% beds in private hospitals. “The rates are being worked out and we will soon get a comprehensive notification,” he said. The additional beds will be made available to COVID-19 as well as non-COVID-19 patients through the government. He said a notification is mostly likely to be issued on Thursday.43 cases in Navi MumbaiNavi Mumbai recorded 43 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking its tally to 1364. Six deaths were also reported, taking the death toll under the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation to 45.Of the six deaths, three are related to the APMC market — a 52-year-old woman from Turbhe who worked at the masala market, a 65-year-old from Koparkhairane who worked as a gatekeeper at the market, and 58-year-old from Koparkhairane who worked at the grain market. Meanwhile 22 people recovered on Wednesday, taking the total number of recoveries to 532. Of the cases reported on Wednesday, 13 were from Koparkhairane, nine from Nerul, eight from Turbhe, six from Ghansoli, three from Belapur, two from Vashi and one each from Airoli and Digha.Meanwhile, Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner Sudhakar Deshmukh was transferred as the Panvel civic chief, replacing Ganesh Deshmukh. “I will continue the work Ganesh Desgmukh did and try to make Panvel free of coronavirus,” Mr. Sudhakar Deshmukh said. In Panvel, 16 cases were reported, of which eight were from Kamothe, four from Kalamboli, three from New Panvel and one from Taloja, taking its total to 305. Two deaths were reported, taking the toll to 12. A 50-year-old woman from Kamothe and a 63-year-old woman from Taloja with co-morbid conditions were reported to have died. Of the total positive cases, 19 recovered on Wednesday, taking the total recoveries to 151.(Inputs from Tanvi Deshpande, Raina Assainar) You have reached your limit for free articles this month. 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2020-05-20COVID-19: Here are the highlights of May 20 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19: Here are the highlights of May 20You are in an offline modeCOVID-19: Here are the highlights of May 20By Ria SharmaRia Sharma, Mirror Online | Updated: May 20, 2020, 21:35 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational Image. Photo: ReutersThe Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday said that India has recorded 0.2 deaths per lakh population. With 5,611 new cases reported in the last 24 hours, India's count of coronavirus cases on Wednesday soared to 1,06,750, including 42,298 recoveries and 3,303 deaths, the Ministry added. Joint Secretary of the Health Ministry, Lav Agarwal, said, "When the first lockdown started in India, the recovery rate was around 7.1 per cent. The recovery rate during the second lockdown was 11.42 per cent, which further rose to 26.59 per cent. Today the recovery rate is 39.62 per cent." Here are the other highlights of May 20:- Maharashtra reports 2250 new COVID-19 cases 2250 new COVID-19 cases and 65 deaths were reported in Maharashtra today. Total number of cases in the state is now at 39,297, including 27,581 active cases and 1390 deaths, the State Health Department informed. Dharavi reports 25 new positive cases Dharavi reported 25 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday. The total number of positive cases in the area now stands at 1378, according to state health department data. No new death was reported in Dharavi in the last 24 hours. A senior BMC official said that the new cases were found in Baliga Nagar, Dharavi Cross Road, Azad Nagar, Kamla Nehru Nagar, Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Indira Nagar and some other localities of Dharavi. Marathi actors, directors and producers interact with CM Thackeray With the pandemic severely affecting the entertainment industry, representatives from the Marathi film industry including actors, directors, and producers interacted with Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to discuss the way forward. During the meeting, the CM assured them that he would look into their issues while he asked for suggestions. The members also appealed to the CM to allow the resumption of post-production work. Read the full story here Ulhasnagar reports six new cases; Badlapur tally climbs to 124 Ulhasnagar reported six new cases, taking the tally to 144. So far, 33 people have been cured and discharged while 5 have succumbed to the virus, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) informed. Out of the six cases, four have come up in Samrat Ashok Nagar, Ulhasnagar-3 itself. Two 60-year-old women, a 55-year-old woman and a 57-year-old man tested positive for COVID-19 in the area. All of them have been admitted to the designated hospital in the city. Ola, Uber issued permission to ply 100 vehicles each in Mumbai Ola and Uber have been allowed to ply 100 cabs each by the Mumbai Traffic Police to ferry passengers to the various railway stations for their scheduled journey. A traffic police official made it clear that the passengers will have to produce hard or soft copies of the e-Ticket during checking by police at the various Nakabandis. Accept corona as part of life, return to normalcy: Sharad Pawar NCP President Sharad Pawar said that coronavirus will not be completely wiped out soon and it is imperative to "accept it as part of life" while limping back to normalcy. He said the ongoing lockdown 4.0 has severely disrupted transport services and that necessary steps must be taken to gradually restore road transport within the state, besides planning for resumption of air and rail services. Milind Deora to set up 900 beds at isolation facilities in South Mumbai To cater to the growing need of quarantine facilities in the city, Congress leader Milind Deora is working towards setting up centers in south Mumbai, which will be ready by next week. One center with 250 beds will soon come up at St Xavier’s High School near Metro Cinema. Other facilities are expected at the MP Mill compound and Malabar Hill. In all, Deora will be instrumental in setting up 900 beds. He has already handed over a 100-bed isolation facility at Najam Baug, Dongri, to the BMC. The beds are for semi-critical COVID patients and will be equipped with oxygen cylinders. Mumbai: Kin of cops felled by COVID-19 to get Rs 65 lakh each Kin of Mumbai police personnel falling victim to coronavirus will be entitled to compensation totaling Rs 65 lakh to help rebuild their shattered lives, officials said on Wednesday. The deceased police personnel's family would be entitled to Rs 50 lakh from the Maharashtra government plus a job for one dependent, Rs 10 lakh from the Mumbai Police Foundation (MPF), and Rs 5 lakh through private bank insurance cover. Domestic passenger flights to resume in a calibrated manner from May 25: Aviation Minister Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Wednesday said that domestic scheduled commercial passenger flights will resume operations in a calibrated manner from May 25. He also added that all airports and air carriers are being informed to be ready for operations from 25th May. MHA gives nod to conduct board exams of classes 10 and 12, exempts them from lockdown measures Union Home Minister Amit Shah informed that the Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to grant exemption from the lockdown measures to conduct board examination for 10th and12th classes with conditions including social distancing and the use of face masks. Wearing of face masks by teachers, staff and students will be mandatory along with provision of thermal screening and sanitizer as well as social distancing in all the examination centers. Priyanka Gandhi urges UP govt to run buses for stranded migrants Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra urged Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to allow Congress to ply buses to help ferry migrant workers to their native places. As many as 900 buses are waiting for permits from the Uttar Pradesh government, she claimed via a video message, so they can move from the Ghaziabad border, where they have been for the last 24 hours. Priyanka also went to the extent of saying that if the officials wish to use the flags and stickers of the Bharatiya Janata Party on the buses, they can do that as well. 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2020-05-20Panvel crosses 300 mark, 16 new cases reported - Hindustan Times
2020-05-20Coronavirus: 10,000 plus discharged so far in Maharashtra - Deccan Herald
Coronavirus: 10,000 plus discharged so far in MaharashtraOn Wednesday, 65 people died pushing the total to 1,390 XShare viaShare permalinkMrityunjay Bose , DHNS, Mumbai, May 20 2020, 21:34 istupdated: May 20 2020, 21:34 istThe COVID-19 cases continued to mount in Maharashtra but what comes as twin good news is that over 10,000 patients have been treated and sent back home and the number of tests conducted crossed 3 lakh. Meanwhile, even as Lockdown 4.0 is in force,  there are signs for relaxation.On Wednesday,  a total of 679 were discharged taking the progressive total to 10,318. Meanwhile,  of 3,07,072 laboratory samples, 2,67,775 were negative and 39,297 have been tested  positive for COVID-19 till date. On Wednesday,  65 people died pushing the total to 1,390. On the other hand, 2,250 patients tested positive taking the total to 39,297. Of these,  27,581 are active cases. Of the 65 deaths,  41 were reported in Mumbai,  where death toll has reached 841. The total positive cases in Mumbai stands at 24,118.Besides, 13 deaths were reported in Pune, 3 in Navi Mumbai,  2 in Pimpri-Chinchwad, 2 in Solapur, 2 in Ulhasnagar and 2 in Aurangabad. Meanwhile,  at a high-level meeting, Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray undertook a review of  the situation and the preparedness.Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehra, Secretaries of various departments, Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal, Director General of Police Subodh Jaiswal and others were present.The meeting comes a day after Leader of Opposition and ex-CM Devendra Fadnavis called on the Governor and said that the Maha Vikas Aghadi government has failed in handling the crisis. On Tuesday evening, state Public Health Minister  Rajesh Tope said: "It is correct that cases are increasing and this is a matter of concern,  but doubling rate also have gone up.  At the same time,  nearly 10,000 patients have been treated. Also,  it is to be noted that we have conducted more tests than any other state."NCP supremo Sharad Pawar has, meanwhile, tweeted: "Corona disease will not be completely eradicated shortly. It is necessary to accept the corona as a part of life, beware of it and create awareness among the masses about health care. In Japan, people wear masks, look after personal hygiene as part of their routine social life."Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribe DH Newsletter Privacy Policy Get top news in your inbox daily GET IT MaharashtraMumbaiCoronavirusCOVID-19Uddhav Thackeray Related stories Cabinet decisions will help several citizens: PM Modi... Nepal releases new maps including areas of India... AAP launches exercise to define its COVID-19 'Red' zone... Indian Railways set to resume intrastate services CM Jagan lays out plans for new normalcy post-COVID... 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2020-05-20Mumbai: Ulhasnagar municipal commissioner transferred as Panvel civic body chief - Hindustan Times
2020-05-20COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports six new cases; Badlapur tally climbs to 124 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports six new cases; Badlapur tally climbs to 124You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports six new cases; Badlapur tally climbs to 124By Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 20, 2020, 21:39 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported six new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, taking the tally to 144 in the city. So far, 33 people have been cured and discharged while 5 have succumbed to the virus, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) informed. Out of the six cases, four have come up in Samrat Ashok Nagar, Ulhasnagar-3 itself. Two 60-year-old women, a 55-year-old woman and a 57-year-old man tested positive for COVID-19 in the area. All of them have been admitted to the designated hospital in the city. A 56-year-old man from Section 22, Ulhasnagar-3 has been infected with the virus and is undergoing treatment in the city's COVID care hospital, while a 45-year-old man from Bewas Park, Ulhasnagar-2 has tested positive and is being treated at Kalyan's Fortis hospital. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Dharavi reports 25 new coronavirus positive cases today; tally climbs to 1378On Wednesday, Dharavi reported 25 new COVID-19 cases. The total number of COVID-19 positive cases in the area now stands at 1378, according to state health department data. No new death was reported in Dharavi in the last 24 hours. On the other hand, five fresh cases were recorded in Badlapur on Wednesday. The total number of COVID positive patients in the city now stands at 124. A 49-year-old woman and an 11-year-old boy from Dattawadi, Badlapur East have tested positive for the contagious virus. Both of them have been identified as contacts of previously infected persons. In Sanewadi, a 61-year-old man and a 55-year-old woman have tested positive. A 35-year-old man residing in Hendrepada, Badlapur West has also been diagnosed as positive for coronavirus. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw one new coronavirus victim on Wednesday, while two patients have migrated. Thus, there are a total of 47 positive cases in the city at present. Untitled Carousel Maharashtra: 72 per cent of active COVID-19 cases are asymptomaticIndia on Wednesday reported its highest ever spike in cases after reporting 5,611 fresh COVID-19 cases. Of India's tally of new cases, 2,127 cases belong to Maharashtra alone. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Millionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesDell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradHousewives are making Rs.6500/day from home!Career Times You never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTOEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj AllianzBeat your lockdown blues with Official BhootiyagiriBhootiyagiriCoronavirus - Ahmedabad Becomes A Big WorryIndiatimesState Governments Suspend Labour Laws - What Does It mean?Indiatimes
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2020-05-20Coronavirus in Mumbai's Dharavi: 25 test positive for COVID-19 on May 20; here are their details - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai's Dharavi: 25 test positive for COVID-19 on May 20; here are their detailsBy FPJ Web Desk Maharashtra on Wednesday recorded 65 COVID-19 deaths and 2,250 new cases, officials said. Representative Image File Image Mumbai's Dharavi, believed to be the biggest slum in Asia, on Tuesday recorded 25 new COVID-19 cases, taking the overall tally to 1,378, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official said.Six cases were found in Matunga Labour Colony within the area. However, no new death was reported since Tuesday evening, the BMC official said. The death toll stands at 56. The mortality rate in Dharavi due to the pandemic is 4.1 per cent, he added.Here are their details of the 25 positive patients tested on May 20:1. 54F - Dr Baliga Nagar2. 42M, 27F, 60F, 73F, 33M, 58M - Matunga Labour Camp3. 55F - Indira Nagar4. 75M, 28F - 60 Feet Road5. 32M, 57F - Uttar Bhartiya Society6. 33M, 41F - Kalpataru CHS7. 34F, 55M - 90 Feet Road8. 32M - Rajiv Gandhi NagarAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Bombay HC to decide on burial of Muslims dying from COVID-19 in Bandra cemetery 9. 34M - Transit Camp10. 34M, 62M, 54M - Azad Nagar11. 52F - Ramasethu Chawl12. 45M - Kamla Nehru Nagar13. 70F, 40M - Dharavi Cross RoadMeanwhile, Maharashtra on Wednesday recorded 65 COVID-19 deaths and 2,250 new cases, officials said. With 65 fatalities, the state death toll now stands at 1,390 and the total number of coronavirus patients increased from 37,136 to 39,397 now. There are 27,581 active cases now. Of the total 65 deaths, 41 were recorded in Mumbai alone, taking the city's toll to 841 now, while the number of COVID-19 positive patients here shot up by 1,372 cases to touch 24,118. Also, there were 15 deaths in Pune, 5 in Thane (Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar), besides 2 each Solapur and Aurangabad.(With input from Agencies) Also ReadRanvir Shorey tried to help his household help's pregnant and wife paid the price of being nice (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)MUmbaiDharaviCOVID-19Coronavirus PandemicRecent StoriesRailways Reloaded: 200 passenger trains to run from June 1; bookings to begin from 10 AM on May 21Decisions focussed on migrants, poor, senior citizens taken: PM Modi Ranvir Shorey tried to help his household help's pregnant and wife paid the price of being niceAre shops open in Pune? Check out PMC's new guidelines for jewellery, stationery, footwear, clothing and other shopsCyclone Amphan: Strong winds and rain lash West Bengal, 12 people killed 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
2020-05-20Coronavirus in Pune: Full list of new containment zones in Pune Municipal Corporation on May 20 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Pune: Full list of new containment zones in Pune Municipal Corporation on May 20By FPJ Web DeskRepresentative Image Photo by BL Soni Pune Municipal Corporation Mayor Murlidhar Mohol on Tuesday evening said that 110 patients became COVID-19 free in the day and the total number COVID-19 free patients in the city are now 1,910. Also, 8 patients succumbed to the virus in the day and 149 fresh positive cases were registered. The total number of COVID-19 cases in the city are 3,747.The Pune Municipal Corporation also released a new list of containment zones in the city. The PMC has removed 24 areas from an earlier list of 69 containment zones, and have added 19 new areas to the micro- containment list.“PMC had adopted the micro-containment zone policy and keeping the rest of the city open for other activities. Earlier, 69 micro-containment areas were announced, but as there are no new patients in 24 of these micro-containment zones, the areas are being removed from the list,” said PMC commissioner Shekhar Gaikwad. Here is a list of new micro-containment zones in the city: 1. Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar - Junabazar, Mangalwar Peth, Juna Bazar Premises (Final Plot No. 897,898) 2. Parvati Darshan 1 - Welankarnagar, Laxminarayan Theater, Parvati Darshan, ST Colony, Hotel Panchami area 3. Parvati Darshan 2 - Parvatidarshan colony on the west side of Rambhau Mhalgi road4. Parvati Dandekar pool slum - Parvati Final Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones from Colaba in SoBo to Borivali in West and Mulund in East issued by BMC as of May 205. Parvati Dattawadi - Parvati Final Plot No. 558 Dattawadi area 6. Kasba, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth - Kasba, Vishrambagwada, Bhavani Peth, Somvar Peth, Mangalvar Peth, Budhvar Peth, Guruvar Peth, Shukravar Peth (Pai), Raviwar Peth, Rasta Peth, Nana Peth, Bhavani Peth, Mahatma Phule Peth (Ganj Peth), Ganesh Peth , Kasba Peth, Ghorpadi Peth.7. Pune Station, Tadiwala Road - Sweeper Chawl, Bhim Sanghatana Rajaratan, Vishwadeep Tarun Mitramadal, Maruti Mandir-1, Bal Mitramandal, Maruti Mandir-2. Drought vasahat, Sangeeta vasahat, Kapila Dairy Premises, Lokseva Mitramandal Ulhasnagar, Khadda vasahat, Lokseva vasahat, Chavan Chawl, Panmala Private Road, Indiranagar Private Road, Vikasnagar, Siddharthnagar Private Road, Kinara Nalanda Private Road, Patryachi Chawl Private Road. Tadiwala Road8. Bhavani Peth, Manjulabai Chawl - Manjulabai Chawl C.S.No. 778. 786. 787 Bhavani Peth9. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 1 - Golwalkar Guruji Path West Taljai Vasahat10. Parvati, Taljai Vasti 2 - Suvarna Society, Ramabai Ambedkar Society, Rohidas Society, Veer Lahuji Society Swapnasakar Society area 11. Parvati Shivdarshan 1 - Settlement on the west of Rambhau Mhalgi Path 12. Parvati Shivdarshan 2 - Settlement on the east of Rambhau Mhalgi Path 13. Parvati, Shahu vasahat - Parvati, Shahu vasahat, Area opposite Gajanan Maharaj Temple 14. Katraj, Sudhamatanagar area - Katraj, S.No. 66 Sundhamatanagar adjoining area15. Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar - Ambegaon Plateau, Siddhivinayak Colony, Navnathnagar areaAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Bombay Canteen staff member tests positive for COVID-1916. Bibwewadi, Ambedkarnagar, Market Yard - Bibwewadi Srno. 570, Amedkarnagar vashat 17. Gultekdi Diasplot - Plot No. 429 Diasplot vashat 18. Gultekdi, Meenatai Thakrenagar - Gultekdi, Flat no 427, Meenatai Thakre vasahat 19. Bibwewadi S.No 650 - Bibwewad Sr no 640, 648, 659 Upper Indira Nagar vashat, Shivarayanagar S.No. 658 20. Bibwewadi S.No. 650 - Bibwewadi Sr no 649, 650, 651, 652, area behind Aimata Mandir. 21. Bibwewadi, Gultekdi, Dholemala Slum - Bibwewadi 430, 430 A1 A2, and 430 B22. Bibwewadi, Premnagar vashat - Bibwewadi S.No. 690 (4) Premnagar vashat23. Gultekdi, Shakarsheth Road - Gultekdi, Panorama Society, Near Kumar Pacific Mall, Shankarsheth Road24. Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks - Bibwewadi, Anant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks area 25. Bibwewadi Gaothan - Bibwewadi Gaothan, Sant Society, Hutatama Babu Genu area Also ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones in Vashi, Belapur, Nerul, Airoli and Turbhe released by NMMC as of May 2026. Yerawada, Nagpur Chawl - Nagpur Chawl area 27. Yerawada Sec 6 - Looproad, Jail Road, Hot Mix Plot Road. Full section of Pune Nagar Road, Yerawada Gaothan, New Khadki Gaothan, Ganesh Nagar, Mother Teresa Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Subhashnagar, Ashoknagar, Balajinagar, Kamarajnagar etc.28. Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar, Alandi Road - Yerawada, Adarsh ​​Indiranagar29. Dhanori Chaudharinagar - Dhanori S.No. 29 (4) and 31 (4) Chaudharinagar, Gokulnagar, Mujoba Vasti Premises30. Yerawada Dhere Talao Premises - Yerawada Late Keshavrao Dhere Talao area 31. Hadapsar, Ramnagar - Shardabai Londhe School, S. No. 110 Ramtekdi, Ramnagar Mosque Premises32. Hadapsar, Ramtekadi - Good Shepherd Committee Church, School for blind, Vitthal Mandir Premises, Valmiki vasti, Prathama Building, SRF Premises33. Hadapsar, Gosavivasti, Vaiduwadi - Vaiduwadi, Riddhi Siddhi Building Complex, Lakshmi Mata Mandir Complex, Diamond Bakery Complex, Omkar Hospital Complex, Silver Tower Complex areas 34. Hadapsar, Sayyednagar 1 - Premises near Syednagar Street No. 1A to 6A Syednagar Railway Gate35. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 2 - Ashiana Hall Complex, Street No. 8A to 28A, Ashabi Rasool Masjid Complex36. Hadapsar, Sayyadnagar 3, Ghulam Ali Nagar - Canara Bank ATM Complex, First Apartment Complex, Jama Masjid Complex, Navjivan Nursing Home Complex, Kamal Hospital Complex, Sayyednagar Street No. 1B to 15B37. Hadapsar, Ghulam Alinagar - All Streets in Ghulam Alinagar, Yusufiya Masjid Premises, Ideal English Medium Primary School Premises, Garib Nawaz Masjid PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC health dept issues guidelines to curb COVID-19 and treat patients38. Kondhwa Khurd Shivneri Nagar - Kondhwa Khurd Gaothan Campus, Srihansnagar Campus, Srihansnagar Street No. 1 to 36, Pearl Drop School Campus39. Kondhwa Khurd Bhagyodayanagar - Bhagyodayanagar, Kondhwa Road, North: Bhagyodayanagar Road South: Shital Petrol Pump Pari West: Bandhannagar Premises, Umar Premises, Sahil Masjid Premises40. Kondhwa Khurd Tamboli Bazaar - Mithanagar Complex, Gagan Imrald Society Complex, Al Noor Masjid Complex, Akshar Dham Society Complex, Mount Haven Society Complex, West: Maharashtra Trust Educational Trust College Education Trust Mithanagar Street No. 1 to 1841. Kondhwa Khurd Mithanagar - East: Bhairiba Nala and Kondhwa Road, West Unity Park Co. Op. Society & Road, North: Ashoka Music Society, South: Ashrafnagar area 42. Wanwadi, S.R.P.F. - Wanwadi SRPF No. 1 & 2, Nanavatinagar43. Hadapsar, Gosavi Vasti - Hadapsar, S.No. 106A (Pa), Gosavi Vasti, Pune Solapur Road area around the canal44. Shivajinagar Railway Line, Vasahat on the south - Shivajinagar Railway Line South Colony Final Plot 11,23,24,25,26,29 Shivajinagar45. Shivajinagar, Kamgar putla - Shivajinagar Kamgar putla vashat, Old Artillery, Rajiv Gandhinagar46. Shivajinagar, Mahatma Gandhi Slum - Mahatma Gandhi Colony Shivajinagar, Patkar Plot, Mahatma Gandhi Nagar (Final Plot No. 67)47. Shivajinagar, Patil Estate - Patil Estate, Patil Estate Colony, Final Plot No. 65 + 66 ShivajinagarAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC health dept issues guidelines to curb COVID-19 and treat patients48. North side of Shivajinagar railway line - Shivajinagar Railway Line North Vishnukrupa Nagar Final Plot No. 29 Shivajinagar49. Shivajinagar, slum near Labor Commissioner's office - Bhoslewadi, Wakdewadi, F. Plot no. 58 out of 5950. Yerawada, Shakti Apartment, Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar - Yerawada, Shakti Apartment and Lokshahir Annabhau Sathenagar, Sangamwadi Area51. Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Ramwadi - Yerawada, Siddharthnagar, Area around Ramwadi toll plaza 52. Yerawada, White House Society - Yerawada, White House Society Premises53. Wadgaon Sheri - Wadgaon Sheri, Saikripa Society, Vitthalnagar, Digambarnagar54. Yerawada Gandhinagar 1 - S.No. 103 Yerawada Jayaprakashnagar, Gandhinagar55. Yerawada Gandhinagar 2 - Out of Sr no 103, Gandhinagar Yerawada Regional Office West56. Parvati Janata Vasahat - Parvati Paytha, Jayabhavaninagar, Janata Vasahat Premises57. Dhayari, Raikar Mala - Shivprathamesh Society, Pandav Samrajya, S.N. 75, 161 Raikar Mala Premises, Dhayari, Pune58. Hadapsar, Chintamaninagar, Near Railway Gate - Premises near Sayyednagar Magar Petrol Pump, Sant Teresa Church Premises, HDFC Bank ATM Premises, Maruti Mandir PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus outbreak: 1,411 new COVID-19 cases in Mumbai take tally to 22,563; 43 die59. Hadapsar, Adarsh ​​Colony - All six lanes in Gajanan Colony, ICICI Bank, (ATM) Premises, Hotel Sangram Premises, Anjuman Khairul Islam Premises60. Fursungi, Bhekrainagar - Fursugi S.No. 175, 176, 177, 178, Wadi 1784, 204, 206, 207 Bhekrainagar area61. Kodhwa Budruk Kakadevasti - West: Road leading from Aai Mata Mandir to Kodhwa Budruk, Isha Pal Society Road to the north. South: Risha Enclave Building Road. East: Hotel Ruchira Food Complex Sai Kunj62. Katraj, Khadoba Temple area - Khandoba Temple area, Katraj (S.N. 174 18 etc) Sainagar Kondhwa Bu. (S.N. 594., 60 etc.) Premises63. Dhankawadi, Balaji Nagar - Balajinagar Vashat, Dhankawadi, S.N 20, 21, 22, 23, Kashinath Patilnagar, Pawar Hospital Lane64. Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony - Erandwane, Rajput Vitbhatti colony,area near Mahadev temple65. Kothrud, Postman Colony, Shastrinnagar - Kothrud, S. 83, Postman Colony, Shastrinagar Paud Road Left Side PremisesAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Mulund MLA uses drones to swoop down on lockdown violators (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)punePune Municipal CorporationCOVID-19Coronavirus PandemicMurlidhar MoholRecent StoriesRailways Reloaded: 200 passenger trains to run from June 1; bookings to begin from 10 AM on May 21Decisions focussed on migrants, poor, senior citizens taken: PM Modi Ranvir Shorey tried to help his household help's pregnant and wife paid the price of being niceAre shops open in Pune? Check out PMC's new guidelines for jewellery, stationery, footwear, clothing and other shopsCyclone Amphan: Strong winds and rain lash West Bengal, 12 people killed 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
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2020-05-20Coronavirus in Maharashtra: COVID-19 tally up by 2,250 to 39,297; death toll 1,390 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Maharashtra: COVID-19 tally up by 2,250 to 39,297; death toll 1,390By PTICoronavirus in Maharashtra: COVID-19 tally up by 2,250 to 39,297; death toll 1,390Maharashtra on Wednesday recorded 2,250 new COVID-19 cases and 65 deaths, including 41 in worst-hit Mumbai, taking the overall tally to 39,297 and the number of fatalities to 1,390, a Health department official said.This was the fourth consecutive day when the state has reported more than 2,000 COVID-19 cases, he said.Of the 65 new deaths, 41 fatalities are reported from Mumbai, 13 from Pune city, 3 from Navi Mumbai, 2 each from Pimpri Chinchwad, Solapur, Ulhasnagar and Aurangabad city, he said.A total of 679 patients were discharged, taking the tally of the recovered cases to 10,318, the official said.Mumbai alone now accounts for 24,118 of the total 39,297 infections with 841 fatalities, he said.Thane division, which comprises Mumbai city, has reported 30,025 COVID-19 cases and 950 deaths so far, the official said.Pune, another coronavirus hotspot, has so far reported 4,049 cases and 215 deaths, he said, adding the entire Pune division has reported a total of 5,152 cases and 255 deaths.The Nashik division has recorded 1,344 cases and 85 deaths followed by the Kolhapur division with 322 infections and five fatalities, he said.The tally of coronavirus cases in Aurangabad stood t 1,236 with 37 deaths.The Latur division, also in Marathwada, has reported 146 cases and six deaths so far, he said.The Akola division has reported 577 cases and 34 deaths due to COVID-19 till now, the official said, adding that Nagpur's tally is 477 cases and seven deaths.A total of 48 people from other states are currently receiving treatment in Maharashtra and 11 of them have succumbed to the infection so far, the official said.Maharashtra so far conducted 3,07,072 tests of which 2,67,775 samples tested negative and 39,297 tested positive.The number of active containment zones in the state stood at 1,849 and 15,495 health squads have completed surveillance of 65.11 lakh people, the official said.A total of 4,04,692 people are currently placed under home quarantine and another 26,752 under institutional quarantine, he added.Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 39,297, new cases 2,250 deaths 1,390, discharged 10,318, active cases 27,581, people tested so far 3,07,072.maharashtraCoronavirusCOVID-19Recent StoriesDevendra Fadnavis is impatient and desperate but state govt is stable: Sharad PawarMaharashtra records staggering 97 COVID-19 deaths, highest number of single-day deaths until nowPassenger on IndiGo's Chennai-Coimbatore flight tests positive for COVID-19Coronavirus in Mumbai: Denied sick leave, KEM worker dies of COVID-19; family members test positiveCoronavirus in Mumbai: Sharp rise in vegetable prices as vehicles entry capped at wholesale market in Vashi 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
2020-05-20Coronavirus | Maharashtra adds 2,250 COVID-19 cases in a day - The Hindu
Coronavirus | Maharashtra adds 2,250 COVID-19 cases in a day Share On States Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Telangana Other States Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Telangana Other States Watch | Lockdown 4.0: A list of what is allowed News States Other States Other States Coronavirus | Maharashtra adds 2,250 COVID-19 cases in a day Shoumojit Banerjee PUNE , May 20, 2020 22:26 IST Updated: May 21, 2020 01:43 IST Share Article PRINT A A A A group of nurses enter a newly built 1008-bed Dedicated Covid Health Centre for semi-critical coronavirus patients at Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) exhibition ground, BKC in Mumbai, on Wednesday.   | Photo Credit: Vijay Bate Shoumojit Banerjee PUNE , May 20, 2020 22:26 IST Updated: May 21, 2020 01:43 IST Mumbai breaches 24,000-case mark Maharashtra reported yet another surge of more than 2,000 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday. The State recorded 2,250 new cases, taking the tally to 39,297, while 63 fatalities saw the death toll rise to 1,390.This is the second-highest case surge reported after the spike of 2,347 cases reported on May 17. Of the total cases, 27,581 are active, said State Health Department officials. As many as 679 patients were discharged on Wednesday, taking the total number of discharged till date to 10,318.Mumbai city recorded a staggering 1,372 of the new cases to breach the 24,000-case mark as its total case tally soared to 24,118.As per figures, 41 of the fatalities were reported from Mumbai as the city’s death toll shot to 841, while 15 deaths were reported from Pune district (including two from Pimpri-Chinchwad) to take its death toll to 226. However, as per Pune district authorities, the toll till Wednesday evening had risen to 229, with eight deaths during the day. Three more fatalities were reported from Navi Mumbai to take its total death toll to 27, while two deaths each were reported from Solapur, Aurangabad and Ulhasnagar.“About 74% of the deaths on Wednesday had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma and heart disease,” said State Surveillance Officer, Dr. Pradeep Awate.Pune district’s case tally, as per the State health department figures, has risen to 4,477, with the district reporting more than 150 new cases.Besides Mumbai, Thane in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) reported a massive surge of 140 new cases as the district’s tally soared to 2,309, while Navi Mumbai recorded a big spike of 89 new cases as its total tally reached 1,593 cases.While Vasai-Virar and Raigad saw an increase in cases reporting 11 and 15 new cases respectively, Mira-Bhayander Municipal Corporation, as per health department figures, saw a decrease in cases — from 331 on May 19 to 317 on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Malegaon city in Nashik district, a major virus hotspot in north Maharashtra, reported 27 new cases to take its tally to 681, even as the district’s tally rose to 868.Till date, 3,07,072 samples have been tested in Maharashtra of which 2,67,775 (more than 90%) have returned negative while 39,297 have tested positive.Dr. Awate said there were 1,849 active containment zones.“Presently, 4,04,692 people across the State were in home quarantine and 26,752 persons were in institutional quarantine facilities,” he said. You have reached your limit for free articles this month. Subscribe Now Already have an account ? Sign in Start your 14 days trial now. Sign Up Subscription Benefits Include Today's Paper Find mobile-friendly version of articles from the day's newspaper in one easy-to-read list. Unlimited Access Enjoy reading as many articles as you wish without any limitations. Personalised recommendations A select list of articles that match your interests and tastes. 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2020-05-19Covid19 LIVE Updates: India nears 1 lakh cases; Lockdown 4.0 begins today - Mumbai Mirror
Covid19 LIVE Updates: India crosses 1 lakh cases; Lockdown 4.0 begins todayMay 19, 2020, 09.33AMCovid19 LIVE Updates: India crosses 1 lakh cases; Lockdown 4.0 begins todayMumbai on Monday reported 1,185 fresh coronavirus cases and 23 more deaths, taking the total case count to 21,152 and the fatalities to 757.As many as 2,033 new cases of coronavirus and 51 deaths were reported from Maharashtra on Monday. The total number of cases in the state is now at 35,058, including 25,392 active cases and 1,249 deaths," said the state Health Department.To tackle the increasing numbers, the state government is likely to come up with a circular to take over all ICUs and 80 per cent of non-COVID beds in the city's private hospitals by Tuesday evening. Also, the BMC will open several more 'jumbo' isolation centres in the city, officials said on Monday, hours after the MMRDA handed over the operational charge of its newly built 1,000-bed facility at Bandra Kurla Complex to the municipality.With the fourth phase of lockdown commencing from today, India has crossed the 1 lakh-mark. The death toll in the country has also surpassed 3000.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-05-19 09:33(IST) COVID-19 cases cross 1 lakh mark with a single-day jump of 4,970 cases and 134 deaths; total cases 1,01,139 and death toll 3,163: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare2020-05-19 09:31(IST) West Bengal hawkers threaten protests if not extended cash supportHawkers in West Bengal on Mondaythreatened of staging protests if they are not extended cash support by the government, insisting that merely opening their stalls will not help them tide over the crisis amid the COVID-19 pandemic.The Mamata Banerjee-led government had earlier in the day said that hawkers' markets will be allowed to reopen from May 27."We have told our hawker friends to be ready for protests if cash support is not received for six months either from the Centre or the state government. Already, hawkers are surviving on their business capital," National Hawker Federation general secretary Shaktiman Ghosh said.2020-05-19 09:30(IST) Opening up many economic activities will raise COVID cases in Bengal: BJPWest Bengal Chief MinisterMamata Banerjee is opening up many economic activities in deference to what the other states were doing, but that could increase in Covid-19 cases, state BJP president Dilip Ghosh said on Monday."The Centre has imposed night curfew across the country from 7 pm to 7 am to restrict movement of people and to ensure proper maintenance of social distancing norms," Ghosh told newspersons here.But the West Bengal government has not asked its residents to strictly abide by the night curfew, he said claiming that Banerjee is creating a dangerous situation for the people of the state.He said that the system advocated by experts to contain the spread of coronavirus should have been followed, but she had opened up activities leading to the spread of the disease in new districts in the state, including Birbhum and Purba Bardhaman, while there are several cases in Murshidabad and Malda.2020-05-19 09:30(IST) Assam COVID-19 fatalities rise to 4; total cases now 115Two people died of COVID-19 in Asssam and 15 fresh cases were reported on Monday, taking the total number of deaths to four and coronavirus cases to 115 in the state, Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.A person died on Monday night before he was tested positive and a 71-year-old man, who was suffering from neck cancer and tested positive last week after returning from Mumbai by bus last week, died due to respiratory distress during the day, the minister said.Both the patients died in Guwahati Medical College Hospital.Besides these two deaths, a Tablighi Jamaat returnee from Hailakandi had died at Silchar Medical College and Hospital and a 16-year old girl who was also detected to be positive after she died in B Barooah Cancer Hospital in Guwahati2020-05-19 09:30(IST) Jamaat Islami Hind urges govt to exempt places of worship under Lockdown 4.0Prominent Muslim body Jamaat Islami Hind (JIH) on Monday urged the government to exempt places of worship under lockdown 4.0, saying people should be allowed to perform their religious practices maintaining social distancing.The Jamaat Islami Hind's Sharia Council also issued an advisory for Muslims on how they should spend the last days of Ramzan and how they should offer the Eid prayer.The advisory was issued by Sharia Council's President Maulana Jalaluddin Umari and its Secretary Maulana Raziul Islam Nadvi.The Jamaat's Shariah Council has demanded that the government and authorities should exempt the places of worship under lockdown 4.0, a JIH statement said."People should be permitted to practice their religious rites by maintaining social distancing," it said.2020-05-19 09:21(IST) Maharashtra: Four migrant workers killed, 15 injured in bus-truck collision in YavatmalFour migrants were killed and 15 others were injured after a bus that they were travelling in crashed into a truck in Maharashtra's Yavatmal on Tuesday morning.The bus had started from Solapur and was travelling to Jharkhand with the migrants.Over the last many days, reports of migrant workers losing their lives in road accidents and rail mishaps have been reported from across the country during the nationwide lockdown. Read full story here2020-05-19 09:09(IST) 3 women migrants killed in accident in UPThree women were killed and 17 injured when a mini-truck carrying migrant workers overturned after a tyre burst.The incident took place late on Monday night, at the Kamlpura village in Uttar Pradesh's Mahoba district.The mini-truck was carrying material from a crusher in Chhatarpur in Madhya Pradesh.Twenty-two migrant workers also got on to the mini -truck and when the vehicle overturned, the workers were buried under the crusher material.The district officials reached the site of the accident soon after receiving information and rescued the workers with the help of a crane.Mahoba Superintendent of Police M. L.Patidar said the vehicle, which was carrying the people from Delhi, overturned after a tyre burst.2020-05-19 08:56(IST) Tamil Nadu: Youth asks Manipuri women to 'go to China instead of spreading COVID-19'An ambulance driver has been arrested in Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu for racial discrimination against two Manipuri women.The accused has been identified as M .Vignesh (27) who demanded the women to go back to China before allegedly abusing and harassing them.Police sources said that Jenny Hoihmuankiam (19) had lodged a police complaint against Vignesh stating that he intercepted her and her friend and harassed them demanding them to go to China instead of spreading coronavirus in Coimbatore and Tamil Nadu.2020-05-19 08:43(IST) 10 CAPF companies deployed in State: Maha Home MinisterMaharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Monday said that 10 Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) companies have been deployed in various cities of the state to help maintain law and order during the lockdown."We had demanded the central government for deployment of 20 Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) companies in the state. Till now 10 companies have been deployed which include - 5 Rapid Action Force (RAF) companies, 3 Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) companies, and 2 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) companies," Deshmukh told reporters here."They have been sent to Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Malegaon and Amravati," he added.Earlier, the Maharashtra government on May 13 had requested 20 companies of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) from the Centre to help maintain law and order in the state.2020-05-19 08:37(IST) 'Heroes are back to serve again' says Mumbai Police as DCP resumes duty after beating COVID-19A senior officer working with the Mumbai Police resumed work on Tuesday after beating coronavirus and received a warm welcome from his colleagues.The official handle of Mumbai Police tweeted, "Guess who’s back? Back again? Heroes are back to serve Mumbai again! 191 Mumbai Police personnel have already beaten COVID19 & returned home while many others are on their way to recovery. And today, Abhinash Kumar, DCP Zone III, reported back on duty too." Read full story here08:16 AM (IST) Listen In: Mumbai's Jain family stuck in Turkey pleads for help7 members of the Jain family stuck in Turkey since March, approx 200 Indians are stuck in Turkey. India stopped all flights from March 18. 31 countries part of Phase 2; Turkey not part of list. Indian community has been amazing with offers of assistance. Indian community in Turkey is helping in every possible ways.2020-05-19 08:05(IST) Don’t lower your guard, MumbaiAfter three rounds of lockdown, Mumbai finally saw some relaxations on Monday, with more shops opening up, app-based cabs resuming operations, and e-commerce firms allowed to deliver non-essential goods. In the afternoon, thousands of vehicles were out on the city’s roads and there were traffic jams in some areas - an indication that many believe the worst is behind us and that life can more or less return to normal now. However, government officials and experts Mirror spoke to said despite the relaxations, the ever-increasing number of daily cases means that Mumbai needs to keep its guard up and avoid caving in to ‘lockdown fatigue’. Venturing out unnecessarily - or not taking the usual precautions when doing so - during this time could lead to a spike in cases and undo much of what the lockdown has achieved so far. Read full story here2020-05-19 07:40(IST) CM Uddhav Thackeray addresses the state on COVID-19 situation; cites 2 main challenges to focus on in Lockdown 4Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday appealed to the migrant workers not to walk on the roads. He said that the state is making adequate provisions for them and reiterated that trains and buses have started so that they reach home safely. “Please stay where you are and don’t get impatient. We will send you home safely,” he said. While addressing the state on the Covid-19 situation in the state, the CM also urged people belonging to Konkan and western Maharashtra not do anything in haste. “I would appeal to you to stay back, be patient and stay on for some more time,” he said. Stressing on the fact that there is a prescribed procedure which the migrants have to follow, he said, “Some who left from Maharashtra and reached their respective homes in different parts of the country, have tested positive. Now, the place they travelled to have become containment zones." Read full story here2020-05-19 07:39(IST) BMC issues advisory for sealing buildingsThe BMC has issued a revised protocol for sealing of buildings, according to which either the entire building or a floor can be sealed depending upon the local situation, area of the building concerned and the number of cases.It also said that positive symptomatic patients can be shifted to DCHC (Dedicated CoVID Health Center) or DCH (Dedicated CoVID Hospital), private or public facility as per the beds available and affordability of the patient.As per the civic body, the positive asymptomatic patients can be home quarantined if adequate facilities are available in house and with a self-declaration made by the patient concerned."The contacts of positive patients can be home quarantined depending on availability of the space and toilets," the BMC stated.It further said that houses of patients be disinfected along with the common areas, lifts, staircases etc, which can be done by either a private agency or the BMC."Once a building or a floor or a wing is sealed, the BMC will hand over the declaration of the sealed area to office-bearers of the society and explain them precautions to be taken," it stated.In an advisory for societies, the civic body said that no entry should be given to maids, vendors or service providers."All the societies are requested not to stigmatise or discriminate against such patients who arequarantined, and provide them support and psychological assurance without panic," the release said.Asking the housing societies to tie up with local vendors, medical shops and online merchants to deliver supplies at the society boundary, the BMC also suggested that they ensure delivery of essential supplies to home quarantined asymptomatic patients."BMC's health staff will be in contact with home quarantined asymptomatic patients and high-risk contacts and will do needful as per guideline," it said.2020-05-19 07:38(IST) Mumbai COVID-19 cases up by 1,185 to 21,152; death toll 757Mumbai on Monday reported 1,185 fresh COVID-19 cases and 23 more deaths, taking the total case count to 21,152 and the fatalities to 757, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said.A total of 13 of the 23 deceased were suffering from comorbidities.Of the 1,185 new cases, 300 samples were tested positive in private laboratories between May 12 and 16.The number of recovered patients mounted to 5,516 with 504 more people being discharged from hospitals, an official release said."A total of 804 new suspected cases have been admitted in hospitals," it stated.2020-05-19 07:38(IST) 159 new COVID-19 cases take Pune district's tally to 4,177With 159 new cases of COVID-19, thetally in Maharashtra's Pune district rose to 4,177 on Monday, while the fatality count increased to 211 with five more people succumbing to the viral infection, a health department official said.Most of the fresh cases were reported from Pune city, the second worst coronavirus-hit urban centre in Maharashtra after Mumbai."Of the 159 new cases, 111 were reported in Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) limits, 23 in neighbouring Pimpri- Chinchwad and 25 in rural and cantonment areas of the district," he said.The number of patients in the PMC, Pimpri-Chinchwad and rural areas now stood at 3628, 222 and 327, respectively, the official added.Five more people succumbed to the viral infection, taking the toll to 211, he said.2020-05-19 07:37(IST) Mumbai: Residents oppose quarantine centre in their areaResidents of some housingsocieties in suburban Ghatkopar here on Monday came out on a road demanding that the quarantine centre for coronavirus cases be shifted from Cama Lane locality, police said.The 150-bed facility was set up in a building located in front of residential buildings.Many residents came out on streets outside their buildings in evening for their demand."Members of some four to five residential societies opposed the facility at a time when people should help each other," said local ML Parag Shah of the BJP.Recent Messages ()Please rate before posting your Review1 (Trash)1.5 (Poor)2 (Below average)2.5 (Average)3 (Above average)3.5 (Good)4 (Very good)4.5 (Very good +)5 (Excellent)Characters Remaining: 3000OR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on TwitterSIGN IN WITHRefrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. 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2020-05-19COVID-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 - India TV News
COVID-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 COVID-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district rose to 3,928 after 244 more people tested positive for the disease on Monday, the district administration said. PTI Thane Published on: May 19, 2020 15:53 IST Image Source : PTI COVID-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district rose to 3,928 after 244 more people tested positive for the disease on Monday, the district administration said. The district also reported seven more deaths due to coronavirus, including six from Navi Mumbai, taking the toll to 121, it said in a release. Of the 244 new COVID-19 cases, 91 were reported from Thane city, 74 from Navi Mumbai, 30 from Kalyan-Dombivali municipal limits and the rest from other parts of the district, the release said. A one-month-old girl from Kalyan, another girl aged one year from Thane city, and six other children in the age group of 4 to 10 years were among those who tested positive for the infection on Monday, it said. So far, areas under the Thane Municipal Corporation limits have reported 1,269 cases, Navi Mumbai-1,264, Kalyan- Dombivali-530, Mira Bhayander-359, Thane rural-185, Ulhasnagar-126, Badlapur-116, Bhiwandi Nizampur-43 and Ambernath-36, it said. The neighbouring Palghar district has so far reported a total of 389 cases and 16 deaths, a release from the district administration said. 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2020-05-19Lockdown: Bhiwandi powerloom units warned not to resume work - Free Press Journal
Lockdown: Bhiwandi powerloom units warned not to resume work By Agencies Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal commissioner Dr Pravin Ashtikar on Tuesday said powerloom units must wait for further orders from the authorities and defying the lockdown would attract severe action.The civic body in Bhiwandi- Nizampur town in Maharashtra's Thane district on Tuesday warned powerloom units in the area not to resume operations till further orders were issued during the fourth phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal commissioner Dr Pravin Ashtikar on Tuesday said powerloom units must wait for further orders from the authorities and defying the lockdown would attract severe action.In an official message circulated through deputy commissioner of police (Bhiwandi zone) Rajkumar Shinde, the civic chief said some messages were being circulated on social media that the MIDC had granted permission for powerlooms to resume work.The government has so far not permitted industries in red zones to resume operations and reopening of industrial units here would amount to violation of the lockdown, he said.Bhiwandi has around 6 lakh powerloom units and at least 4 lakh workers, mostly from Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, were employed in them, said Purushottam Wanga, chairman of the Powerloom Development and Export Promotion council.Under the present circumstances, 75 per cent of migrant workers had already left Bhiwandi to return to their home states, he said. (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)BhiwandilockdownPowerloomCOVID 19Coronavirus.Dr Pravin AshtikarRecent Stories200 more trains to operate from June 1, online bookings start today: Here's the full list of 200 trainsCyclone Amphan changes course; Rain along with 185 km/h wind speeds hits Kolkata, Sunderbans and HowarhEnough water in all reservoirs supplying water to Mumbai until August 10BMC’s fight against dengue, malaria and leptospirosis takes a backseat amid coronavirus outbreakLockdown 4.0: Since May 1, 385 trains have ferried over 5 lakh migrants home, says home minister Anil Deshmukh 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
2020-05-19Liquor delivery: Customers claim of being duped by fraudsters online - Free Press Journal
Liquor delivery: Customers claim of being duped by fraudsters online By Agencies Fraudsters have created fake Facebook accounts in the name of some known liquor shops and are duping customers by asking them to place orders and make payments through credit/debit cards on the mobile numbers provided by them.After the Maharashtra government allowed home delivery of liquor last week, some of the customers here have complained of fraudsters duping them through fake social media accounts for placing orders.They claimed fraudsters have created fake Facebook accounts in the name of some known liquor shops and are duping customers by asking them to place orders and make payments through credit/debit cards on the mobile numbers provided by them.Talking to PTI, a film producer said he recently ordered liquor worth Rs 40,000 on a mobile number of a Juhu- based shop mentioned on a Facebook account.The person who took the order asked him for a token amount of Rs 5,000 which he paid.He said later, upon enquiry, he came to know that these people were fraud and operating from Asansol in West Bengal and some place in Bihar.A former Navy official also said when he dialled the contact number mentioned on Facebook of a well-known liquor shop providing home delivery, the person on the other side asked for payment only through debit/credit card."I got suspicious when the person said I have to share the OTP number. I had placed an order for liquor worth Rs 1,400, but later realised it was a fraud." A former MLA here said some his friends approached him with such complaints."This is a scam operating through social media platforms. The scamsters take the credit/debit card numbers and CVV details and cheat the unsuspecting customers. I have tweeted to the police about this and asked senior officials to investigate the matter, he said.facebookliquorfraudstersCyber CrimeIMFLRecent StoriesRailways Reloaded: 200 passenger trains to run from June 1; bookings to begin from 10 AM on May 21Decisions focussed on migrants, poor, senior citizens taken: PM Modi Ranvir Shorey tried to help his household help's pregnant and wife paid the price of being niceAre shops open in Pune? Check out PMC's new guidelines for jewellery, stationery, footwear, clothing and other shopsCyclone Amphan: Strong winds and rain lash West Bengal, 12 people killed 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
2020-05-19Covid-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 - Times of India
Covid-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121Covid-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121PTI | May 19, 2020, 16:01 ISTRepresentative imageTHANE: The number of Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district rose to 3,928 after 244 more people tested positive for the disease on Monday, the district administration said. The district also reported seven more deaths due to coronavirus, including six from Navi Mumbai, taking the toll to 121, it said in a release. Of the 244 new Covid-19 cases, 91 were reported from Thane city, 74 from Navi Mumbai, 30 from Kalyan-Dombivali municipal limits and the rest from other parts of the district, the release said. A one-month-old girl from Kalyan, another girl aged one year from Thane city, and six other children in the age group of 4 to 10 years were among those who tested positive for the infection on Monday, it said. So far, areas under the Thane Municipal Corporation limits have reported 1,269 cases, Navi Mumbai-1,264, Kalyan- Dombivali-530, Mira Bhayander-359, Thane rural-185, Ulhasnagar-126, Badlapur-116, Bhiwandi Nizampur-43 and Ambernath-36, it said. The neighbouring Palghar districthas so far reported a total of 389 cases and 16 deaths, a release from the district administration said. 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2020-05-19Navi Mumbai among six 5-star rated garbage-free cities of India - Free Press Journal
Navi Mumbai among six 5-star rated garbage-free cities of IndiaBy Sanjay JogNavi Mumbai Municipal CorporationFile Image Navi Mumbai has been rated 5 star in the new list of garbage-free cities announced on Monday by the Union Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs, Hardeep Puri. Surat, Rajkot, Indore, Mysore and Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh have also been rated 5-star garbage-free cities. Navi Mumbai has consistently figured among the list of clean cities in India. It was ranked 7th in the 2019 edition of the Swachh Sarvekshan.The Star Rating Protocol was launched by the Ministry in January 2018 to institutionalize a mechanism for cities to achieve Garbage Free status, and to motivate cities to achieve higher degrees of cleanliness.Puri said, “Five years ago, we introduced Swachh Survekshan (SS), the annual cleanliness survey for urban India that has proven immensely successful. However, since it is a ranking system, several of our cities, despite doing exceptionally well, were not being recognized appropriately. The Ministry, therefore, devised the Star Rating Protocol for Garbage Free Cities - a comprehensive framework where each ward in every city must achieve a certain standard across 24 different components of solid waste management (SWM) and is graded based on overall marks received”. Also ReadLockdown 4.0 in Maharashtra: Will wine shops, salons, Ola, Uber function in Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai and Pune? Here's the full list of revised guidelinesThe Star Rating Protocol has been devised in a holistic manner including components such as the cleanliness of drains and water bodies, plastic waste management, managing construction & demolition waste, etc. which are critical drivers for achieving garbage free cities. While the key thrust of this protocol is on Solid Waste Management, it also takes care of ensuring certain minimum standards of sanitation through a set of prerequisites defined in the framework.Accordingly as per the 2020 survey, 6 cities have been graded 5 star, 65 cities are rated 3 Star and 70 cities are rated 1 Star.34 of Maharashtra’s cities including Chandrapur, Dhule, Jalgaon, Jalna, Thane and Mira-Bhayandar have been given 3 star rating while 41 cities including Ahmednagar, Akola, Nashik, Vasai-Virar and Kalyan-Dombivili have been rated 1 star.Altogether, 1,435 cities / urban local bodies had applied for Star Rating Assessment. During the assessments, 1.19 crore citizen feedbacks and over 10 lakh geo-tagged pictures were collected and 5175 solid waste processing plants were visited by 1210 field assessors. While 698 cities cleared the desktop assessment, 141 cities have been certified with Star Rating during field assessment. “The low number of certifications signifies the rigorous and robust certification mechanism of the protocol” said Durga Shankar Mishra, Secretary, MoHUA.Since its launch in 2014, Swachh Bharat Mission-Urban (SBM-U) has made significant progress in the area of both sanitation and solid waste management. 66 lakhs individual household toilets and over 6 lakhs community/ public toilets have been constructed/ or are under construction. In the area of solid waste management, 96% of wards have 100% door-to door collection while 65% of the total waste generated is being processed.Also ReadCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Can you use Ola, Uber and taxi services in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, and Pune? navi mumbaiHardeep PuriSwachh SarvekshanSwachh Bharat Mission-Urban (SBM-U)Recent StoriesRailways Reloaded: 200 passenger trains to run from June 1; bookings to begin from 10 AM on May 21Decisions focussed on migrants, poor, senior citizens taken: PM Modi Ranvir Shorey tried to help his household help's pregnant and wife paid the price of being niceAre shops open in Pune? Check out PMC's new guidelines for jewellery, stationery, footwear, clothing and other shopsCyclone Amphan: Strong winds and rain lash West Bengal, 12 people killed 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
2020-05-19COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 10 new cases; Ambernath witnesses sudden spike - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 10 new cases; Ambernath witnesses sudden spikeYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 10 new cases; Ambernath witnesses sudden spikeBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 19, 2020, 20:44 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 10 fresh coronavirus cases on Tuesday, taking the township's tally to 137. So far, 33 people have been cured and discharged while five people have succumbed to the virus, according to the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). A police personnel and his pregnant wife, both aged 36, have tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4. They are currently undergoing treatment in a designated hospital in Ulhasnagar. Three women -- a 65-year-old, a 45-year-old and a 35-year-old -- all from Brahmanpada, Shantinagar have come out to be positive. All of them are close contacts of previously infected persons in the area. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivli reports 38 new COVID-19 cases; 78-year-old succumbs to the infectionThe Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) on Tuesday informed that at least 38 positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the area in the last 24 hours. A 22-year-old woman, a 30-year-old woman and a 38-year-old woman residing in Khanna Compound, Shantinagar have been infected with the virus. Also, a 12-year-old girl living behind Chopra Court and a 28-year-old lady from Panchsheel Nagar, Subhash Tekdi have also tested positive for COVID-19. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed a sudden spike in the number of cases on Tuesday with 12 people testing positive for the virus. The total number of patients in the city now stands at 48. While one person has died in Ambernath due to coronavirus, 14 people have been treated and discharged. Presently, there are 34 people who are undergoing treatment at specialised COVID centres. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Dharavi reports 26 new coronavirus positive cases today; tally climbs to 1353Twenty-six more persons tested positive for coronavirus in the slum-clusters of Dharavi in the city, taking the figures to 1353 on Tuesday.No new death was reported in Dharavi in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, people of Badlapur heaved a sigh of relief as the number of cases in the city considerably fell on Tuesday as compared to the last few days. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC), two people tested positive for the virus on Tuesday taking the city's tally to 119. A 39-year-old man from Sarvodaya Nagar has contracted the virus, whereas a 28-year-old man, who works as a security guard with the BMC, has tested positive in Sriji Garden, Valivali. 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. 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2020-05-19Covid-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 - BusinessLine
Covid-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 PTI Thane | Updated on May 19, 2020 Published on May 19, 2020 SHARE SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE COMMENT The number of Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra’s Thane district rose to 3,928 after 244 more people tested positive for the disease on Monday, the district administration said.The district also reported seven more deaths due to coronavirus, including six from Navi Mumbai, taking the toll to 121, it said in a release.Of the 244 new Covid-19 cases, 91 were reported from Thane city, 74 from Navi Mumbai, 30 from Kalyan-Dombivali municipal limits and the rest from other parts of the district, the release said.A one-month-old girl from Kalyan, another girl aged one year from Thane city, and six other children in the age group of 4 to 10 years were among those who tested positive for the infection on Monday, it said.So far, areas under the Thane Municipal Corporation limits have reported 1,269 cases, Navi Mumbai-1,264, Kalyan-Dombivali-530, Mira Bhayander-359, Thane rural-185, Ulhasnagar-126, Badlapur-116, Bhiwandi Nizampur-43 and Ambernath-36, it said.The neighbouring Palghar district has so far reported a total of 389 cases and 16 deaths, a release from the district administration said. 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2020-05-19Maharashtra Lockdown 4.0 guidelines: List of what is allowed and what's not - Mumbai Mirror
Maharashtra Lockdown 4.0 guidelines: List of what is allowed and what's notYou are in an offline modeMaharashtra Lockdown 4.0 guidelines: List of what is allowed and what's notMirror Online | Updated: May 19, 2020, 18:48 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational Image. Photo by Raju Shelar/MMCLThe Maharashtra government on Tuesday released a set of revised guidelines and regulations to be followed during the extended period of lockdown in the State. The extended lockdown will remain in force till May 31 as a precautionary measure to curb the spread of coronavirus. Also, Maharashtra is the worst-affected state in the entire country with over 35,000 positive Covid-19 cases. Here’s the full list of what is allowed and what is not in the fourth phase of the coronavirus-induced lockdown: Maharashtra has divided districts into two red zones and non-red zones. All municipal corporations in MMR, including Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai among others are in the red zone. Other municipal corporations in the red zone include Mira Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan-Dombivli, Vasai-Virar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Pune, Solapur, Nashik, Malegaon, Jalgaon, Dhule, Aurangabad, Akola and Amravati. Districts that don't fall under red zones are categorised as non-red zones. Maharashtra lockdown 4.0 guidelines Parlours, salons will not be allowed to operate in red zones. Private offices will continue to stay shut as well. In red zones like Mumbai, MMR, Pune, aggregator cab services like Ola, Uber will not be permitted. Only home delivery of liquor is permitted in red zones but Mumbaikars will not benefit from this since home delivery of liquor wasn't allowed earlier either. Only a limited set of non-essential shops can remain open. In-situ construction work is permitted. Delivery of non-essential goods via e-commerce is permitted even in red zones now. What continues to be allowed: Supply of goods Essential goods shops Movement for medical emergencies Industries (Urban and Rural) except in containment zones Urban in-situ construction, except in containment zones Sub Registrar/ RTO/DyRTO, except in containment zones Home Delivery Restaurants, except for containment zones Stadiums without spectators – only in green or orange zones Agricultural activities – only in green or orange zones Private Offices - only in green or orange zones Bank and Finance services are allowed to operate except for containment zones What is not allowed or remains suspended as part of Lockdown 4.0: Inter-state movement of people Travel by air, railways Metro services Inter-district plying of buses Intra-district plying of buses will not be allowed in red and containment zones Educational Institutions including schools and colleges Hotels and shopping malls Barber shops, spas, saloons Places of worship or large gatherings of people Liquor shops will not be allowed to open in containment zones. It can remain open in green and orange zones and in red zones, only home delivery of alcohol will be allowed. Pregnant women, children below the age of 10 years and senior citizens above the age of 65 will not be allowed to move out, irrespective of the zones Taxi, can and rickshaw services are not allowed in the red or containment zones. It can ply in the other areas (non-red zones) with only two passengers (1+2) Movement of four wheeler and two wheelers are restricted in the containment zones. In red zones it will be allowed only for essential services. In the remaining areas, four wheelers will follow 1+2 rule whereas the pillion rider will not be allowed for two wheelers. Lockdown 4.0: What's allowed and what isn't01:30 RELATED NEWSLockdown 4.0: What is allowed and what is not in West BengalMay 18, 2020Mumbai police: No relaxation for vehicle movement during lockdown 4.0...May 18, 2020Covid-19 Lockdown 4.0: Hyderabad runs back to near normalMay 18, 2020 Safety. Now safely delivered.Volvo contactless programMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesChoose healthy, choose chemical-free, choose SunpureSunpureBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGrad You never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsFuture Multibagger wealth creation IdeasEquity99Grab the Investment opportunity at the correct timeEquity99Insure, renew policies online - Bajaj Allianz Website & AppBajaj AllianzAccenture acquires an Indian firm Byte ProphecyBUSINESS INSIDERSumeet Vyas Starrer 'Official Bhootiyagiri’ Is OutiDiva
2020-05-19COVID-19: Here are the highlights of May 19 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19: Here are the highlights of May 19You are in an offline modeCOVID-19: Here are the highlights of May 19By Ria SharmaRia Sharma, Mirror Online | Updated: May 19, 2020, 21:32 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational Image. Photo SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLMaharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said that a record number of 1202 patients in the state were discharged from hospitals on Tuesday after recovering from COVID-19. “Maharashtra is having over 25 per cent recovery rate of COVID patients now. Some scarcity of beds for the patients was felt but now we are prepared. We have 15,000 beds for different categories of patients now and 2000 beds for ICU after we made arrangements in NSCI Dome, MMRDA ground, and other places,” he said. He also said that Maharashtra is conducting around 15,000 tests every day in 67 testing labs and the death rate in the state has also come down to 3.2 per cent. Here are the highlights of May 19: Dharavi reports 26 fresh cases 26 more persons tested positive for coronavirus in Dharavi, taking the figures to 1353 on Tuesday. No new death was reported in Dharavi in the last 24 hours. A senior BMC official said that the new cases were found in Azad Nagar, Kumbharwada, Indira Nagar and some other localities of Dharavi. Kalyan Dombivli reports 38 new COVID-19 cases Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation informed that at least 38 positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the area in the last 24 hours. A 78-year-old woman succumbed to the infection in Dombivli East. With the addition of new cases and one death, the total positive cases in KDMC have reached 568 and the death toll now stands at 12. Maharashtra government issues guidelines for Lockdown 4.0 The Maharashtra government on Tuesday released a set of revised guidelines and regulations to be followed during the extended period of lockdown in the State. Click on this link to check what is allowed and what is not in the fourth phase of the coronavirus-induced lockdown: Ulhasnagar reports 10 new cases; Ambernath witnesses sudden spike Ulhasnagar reported 10 fresh coronavirus cases on Tuesday, taking the township's tally to 137. Meanwhile, Ambernath witnessed a sudden spike in the number of cases with 12 people testing positive for the virus. The total number of patients in the city now stands at 48. Hundreds of migrant workers gather outside Bandra Terminus A huge crowd of migrant workers flocked outside the Bandra Terminus to board a special Shramik train to Bihar. The train was scheduled for Purnia from Bandra Terminus for which passengers, registered with state authorities, were scheduled to travel. However, a major chunk of the workers, who neither registered themselves to travel nor were called by the state authorities, gathered on the bridge and the road near the station. Promote final year students of UG and PG courses without conducting exams: Minister Uday Samant urges UGC Maharashtra Minister for Higher and Technical Education Uday Samant urged the UGC to cancel the examination of the final year students of undergraduate and post-graduate courses in view of the COVID-19 situation in the state. The development comes nearly 10 days after Yuva Sena wrote to the apex body to cancel the examinations. Mumbai police ask BMC to provide 12 ambulances for force With 40 personnel testing positive for COVID-19 infection every day since the past one week and the delay arising in availing timely hospitalisation of the affected personnel, the Mumbai police administration has urged the BMC to provide at least one ambulance to each of the 12 police Zones in the city. By Tuesday evening, the number of COVID-19 positive cases in the Mumbai police force touched 700 mark. Read the details here Boney Kapoor's house help tests COVID-19 positive Bollywood producer Boney Kapoor has informed that the domestic help at his residence has tested positive for coronavirus. The 23-year-old house help was unwell on May 16 and Boney Kapoor sent him for tests, keeping in isolation. In a press statement, Kapoor, who stays in Lokhandwala Complex, revealed that the family is fine and no one has shown any symptoms as yet. Read the full story here Huge traffic jam on Western Express Highway amid lockdown restrictions More than 1,000 vehicles have been impounded by the traffic police till Tuesday afternoon as people, despite the continuation of the lockdown restrictions in Mumbai city as a Red Zone for COVID-19 spread, hit roads in large numbers since morning hours. Joint commissioner of police, Traffic, Madhukar Pandey told Mirror Online that a large number of motorists crowded the roads despite the appeal made by the police over the city police' official social media handles not to do so. Read the full story here RELATED NEWSMumbai: Huge traffic jam on Western Express Highway amid lockdown res...May 19, 2020Kalyan-Dombivali record 27 new coronavirus casesMay 08, 2020First experiment of plasma therapy successful in Mumbai, says Maharas...Apr 29, 2020 Safety. 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2020-05-19COVID-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 - Outlook India
COVID-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 Outlook May 19, 2020 15:13 IST COVID-19 cases rise to 3,928 in Thane; death toll reaches 121 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, May 19(PTI) The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra''s Thane district rose to 3,928 after 244 more people tested positive for the disease on Monday, the district administration said. The district also reported seven more deaths due to coronavirus, including six from Navi Mumbai, taking the toll to 121, it said in a release. Of the 244 new COVID-19 cases, 91 were reported from Thane city, 74 from Navi Mumbai, 30 from Kalyan-Dombivali municipal limits and the rest from other parts of the district, the release said. A one-month-old girl from Kalyan, another girl aged one year from Thane city, and six other children in the age group of 4 to 10 years were among those who tested positive for the infection on Monday, it said. So far, areas under the Thane Municipal Corporation limits have reported 1,269 cases, Navi Mumbai-1,264, Kalyan- Dombivali-530, Mira Bhayander-359, Thane rural-185, Ulhasnagar-126, Badlapur-116, Bhiwandi Nizampur-43 and Ambernath-36, it said. The neighbouring Palghar districthas so far reported a total of 389cases and 16deaths, a release from the district administration said. PTI COR GK GK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Fresh Chance To Apply For JEE-MAINS For Students Whose Study Abroad Affected: HRD Ministry Samajwadi Party Leader, Son Shot Dead In UP; Murder Caught On Camera Kashmir: Two Militants Killed In Gun Battle In Srinagar's Old City More from Outlook Magazine Mumbai Diary | Where Hunger Pangs, Now Greater Than Ever, Smother The Chance To Hone Talent Baptism By Bulbul: The Joy Of The Novice Bird Lover Spilleth Over Recovery Route? Next Story : Kuwait-returned nurse tests positive again in Kerala Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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2020-05-19Coronavirus in Mumbai: Nine more BEST staffers test positive; total number of affected employees at 137 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: Nine more BEST staffers test positive; total number of affected employees at 137By FPJ Web DeskOn Tuesday, nine more employees of the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) undertaking tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The news was announced by the BEST Public Relations Officer in Mumbai.This takes the total number of affected BEST employees to 137. At the end of last week, the total number of fatalities from among BEST staffers stood at eight. The first COVID-19 case was reported on April 4 and within a month the number of cases had risen to 108. According to reports, the BEST workers union had earlier appealed to people to stay home as cases continue to rise. The workers' union had appealed to its 40,000 employees to stay home from Monday and ensure 100% lockdown in services, pending its demand for Rs 1 crore in medical insurance for every employee and their family.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Low impact of BEST workers union’s stay-home call This call to action has mostly gone un-answered. On Sunday, the BEST issued a circular stating its buses would ply from May 18 onward to facilitate the movement of essential service personnel. Despite knowing the severity of the situation, on Monday, 1,542 buses with 1,499 conductors and 1,642 drivers in attendance took to the streets of Mumbai. As BEST spokesperson Manoj Varade put it, the employees "reported to work without no persuasion because they know their responsibility well".Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: In one month, over 100 BEST staff members test COVID-19 positiveAccording to data shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, as of Tuesday afternoon, Maharashtra had recorded over 35,000 positive cases. Of these, a majority of cases have been reported from Mumbai. (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)Recent StoriesIndian Railways to resume services -- over 200 trains to ply daily from June 1Indore among six ‘5-Star’ cities in Garbage Free Cities Rating Coronavirus in Mumbai: BMC health dept issues guidelines to curb coronavirus and treat patients Political tussle at its peak as buses ferrying migrants from Rajasthan to Uttar Pradesh stuck at the border Promote final year UG/PG students without conducting exams: Maharashtra Minister Uday Samant writes to UGC 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
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2020-05-18COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 13 new cases; Badlapur tally climbs to 114 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 13 new cases; Badlapur tally climbs to 114You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 13 new cases; Badlapur tally climbs to 114By Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 18, 2020, 10:17 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational image. Photo by Nikhil Ghorpade/MMCLThane: With 13 fresh coronavirus cases on Sunday, the total number of victims in Ulhasnagar climbed to 119. This includes five fatalities and 16 discharges. 98 people are currently undergoing treatment at COVID-19 designated hospitals in and around the city, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). Out of the 13 cases, eight are from Brahmanpada in Shantinagar itself, which is one of the major hotspots in the city. A 32-year-old woman, a 46-year-old woman, a 54-year-old woman, two 38-year-old women, a 20-year-old man, a 53-year-old man and a 71-year-old man have all tested positive in the area. Click here for latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic Besides, four people from the same building in Gol Maidan area have come out to be positive. A 63-year-old man, a 60-year-old woman, a 15-year-old girl and a 7-year-old boy are all residents of Amit Apartment in the ever-bustling Gol Maidan. A 68-year-old man from Sant Dnyaneshwar Nagar, Ulhasnagar-2 has also tested positive. Untitled Carousel Thane COVID-19 Updates: 24 deaths, 466 new cases this week; complete shut down in Wagle areaCurrently, there are 825 active patients who are taking treatment and 2,840 people are home quarantined. On the other hand, Badlapur crossed the 100-mark on Sunday as 16 fresh cases of coronavirus cropped up in the city, as informed by the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC). Six people from Govind Vihar Complex in Sarvodaya Nagar have contracted the contagious virus. It includes two 10-year-olds and a 13-year-old among others. A 22-year-old man from Shirgaon, a 31-year-old man from Sanewadi and a 31-year-old staying near Sai Krupa hospital have also tested positive. A 13-year-old girl and a 3-year-old boy from the same family residing near Don Bosco School in Belauli have been infected by the virus. A 32-year-old man from Jadhav Colony, Belauli, a 37-year-old from Kamini Apartment and a 38-year-old from Gaondevi Road, Badlapur East have been tested as positive for COVID-19. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivli: 42 new COVID-19 cases reported, tally reaches 500; 53-year-old passes awayThe Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) on Sunday informed that at least 42 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the area in the last 24 hours. A 30-year-old man from Patil Pada, who works as a BEST employee and a 39-year-old man from Samarth Nagar, working as a security guard at HDFC Bank in Kanjurmarg, has also tested positive for coronavirus. Meanwhile, Ambernath which lies in between Badlapur and Ulhasnagar recorded one new COVID-19 case on Sunday and the total now stands at 34. In photos: In and around Mumbai during lockdown18Mumbai, the city that never sleeps grinds to a haltThe lockdown, induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, has severely affected the functioning of government and semi-government departments. Mumbai on May 14 saw the highest-ever single day rise of positive cases, with the city reporting 998 new patients. This takes the total tally to 16,579 in the city alone. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLOver 4000 patients dischargedThe BMC said that 364 of the 998 new cases tested positive in private labs, but were recorded with the BMC. The civic body also informed that 4,234 patients have been discharged from city hospitals, with 443 of them being on Thursday.Cases surge in DharaviOne of BMC's senior officers said that 33 new cases of the virus were found in Dharavi, which also reported two deaths. With this, the case tally in the colony rose to 1,061 with the death toll now at 49.Mumbai Police enforce lockdown normsThe Mumbai Police have been in and around town, making sure that people follow social distancing norms. The state government has announced that the lockdown will continue till May 31 in Mumbai, Pune and other hotspots such as Solapur. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLMigrants hope to return homeThe lockdown, although implemented to curb the outbreak, has led to many other issues. With migrants left stranded, many opted to return home on foot. While the government has organised special trains and buses for the daily wagers, the lack of transparency has got the workers running from pillar to post to just get a confirmation. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLPrices surge as lockdown continuesAs one migrant family says, "Nowadays, you have to pay so much for an auto or a truck in Mumbai." Targeting migrant workers and farmers, the government unveiled special measures amounting to over Rs 3 lakh crore. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLMore beds marked for COVID-19 patientsMumbai has about 30,000 beds across its private and public hospitals which are capable of providing critical care. As the city enters its peak week, nearly 22,000 of these beds have now been marked for COVID-19 patients. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLGetting hospitals ready for tackling coronavirus casesThe government is yet to make a decision as to whether to take over hospitals by issuing notices under the Disaster Management Act and the Epidemic Disease Act or work with private hospitals in spirit of collaboration and cooperation. The important decision will be taken in the next two days. 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2020-05-18COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar records eight new cases on Monday, Badlapur and Ambernath follow - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar records eight new cases on Monday, Badlapur and Ambernath followYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar records eight new cases on Monday, Badlapur and Ambernath followBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 18, 2020, 22:00 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported eight new cases of coronavirus on Monday taking the tally in the city to 127. So far, 16 people have been cured and discharged while five have succumbed to the virus, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Out of the eight new cases, three are from Brahmanpada and Samrat Ashok Nagar each. A 34-year-old man, a 25-year-old woman and a 12-year-old girl have come out to be positive in Brahmanpada, Shantinagar. In Samrat Ashok Nagar, Ulhasnagar-3, a 25-year-old man, a 32-year-old woman and a 16-year-old girl have tested positive. A 36-year-old man residing in Seema Apartment, Khemani has been infected with the virus, while a 34-year-old woman living near Shani temple in Ulhasnagar-1 has tested positive for COVID-19. Untitled Carousel Dharavi reports 85 new COVID-19 cases; area tally reaches 1,327The total positive coronavirus cases in Mumbai’s slum sprawl Dharavi reached 1,327 on Monday as 85 new patients were diagnosed with the deadly infection. On the other hand, in Ambernath, two new cases were reported on Monday, taking the total number of victims in the city to 36. So far, two people have died in Ambernath while 12 people have been discharged. Meanwhile, Badlapur saw three new coronavirus cases on Monday, as per the evening bulletin of Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC). The COVID-19 tally in the city now stands at 117. A 40-year-old man residing in Marathon Vigo Tower in Badlapur East tested positive for the virus. He was an employee in D-Mart's Ambernath branch. A 32-year-old man working at the Sion hospital has also contracted the virus in Spring Residency, Sarvodaya Nagar. A 33-year-old man deployed at the Ambernath police station has tested COVID-19 positive in Sai Paradise, Ambedkar Chowk. So far, 39 patients have been cured and discharged while two have died, said KBMC. 117 people are currently undergoing treatment in designated hospitals in and around the city. Untitled Carousel Mumbai police: No relaxation for vehicle movement during lockdown 4.0, says CommissionerThe Mumbai police has warned of severe action against motorists violating the lockdown norms by travelling without valid permission or for non-emergency works following the implementation of the lockdown 4.0. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Millionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesJobless & hopeless, they need your help to save their child.KETTOIndian lady earns Rs.10500/day from home online!Career TimesBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradPowerful Stock trading IdeasEquity99 Journalist Sanjeev Mehra Case. Help cops find the culpritsAmazon Prime VideoCan you help solve the Sanjeev Mehra Case? Help the cops!Amazon Prime VideoYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsDonate a food kit to feed stray animals @ Rs. 650/-Donatekart.comSafest & biggest Multibagger stocks by Manish GoyalSafest Multibagger StocksDon’t wait, invest $200 in Amazon and earn weekly with a certified platformSmart Investors
2020-05-18Covid-19 LIVE Updates: Lockdown extended till May 31; Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to address the state soo - Mumbai Mirror
Covid-19 LIVE Updates: Lockdown extended till May 31; Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to address the state soonMay 18, 2020, 22.49PMCovid-19 LIVE Updates: Lockdown extended till May 31; Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to address the state soonOn Sunday, Mumbai reported 1,571 coronavirus cases, of which 44 are from Dharavi slum area, taking the total number of patients to 19,967 until now. The virus also claimed the lives of 38 people in a single day which took the death toll in the Maximum City to 734.Maharashtra on Sunday recorded the highest figure of new Covid-19 cases (2,347), and the second-highest figure of 63 deaths, exactly 60 days after the first Covid-19 death was recorded in Mumbai on March 17.In a move to prevent further migration of labourers from Maharashtra, the state government has given permission to 65,000 industries in green and orange zones, which are relatively less affected by the coronavirus, to start functioning in the next few days. All major and small industries in Maharashtra have remained shut for more than a month due to the nationwide lockdown.The nationwide lockdown got extended by another couple of weeks until May 31 as the country continues to witness new highs in the number of coronavirus cases every day.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-05-18 22:49(IST) Mira Bhayandar reports 21 new coronavirus casesThe metropolitan satellite township of Mira Bhayandar reported 21 new COVID-19 positive cases on Monday even as one person succumbed to the virus infection. The new death was reported from the Shiv Shakti Nagar area of Kashigaon where a 30-year-old woman succumbed to the infection during treatment early on Monday. With this, the number of deaths due to COVID-19 in the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has climbed to 11. Read the full story here2020-05-18 21:58(IST) Ulhasnagar records eight new cases on Monday, Badlapur and Ambernath followUlhasnagar reported eight new cases of coronavirus on Monday taking the tally in the city to 127. So far, 16 people have been cured and discharged while five have succumbed to the virus, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Out of the eight new cases, three are from Brahmanpada and Samrat Ashok Nagar each. A 34-year-old man, a 25-year-old woman and a 12-year-old girl have come out to be positive in Brahmanpada, Shantinagar. Read the full story here2020-05-18 21:44(IST) 35 new COVID-19 positive cases reported in the state. The total number of cases in the state is now 41: Goa CM Pramod Sawant2020-05-18 21:40(IST) Dharavi reports 85 new COVID-19 cases; area tally reaches 1,327The total positive coronavirus cases in Mumbai’s slum sprawl Dharavi reached 1,327 on Monday as 85 new patients were diagnosed with the deadly infection.According to the latest data released by the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the maximum 18 cases have been reported from Matunga labour camp area, followed by 90 Feet Road and Kumbharwada area which reported nine and five cases respectively.Sant Kakaiyya Marg, Sant Rohidas Marg, Azad Nagar, Dharavi Main Road, Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Khambdev Nagar and Subhash Nagar are among the other areas from where new COVID-19 cases have emerged. Read the full story here2020-05-18 21:39(IST) CM Uddhav Thackeray addresses the state on COVID-19 situation; cites 2 main challenges to focus on in Lockdown 4Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday appealed to the migrant workers not to walk on the roads. He said that the state is making adequate provisions for them and reiterated that trains and buses have started so that they reach home safely. “Please stay where you are and don’t get impatient. We will send you home safely,” he said. While addressing the state on the Covid-19 situation in the state, the CM also urged people belonging to Konkan and western Maharashtra not do anything in haste. “I would appeal to you to stay back, be patient and stay on for some more time,” he said. Stressing on the fact that there is a prescribed procedure which the migrants have to follow, he said, “Some who left from Maharashtra and reached their respective homes in different parts of the country, have tested positive. Now, the place they travelled to have become containment zones." Read the full story here2020-05-18 21:03(IST) After corona, we will have to make sure we maintain hygiene and stay vigilant when outside. Religious festivals, congregations will not be allowed: CM Uddhav Thackeray2020-05-18 20:55(IST) Uddhav Thackeray appeals to migrants, asks them to not walk on the roads2020-05-18 20:54(IST) CM Thackeray: Close to 5 lakh migrants have gone home using trains and buses2020-05-18 20:53(IST) CM Thackeray: Suppose we lift the lockdown, and this virus spreads, like we have seen in Brazil, US, Italy... I don't want that to happen in Maharashtra, I won't let that happen in Maharashtra2020-05-18 20:52(IST) CM Thackeray: Police in Maharashtra are stretched, some have lost their lives. So I need more Covid yoddha. I would like them to volunteer, come forward so that those who are working can get timely rest2020-05-18 20:51(IST) Often we notice the rising numbers, the deaths... but we don't notice the number of those who are recovering and returning home, says the CM2020-05-18 20:48(IST) We are building on our health infrastructure - 1484 COVID centres with 2.5 lakh beds approximately: CM Uddhav Thackeray2020-05-18 20:45(IST) Thackeray: We have 2 big challenges - we need to maintain our green zones and work to convert red zones into green zones08:43 PM (IST) The government is completing six months. We are going ahead with the confidence of the promises we made. 40,000 acre land is being kept for new industries. Green industries (non-polluting industries) ...we will not keep any conditions for these to start functioning. These are for the new green industries who want to come here and start industries. We can make land available to them on lease-basis. They don’t need to buy land.CM Uddhav Thackeray2020-05-18 20:38(IST) Thackeray: We still have green, orange, red zones. We will not be able to afford too many exemptions in red zones. But in green and orange zones we are opening up things.2020-05-18 20:38(IST) If we hadn't started acting on this since March, I shudder to think what the numbers would have been, says CM Thackeray2020-05-18 20:36(IST) Thackeray: Its natural that you will have many questions. When will all this end? How long will this continue. No one has the answer. This is a strange war. It's not one-sided.2020-05-18 20:31(IST) Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to address the state soon2020-05-18 20:16(IST) Covid-19 Lockdown 4.0: Hyderabad runs back to near normalAs lockdown 4.0 with revised restrictions began across India on Monday (May 18), Hyderabad was seen fast coming back to normal. The noon traffic jam at Lakdi Ka Pul in the heart of the city reflects the citizens' hurry to bid goodbye to the 55 days of lockdown that was imposed on them overnight. Many shops and establishments were open and were doing business. Mobile sales and repairs are on. From automobile mechanics to tailoring shops, every shop was open. Petty vendors are back on the streets. Read the full story here07:52 PM (IST) Gujarat will have containment and non-containment zones. Only essential services to be allowed in containment zones. Restaurants can open but only for home delivery of food. The food delivery agents must have a health card. 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2020-05-18Lockdown 4.0: Classrooms to remain shut, government to issue relaxation guidelines today - Free Press Journal
Lockdown 4.0: Classrooms to remain shut, government to issue relaxation guidelines todayBy Sanjay Jog Lockdown extended till May 31. Government to issue guidelines on the relaxation today.BL SoniThe Maharashtra Government, on Sunday, announced the extension of the lockdown up to May 31 amidst the rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths. The government will issue its own set of guidelines on Monday on phase-wise relaxation and lifting of the lockdown, especially in orange and green zones. However, the government will further tighten curbs in 14 red zone districts and containment areas.The notification was issued by Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta in a notification saying that the lockdown will continue till May 31. All earlier orders shall be aligned with today’s order.Minister of Public Health Rajesh Tope told the Free Press Journal, “In the zones, and especially in containment areas including Mumbai, schools and colleges will continue to remain shut. The government will not allow public, political, social and religious gatherings. The district and inter-state borders will remain closed. Public transport within the district but not inter district is being contemplated.’’ However, he explained even though some districts fall under the red zone category, the government may consider reopening economic activities at tehsil levels.Tope said the state government will clear its stand in the guidelines for lockdown 4.0.As far as further relaxation in orange and red zone districts is concerned, Tope said the government may open up non-essential shops in a staggered manner. “The government will further allow reopening of industries without relaxing the district and inter-state borders. The functioning of the offices of stamps and registration, regional transport and GST will be allowed in these districts,’’ he noted. The minister reiterated that the people will have to strictly adhere to social distancing and hygiene norms.The Inspector General of Registration has issued orders directing that all the offices of sub registrar and joint registrar will be fully operational for the registration of properties from May 18 onwards, excluding those in containment areas. The staff has been asked to log in and resume their duties.Already more than 40,000 industrial units with 10 lakh workers have restarted their operations mainly in orange and green zones and partly in few tehsils in red zones. (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)Maharashtra governmentCOVID-19COVID-19 outbreakLockdown Extensionlockdown 4.0Recent StoriesWajid Khan Death: Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya, Wanted, Dabangg, Jai ho and other movies Wajid and Salman Khan collaborated for over 20 years Coronavirus in Mumbai: Community toilets in Worli get automated sanitising systemMaharashtra govt issues guidelines for public offices amid coronavirus outbreakWith nearly 2,500 more cases, Maharashtra COVID-19 cases spike by 2,487 to 67,655Mumbai: Pregnant woman dies in auto after hospitals say 'no' 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
2020-05-173 booked for holding public funeral of Covid-19 patient - Mumbai Mirror
3 booked for holding public funeral of Covid-19 patientYou are in an offline mode3 booked for holding public funeral of Covid-19 patientBy Vinay DalviVinay Dalvi, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: May 17, 2020, 06:00 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeSharecrime Three members of a family have been booked by the Ulhasnagar police for violating social-distancing norms after they held an elaborate funeral for a suspected Covid-19 patient. The family had even given an undertaking to the hospital and the civic body that they will follow all the specified protocols for a Covid-19 patient. Nine of them have now been infected. The Ulhasnagar police have registered a case against the deceased's two sons and his brother. The complaint was filed after Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation commissioner Dr Sudhakar Deshmukh wrote to the Central Police station. The 59-year-old was admitted at the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar. After his death, the family allegedly pressured the hospital and even gave in writing that they would follow all norms if they were handed over the body. Covid-19 protocol mandates that the plastic covering on the body must not be removed, but the family defied this and gave the body a final bath as per their rituals. The deceased's test report came back positive after his death. Of the 70 people who attended his funeral, nine have now tested positive. The rest have been quarantined, the police said. "We have booked three people who gave the undertaking to the municipal corporation," said senior inspector Sudhakar Suradkar, Central Police station. The three have been booked under IPC Section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) and the Epidemic Disease Act, 1897. RELATED NEWSIndia's COVID-19 tally reaches 74,281, death toll at 2,415May 13, 2020Covid-19 sows chaos even in deathMay 07, 2020Dharavi reports fourth death due to COVID-19Apr 11, 2020 He lost his livelihood to the lockdown. Help save his child.KETTOMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesIndian lady earns Rs.10500/day from home online!Career TimesThis man is making money online in this lockdown!Career TimesCancer will take my daughter away without your help.KETTO Build Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradStay Home & Munch Health. Get 10% OFF on 1st order!Healthy MasterYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsHere's A List Of 5 Movies And Shows To Binge-WatchIndiatimesकोरोना संकट से जूझती भारतीय MSMEs को मदद करेगी अलीबाबा.कॉमAlibabaSafest & biggest Multibagger stocks by Manish GoyalSafest Multibagger Stocks
2020-05-17In Thane, you can order alcohol via WhatsApp - Mumbai Mirror
In Thane, you can order alcohol via WhatsAppYou are in an offline modeIn Thane, you can order alcohol via WhatsAppBy Vinay DalviVinay Dalvi, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: May 17, 2020, 06:00 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareResidents capturing the phone numbers displayed outside a liquor shop in Dombivali on SundayThe residents of Thane, Kalyan, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi Nizampura and Navi Mumbai can now order liquor via WhatsApp, message or even a phone call, according to excise officers. However, in the case of Mumbai, it will take some time before such a facility is available, the officials said. The excise department said that around 190 liquor shops in the jurisdiction of municipal corporations have either started online sale of liquor or will start doing it soon. “We have asked them to form teams of their delivery boys and get them medically tested. After this, we will give them identity cards to start functioning. They have to deliver liquor following social-distancing norms. Minimum contact, and safety kit comprising as masks and sanitisers are a must for each delivery boy,” said Kantilal Umap, state excise commissioner. The liquor shops owners will declare one number that will be put outside their shops on a board, and a customer has to order only through that number. One can opt for home delivery and payment at home so that people are not cheated as lot of fraudsters have also become active ever since the state government announced home delivery of liquor. The collector’s office has made it clear that a single wine shop cannot have more than ten people for delivery and they cannot overcharge anything over the MRP. They should not charge any delivery fee as well. The delivery has to happen between 10 am and 6 pm, said the collector’s office announced. “Only those who have permits can get liquor delivered at home,” said Nitin Ghule, excise superintendent, Thane. “But one need not worry as by paying Rs 5 one can get a 24-hour permit with the liquor. Residents can apply for one-year or a life-time permit online via the state excise department’s website. The department also plans to keep permits on sale at various locations soon,” said Ghule. Liquor can be ordered via phone, message or WhatAapp even if liquor shop owners want they can develop their applications to deliver liquor said the excise officers. Liquor is already being sold at wine stores in Nashik, Pune, Amravati, Sangli, Sindhudurg, Kolhapur, Ahmednagar, Solapur and Jalgaon. It was briefly allowed for Mumbai, but as queues outside the wine shops started getting longer, the municipal commissioner withdrew the order. In Thane, the sale of liquor sale was never allowed despite the government allowing it elsewhere. RELATED NEWSReliance tests using WhatsApp for grocery deliveriesApr 28, 2020Shiv Sena man shot dead in Ahmednagar, six bookedMar 16, 2020Despite slump, govt hikes excise duty on petrol, dieselMar 15, 2020 Millionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradMy husband is stuck in Dubai & my only son is dying. Help meKETTOI can’t arrange Rs 33.80 lakh for my son’s transplant. Help!KETTO Order & Enjoy Healthy Snacking @home. 10% OFF on 1st order!Healthy MasterStay Home & Munch Health. Get 10% OFF on 1st order!Healthy MasterYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day Postsकोरोना संकट से जूझती भारतीय MSMEs को मदद करेगी अलीबाबा.कॉमAlibabaDo you want to make portfolio which can multiply 15 times?Multibaggers of 15 Times PotentialNeed your urgent help in saving our 3-yr-old son.Ketto
2020-05-17Ulhasnagar residents flock to liquor shops for home delivery info - Hindustan Times
2020-05-17Ulhasnagar residents flock to liquor shops for home delivery info - Hindustan Times
2020-05-17Liquor home delivery begins in Thane district, can order via WhatsApp. Conditions apply - India TV News
Liquor home delivery begins in Thane district, can order via WhatsApp. Conditions apply Liquor home delivery begins in Thane district, can order via WhatsApp. Conditions apply Thane district residents can get liquor home delivery by placing an order via WhatsApp, message or even a phone call, excise officers said. However, liquor home delivery will be allowed only within the limits of various municipalities in Thane district, barring containment zones in these areas. India TV News Desk New Delhi Updated on: May 17, 2020 14:14 IST Image Source : PTI Liquor home delivery begins in Thane district, can order via WhatsApp. Thane district residents can get liquor home delivery by placing an order via WhatsApp, message or even a phone call, excise officers said. However, liquor home delivery will be allowed only within the limits of various municipalities in Thane district, barring containment zones in these areas. The residents of Thane, Kalyan, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi Nizampura and Navi Mumbai can now get home delivery of liquor by placing an order via WhatsApp, or even a phone call. However, Mumbai has to wait more. Liquor is already being sold at wine stores in Nashik, Pune, Amravati, Sangli, Sindhudurg, Kolhapur, Ahmednagar, Solapur and Jalgaon. Thane district collector Rajesh Narvekar on Friday issued an order regarding home delivery and online sale of liquor in the district. Online sale and home delivery of liquor will only be permitted within the limits of various municipalities in the district, with the exception of containment zones in these areas, the order states. Narvekar also clarified that country-made liquor was not covered in the order. According to Mumbai Mirror, around 190 liquor shops in thane municipal corporations juridiction have either started online sale of liquor or will start doing it soon. Orders for home delivery can be placed through social media portals and retailers should follow all norms and any violation will attract penalty. Here are some guidelines for customers and liquor shop owners. Liquor shops owners will put one contact number outside their shops on a board Customer has to order only through that number.  Customer can can opt for home delivery and cash on delivery to avoid and fraudulent act Single wine shop cannot have more than ten people for delivery Shop owners cannot overcharge customers anything over the MRP The delivery has to happen between 10 am and 6 pm and Shop owners should not charge any delivery fee.  If liquor shop owners want they can develop their applications for home delivery Latest India NewsFight against Coronavirus: Full coverage maharashtrathane districtliquor sale Write a comment Top News Odisha: Former Union Minister Arjun Charan Sethi passes away Happy Birthday Dimple Kapadia: Bobby to Dil Chahta Hai, 5 films that explored her acting prowess Shreyas Iyer feels he has secured India's number four batting slot Horoscope Today June 8, 2020: Know astrology prediction for Gemini, Virgo, Leo and others Shilpa Shetty in Aap Ki Adalat: Dhadkan star reveals her special connection with letter 'R' Rupee edges higher to close at 75.55 against US dollar Want to remove Chinese app? 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2020-05-17Maharashtra: Family holds public funeral of COVID-19 victim; 9 attendees infected - Times Now
Maharashtra: Family holds public funeral of COVID-19 victim; 9 attendees infected Crime Mirror Now Digital Updated May 17, 2020 | 15:39 IST Family members organised a public funeral of a COVID-19 victim and threw social distancing norms to the wind in Maharashtra’s Ulhasnagar. Nine infected after attending funeral of COVID-19 victim [Representative image]  |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights The funeral was attended by at least 70 people out of that three have now tested positive for the deadly viral infection Despite giving a formal assurance to the hospital authorities and the civic body that they would strictly adhere to the standard protocol for a COVID-19 patient, the family organised a public funeral Ulhasnagar: The Ulhasnagar Police have registered an offence against three family members of a COVID victim for holding a public funeral of the deceased without adhering to social distancing norms. Now out of the total of 70 people, who attended the funeral, three have tested positive for the deadly viral infection. Despite giving a formal assurance to the hospital authorities and the city’s civic body that they would strictly adhere to the standard protocol for a COVID-19 patient, the family organised a public funeral. The police have booked the deceased person’s two sons and his brother. The police took action after receiving a written complaint regarding the matter from Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation commissioner Dr Sudhakar Deshmukh. Family violates COVID-19 protocol The deceased was a 59-year-old person who had been admitted to Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar after her developed symptoms like COVID-19 infection. The medics collected a sample from him for testing. But before the test results could have come, he died. The family, then, allegedly built pressure on the hospital authorities and gave a written assurance that they would follow the specified protocol for cremating a COVID-19 patient if they were handed over the body, according to a report of Mumbai Mirror. As per the COVID-19 protocol, the body of the victim should be remained wrapped in a plastic covering. The family member broke it and gave a customary final bath to the body. RELATED NEWS Mumbai: Despite police objections, nearly 125 persons perform funeral namaz in public Mumbai Police allow 20 people to attend Rishi Kapoor's funeral; daughter won't be able to catch a last glimpse Duty above family: Vadodara cop resumes COVID-19 duty soon after attending sister's funeral The police said that the deceased person’s test report confirmed the infection. So far nine people, who attended his funeral have also tested positive while other 61 have been quarantined. Senior inspector Sudhakar Suradkar, Central Police Station said that the three people, who gave undertaking to the civic body, have been booked under Section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Epidemic Disease Act, 1897. CITIES Delhi Mumbai Bengaluru Chennai Hyderabad Kolkata Ahmedabad Pune TAP TO UNMUTE VIDEOS Delhi on Lockdown 4.0 | Ground Report from South Delhi Kerala Restaurateur's appeal to FM Nirmala Sitharaman, Tourism Industry's survival at stake? Building Brand India; How to strike the right balance? | India Revival Mission Jeffery Sachs lauds India's response to Corona | India Revival Mission Mother of 6 daughters suffers in Aligarh, left to survive with 1000 rupees | Ground Report JUST IN J-K administration extends lockdown till May 19 Resolution emand probe into WHO's COVID-19 response Rajasthan: 135 buses with migrants waiting for UP govt's nod Bayern mark return with 2-0 victory over Union Berlin Passenger flight operations to remain suspended till May 31 MOST READ 12-year-old boy in UP thrashed by 2 cops Loose Rottweiler chews off 9-year-old boy's scalp Woman ends life as daughter denies to go to in-laws' house UP: Man gets family members killed for girlfriend Depressed over isolation and losses, businessman ends life NEXT STORY Now Available On         News Home India Outbreak Report Latest Coronavirus News Business India Tech Sports Health Spirituality Education Live TV Videos Photos Buzz The Newshour India Upfront Times Channel Packs Today Trending News Auto Delhi Company About Us Contact Us Advertise with us Syndication Editorial Guidelines Regulatory Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Disclaimer Complaint Redressal Sitemap Feedback Watch Live TV Times NOW ET NOW Mirror NOW © Bennett Coleman & Company Limited
2020-05-16Covid-19: Powerloom hub sees exodus in trucks, tempos and autos - Free Press Journal
Covid-19: Powerloom hub sees exodus in trucks, tempos and autosBy Narendra Gupta With neither food nor money, thousands of workers gather at the Bhiwandi bypass every day in the hope of getting a vehicle to return to their hometownsANIWith neither food nor money due to the ongoing lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus, thousands of powerloom unit workers are making an exodus from Bhiwandi, the powerloom hub to their hometown by either truck, tempo or auto rickshaws.Several migrant workers from Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Thane, Bhiwandi gather at the Bhiwandi bypass daily in the hope of getting a truck or any other vehicle to their hometowns.Reportedly, many workers from the powerloom units, small shops, auto drivers, daily wage earners and other industrial workers are leaving Bhiwandi on their own, as the state government has been unable to make proper arrangements for them so far.Bhiwandi is known for its powerloom industry but amid the Covid-19 pandemic, these and the dyeing units have completely shut down. More than 50 days have passed and the migrants' patience has run out, as they have neither have money nor jobs.Bhawarlal Chaudhary who is a powerloom owner from Bhiwandi said, "85 percent of my workers have left for their hometown. The supply chain of the yarn business has come to a halt amid the nationwide lockdown. We have demanded the government to give some attention to the powerloom industries and announce some relief package."Khushiram Saroj, a powerloom worker said, "Due to Covid-19, the company has shut down in my area. Several labourers from my company and other companies have left for their home town. There are 15 others who also want to go back to Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh.""The owner of our powerloom unit wanted us go back home as he did not have the capacity to bear our daily expenses anymore. However, he has promised us that he will call us back once the situation improves," said Farooque Shaikh, a powerloom worker (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)Bhiwandimigrant workerslockdownPowerloomCoronavirusCOVID 19Recent StoriesLIVECoronavirus updates from India and world: Live Updates2 killed, 9 injured after landslide hits Jammu-Srinagar national highwayChina vulnerable to another COVID-19 wave due to lack of immunity, says top health advisor Airport authority issues guidelines for fliers; downloading Aarogya Setu app to be compulsory US's House of Representatives approves $3 trillion COVID-19 relief package to fight coronavirus battle 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
2020-05-161,463 migrants leave for Bihar from Maharashtra’s Kalyan - Hindustan Times
2020-05-16Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) as of May 16 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) as of May 16 By FPJ Web DeskCoronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) as of May 16 Photo by Sanjay JogThane district witnessed its biggest spike in COVID-19 cases on Thursday, with 201 people testing positive for the virus. With this, the count in the district has reached 2,903, of which 899 patients had recovered, 87 had died and 1,917 were undergoing treatment, a report stated. According to latest data, most of the new cases were reported from Thane city, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan and Mira Bhayander. The coronavirus toll also rose from 80 to 87, with five deaths being reported from Thane city and two in other parts of the district, it stated. Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde chaired a review meeting on Thursday, during which it was highlighted that 31 per cent of COVID-19 patients in the district had recovered from the infection. Here's the full list of containment zones in Thane as per the data released by Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC):1. Karanti nagar Galli No.14 near saraswati School- Rabodi 2 Thane (W)2. Panchpakahadi, Near Dnyanraj Sabhagraha, Rahul Society, Thane (w)3. Room No.18 83 Bhakti Society Anand Park Thane West4. 1505 B- Wing OSS Sapphire Municipal Bldg5. 504 Hanuman Soc. Chandanwadi Panchpakhadi thane West6. Rm No. 24 Chintamamni Gharkul Service Rd. Sawalewadi Panchpakhadi Thane7. 182 Lotu Sheth Chawl Haridas Nagar near Shankar Temple Behind Golden Park8. Parera Tower, Parera Nagar, Thane9. Natraj Chs Bldg No 9 H25 Opp Murphy Express Highway Thane West -40060210. NEW NASHENAN CHS NEAR K VILLA OPPOSITE SANJIVAN1 HOSPITAL11. Saurabh Tower,Near Pratap Cinema,Kolbad12. Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Girls Hostel, Khopat,13. 2/201 SAI DEEP BLD BHARAT MATA GR. MAJIWADAGAO, THANE W14. Om Sai Chawl King Kong Nagar Dongripada Ghodbander Rd.15. Room no 734, Near to lala kirana store, Sai mandir, Patlipada, Ghodbandar road, Thane.16. C/301, Olympia Building, Lodha Pura, Majiwada, Thane West17. Bramhand Society, Azadnagar, thane18. 518, Parvati Niwas, Dhokali, Kolshet Road, Thane19. Room No. 202, Manan Chawl, Vijay Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane20. Saphire 2 Cosmos Jewel, near DMart Anand Nagar Thane21. Rajesh Shetty Chawl, Manorama Nagar,22. Aspen, Everest World, Kolsheth Road, Thane23. Owla, Takadiv Road, Ghodbundar Road, Shiv Sayadri Chawl, Thane West24. 102, Standfrd Bldg. Hiranandani Estate, Manpada, Thane25. Lodha Amara Labour Camp26. 1404 MMRD, PUNARVASAN BLD,MANPADA,THANE27. B/602, ORCHID BLD, PRESTIGES RESIDENCY,WAGHABILNAKA,MANPADA,THANE28. Chirag Nagar, Vartaknagar, Thane29. 25/170 Ajankya Tara CHS Shivaji Nagar Pokhran Rd. 1 thane W30. Pokhran Road - 2 Gandhi Nagar Thane31. Bhim Nagar Vartak Nagar32. VASANT VIHAR THANE-133. OSWAL SPARSH CHS,BLDG NO.9,POKHRAN ROAD NO.2,MAJIWAD THANE34. ATHARVA HEIGHTS POKHRAN ROAD NO.1,SHIVAI NAGAR THANE35. Dyanoday School, Sawarkar Nagar, thane36. Sawarkar nagar, PANCH PAGMASHWALA APPT, 1ST FLOOR37. Kulswamini Chawl, lokmanya nagar, Pada no.4, Thane38. Sukhsagan Society, D/6, Flat no.19, Patil wadi, Sawarkar Nagar39. VEDANT COMPLEX PHASE -2, Vijay Nagar, Vartak nagar, Thane40. Vaibhavlaxmi chwl, Near TMC school No.103,131 kajuwadi41. KOKANNIVAS CHAWL CHAITTI NAGAR, Lokamanya Nagar PADA NO 342. HANUMAN NAGAR LAXMI KRUPA CRAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W)43. Sambhaji Nagar Sagar Baug near Rahil Hotel Bakery44. Shiv Galli,lndiranagar Rd. No. 33 Rupadevipada 1 near Shiv Mandir, Thane45. DHARMVEER CHAWL ,CHAWL NO.03,ROOM NO. 1,JAI BHAVANI NAGAR46. 204, 2nd Fir. Sal Apt. Sawarkar Nagar Near Municipal Office47. Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No 3, Parera Nagar, Near Mauli Kirana Store, Pawar Nagar, Thane48. ROOM NO 2 SAI CHARAN CRAWL INDIRA NAGAR TEKDI WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W)49. B/37 4th FL Shanti Apt R No 22 Near Thakur School Savarkar Nagar50. Kashinath Parab Chawl, Pokharn Road No. 1, Dhawle Nagar, Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No. 351. Ambewadi, Room No. 1202, Near Madin Masjid, Wagle Estate, Thane (West)52. Sal Sitra Chawl, Indra Nagar, Road On 22, Opp Laxmi Medical , Near Bush Bldg Rupadevi Pada, No 2, Thane53. Annabhou Sathenagar, wagle estate54. Dharamveer Chawl, Sainathnagar, Kajuwadi55. Guruprashad Apt. Mahatma Phule Nagar56. Danurdhar Bhavan first floor flat No.104 Padwalnagar Wagle Estate Thane (W)57. C.P.TALAO SHIV SHAKTI MITRA MANDAL NEAR SHANKAR MANDIR WAGLE ESTATE58. Kailasnagar ITA Circle wagle estate Thane (w)59. Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi, Sadhbhavna Apt, Kisanagar no.3, Bhatwadi, Renuka Sadan Kisannagar 3, Ashtavinayak Apt, R/N 28, Kisangar no.3, bhatwadi60. VISHVDIP BUILDING 4TH FLOOR SHIVAJINAGAR THANE, VIJAY APPARTMENT D WING 103 KISAN NAGAR 1 THANE61. 2/205 kinara Apt. kisan Nagar no 262. SURESH Smriti BUILDING, ROOM NO 5, KISAN NAGAR 3, WAGLE ESTATE, THANE63. Waralipada near bavadi Shreenagar64. Silky Apt room no 3 in front of Oil depo Kisan Nagar no 265. Shanti bhavan room no 6 kisan nagar no3 opp bus stop near vinod jewllers thane66. Shiv Shakti Nagar Behind Sunrise Bussiness park Kisan Nagar 267. 41 Shukla Building 2nd Floor Padwal Nagar68. Shiv Shakti Nagar Kisan Nagar 269. 1/1 Shanti Bhuvan Kisan Nagar 3 Wagle Industrial estate70. Usha Kiran bld R.no.406 Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.371. Omprakash apt.R.No.101 Kisannagar No.272. Nutan Mirabld B Wing Kisan Nagar Wagle Estate Thane73. Wagale Estate, Nehru Nagar - 1, Thane74. Ashar IT Park Wagle Estate75. 8/14 D,Silver Police Line Court Naka Thane76. Aditya building, new Police Tower Mahagiri Thane77. B9 Laxmiwadi Chendani Koliwad Meethbandar Road Thane ( East )78. chendni koliwada , cement road, R no. 118, Swapnapurti bid, kopari79. PRAFUL NAKHAWA CHENDANI KOLIWADA MITHBANDAR NAKHAWA chawl80. Koprigoan Apposit Yogeshwari bulding Shanti nivash Near Hiralal Bhoir Bagalo kopri thane East81. Room no-4,Ground floo,Nilkanth Darshan Society, Naupada Thane82. anandnagar oppo. Kopari bridge, kopari83. Rm.no18, sathe wadi near dnyansadhana. college84. Maya Villa, Raheja Garden Thane W85. NAGSEN NAGAR NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR OPP.DADOJI STEDIUM86. Jalaram Ashish-1 G. M Marg Thane87. Ram Maruti Rd. New English School Ganesh Kutir88. 703, Bhalchandra building Behind gaodevi bus depo. Thane w89. New Swastik Chs Bag Soc. Near Ganesh Tawkies Edulji Rd. Charia Thane90. Gaurangi CHS, near Damani Estate LEIS Rd, Naupada, thane91. Amar Tower Bhaskar Colony Naupada92. Laxmi Apt. Gholai nagar Atkoneshwarnagar Thane West93. Janki Nagar, Kharegaon, thane (W)94. Bhaskar nagar Kalwa Thane95. Shivgarjana Chawl, Atkoneshwar nagar, Kalwa96. Jagnath Appt. Vitawa, Kalwa97. Narayan park,Room No. 301,Near Megha Apartment ,Vitawa, Kalwa98. Rm. No. 27, Santoshi Chawl, near Agreseen School, Thane Belapur Rd. Kalwa East99. 105,SAMI DISHA APARTMENT,VITAWA,KALWA,THANE100. Kantabai building,room.no.105 ,Vitawa101. 103 A/2 Vaishanavi dham complex Near vitthal mandir kharigaon kalwa102. NEW SHIVAJI NAGAR, KALWA103. Sai ashirvad A-2,SURYA NAGAR,VITAWA104. Shashtri Nagar Mafatlal Company opposite Durga Mandir, Atkoneshwar Kalwa105. Bldg. No. 5 B-wing 2nd Floor Sudama CHS Old Mumbai-Puna Rd. Kalwa106. Resident Doctor at CSMH Thane107. Suryanagar Gate No.1 Vitawa Kalwa Thane (W)108. SANKALP CHS,. MANISHA NAGAR - 2, KALWA, THANE109. Anand Vihar Complex,Near Railway Phatak Kharegaon ,Kalwa East,Thane110. Rajashree Shahu Chawl, R/N 3, New Shivaji Nagar, Thakurpada, Kaiwa, Thane111. Shiv Shrusti Kharegaon, Thane112. R.No.202, Chawandai Residency, Parsik Nagar Kalwa113. Saipranam Chs, A-307, Kharigaon, Kalwa114. Janki Nagar, Pipeline, Manisha Nagar, Kalwa West115. Digvijay Bld, Room No 301, Thane116. Rm. No. 1, Narayan Krupa Chawl Vltava Kaiwa117. KHALIL MENSION ROOM NO 303/A WING GHASWAL COMPOUND KAUSA118. B3/903, MM Valley, Mumbra, Thane119. Room No.3 Sarkar Tower Dauladnagar Chand nagar Kausa Thane; C/102, NEW NASHMAN COLONY, OPP TANWAR NAGAR, KAUSA120. Room no.18 Waghmare Building Santosh nagar Mumbra121. A-1, Nuri Chand Nagar, Kausa Thane122. MUMBRA, MUSAKHASAM, ROOM 204, OPP MUMBRA RAILWAY STATION, THANE123. LALYA MUMBREKAR HOUSE GROUND FLOOR NEAR JAMA MAUID KAUSA MARKET124. NEAR CHARNI PADA KAUSA GAON125. 105 /13-1 SHAMSHAD NAGAR KAUSA126. Abida Manzil A-wing Kausa Mumbra127. Nasim baug Amrut Nagar, Mumbra, Thane128. Janta Colomy, Jeevan Baug, Mumbra129. REHAN BAUG,G-BLDG,B-206,DEURI PADA,KAUSA,THANE-400612130. PRIME NEST BUILDING NEAR HIGH INTENSITY GYM, MUMBRA. - 400612131. Hirabai Niwas, Kausa, Charnipada, Mumbra132. Rashid compound , Mumbra , Thane133. Irfan Palace, B-Wing , 1st Fool, 101, Rashid Compound, Kausa, Mumbra134. Madina Manzil B-Wing Room No-2 Red Rose Society, Mumbra, Thane - 400612135. Pondular Nagar 2nd Floor R.N 6, Mumbra, Thane136. Room No-1 Ground Floor B Wing Mehfooz Apt Near Rehmania Hospital, Mumbra, Thane137. Mustafa , Thane138. Kgn Apt, Near Bosco School, Rashid Camp139. A 102, Raut Apt, Near Police Chowki, Kausa140. Hashmat Park, Rashid Compound, Kausa Mumbra141. Gurukrupa Chawl, Sanjay Nagar, Mumbra142. Ashiyana Tower,B - 701, Above Millennium Hospital, Kausa, Mumbra143. Vind Apt. Room No. 404, A Wing Opp. Reliance Tower Dive Thane (W)144. ROOM N01, KANUBAI APPRTMENT, OPP. SONU PLAZA , DIVA WEST THANE 612145. Shil Phata, Diva, Thane146. LALYA MUMBREKAR HOUSE GROUND FLOOR NEAR JAMA MAJJID KAUSA MARKET147. SHREEVARDHAN CHAWL RN 12 SAI SWPANA NAGAR DIVA148. 105 Shivam Riverwood Soc. Desai Naka Kalyan149. Reliance 1/B Rm. No. 1 Mum bra Devi Colony Diva East150. 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2020-05-16COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badlapur follow - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badlapur followYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badlapur followMirror Online | Updated: May 16, 2020, 19:44 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar recorded 11 fresh coronavirus cases on Friday. With this, the total number in the city has gone up to 92. Out of the 11, nine people belong to the same family. They contracted the deadly virus after a 50-year-old woman from their family succumbed to COVID-19 last week. The family had attended the funeral of the woman violating the social distancing and lockdown protocols laid down by the government. As per the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation officials, the family had unwrapped the body and carried out the rituals at the crematorium. Click here for latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic A police complaint has been lodged against three members of the family. The other two victims are residents of Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel 933 COVID-19 cases reported in Mumbai today; Maharashtra's total count at 29,100On Friday, Mumbai reported 34 deaths and 933 new Covid-19 cases. The total number of Covid-19 positive cases in Mumbai now stands at 17,512, according to state health department data. At least 655 people have succumbed to coronavirus in Mumbai so far. On Friday, Ambernath too witnessed a jump in the number of COVID positive patients after nine people tested positive for the virus. On the other hand, the total number of cases in Ambernath now stands at 32. Meanwhile, 10 people came out to be positive in Badlapur, as informed by the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC). The total number in the city (Badlapur) has now surged to 85. Out of the 10 victims, six are contacts of the previously infected persons. The remaining four include a BMC worker, a cop, and two healthcare staff. Out of the 85, 22 people have been cured and discharged while 61 are being treated at designated hospitals in and around the city. Two people have succumbed to the virus so far, the KBMC informed. Untitled Carousel Mumbai needs real-time status of hospital bedsThis is not rocket-science and any smart tech company can do this RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 He lost his livelihood to the lockdown. Help save his child.KETTOMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesStay Home & Munch Health. Get 10% OFF on 1st order!Healthy MasterOrder your immunity booster, 10% off on your 1st order!Healthy MasterThis ₹6500 bitcoin investment is making Indians rich.Daily News You never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesInsure, renew policies online - Bajaj Allianz Website & AppBajaj AllianzThese 3 simple clicks can make your computer like a new.Repair-Windowsकोरोना संकट से जूझती भारतीय MSMEs को मदद करेगी अलीबाबा.कॉमAlibaba
2020-05-16COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 100-mark; Badlapur tally stands at 98 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 100-mark; Badlapur tally stands at 98You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 100-mark; Badlapur tally stands at 98By Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: May 16, 2020, 21:32 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThane: With 11 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, Ulhasnagar crossed the 100-mark and the total now stands at 103. As per the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 82 people are currently undergoing treatment at designated hospitals while 16 have been cured and discharged. Five people have succumbed to the virus in the city. Out of the 11 fresh cases, five reside near Chopra Court in Ulhasnagar-3. This includes a 5-year-old boy, a 3-year-old girl, a 28-year-old woman, a 30-year-old woman and a 58-year-old woman. A 38-year-old man from Adarsh Nagar has tested positive, while two men and a woman have contracted the virus in Khanna Compound, Shanti Nagar. A 26-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman have tested positive for COVID-19 at Sambhaji Chowk, Ulhasnagar-4. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Two more policemen succumb to COVID-19, toll mounts to 8Two more policemen from the Mumbai police succumbed to coronavirus in the last 24 hours, taking the number of fatalities in the force to eight. The state police fatality figures have gone up to 11. On the other hand, one person has been infected with the virus in Ambernath, taking the tally to 33. In Badlapur, 13 people tested positive on Saturday, as per the data of Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC). The total number of cases in the city has now climbed to 98, out of which 65 are currently undergoing treatment in designated hospitals, while 31 people have been cured and discharged. So far, two people have died because of COVID-19 in Badlapur, informed KBMC. A 33-year-old man from Manjarli area, who works with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has tested positive, whereas a 29-year-old man who works as a security guard at the Sion hospital has contracted the virus. A 42-year-old doctor and a 51-year-old man deployed at the Kurla police station have also come out to be positive. The remaining victims are either contacts of previously infected patients or are residents of areas where coronavirus cases have cropped up in the last few days. Untitled Carousel Sion hospital staff on dead body row: People passed a judgement but little do they know what it takes to manage a pandemicDays after a chilling video of Sion hospital went viral in which coronavirus patients were seen lying next to dead bodies, a group of doctors and staff members have released a video of their own explaining the situation at the hospital. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Millionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesThis ₹6500 bitcoin investment is making Indians rich.Daily NewsHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career TimesThis man is making money online in this lockdown!Career TimesA range of healthy offerings awaits you.Order & get 10% OFF!Healthy Master My husband is stuck in Dubai & my only son is dying. Help meKETTOYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Day PostsBuild Your Expertise in ML & AI with NLP, DL languageupGradUnlock amazing offers using your work email!SamsungUnlock amazing offers using your work email!SamsungThese 3 simple clicks can make your computer like a new.Repair-Windows
2020-05-169 test positive after attending the funeral of a COVID patient, 3 booked - Free Press Journal
9 test positive after attending the funeral of a COVID patient, 3 booked By Narendra Gupta Nine members of a family tested COVID-19 positive in Ulhasnagar township in Thane district of Maharashtra on Friday, a week after one of their kin died and later found infected with coronavirus.Five days after a 50-year-old man from Ulhasnagar died in Central Hospital, he tested positive for coronavirus on May 14. According to civic officials, doctors had suspected the deceased was corona-positive. Accordingly, they had draped the body in plastic and kept it in the hospital, awaiting the report. However, because of pressure from his family and their written assurance, the hospital administration had handed over the body to his family member for final rites. Seventy people reportedly attended his funeral, of whom nine have now tested positive. Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner Sudhakar Deshmukh said," A case has been registered against three people under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code".In Ulhasnagar, there are currently 92 positive cases, 72 of whom are currently under treatment, five have died and 15 have recovered and been discharged. Twenty areas have been declared containment zones. Around 1,000 people have been placed quarantine, 750 of them being home-quarantined. (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)COVID 19containment zonesCoronavirus.Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner Sudhakar DeshmukhRecent StoriesTwo Canadian Sikh doctors shave their beards to be able to wear the N95 masks necessary for treating COVID-19 patientsMaharashtra records over 1,600 cases in 24 hours; total coronavirus case tally crosses 30,000PM Modi announces compensation for the families of migrant labourers killed in Uttar Pradesh accidentRahul Gandhi meets with migrants detained while attempting to walk home; party arranges for vehicles to take them home'Raising FDI limit will unleash true potential of Indian defence production': Defence Minister Rajnath Singh hails Sitharaman's announcements 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
2020-05-16Govt to set up temporary prisons to stop the spread of COVID-19 in jails - Free Press Journal
Govt to set up temporary prisons to stop the spread of COVID-19 in jailsBy Sachin Gaad After the outbreak of the virus around 7000 prisoners were released from the jails since March 28.In its attempt to decongest jails, the state government has decided to establish temporary jails to save the inmates from getting infected from coronavirus. The step has been taken after 158 inmates from the Arthur Road jail have recently been tested positive for COVID-19.On Friday, the Home Ministry has issued a Government Resolution (GR) to establish the temporary prisons and has empowered the district collectors to establish temporary prisons as per the section 7 or Prisons Act. The GR states that, as per the requirements, the district collectors can undertake public or private buildings and turn them into a temporary prison. The guidelines for the temporary jails will be set by the Additional Director of Police (jail), stated in the GR.Recently, 158 inmates and 28 jail staff from the Arthur Road jail in Mumbai were tested positive for COVID-19. The Arthur Road jail is one of the most congested prison in the state with thrice the number of inmates than its official capacity. One of the inmates from Byculla Women's Jail was also tested positive for coronavirus.Following the spread of COVID-19 in Arthur Road jail, the state's high-power committee, chaired by Justice AA Sayed and comprising Additional chief secretary Sanjay Chahande and Director General of Prisons SN Pandey has decided to release 50% of prisoners on emergency parole from jails across the state.As per the figures provided by the jail authorities, in past one week, 2005 prisoners were released from the jails as of Thursday.The maximum number of prisoners were 284 prisoners released by Nashik Road Central Prison, this was followed by Aurangabad Central Prison and Paithan Open Prison with 232 and 250 prisoners released respectively. From the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai so far 6 inmates have been released.After the outbreak of the virus around 7000 prisoners were released from the jails since March 28.So far the state has also released 17 under trials, 15 have been released on bail from the Thane Central prison, while 2 have been released from Arthur Road jail. (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)Arthur Road jailjailCOVID 19Coronavirus,Justice AA SayedDirector General of Prisons SN PandeyRecent StoriesTwo Canadian Sikh doctors shave their beards to be able to wear the N95 masks necessary for treating COVID-19 patientsMaharashtra records over 1,600 cases in 24 hours; total coronavirus case tally crosses 30,000PM Modi announces compensation for the families of migrant labourers killed in Uttar Pradesh accidentRahul Gandhi meets with migrants detained while attempting to walk home; party arranges for vehicles to take them home'Raising FDI limit will unleash true potential of Indian defence production': Defence Minister Rajnath Singh hails Sitharaman's announcements 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
2020-05-16MNS MLA and BJP MP raise question over quality of Bhiwandi-Kalyan-Shilphata road work - Times of India
MNS MLA and BJP MP raise question over quality of Bhiwandi-Kalyan-Shilphata road workMNS MLA and BJP MP raise question over quality of Bhiwandi-Kalyan-Shilphata road workPradeep Gupta | TNN | May 16, 2020, 14:25 ISTMNS MLA Pramod (Raju) Patil. (Photo: Mumbai Mirror)KALYAN: The opposition party leaders like MNS MLA Pramod (Raju) Patil and BJP MP Kapil Patil have raised questions on the construction of 21 kilometres long six-lane Bhiwandi-Kalyan-Shilphata road work blaming contractor of taking advantage of lockdown for making the road using inferior quality materials. Both leaders have complained the same to Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) demanding to check the quality of road work and also to take action against the responsible person. MLA Raju Patil has written complaint to chief executive engineer of MSRDC Radheshyam Mopalwar and demanded probe into the quality of work. In complaint, the MNS MLA has claimed that Bhiwandi-Kalyan-Shilphata road is one of the crucial road in Thane district as it connects Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath with Navi Mumbai. He said, when work of road started during lockdown he hoped that it would be of better quality and would get ready till the end of lockdown for public use in absence of vehicular traffic. However, the MLA has said, “He has come to know that road quality is of very low quality and substandard material is being used. He demanded that MSRDC should check quality of the road and should take action against the responsible person. Meanwhile, on Friday, BJP MP Kapil Patil have also made the similar allegations, saying the road has developed several cracks and he has complained the matter to the senior official of MSRDC demanding action against the responsible contractor. 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2020-05-15Maharashtra: Thane reports highest single-day COVID-19 spike - indiablooms
Maharashtra: Thane reports highest single-day COVID-19 spike Fri, May 15 2020 Maharashtra: 74 fresh cases surface in Aurangabad, infection tally rises to 823 Fri, May 15 2020 » Archive Maharashtra: Thane reports highest single-day COVID-19 spike India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 15 May 2020, 02:48 pm #Thane, #Maharashtra, #COVID19 Thane/UNI: As many as 201 Covid-19 cases were detected on Thursday in this district, the highest single-day spike in the number of pandemic patients, an official report stated on Friday. Seven individuals, including five from Thane city, succumbed to the contagion on Thursday hence taking this district's death toll to 87. Out of the new cases, the city reported a record 70 cases while the remaining patients were found in the suburbs of Navi Mumbai, Kalyan and Mira Bhayander. Now, this district has a total of 2,903, out of which, the highest 974 and 913 cases are in the limits of Thane and Navi Mumbai civic bodies, respectively. While, there are 391 and 286 infected individuals in the respective suburbs of Kalyan-Dombivili and Mira-Bhayandar, report apprised, adding that the Thane Rural, Ulhasnagar and Badlapur civic councils have become a cause of concern with 129, 79 and 75 cases, respectively. The remaining cases are from the powerloom town of Bhiwandi (33) and Ambernath (23). Six persons, including policemen and lockup inmates, were among those who contracted the contagion in Ambernath. Meanwhile, Shahapur MLA Daulat Daroda is observing quarantine after he came into contact with a positive patient.  Maharashtra: Thane reports highest single-day COVID-19 spike India Blooms News Service Comments () Post your comment: change text Related Images Fortis Hospital celebrates Children's Day in Kolkata Wed, Nov 16 2016 Kolkata witnesses 'supermoon' Tue, Nov 15 2016 Fitness expert Namita Jain launches animated movie on dining etiquette Thu, Oct 13 2016 Related Videos Trump backs off calling China a currency manipulator Thu, Apr 13 2017 NASA's Kepler telescope discovers 104 new planets during K2 Mission Wed, Jul 20 2016 NASA launches new Pluto flyover video Sun, Sep 20 2015   About Us  |  Writers  |  Advertise with Us  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service  |  Contact Us |  Send FeedbackCopyright © 2020 Indiablooms.com. All rights reserved.   Copyright / IP Policy   |  Company InfoIncrease Page Rank
2020-05-15Coronavirus India lockdown Day 52 live updates | India surpasses China’s tally with more than 85,000 confirmed virus cases - Frontline
Coronavirus India lockdown Day 52 updates | May 15, 2020 Share On News National International States Cities Aarogya Setu app mandatory for travel on 15 special trains: Railways News National Coronavirus India lockdown Day 52 updates | May 15, 2020 The Hindu Net Desk May 15, 2020 09:50 IST Updated: May 15, 2020 23:22 IST Share Article PRINT A A A The Greater Chennai Corporation has closed Perambur fruit vegetable market and shops in the neighbourhood at Bharathi Road owing to COVID-19 cases reported in the market, on May 15, 2020.   | Photo Credit: B. Jothi Ramalingam The Hindu Net Desk May 15, 2020 09:50 IST Updated: May 15, 2020 23:22 IST India surpasses China’s tally with more than 85,000 confirmed virus cases/ The nationwide tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases crossed 85,000 on Friday with more people testing positive for the deadly virus infection from Kashmir to Kerala and from Karnataka to Bihar, even as indications emerged about greater relaxations in the fourth phase of the lockdown beginning Monday to contain economic costs of the pandemic.Going by the numbers declared by different states and union territories, India has now surpassed China’s official tally of 82,933 confirmed COVID-19 cases.Though some new cases have emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan -- the epicentre of the deadly virus -- less than 100 people are now undergoing treatment across China, which recorded 4,633 deaths due to COVID-19 but more than 78,000 have been discharged after recovery, as per their official data.The Hindu has brought out a multi-language e-book on essential COVID-19 information, in addition to covering the developments related to the coronavirus pandemic as it unfolded. Here is a collection of our daily cartoons on COVID-19.Here are answers from experts on your queries about the virus, a list of State Helpline numbers, a State-wise tracker for COVID-19 cases, deaths and testing, and a map of confirmed cases in India.Here are the latest updates:10.15 pm | Odisha48 new COVID-19 cases in Odisha; tally rises to 672As many as 48 people, who returned to Odisha recently, tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, taking the total number of coronavirus cases in the State to 672, an official said. Of the fresh cases, 12 each were reported from Ganjam and Balasore, 10 from Puri district, six from Bhadrak, three from Nayagarh, two from Jajpur and one each from Cuttack, Sundergarh and Deogarh districts, a Health and Family Welfare Department official said.All the coronavirus positive cases detected on Friday came from temporary quarantine medical centres and one from home quarantine, the official said, adding that most of them had returned from Gujarat, West Bengal, Delhi and Maharashtra. With eight patients getting cured on Friday, the total number of recoveries from COVID-19 increased to 166 in the State.All the 29 children who were afflicted with coronavirus in Odisha have now recovered from the disease, the State’s chief spokesperson on COVID-19, Subroto Bagchi said. Sources in the Health and Family Welfare Department said a total of 81,919 samples have been tested for coronavirus so far.With the 48 new cases, the total number of COVID-19 cases in the State rose to 672 of which 503 cases are active cases and 166 people have recovered while three have died of the disease. Of the 30 districts in Odisha, 21 have so far reported COVID-19 cases.10.10 pm | BiharSix more COVID-19 positive cases in Bihar take the total number to 1,018; all cases from Jamui, Madhubani, Patna and Lakhisarai districts.- Amarnath Tewary10 pm| IndiaThird tranche of economic stimulus will help rural economy, boost farmers’ income: PM ModiPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the third tranche of economic stimulus announced by his government will help rural economy and boost farmers’ income.“I welcome today’s measures announced by FM @nsitharaman,”he wrote on Twitter.He said the measures will help the rural economy, hardworking farmers, fishermen, the animal husbandry and dairy sectors. In the third tranche of an overall package of ₹20 lakh crore to deal with the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday announced a slew of measures for agriculture sector, including a ₹1.63 lakh crore outlay, and amending the stringent Essential Commodities Act to remove cereals, edible oil, oilseeds, pulses, onions and potato from its purview.Mr. Modi also said he specially welcomes reform initiatives in agriculture, which will boost income of farmers. Earlier this week, PM Modi announced a cumulative package of ₹20 lakh crore, nearly 10% of GDP, to provide relief to various segments of the economy battered by the nationwide lockdown in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.9.50 pm | Uttar PradeshUttar Pradesh COVID-19 death toll is now 95. Total cases are 4,057; active ones 1,797, according to the State Health Department. Deaths reported in Jalaun, Pratap, Mahoba, Noida, Meerut, Moradabad and Mainpuri.- Omar Rashid9.35 pm | Rajasthan213 new COVID-19 positive cases detected in Rajasthan today, taking the State's tally to 4,747. No death reported today. Among the patients, 2,729 have recovered and 2,421 have been discharged. As of now, Rajasthan has 1,893 positive cases: Medical & Health Department.- Mohammed Iqbal8.45 pm | MaharashtraMaharashtra’s cumulative tally breaches 29,000-mark  Maharashtra reported yet another massive surge of 1,576 new COVID-19 cases on Friday as the cumulative tally breached the 29,000 - mark to reach 29,100. 49 new deaths were reported today, taking the total number of fatalities to 1,068. As many as 505 patients were discharged today, taking the total number of discharged till date to 6,564.Mumbai's case tally has now increased to 17,671 cases, while its death toll stood at 655. As many as 34 of the new deaths reported today were from Mumbai city, and six from Pune district among other parts of the State.8.30 pm | IndiaOver 20 lakh RT-PCR tests conducted in IndiaThe number of RT-PCR tests for detection of COVID-19 crossed the two million-mark in India on Friday, ICMR officials said as the total count of coronavirus cases shot up to over 81,000 in the country.A total of 20,39,952 samples were tested in the country as on Friday 9 a.m., with 92,911 tests being conducted since Thursday 9 a.m., Dr. Rajnikant Srivastava, the head of the Department of Research Management, Policy Planning and Communication at the Indian Council of Medical Research in New Delhi said.According to officials, testing for COVID-19 has been scaled up significantly over the last two months and the capacity has increased to around one lakh tests per day.“To promote Make in India and facilitate domestic manufacturers to get their COVID-19 diagnostics kits validated, the number of ICMR-approved validation centres and laboratories has been increased from five to 14,” Mr. Srivastava said.Starting with one laboratory at the National Institute of Virology (NIV) in Pune and 100 laboratories at the beginning of the lockdown, the RT-PCR tests are now available at 360 government and 147 private testing facilities across the country, he added.Till March 31,47,852 samples were tested while till April 30, a total of 9,02,654 samples were tested for coronavirus, another ICMR official said. From May 1 till 8 a.m. on May 15, 11,37,298 samples were tested, he added.8.20 pm| MaharashtraCOVID-19 cases in Mumbai’s Dharavi go to 1,145The tally of COVID-19 patients in Dharavi, increased to 1,145 on Friday after 84 more persons tested positive for the infection, a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation official said. However, no new death was reported in Dharavi in the last 24 hours and the death toll in the slum is 53, the official said.8.04 pm | GujaratGujarat records 20 more deaths; death toll stood at 606Gujarat records 20 deaths and added 340 new infection cases on Friday, increasing its tally to 9932 Covid-19 cases and 606 deaths.As many as 43 patients are critical and on ventilator support. Total discharged patients are 4035 including 282 discharged on Friday.Ahmedabad added 261 cases and 14 deaths, bringing its tally of infections to 7171 and 479 deaths.7.50 | Tamil NaduAnother spike in TN cases434 persons test positive for COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu on Friday, taking the total to 10,108. Five more deaths reported, taking the total deaths to 71. 359 discharged today and the total discharged is 2,599.7.45 pm | Maharashtra9 members of family test COVID-19 positive after death of infected kinNine members of a family tested COVID-19 positive in Ulhasnagar township in Thane district of Maharashtra on Friday, a week after one of their kin died and later found infected with coronavirus, an official said.According to the official, after the victim’s body was handed over to the family members, they had performed rituals on it after removing the plastic sheets wrapped around it, against the instructions of the medical authorities. “A 50-year-old member of this family died on May 8. He tested positive for the infection a day later,” spokesperson of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation Yuvraj Badhane said.“The victim’s family members gave an undertaking to the hospital that they will strictly follow all the guidelines during the cremation. The body, which was wrapped in plastic sheets, was handed over to them. They were asked not to uncover it,”he said.However, after they took the body home, the family members removed the plastic sheets and conducted death-related rituals on the body, including giving a bath, Mr. Badhane said. “Later, around 70 people attended his funeral,” he said.When the civic authorities came to know about it, they traced those who had attended the funeral. “A test was conducted on all of them. Nine family members of the deceased tested COVID-19 positive on Friday. They have been isolated and being treated,”the official said. The civic officials said that the rest of the contacts have been quarantined.So far, 89 people, including 10 from this family, have tested COVID-19 positive in Ulhasnagar, where the death toll due to the infection till now is four, officials said.7.40 pm | KarnatakaAll Mysuru COVID-19 patients cured, dischargedAmid the coronavirus spread in the country, there is some news to cheer from Karnataka’s Mysuru district, a hotspot, with all 90 patients having fully recovered and discharged. “All the 90 COVID-19 positive patients from Mysore District Hospital have been discharged without single mortality. Thank you for all the support,” the Health Department said in a brief statement on Friday.Sharing the joy, Medical Education Minister Dr. K. Sudhakar tweeted, “Glad to inform that all 90 COVID19 positive patients in Mysuru Dist Hospital have recovered. Thanks to doctors, nurses & all CoronaWarriors who worked tirelessly to make this possible. With people support, we can win this fight against Corona.”District Health and Family Welfare Officer Dr. R. Venkatesh told PTI that there were 74 cases in Nanjangud, which were related to a pharmaceutical company Jubilant Life Sciences. Then there were 10 Tablighis who had not attended the Delhi event but were roaming in Bannur, he said. There were two international travellers and their primary and secondary contacts, all put together 90 cases, Mr. Venkatesh said.7.25 pm| KarnatakaGuidelines for marriages after easing of lockdown announced in KarnatakaNot more than 50 guests, no air-condition, no consumption of liquor and paan, no invitation to pregnant women and to people aged above 65 and below 10 years are some of the guidelines to be followed for holding marriages or events in Karnataka with easing of the lockdown.An advisory by the Department of Health and Family Welfare Services said that in view of the ongoing COV1D-19 pandemic, the Centre has decided to ease the lockdown in a phased manner and provided guidelines. It said necessary prior permission and travel passes for the event should be obtained from local authorities.The event should not have more than 50 guests and be conducted in a suitable public place with good natural ventilation [No AC], it said. Prohibiting people from containment zones from attending such events, it said those aged above 65 years, pregnant women and children below 10 years are not permitted to attend them. Use of sanitisers and thermal screening at the entry of the venue has been mandated.7.15 pm | Jammu & KashmirThirty new COVID-19 positive cases reported in Jammu and Kashmir: Nine from Jammu division and 21 from Kashmir division. Total number of cases in the Union Territory is now at 1,013, including 489 active cases, 513 recovered and 11 deaths: J&K Government.7.10 pm | ChinaNumber of COVID-19 cases in China falls below 100The number of patients undergoing treatment for COVID-19 in China has fallen below 100 for the first time since January, even as Wuhan -- the epicentre of the deadly virus -- has launched a massive drive to test all its 11 million residents to detect growing number of asymptomatic cases, officials said on Friday.According to figures released by China’s National Health Commission on Friday, the number of coronavirus patients undergoing treatment for the disease came down to 91 as of Thursday. Officials said it is a major landmark for the country where the virus originated. The virus has so far claimed 4,633 lives in China, the NHC said.China has reported 15 new COVID-19 cases, including 11 asymptomatic ones, taking the total number of coronavirus infections in the country to 82,933, the health officials said on Friday. Of the total 82,933 cases, 91 patients are undergoing treatment and 78,209 had been discharged from hospitals after recovery, they said.The total number of asymptomatic coronavirus infections in China now stands at 619, including 492 in Wuhan.7 pm | ChhattisgarhAllow States to demarcate COVID-19 zones: Bhupesh Baghel urges PMChhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel on Friday once again urged the Centre to allow the States to decide on red-, green- and orange zones based on the severity of the coronavirus situation in the districts under their jurisdiction during the fourth phase of the lockdown.In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mr. Baghel said it is necessary to restart business and commercial activities with complete precaution in order to bring the economy back on track during the fourth phase of lockdown, an official statement issued in Raipur said.However, he also cautioned that opening of inter-State borders at this moment will not be appropriate, it added. “The State should have rights for demarcation of its districts into green-, orange- and red zones on the basis of coronavirus cases. The Centre should fix transparent criteria for the purpose,” Mr. Baghel said in the letter.In a letter written to the PM on Monday, Mr. Baghel had made a similar demand.6.50 pm | KeralaKerala’s COVID-19 tally rises to 576With 16 fresh COVID-19 cases reported on Friday, the total rose to 576 in Kerala which has been witnessing a spike in cases of late. Eighty people are under treatment while 493 have been cured of the infection, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said. Mr. Vijayan said cases are increasing in the State which was a matter of concern.Seven of the positive cases were those who had come from abroad, while four had come from neighbouring Tamil Nadu and two from Mumbai, he said. Three were infected through contact.Social distancing and other measures need to be strictly followed as there is a possibility of the infection spreading through contact, he told reporters in Thiruvananthapuram.Cautioning those in quarantine to strictly following the protocol, Mr. Vijayan said police personnel on motorcycles will patrol homes in various districts.On Friday, 65 cases were registered, 53 in Thiruvananthapuram, for not following the quarantine protocol while it was 11 in Kasaragod and one in Kozhikode.With five more cases being reported, Wayanad’s tally has gone up to 19, followed by Malappuram (4), Alappuzha and Kozhikode two each and one each from Kollam, Palakkad and Kasaragod, Mr. Vijayan said giving the break-up of the cases.With positive cases seeing a spike in the last few days, the tally touched 576 on Friday, of whom 80 are presently under treatment. Over 48,000 are under observation, while 538 are in hospitals. The maximum people were admitted on Friday in Malappuram - 36, followed by Kasaragod - 16 and Kozhikode - 17, Mr. Vijayan said.Of the total 576 cases, 311 people had come from abroad, including eight foreigners and 70 had come from other States. At least 187 were infected through contact.6.40 pm | New Delhi1,640 foreign Tablighi Jamaat members were in India, only 66 contracted COVID-19: JamiatAs many as 1,640 foreign Tablighi Jamaat members from 47 countries were in India at the time of Nizamuddin Markaz gathering, of whom only 64 tested positive for COVID-19 and two more died of the virus, prominent Muslim organisation Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind said on Friday.Jamiat president Maulana Arshad Madani said the “highlighting” of Tablighi Jamaat cases while talking about the total number of cases in the country had allegedly created an atmosphere of hatred against Muslims. Maulana Madani said that now when there are more cases of coronavirus, the Tablighi Jamaat figures are not being highlighted.6.30 pm | Karnataka13 discharged from designated hospital in BelagaviAs many as 13 patients were discharged from the district designated hospital in Belagavi on Friday. They include patients from Belagavi, Kudchi, Hire Bagewadi and Sankeshwar. All of them had tested negative twice before discharge, officials said.This takes the total number of discharges to 54. Now there are only 59 active COVID-19 cases in the district hospital. There has been one death and one readmission due to relapse, till now.Of the 114 cases that had tested positive for coronavirus in the district, eight belong to Bagalkot. They are likely to be shifted to the designated hospital in Bagalkot. Officials have collected throat swabs of 6,811 persons, of which 6,711 have tested negative. The results of 100 are still awaited.6.10 pm | India“30 municipal areas account for 79% of coronavirus infection”Thirty municipal areas account for 79% of India’s coronavirus infection caseload, the Group of Ministers on COVID-19 was informed on Friday, as the death toll in the country due to the disease rose to more than 2,600 and the total tally of cases climbed to over 82,000.At the 15th meeting of the high-level Group of Ministers held under the chairmanship of Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, a detailed presentation on the current situation due to the coronavirus outbreak, both globally and in India, was made, according to a Health Ministry Statement.5.50 pm | IndiaRahul takes a dig at government’s preparedness to fight COVID-19Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took a jibe at the Centre over its preparedness to fight the coronavirus, on Friday, saying the “geniuses” at the Niti Aayog had predicted that the nationwide lockdown would ensure no fresh COVID-19 cases from May 16.“The geniuses at Niti Aayog have done it again. I’d like to remind you of their graph predicting the Govt’s national lockdown strategy would ensure no fresh Covid cases from tomorrow, May the 16th,” he said on Twitter. The Congress leader also posted a graph projected by the government at the time.5.45 pm | MaharashtraThree threaten COVID-19 hospital nurse in AurangabadThree people were arrested for allegedly threatening a nurse to not use a particular road at a locality in Aurangabad in Maharashtra as she was working in a COVID-19 facility, police said on Friday. The incident happened close to midnight on Monday, an MIDC CIDCO police station official said.“The three, identified as Karbhari Hiwale, Suresh Kale and Yogesh Kawde, asked her not use a road as she worked in a COVID-19 hospital. All three have been arrested for sexual harassment and criminal intimidation among other offences,” he said.5.30 pm | MaharashtraComplete lockdown in AurangabadThere would be a complete lockdown in Aurangabad city till May 17 in view of the rising number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, a senior official said on Friday.Earlier, the city had adopted odd-even formula, under which shops remained closed on odd days and open for few hours on even days. Read more  5.10 pm | BiharSeven more COVID-19 positive cases in Bihar take the State tally to 1012. The patients are six males and one female from Siwan, Vaishali and Nawada districts.- Amarnath Tewary5.00 pm | Tamil NaduTamil Nadu government offices to function six days a week with 50% workforce from May 18The Tamil Nadu government has brought back the six-day working week system, effective from May 18 and has increased the working strength in all its offices from 33% currently to 50% from Monday next, with employees working in three batches of two days each. Read more 4.25 pm | New DelhiHighlights of the third tranche of economic package          4.10 pm | IndiaThird tranche of economic package will focus on farmers, allied industries: Nirmala SitharamanThe third tranche of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan economic stimulus package in response to COVID-19 will focus on agriculture, fisheries, dairy, animal husbandry, some aspects of food processing and allied activities, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in a press conference.Of the 11 measures to be announced today, eight will focus on strengthening infrastructure, building better logistics, ramping up storage capacities and other such measures, while three will focus on governance and administrative reforms, she said.During the lockdown, the government has procured Rs. 74,300 crore worth of agricultural commodities from farmers. PM KISAN fund transfer worth Rs. 18,700 crore has taken place during this period, while Rs. 6,400 crore has been paid on crop insurance claims, Ms. Sitharaman added."Milk demand fell 20-25% during lockdown. 560 lakh litres per day were procured by cooperatives against daily sale of 360 lakh litres per day. In total an extra 111 crore litres were purchased, ensuring payment of Rs. 4,100 crore to dairy farmers," she informed.New announcementsThe government will set up Rs. 1 lakh crore Agriculture Infrastructure Fund for post-harvest farm-gate infrastructure. Financing will be provided to primary agriculture coopertive societies, farmer producer organisations, agriculture entrepreneurs and start-ups, Ms. Sitharaman announced.The Finance Minister announced Rs. 10,000 crore scheme for formalisation of 2 lakh micro-food enterprises. "They will get technical support to reach FSSAI health and safety standards, build brands and do marketing. This will help achieve PM's goal of 'Vocal for Local with Global Outreach'," she said."Rs. 20,000 crore is to be spent to launch Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, already announced in the Budget, to support fish-workers and build additional logistics capacity for the fishing industry. This is likely to provide employment for over 11 lakh people."Through all schemes, we are focused on empowering people with skills, rather than simply giving entitlement."Rs. 15,000 crore is to be spent for Animal Husbandry Infrastructure Development Fund. We hope private players will also invest in dairy infrastructure. We aim to support private investment in cattle feed industry as well."Rs. 4,000 crore is to be spent on promotion of herbal cultivation over a 10 lakh hectare area over the next two years. In an 800 hectare area corridor on both banks of the River Ganga, medicinal and herbal plants can be grown, which are in demand globally. This will be coordinated by a National Medicinal Plants Board."Rs. 500 crore is to be spent on beekeeping initiatives, to benefit 2 lakh beekeepers in rural areas. These infrastructure development and capacity building projects will focus on not just beekeepers and honey production, but also wax production."The current Operation Greens schemes for logistics, cold storage and transport of tomato, onion and potato crops have been extended to all fruits and vegetables. Supply chain disruptions during the lockdown saw farmers making distress sales of perishable produce as they were unable to sell their produce in the mandis."Essential Commodities Act to be amended to deregulate food items such as cereals, edible oils, oilseeds, pulses, onions and potato. No stock limits to be imposed on these items except in exceptional circumstances like national calamities or famines where there is a surge in prices. No stock limits on food processors or value chain participants."Essential Commodities Act was enacted in 1955 in an era of food scarcity. Now, there is often an abundance of crops, but we still don't allow farmers to export and benefit. Due to flip-flops in market, both farmers and consumers have suffered at different times."A central law is being proposed to bring in reforms to allow farmers to sell agricultural produce outside of the current licensees at APMCs. Why should only farmers be restricted to selling only to certain licensees? We want to give the farmer the choice to sell to whomever he likes, at an attractive price, with no inter-state barriers."When asked how the Centre can make a law on agricultural marketing, which is a state subject, Ms. Sitharaman said "inter-state trade is a central subject. Therefore, a direct central law will be made to bring in reforms on sale of agricultural produce"."The government will bring in facilitative legal framework to allow farmers to engage with processors, aggregators, large retailers and exporters in a fair and transparent manner, which will help with risk mitigation for farmers by providing an assured price at the time of sowing and also let private investors provide inputs and technical knowhow to farmers," she added."Most countries' stimulus packages are a mixture of cash outgo and liquidity measures. Almost every country counts it this way. We are doing the same," said Expenditure Secretary T.V. Somanathan."The first thing we announced was Garib Kalyan Yojana to give money to people, to give cash, to give food grains, to give gas for cooking. This may not be adequate, I grant that. Nothing can be adequate at a time when people are cut off from their jobs and homes, but we are giving money to people," the FM further said.- Priscilla Jebaraj4.00 pm | IndiaOver 1,000 Indians stuck in Nepal handed over to IndiaOver 1,000 Indians stranded in Bankey and Bardiya districts of Nepal because of the lockdown were handed over to Indian authorities at Rupaideeh on the Indo-Nepal border here, a senior official said on Friday.As many as 723 Nepalese, who were in different shelter homes for quarantine on this side of the border, were also handed over to Nepalese authorities, Bahraich District Magistrate Shambhu Kumar said.The exchange of Indian and Nepalese citizens took place on Thursday night in the presence of SP Vipin Mishra and senior officers of the Sashatra Seema Bal along with Nepalese officials, the DM said.- PTI3.50 pm | Tamil NaduColleges will be reopened only after Tamil Nadu is COVID-19 free, says MinisterColleges will be reopened only after the State was completely rid of COVID-19 cases, said Minister for Higher Education K.P. Anbalagan in Dharmapuri on Friday. Read more  3.45 pm | IndiaZomato to lay off 13% workforceOnline food-delivery platform Zomato on Friday said it will reduce its workforce by 13%, while also implementing a temporary pay cut of up to 50% for remaining employees as nationwide lockdown to prevent spread of COVID-19 severely affected its business.In an email to employees, Zomato Founder & CEO Deepinder Goyal said that the workers affected by the layoffs will continue to get half of their salaries, in addition to health insurance and outplacement support, for the next six months or till they find another job, whichever is earlier. Read more  3.40 pm | IndiaSC to cancel summer vacations, to work till June 19 as of nowThe Supreme Court on Friday decided to cancel its nearly two-month-long summer vacations and work till June 19 for now.Further plans on whether to continue functioning or go for a short break to facilitate the judges - who are drawn from across the country - go to their native places would be taken after June 19. Read more  3.30 pm | ChhattisgarhBhupesh Baghel asks Centre to return CSR donations made by Chhattisgarh industrialists to PM CARESChhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has asked the Centre to return CSR donations made by industrialists from his State to the PM CARES fund, saying the money could be used for welfare of the state.In a recent interview to PTI, he also said that the country has a right to know about the donations in the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM CARES) fund. Read more 3.20 pm | Himachal PradeshFresh case of COVID-19 in Himachal PradeshHimachal Pradesh reported a fresh case of COVID-19 on Friday, taking the total number of virus cases in the state to 76, officials said.The patient had recently returned to Una from Mohali in Punjab and was kept under home quarantine.The man tested positive after random sampling and will be shifted to a COVID hospital, the officials said.With the new case, the tally in the State rose to 76. Three people have lost their lives due to the disease.- PTI3.15 pm | DelhiThere were 425 new COVID 19 cases in the capital today, taking the cumulative cases to 8895.473 people have recovered, taking the cumulative to 3518.There were no deaths reported but the cumulative death toll was revised to 123.There are currently 5254 active cases in the city, according to the Delhi Government Health Bulletin.- Jaideep Deo Bhanj3.00 pm | DelhiDelhi govt to release Tablighi Jamaat members with no COVID-19 symptoms from quarantine, HC toldThe Delhi High Court was informed on Friday that the AAP government has decided to release the members of Tablighi Jamaat, who have completed mandatory quarantine and show no COVID-19 symptoms.The submission was made at the outset of the hearing on a petition seeking release of nearly 3300 Tablighi Jamaat members, who have been put under various quarantine centers for nearly 40 days and not released despite negative reports of COVID-19.- PTI2.45 pm | IndiaHarsh Vardhan appeals to all States, UTs to ban sale of tobacco products, spitting in publicUnion Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has appealed to all States and Union Territories to ban sale of tobacco products and spitting in public places in line with the orders of the Rajasthan and Jharkhand governments to prevent the spread of COVID-19.In a letter to all State Health Ministers, Mr. Vardhan said smokeless tobacco users have a tendency to spit in public places or otherwise and therefore, increase health risks especially those of spreading contagious diseases like COVID-19, tuberculosis, swine flu, encephalitis and others. Read more  2.40 pm | ManipurCommunity quarantine centre sealed in Manipur after man tests positive for COVID-19A community quarantine centre in Manipur’s Imphal East district was sealed after a man who was lodged in the facility tested positive for COVID-19, an official said on Friday.Imphal East Deputy Commissioner Rangitabali Waikhom said the Jamia Galina Aziz Girls School which was a designated quarantine centre was declared a “containment zone” and the building “completely sealed” as per the Manipur Epidemic Diseases COVID-19 Regulations 2020.A 31-year-old man who had been quarantined in the centre since May 13 tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.- PTI2.30 pm | West BengalBengal awaits flights, govt keen to welcome people stranded in other nations: Home secretaryThe West Bengal government on Friday said it had long ago communicated to the Union government the arrangements made by the State to welcome back its people stranded in other countries.The development comes a day after the State and the Centre locked horns over Bengal not being allotted any repatriation flight.“GOWB keen to welcome back our people stranded in different countries and has long back communicated its agreement as well as quarantine arrangements details etc to GoI for special international inbound journeys. Letters attached. Bengal awaits flights,” the State home department said in a tweet.- PTI2.20 pm | Tamil NaduWorkers from Tamil Nadu reach home after 50 days of lockdown in MumbaiThe workers said their savings had drained due to the lockdown, and they had been finding it increasingly hard to make ends meet. Read more 2.15 pm | Tamil NaduSC stays Madras HC order asking TN govt to close liquor shops in StateThe Supreme Court Friday stayed the Madras High Court order which had asked the Tamil Nadu government to close State-run liquor vends on the ground that there was violation of guidelines meant to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.Following the stay on the high court order by the apex court the State-owned liquor shops may reopen in the State. Read more  2.00 pm | New Delhi932 ‘Shramik Special’ trains operated so far, over 11 lakh migrants ferried homeThe Indian Railways has operated 932 Shramik Special trains since May 1, ferrying home 11 lakh migrant workers who were stranded in various parts of the country due to the coronavirus-triggered lockdown.On Friday, railways operated 145 such trains.- PTI1.40 pm | IndiaSoldier tests positive at Army HeadquartersOne soldier posted in the Army Headquarters has tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday following which part of the Headquarters has been closed for disinfection, Army sources said.“Affected area of Sena Bhawan has been closed for sanitation and disinfection. Contact tracing, quarantine and other actions as per protocol are in progress,” sources said.- Dinakar Peri1.30 pm | IndiaCan’t stop or monitor movement of migrant workers on roads, says SCThe Supreme Court said it is impossible for Courts to monitor or stop the movement of migrant workers across the country and it is for the government to take necessary action in this regard. The Centre told the top court that migrant workers across the country were being provided transportation by the government to their destinations but they have to wait for their turn rather than start walking on foot.A Bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao refused to entertain an application seeking a direction to the Centre to ask all District Magistrates to identify stranded migrant workers and provide shelter, food to them before ensuring their free transportation to native places in view of the recent incident at Aurangabad in which 16 workers were mowed down by a goods train.- PTI1.25 pm | Tamil Nadu84 patients discharged from Cuddalore Government HospitalAs many as 84 COVID-19 patients, who have recovered after treatment, were discharged from the Cuddalore Government General Hospital on Friday.The patients were given a warm send-off by a team of officials led by Collector V. Anbuselvan, doctors and nurses at the Cuddalore GH. Read more  1.20 pm | HaryanaBuses back on select routes in HaryanaThe Haryana Roadways on Friday resumed bus services on select routes within the State, the first time since the lockdown was announced in March.The buses, which are not allowed to carry more than 30 passengers to maintain social distancing, are plying since morning on select routes, officials said.Initially, the buses will ply on 29 routes from ten depots of Ambala, Bhiwani, Hisar, Kaithal, Karnal, Narnaul, Panchkula, Rewari, Rohtak and Sirsa and run on select point-to-point routes.There are 23 depots of the Roadways, which has a fleet of over 4,000 buses.Online booking and wearing masks have been made a must for passengers boarding the Haryana Roadways buses.- PTI1.15 pm | DelhiHC seeks Delhi govt stand on pleas challenging levy of 70% 'special corona fee' on liquorThe Delhi High Court on Friday sought the response of the AAP government on several pleas challenging the levy of 70 per cent “special corona fee” on the MRP of all liquor brands in the national capital.A Bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar issued a notice to the Delhi government and sought its response, by May 29, to the petitions which seek setting aside of the May 4 notification imposing the levy. Read more Read more  1.00 pm | Andhra PradeshCases in A.P. climb to 2,307, including 150 migrant returneesIn A.P., 102 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours. The number includes 57 persons who contracted the virus locally and through Koyambedu market in Tamil Nadu and 45 are migrant workers (34 from Maharashtra and 11 from Rajasthan) who returned to the State recently.The total number of positive cases as on Friday is 2,307 including 150 cases of migrant returnees.The number of persons from A.P. who are discharged is 1,252 and the death toll stands at 48. As many as 60 patients recovered in the past day. The Health Department's bulletin has been showing the migrant cases out of the State tally for the last two days.- V. Raghavendra Read more  12.45 pm | KarnatakaPositive cases cross 1000 mark in KarnatakaWith 45 new cases reported on Friday morning, the number of positive cases crossed 1,000 mark to touch 1,032.This includes 35 Covid-19 deaths, one non-Covid-19 death and 476 discharges.- Afshan Yasmeen12.30 pm | BiharSix more COVID-19 positive cases from Khagaria and Siwan districts take the total number of cases in the State to 1005.- Amarnath Tewary12.20 pmNew York Governor says state’s 5 regions can begin phased reopening after May 15Five regions in New York State can begin a phased reopening when the shutdown orders end on Friday, allowing construction, manufacturing and curbside retail businesses to start operations after remaining closed for nearly two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew Cuomo has said.Also read: New York probing 110 cases of COVID-19 related rare inflammatory illness in children: GovernorNew York State, the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US, has 343,051 confirmed virus cases. The ‘New York Pause’ is in effect till May 15 under which all non-essential workers are required to work from home and all people in New York to wear masks or face coverings in public, including when taking public or private transportation or riding in for-hire vehicles.- PTI12.15 pm | IndiaWorld Bank approves $1 billion to support India’s fight against COVID-19The World Bank on Friday approved $1 billion ‘Accelerating India’s COVID-19 Social Protection Response Program’ to support the country’s efforts for providing social assistance to the poor and vulnerable households, severely impacted by the pandemic. Read more 12.10 pm | IndiaSAI formulates SOP for centres but training to resume only after MHA clearanceElimination of low-ventilation change rooms, disinfection of training equipment after every use, a bar on sparring for now, and usage of gyms in shifts — these are some of the measures to tackle the COVID-19 threat that the Sports Authority of India is proposing if training of athletes resumes later this month. Read more  12.00 pm | BangladeshFirst COVID-19 case detected in Rohingya camps in BangladeshAuthorities have reported the first coronavirus case in the crowded camps for Rohingya refugees in southern Bangladesh, where more than 1 million refugees are sheltered.The person from the Rohingya community and a local person who lives in the Cox’s Bazar district who also tested positive have been isolated, Mahbub Alam Talukder, the country’s refugee commissioner, said on May 14. Read more  11.50 am | RajasthanFifty-five new COVID-19 positive cases have been detected in Rajasthan today, taking the State's tally to 4,589. As of now, Rajasthan has 1,818 positive cases, according to the Medical & Health Department.- Mohammed Iqbal11.40 am | U.S.U.S. permits doctors on H-1B work visa to practice telemedicineThe US has relaxed regulations to allow doctors on the H-1B work visa to practice telemedicine and help local hospitals to meet the surging demand for healthcare professionals due to the coronavirus pandemic in America, the worst hit country by the COVID-19 outbreak. Read more  11.30 am | IndiaPost-lockdown flights: Cabin crew attire to have face shield, gown and maskCabin crew members of Indian airlines will have personal protective equipment (PPE) like face shields, gowns and masks as part of their attire on commercial passenger flights when they resume operations, industry sources said. Read more  10 am | Odisha48 new cases in OdishaOdisha registered 48 new COVID-19 positive cases on Friday, taking the State’s total to 672, according to the State Health Department.More details awaited.9.40 am | South KoreaS.Korean coronavirus test maker Osang ready to ship 100 mln kits to U.S.Osang Healthcare Co, the first South Korean maker of coronavirus test kits to win preliminary approval from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, is ready to ship kits that can test 100 million people in the United States, an executive said on Friday.Fast-track approval, followed by a massive testing campaign and intensive contact tracing, is credited with helping South Korea slow the disease and avoid strict lockdowns, while the United States has been criticised for a slow response. Read more 9.20 am | IndiaOver 3,900 new cases in India in the past 24 hours: Health MinistryIndia has registered 3,967 new COVID-19 positive cases and 100 deaths in the past 24 hours, according to an update from the Union Health Ministry on Friday.With this, the total number of cases in the country is now 81,970, according to Union Ministry data. Of this, 51,401 are active cases. As many as 2,649 people have succumbed to the infection while 27,919 people have been cured. 9 am | KeralaFirst special train from Delhi to Kerala arrives in ThiruvananthapuramThe New Delhi-Thiruvananthapuram Central COVID-19 AC Special Train carrying over 600 passengers reached the Kerala capital on Friday morning, a first after the passenger train services were stopped due the national lockdown on March 25,Of the 1,087 passengers bound to Kerala, 216 had alighted at Kozhikode railway station on Thursday night and 269 in Ernakulam Junction at 1.20 a.m. on Friday. 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2020-05-15Thane: Nine relatives, who attended funeral of Covid-19 suspect, test positive in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Thane: Nine relatives, who attended funeral of Covid-19 suspect, test positive in UlhasnagarThane: Nine relatives, who attended funeral of Covid-19 suspect, test positive in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | May 15, 2020, 22:30 ISTULHASNAGAR: Nine relatives, who recently attended the funeral of a 50-year-old deceased who recently died of suspected symptoms of Covid-19 in Ulhasnagar in the Thane district of Maharashtra, tested positive on Friday. The incident came to light in Khanna compound area in Ulhasnagar. The health department officials said that the 50-year-old driver was recently admitted to the state-run Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar where on May 9 he died after suspected symptoms of Covid-19. His test results which came on Wednesday showed positive for Covid-19. The health officials said that after the death of the man, the doctors, suspecting the patient of Covid-19 initially, had refused to hand over the body to the family but after several requests, they handed the body to family only after wrapping it up as per Covid guidelines and taking an undertaking from the family that they would carry out the last rites as per guidelines of Covid. According to health department sources, the family took the body and then went home and carried out all the rituals as per the tradition and also bathed the body before the last rites. The health sources said that last rites was attended by over 70 persons including relatives and neighbours. When the deceased tested positive and the health team of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation came to know about the last rites having been attended by over 70 people, it took samples of around 27 persons, including the relatives and neighbours out of which nine persons' tests results have shown positive while some test results are yet to come. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation is waiting for reports of other persons and is going to register a police case against the family members of the deceased person. 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2020-05-15Covid19 LIVE Updates: Lockdown in Mumbai, Pune extended; City to reach its peak in a week - Mumbai Mirror
Covid19 LIVE Updates: Lockdown in Mumbai, Pune extended; City to reach its peak in a weekMay 15, 2020, 09.33AMCovid19 LIVE Updates: Lockdown in Mumbai, Pune extended; City to reach its peak in a weekIn the highest-ever single-day rise of coronavirus cases in Mumbai, as many as 998 new infections were detected, taking the tally to 16,579 on Thursday. 25 more patients succumbed to the disease, taking the death toll in the financial capital beyond the 600-mark.On the other hand, 70 cases were reported in Thane, 64 in Navi Mumbai, 21 in Mira Bhayander and six in Kalyan-Dombivali. MMR witnessed 46 deaths in a day.The Uddhav Thackeray-led government announced that the lockdown in Mumbai, Pune and other hotspots in the state will be extended up to May 31. In other areas of the state, it will implement the guidelines that the Centre will issue in the next two days.The state-appointed task force on Covid-19 has asked the government to reserve 80 per cent of the beds in both private and public hospitals in Mumbai for coronavirus patients, indicating the city has entered the most critical part of its fight against the virus. Dr Sanjay Oak-led task force told the CM that close to 20,000 people will need hospitalisation in the next week or so.The nationwide tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases crossed 80,000 on Thursday, while the government unveiled special measures amounting to over Rs 3 lakh crore for migrant workers, farmers and other segments of the economy to help them tide over the COVID-19 pandemic. The death toll in the country has crossed 2,500.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-05-15 09:33(IST) Global COVID-19 cases surge past 4.4mn: Johns HopkinsThe number of global coronavirus cases has increased to over 4.4 million, while the death toll has surpassed 302,000, according to the Johns Hopkins University.As of Friday morning, the overall number of cases stood at 4,440,989, while the death toll increased to 302,376, the University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed in its latest update.The US currently accounts for the world's highest number of cases and deaths at 1,417,512 and 85,886, respectively.In terms of cases, Russia had the second highest number of infections at 252,245, followed by the UK (234,440), Spain (229,540), Italy (223,096), Brazil (202,918), France (178,994), Germany (174,478), Turkey (144,749) and Iran (114,533), the CSSE figures showed.Meanwhile, the UK accounted for the second highest COVID-19 deaths worldwide at 33,693.The other countries with over 10,000 deaths are Italy (31,368), France (27,428), Spain (27,321), and Brazil (13,993).2020-05-15 09:31(IST) Stranded migrant workers walk towards their hometowns from DelhiAfter walking for several kilometres due to lack of public transport, migrant workers on Friday reached Delhi-Gazipur border on way to their homes in various parts of Uttar Pradesh.Rita, who hails from Hardoi in Uttar Pradesh, said as there is no means of transport available so she walked with her children to reach here."My home is in Hardoi. My landlord has kicked me out as I could not pay rent. My children are young and I am left with no other option but to walk home," she said.With few transportation options available, thousands of people in some regions of the country, mostly migrant labourers have resorted to walking towards their hometowns during the lockdown.The country is in a state of lockdown since March 25 to prevent the spread of coronavirus.2020-05-15 09:28(IST) Cases climb to 81,970 in IndiaSpike of 3967 COVID-19 cases and 100 deaths in India, in last 24 hours. Total positive cases in the country are now at 81,970, including 51,401 active cases, 27,920 cured/discharged/migrated cases and 2,649 deaths: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare09:26 AM (IST) Mumbai:Migrant workers gather at Nancy ST depot in BorivaliSeveral migrant workers sat in queues to board the special ST buses to their hometowns from Borivali's Nancy bus depot on Thursday. The state government had organized santizsed buses for them to return home. Video: Nilesh Wairkar/MMCL2020-05-15 09:18(IST) Lockdown in Mumbai, Pune extended till May 31The state government will continue the lockdown in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Pune and other Covid-19 hotspots like Solapur, Aurangabad and Malegaon till May 31. In other areas of the state, it will implement the guidelines that the Centre will issue in the next two days.Meanwhile, areas under the BMC registered a whopping 998 fresh cases on Thursday, followed by 70 cases in Thane, 64 in Navi Mumbai, 21 in Mira Bhayander and 6 in Kalyan-Dombivali. MMR witnessed 46 deaths on the same day.New municipal commissioner IS Chahal, who is also the disaster management chief, told Mirror, “I want the lockdown in Mumbai to continue beyond May 18, otherwise the BMC’s efforts will go waste.’’ The decision to extend the lockdown was taken on Thursday morning in a meeting attended by chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, revenue minister Balasaheb Thorat, urban development minister Eknath Shinde, PWD minister Ashok Chavan and chief secretary Ajoy Mehta at the mayor’s bungalow.2020-05-15 09:17(IST) 4 migrant workers injured in accident near NashikFour migrant workers, travelling in a truck to Odisha, sustained injuries when the vehicle turned upside down in a nullah on the Ghoti-Sinnar highway near Nashik on Thursday morning. The four workers were among 53 people travelling in the truck fromBhiwandi to Odisha.A police official from the Wadivarhe police station said the truck driver initially fled from the accident site but returned soon after. “The four people sustained minor injuries. We will book the driver, Sikandar Shaikh, for rash and negligent driving,” the police official said.Villagers from the area, including the sarpanch, rushed to the site and offered the workers tea and biscuits.2020-05-15 09:04(IST) Will be in better position if doubling rate of COVID cases is 20 days or more: Delhi health ministerThe rate of doubling of coronavirus cases in the national capital is 11-12 days now, but the situation will improve if it becomes 20 days or more, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Thursday.The coronavirus death toll in Delhi climbed to 115, while 472 fresh cases, the highest single-day spike reported here, took the tally to over 8,000 on Thursday."The doubling rate of cases in Delhi is 11-12 days. We would be in a more comfortable position if the doubling rate is 20 or more than 20 days," he told reporters.With 472 fresh cases, Delhi's COVID-19 count now stands at 8,470. Under the Disaster Management Act, the Delhi government has instructed all hospitals to submit death summaries, and 115 is the current number of fatalities in Delhi due to COVID-19, Jain said.The COVID-19 death toll here stood at 106 till Wednesday.2020-05-15 09:03(IST) Portals of Badrinath thrown openThe sacred portals of Badrinath were opened early on Friday with only a select group of priests and Devasthanam Board officials attending the low-key ceremony.The gates of the Himalayan temple were opened at 4.30 am by its chief priest Rawal Ishwari Prasad Nambudiri in the presence of a limited number of shrine board officials, who wore masks and maintained social distance through the process, said media incharge of Devasthanam Board Harish Gaud.After the gates were opened, the first puja was performed on behalf of Prime Minister Narendra Modi praying for the welfare of mankind.Though the crowd of devotees was missing from the opening ceremony, the temple was decorated with 10 quintals of flowers and glittering with lights, Gaud said.Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj congratulated devotees on the opening of the temple and expressed hope that the coronavirus pandemic will be defeated and the chardham yatra will begin as soon as possible.2020-05-15 08:38(IST) First special train from Delhi reaches MumbaiA special train from New Delhi, carrying 1072 passengers, arrived at Mumbai Central station on Thursday morning. The AC train had left the capital on Wednesday evening. Most of the passengers seemed happy after reaching their home state. “I am delighted to finally return after getting stuck in Delhi for two months. I had gone there for a course, which was to end in March. But suddenly the lockdown was announced and I was forced to stay back,” said Supriya Singh, a student. Those who returned also commended the railways for taking adequate precautions during the journey. “Railway authorities made frequent announcements asking people to maintain social distancing and wear masks all the time,” said another passenger Ganesh More.2020-05-15 08:07(IST) ‘What is the guarantee that I will not carry the infection home?’The new discharge protocols put in place by the BMC on the recommendations of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) have the potential to worsen the crisis in the city, according to several Covid-19 patients who left hospitals and isolation facilities recently. The patients told Mirror they were discharged after being forced to sign an undertaking promising to home quarantine for 14 days, adding they don’t have enough space at home to maintain physical distance from family members, some of them in the vulnerable over-65 category. Read full story here2020-05-15 07:51(IST) Mumbai nears its peakThe state-appointed task force on Covid-19 has asked the government to reserve 80 per cent of the beds in both private and public hospitals in Mumbai for coronavirus patients, indicating the city has entered the most critical part of its fight against the virus. In a recommendation made to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Dr Sanjay Oak-led task force said close to 20,000 people will need hospitalisation in the next week or so as the city hits its peak. With the public hospitals already stretched to capacity, the state will then have no option but to lean on private hospitals for help.2020-05-15 07:50(IST) Lockdown stress: Three people commit suicide in Koparkhairane in 3 daysUnable to cope with the psychological distress caused by over 50 days of lockdown, three people in three separate incidents committed suicide in Navi Mumbai’s Koparkhairane in the last three days. In the first incident, a 27-year-old engineer living alone in sector 4 of Koparkhairane ended his life after being consumed by loneliness. Read full story here2020-05-15 07:49(IST) 70 new COVID-19 cases in Thane city, tally rises to 913With the addition of 70coronavirus positive cases, the number of COVID-19 patients grew to 913 in Thane city of Maharashtra on Thursday, an official said.As the virus claimed five more lives on Thursday, the city's death toll rose to 42, the official said."Two of the 70 new cases found on Thursday are a four-year-old boy and a five-year-old girl," deputy municipal commissioner and spokesperson of the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC), Sandeep Malvi, said.So far as many as 230 cases have been found in Lokmanaya Nagar-Sawarkar Nagar ward alone, he said.Meanwhile, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) recorded 64 new coronavirus positive cases, taking the total to 974. It has recorded 19 deaths due to coronavirus infection so far, an official said.The patients include an 11-month-old male child and a seven-year-old girl, the official added.In the areas under Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC), the number of COVID-19 cases reported till date is 391, including six found on Thursday.So far, seven people have died due to the infection in KDMC limits, the authorities said.Neighbouring Palghar district has reported 313 COVID- 19 cases and 15 deaths till date, officials said.2020-05-15 07:48(IST) Mumbai adds nearly 1,000 COVID-19 cases in one day; 25 dieIn the highest-ever single-day rise of coronavirus cases in Mumbai, as many as 998 new infections were detected, taking the tally to 16,579 on Thursday, while 25 more patients succumbed to the disease, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said.The previous one-day high - 875 - was recorded on May 10.Fresh fatalities took the toll in the financial capital beyond the 600-mark, it said.2020-05-15 07:47(IST) Pune reports 194 new cases of COVID-19Pune reported 194 new positive cases of COVID-19 on Thursday while six people died due to the disease in the day, a top state health official said."Six deaths and 194 new COVID-19 positive cases have been reported in Pune district on Thursday," said Dr Bhagawan Pawar, District Health Officer (DHO)."Total positive cases stand at 3426 in the district and death toll is at 181," the official said.Maharashtra, India's worst-affected coronavirus state, on Thursday witnessed a spike of 1,602 fresh cases of novel coronavirus and 44 deaths.The total number of cases in the State stands at 27,524 while 1,019 people have died so far, said Maharashtra's Health Department.The majority of new cases in Maharashtra reported from Mumbai where COVID-19 cases have crossed 16,000.Recent Messages ()Please rate before posting your Review1 (Trash)1.5 (Poor)2 (Below average)2.5 (Average)3 (Above average)3.5 (Good)4 (Very good)4.5 (Very good +)5 (Excellent)Characters Remaining: 3000OR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on TwitterSIGN IN WITHRefrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. 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2020-05-15Nine of a family in Ulhasnagar test positive - Hindustan Times
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2020-05-15Nine of a family in Ulhasnagar test positive - Hindustan Times
2020-05-15Maharashtra: 9 test coronavirus positive after 70 attend funeral of Covid-19 suspect - India Today
Maharashtra: 9 test coronavirus positive after 70 attend funeral of Covid-19 suspectThe family had organised the funeral with full rituals, including bathing of the corpse, despite a suspicion of Covid-19 infection to the deceased.advertisement Divyesh Singh ThaneMay 15, 2020UPDATED: May 15, 2020 22:55 IST Maharashtra: 9 test coronavirus positive after 70 attend funeral of Covid-19 suspect (Representative image | PTI)At least nine members of a family tested positive for novel coronavirus of Friday, a week after they attended the funeral of infected kin in Maharashtra's Ulhasnagar.As per the authorities, the deceased's family went against the government directive and organised a funeral which was attended by 70 people. The Centre ad state government guidelines forbid more than 20 people at the funeral.A 50-year-old member of this family died on May 8. He tested positive for the infection a day later.The authorities of the government hospital in Ulhasnagar had handed over the body of the victim to the family in a plastic sheet. Since the patient had died of Covid-19 symptoms and his test results were awaited, the family was asked not to remove the plastic wrap before the funeral."The victim's family members gave an undertaking to the hospital that they will strictly follow all the guidelines during the cremation," spokesperson of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) Yuvraj Badhane said.However, after they took the body home, the family members removed the plastic sheets and conducted death-related rituals on the body, including giving the body a bath. Later 70 people, who attended the funeral, came in contact of the body.After the authorities came to know about the funeral, they traced the people who attended the funeral and conducted their test for Covid-19.From the partial test results that are back, nine have tested positive. The results of several others are awaited.The news has raised an alarm across the Khanna Compound area in Ulhasnagar where the deceased person's family and relatives reside.Sudhakar Deshmukh, Municipal Commissioner for UMC, said that the relatives were informed by doctors and staff at the central hospital about guidelines for the cremation of the deceased but despite that they violated all the rules and have put several others at risk. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation is waiting for reports of other persons and is going to register a police case against the family members of the deceased person.So far, 89 people, including 10 from this family, have tested Covid-19 positive in Ulhasnagar, where the death toll due to the infection till now is four.Read | States see surge in coronavirus cases as 10 lakh migrants return home in special trainsRead | Maharashtra govt considering more relaxations in lockdown post May 17Watch | The nowhere people: A ground report from Maharashtra's BhiwandiIndiaToday.in has plenty of useful resources that can help you better understand the coronavirus pandemic and protect yourself. Read our comprehensive guide (with information on how the virus spreads, precautions and symptoms), watch an expert debunk myths, and access our dedicated coronavirus page.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 byArshi Aggarwal Next advertisement READ THIS Covid-19 has spread to 42 new districts since April 17. What did lockdown achieve then? Covid-19 Tracker: State-wise data, daily trends, patients cured, deaths and more Goo