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2020-06-30COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 2000-mark while Ambernath follows closely; Badlapur tally re - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 2000-mark while Ambernath follows closely; Badlapur tally reaches 774You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 2000-mark while Ambernath follows closely; Badlapur tally reaches 774Written bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 30, 2020, 21:18 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar reported 148 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,914. Also, with 60 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 1,043 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 824 while 47 patients have died of the virus. Most of the cases were reported from Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-4, while Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2 saw a comparatively lower number. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 54 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 1,823. At present, 533 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 45 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Corporation limits, however, no new deaths were reported on Tuesday. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Tuesday, 32 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 774 with 15 deaths. Five cases were reported in Mohan Palms while three each in Shani Nagar, Satyam Paradise and Shyam Chhaya Apt (Belauli). Two cases each came up in Aptewadi and Panvelkar Estate, and the remaining were from Om Kailash Darshan, Mohananand Nagar, Sanewadi, Hendrepada, Shreeji Nirvana, Rameshwadi, New Kalpataru, Katrap, Gajanan Nagar, Samarth Nagar, Gaondevi, Mahalaxmi Apt and Shree Darshan Society. So far, 394 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 365 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020Coronavirus outbreak hits Saiwyn Quadras-Shweta Bajaj's wedding plans...Apr 15, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020 Pack of 3 black anti-virus masks available for 295. Buy now!Priority5 hair & scalp problems, 1 ayurvedic solution!!!moha:Coding is Essential for Your Child. Start Early!CAMP K12Dell's Premium Business-class NotebookDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times Glutathione Skin Whitening Soap for face whitening.LA OrganoHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily NewsTake (1) Cup of This (Before Bed) & Flush Away Your Belly Fat!Body Secret RevelationBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes How to Make Lakhs Per Month from HomeDaily NewsIllegal Photos Of North Korea That Are Mind BlowingNewscityhub
2020-06-302,000 motorists in Thane face action for loitering - Free Press Journal
2,000 motorists in Thane face action for loiteringBy Narendra Gupta Thane traffic police has appealed to motorists not to roam around the city unnecessarilyTraffic police intercept motorists for lockdown violation in Andheri east. (File picture)BL SONIThane: The Thane traffic police took strict action against around 2,000 motorists, as of Sunday night, for roaming around the city unnecessarily. By Monday morning, another 250 motorists were added to the list. Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the Thane traffic police has appealed to motorists not to roam around the city unnecessarily. The city is struggling to cope with the alarming surge in the number of COVID-19 cases. DCP Amit Kale, Thane traffic police, has appealed to the Thane, Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, and Kalyan-Dombivli corporations and two civic councils Ambernath and Badlapur, not to roam unnecessarily around the city and warned of strict action on violating the rules. All private transport will follow passenger management. For two wheelers (bike), only riders are allowed. For three wheelers, only the driver and two passengers are allowed. For four wheelers, only the driver and two passengers are allowed.Kale further said that traffic police personnel have been deployed at every entry and exit point. (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)Lockdown ViolationRecent StoriesFPJ Exclusive: Cases migrate to rural areas; Mumbai-Thane-Pune-Nashik industrial belt is new epicentre'Maharashtra best suited to tap Chinese investments', newly appointed Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar tells FPJMaha govt has no powers to interfere in fixing fees of private unaided schools: Bombay HC The show won't go on: How TikTok ban has hit ByteDance's $1 billion India expansion plan Bihar groom passes away after nuptials; more than 100 test positive for COVID-19 after attending wedding and funeral 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
2020-06-30Inside Navi Mumbai’s ‘Covid war room’, data and logistics lead the fight against the virus - ThePrint
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HealthIndia Inside Navi Mumbai’s ‘Covid war room’, data and logistics lead the fight against the virus The war room coordinates Covid patients’ assignment to medical or quarantine facilities, records real-time data and crunches numbers to catch trends and devise strategies. Ananya Bhardwaj 30 June, 2020 11:05 am IST Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email WhatsApp The Covid-19 war room in Navi Mumbai | Photo: Ananya Bhardwaj | ThePrint Text Size: A- A+ Navi Mumbai: It’s 9 am on a Monday, and 20 data entry operators and analysts are hard at work on their laptops, juggling names, addresses and numbers. At the other end of the room, two health experts are constantly on the phone with chief medical officers stationed at various urban health posts (UHP) across eight wards in Navi Mumbai. They are checking for updates on Covid-19 patients, and on whether they have been assigned to a quarantine facility or a hospital. This is the Covid-19 ‘war room’ at the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation Head Office, which has been set up to record real-time data of patients and their possible contacts, to try and curb the spread of the disease. Navi Mumbai is one of the eight regions among Mumbai’s suburbs and satellite cities that have seen a sharp spike in coronavirus cases in the last month. The other seven are Mira-Bhayander, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan-Dombivli, Panvel, Thane and Vasai-Virar. Of these, Thane has the highest average daily increase in cases — about 380. Navi Mumbai’s daily average increase is 234 cases. The number of cases on 28 June stood at 6,200, with active cases totalling 2,465 and deaths numbering 205. Between 1 and 23 June, the total number jumped from 2,673 to 5,923. Also read: Now, Thane, Navi Mumbai wrestle with Covid surge, find ‘a Mumbai contact’ in most cases Data crunching A day at the war room begins at 8 am and ends at 10 pm. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), through the Maharashtra government, sends a list of Covid-19 positive cases to all regions including Navi Mumbai. This list includes names, addresses and contact details of infected patients. Once the list is received, the operators start work on it. “Once we are given the data, we put it in the system software that can be accessed by officials concerned, including all chief medical officers and staff posted in our UHPs across wards,” said a data operator who did not wish to be named. “All UHPs are then tasked with assigning medical facilities to all Covid-19 patients through that system itself. It is all done electronically,” he said. “Once we have the address and phone number of the patient, we share it with the UHP in that area through this system, and they then assign a facility to the patient through this software itself,” the operator said. A single link click on the system shows all Covid-care facilities near the patient, and he/she is sent there by medical officers posted in that area. But the entire process is controlled from the war room, where all data is maintained. “The facility that is assigned to the patient depends on his or her condition. If they are asymptomatic, then they are sent to Covid-care centres in case we feel that they cannot isolate themselves at home since they live in small apartments. If the patient is symptomatic, he or she is referred to a hospital,” the operator added. Also read: Delhi and Mumbai’s high Covid tally linked to severe air pollution levels, say experts ‘Rigorous’ contact-tracing After details of Covid-19 patients are fed in the system and they are assigned a facility, the UHPs also trace down the potential contacts of the patient. “To contain the spread, rigorous contact-tracing is a must,” a senior official from the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation said. For this, the medical officers meet the positive patients and take down details of people they were in touch with. “The details (phone numbers and addresses) of the contacts are then fed in the system as ‘suspected cases’, and then they are followed up on by the UHPs,” the official said. Telephone operators posted in the war room also make calls to people who may have come in contact with the patients, to know if they have developed any symptoms, and whom they should contact in case of an emergency. “We have all the data on our system so the process is smooth. Many times, we find that the patient who tested positive lives in another region, so the civic body of that area is then informed,” said Dr Sridevi, who works in the war room. “We have 138 teams working on the ground in Navi Mumbai to ensure that no case goes unnoticed,” the official quoted above added. A daily report is also compiled by the war room operators, for the analysts to see the trends in Covid-19 cases, and to devise solutions. “Once the data is compiled, recorded and mapped, we can then see clear graphs on where the cases are on the rise, and devise ways to contain the spread accordingly. These reports are prepared on a daily basis and reviewed,” the official said. Testing and screening Until now, of the 15 lakh people living in Navi Mumbai, one lakh have been screened, and 24,280 tests have been conducted. “In the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Navi Mumbai has conducted the maximum number of tests ⁠— 16,187 per million. An entire record of the tests conducted and the lag, which is about 800 tests that are pending results, is duly maintained,” a second official said. “Our focus is to increase the testing and minimise deaths. It is good if more positive cases are identified, as they can be treated at the right time,” he said. Speaking to ThePrint, Navi Mumbai Municipal Commissioner, Annasaheb Misal said that they have created the war room to ensure no patient goes untraced. The focus, he said, was to identify as many cases as possible so treatment can be given sooner. “The cases are increasing because we are testing the most. Also, mass screening, rigorous contact tracing has helped us identify cases and give them timely treatment. Our focus is that no one should go untraced. We believe that if we test more, screen more, it will help us in the future to bring numbers down,” he said. Also read: Eyebrow threading device, kaadha instead of tea: Mumbai’s beauty salons reopen with tweaks Why Navi Mumbai is seeing a spike Navi Mumbai is a planned city just like Chandigarh, with 15 lakh people residing in high rise apartments, most of whom travel to Mumbai on a daily basis for work. Many of them work private jobs in the IT sector. Then there are traders and labourers who work in the fisheries business and a major section of them that work at the APMC market, which is the biggest wholesale market in Asia for food grains, vegetables, spices, fruits. The initial spike in the cases in Navi Mumbai was blamed on the market, which became a hotspot. Even now, the market has a footfall of over 20,000 buyers in a day from several states and areas of Mumbai and continues to be a challenge for authorities. “Many cases were reported from APMC and became a concern. That is because so many truck drivers from different states come here to take vegetables, spices and fruits. Many retailers from Mumbai come here to take the stock. When they came here, they got the virus with them and so it spread,” a third official said. “It became a super spreader of sorts as many traders and workers also got positive. We then carried out effective screening and controlled the spread to an extent,” he said. “We, however, could not shut the market for long as it dealt with products that come under essential services and hence it became, and still is, a major challenge for us,” he added. Another reason for the spike in numbers was the decision to not seal the borders, Navi Mumbai municipal commissioner Misal said. “The increase in infection is because of free movement between cities and no social distancing norms being followed. But, we are countering it by conducting house to house surveys in containment zones and isolating suspected cases at the first instance in the Covid Care Centres,” he said. The third official quoted above added that the movement across borders makes it extremely difficult to contain the spread. “We do not know who is getting the virus from where. So to effectively deal with it, rigorous testing and contact tracing is the only solution,” he said. Misal said his administration was conducting a separate survey for senior citizens with co-morbidies. “…Data is being maintained because they are our focus to reduce fatality rate. This is the lot that we have to give ample care to, to ensure there are no deaths,” he said. Also read: Wholesale vegetable prices soar as demand rises, retail rates to spike too if supply gap stays   ThePrint is now on Telegram. For the best reports & opinion on politics, governance and more, subscribe to ThePrint on Telegram. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. 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2020-06-30Man befriends nurse on Facebook, dupes her of Rs 4 lakh - Free Press Journal
Man befriends nurse on Facebook, dupes her of Rs 4 lakhBy Sachin Gaad Shama's FB profile suggests that she's a COVID19 warrior. William praised her for doing such good work and told her that even his kid daughter admires her a lotMumbai: A 42-year-old nurse from a hospital in Parel was duped of Rs 4 lakh when her Facebook friend made her to pay the money towards "customs duty" for the gifts that he assured her.According to the police, Shama (name changed), received an FB friend request from Frank William on June 17. Although she initially ignored the request, he messaged her on WhatsApp after finding her number in her FB account. Shama's FB profile suggests that she's a COVID19 warrior. William praised her for doing such good work and told her that even his kid daughter admires her a lot. He shared photographs of his daughter and his house in Scotland in order to gain her trust and told her that he is a wealthy person. A day later, Shama accepted his FB request and both chatted for a while. Next day, William called her and told that it's his daughter's birthday on June 21. He also told her that he has bought gifts for Shama as well, which includes gold and diamond jewellery worth Rs 50 lakh. On June 22, Shama received a call from a woman who introduced herself as a 'customs officer'. She told her that some gifts have arrived for her from Scotland and narrated the list of items. The list perfectly matched with the list of gifts her FB friend mentioned. The 'customs officer', however, told her that customs duty for the gifts had not been paid. As per her instruction, Shama first paid Rs 35,000 and Rs 90,000 on following day. A day later, the same 'customs officer' again called her and claimed a penalty worth Rs 2.8 lakh needed to be paid since the gifts are expencive. Shama then paid Rs 2.8 lakh hoping to receiving the gifts. However, she did not receive anything. She continuously tried calling 'customs officer' and her FB friend as well. But both stopped responding. After waiting for few days, Shama approached Bhoiwada police and registered her complaint. "An offence of cheating and under the Information Technology Act has been registered. However, no arrest has been made so far," said a police officer.online fraudRecent StoriesFPJ Exclusive: Cases migrate to rural areas; Mumbai-Thane-Pune-Nashik industrial belt is new epicentre'Maharashtra best suited to tap Chinese investments', newly appointed Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar tells FPJMaha govt has no powers to interfere in fixing fees of private unaided schools: Bombay HC The show won't go on: How TikTok ban has hit ByteDance's $1 billion India expansion plan Bihar groom passes away after nuptials; more than 100 test positive for COVID-19 after attending wedding and funeral 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
2020-06-30COVID-19 latest updates: PM Modi announces extension of PM Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana; Dharavi sees a drop in num - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: PM Modi announces extension of PM Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana; Dharavi sees a drop in numbersJun 30, 2020, 21.20PMCOVID-19 latest updates: PM Modi announces extension of PM Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana; Dharavi sees a drop in numbersMaharashtra government has extended the lockdown in the state till July 31 as the COVID-19 cases continue to rise. On Monday, Maharashtra recorded another massive surge of 5,257 fresh cases on Monday, taking the State’s tally to 1.69 lakh. The coronavirus tally in Mumbai also increased to 76,294 with the addition of 1,247 new cases. Several districts in the state have started imposing a stringent lockdown, with Thane being one of the first to announce a complete shutdown for 10 days even as Uddhav Thackeray said 'Mission Begin Again'. The BMC has also started levying fines of Rs 1000 on those not wearing a mask. The country's tally has increased to 5.66 lakh.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-06-30 21:20(IST) COVID-19 June 30 HighlightsMaharashtra recorded 4,878 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 1,74,761. Also, 245 people succumbed to the infection, 95 of them from the last 48 hours, taking the death toll due to pandemic in the state to 7,855, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of June 30 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and other parts of the country2020-06-30 21:20(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar inches towards 2000-mark while Ambernath follows closely; Badlapur tally reaches 774Ulhasnagar reported 148 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,914. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 54 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 1,823. At present, 533 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. In Badlapur on Tuesday, 32 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 774 with 15 deaths. Read full report here2020-06-30 19:46(IST) Thane: Lockdown in the city from July 2; Here's everything that's allowed and not allowedIn the view of rising COVID-19 cases in the city, the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has officially decided to imposed a stringent 10-day lockdown beginning Wednesday. The lockdown with several new restrictions will start at 7 am on July 2 and will continue till 7 am on July 12. Read full details here2020-06-30 19:37(IST) Dharavi sees a drop in new COVID-19 cases and deathsCOVID-19 positive cases in Dharavi have come down drastically and so have the number of deaths. On Tuesday, Dharavi reported six new COVID-19 cases. With this, the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Asia's largest slum has reached 2,268. Read detailed report here2020-06-30 18:31(IST) Karnataka Agriculture Ministe urges CM Yediyurappa to seal down Hirekerur TalukIn view of the rising COVID-19 cases, Karnataka Agriculture Minister BC Patil on Tuesday urged Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa to seal down Hirekerur Taluk in the Haveri district.He said that COVID-19 has reached Hirekerur constituency.He urged people to maintain social distancing and wear masks."Everybody's life is in their own hands. People should be alert as much as possible. People should take adequate safety measures," said the minister.The total number of cases in Karnataka stands at 14,295 as on Monday and the death toll is 226. The number of active cases stands at 6,382, said the State Health Department.2020-06-30 18:03(IST) Ex-Kenya football captain Otieno hospitalised with COVID-19Former Kenya football captain and its most-capped player Musa Otieno is recovering in a Nairobi hospital from COVID-19, in a development that has brought the effects of the global pandemic into sharp focus in the country.Otieno, who made 105 appearances for Kenya's Harambee Stars from 1993 to 2006, tested positive for COVID-19 and has been admitted at a government facility while being placed on a ventilator for the past two days, reports Xinhua news agency."I have been in constant contact with the family and I want to assure the football family that our legend is responding well to treatment. On behalf of the Kenya Association of former footballers we would want to wish our captain fantastic a quick recovery and let's keep on praying for our legend," his friend Athanas Obango said on Tuesday in a statement approved by the Otieno family.2020-06-30 17:56(IST) Delhi Metro services will remain closed for commuters until further notice, in view of 'Unlock 2' guidelines issued by the government: DMRC2020-06-30 17:54(IST) Fake News Busted! BMC clarifies 169 residents of Omkar Alta Monte in Malad have not tested positive for COVID-19The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation on Tuesday refuted rumours that 169 residents tested positive for coronavirus in Malad's Omkar Alta Monte. A picture clicked from a neighbouring building has been going viral on the internet wherein several people dressed in PPE kits can be seen standing outside the building premises. The message also claimed that 169 residents of the society have tested positive for COVID-19 and that the building has now been sealed. Read full story here2020-06-30 16:40(IST) Mira Bhayandar: Total lockdown from 5 pm on Wednesday to July 10 midnightAs coronavirus infection cases continue to surge in the metropolitan satellite township of Mira Bhayandar, the civic authorities have decided to once again clamp 10 days of total lockdown in the area starting from tomorrow. Read full details here2020-06-30 16:38(IST) Acharya Balkrishna: Never said CORONIL can cure coronavirusWe never told the medicine (coronil) can cure or control corona, we said that we had made medicines and used them in clinical controlled trial which cured corona patients. There is no confusion in it: Acharya Balkrishna, CEO Patanjali2020-06-30 16:38(IST) Healthy practices during lockdown2020-06-30 16:33(IST) PM Narendra Modi: PM Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana that provides free ration to 80 crore poor extended till NovemberPrime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the nation on Tuesday, announced that government has decided to extend the PM Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana till the end of November, adding that for these months, more than 80 crore citizens will continue to get five kilograms of rice/wheat and 1 kilo of gram, free of cost. Read complete details here2020-06-30 16:22(IST) PM Modi: We will be more vocal about local"We will be more vocal about local. We need to be aatmanirbhar. We have to work together," said PM Modi2020-06-30 16:18(IST) PM Modi announces extension of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana"Today, I want to make an important announcement. Government has decided that the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana will be extended till the end of November. For these 5 months, more than 80 crore citizens will be given 5 kg rice/ wheat free of cost. More than Rs 90 crore will be spent on this. If you add what we spent in the last 3 months, it's in the range of Rs 1.50 lakh crore," said PM Modi.2020-06-30 16:13(IST) More than 80 crore people have received ration in the last 3 months: PM Modi"More than 80 crore people have received ration in the last 3 months, free of cost, and in addition 1 kilo dal was also given. 2.5 times the US population, 12 times the UK population -- that's how many people we have given free ration to," said PM Modi.2020-06-30 16:07(IST) Need to follow the rules during Unlock: PM Modi"People followed rules during the lockdown. We need the same kind of vigilance now even in Unlock mode, especially in containment zones. We will have to discipline those who don't follow these restrictions. A Prime Minister of a country was fined for not wearing a mask recently when he stepped outside. Local administrations will have to do the same. The rules are same for everyone," said PM Modi.2020-06-30 16:05(IST) India's COVID-19 situation is better than other countries: PM ModiPM Modi: India is better off as compared to other countries if you look at the death rate. A timely lockdown has undoubtedly saved lives but we also see that ever since Unlock 1 has started, there has been some negligence on the part of people as well; whether it is masks, social distancing, hand washing or anything else. This negligence is a big cause for concern.2020-06-30 16:03(IST) PM Modi addresses the nation"We are entering Unlock 2 now. We are also entering a season which sees an increase in cough, cold, illnesses as well. So I appeal ot all of you to take care of your health," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his nationwide address on Tuesday.2020-06-30 15:45(IST) Maharashtra requests Railways to allow travel via locals trains for bank, court employeesThe Maharashtra government has requested the Railways to allow employees of various central government offices/establishments, high courts and public sector banks to travel by local trains.The final decision in this regard will be taken by Railways, the state government said.As per the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Maharashtra is the worst-hit state with regard to the COVID-19 cases and has reported 1,69,883 cases, including 73,313 active cases 88,960 cured/discharged patients and 7,610 fatalities.2020-06-30 15:23(IST) 'Patanjali said no 'Corona Kit' has been packaged by them'In reply to our notice, Patanjali said no 'Corona Kit' has been packaged by them. 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2020-06-30Growth rate of Covid cases in MMR three times that of Mumbai - Times of India
Growth rate of Covid cases in MMR three times that of MumbaiTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona CasesLockdown in MumbaiUddhav ThackerayMaharashtra Lockdown ExtensionGrowth rate of Covid cases in MMR three times that of MumbaiSumitra Debroy & Bhavika Jain | TNN | Jun 30, 2020, 09:21 ISTRais Shaikh, MLA from Bhiwandi, said the MMR was paying a price for the state putting all its focus on curbing...Read MoreMUMBAI: Cases in the wider Mumbai Metropolitan Region grew at three times the rate at which infections spread in the metropolis between May and June. Data analysed by TOI reveals that while positive cases in Mumbai rose by 93% since May-end, the rise was a staggering 287% in the rest of MMR, currently the state’s biggest worry. Bhiwandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation, for instance, has seen an explosion with a near 1,400% rise in cases — from 134 in May-end to 1,987 till June 28. Palghar comes second with a 653% rise in the same period -- from 144 to 1,085. And both Kalyan-Dombivli and Ulhasnagar corporations saw over 400% rise in incidence between May and June, whereas Mira-Bhayander, Vasai-Virar and Panvel corporations saw increases in the range of 341%- 386%. Surprisingly, Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai, which added cases in significant volumes, appear at the bottom of the growth rate chart with 93%, 160% and 180%. Senior officials admitted that the rise in cases in the smaller MMR cities has been exponential in the last few weeks and is a major cause of worry as porous borders between Mumbai and MMR make it difficult to contain infections. Officials said permitting unrestricted travel within MMR to enable officegoers to resume work and shop owners to re-start businesses called for a delicate balancing act. He said the state's recent order to not allow unrestricted travel except for office purposes and essential travel was largely prompted by the recent surge in cases. A closer look at growth patterns in June show most corporations started seeing a rise in the second week followed by a dip in the third and then an exponential jump in the last week (June 22-28). In Ulhasnagar, for instance, the weekly growth rate was up 4% in the first week of June to 45% in the second week before it dropped to 9% in the third week. In the fourth week, it again saw a massive 143% jump. However, as far as deaths are concerned, the Bhiwandi-Nizampur township was the worst hit with as many as 50 lives lost in the third week of June compared to single digit deaths seen in the other weeks. Rais Shaikh, MLA from Bhiwandi, said the MMR was paying a price for the state putting all its focus on curbing the epidemic in Mumbai. “The result is that for an area with a population of more than 12lakhs we have one government hospital, 100 Covid beds and just eight ventilators,” Shaikh said. The state had replaced the previous commissioner with Dr Pankaj Ashiya, who after assuming charge had said that increasing testing would be a priority. A state official said Thane was adding capacity by setting up of a few jumbo facilities, but smaller corporations like Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi who have generally leaned on Mumbai or Thane for healthcare, will find it difficult to cope with the increase. A senior surgeon who runs a nursing home in the eastern suburbs said most critical patients from Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar have traditionally come to Mumbai for care. “It’s a critical failure of the state health department that it didn't push MMR corporations to bolster their services when Mumbai was playing out in front of their eyes,” said the doctor. 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2020-06-29Covid-19 patients to shift from rundown Ulhasnagar hospital in Thane - Deccan Herald
Covid-19 patients to shift from rundown Ulhasnagar hospital in Thane XShare viaShare permalinkPTI, Jun 29 2020, 15:23 istupdated: Jun 29 2020, 15:23 istNewly-appointed Ulhasnagar municipal commissioner Mantada Raja Dayanidhi on Monday ordered the shifting of Covid-19 patients from the ESIS Hospital as the building is in a dilapidated condition and could turn dangerous in the rains.For latest updates and live news on coronavirus, click hereDayanidhi had taken a round of the hospital recently and gave orders for shifting of Covid-19 patients to Vedant Hospital and the process will begin soon, ESIS Hospital Superintendent Dr Vilas Dongre told PTI."The ESIS hospital building was constructed in 1975. It has a capacity of 100 beds and presently 51 Covid-19 patients are admitted here," Dongre informed.  Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeThaneMaharashtraCoronavirusCoronavirus lockdownCOVID-19 Related stories School brings out notebooks honouring health workers SBI economists pitch for 2nd round of financial package... K'taka's Dakshina Kannada records 14th Covid-19 death More cops in Ullal Station test positive for Covid-19... SC seeks clarity on visa ban of Tablighi attendees... BJP MLA from MP's Rewa tests positive for coronavirus... What's BrewingIndia debates skin-tone bias as beauty cos alter adsTrump deletes retweet of video with 'white power' chantCan Covid-19 damage the brain?Podcast | The Lead: KK Shailaja on Kerala's Covid fight  DH Picks Coronavirus news live updates: Andhra Pradesh reports 793 fresh... Live Podcast | The Lead: KK Shailaja on Kerala's Covid... Covid-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on June 29... India debates skin-tone bias as beauty cos alter ads...What's BrewingIndia debates skin-tone bias as beauty cos alter adsTrump deletes retweet of video with 'white power' chantCan Covid-19 damage the brain?Podcast | The Lead: KK Shailaja on Kerala's Covid fight 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 UpdatesWATCH | Coronavirus latest updatesCOVID-19 | State-wise tallyIndia-China border tensionsDH Picks Coronavirus news live updates: Andhra Pradesh reports 793 fresh cases and 11 deaths; India's tally nears 5.5 lakh-mark Podcast | The Lead: KK Shailaja on Kerala's Covid fight Covid-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on June 29 India debates skin-tone bias as beauty cos alter ads India, Japan send message to China with warships drillLatest stories School brings out notebooks honouring health workers SBI economists pitch for 2nd round of financial package K'taka's Dakshina Kannada records 14th Covid-19 death Fuel price hike protest: Gujarat Cong chief detained More cops in Ullal Station test positive for Covid-19Trending news Trump suspends H-1B, other work visas till year end Nothing should threaten safety of bank employees: FM Deterrent message to China 'Covid-19's herd immunity threshold could be lower' Covid-19: More Bengaluru areas to be sealedDownload DH APP Services About Epaper Archives Sitemap Classifieds ContactOur group sites Printers Mysore Prajavani Sudha MayuraDownload DH APP Privacy Policy Terms Disclaimer © 2020 The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd. 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
2020-06-29Maharashtra: 40-year-old man arrested for killing stepson - India TV News
Maharashtra: 40-year-old man arrested for killing stepson Maharashtra: 40-year-old man arrested for killing stepson A 40-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his stepson in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Monday.  PTI Thane Published on: June 29, 2020 10:43 IST Image Source : FILE Maharashtra: 40-year-old man arrested for killing stepson A 40-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his stepson in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Monday. The 23-year-old victim's mother is the second wife of the accused, Vijay Chavan, a labourer from Ulhasnagar township here, they said. The victim was the son of Chavan's second wife from a previous relationship. Chavan suspected that his stepson was in an illicit relationship with his second wife and was upset over it, a police spokesperson said. He allegedly hit his stepson with an iron angle on his head at their home in Ulhasnagar on June 25, the official said, adding that the victim received severe injuries and died on the spot. The victim's brother later filed a police complaint. The accused was arrested late Sunday night and a case was registered against him under Indian Penal Code Section 302 (murder), the police said. 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2020-06-29Maha: Man arrested for killing stepson - Yahoo India News
Maha: Man arrested for killing stepsonPTI29 June 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Jun 29 (PTI) A 40-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his stepson in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Monday.The 23-year-old victim's mother is the second wife of the accused, Vijay Chavan, a labourer from Ulhasnagar township here, they said.The victim was the son of Chavan's second wife from a previous relationship.Chavan suspected that his stepson was in an illicit relationship with his second wife and was upset over it, a police spokesperson said.He allegedly hit his stepson with an iron angle on his head at their home in Ulhasnagar on June 25, the official said, adding that the victim received severe injuries and died on the spot.The victim's brother later filed a police complaint.The accused was arrested late Sunday night and a case was registered against him under Indian Penal Code Section 302 (murder), the police said. PTI COR GK GKReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read next10 day complete lockdown in Thane beginsOneindiaWhy Prime Minister of a strong India so weak, asks Cong on border standoffPTIRam Mandir Trust members to meet on July 18 in AyodhyaAniPolice Should Shoot Him Dead When They Catch Him: Mother of Gangster Vikas Dubey on Killing of 8 UP CopsNews185 Bold And Beautiful Bollywood Divas Who Have Been Married More Than OnceBollywoodshaadis.comSports Ministry to start Target Olympic Podium Scheme for juniors for 2024 and 2028 OlympicsAniMust Not Sleep After Rape, Wear Sindoor: High Courts Redefine 'Ideal' Indian WomanThe QuintHere's Why I Decided To Get Breast Implants ... And Why I Decided To Have Them RemovedHuffPostTragic life: The filmmaker who shot his wife, son, daughter before killing self - Brij SadanahYahoo CelebrityAfter Stoking 30 Years of Bloodshed in Kashmir Valley, Syed Ali Shah Geelani Has Realised His MistakeNews18Robbers kill ATM cash van driver in ChhattisgarhAniBerlin Drops Derogatory Name for Metro Station after Anti-Racism ProtestsNews18WHO Says First Results from Drug Trials Expected Within 2 Weeks as Covid-19 Cases Exceed 11 MillionNews18Two arrested for kicking a Nandi idol to make TikTok videoYahoo NewsNepometer Not Created to Earn Profit, Says Sushant Singh Rajput's Brother-in-lawNews18COVID update: Cases surpass 1-lakh mark in Tamil NaduAni
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Maharashtra: Man arrested for killing stepson Last Updated: 29th June, 2020 10:20 IST Maharashtra: Man Arrested For Killing Stepson A 40-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his stepson in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Monday. Written By Press Trust Of India A 40-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his stepson in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Monday. The 23-year-old victim's mother is the second wife of the accused, Vijay Chavan, a labourer from Ulhasnagar township, they said. The victim was the son of Chavan's second wife from a previous relationship. Chavan suspected that his stepson was in an illicit relationship with his second wife and was upset over it, a police spokesperson said. He allegedly hit his stepson with an iron angle on his head at their home in Ulhasnagar on June 25, the official said, adding that the victim received severe injuries and died on the spot. The victim's brother later filed a police complaint. The accused was arrested late Sunday night and a case was registered against him under Indian Penal Code Section 302 (murder), the police said. First Published: 29th June, 2020 10:20 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 41 mins ago No entry for devotees from outside MP in Mahakal temple 2 hours ago 2 arms suppliers held in Delhi 2 hours ago Lockdown restrictions to be tightened in Yanam region on Sundays 46 mins ago Lockdown showing good results, say top Aurangabad officials 10 hours ago COVID-19: Noida first district in UP to cross 4,000 cases, Gzb on brink 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 Full interview: Kangana Ranaut speaks to Arnab, talks about Sushant Singh Rajput case Rajasthan Govt Crisis LIVE Updates: Police team formed to investigate leaked audiotapes Gehlot camp MLAs' Lagaan screening & Yoga classes flouted Covid-norms, claims new plea Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's tally soars to 10.38 lakhs; recovery rate at 62.93% FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-06-2950 Covid-19 patients in dilapidated Ulhasnagar hospital building to be shifted - Hindustan Times
2020-06-2950 Covid-19 patients in dilapidated Ulhasnagar hospital building to be shifted - Hindustan Times
2020-06-29As cases surge, Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31 - The Hindu
As cases surge, Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31 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 | India-China stand-off on the LAC: A Timeline News Cities Mumbai Mumbai As cases surge, Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31 Alok Deshpande Mumbai, June 30, 2020 00:15 IST Updated: June 30, 2020 00:15 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Marching on: A woman stands by the side of a road, as health workers arrive to conduct a medical camp in Mumbai.   | Photo Credit: AP Alok Deshpande Mumbai, June 30, 2020 00:15 IST Updated: June 30, 2020 00:15 IST Fresh guidelines issued; no new relaxations in urban areas The Maharashtra government on Monday extended its lockdown till July 31, without providing any further relaxations in urban areas amid mounting cases of COVID-19 in the State.Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta issued the new guidelines a day after Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said he would not be lifting restrictions after June 30. According to the new rules, private offices can operate with up to 10% staff strength or 10 people, whichever is more. For State government employees, the ratio is 15% or 15 people, whichever is higher. The State government suggested that work from home be followed as far as possible. The order said wearing face covers or masks, maintaining physical distancing, restricted gatherings, and other measures shall continue to prevail in the State. No new loosening of curbs has been announced and relaxations granted earlier under Mission Begin Again will remain. All essential and non-essential shops will function as per relaxations issued on May 31 and June 4, and can be “in operation as per the policy of respective municipal corporation”. There will be specific restrictions in urban areas, especially under municipal corporations in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), and cities such as Pune, Nagpur, Solapur, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Akola and Amravati. No inter-district travelThe order clearly prohibited inter-district movement of people as well as long-distance travelling without any emergency. Inter-district movement of people in the MMR (Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Mira-Bhayander, Vasai-Virar, Ambernath, Badlapur) will be permitted only for essential activities and attending office. In the rest of the State, intra-district bus services will be allowed to run with 50% capacity, while inter-district movement will continue to be regulated. All non-essential markets, market areas and shops, except malls and market complexes, will remain open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the order said. Liquor shops will continue to operate and provide home delivery wherever permitted. E-commerce activities for essential and non-essential items, including home delivery services, will continue. All industrial units that are now open can continue to operate.Also, work at all public and private construction sites, which have already commenced, can continue, the order said. Schools, colleges, coaching centres and shopping malls , among other establishments, have been closed since late March.CM backs police Meanwhile, Mr. Thackeray came out in support of the Mumbai police, which have prohibited people from moving beyond a 2-km radius of their house for non-essential work. Mr. Thackeray said people should avoid crowding without reason. “We have brought the pandemic under control, but such behaviour will lead to bigger challenges. The only intention of prohibiting travel beyond a 2-km radius of homes is to stop unnecessary travel,” said Mr. Thackeray.The Chief Minister said it is important for every citizen to realise that it is their responsibility to defeat the pandemic. “Nobody will be stopped if they are going out for essential activities. 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2020-06-29Coronavirus | Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31 - The Hindu
Coronavirus | Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31 Share On News National International States Cities Coronavirus | Despite odds, India Post ensures essential services during lockdown News National National Coronavirus | Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31 Alok Deshpande Mumbai, June 29, 2020 16:37 IST Updated: June 29, 2020 23:20 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Policemen seen stopping vehicles during a checking in Mumbai on June 29, 2020. Mumbai police has issued a guidelines that all vehicles that ply in areas away from home without valid reason would be impounded to avoid overcrowding in public places.   | Photo Credit: Vivek Bendre Alok Deshpande Mumbai, June 29, 2020 16:37 IST Updated: June 29, 2020 23:20 IST No new relaxations in urban areas as COVID-19 cases continue to rise The Maharashtra government on Monday extended its lockdown till July 31, without providing any further relaxations in urban areas amid mounting cases of COVID-19 in the State.Coronavirus, June 29 updates | State Helpline numbers for COVID-19Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta issued the new guidelines a day after Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said he won’t be lifting restrictions after June 30. According to the new rules, private offices can operate with up to 10% staff strength or 10 people, whichever is more. For State government employees, the ratio is 15% or 15 people, whichever is higher. The State government suggested that work from home be followed as far as possible. The order said wearing face covers or masks, maintaining physical distancing, restricted gatherings, and other measures shall continue to prevail in the State.No new loosening of curbs has been announced and relaxations granted earlier under Mission Begin Again will resume. All essential and non-essential shops will function as per relaxations issued on May 31 and June 4, and can be “in operation as per the policy of respective municipal corporation”. There will be specific restrictions in urban areas, especially under municipal corporations in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), and cities such as Pune, Nagpur, Solapur, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Akola and Amravati.Also read: Coronavirus | Maharashtra records highest surgeNo inter-district travelThe order clearly prohibited inter-district movement of people as well as long-distance travelling without any emergency. Inter-district movement of people in the MMR (Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Mira-Bhayander, Vasai-Virar, Ambernath, Badlapur) will be permitted only for essential activities and attending office. Long-distance travel to buy non-essential items will not be permitted.In rest of the State, intra-district bus services will be allowed to run with 50% capacity, while inter-district movement will continue to be regulated. Activities, which are not prohibited or banned, will continue with restrictions and there will be phase-wise opening of services.Interactive map of confirmed coronavirus cases in India | e-Book on COVID-19 | State-wise tracker for coronavirus cases, deaths and testing ratesAll non-essential markets, market areas and shops, except malls and market complexes, will remain open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the order said. Liquor shops will continue to operate and provide home delivery wherever permitted. e-commerce activities for essential and non-essential items, including home delivery services, will continue. All industrial units that are now open can continue to operate. Also, work at all public and private construction sites, which have already commenced, can continue, the order said. Schools, colleges, coaching centres and shopping malls, among other establishments, have been closed since late March.CM backs policeMeanwhile, Mr. Thackeray came out in support of the Mumbai Police, which have prohibited people from moving beyond a 2-km radius of their house for non-essential work. The move led to long queues on the Western Express Highway on Monday. Mr. Thackeray said people should avoid crowding without any reason and it is unacceptable at a time when the State is fighting COVID-19. “We have brought the pandemic under control, but such behaviour will lead to bigger challenges. The only intention of prohibiting travel beyond a 2-km radius of homes is to stop unnecessary travel,” said Mr. Thackeray.Full coverage: Lockdown displaces lakhs of migrantsThe Chief Minister said it is important for every citizen to realise that it is their responsibility to defeat the pandemic. “Nobody will be stopped if they are going out for essential activities. Essential items can be purchased in their own locality. Physical activities can be done in an open space or playground nearby. But if you are going out for no reason, just to roam around and jam the traffic, then you are going to increase the threat to yourself and others,” he said.(With PTI inputs) You have reached your limit for free articles this month. To get full access, please subscribe. Already have an account ? Sign in Show Less Plan 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. 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2020-06-29103-year-old recovers from Covid-19 - Free Press Journal
103-year-old recovers from Covid-19 By Agencies The 103-year-old was born in 1917, just one year before the Spanish flu pandemic, which is said to be the most severe in recent history. The centenarian, a resident of Siddheshwar Talao locality, was admitted in the hospital for COVID-Pneumonia a month ago. Photo Credit: PTIA 103-year-old man was on Monday discharged from a hospital here in Maharashtra after recovering from COVID-19 disease, the doctor who treated him said.According to Dr Sameet Sohoni, the 85-year-old brother of the 103-year-old is also on the path of recovery from the viral infection and will be discharged soon.He said the 103-year-old was born in 1917, just one year before the Spanish flu pandemic, which is said to be the most severe in recent history.The centenarian, a resident of Siddheshwar Talao locality, was admitted in the hospital for COVID-Pneumonia a month ago, Dr Sohoni said."He remained admitted in the ICU for 20 days. He has recovered completely from the infection and discharged on Monday," Dr Sohoni said, adding that a grandson of the 103- year-old was also treated at the same hospital for coronavirus and has been discharged after recovery.Meanwhile, authorities are mulling imposition of a total lockdown in Thane for ten days beginning July 2 in view of the surge in coronavirus cases.The Thane city police have put out a notice on its tweeter handle asking people to stock essential items.Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Corporation commissioner Pankaj Ashiya has told reporters that an additional 2,000 to 2,500 beds will be made available for COVID-19 patients in the powerloom town in the next one week.CoronavirusCOVID 19Spanish flu pandemicPankaj AshiyaSiddheshwar TalaoDr Sameet SohoniBhiwandi Nizampur Municipal CorporationRecent Stories'Why is Alibaba not on the list?' Congress' Manish Tewari poses questions after India bans 59 Chinese apps'Will Govt cap Indian tech start up’s over-dependence on Chinese funds?' Priyanka Chaturvedi asks after India bans 59 Chinese appsChinese scientists discover new strain of 'swine flu' that has potential to cause latest global pandemicIran issues arrest warrant for Donald Trump over drone strike that killed Qassem SoleimaniMonth after LG Polymer leak, 2 dead, 4 hospitalised after gas leakage at Visakhapatnam pharmaceutical firm 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
2020-06-29Mira Bhayandar crosses 3,000 mark as COVID-19 recovery rate rises to 68% - Free Press Journal
Mira Bhayandar crosses 3,000 mark as COVID-19 recovery rate rises to 68% By Suresh GolaniBL Soni Amid an alarming surge in novel coronavirus cases, the recovery rate in the twin-city is also showing improvement. With 168 patients recovering from the deadly COVID-19 during the last 24 hours, the total number of patients discharged from designated hospitals has crossed the 2,000 mark. It reached 2,098 on Sunday.The recovery rate now hovers a little above 68%.The rising recovery rate has posed a serious question mark over the abrupt transfer of civic chief C.K. Dange who was shunted out within four months. Dr. Vijay Rathod has taken over the reins of the civic body. Notably, 799 patients have beaten the deadly virus in the past six days, pulling down the number of active cases to 823.Four more deaths were reported, taking the number of casualties to 139. The case fatality rate (CFR) hovers at 5%. A significant number of deaths were either reported from hospitals other than MBMC’s dedicated COVID-19 facility or were out of the civic jurisdiction. As per protocol, all those who have been discharged will have to be under home quarantine for at least 14 days from the date of discharge. On assessment of the patient’s health, the civic administration will end the quarantine.The twin-city has now breached the 3,000 mark for COIVD-19 cases. With 116 new cases, the total number of coronavirus cumulative positive cases registered by the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) has now climbed to 3,051. (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 BhayandarCOVID-19Recovery rateRecent Stories'Why is Alibaba not on the list?' Congress' Manish Tewari poses questions after India bans 59 Chinese apps'Will Govt cap Indian tech start up’s over-dependence on Chinese funds?' Priyanka Chaturvedi asks after India bans 59 Chinese appsChinese scientists discover new strain of 'swine flu' that has potential to cause latest global pandemicIran issues arrest warrant for Donald Trump over drone strike that killed Qassem SoleimaniMonth after LG Polymer leak, 2 dead, 4 hospitalised after gas leakage at Visakhapatnam pharmaceutical firm 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
2020-06-29Amid COVID-19 outbreak, Panvel Municipal Corporation closes AMPC and non-veg markets till further order - Free Press Journal
Amid COVID-19 outbreak, Panvel Municipal Corporation closes AMPC and non-veg markets till further orderBy Amit Srivastava Residents in the Panvel area will face a scarcity of vegetables and non-vegetarian items such as chicken and fish in the coming days. The Panvel Municipal Corporation (PMC) has decided to close all fruits and vegetable shops at the Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) outlet in Panvel and fish and chicken-mutton shops in Panvel Koliwada till further orders are given.For the last fortnight, there has been a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in the PMC area. Under the jurisdiction of PMC, around 80 to 90 positive cases are being reported almost every day.As per the order issued on Monday evening, all shops in the Panvel APMC and in the Koliwada area will be closed till further order. “The primary conclusion is that most of the positive cases found are being linked to APMC and Koliwada shops,” said an official from the PMC. He added that after the easing of lockdown rules, more people are visiting these crowded areas, and this has added to the number of positive cases.According to the official, there has been a spike in positive cases after the relaxation in lockdown. “We had already made wearing masks mandatory in public places,” said the official. He added that the local body had also sealed 32 shops for not maintaining social distancing norms.Due to a sharp rise in cases, the opposition as well as a social organization had also demanded another lockdown in the area under PMC jurisdiction.Pritam Mhatre, the opposition leader in the PMC had sent a letter to the municipal commissioner and demanded the imposition of a strict lockdown for eight days. Mhatre said that after relaxation in lockdown, people are coming out of their houses in huge numbers and that they can be seen at shops across the city.Panvel Sangharsh Samiti (PSS), a social organization in Panvel had made a similar demand on Thursday. Kantilal Kadu, president of the PSS met Sudhakar Deshmukh, municipal commissioner of PMC, and demanded a strict lockdown in PMC’s jurisdiction for 15 days. “There is a need for a strict measure to contain the rise of corona positive cases,” said Kadu. He had added that the option of a strict lockdown can be explored.The civic chief, Sudhakar Sonawane, had shot down any such plan. However, he said that the civic body would welcome it if citizens themselves implement the 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)Panvel Municipal corporationCOVID-19 outbreakAMPCnon-veg marketsRecent Stories'Why is Alibaba not on the list?' Congress' Manish Tewari poses questions after India bans 59 Chinese apps'Will Govt cap Indian tech start up’s over-dependence on Chinese funds?' Priyanka Chaturvedi asks after India bans 59 Chinese appsChinese scientists discover new strain of 'swine flu' that has potential to cause latest global pandemicIran issues arrest warrant for Donald Trump over drone strike that killed Qassem SoleimaniMonth after LG Polymer leak, 2 dead, 4 hospitalised after gas leakage at Visakhapatnam pharmaceutical firm 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
2020-06-29Mumbai: 2-km Red line adds to chaos; Police impounded 16,291 vehicles in extensive checks at nakabandis across the city - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: 2-km Red line adds to chaos; Police impounded 16,291 vehicles in extensive checks at nakabandis across the city By Priyanka Navalkar & Sachin GaadBhushan KoyandeMumbai: A day after a two-km Lakshman Rekha was drawn for those stepping out of their homes, the Mumbai Police impounded over 16,291 vehicles in extensive checks at nakabandis across the city on Monday, the highest number of vehicles impounded in a single day since the lockdown was announced. These multiple check points also resulted in massive traffic jams on Western Express Highway (WEH) and Eastern Express Highways (EEH) on Monday morning, causing traffic congestion for over three hours.  Local police stations and the traffic police conducted extensive checks in a crackdown on motorists found plying outside the 2km-radius without a valid reason. Only workers of essential services, people heading to office or those travelling in cases of medical emergencies are exempt.  The local police stations had set up 137 checkpoints across the city and checked over 30,072 vehicles and impounded 7,680 vehicles. This includes 6,640 four-wheelers, 11,579 two-wheelers and 1,366 three wheelers. They registered 6,860 cases under the Motor Vehicles Act. Meanwhile, the Mumbai traffic police impounded a total of 8,611 vehicles on Monday, which includes 474 autos, 295 taxis, 1,601 private cars and 6,241 motorcycles.  While issuing the new guidelines on Sunday, the Mumbai Police had warned that anyone found violating the norm would be booked and their vehicle would be impounded compulsorily.  Those caught in the traffic took to social media to vent their ire, blaming the police and their barricades kept along the way for causing the traffic snarls. Not only were office goers stuck in the traffic congestion, some ambulances too were caught in traffic. Social media users slammed the Mumbai Police's decision to conduct checks during peak hours on a weekday. A motorist, who was travelling in a car bound for Andheri was stuck in traffic for over two hours, and blamed the police’s checks. "Police have been checking vehicles and impounding those found without reasons. What's surprising is that they are parking the impounded vehicles right beside the check points, adding to the already worse traffic woes," said the motorist. Essential service workers, who are allowed to travel and go to work, also found themselves stuck in traffic with those who had no valid reason to transgress the two-km radius.  A doctor said, "I had left home at Vikhroli around 8am to attend to patients, only to reach the clinic at Grant Road after 11.30am. This is utter harassment of public. In fact, all main roads were blocked and forced to be an obstruction of essential services."Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: G (South) ward sets up telemedicine COVID-19 care at Podar Hospital, Worli (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)MUmbainakabandisLakshman rekha2-km Red lineRecent Stories'Why is Alibaba not on the list?' Congress' Manish Tewari poses questions after India bans 59 Chinese apps'Will Govt cap Indian tech start up’s over-dependence on Chinese funds?' Priyanka Chaturvedi asks after India bans 59 Chinese appsChinese scientists discover new strain of 'swine flu' that has potential to cause latest global pandemicIran issues arrest warrant for Donald Trump over drone strike that killed Qassem SoleimaniMonth after LG Polymer leak, 2 dead, 4 hospitalised after gas leakage at Visakhapatnam pharmaceutical firm 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
2020-06-29COVID-19 Tracker: No respite for Ulhasnagar, Ambernath residents; Badlapur reports 21 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: No respite for Ulhasnagar, Ambernath residents; Badlapur reports 21 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: No respite for Ulhasnagar, Ambernath residents; Badlapur reports 21 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 29, 2020, 21:06 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 137 new coronavirus cases on Monday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,766. Also, with 53 recoveries on Monday, as many as 986 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 737 while 43 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 137 new cases, ten people tested positive in Samrat Ashok Nagar itself, while seven cases came up from Subhash Nagar. Six persons contracted the virus in Samrat Harshvardhan Nagar, whereas five cases each came up in Ulhasnagar-1, Bhaiyyasaheb Ambedkar Nagar. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 88 new COVID-19 cases on Monday taking the total number to 1,769. At present, 724 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 42 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Corporation limits, including two on Monday. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Monday, 21 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 742 with 15 deaths. Two cases each came up in Nilkanth Valley, Govind Dham, Sonivali and Anand Nagar, while the remaining were from Sankalp Siddhi, Valivali, Ganesh Nagar, Kanhor Road, Katrap, Vaaniaali, Shreeji Manohar Nirvana, Belauli, Parth Complex, Om Shri Sai Apartment and Aptewadi. So far, 358 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 369 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020Coronavirus outbreak hits Saiwyn Quadras-Shweta Bajaj's wedding plans...Apr 15, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020 Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹ 32999Galaxy Note10 LiteDon't miss out on Myntra's BIGGEST Fashion Sale!TIMESPOINTSMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesTake (1) Cup of This (Before Bed) & Flush Away Your Belly Fat!Body Secret Revelation Don’t miss out on these Virtual Aussie Wildlife ToursTourism AustraliaBuy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. Shop nowmoha:How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesExciting offers for a limited period. 12th-30th June.Prestige GroupDell's Premium Business-class NotebookDell IndiaQuit Smoking with NIXIT Nicotine Lozenge. BUY NOW!NIXIT
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2020-06-29Maha: Man arrested for killing stepson - Outlook India
Maha: Man arrested for killing stepson Outlook June 29, 2020 10:13 IST Maha: Man arrested for killing stepson outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jun 29 (PTI) A 40-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his stepson in Maharashtra''s Thane district, police said on Monday. The 23-year-old victim''s mother is the second wife of the accused, Vijay Chavan, a labourer from Ulhasnagar township here, they said. The victim was the son of Chavan''s second wife from a previous relationship. Chavan suspected that his stepson was in an illicit relationship with his second wife and was upset over it, a police spokesperson said. He allegedly hit his stepson with an iron angle on his head at their home in Ulhasnagar on June 25, the official said, adding that the victim received severe injuries and died on the spot. The victim''s brother later filed a police complaint. The accused was arrested late Sunday night and a case was registered against him under Indian Penal Code Section 302 (murder), the police 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 India's Covid-19 Tally Crosses 5.48 Lakh With Over 19,000 New Cases Centre Cancels Bihar's Rs 2,900-Crore Bridge Project As Chinese Firms Are Involved: Report Global Covid-19 Cases Soar Past 10 Million; Death Toll Crosses 500,000 More from Outlook Magazine COVID-19 Shifting Diary Top picks World Leaving The Bog Next Story : Pakistan cricketers arrive in England for Test & T20I series Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-29Thane: KDMC to add 1,000 beds next month - Times of India
Thane: KDMC to add 1,000 beds next monthThane: KDMC to add 1,000 beds next monthTNN | Updated: Jun 29, 2020, 10:20 ISTPhoto used for representational purpose onlyKALYAN-DOMBIVLI: The Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) says it will add over 1,000 beds next month. It said Dombivli will get one more hospital with 30 ICU and 170 oxygen beds for coronavirus-infected patients on July 1. Kalyan MP Shrikant Shinde and municipal commissioner Dr Vijay Suryawanshi did a review visit of hospitals in Dombivli on Sunday. They said two more dedicated Covid-19 hospitals with 820 beds would be ready by July 15. Suryawanshi said he had spoken to hospitals in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai for additional beds. On Sunday, the city reported 367 new cases and six deaths, taking the case total to 5,678 and the death toll to 107. The KDMC lodged a case against two mutton shop owners at the Kolsewadi police station for violating the alternate day scheme of operations. In Ulhasnagar, where cases number over 1,600, trader and manufacturer associations decided to self-lockdown from July 1 to 7. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCoronavirus test centersCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaNarendra ModiIndia China border disputeCoronavirus India update liveIndia China newsLockdown in MumbaiSensexSharad Arvind BobdeMann ki Baat highlightsKarnataka Online ClassesLATEST VIDEOSCityDelhi: Senior Covid frontline doctor falls to the virus, shockwaves among city’s medical fraternity Covid-19 in Maharashtra: Lockdown imposed at 32 areas in Kalyan-Dombivli, only essential services allowed Covid-19: Mumbaikars told not to drive 2 km from home for shopping, car could be seized Watch: 6-feet snake rescued from tree in Odisha government secretariat More from TOIHome remedies to soothe an upset stomachImmunity boosting fruit | Papaya health benefitsTrending short kurtis for womenPuzzle exercise mats: Convenient options for small spacesNavbharat 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 IndiaNarendra ModiIndia China border disputeCoronavirus India update liveIndia China newsLockdown in MumbaiSensexSharad Arvind BobdeMann ki Baat highlightsKarnataka Online ClassesJeyaraj-Fenix caseSiya Kakkar TikTokLockdown in BangaloreNewsCoronavirus newsHoroscope todayLatest newsStep 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 webSonu SoodPolice Summons Rhea BrotherRhea ChakrabortyShah Rukh KhanAlia-RanbirIleana D'CruzAkshay KumarSandip SsinghSalman to SushantTrending topicsKajolDisha PataniSushant Throwback VideoAbhishek BachchanFarhan AkhtarGovinda's SonRhea ChakrabortyMalaika-ArjunCoronavirus VaccineShanthanu on JeyarajMalavika MohananMahira SharmaAmazon App Quiz TodayZoomDr Disrespect BannedFacebook Dark ModeMumbai Lockdown NewsMaharashtra Corona CasesFollow 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
2020-06-29COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31; One new death in Dharavi - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31; One new death in DharaviJun 29, 2020, 21.06PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31; One new death in DharaviWith the spike of 19,459 COVID-19 cases, India's coronavirus count mounted to 5.48 lakh on Monday morning. A record single-day spike was reported in several states including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and West Bengal. Maharashtra reported its biggest single-day spike of 5,493 cases. The total number of cases in the state stands at 1.64 lakh. Mumbai city alone has recorded 75,539 COVID-19 cases and 4,371 deaths so far. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday addressed the state and made it clear that the restrictions will continue even after June 30 as the crisis is not yet over. Meanwhile, from today, essential service workers and those traveling to offices and for medical reasons can take autorickshaws and taxis. Mumbai police has said that vehicles of those caught outside a 2-km radius from their homes will be impounded.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-06-29 21:06(IST) No respite for Ulhasnagar, Ambernath residents; Badlapur reports 21 casesUlhasnagar reported 137 new coronavirus cases on Monday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,766. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 88 new COVID-19 cases on Monday taking the total number to 1,769. At present, 724 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Monday, 21 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 742 with 15 deaths. Read full report here2020-06-29 20:33(IST) COVID-19 June 29 HighlightsMaharashtra recorded 5,257 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking state’s COVID-19 tally to 1,69,883. Also, 181 people succumbed to the infection, 78 of them from the last 48 hours, taking the death toll due to pandemic in the state to 7,610, as per the latest information shared by the state health department.Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of June 29 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and other parts of the country2020-06-29 20:09(IST) Dharavi reports 17 COVID-19 positive cases on Monday; tally climbs to 2,262The slum-clusters of Dharavi alone reported 17 new cases today, taking the total number of infected to 2,262. According to the latest information shared by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), 12 persons tested positive for coronavirus in Dadar in the last 24 hours. The nearby Mahim area reported 24 new coronavirus cases. Read detailed report here2020-06-29 19:45(IST) Mumbaikars not wearing masks can be slapped with Rs 1000 penaltyWith the city recording a steady growth in coronavirus cases and deaths, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Monday said that those not wearing masks outside their homes will have to pay a fine of Rs 1000 . Those not wearing masks can be booked under Section 188 (for disobedience) of the Indian Penal Code. An order issued by Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal states that those stepping out of home must wear either a 3-ply mask or cloth mask made at home. The order also applies to those who are commuting to work in a personal or company vehicle.2020-06-29 19:19(IST) COVID19: Thane Mayor Marathon cancelledThe 'Thane Varsha Mahapour Marathon', an annual event, organised by the civic body, has been cancelled this time due to outbreak of COVID19 pandemic.This announcement was Monday made by city Mayor Naresh Mhaske in a recorded message.He said since the last 30 years the marathon is being held uninterrupted in the city of Thane during the monsoon season."But this year, we are forced to cancel it due to the present prevailing conditions due to the Corona pandemic. During the marathon social distancing and the crowd is imminent and hence it is being called off," Mhaske said.2020-06-29 19:18(IST) Salon owner gives 'golden cut' to first customer in 3 monthsTo show his elation after theMaharashtra government allowed reopening of salons and parlours, a 52-year-old Kolhapur-based salon owner used a pair of "gold scissors" to cut hair of his first customer in more than three months.Under the 'Mission Begin Again', the government, in further easing of coronavirus-induced curbs in the state, allowed reopening of barber shops, salons and beauty parlours from June 28 but by adhering to a slew of protocols to avoid infection and spread of the deadly virus.The decision came as a huge relief for owners and employees of these outlets whose business came to a halt after the lockdown was enforced in late March.2020-06-29 19:18(IST) 103-year-old discharged after recovering from COVID-19A 103-year-old man was on Mondaydischarged from a hospital here in Maharashtra after recovering from COVID-19 disease, the doctor who treated him said.According to Dr Sameet Sohoni, the 85-year-old brother of the 103-year-old is also on the path of recovery from the viral infection and will be discharged soon.He said the 103-year-old was born in 1917, just one year before the Spanish flu pandemic, which is said to be the most severe in recent history.The centenarian, a resident of Siddheshwar Talao locality, was admitted in the hospital for COVID-Pneumonia a month ago, Dr Sohoni said.2020-06-29 19:03(IST) Yediyurappa allays fears on rising Covid cases in BengaluruAssuring the 1.2 crore denizens of providing more beds and facilities for treatment, Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa on Monday allayed their fears on rising Covid cases in Bengaluru."Compared to metros like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata, the total number of Covid cases in Bengaluru is 3,314 till Sunday, with 2,692 active as 533 have been discharged, while 88 have died since March 10. There is no cause for panic," Yediyurappa told reporters here.Claiming that the situation was under control, the chief minister appealed to the people to strictly observe the guidelines like wearing mask, washing hands and maintaining social distancing at any cost to prevent being infected."It is the duty of all citizens in the city and the state to take care of themselves from the pandemic even as the state government is doing its best to ensure the affected people are treated and cured at the earliest," asserted Yediyurappa.2020-06-29 19:02(IST) Bihar reports 282 COVID-19 cases, tally at 9506A total of 282 more COVID-19 cases were reported in Bihar on Monday, taking the total number of positive cases in the state to 9,506."282 new COVID-19 positive cases in Bihar. Total count of cases stands at 9506," said the state health department.According to the Union Health Ministry, India has reported 5,48,318 COVID-19 cases including 16,475 deaths, 3,21,723 cured and 2,10,120 active cases as of Monday.2020-06-29 18:14(IST) Equities fall, Sensex ends below 35k as Covid cases riseThe Indian stock market declined on Monday, although the indices trimmed major losses by the end of the day's trade.At the end of the session, BSE Sensex was down 209 points and had to settle below the psychological mark of 35,000 points. Earlier in the day, it lost as much as 509 points to touch an intra-day low of 34,662.06.The fall was in line with the Asian markets, where investor sentiments weakened amid the resurgence in new Covid-19 cases.2020-06-29 18:13(IST) CSA gets sports-ministry's nod to resume trainingCricket South Africa's (CSA) return-to-train-and-play plans have been approved by the country's sports ministry on Monday, paving way for the Proteas teams to resume their training.CSA will have a meeting on Thursday to plot its course back to action. The board's focus will be on getting the national men's and women's teams back in action, though franchise and provincial players will continue to wait before they can begin pre-season camps, ESPNcricinfo reported.According to ESPNcricinfo report, a new date for the 3TC competition - a format in which three teams will play in the same game - is not expected imminently.2020-06-29 17:43(IST) Over 5,000 Covid patients undergoing treatment at home in TelanganaOver 5,000 Covid-19 patients in Telangana are undergoing treatment at their homes through telemedicine facility, Health Minister E. Rajender said on Monday.While a total of 7,109 people tested positive were in home isolation, 1,438 have recovered and 5,671 were under treatment. Only 26 had to be shifted from their homes to hospitals, he added.He said those tested positive but were asymptomatic or with mild symptoms were being treated in home isolation and they were recovering in 7-10 days.As on Sunday, Telangana had 9,000 active cases of Covid-19. Over 3,000 were undergoing treatment at various government and private hospitals.2020-06-29 16:58(IST) Covid-19 recovery improves to 58.67 per cent: Centre terms it 'encouraging'As India continued to be the fourth worst hit among 213 countries infected by COVID-19 with 2,10,120 active cases and 16,475 deaths, Union Health Ministry on Monday said the recovery of infected patients shows "encouraging results"."The recovery rate continues to steadily improve. It has reached 58.67 amongst COVID-19 patients today," said Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW).It further said that the difference between recovered and active cases has increased to 1,11,602.So far, as many as 3,21,722 patients have been cured of COVID-19, the Ministry said, adding there are 2,10,120 active cases in the country and all are under active medical supervision.2020-06-29 16:37(IST) Maharashtra lockdown: List of what's allowed and not allowedThe Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra government on Monday has extended the coronavirus lockdown till July 31 amid a spike in the COVID-19 numbers and deaths in the state. The government has issued fresh guidelines under "Mission Begin Again". Read the guidelines here2020-06-29 16:30(IST) Punjab CM asks Centre to return donations in PM-CARES Fund from Chinese firmsPunjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Monday asked the BJP-led Centre to return donations received from Chinese companies in the PM-CARES Fund, amid the India-China border tensions.Addressing a press conference here, Singh alleged that the PM-CARES Fund, set up to strengthen India's fight against coronavirus, received donations from some Chinese companies."I think we must take a tough stand on China," said the Congress leader."I don't think we can afford to take Chinese money when our boys are being killed," he said.Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in a violent clash with the Chinese army in Galwan Valley of Ladakh during the night of June 15-16.2020-06-29 16:30(IST) Functioning of Delhi HC, district courts restricted till July 15The Delhi High Court Monday decided to restrict its functioning as also of the district courts to urgent matters only till July 15, in view of the prevalent COVID-19 pandemic situation.The Administrative and General Supervision Committee of the High Court, headed by Chief Justice D N Patel, decided that the restriction would be in place till July 15 and the urgent matters would continue to be heard by video conferencing.“The Administrative and General Supervision Committee of this court while considering further extension of suspended functioning of this court and the courts subordinate to this court and taking note of the prevalent situation, in continuation of this court's office orders... has been pleased to order that the suspended functioning of the courts subordinate to Delhi High Court shall stand extended till July 15,” the administrative order said.2020-06-29 16:29(IST) Increase COVID-19 testing facilities in UP: CM to officersUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday directed officers to increase COVID-19 testing facilities in the state and operate available TrueNat machines at full capacity.Use of TrueNat machines should be promoted in private hospitals, he said addressing an unlock review meeting with senior officers and ministers."The testing capacity for COVID-19 should be increased. Available TrueNat and rapid antigen machines should be operated at full capacity for doing maximum tests in the state," an official release said quoting the chief minister.As part of its efforts to ramp up the testing capacity, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) had approved the use of TrueNat, a diagnostic machine for tuberculosis, for conducting coronavirus tests.2020-06-29 15:48(IST) Concerned District Collector and Commissioners of the Municipal Corporations in the state may enforce certain measures and necessary restrictions in specified local areas on the permitted non-essential activities and movement of persons to control COVID-19: Maharashtra Government2020-06-29 15:47(IST) Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31Maharashtra Government extends lockdown in the state till 31st July. https://t.co/reUYA00uXI— ANI (@ANI) 15934252430002020-06-29 15:37(IST) Two more Maharashtra police personnel succumb to the virus77 police personnel found positive for COVID-19 and two others died in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of active cases to 1,030 and death toll to 59 in the force, informed Maharashtra PoliceNextRecent 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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2020-06-29Maha: Man arrested for killing stepson - The Siasat Daily
Maha: Man arrested for killing stepsonMaha: Man arrested for killing stepson By Qayam Published: June 29, 2020, 10:37 am ISTThane: A 40-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his stepson in Maharashtra’s Thane district, police said on Monday.The 23-year-old victim’s mother is the second wife of the accused, Vijay Chavan, a labourer from Ulhasnagar township here, they said.The victim was the son of Chavan’s second wife from a previous relationship.Chavan suspected that his stepson was in an illicit relationship with his second wife and was upset over it, a police spokesperson said.Related NewsKerala: Man arrested for impersonating Naval officerDrug addict woman arrested over London church bomb plotMan kills then rapes corpse in PalgharHe allegedly hit his stepson with an iron angle on his head at their home in Ulhasnagar on June 25, the official said, adding that the victim received severe injuries and died on the spot. The victim’s brother later filed a police complaint.The accused was arrested late Sunday night and a case was registered against him under Indian Penal Code Section 302 (murder), the police said.Source: PTI CategoriesCrimeCrime and Accident Tagsarrested Subscribe us on Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News, Technology, Entertainment, Sports, Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS.ContributeTo contribute an article to Siasat Daily or enquire about syndication, please write to newsdesk@siasat.comTrending Stories Hyderabad: Owner of Sohail Hotel passes away Actor turned BJD MP begs for ‘like’ from Salman, receives flak Here's why PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty aren't banned in India Water of historic Telangana well believed to have medicinal value Emirates Airline resumes service to four Pak cities +91-40-24744180 +91-40-24603666FacebookTwitterLinkedInYouTubeInstagramTelegramWhatsappAbout UsEditorial StandardsContact UsAdvertise With UsSupportPrivacy PolicySitemapCopyright © Siasat Daily, 2020. All Rights Reserved Back to top button Close Search for: ePaperCOVID-19 TrackerWorldTelanganaAndhra PradeshHyderabadBangaloreBollywoodHollywoodTechnologyScienceSportsPhotosVideosIndiaPoliticsCrimeMiddle EastHealthBusinessIslamic HubJobsRecipesFacebookTwitterLinkedInYouTubeInstagramTelegramWhatsapploading... Settings Subscribe to NotificationsAppearanceLightDarkLANGUAGE English Hindi UrduOTHER LINKS Islamic Prayer & Calendar Weather Currency Complains / Queries Contact Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Close Search for
2020-06-29Maha: Sports complex to be converted into COVID care centre - Business Insider India
Maha: Sports complex to be converted into COVID care centreMaha: Sports complex to be converted into COVID care centrePTIJun 29, 2020, 14:29 ISTAurangabad, Jun 29 () Amid the rising number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra's Aurangabad city, the civic body has decided to convert the Divisional Sports Complex here into a COVID care centre, an official said on Monday. The Divisional Sports Complex, spread over 28 acres in Garkheda area of the city, is one of the biggest sports facilities in the state's Marathwada region. The Aurangabad Municipal Corporation has acquired the sports complex to convert into a COVID care centre and a quarantine facility, civic health officer Neeta Padalkar told . "We can arrange about 300 beds for COVID-19 patients at this centre. The complex will also act as a quarantine facility where nearly 700 coronavirus suspects can be accommodated," she said. AdvertisementThe total number COVID-19 cases in Aurangabad district reached 5,239 after 202 more people tested positive for the disease on Monday morning, another official said. The new patients include 123 males and 79 females. Out of 202 new cases, 114 are from Aurangabad city and 88 from rural areas of the district, the official said. AdvertisementTill now, 247 patients have died of COVID-19 in the district. Besides, 2,556 patients have been discharged after recovery while 2,436 patients are currently undergoing treatment, the official added. AW GK GK {{}} (This story has not been edited by Business Insider and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed we subscribe to.)Next StoryCOVID-19 patients to shift from rundown Ulhasnagar hospitalPopular on BI1Florida reported nearly 9,000 new coronavirus infections on Friday — the highest single-day total of any state since mid-April2Here are the top 10 Indian apps in 20203Four types of Chinese apps making big money in India — experts believe at least three should be done away withLatest Stories Six deaths, 975 new COVID-19 cases in T'gana It is digital 'Aatma Nirbhar' moment: Indian app makers TikTok rival Chingari founder says the app got 100,000 downloads per hour after India's ban on Chinese apps Will remember him as a fighter: Wife of LNJP doctor who died of COVID-19 Pune adds record 833 new cases of coronavirus; 12 more die Trending NewsPetrol Diesel PriceChinese AppsTelangana lockdown guidelinesTelangana Home Minister positiveSurat copPetrol Diesel PriceCovid-19 PatientAcharya BalakrishnaCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMaharashtra lockdown guidelinesDeath Cases in MaharashtraChinese App AlternativesSpicejetTamilnadu lockdown GuidelinesCOVID-19 patients to shift from rundown Ulhasnagar hospitalEx-gratia of Rs one crore to family of LNJP doctor who died fighting COVID: CMThe price of petrol and diesel in some of the big cities in IndiaCOVID-19IndiaCases: 548kDeaths: 16.4kRecovered: 321kCOVID-19WorldCases: 9.84MDeaths: 495kRecovered: 5.12MCOVID-19USACases: 2.45MDeaths: 124kRecovered: 685kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageMaha: Sports complex to be converted into COVID care centreCOVID-19 patients to shift from rundown Ulhasnagar hospitalEx-gratia of Rs one crore to family of LNJP doctor who died fighting COVID: CMThe price of petrol and diesel in some of the big cities in IndiaAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapPopular CategoriesTech NewsPolicy NewsPersonal Finance NewsMobile NewsBusiness NewsEcommerce NewsAuto NewsStartups NewsStock Market NewsFinance NewsEntertainment NewsEconomy NewsCareers NewsApps NewsInternational NewsPolitics NewsEducation NewsAdvertising NewsLife NewsHealth NewsScience NewsIndia NewsRetail NewsSports NewsPersonalities NewsCorporates NewsEnvironment NewsWorld NewsTrending Right NowCentral bank of IndiaCheck jio BalanceBSNL Mobile balanceChinese Mobile CompanyIndian Mobile CompanyTelangana Coronavirus casesCoronavirus cases in worldGoogle PhotosOBC BankPM KisanIndian Youtuber StarsChinese AppsCheck Balance in SBIHow to check Vodafone BalanceUttarakhand Coronavirus caseslargest economies in the worldCoronavirus cases in DelhiContainment zones in KolkataMumbai Containment ZonesPune Containment ZonesMore from our PartnersCOURSERAMaster Business Fundamentals from WhartonLeadership and Business Skill for Immediate I... Take Big Data from University of California S... Take Machine Learning from University of Wash... Read MoreThe Weather Channel36-ft Long Whale Carcass Washes Ashore in Wes... COVID-19: Recovery Rate of Infected Patients ... Delhi Witnessed Deterioration in Air Quality ... Seven North Bengal Districts Likely to Receiv... Read MoreWattpadA Heart Can HopeA Sliver of HopeSomething To Live ForLast Drop of WaterRead More
2020-06-29State should ‘chase the virus’ in other districts too: Central team - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Monday, June 29, 2020, 6:00 AM IST Maharashtra govt should ‘chase the virus’ in other districts too: Central teamBy Sanjay JogBL SoniA central team, headed by the Union Health Ministry Joint Secretary Lav Agarwal, has raised alarm over the rising COVID-19 cases in Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan, Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Pune, Jalgaon, Solapur, Akola and Aurangabad. The team, which visited few districts in the last two days, held a meeting with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and suggested that the state government needs to emulate Chase the Virus and Mission Zero initiatives carried out successfully in Mumbai to curb the spread of the virus.A senior bureaucrat, who was present at the meeting with the central team, told the Free Press Journal, “Thane, Palghar, Pune, Jalgaon and Solapur are coronavirus hotspots, but now have emerged as epicentres. The central team wants the state government to direct the district and civil administration to step up their containment strategy by focusing on tracing, tracking, testing and treatment.’’ He informed that the team hailed BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) early detection and reaching out to the patients strategy and suggested that it will have to be quickly followed in these districts.The team is worried over the R factor in these districts. R refers to the effective reproduction number. It is a way of measuring an infectious disease’s capacity to spread. The R number signifies the average number of people that one infected person will pass the virus to. “In Palghar district, R is quite high at 1.41. In the Thane, Jalgaon, Solapur, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad and Akola districts, it ranges between 1.20 and 1.31, which is still on a higher side,’’ the officer said.Mumbai University Professor Dr Neeraj Hatekar, who has been tracking the COVID-19 pandemic since March, said the worst is over in Mumbai, but the situation in Jalgaon and Solapur is alarming. “The state government needs to provide greater infrastructure at the local level. Besides, more focused decisions at the district level are needed to effectively deal with the situation,” he noted.Further, the central team was concerned about the mortality rate, which is as high as 7.69 per cent in Jalgaon, 5.92 per cent in Nashik, 5.25 per cent in Akola and 5.17 per cent in Aurangabad.Leading endocrinologist, diabetologist and medical researcher Dr Shashank Joshi argued that early detection and prompt treatment is the key to save lives amidst the pandemic. “Chasing the Virus policy was the key to success in Mumbai and, if applied to the other hotspots, it will clearly dent mortality in areas like Jalgaon, Solapur and Aurangabad,” he viewed.Maharashtra governmentCentral teamMaha Vikas Aghadi governmentCOVID-19 pandemicCOVID-19 mortality ratereproduction numberChase the VirusMission ZeroRecent StoriesThree terrorists killed in encounter with security forces in Kashmir's Anantnag Coronavirus in Delhi: Containment zones rise from 261 to 417; COVID-19 cases cross 83,000-markDelhi hotels boycott Chinese people: When liberal hero Nehru sent thousands of Chinese-Indians to internment campsAmid Indo-China tensions, Bihar Govt cancels tenders of bridge contractors with Chinese partnersEfforts are being made to oust me: Nepal PM Oli blames India of conspiring to topple his govt 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
2020-06-29Another day of 5,000+ cases in state - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Monday, June 29, 2020, 5:55 AM IST Maharashtra reports 5,493 new COVID-19 cases, state tally reaches 1,64,626By Dipti Singh The state recorded a total 156 deaths, of which 60 occurred in the last 48 hours, while the remaining 96 were those which occurred earlier. A total of 86,575 patients have recovered and been discharged across the stateMumbai: For the third consecutive day, Maharashtra recorded the highest single-day Covid-19 count of new cases, with the number going up to 5,493 on Sunday. The state toll is now 1,64,626, including 7,429 fatalities, according to the state health department.The state recorded a total 156 deaths, of which 60 occurred in the last 48 hours, while the remaining 96 were those which occurred earlier. A total of 86,575 patients have recovered and been discharged across the state.Maharashtra has been setting a new record for daily cases since Thursday, when 4,841 new Covid-19 cases were recorded. On Friday and Saturday, there were 5,024 and 5,318 cases respectively, overtaking Thursday's tally and on Sunday, this number surged further, at 5,493.Meanwhile, Mumbai has been steadily registering a marginal decline over the last two days. 1,300 new cases were reported in the city on Sunday, taking the cumulative toll to 75,047, including 4,371 deaths. There were 23 fatalities were recorded in the city on Sunday, according to the report of the BMC health department. On Saturday, Mumbai had posted 1,402 new cases.K East ward (Andheri east, Jogeshwari, Vile Parle), became the first ward in the city to cross the 5,000-mark. The ward, which topped the list of the worst-affected wards since last week, had recorded a cumulative 5,082 cases till Sunday. The ward currently has 2,454 active Covid-19 cases, the highest across the city and 2,311 people have been cured and discharged so far. "We have over 1,000 patients who are involved in essential services, especially from the MIDC, SEEPZ, airports, hotels near airports, Marol Police Camp, CISF camps, SevenHills Hospital, Jogeshwari Trauma Care hospital. The slum population in the ward is almost 70 per cent. We have implemented Mission Zero and put in place stringent containment measures," said Prashant Sapkale, Assistant Municipal Commissioner of K (East) ward. (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)maharashtraCoronaviruscorona cases in MaharashtraRecent StoriesThree terrorists killed in encounter with security forces in Kashmir's Anantnag Coronavirus in Delhi: Containment zones rise from 261 to 417; COVID-19 cases cross 83,000-markDelhi hotels boycott Chinese people: When liberal hero Nehru sent thousands of Chinese-Indians to internment campsAmid Indo-China tensions, Bihar Govt cancels tenders of bridge contractors with Chinese partnersEfforts are being made to oust me: Nepal PM Oli blames India of conspiring to topple his govt 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
2020-06-28Increase in Covid-19 cases not a concern, timely treatment necessary: Centre - Deccan Herald
Increase in Covid-19 cases not a concern, timely treatment necessary: Centre XShare viaShare permalinkMrityunjay Bose, DHNS, Mumbai, Jun 28 2020, 20:23 istupdated: Jun 28 2020, 20:23 istThe increase in the number of coronavirus cases is not a cause for concern as timely treatment of patients would save the lives of the people and reduce the overall mortality rate,  according to a visiting Central team.This is the advice given by the Central team led by Lav Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, during their visit to Thane district neighbouring Mumbai on Saturday.For latest updates on Coronavirus pandemic, click hereAlthough the number of corona cases is rising at present, the Joint Secretary suggested that the emphasis should be on reducing the mortality rate and managing the situation without getting alarmed.  Similarly, the capacity of tests for COVID should be increased so that the affected people can be treated in time. Agarwal also said that state officials should coordinate with the testing laboratories and help them.The team has also directed all the municipal commissioners to increase the number of tests so that the patients can be treated well in time. The team has also suggested strict enforcement of restricted areas, daily review of patients admitted to the hospital and those in critical condition and getting guidance from expert doctors while treating them.Coronavirus India update: State-wise total number of confirmed cases, deaths on June 28The principal secretary of the State Health Department, Dr. Pradip Vyas spoke on the need to increase number of quarantine facilities, conduct large-scale contact tracing, maintain cleanliness of public toilets and increase number of tests.Earlier in the day, the team, along with Principal Secretary, inspected the containment zones in Thane Municipal Corporation area, interacted with residents and gathered feedback on the implementation of containment measures. Coronavirus Worldometer | 15 countries with the highest number of cases, deaths due to the COVID-19 pandemicKunal Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Civil Affairs & Director, Smart City Mission and Dr. Vipin Sharma, Municipal Commissioner; E.Ravindran, Central Director (Health) were also present.Initially, the Central team visited the people in containment zones at Amritnagar, Inshangar in Mumbra and interacted with the citizens there. After that, they visited the hospital set up at Dr. Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad Stadium and interacted with doctors.  The team then inspected the 1,000-bed Thane Covid Hospital at Balkum Saket, Thane. The Joint Secretary expressed his satisfaction about the arrangements made.After the inspection tour, the Central Team had a meeting with officials from all divisions in Thane, at the Thane Municipal Corporation office.Thane Police Commissioner Dr.  Mekhla; Navi Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Annasaheb Misal; Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Commissioner Vijay Suryavanshi; Mira Bhayander Municipal Commissioner Dr. Rathod, Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner   Dayanidhi Adi were present at the review meeting.Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeMaharashtraCoronavirusCOVID-19Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Related stories No storm can continue forever: VP Naidu on Covid-19... 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2020-06-28Rise in coronavirus cases not a concern, focus remains on timely treatment: Centre - Deccan Herald
Rise in coronavirus cases not a concern, focus remains on timely treatment: Centre XShare viaShare permalinkMrityunjay Bose , DHNS, Jun 28 2020, 11:52 istupdated: Jun 28 2020, 11:52 istThe increase in the number of coronavirus cases is not a cause for concern as the timely treatment of patients would save lives and reduce the overall mortality rate,  according to a visiting Central team.This was the advice given by the Central team led by Lav Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, during their visit to Thane district neighbouring Mumbai on Saturday.Although the number of coronavirus cases is rising at present, the Joint Secretary suggested that the emphasis should be on reducing the mortality rate and managing the situation without getting alarmed.  The capacity of Covid-19 tests should also be increased so that affected people can be treated in time.Agarwal also said that state officials should coordinate with the testing laboratories and help them.The team has directed all municipal commissioners to increase the number of tests so that patients can be identified and treated well in time. The team also suggested strict enforcement of restricted areas, daily review of patients admitted to the hospital and those in critical condition and getting guidance from expert doctors while treating them.The principal secretary of the State Health Department, Dr. Pradip Vyas spoke on the need to increase the number of quarantine facilities, conduct large-scale contact tracing, maintain cleanliness of public toilets and increase the number of tests.Earlier in the day, the team, along with Principal Secretary, inspected the containment zones in Thane Municipal Corporation area, interacted with residents and gathered feedback on the implementation of containment measures.Kunal Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Civil Affairs & Director, Smart City Mission and Dr. Vipin Sharma, Municipal Commissioner; E.Ravindran, Central Director (Health) were also present.Initially, the Central team visited the people in containment zones at Amritnagar, Inshangar in Mumbra and interacted with the citizens there. 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2020-06-28MNS demands complete lockdown in Ulhasnagar as Covid-19 cases reach 1,629 - Times of India
MNS demands complete lockdown in Ulhasnagar as Covid-19 cases reach 1,629MNS demands complete lockdown in Ulhasnagar as Covid-19 cases reach 1,629Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 28, 2020, 22:05 ISTImage used for representational purpose onlyULHASNAGAR: Looking at the rising number of Covid-19 patients in Ulhasnagar and non-availability of beds for them, the Maharashtra Navanirman Sena ()MNS party has demanded complete lockdown in the city for next 10 days. The city on Sunday reported 101 new patients in the last 24 hours taking total numbers of patients to 1,629, including 42 deaths so far. In a letter written by MNS city president Bandu Deshmukh to commissioner of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation as well as state health minister Rajesh Tope, in which he said that since cases are rising daily and patients are complaining of not getting beds in the hospitals, urgent lockdown is required in the city. Deshmukh said, "It would be difficult for the administration to handle patients considering the limited medical facilities. By implementing lockdown the civic body can set up more temporary hospitals and civic body can track all high-risk contacts of Covid-19 patients and can help break the virus chain". Other citizens from city too are demanding lockdown in the city. A trader Rishi Kamria said, "The way patients are dying in absence of beds in hospitals, there is need for urgent lockdown in the city so that health facilities can be improved". 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2020-06-28Prices of China-made goods rise amid standoff as supplies held up at various ports across the country - Mumbai Mirror
Prices of China-made goods rise amid standoff as supplies held up at various ports across the countryYou are in an offline modePrices of China-made goods rise amid standoff as supplies held up at various ports across the countryByKamal Mishra,Labonita GhoshKamal Mishra and Labonita Ghosh / Updated: Jun 28, 2020, 08:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeThe common man is having to pay the price and a steep one tooTraders say supplies are held up at various ports across the country. A sudden shortage of Chinese goods in the city is making vendors hike the prices –marked up by anywhere between 20 and 50 per cent – of even the cheapest products, like phone SIM and memory cards, chargers and screen guards. The reason, traders claim, is that for the last 15 or 20 days, ships bringing containers of goods from China, have been held up at various ports across the country. “Sometimes they are detained on very flimsy grounds, like incorrect invoicing,” said Viren Shah, president of the Federation of Retail Traders Welfare Association. “Clearly, the government is trying to send out a message about China in this volatile political climate.” The common man is having to pay the price — and a steep one too. On Friday, when Mirror visited shops in the Ulhasnagar and Kalyan (West) areas, the prices of mobile phone covers and chargers, screen guards, memory cards, pen drives, earphones and a host of other unbranded items that were made in China, appeared to cost more than usual. For instance, phone covers that previously cost Rs 40 to Rs 50, were priced at Rs 60 to Rs 80; 16 GB memory cards, which were earlier available at Rs 150 to Rs 175 , were tagged at Rs 200 to Rs 225; bluetooth speakers have gone from Rs 210 to Rs 245; mobile chargers from Rs 150 to 220; and even earphones are dearer by a few rupees. Vendor Shakib Hasan, 27, who has been selling these items for the last five years in Kalyan West said, “There is shortage in supply of these items since the lockdown began. Meanwhile, rumours of a ban on Chinese items has created an uncertainty about their availability in future, making some retailers cash in on the situation.” Prashant Chaurasiya, 28, who used to sell these items near the CSMT station subway said that people fear they may not be able to find these items at such cheap rates in the coming days, so they are paying the increased amount without contest. Aslam Malkani, a dealer of mobile accessories, added that the shortage of mobile accessories have become more acute amid rumours about a ban on Chinese goods. “But the price hike appears to be somewhat random: Retailers in Thane, for instance, said they are still selling these products at the old prices. “Some shopkeepers may be selling things at a higher cost, but I have found that customers are refusing to buy Chinese goods,” says Viren Shah. “People are asking for India-made products instead. Unfortunately, no goods are being made in India. About 60 to 70 per cent of things, from raw materials to finished products, are being imported from China, thanks to which we no longer have the capability to manufacture or supply local goods – especially not at the much-reduced prices of Chinese products. It is easy to be patriotic, but when you have no alternative, business will be affected if you ban Chinese goods. As traders’ lobbies, we are not in favour of a boycott when you have no alternative.” Mohammed Yousuf, a trader who has a shop in Yara Market in the Fort area, agrees. “The anti-China sentiment is nothing but hypocrisy,” Yousuf said. “The government wants us to stop using Chinese products, but what option do we have? Besides, there are lots of people whose livelihoods depend on these Chinese products. Does the government want to make them jobless?” Shah reiterates that before boycotting Chinese goods, the government should have put certain safeguards in place. One of them is finding new places to import from. “The government should reduce duties on goods coming from Singapore, Taiwan, Korea, Bangladesh and Vietnam, so that we can have access to more products from there,” he said. “At the same time, we can increase duties on Chinese goods so that there can be no dumping in India. 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2020-06-28Officials told to focus on reducing death rate - Mumbai Mirror
WELCOME,My TimesLOGOUTSIGN INSun ,Jun 28, 2020Bangalore Mirror|Ahmedabad Mirror|Pune MirrorHomeCoronavirusMumbaiMumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicAssembly ElectionsOther26/11Operation KhataaraEntertainmentMovie ReviewBollywoodHollywoodTVMusicArt & TheatreBooksVideosPhotosEntertainmentNewsSportsSportsCricketTennisBadmintonOthersFootballOlympicsHockeyIPL 2020ICC WCNewsIndiaWorldBusinessFact CheckOpinionCity ColumnsBlogsPilgrim NationColumnistsThe InformerAsk the SexpertAll VideosPhotosFAQsPrecautionsMyth-BustersMumbaiMumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicOtherEntertainmentMovie ReviewBollywoodHollywoodTVMusicArt & TheatreBooksPhotosEntertainmentNewsSportsSportTennisCricketBadmintonOthersFootballOlympicsHockeyIPL 2020NewsIndiaWorldBusinessFact CheckOpinionCity ColumnsBlogsPilgrim NationColumnistsThe InformerAsk the SexpertOthersThings To DoSunday ReadHealth & LifestyleSci TechLeisureLoksabha ElectionsPhotosVideosVideosTop VideosMumbaiBollywoodViral VideosNewsHoroscopeHome/Coronavirus Outbreak/Thane: Centre says positive cases may continue to rise, officials told to focus on reducing death rateYou are in an offline modeThane: Centre says positive cases may continue to rise, officials told to focus on reducing death rateByDavid DelimaDavid Delima / Updated: Jun 28, 2020, 09:16 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto by Raju ShindeAs the number of coronavirus cases in Thane continued to increase, a central team visited the district on Saturday to take stock of the situation and suggest measures to control the pandemic. The district has recorded 28,944 active positive cases and 947 deaths so far. The team told local officials that while numbers may continue to rise as testing increases, they should focus on reducing the death rate. The three-member team, comprising Lav Agarwal, joint secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Dr Kunal Kumar, joint secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, and E Ravindran, Central Director (Health), first visited Amrit Nagar in Mumbra, one of Thane’s hotspots. The team also visited the Dr Maulana Abul Kalam Stadium to inspect the progress in constructing the city’s second 1,000-bed hospital. The TMC announced a third 1,000-bed hospital at a facility owned by Voltas on Friday, but it faces a seemingly insurmountable task of hiring enough doctors to operate these hospitals. While Mumbai Mirror recently reported that the civic body had agreed to pay doctors higher salaries and allowed the IMA to regulate shifts, it has still not finished recruiting doctors for the first 1,000-bed hospital inaugurated by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray earlier this month. “The central team led by Agarwal recommended strict enforcement of containment zone rules, daily review of patient cases -especially those in critical condition, by specialised doctors,” said TMC Deputy Commissioner Sandeep Malvi. The team also visited the first field hospital at Balkum where the TMC authorities briefed them on the facility’s capacity and functioning. The team was unable to inspect a 1,000-bed isolation facility that has been functioning out of New Horizon School, and two other hotspots - Kisan Nagar and Wagle Estate – due to a lack of time. The three-member team included Lav Agarwal, joint secretary, Ministry of Health (right), and Dr Kunal Kumar, joint secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (left) “The TMC officials also informed the team that Thane sees an influx of people on a daily basis and that this number had increased due to the relaxation in lockdown norms,” an official said. Mirror had previously reported that more than 30,000 people had returned to the city via trains, according to a senior RTO official. A meeting was held at 12 pm, with the municipal commissioners of Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar and Navi Mumbai, to discuss the rising number of cases and deaths in these areas. The meeting was also attended by state Health Secretary Dr Pradeep Vyas, city Joint Commissioner Dr Suresh Mekhala, SP Rural Dr Shivaji Rathod, Thane District Collector Rajesh Narvekar, and a team of doctors. Thane and Kalyan-Dombivali recorded 371 and 436 cases on Saturday, the highest number of new cases in a single day. “During the discussion, the central team stated that the numbers might continue to rise as testing was increased, but the commissioners were advised to focus on reducing the death rate in the areas under them,” said Sandeep Malvi. As slum areas have seen the highest growth of cases in Thane, the team asked the civic body to involve community leaders to help slum dwellers get over their fear of isolation centres and understand the importance of social distancing. “The civic body has also deployed a new chemical called Zoono to clean slum toilets, which has a much longer lasting effect of one month,” a senior official from the state government told Mirror. In contrast, sodium hypochlorite loses its efficacy in under a week, the official stated, adding that common toilets in slum areas have been the biggest cause of Covid-19 spread there. 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2020-06-28COVID-19 patients to shift from rundown Ulhasnagar hospital - THE WEEK
COVID-19 patients to shift from rundown Ulhasnagar hospital PTI June 29, 2020 14:24 IST     Thane, Jun 29 (PTI) Newly-appointed Ulhasnagarmunicipal commissioner Mantada Raja Dayanidhi on Mondayordered the shifting of COVID-19 patients from the ESISHospital as the building is in a dilapidated condition andcould turn dangerous in the rains.    Dayanidhi had taken a round of the hospital recentlyand gave orders for shifting of COVID-19 patients to VedantHospital and the process will begin soon, ESIS HospitalSuperintendent Dr Vilas Dongre told PTI.    "The ESIS hospital building was constructed in 1975.It has a capacity of 100 beds and presently 51 COVID-19patients are admitted here," Dongre informed. PTI CORBNM BNM (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Probe into Aligarh mortuary finds no truth in Priyanka Gandhi's claims Here's why Ganguly, Tendulkar didn't play 2007 T20 World Cup Celebs question 'insane rise' in electricity bills in Mumbai during lockdown Vietnam’s GDP grew 0.36% in 'pandemic' quarter; what India can learn from it New study throws light on recursive thinking Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-06-28Coronavirus Latest updates on COVID-19 crisis around the world - THE WEEK
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2020-06-28Thane crosses 30,000 corona cases - United News of India
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2020-06-28Covid-19: Traders in Ulhasnagar call for seven days of self-lockdown starting July 1 - Times of India
Covid-19: Traders in Ulhasnagar call for seven days of self-lockdown starting July 1Covid-19: Traders in Ulhasnagar call for seven days of self-lockdown starting July 1Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 28, 2020, 23:21 ISTImage used for representational purpose onlyULHASNAGAR: Concerned with the rise in Covid-19 cases in the city, Ulhasnagar Traders Association with its 15,000 members as well as Forum of Manufacturers Association has decided to impose self-lockdown for seven days from July 1-7. The decision was taken by the traders association in an online meeting called by Omie Kalani, president of Team Omie Kalani - the ruling party in Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, which was attended by UTA (Ulhasnagar Traders Association) and Forum of Manufacture Association. Talking to TOI, Omie Kalani said, "As cases of Covid-19 are increasing daily and patients are not getting beds in to hospitals, we altogether have decided to impose self-lockdown for seven days in the city so that the civic body can get some time to improve the health facilities". Deepak Chatlani, secretary of Ulhasnagar Trade Association said, "The Covid-19 cases have also spread among traders in the city and looking at lack of health facilities we have taken the decision of self-lockdown and during this time we have decided to only open essential shops and are asking most of them to do home delivery." Sumit Chakraborty, President of UTA said, "We would like to request all people in the city to buy essential items in remaining three days so that during the next seven days lockdown can be implemented properly and we will also meet UMC commissioner asking if they can also officially announce the lockdown looking at Covid situations in the city". 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2020-06-27417 Thane cops tested COVID-19 positive so far; 3 of them dead - Republic World - Republic World
417 Thane cops tested COVID-19 positive so far; 3 of them dead Last Updated: 27th June, 2020 11:41 IST 417 Thane Cops Tested COVID-19 Positive So Far; 3 Of Them Dead As many as 417 personnel of the Thane police commissionerate have tested coronavirus positive so far, an official said on Saturday. Written By Press Trust Of India As many as 417 personnel of the Thane police commissionerate have tested coronavirus positive so far, an official said on Saturday. Three of them, all constables, have died due to the infection till now, Thane police spokesperson Sukhada Narkar said. "A total of 313 police personnel have been discharged after recovery, while 101 others are undergoing treatment at different hospitals. The patients include officials," she said. Apart from Thane city, the Thane police commissionerate covers areas under Bhiwandi, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ambarnath, Ulhasnagar and Badlapur. Meanwhile, Thane Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar has urged the personnel to remain "extra cautious" while performing their duties in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. He was speaking at a health camp organised on Friday for the police staff in Thane.  First Published: 27th June, 2020 11:41 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 1 hour ago Maharashtra govt allows nine palanquins to Pandharpur pilgrimage, ups safety measures 2 hours ago Puri to be under 2-day curfew before return of Lord Jagannath's Rath to prevent COVID-19 2 hours ago Ladakh stand-off: Zomato employees burn company T-shirts in protest 49 mins ago Arunachal Pradesh suspends entry of returnees from July 1-3 amid COVID pandemic 57 mins ago Uttarakhand: All activities to resume in Dehradun from June 29 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 Shiv Sena makes light of Sushant Singh Rajput's death; claims own attempt to cast actor Coronavirus Live Updates: Mumbai and Delhi start COVID serosurvey; tally at 5,08,953 Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the nation through 'Mann Ki Baat' at 11 am today Pakistan in meltdown over India's UNSC popularity; 'even brother nations voted for them' FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-06-27Transfers amid COVID-19 demoralised bureaucracy: BJP leader - Devdiscourse
Transfers amid COVID-19 demoralised bureaucracy: BJP leader New civic chiefs were appointed for Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar and Mira-Bhayandar municipal corporations in the district last week. During a visit to Navi Mumbai on Friday, the leader of opposition in legislative council said transfers were not necessary as officials need to be given some time to settle in and control the precarious situation. Like the frequent and sudden transfers of officials, will the government also replace guardian ministers in districts where coronavirus was spreading rapidly? PTI | Thane | Updated: 27-06-2020 11:27 IST | Created: 27-06-2020 11:20 IST Representative image Image Credit: ANI BJP leader Pravin Darekar has alleged that the frequent and sudden transfers of municipal commissioners and collectors during the COVID-19 pandemic were demoralizing Maharashtra's bureaucracy. New civic chiefs were appointed for Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, and Mira-Bhayandar municipal corporations in the district last week. During a visit to Navi Mumbai on Friday, the leader of opposition in the legislative council said transfers were not necessary as officials need to be given some time to settle in and control the precarious situation. Like the frequent and sudden transfers of officials, will the government also replace guardian ministers in districts where coronavirus was spreading rapidly? he asked and claimed that the state government's move had demoralized the bureaucracy. Darekar held meetings with civic officials and took stock of the situation in Navi Mumbai. 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2020-06-27Lawyer dies by suicide in Ulhasnagar - Mumbai Mirror
Lawyer dies by suicide in UlhasnagarYou are in an offline modeLawyer dies by suicide in UlhasnagarByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Jun 27, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeIMAGE USED FOR REPRESENTATIONAL PURPOSE ONLYThe 35-year-old was in financial distress, say police. A 35-year-old lawyer died by suicide at his home in Ulhasnagar due to financial distress. According to the Ulhasnagar police, they found the body of Umesh Khandagale, a resident of Vitthal Apartment, near Shani Temple in Ulhasnagar. The police said they were informed about the incident by the deceased’s brother, Sunil Khandagale. “We found him hanging in the balcony, which was covered by a bedsheet from outside,” said Kishore Kuwar, police sub inspector from Ulhasnagar police station. “He used to practise in Ulhasnagar court. We are recording statements of his family members to understand why he hanged himself. Preliminary inquiries show that he was without work ever since the lockdown,” said Kuwar. Khandagale is survived by wife Sakshi, 23, and a three-year-old daughter Chu. RELATED NEWSLawyer dies by suicide in UlhasnagarJun 27, 2020Asiatic Society of Mumbai faces fund crisis, 32 staff members didn't ...Jun 23, 20206 of family found hanging in A’badJun 20, 2020 The time for progress is now. The Audi A6 powered by TFSI.AudiNew Vostro 14 5000 series. Get 10% Cashback & moreDell IndiaVizitor helping businesses re-open at zero cost | Signup NowVizitorNikhar Aventino: Where Life Finds a New PerspectiveNikhar AventinoThey thought it was the coronavirus but it was worse!Impact GuruRERA Registered 2BHK Homes Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.HOUSE OF HIRANANDANI Monsoon Magic Offer: SAVE FLAT 50% OFF on face essentialsmoha:Live at Ease Thrive in Peace, 2&3BHK Homes Starting @1.05cr*House of HiranandaniEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj AllianzAOB India - We Help You Sell!AOB IndiaWhat We Learn in Times of Crisis is Bound to Help in ComfortThrive GlobalBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily News
2020-06-27417 Thane cops tested COVID-19 positive so far; three of them dead - The New Indian Express
417 Thane cops tested COVID-19 positive so far; three of them dead As many as 417 personnel of the Thane police commissionerate have tested coronavirus positive so far, an official said on Saturday. Share Via Email Published: 27th June 2020 12:29 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th June 2020 12:29 PM   |  A+A A- For representational purposes (Photo | PTI) By PTI THANE: As many as 417 personnel of the Thane police commissionerate have tested coronavirus positive so far, an official said on Saturday. Three of them, all constables, have died due to the infection till now, Thane police spokesperson Sukhada Narkar said. "A total of 313 police personnel have been discharged after recovery, while 101 others are undergoing treatment at different hospitals. The patients include officials," she said. Apart from Thane city, the Thane police commissionerate covers areas under Bhiwandi, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ambarnath, Ulhasnagar and Badlapur. Meanwhile, Thane Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar has urged the personnel to remain "extra cautious" while performing their duties in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. He was speaking at a health camp organised on Friday for the police staff in Thane. Stay up to date on all the latest Nation news with The New Indian Express App. Download now TAGS Thane Police COVID 19 Coronavirus COVID 19 Pandemic Coronavirus Outbreak Coronavirus Pandemic Coronavirus Updates  Coronavirus Latest Updates  O P E N ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT India Matters Army prepares for long haul as China yet to back down Teachers on pandemic duty akin to corona warriors: Delhi HC Smokers more vulnerable to COVID-19, say experts Indian economy in deep trouble: S&P Ratings 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 ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Latest FIR against Ramdev, Acharya Balkrishna over Patanjali's COVID drug claim Man succumbs to self-inflicted injuries, day after murdering wife, daughter in Pakistan's Swat Job loss, financial distress, social stigma haunt COVID-19 patients in Assam United Nations to mark 75th anniversary with scaled-down event due to COVID-19 pandemic Charles Webb, author of 'The Graduate,' dies in England at 81 Locust attack: Delhi government puts all districts on high alert, issues advisory ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Videos This Kerala based Yoga trainer goes digital to teach amid COVID-19 pandamic Karnataka: Out patient department services resume after unlock 1.0 | Unlock Series ADVERTISEMENT Gallery When Liverpool won English league last, Maruti 800 was India's most selling car! 10 captivating facts to know as Merseyside celebrates YNWA: 8 images from Anfield that show what it means to Liverpool fans to finally win the Premier League! 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
2020-06-27Navi Mumbais containment zones to go under lockdown for a week amid rising COVID cases - Republic World - Republic World
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The local authorities said that it will be enforced from June 29 and will continue till July 5. There are total of 5853 COVID-19 cases in Navi Mumbai, of which 2365 are active cases, 3294 have recovered. 194 deaths have been reported.  The statement said: "Lockdown will be enforced from 29th June 2020, in the areas which are having a high density of Corona cases in Navi Mumbai. Orders have been issued by NMMC Commissioner Annasaheb Misal, ten large areas with hotspots of corona in areas where a high number of corona infections have been found in the last fifteen days declared as a containment zone for the period from June 29 to July 5, 2020." #NaviMumbai #LockdownNaviMumbai Lockdown declared in Containment zones of Navi Mumbaihttps://t.co/hjdvL9FSnF pic.twitter.com/zSytlBnjSC — Navi Mumbai City (@NaviMumbaiCity) June 27, 2020 READ | MCA writes to CM Uddhav Thackeray, seeks guidelines to resume training amid COVID Maharashtra COVID-19 tally On Friday, June 26, Maharashtra witnessed its highest single-day spike of COVID-19 cases with 5024 patients testing positive for the novel coronavirus. This has propelled the state's COVID-19 tally to 1,52,765 out of which 65,829 are active cases. The number of recovered in the state rose to 79,815 after 2363 COVID-19 patients were discharged in the day. A total of 175 deaths have been reported on Friday comprising 91 deaths that have occurred in the last 48 hours and 84 from the previous period. Overall, this includes 117 deaths from Mumbai, 15 each from Pune and Aurangabad, 11 from Nashik, 2 each from Thane, Nanded, Akola and Latur and one each from Gondia, Nagpur, Nandurbar, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, and Kolhapur.  READ | Coronavirus Live Updates 8,71,875 samples have been tested for COVID-19 in laboratories across the state so far. At present, Maharashtra's COVID positivity rate, recovery rate, and the fatality rate is 17.52%, 52.25%, and 4.65% respectively. 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2020-06-27Coronavirus: Latest updates on COVID-19 crisis around the world - Business Insider India
Coronavirus: Latest updates on COVID-19 crisis around the worldCoronavirus: Latest updates on COVID-19 crisis around the worldPTIJun 27, 2020, 12:37 ISTNew Delhi, Jun 27 () Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus crisis in India and other parts of the world on Saturday. 11:26 a.m. The disruptions caused by the COVID-19 crisis also presents an opportunity for businesses to re-strategise and re-invent themselves, Union Bank of India MD and CEO Rajkiran Rai G said. 11:22 a.m. Advertisement As many as 417 personnel of the Thane police commissionerate have tested coronavirus positive so far, officials say. 11:18 a.m. Transfers amid COVID-19 demoralised bureaucracy, BJP leader Pravin Darekar says. Advertisement 11:03 a.m. India's top TT players raise funds to help fraternity members amid coronavirus crisis. 11:00 a.m. Advertisement India's records highest single-day COVID-19 spike with over 18,000 cases as death toll rises to 15,685. 9:44 a.m. COVID-19 is triggering panic attacks, depression and suicides, say experts. Advertisement 9:38 a.m. Buildings in congested areas and slums of north Mumbai will be sealed considering the rise in COVID-19 cases here in the last 15 days, Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh says. 9:27 a.m. Advertisement Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik calls upon all all to adhere to SC's order and COVID-19 guidelines to make the return journey of Lord Jagannath's Rath Yatra at Puri successful. 8:59 a.m. MP government asks police dept to recruit over 4,200 constables. VIS VIS {{}} (This story has not been edited by Business Insider and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed we subscribe to.)Next StoryTransfers amid COVID-19 demoralised bureaucracy: BJP leaderPopular on BI1Work from home fun is over – now there are endless work hours, midnight calls from bosses and employees are not happy2INTERVIEW: Zoom's India head believes he will able to convince the Home Ministry that the app is safe3New maps reveal details about the size and shape of Earth's lost 8th continent, Zealandia, which disappeared under the Pacific OceanLatest Stories Jaipur: FIR lodged against Ramdev, Patanjali MD over company's COVID-19 'cure' 8 states contributed 85pc COVID-19 caseload, 87pc deaths: Health Ministry Delhi govt proposes ways to make Burari COVID hospital functional in 'shortest possible time' Ethiopian monk thought to be aged 114 survives coronavirus Pvt banks to catch up soon on credit guarantee scheme for MSMEs: Kotak Trending NewsFabifluChinese AppsTelangana lockdown guidelinesPuri Jagannath YatraSurat copPetrol Diesel PriceCovid-19 PatientAcharya BalakrishnaCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMaharashtra lockdown guidelinesDeath Cases in MaharashtraChinese App AlternativesSpicejetTamilnadu lockdown GuidelinesTransfers amid COVID-19 demoralised bureaucracy: BJP leaderTwo new COVID-19 cases in Sikkim, tally rises to 87India adds 18,552 new Covid cases, tally crosses 5 lakhCOVID-19IndiaCases: 508kDeaths: 15.6kRecovered: 295kCOVID-19WorldCases: 9.47MDeaths: 484kRecovered: 4.94MCOVID-19USACases: 2.36MDeaths: 121kRecovered: 670kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageCoronavirus: Latest updates on COVID-19 crisis around the worldTransfers amid COVID-19 demoralised bureaucracy: BJP leaderTwo new COVID-19 cases in Sikkim, tally rises to 87India adds 18,552 new Covid cases, tally crosses 5 lakhAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapPopular CategoriesTech NewsPolicy NewsPersonal Finance NewsMobile NewsBusiness NewsEcommerce NewsAuto NewsStartups NewsStock Market NewsFinance NewsEntertainment NewsEconomy NewsCareers NewsApps NewsInternational NewsPolitics NewsEducation NewsAdvertising NewsLife NewsHealth NewsScience NewsIndia NewsRetail NewsSports NewsPersonalities NewsCorporates NewsEnvironment NewsWorld NewsTrending Right NowCentral bank of IndiaCheck jio BalanceBSNL Mobile balanceChinese Mobile CompanyIndian Mobile CompanyTelangana Coronavirus casesCoronavirus cases in worldGoogle PhotosOBC BankPM KisanIndian Youtuber StarsChinese AppsCheck Balance in SBIHow to check Vodafone BalanceUttarakhand Coronavirus caseslargest economies in the worldCoronavirus cases in DelhiContainment zones in KolkataMumbai Containment ZonesPune Containment ZonesMore from our PartnersCOURSERAMaster Business Fundamentals from WhartonLeadership and Business Skill for Immediate I... Take Big Data from University of California S... Take Machine Learning from University of Wash... Read MoreThe Weather ChannelVery Heavy Rainfall Forecast over Meghalaya, ... Monsoon Mania: Glimpses of Rain as Monsoon Se... Minor Earthquake Hits Haryana, Delhi-NCR on F... NASA’s Hubble Telescope Spots Cosmic ‘Bat Win... Read MoreWattpadA Heart Can HopeA Sliver of HopeSomething To Live ForLast Drop of WaterRead More
2020-06-27Lawyer dies by suicide in Ulhasnagar - Mumbai Mirror
Lawyer dies by suicide in UlhasnagarYou are in an offline modeLawyer dies by suicide in UlhasnagarByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Jun 27, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeIMAGE USED FOR REPRESENTATIONAL PURPOSE ONLYThe 35-year-old was in financial distress, say police. A 35-year-old lawyer died by suicide at his home in Ulhasnagar due to financial distress. According to the Ulhasnagar police, they found the body of Umesh Khandagale, a resident of Vitthal Apartment, near Shani Temple in Ulhasnagar. The police said they were informed about the incident by the deceased’s brother, Sunil Khandagale. “We found him hanging in the balcony, which was covered by a bedsheet from outside,” said Kishore Kuwar, police sub inspector from Ulhasnagar police station. “He used to practise in Ulhasnagar court. We are recording statements of his family members to understand why he hanged himself. Preliminary inquiries show that he was without work ever since the lockdown,” said Kuwar. Khandagale is survived by wife Sakshi, 23, and a three-year-old daughter Chu. RELATED NEWSAsiatic Society of Mumbai faces fund crisis, 32 staff members didn't ...Jun 23, 20206 of family found hanging in A’badJun 20, 2020Woman kills self after TikTok row with husband in VijayawadaMay 20, 2020 Philips shavers promise 90% less nicks & cuts vs a razorPhilips IndiaExciting offers for a limited period. 12th-30th June.Prestige GroupPriority Protect Mask P95 with 6-layer filter–Pack of 3 @295PriorityRelax with Australia's natural shades of blueTourism AustraliaThe best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More.Our promise of safety starts with the test driveThe Volvo XC90 Work seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹ 32999Galaxy Note10 LiteGet ready to #NeverMissABeat with the new Nokia 5310!NokiaDoctors unveiled a secret of weight loss (upto 1 kg per day)KetoUpto 50% Off on Bestseller Bar Kits!MensXPTake (1) Cup of This (Before Bed) & Flush Away Your Belly Fat!Body Secret Revelation
2020-06-27417 personnel of Thane Police infected with Covid-19; death toll at 3 - Hindustan Times
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2020-06-27COVID-19 LIVE Updates: New hotspots emerge in northwestern Mumbai; India's case count reaches 4.73 lakh - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 LIVE Updates: New hotspots emerge in northwestern Mumbai; India's case count crosses 5 lakhJun 27, 2020, 09.34AMCOVID-19 LIVE Updates: New hotspots emerge in northwestern Mumbai; India's case count crosses 5 lakhMumbai on Friday reported 1,297 fresh cases of coronavirus, and with that, the total number of positive cases surged to 72,287. Also, 44 persons succumbed to the virus in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll of the country's financial capital to 4,177.On the other hand, Maharashtra recorded the highest ever single-day spike in the number of COVID-19 cases as 5,024 new patients tested positive on Friday. Also, with 175 new deaths, the total number of fatalities in the state went up to 7,106.Meanwhile, the northwestern suburbs of Mumbai, which until a few weeks ago had comparatively fewer cases of Covid-19, is seeing a sudden spurt in numbers. The areas of Dahisar, Borivali, Kandivali and Malad have emerged as the new Covid hotspots in the city.Also, in the wake of the rising COVID-19 cases, all scheduled international commercial passenger services to/from India shall remain suspended till July 15, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced on Friday.The total number of COVID-19 cases in India now stands at 4.73 lakh and the fatality count is slowly inching towards the 15,000-mark.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-06-27 09:34(IST) India crosses 5 lakh casesIndia crosses 5 lakh mark as it reports highest single-day spike of 18,552 new COVID-19 cases and 384 deaths in last 24 hours. Positive cases in India stand at 5,08,953 including 1,97,387 active cases, 2,95,881 cured/discharged/migrated and 15,685 deaths: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare2020-06-27 09:09(IST) Covid causes sugar spike, docs worriedTop doctors across public and private hospitals in Mumbai are reporting cases of non-diabetic Covid-19 patients developing uncontrolled sugar levels, complicating the management of the infection and, in some cases, proving to be fatal. A team of doctors at KEM has now begun studying the phenomenon, hoping to find answers to what causes the “sugar spike” and whether it could, apart from immediate risk to a patient, have longterm implications. Read full story here2020-06-27 08:52(IST) Thackeray asks PM to cancel final-year professional examsChief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, requesting him to issue directions to central councils governing various professional courses in the country to back the state government’s decision to cancel final-year exams. Professional courses such as such engineering, management, pharmacy, hotel management, architecture, computer science and law are regulated by national-level statutory bodies, such as the Bar Council of India, the Pharmacy Council of India, the All India Council for Technical Education, the Council of Architecture, the National Council of Teacher Education and the National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology. Read full story here2020-06-27 08:32(IST) Thyrocare gets TMC nod to resume testing in Thane from June 29A month after the Thane Municipal Corporation halted testing by Thyrocare in the city, the civic body on Friday lifted the bar and allowed the private lab to begin testing from Monday. Read full story here2020-06-27 08:31(IST) Virus moves northThe north western suburbs of Mumbai, which until a few weeks ago had comparatively fewer cases of Covid-19, is seeing a sudden spurt in numbers. The areas of Dahisar, Borivali, Kandivali and Malad have emerged as the new Covid hotspots in the city. The peculiar problem here is that the population resides in both skyscrapers and slums in the same locality making it difficult to contain the spread. Read full story here2020-06-27 08:29(IST) KDMC collects Rs 1.35L in fines from people not wearing masksThe Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) is cracking down on those stepping out without masks as it strives to curb the number of growing cases in the area. In the past two days, KDMC fined 270 persons and collected a total fi ne of Rs 1.35 lakh.2020-06-27 08:28(IST) Highest ever single day spike in MaharashtraMaharashtra recorded the highest ever singe day spike in the number of COVID-19 cases as 5,024 new patients tested positive on Friday.Also, with 175 new deaths, the total number of fatalities in the state went up to 7,106.The active case count of Maharashtra is now 65,829, while the number of recoveries has mounted to 79,815. The recovery rate of the state is now pitched at 52.25 per cent and the fatality rate at 4.65 per cent.2020-06-27 08:28(IST) Mumbai reports 1,297 casesMumbai on Friday reported 1,297 fresh cases of coronavirus, and with that, the total number of positive cases surged to 72,287.Also, 44 persons succumbed to the virus in the past 24 hours, taking the death toll of the country's financial capital to 4,177.As many as 593 patients were completely cured and discharged on Friday and the total number of recoveries in Mumbai climbed to 39,744. 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2020-06-27State expands MMR for unified devp of projects - Mumbai Mirror
State expands MMR for unified devp of projectsYou are in an offline modeState expands MMR for unified devp of projectsBySatish Nandgaonkar,Yogesh NaikSatish Nandgaonkar and Yogesh Naik / Updated: Jun 27, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeThe MMR comprises eight municipalities and nine municipal councils, with more than 1,000 villages in Thane and Raigad districts.The proposal was passed in June 2019 by the BJP govt for optimal use of resources; real estate developers welcome news. The Urban Development Department has extended the area of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to include parts of Palghar, Vasai, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Ambernath, Karjat, Khalapaur, Pen and Alibaug. This will bring a population of 12 lakh under the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority. The Maharashtra legislature had passed the proposal to extend the limits of MMR to include nearly 2,000 sq km area in June 2019 when the BJP-led government was in power. The UDD’s joint secretary SD Landge said the decision was taken by former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis for unified development of multiple projects in a larger area, and will help use natural resources optimally. The MMR comprises eight municipalities – Greater Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizamapur, Vasai-Virar and Mira-Bhayandar – and nine municipal councils, with more than 1,000 villages in Thane and Raigad districts. According to the June 25 notification, the area up to the eastern limits of Palghar tehsil, Vasai tehsil up to Tansa river, Bhiwandi, Kalyan and Ambernath tehsils will now be part of MMR. The villages along the foothills of Sahyadri in Karjat tehsil – from Shelu to Kalamboli Tarf Waredi, Takwe, Banjarwadi, Sawale, Hedawali, Mandawane, Bhivpuri (camp), Humgaon, Saidongar, Dhak, Salpe, Kharwandi up to village Chochi – will also be included. Reacting to the development, Niranjan Hiranandani, the national president of National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO), said this will “augur well for synchronised growth of the region, with requisite infrastructure development to support the additional population that will move to homes in such locations”. Rohit Poddar of Poddar Housing and Development Ltd, said, “It will definitely alter the scope of development in the newly included areas as FSI norms will make it more viable for development to take place.” Gulam Zia, executive director of Valuation and Advisory Retail and Hospitality of international property consultants Knight Frank India sounded a note of caution. He said a lack of relevant improvement in Mass Rapid Transit Systems could leave this expansion futile. RELATED NEWSGovt to keep ready reckoner rates unchangedMay 30, 2020Men back at workApr 22, 2020Govt in big push towards digital sales in realtyApr 18, 2020 Relax with Australia's natural shades of blueTourism AustraliaPhilips shavers promise 90% less nicks & cuts vs a razorPhilips IndiaEnjoy Special offer on Sennheiser headphones *Dell IndiaThe best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More.Get ready to #NeverMissABeat with the new Nokia 5310!NokiaBest College affiliated to Bengaluru Central UniversitySindhi College Move into Your Dream Home. Exciting offer for Limited time.Prestige GroupOur promise of safety starts with the test driveThe Volvo XC90Ayurvedic solution for strong, healthy, shiny hairmoha:Priority Protect Mask P95 with 6-layer filter–Pack of 3 @295PriorityOnline MBA from Jindal School of Banking & Finance.upGrad10% off on cow and buffalo milk! Prepaid orders only.Country Delight
2020-06-26Man arrested for killing senior citizen in Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
Man arrested for killing senior citizen in UlhasnagarBy Narendra Gupta The accused had taken a loan of Rs 5000 from Ramnani three months ago. Ramnani used to often harass him to repay loan amount and would regularly ask him about the loan repayment. Tired of the harassment, the accused conspired to kill him.File PhotoThe Ulhasnagar Crime Branch has arrested a man for allegedly killing a 70-year-old man who had lent him Rs 5000 during the coronavirus-induced lockdown.The police said that the deceased has been identified as Sherumal Ramnani, a resident of the Lalchakki locality in Ulhasnagar, while the accused has been identified as Vitthal Ganesh Dudhesiya, 30, a vegetable vendor who was the neighbour of the deceased. The victim was found dead at an isolated spot in Ambernath on June 19.According to Mahesh Tarde, senior police inspector, Ulhasnagar crime branch, "The accused had taken a loan of Rs 5000 from Ramnani three months ago. Ramnani used to often harass him to repay loan amount. Dudhesiya told him that he did not have enough money to repay during the lockdown. Following which, Ramnani regularly asked him about the loan repayment. Tired of the harassment, the accused conspired to kill him."Tarde further said that Dushediya called him on June 18, to repay his loan amount and took him on a bike to Vasaar village and strangled by him".Based on local informers, CCTV footage and mobile network location, he has been arrested from Ulhasnagar on Wednesday. He has been produced before court and remanded him into police custody for six days, said an officer.ulhasnagarCoronavirusCOVID 19Ganesh DudhesiyaSherumal RamnaniMahesh TardeVasaar villageRecent StoriesIn Pics: Liverpool fans celebrate Red Devil's Premier League title win after 30-year droughtSushant Singh Rajput death: Unable to cope with actor's suicide, 14-year-old fan from Nagpur ends lifeMother kills daughter, commits suicide due to economic stress in Maharashtra's Palghar Coronavirus 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 June 26Did Pakistan use its high commission in New Delhi to recruit J&K youth to join Lashkar-e-Taiba? 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
2020-06-26Depressed over losses during lockdown, Thane lawyer kills self - Yahoo India News
Depressed over losses during lockdown, Thane lawyer kills selfPTI26 June 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Jun 26 (PTI) A 35-year-old advocate allegedly committed suicide in Ulhasnagar in Thane district due to depression, police said on Friday.ACP Ulhasnagar Division DD Tele identified him as Umesh Khandagale.'He hanged himself on the intervening night of June 25-26. His family has said he was depressed due to financial losses during lockdown. We have taken an accidental death case,' he added. PTI COR BNM BNMReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextNow UAE Objects to Mission Vande Bharat, Stops Air India from Carrying Out Repatriation FlightsNews18COVID update: Delhi continues to see marginal dip in new cases, Guwahati goes for 14-day lockdownAniDoes India have the edge over China's military? Check this outYahoo FinanceBipasha Basu Says She And Her Hubby Karan Singh Grover Have Changed A Lot During LockdownFilmibeatWreath laying of CRPF jawan, killed in Anantnag terrorist attack, performed in West MidnaporeAniHouse-to-house Survey, Travel Within 2km: Govts Tighten Lockdown as Many States See Highest Single-Day SpikeNews18These Are The Most Common Symptoms Of COVID-19 Right NowHuffPost LifeVicky Kaushal's New Look from Sam Manekshaw Biopic, Priyanka Chopra Demands Justice for Jayaraj and SonNews18'Bombay Days': This Defector MLA Readies to Expose BSY with Behind-the-Scene Details of 2019 Op KamalaNews18Mumbai trust providing free oxygen cylinders to poor COVID-19 patientsAni'What Happened With Jeyaraj and Fenix is Beyond Acceptable': Sunil Chhetri Calls for JusticeNews18My Sense of Hunger Comes From New York: Vikas Khanna Hits Back at Colonial Idea of 'Hungry India'News18Abhishek Bachchan Reveals What Yash Chopra Told Him At The Premiere Of His Debut Film, RefugeeFilmibeatKCR hints at another lockdown in Hyderabad as COVID-19 cases surgeOneindiaJagannath Rath Yatra: Police, priests perform 'Dakshina Moda' for Bahuda yatraAniPM-CARES Fund received donations from Chinese companies: CongressANI
2020-06-2620 clinics sealed in Thane for not reporting suspected COVID-19 cases - Mumbai Mirror
20 clinics sealed in Thane for not reporting suspected COVID-19 casesYou are in an offline mode20 clinics sealed in Thane for not reporting suspected COVID-19 casesByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Jun 26, 2020, 07:21 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhotos by Prashant NarvekarWith the Mumbai Metropolitan Region outside Mumbai becoming a new source of worry for the state government in its battle against coronavirus, the Thane Municipal Corporation on Wednesday and Thursday sealed 20 general practioners’ (GP) clinics for failing to report patients with Covid-19 symptoms to the municipal corporation. The action followed within 24 hours of a new municipal commissioner taking over in Thane as the government tried to control Covid-19 numbers rapidly spiralling out of control in seven municipal corporations – Mira-Bhayandar, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi. Heads of four of these municipal corporations – Thane, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayandar and Navi Mumbai – were transferred on Tuesday, though late on Thursday evening Navi Mumbai municipal commissioner’s transfer was stayed. Thane city records highest single-day spike of 264 new COVID-19 cases, 12 deathsThe city also saw the highest number of deaths with 12 people including eight men and four women succumbing to the virus. Deputy Municipal Commissioner Sandeep Malvi said the GPs were not cooperating despite the municipal corporation holding a meeting with them to underline the importance of identifying and isolating suspected Covid-19 cases. TMC employees sealing clinics in Thane on Thursday The TMC notice pasted on sealed clinics said some of the clinics had remained shut despite numerous requests by the municipal corporation to the concerned doctors to get involved in screening suspected Covid-19 cases. The action against the 20 GPs was taken under the Maharashtra COVID-19 Regulations 2020 and the Indian Penal Code. Even as cases in Mumbai have seen a decline over the last week, the MMR crossed the one lakh mark for Covid-19 positive cases this week. MMR now accounts for 75 per cent of the state’s total viral load. Bhiwandi mosque opens the door to all in need of oxygenMakkah Masjid’s oxygen centre has treated 113 patients, 27 of them Hindus. Thane is one of the worst hit municipal areas in MMR. Ten deaths were reported in Thane on Wednesday, taking the toll to 233, even as 197 new cases were added to the city’s tally that has now crossed 6,500. According to officials, between June 1 and June 23, the total number of Covid-19 cases in MMR surged by over 200%. TMC employees sealing clinics in Thane on Thursday RELATED NEWS20 days after man with Covid-19 symptoms goes missing, body surfaces ...Jun 20, 2020Domestic passengers without Covid-19 symptoms won't be quarantined in...May 25, 2020Hours of stalemate over cremation of doctor's body who died of COVID-...Apr 13, 2020 Our promise of safety starts with the test driveThe Volvo XC90Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityDell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaWork seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & Life Buy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. Shop nowmoha:Exciting offers for a limited period. 12th-30th June.Prestige Group10% off on cow and buffalo milk! Prepaid orders only.Country DelightGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹ 32999Galaxy Note10 LiteRead about Dubai’s journey towards sustainabilityBusiness in DubaiTake (1) Cup of This (Before Bed) & Flush Away Your Belly Fat!Body Secret Revelation
2020-06-26Ulhasnagar woman reunited with son with help of social media, volunteers - Hindustan Times
2020-06-26Ulhasnagar woman reunited with son with help of social media, volunteers - Hindustan Times
2020-06-26Depressed over losses during lockdown, Thane lawyer kills self - Devdiscourse
Depressed over losses during lockdown, Thane lawyer kills self PTI | Thane | Updated: 26-06-2020 20:43 IST | Created: 26-06-2020 20:43 IST A 35-year-old advocate allegedlycommitted suicide in Ulhasnagar in Thane district due todepression, police said on FridayACP Ulhasnagar Division DD Tele identified him asUmesh Khandagale"He hanged himself on the intervening night of June25-26. His family has said he was depressed due to financiallosses during lockdown. We have taken an accidental deathcase," he added. Share READ MORE ON: Ulhasnagar Thane district Advertisement POST / READ COMMENTS Country India Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube Advertisement TRENDING Researches get closer to discover why eczema happens Entertainment News Roundup: Ron Jeremy pleads not guilty to rape charges; Justin Bieber files $20 million defamation lawsuit and more Entertainment News Roundup: Ron Jeremy pleads not guilty; Justin Bieber files $20 million defamation lawsuit and more Six of top-10 firms add Rs 92,130.59 cr in m-cap; TCS biggest gainer OPINION / BLOG / INTERVIEW COVID-19: Weighing up the benefits and limitations of edtech platforms Edtech companies shouldnt focus on merely pushing contents, but to provide an interactive, effective teaching and learning environment. ... Learning gap, poverty, and online risks: COVID-19 impact on children There are already an estimated 152 million children in child labor, 73 million of which are involved in hazardous work and the global health crisis is further exacerbating the situation further. ... Shipping industry's COVID-19 resilience test could boost digitalization The push towards digitalization in shipping industry was already happening and has been further accelerated by the pandemic as current practices are not tenable under present circumstances and would definitely not be in the future.... Health is pure science but why objectivity eludes WHO We certainly need a global body to coordinate responses against health emergencies. However, this sheer need of humanity on this planet should not be milked by the World Organization WHO to overshadow constructive criticism and call for ref... Videos Latest News Nobel winners call for coronavirus vaccines to be available for all By Darnell Christie LONDON, June 29 Thomson Reuters Foundation - Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu and actor George Clooney are among more than 100 people who have signed an appeal for COVID-19 vaccines to be declared a global common good a... PM Modi to address the nation on Tuesday evening Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on Tuesday evening. His address comes against the backdrop of a bitter standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh where 20 Indian army personnel were killed in clashes o... Delhi's COVID tally crosses 85,000 with 2,084 fresh cases; death toll now 2,680 Delhi recorded 2,084 fresh coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the infection tally in the city to over 85,000, while the death toll from the disease rose to 2,680, the authorities said. The number of containment zones in the city also jumpe... 'No excuse' for countries that fail in contact tracing, WHO's Tedros says Tracing contacts of people with coronavirus infections is the most important step in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, and countries that are failing to do so have no excuse, the World Health Organization chief said on Monday. Although many c... Give Feedback Name Email Message Submit HOME ABOUT CAREER ADVERTISEMENT TEAM KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIP MEDIA PARTNERSHIP INTERNSHIP CONTACT US Subscribe to our Newsletter   SUBSCRIBE SECTORS Agro-Forestry Art & Culture Technology Economy & Business Education Energy & Extractives Politics Law & Governance Health Science & Environment Social & Gender Sports Transport Urban Development WASH EDITIONS Pacific South Asia East and South East Asia Europe and Central Asia Central Africa East Africa Southern Africa West Africa Middle East and North Africa North America Latin America and Caribbean OTHER LINKS Write for us Submit Press Release Opinion / Blog / Analysis Agency Wire Business News Entertainment News Technology News Law-order News Lifestyle News National News International News Headlines PR Newswire Other OTHER PRODUCTS VITHI VYOMA VYAPAD IDEA-KM IDEA-M&E CONNECT Email: info@devdiscourse.com Phone: +91-130-6444012, +91-7027739813, 14, 15 VisionRI | Disclaimer | Terms of use | Privacy Policy © Copyright 2020
2020-06-26COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath tallies cross 1400; Badlapur reports 11 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath tallies cross 1400; Badlapur reports 11 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath tallies cross 1400; Badlapur reports 11 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 26, 2020, 22:43 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 62 new coronavirus cases on Friday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,468. Also, with 43 recoveries on Friday, as many as 834 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 595 while 39 patients have died of the virus. Five people each tested positive near Jhulelal Temple and in Ulhasnagar-1, while four cases each came up from Mahatma Phule Nagar and Ulhasnagar-3. Three persons contracted the virus in OT Section (UNR-3) and Ulhasnagar-2, whereas two cases each came up in Royal Residency, Lal Chakki, Kurla Camp and Veer Tanaji Nagar. Untitled Carousel COVID-19: No respite for Kalyan Dombivali as 358 new cases emerge, five people succumb to the infectionThe twin cities of Kalyan and Dombivali continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 pandemic with a consistent increase in the number of positive cases. The remaining cases have been reported from Hirapuri Chowk, Kailash Colony, Section 39, Gayakwad Pada, Ganpati Temple (UNR-4), Mahaveer Hospital, Section 21, Section 17, Section 24, Section 28, Section 30, Maratha Section, Shiv Colony, Shanti Nagar, Ambedkar Nagar, Chopra Court, Gautam Nagar, Shivaji Chowk, Dussehra Maidan, Rahul Nagar, Central Hospital area, Subhash Nagar, Azad Nagar, Khemani, Near Regency Hotel, Sankul 24, Sonara Hall, Shahad crossing and Tejomal Chakki. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 19 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 1,496. At present, 749 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 37 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Corporation limits, including one on Friday. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Friday, 11 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 660 with 15 deaths. Three cases came up in Katrap and two in Shani Nagar. The remaining cases were from Gaondevi, Hari Om Plaza, Aagalaali, Hendrepada, Manjarli and Aptewadi. So far, 334 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 311 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020Coronavirus outbreak hits Saiwyn Quadras-Shweta Bajaj's wedding plans...Apr 15, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020 Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityGet ready to #NeverMissABeat with the new Nokia 5310!NokiaGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹ 32999Galaxy Note10 LiteFlat 30% off on Ergonomic Chairs & Tables. Use Code 'RAIN'TransteelAyurvedic solution for strong, healthy, shiny hairmoha:Upto 50% Off on Bestseller Bar Kits!MensXP Shop your Wishlist @10% off in Myntra EORS Sale!TIMESPOINTSThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesWishlist the styles you love & Get them at 10% offTIMESPOINTSSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More.This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesExciting offers for a limited period. 12th-30th June.Prestige Group
2020-06-26New UMC chief takes charge, assures to contain Covid spread - Hindustan Times
2020-06-26Thane: Covid suspect dies after being turned away by 15 hospitals, another for want of a ventilator - Times of India
Thane: Covid suspect dies after being turned away by 15 hospitals, another for want of a ventilatorThane: Covid suspect dies after being turned away by 15 hospitals, another for want of a ventilatorPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jun 26, 2020, 11:24 ISTBusinessman Anil PamnaniULHASNAGAR: Two suspected Covid patients died in Ulhasnagar on Thursday for want of timely and proper treatment. Businessman Anil Pamnani (59) was denied admission by 15 hospitals after he developed breathing difficulties. Following his death, Pamnani's body was taken to the state-run Central Hospital, where doctors issued a death certificate that mentioned him as a Covid suspect. They handed over his body without packing it according to guidelines. The family said Pamnani, who ran a confectionery unit, had recently developed a fever. His son Ashish told TOI: "Initially, I, my brother Bharat and sister Bhavna separately called up private hospitals but all refused to admit him saying he was a suspected Covid patient. And, Covid hospitals refused him admission on the ground that they have to first receive his positive report." Bhavna said after 20 hours of trying, one hospital agreed to admit him, but he died on the way. Meenabai Kadam Meenabai Kadam (53), a resident of Samrat Ashok Nagar in Ulhasnagar, died on Thursday morning as a ventilator was not available at Central Hospital where her family had admitted her after several private and Covid hospitals refused to admit her. Her son said, "We contacted local corporator Shivaji Ragade who finally managed to get my mother admitted to Central Hospital. But, as it did not have a ventilator, the doctors asked her to go to another hospital." Despite several attempts, UMC's chief health officer Suhas Manhalkar could not be reached for comment. 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2020-06-26Depressed over losses during lockdown Thane lawyer kills self - THE WEEK
Depressed over losses during lockdown Thane lawyer kills self PTI June 26, 2020 20:55 IST     Thane, Jun 26 (PTI) A 35-year-old advocate allegedlycommitted suicide in Ulhasnagar in Thane district due todepression, police said on Friday.    ACP Ulhasnagar Division DD Tele identified him asUmesh Khandagale.    "He hanged himself on the intervening night of June25-26. His family has said he was depressed due to financiallosses during lockdown. We have taken an accidental deathcase," he added. PTI CORBNM BNM (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Punjab Police destroy large quantities of drugs to mark 'World Drug Day' Ivanisevic, coach of Djokovic, tests positive for COVID-19 Bipasha Basu, Richa Chadha, Nandita Das respond to 'Fair & Lovely' name change Chinese ports holding up Indian consignments in tit-for-tat move: FIEO Dolphins acquire new skills from peers through social learning Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-06-26Maharashtra sees over 5,000 new Covid-19 cases for first time, tally past 1.5 lakh - Livemint
Maharashtra sees over 5,000 new Covid-19 cases for first time, tally past 1.5 lakh (Photo: PTI) Maharashtra sees over 5,000 new Covid-19 cases for first time, tally past 1.5 lakh 1 min read . Updated: 26 Jun 2020, 08:27 PM IST Kalpana Pathak Mumbai's virus tally reaches 72,175, while its death toll stands at 4,179 Share Via Read Full Story Topics Coronavirus MaharashtraCoronavirus Mumbai: As Maharashtra ramps up Covid-19 testing, the state on Friday, reported a single-day record of 5,024 new Covid-19 cases, taking the state's virus count to 1,52,765. Number of active cases however, are at 65,829 in the state and total patients discharged so far are 79,815. The state's capital, Mumbai, saw its coronavirus count rise by 1,297 new cases reported in the last 24 hours, taking the city's tally to 72,175. With 44 new deaths reported today, Mumbai's death toll stands at 4,179. Number of active cases in Mumbai are 28,244 and 39,744 patients have recovered so far. Thane is the next big contributor with 145 new Covid-19 cases reported today, thus taking the total number of cases to 30,871. Total number of active cases in Thane are at 16,960 and 13,094 patients have recovered so far. The state reported 175 deaths today, taking its death toll to 6,914. Of these, 91 deaths occurred in the last 48 hours and the rest 84 are from the previous period, the state public health department said. These include 73 deaths in Mumbai, three in Nashik, two in Thane, one each in Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayandar, Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Nandurbar and in Aurangabad. Mortality rate in the state is at 4.65% and recovery rate is at 52.25%. Currently, 5,58,488 people are in home quarantine and 36,903 people are in institutional quarantine. Out of 8,71,875 laboratory samples, 1,52,765 have tested positive (17.52%) for Covid-19 until today. Subscribe to newsletters * Enter a valid email * Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Share Via Click here to read the Mint ePaperLivemint.com is now on Telegram. Join Livemint channel in your Telegram and stay updatedTopics Coronavirus MaharashtraCoronavirus RELATED STORIES PG final year medical students to work in ICU wards: Maharashtra Health Minister2 min read . 06:54 PM IST Delhi schools to remain closed till July-end as coronavirus cases surge2 min read . 09:22 PM IST 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
2020-06-26Advocate ends life in Thane due to financial distress - United News of India
Advocate ends life in Thane due to financial distressThane, Jun 26 (UNI) A 35-year-old advocate allegedly committed suicide apparently under financial duress in these COVID-19 times, police said here on Friday.The deceased has been identified as Umesh Khandagale, who lived near Shani Mandir in Ulhasnagar suburb.According to police, in the intervening night of June 25-26, Umesh confined himself to the bedroom. The incident came to fore next morning when the family members broke open his room as he was not given any reply.Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsAdvocate ends life in Thane due to financial distress26 Jun 2020 | 11:13 PMThane, Jun 26 (UNI) A 35-year-old advocate allegedly committed suicide apparently under financial duress in these COVID-19 times, police said here on Friday.see more..Mah accounts for highest COVID-19 cases, fatalities26 Jun 2020 | 10:50 PMMumbai, Jun 26 (UNI) Maharashtra on Friday reported 175 COVID-19 fatalities while the cases surged to a staggering 1,52,765, apprised health officials.see more..nCov: Mah's Sangli records 11th death26 Jun 2020 | 10:47 PMSangli, Jun 26 (UNI) A 40 year-old man suffering from novel coronavirus passed away on Friday evening, taking the death toll of the district to 11.see more..nCov: Mah's Aurangabad tally surges to 452226 Jun 2020 | 10:40 PMAurangabad, Maharashtra, Jun 26 (UNI) With the highest ever single day spike of 223 cases, the tally of positive cases climbed to 4522 on Friday.see more..Mah: Sons of Dawood Ibrahim aide booked in assault case26 Jun 2020 | 10:15 PMMumbai, Jun 26 (UNI) Two sons of a trusted Dawood Ibrahim aide were booked on Friday for allegedly assaulting a civil contractor, who bagged the contract for demolishing an old structure under the cluster redevelopment project in south Mumbai.see more.. 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On Thursday, Hamas warned it considers Israel's plan to annex a portion of the West Bank as a declaration of war on the Palestinian people. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-AF7MUMBAI,JUNE 26 (UNI) - Eknath Gaikwad, President of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) along with party workers pays tribute to the Indian Army officers who were martyred during a violent face-off with Chinese troops at Ladakhs Galwan Valley, in Mumbai on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AKM6UMUMBAI,JUNE 26 (UNI) - Eknath Gaikwad, President of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) along with party workers pays tribute to the Indian Army officers who were martyred during a violent face-off with Chinese troops at Ladakhs Galwan Valley, in Mumbai on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AKM5UHYDERABAD JUN 26 (UNI):- Shops closed Lad Buzzer due to rapid increase of COVID-19 cases at Historical Charminar in Hyderabad on Friday. 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UNI PHOTO-RAO5UMUMBAI,JUNE 26 (UNI) - Police commissioner Param Bir Singh visit covid 19 hotspot at Appapada Malad east ,in Mumbai on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AKM3UMUMBAI,JUNE 26 (UNI) - Police commissioner Param Bir Singh visit covid 19 hotspot at Appapada Malad east ,in Mumbai on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AKM2UMUMBAI,JUNE 26 (UNI) - Police commissioner Param Bir Singh visit covid 19 hotspot at Appapada Malad east ,in Mumbai on Friday.UNI PHOTO-AKM1UHYDERABAD JUN 26 (UNI):- Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President Capt N Uttam Kumar Reddy and other congress leaders Participated in the ‘homage to martyrs’ program and paid tributes to the martyrs who laid down their lives for safeguarding India's territorial integrity today in Gandhi Bhavan, in Hyderabad on Friday. UNI PHOTO-RAO4USIRISILLA (TELANGANA) JUN 26 (UNI):-Telangana Legislative Assembly Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, IT, Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister K T Rama Rao, Saplings of planting during 6th phase of Haritha Haram program at Mid Manair Dam Mustabad, in Sirisilla district on Friday. UNI PHOTO-RAO2USIRISILLA (TELANGANA) JUN 26 (UNI):-Telangana Legislative Assembly Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, IT, Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister K T Rama Rao, Saplings of planting during 6th phase of Haritha Haram program at Mid Manair Dam Mustabad, in Sirisilla district on Friday. UNI PHOTO-RAO1U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Friday, Jun 26 2020 | Time 23:46 Hrs(IST) Home News Photo Hindi Urdu PRESS RELEASES Web Hits FeedBack About UNI Contact us SiteMap JOBS Tender Terms of Use Disclaimer Privacy policy Follow us on :-
2020-06-25Vegetable vendor held for 70-year-old’s murder - Hindustan Times
2020-06-25Man held for killing senior citizen over debt repayment in Thane - United News of India
Man held for killing senior citizen over debt repayment in ThaneThane, Jun 25 (UNI) A vegetable vendor has been arrested for allegedly killing a senior citizen, to whom he owed a loan of Rs 5,000 taken under financial duress during lockdown, police said here on Thursday.The accused has been identified as Vitthal Dudeshia (32).On June 19, the body of businessman Sherumal Kerumal Ramnani (70) was found at a secluded spot in Vasaar village of Ulhasnagar suburb. Please log in to get detailed story. 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UNI PhotoHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI) : Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram priests was given a traditional welcome Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan during visit Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-30UHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI) : Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram priests was given a traditional welcome Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan during visit Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-29UHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI):Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan along with his family members offered prayers at the Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-28UHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI):Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan along with his family members offered prayers at the Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-27UHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI) : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan took the blessings of seer Sri Tridandi Srimannarayana Ramanuja China Jeeyar Swamiji at the Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-26UHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI) : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan took the blessings of seer Sri Tridandi Srimannarayana Ramanuja China Jeeyar Swamiji at the Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-25UHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI) : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan along with his family members took the blessings of seer Sri Tridandi Srimannarayana Ramanuja China Jeeyar Swamiji at the Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-24UHYDERABAD, JUN 25 (UNI) : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan along with his family members took the blessings of seer Sri Tridandi Srimannarayana Ramanuja China Jeeyar Swamiji at the Chinna Jeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshad on the city’s outskirts on Thursday.UNI PHOTO RAO-23UMUMBAI, JUNE 25 (UNI) - Mumbai samajwadi president and MLA Abu Azmi with party workers participate in protest by riding bicycle and also meet Maharashtra Governor at Raj Bhavan due to price hike on petrol and dieseat,in Mumbai on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-AKM8UMUMBAI, JUNE 25 (UNI) - Mumbai samajwadi president and MLA Abu Azmi with party workers participate in protest by riding bicycle and also meet Maharashtra Governor at Raj Bhavan due to price hike on petrol and dieseat,in Mumbai on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-AKM7UMUMBAI, JUNE 25 (UNI) - Mumbai samajwadi president and MLA Abu Azmi with party workers participate in protest by riding bicycle and also meet Maharashtra Governor at Raj Bhavan due to price hike on petrol and dieseat,in Mumbai on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-AKM6UMUMBAI, JUNE 25 (UNI) - Mumbai samajwadi president and MLA Abu Azmi with party workers participate in protest by riding bicycle and also meet Maharashtra Governor at Raj Bhavan due to price hike on petrol and dieseat,in Mumbai on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-AKM5UHYDERABAD JUN 25 (UNI): Hyderabad metro Rail Limited (HMRL) Managing Director NVS Reddy, Saplings of planting during 6th phase of Haritha Haram program in Hyderabad on Thursday. 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2020-06-25Now, Thane, Navi Mumbai wrestle with Covid surge, find ‘a Mumbai contact’ in most cases - ThePrint
Now, Thane, Navi Mumbai wrestle with Covid surge, find ‘a Mumbai contact’... IndiaGovernanceHealth Now, Thane, Navi Mumbai wrestle with Covid surge, find ‘a Mumbai contact’ in most cases The surge in satellite towns like Navi Mumbai and Thane comes even as Mumbai, spurred by Dharavi success, appears to be flattening the curve. Manasi Phadke 25 June, 2020 10:01 am IST Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email WhatsApp Devotees at the Rath Yatra festival in Thane Tuesday | Representational image | ANI Text Size: A- A+ Mumbai: Even as Covid-19 cases in Mumbai seem to have plateaued this month, the city’s satellite towns like Navi Mumbai and Thane are seeing a sudden spurt. Struggling against Covid-19 amid a manpower crunch and inadequate healthcare facilities, the civic bodies in all these towns cite a common factor for their predicament — their proximity to Mumbai. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) comprises eight major civic bodies that oversee the municipal limits of Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Thane, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan Dombivli, and Panvel. Between 1 June and 23 June, the total number of Covid-19 cases in Mumbai increased by about 70 per cent. In the same period, the total number of Covid-19 cases in the jurisdictions of the eight civic bodies surged by 235 per cent, according to Maharashtra government data. The fatality rate in these areas stood at 3 per cent as of Tuesday, which translates to 810 deaths among the 26,894 cases recorded so far. Officials from the civic bodies of these towns say cases snowballed after the Uddhav Thackeray-led state government partially relaxed the lockdown with its ‘Mission Begin Again’. The relaxations, which include allowing private offices to open with 10 per cent staff and government offices with 15 per cent, permit travel within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region without requiring a government-approved pass. The relaxations came into effect in phases from 3 June.  Also Read: Dharavi’s unexpected Covid success story has lessons for Delhi, other crowded cities ‘Mumbai contact in most cases’ The towns of Mira Road and Bhayander, which fall under the jurisdiction of the Mira-Bhayander Municipal Corporation, had 699 cases on 1 June, according to state government data. By 23 June, this number had swelled by almost 260 per cent to 2,510.  Chandrakant Dange, who was the civic body’s municipal commissioner until Tuesday when the state government shunted him out, told ThePrint, “Cases started increasing after the lockdown was relaxed on 3 June. Symptoms probably took four to five days to show, and, by 8 June, we started seeing a significant rise in the daily growth of cases. In almost 85-90 per cent of the Covid positive cases, we found there was a Mumbai contact.” The corporation, Dange added, has started door-to-door surveys for symptoms, ramped up testing to almost 500 per day from about 200-250 earlier, and tapped staff from private schools to manage its manpower shortage.  Besides Dange, the Thackeray-led government also transferred the chiefs of the municipal corporations of Thane, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar after these areas showed a sudden growth in Covid-19 cases in June.  In Navi Mumbai, the number of cases jumped to 5,923 on 23 June from 2,673 on 1 June. In Thane, cases shot up to 7,477 from 3,721 between 1 June and 23 June, while Ulhasnagar witnessed a rise to 1,084 from 331 in the same period.  “A number of drivers, conductors, doctors, nurses, bank employees live in Navi Mumbai and work in Mumbai,” said Jayawant Sutar, Mayor of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation. “Some private offices, too, have started functioning now with limited staff. That increases the risk of the virus spreading in Navi Mumbai.” According to Sutar, another reason for the high number of cases in Navi Mumbai is that the Agricultural Produce Market Committee mandi at Vashi had been open for almost the entire duration of the lockdown, and traders from Mumbai and the surrounding areas would often travel in and out of Navi Mumbai.  Sandeep Malvi, Deputy Municipal Commissioner and spokesperson at the Thane Municipal Corporation, also attributed the spurt to eased travel within the MMR.  “Travel within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region has eased. There is a lot more contact with Mumbai and other regions. We don’t know where all residents are travelling now,” he said.  “The new cases are mostly from apartments and high rises, whereas we have the situation very much under control in slums,” he said, adding that Thane is doing better than other civic bodies around Mumbai in terms of the number of new cases per day.  Vinita Rane, Mayor, Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation, said, “Cases suddenly shot up after the lockdown was relaxed and local trains to Mumbai for essential service providers were started. We were caught unawares. Now we are clambering to provide for adequate hospital beds. We are commissioning a field hospital, getting oxygen beds, ventilators. We are also taking cots in private hospitals.” Also Read: How big city Bengaluru managed to beat coronavirus while Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai struggle Cases in Mumbai may have plateaued  Meanwhile, Mumbai, which has become the centre of the Covid crisis in India, is showing signs that the curve may have flattened.  The doubling rate in the city, which was about 14 days at the beginning of June, is now at 38 days. The doubling rate in Dharavi, the congested slum that was once a Covid hotspot, has improved to 102 days.  On Tuesday, Mumbai reported its lowest single-day growth in cases since 13 May, with 846 new Covid-19 patients.  Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Chahal has gone on the record to say that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will be able to contain the spread of Covid-19 in the city by mid-July.  In a Facebook post Monday, Manisha Mhaiskar, Principal Secretary on deputation to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and member of the city’s Covid Task Force, said, “Mumbai is sitting on a plateau in June. Daily positives are steady between 1,000 and 1,200, admissions have stabilised. There are vacant beds even in KEM (civic-run King Edward Memorial Hospital). There is no longer a pressure to commission a ward every alternate day.” This, she said, “is even after two full weeks of unlockdown (sic) in the form of ‘Mission Begin Again’,” she added. Referring to the Mumbai administration’s targeted campaign to trace Covid-19 incidence in the city, she said, “‘Chase the virus’ is working.”  Also Read: How Covid hotspot Dharavi, Asia’s largest slum, fought against all odds to flatten the curve   ThePrint is now on Telegram. For the best reports & opinion on politics, governance and more, subscribe to ThePrint on Telegram. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Show Full Article TAGSCoronavirusCOVID-19MMRUddhav Thackeray Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email WhatsApp Previous articleTrump’s HCQ push still keeps US door open for India’s banned Ipca LabsNext articleDelhi and Mumbai’s high Covid tally linked to severe air pollution levels, say experts Manasi Phadke RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR CBSE cancels Class 12, 10 exams, tells SC it will assess students on basis of last 3 results Film, TV bodies resolve insurance, salary issues to make way for shooting resumption Bihar election is more crucial for Modi than Nitish. 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2020-06-25Man held for killing senior citizen over debt repayment in Thane - United News of India
Man held for killing senior citizen over debt repayment in ThaneThane, Jun 25 (UNI) A vegetable vendor has been arrested for allegedly killing a senior citizen, to whom he owed a loan of Rs 5,000 taken under financial duress during lockdown, police said here on Thursday.The accused has been identified as Vitthal Dudeshia (32).On June 19, the body of businessman Sherumal Kerumal Ramnani (70) was found at a secluded spot in Vasaar village of Ulhasnagar suburb. Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsnCov: 263 new cases, tally rises to 4299 in Mah's Aurangabad25 Jun 2020 | 11:39 PMAurangabad,Maharashtra,Jun 25 (UNI) With 232 new cases of novel Coronavirus on Thursday, the number of infected surged to 4299.see more..Latur reports 15 new nCoV cases, tally reaches 26625 Jun 2020 | 11:13 PMLatur, Jun 25 (UNI) With 15 new COVID-19 cases, Latur's caseload jumped to 266 on Thursday while one person lost his life taking the death toll to 14.see more..Indian Army's engineer dies while trying to save solider in Galvan Valley25 Jun 2020 | 11:03 PMNashik, Jun 25 (UNI) An engineer of Indian Army from the Nimgol village of the district has been martyred while trying to save a soldier from being swept away in a river at Galvan Valley of Tibet on Indo-China border.see more..CBI files chargesheet against Rana Kapoor, Wadhawans among others in Yes Bank scam25 Jun 2020 | 10:31 PMMumbai, Jun 25 (UNI) The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday filed a chargesheet against Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor, his family members, Dewan Housing Finance Ltd promoters and others in the case of Rs 3,700-crore Yes Bank fraud before a special CBI court here.see more..Ichalkaranji court sentences lifer for murdering his wife25 Jun 2020 | 10:05 PMKolhapur, Jun 25 (UNI) Ichalkaranji town additional session judge H B Shelke on Thursday sentenced life imprisonment and imposed a fine Rs Five thousand to accused, who murdered his wife at Rui village of Hatkanangale tehsil of this district.see more.. 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2020-06-25‘Band, baaja’ for parents of bride, groom & wedding hall manager: 80 guests at ceremony - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Thursday, June 25, 2020, 5:48 AM IST Mumbai: Case filed against parents of bride, groom, hall manager for organising wedding attended by about 80 guestsBy Narendra Gupta The families and guests had not obtained permission and were in flagrant violation of social distancing normsUlhasnagar: Ulhasnagar Police have registered a case against three people, including the parents of the bride, groom and manager of a wedding hall, for organising a wedding attended by about 80 guests on Tuesday.Rajendra Kadam, senior inspector, Ulhasnagar police station, said, "On learning about the wedding function at the Sant Jairam Chhapru Hall, we rushed to the spot. The wedding was over and the gathering was at lunch.Rajendra Kadam further said, the families and guests had not obtained permission and were in flagrant violation of social distancing norms. Police marched the parents of the bride, groom and the hall manager to the police station and released them after filing an FIR.wedding banquetsRecent StoriesMumbai: Fire breaks out in office of Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait at Nariman Point; none hurt45 years of Emergency: How BJP leaders who fought Indira Gandhi's tyranny emulated herIndia-China standoff: Satellite images indicate Chinese army structures, soldiers in Galwan ValleyCoronavirus 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 June 25Despite opposition from Cong-NCP ministers, Uddhav keeps Ajoy Mehta as Principal Adviser 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
2020-06-25On Day 106 of pandemic, 3,890 new cases in state - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Thursday, June 25, 2020, 5:51 AM IST Maharashtra reports 3,890 new COVID-19 cases, total count rises to 1,42,900 By Swapnil Mishra As many as 208 more Covid-19 deaths were added to the state toll taking the total death tally to 6,739. Of these, 72 deaths happened in the last 48 hoursImage for representation purpose.Mumbai: Maharashtra on Wednesday recorded 3,890 new cases, taking the total number of Covid-19 infections to 1,42,900 on the 106th day since the outbreak of the pandemic in the state. This is the highest single-day case reported so far. The previous highest was 3,874 which was recorded on June 20.As many as 208 more Covid-19 deaths were added to the state toll taking the total death tally to 6,739. Of these, 72 deaths happened in the last 48 hours, an official said. The remaining 136 deaths added to the toll on Wednesday occurred over the last three months. This is the third highest death count to be added by Maharashtra since the pandemic began. On June 16, 1,328 unreported deaths were added by the state government.“These deaths went unreported over time and have been detected now as the data reconciliation process continues in Maharashtra,” said Dr Pradip Awate, state surveillance officer.Of the 136 deaths, maximum were from Mumbai (82), followed by Solapur (13), Nashik (10), NaviMumbai (9), Jalgaon (8), Kalyan-Dombivali (5), Thane (3) and one each in Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Akola and Satar. However, one death reported in Maharashtra was a resident of another state.According to the public health department of the BMC, there were 1,144 corona cases and 120 deaths in the city on Wednesday, bringing the total count in the city to 69,625, with 3,964 deaths until now. The mortality rate for the city is 5.61 per cent.“Thirty-eight of the 120 deaths occurred in the last 48 hours, while 82 were from the previous period. However, 76 patients had comorbidities,” said Dr Daksha Shah, executive health officer, BMC. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, 847 people with suspected Covid symptoms were admitted to various government centres in Mumbai.Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) remains a problem area with a total of 4,923 Covid-19 deaths and the number of positive cases crossing the one lakh mark to reach 104,325Thane - with 27,880 cases and 773 fatalities - has emerged as the second worst-hit district after Mumbai in the state. Pune district is in the third position with 17,445 patients and 637 deaths till now. Currently, there are 103 laboratories for Covid diagnosis in the state – 60 government and 43 private ones. Of the 8,23,775 laboratory samples, 1,42,900 have been tested positive (17.34%) for COVID-19 until Wednesday. Currently, 5,57,948 people are in home quarantine and 33,581 people are in institutional quarantine. (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-19 in MaharashtraRecent StoriesMumbai: Fire breaks out in office of Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait at Nariman Point; none hurt45 years of Emergency: How BJP leaders who fought Indira Gandhi's tyranny emulated herIndia-China standoff: Satellite images indicate Chinese army structures, soldiers in Galwan ValleyCoronavirus 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 June 25Despite opposition from Cong-NCP ministers, Uddhav keeps Ajoy Mehta as Principal Adviser 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
2020-06-25Maharashtra has shunted 48 babus since March, others fear a similar fate - Times of India
Maharashtra has shunted 48 babus since March, others fear a similar fateTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiNariman Point FireMumbai Lockdown NewsMumbai Corona UpdateMaharashtra Corona CasesMaharashtra has shunted 48 babus since March, others fear a similar fatePrafulla Marpakwar | TNN | Updated: Jun 25, 2020, 13:04 ISTPhoto used for representational purpose onlyMUMBAI: A day after chief minister Uddhav Thackeray shunted out Thane municipal commissioner Vijay Singhal and heads of three other civic corporations in the region over "inept handling" of the coronavirus crisis, collectors and civic chiefs across the state fear they too could be shifted at any moment if there is an increase in Covid-19 cases or deaths in their respective regions. Between March 16 and June 23, the state government has shifted a record number of 48 bureaucrats, of whom around 12 were shunted out for "failure" to tackle the Covid situation. Praveen Pardeshi was the first in the rank of additional chief secretary to be transferred from the BMC due to a spurt in Covid cases and deaths in Mumbai. It was stated he was shifted following critical observations of a central committee that reviewed the situation in the city. It said there was no targeted approach, and contact-tracing of Covid patients was poor. Pardeshi's transfer order on the government site, though, stated he was shifted for administrative reasons and in public interest. Solapur municipal commissioner Deepak Taware was shifted to the Maharashtra State Warehousing Corporation. Jalgaon collector Avinash Dhakne was shifted for the stated reason of a sudden spurt in Covid deaths. After Dhakne handed over charge on June 18, in four days, deaths rose further from 149 to 191. New collector Abhijit Raut took over on June 18. Along with Pardeshi and Singhal, municipal commissioners of Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Nizampur and Panvel have been replaced too. Former principal secretary Mahesh Zagade said it is the CM's prerogative to transfer bureaucrats, but before appointing them, at least for crucial posts, his office should assess their competence. A bureaucrat who has been shunted out said earlier there were no clear guidelines on the treatment protocol nor was a proper policy in place. "Within a week of the outbreak, the public health department should have come out with a treatment protocol. In its absence, for a prolonged period, district collectors were on their own." 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2020-06-24Mumbai unlock 1.0 news: Today's updates - Times of India
Mumbai unlock 1.0 news: Today's updatesTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Coronavirus NewsMumbai Lockdown NewsFire in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona CasesMumbai unlock 1.0 news: Today's updatesTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jun 24, 2020, 15:00 ISTThermal test drive at Dharavi Khambdev Nagar in Mumbai (file photo)As the Central and state governments allow phase-wise relaxation in curbs to get the life up and running again following over two months of lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid-19, we bring you the latest updates from Mumbai. *Bombay HC allowed BMC to use a private building in Byculla as a quarantine facility for persons in contact with Covid-19 patients. *BMC’s universal testing allows labs to accept e-prescriptions *Update at 2.11pm: The death toll of cops in Maharashtra has touched 51. The number of positive cases among cops in the state has crossed 4,000. Of these over a 1,000 are active cases. *Update at 1.25pm: A traffic cop from Mira-Bhayander who was in the forefront tackling the migrant exodus during lockdown succumbed to Covid-19. *Maharashtra to frame societies rules for maids, visitors *The congested Mumbai Metropolitan Region crossed one lakh coronavirus cases on Tuesday. The region, which includes Mumbai, has contributed 73-80% of the cases in the state since the beginning of the pandemic. *Four civic chiefs in Mumbai Metropolitan Region shunted out as Covid-19 cases rise *Update at 9.58am: India’s infection tally rises to 4,56,183, death toll to 14,476 as record single-day jump of 15,968 Covid-19 cases & 465 fatalities, reports PTI quoting health ministry. *BMC shuts 2 Covid centres in Dharavi as cases, mortality dip *The BMC stated that those above 70 years of age can get test themselves without a prescription. *As part of its Mission Universal Testing, BMC will allow Covid tests by labs on the basis of e-prescriptions. *As Covid-19 cases in MMR surge, the state government late Tuesday transferred municipal commissioners of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, and Mira-Bhayander. *As on Tuesday, MMR reported 1,01,496 cases, or 73% of Maharashtra’s total of 1,39,010. Also, deaths in MMR were 4,781, or 73.2% of the state’s 6,531. *The congested Mumbai Metropolitan Region, probably one of the most densely populated regions in the world, crossed one lakh coronavirus cases on Tuesday. 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2020-06-24Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of June 24 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of June 24 By FPJ Web DeskCoronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of June 24 Photo Credit: PTIThane on Tuesday reported 925 COVID-19 cases, taking the district's count to 23,492, while 41 deaths during the day took the toll to 812, an official said. The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane city is now 6,630, Kalyan 3,970, Mira-Bhayander 2,481, Navi Mumbai 5,072, Ulhasnagar 1,208, Bhiwandi 1,239, Ambernath 1,322, Badlapur 593 and Thane Rural 977, he informed. Meanwhile, Vipin Sharma was appointed Thane municipal commissioner in place of Vijay Singhal whose new posting has not been announced as yet. In neighbouring Palghar, the number of cases was 3,060, and 105 people have died of the infection so far.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 B3 Bhakti Society Anand Park Thane West4 504 Hanuman Soc. Chandanwadi Panchpakhadi thane West5 182 Lotu Sheth Chawl Haridas Nagar near Shankar Temple Behind Golden Park6 Parera Tower, Parera Nagar, Thane,7 NEW NASHENAN CHS NEAR K VILLA OPPOSITE SANJIVANI HOSPITAL8 Hansnagar Khopat Thane (W)9 Kolbad Jagmata Mandir, Khopat, Thane10 Shreerang society Near vrundavan bus stop11 Rustomjee Azziano, Rustomjee Urbaia,12 Siddheshwar Talav, Anna Madrasi Chawl , Thane13 HDFC bank, Panchpakhadi, thane14 SAINATH NAGAR NAMDEV VADI OPP NITIN rnMPANY THANF IA/FST15 Ganga Apt., behind Mukund Societ, Rutu Park llthalcar16 GULMOHAR PANCH PAKHADI THANE17 SATGURU APART BEHIND HOTEL UNNITED - 21 NEAR VARDHAMAN HALL THANE WEST18 MANDAR SOCIETY, SAROVAR DARSHAN TOWER, OPP TMC OFFICE PACHPAKHADI THANE19 SHANTIBAN CHSL, PANCHSHEEL NAGAR, THANE WEST20 CASTLE MIL AZAD NAGAR MASAN WADA THANE WEST LIFE LINE HOSPITAL KHOPAT21 KUNDCHANDRA SAHAKARI SOCIETY UTHALSAR ROAD OPP HOLY CROSS SCHOOL23 Runwal Nagar Plot No. A Kolbad Road24 Gokuldas wadi Khopat thane25 ganeshwadi, panchpakhadi, Thane26 Near Pratap Cinema,Kolbad,CHINTAMANI GHARKUL27 Om Sai Chawl King Kong Nagar Dongripada Ghodbander Rd.28 Room no 734,Near to lala kirana store, Sai mandir, Patlipada, Ghodbander road, Thane..29 C/301, Olympia Building, Lodha Pura, ATHONY BLD LODHA Majiwada,30 Bramhand Society, Azadnagar, thane31 Saphire 2 Cosmos Jewel, near DMart Anand Nagar Thane32 Rajesh Shetty Chawl, Manorama Nagar,33 102, Standfrd Bldg. Hiranandani Estate, Manpada, Thane34 2102 Wing 19 H Lodha Amamra Kolshet Thane W35 1/77, Adarsh Chawl, Vitthal Mandir Road, Near Ghag Kirana Store, Thane36 Amrapali Saari Shivaji Negin Manpada37 Santosh Kirana Store, Azadnagar, Thane38 102, 1st Floor, Tirumala Chs, Majiwada, Thane39 L-1, Phase-2, Swastik Residency, Ghodbandar Road, Thane40 Durga Ghat Balkum Road, Tmc School Balkum, Thane41 Puranik Rumabali, Bhayendar pada, G.B.Rd. Thane42 A3 /401 Rosa Gardenia, Gb Road Kasarwadawali, Thane43 Highland Residency, Kolshet Rd, Thane44 Petunia Bldg, Kasarvadavli, Havre City, Thane45 KASARWADAWALI ,PARIJAT GARDEN THANE46 Galsnde Chawl Madan Mohan Compound New Services Road Near Jaipur Goidan47 B-402 Yashodeep Chs Kolshet Upper Thane W48 PAWANIK HOWNTOWN KASARVADAVALI , THANE49 Ver Chawl ,Jaibhavani Nagar, MAJIWADAGAO,Thane W50 A-4 101 HIGHLAND GARDEN DHOKALI THANE WEST51 C - 2 404 RUTU ESTATE PATALIPADA THANE WEST52 FLAT NO 1104 PLATHNA LODHA SPLENDORA THANE GHODABANDAR ROAD THANE53 KAPURBAWADI MOZES COMPOUND THANE54 BHOOMI ACRES PHASE F 701 BEHIND HIRANADANI ESTATE THANE W55 Athene Lodha Paradise APHRODITE Lodha Paradise Thane56 Vijay Nagari Waghbill Naka Ghodbandar Road Thane (W)57 Eros Bld. 706 Hiranandani Estate Patlipada Thane.58 Manan Chawl, Vijay Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane59 DPO NKT COLLEGE, Dhokali, Kolshet Road, Thane60 VISHAL APARTMENT KASARVADAVLI61 Chirag Nagar, Vartaknagar, Thane62 Pokhran Road - 2 Gandhi Nagar Thane63 Bhim Nagar Vartak Nagar64 VASANT VIHAR THANE-165 ATHARVA HEIGHTS POKHRAN ROAD NO.1,SHIVAI NAGAR THANE66 WINTER GARDEN, COSMOS LOUNGETLII SHIDHAM DHRAM VFFR NAGAR Thane67 Rameshwar Soc., B Wing, Nikkanth Heights, Devdaya Ngar, Pokharan No 268 44/311, Nav Adarsh Chs, Shivai Nagar,Thane W69 704,Kadavaba,Near Vasant Vihar Circle ,Thane70 103 Sharmishtha, Tara ngan, Behind Korum Mall Thane71 ASHOK NGR KOSLHET RD THANE72 RAHUL BHOIR CHAWL PARSAR COMPUNDSAIBABA MANDIR ,Shatrinagar73 GRACIA , DOSTI IMPERIA GHODBANDARROAD MANPADA THANE74 REGENCY PARK B EDSEN WOOD MANPADATHANE W75 HARSIK PARK, NEW MHADA, PAWAR NAGAR,THANE.76 PRADHA NIWAS YEOOR THANE W 40060677 NEAR DURGA MATA TEMPLE SHIVLAL CHAWL CHIRAG NAGAR RAJWADA POKHRAN ROAD THANE78 HAPPY VALLEY HOME PUNARVASAN, TIKUJINI WADI RD, MANPADA, THANE79 NEELKANTH CHS, Kadam Chawl Kapurbavadi Majiwada Thane (W)80 ASTER, NEELKANTH GREEN MANPADA,GREEN WOODS HUBTOWN, THANE81 Gardan Enclave Pokran Road-2 Vartak Nagar82 RM NO 74 1 NR APNA BAZAR POKHRAN RD NO 1 VARTAK NAGAR THANE WEST83 Prasad CHS, Pokharan Rd NO. 1 Vartak Nagar, Thane West, 40060684 Nr. Ajankya Tara CHS Shiva' Nagar Pokhran Rd. 1 thane W85 MMRD, PUNARVASAN BLD,MANPADA,THANE86 ORCHID BLD, PRESTIGES RESIDENCY,WAGHABILNAKA,MANPADA,THANE87 J K Gram, Thane West.88 Sawarkar nagar, PANCH PAGMASHWALA APPT, 1ST FLOOR89 Kulswamini Chawl, lokmanya nagar, Pada no.4, Thane90 VEDANT COMPLEX PHASE -2, Vijay Nagar, Vartak nagar, Thane91 Vaibhavlaxmi chwl, Near TMC school No.103,131 kajuwadi92 KOKANNIVAS CHAWL CHAITTI NAGAR, Lokamanya Nagar PADA NO 393 HANUMAN NAGAR LAXMI KRUPA CHAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W)94 Sambhaji Nagar Sagar Baug near Rahil Hotel Bakery95 Shiv Galli,Indiranagar Rd. No. 33 Rupadevipada 1 near Shiv Mandir, Thane96 DHARMVEER CHAWL ,CHAWL NO.03,ROOM NO. 1, JAI BHAVANI NAGAR ,WAGLE ESTATE97 204, 2nd Flr. Sai Apt. Sawarkar Nagar Near Municipal Office98 Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No 3, Parera Nagar, Near Mauli Kirana Store, Pawar Nagar, Thane99 ROOM NO 2 SAI CHARAN CHAWL INDIRA NAGAR TEKDI WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W)100 B/37 4th Fl. Shanti Apt R No 22 Near Thakur School Savarkar Nagar101 Ambewadi, Room No. 1202, Near Madin Masjid, Wagle Estate, Thane (West)102 Sai Sitra Chawl, Indra Nagar, Road On 22, Opp Laxmi Medical , Near Bush Bldg Rupadevi Pada, No 2, Thane103 Annabhou Sathenagar, wagle estate104 Dharamveer Chawl, Sainathnagar, Kajuwadi105 Guruprashad Apt. Mahatma Phule Nagar106 Plot No-15, Room No-B-15, Shree Gajanan Co.Op Hsg Soc Mhada Vasahat Savarkar Nagar Thane107 Dyaneshwar Nagar, Gajanan Chawl, R.No.24, Thane108 Dosti Rental Bld.No.4 B Wing, Opp Runwal Plaza Vartak Nagar Thane West109 New Shramsafalya Chs C.B Kadm Chawl, Lokmanaya Nagar 3 Thane110 Mishra House, Opp. Arjun Sadan Bldg, Lokmanya Nagar Pada No-2, Thane West111 104, Meeth Apartment, Sant Dnyneshwar Nagar, Wagle Estate, Thane West-400604112 Room No. 1, Sadguru Krupa Niwas, Shastri Nagar, Bhoir Compound, Thane West113 Lokmanya Nagar Solapur Chawl, Thane114 Vigavaharta Socity Yashodhan Nagar, Thane (W)115 Jai Santoshi Maa Tower Luiswadi Thane116 SAYADRI CHAWL SAVARKAR NGAR THANE117 Nagadarshan Apartment Room No 104 Near Jain Mandir Lokmanyanagar Pada No 1 Thane - 400606118 202 Chitra Kores Nakshatra Vartak Nagar Thane W119 GIRIDHAR SUDHAMA BUIILDING NR LOKMANYA BUS DEPO LOKMANYA NAGAR THANE120 Tarabai Dalvi Chawl, Dr. Bacchav Clinic, SHIV PREMI MITRA MANDAL CHAWL, Shastri Nagar121 VIJETA DOSTI VIHAR, DOSTI VIHAR VASANT, VARTAK NAGAR, THANE WEST122 Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No. 3, Zanje Nagar, SHIVNERI CHAWL Thane123 Danurdhar Bhavan first floor flat No.104 Padwalnagar Wagle Estate Thane (W)124 C.P.TALAO SHIV SHAKTI MITRA MANDAL NEAR SHANKAR MANDIR WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W)125 Kailasnagar ITA Circle wagle estate Thane (w)126 Ashtavinayak Apt ,Sadhbhavna Apt, Renuka Sadan, Devyani Sadan, Bhatwadi, Ashok Vihar, kailashnagar, Shanti Nagar, kisan nagar 3127 VISHVDIP BUILDING, SALIYOG GURUKRUPA BLDG, RATAN BAI COMPOUND,Bhagyashree Apartment, VIJAY APPARTMENT, Supe Sudan,Pitkar Niwas, Shivajinagar, thane128 2/205 kinara Apt. kisan Nagar no 2129 SURESH SMRITI BUILDING, ROOM NO 5, KISAN NAGAR 3, WAGLE ESTATE, THANE130 Waralipada near bavadi Shreenagar131 Silky Apt room no 3 in front of Oil depo Kisan Nagar no 2132 Shanti bhavan room no 6 kisan nagar no3 opp bus stop near vinod jewllers thane133 Shiv Shakti Nagar Behind Sunrise Bussiness park Kisan Nagar 2134 41 Shukla Building 2nd Floor Padwal Nagar135 Usha Kiran bldg, Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.3, Near Bhatwadi Ganesh Chouk, Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.3136 Nutan Mirabld B Wing Kisan Nagar Wagle Estate Thane137 Wagale Estate, Nehru Nagar - 1, Thane138 Gurav Chwal Near Malti Devi School , Ambika Nagar 2, Rd No 16, Wagale Estate Thane139 Wagle Estate, Kisan Nagar, D Souza Wadi, Room 16, 1st Floor, Devikrupa Bulding, Thane140 107/Shishaul Building Road No. 16 Kisan Nagar141 Ram Nagar, Wagle Estate Road No. 28 Near Ram Chakki thane west142 103/Hawjabai Niwas Kisan Nagar, 3 Wagle Estate Thane (W)143 INDIRANAGAR CHAWL KISANNAGAR NO.2144 GUUAR CHAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE WEST145 NEW DHANASHREE APT HAJURI NEAR SAVERA HOTEL THANE146 Jay Maharashtra Nagar, Wagale Estate Thane147 SUNISH APT., KISAN NAGAR NO 2148 B/14 D,Silver Police Line Court Naka Thane149 Aditya building, new Police Tower Mahagiri Thane150 " Laxmiwadi Chendani Koliwad Meethbandar Road Thane ( East )151 Rm.no18 , sathe wadi near dnyansadhana college152 Maya Villa, Raheja Garden Thane W153 NAGSEN NAGAR NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR OPP.DADOJI STEDIUM154 Amar Tower Bhaskar Colony Naupada155 15/A-2, Kamlesh Chs, Kopari Colony, Thane156 Thane Medical Shop Govindji Apartment 3 Petrol Pump Thane157 1 Sapna CHS opp Anand Ashram Soc. B Cabin Naupada Thane W158 Rm. No. 8 Saikrupa Bldg. Kashish Park159 New Aanand Park, B/2 1001, Raugh Natu Nagar, Thane West-400604160 Hrudreshwar Bldg, Pimpal Pada Near Civil Hospt. Thane161 Blue belk Hotek pay road prem nagar parshi wadi kopari162 Khartan Rd, Near Thana College, TMC CHAWL OPP.SHEETAL DEVI MANDIR NR.DK STADIUM THANE163 Chendani Koliwada, Cement Rd, R/N-118, Thane.164 Dadaji Kondedev R-7 R.No.802 Thane165 102 Om Sai Prasad B Cabin Naupada Thane166 Bim Paradise, Swami Samarth ,Thane167 C-1' Flat No-26, Siddharth Nagar Soc, Kopri Thane East168 Bandhu Smruti Nakhava Compound Thane West169 R no 1 Laxmi apt Old bombay road Charai170 kisan nivas near rutuja appr kopri village kopri thane ,171 3 Satyadeep Soc Shushil D-Wing Vishnu Nagar Naupada172 Phulabi Chawl Maruti Niwas 3rd Floor Prasahant Nagar Nr Naupada Police Station Naupada Thane W - 400602173 Siddhivinayak Nagar, Patil Wadi ,Near K L Colony Kopari Thane174 GAJ VAKR BUILDING SHIVAJI PATH NEAR M H HIGH SCHOOL NEW PRABHAT NAGAR175 CHSRam Maruti Rd. New English School Ganesh Kutlr C176 Gupta Chawl Rm No 12 Raghunath Nagar Thane Wagle Estate Thane177 NANDKUMAR KRUPA TOWER,HAZURI DARGAH ,WAGLE ESTATE, Sitala Singh Chawl Near Shiv Mandir Noon( Baba Road178 anandnagar oppo. Kopari bridge, kopari179 SAWLE WADI CHINTAMANI GHARKUL, Dalvi Chawl , Namdev Wadi Behind Pimpleshwar Mandir, Panchpakhadi Naupada180 DR AMBEDKAR RD OPP PRAVIN GEN STORE, VIKAS PALMS THANE W181 32 AHILYA BEHIND ICICI BK GAJANAN MOHAMMAD CHOWK THANE W182 POLICE ADHIKSHAK VISHRAM GHRUH,SURAJ HOTEL,TEMBHI NAKA. MAY CHS183 SATYA PRAMIES CHS, GAVAND OP RAJDEEP SOC NAUPADA, THANE184 603 2 ACC KING CHS MENTAL HOSPITAL ROAD THANE W 400604185 GANESH DARSHAN ,OPP GEETA SOCIETY CHALW THANE WEST Near Ganesh Tawkies186 Laxmi Apt. Gholai nagar Atkoneshwarnagar Thane (N)187 Bhaskar nagar Kalwa Thane188 Jagnath Appt. Vitawa, Kalwa189 Rm. No. 27, Santoshi Chawl, near Agreseen School, Thane Belapur Rd. Kalwa East190 103 A/2 Vaishanavi dham complex Near vitthal mandir kharigaon kalwa191 Sai ashirvad A-2,SURYA NAGAR,VITAWA192 Bldg. No. 5 B-wing 2nd Floor Sudama CHS Old Mumbai-Puna Rd. Kalwa193 Resident Doctor at CSMH Thane194 Suryanagar Gate No.1 Vitawa Kalwa Thane (W)195 SANKALP CHS,. MANISHA NAGAR - 2, KALWA, THANE196 Anand Vihar Complex,Near Railway Phatak Kharegaon ,Kalwa East,Tha197 Rajashree Shahu Chawl, R/N 3, New ShivajiNagar, Thakurpada, Kalwa, Thane198 Shiv Shrusti Kharegaon, Thane199 R.No.202, Chawandai Residency, Parsik Nagar Kalwa200 Janki Nagar, Pipeline, Manisha Nagar, Kalwa West201 Rm. No. 1, Narayan Krupa Chawl Vitava Kalwa202 Om Saraswati Apt Opp New Kalwa High School Kalwa203 Trupti Apt Room No C 2 Bhola Nagar Kalwa Thane204 gauridarshan chs, A-4, 1st floor, opposite gaondevi mandir, kalwa thane205 402 5th Floor Pundlik Housing Society Thane Belapur Road Behind Jakat Naka Kalva West - 400605206 Nirmala Devi Nagar Near Goikar Maidan Waghoba Nagar Kalwa Thane207 VARADVINAYAK,KHAREGAON Near Gulmohar Society Kalwa Thane208 SHRI GANESH CH, Shiv Premal Chs R N 203 B Wing Vikram Nagar Kalwa209 CREACK VIEW 2ND FLOOR ROOM 102 KALWA NAKA210 PARSIK RATI BANDER HANUMAN NAGR DATTA CHAWL,211 Ganesh apartment 5th floor Bhudhajinagar kalwa212 Room No. 502, 5th floor Gauri Darshan Apt. Near Hiradevi Mandir Kharegaon Thane (W), MADAN CHS213 Kantabai building, GAGAN PRASAD BLDG, shastrinagar ,Vitawa KALWA214 Shashtri Nagar Mafatlal Company opposite Durga Mandir, Atkoneshwar Kalwa215 KESHAV HEIGHTS KALWA THANE216 nar kaushlya co op soc room no 405 nr bhavika vidyalay pakhadi kharijan kalwa thane217 Kalwa Gandhi Nagar Near Bana Tower R No-01 Kalwa218 SAI NIWAS COOPERATIVE H SOCITEY NEAR SAHAKAN BAZAN KALWA219 SAMRAT ASHOK NAGAR KALWA EAST THANE220 A 104 SHRADDHA APT ANAND NAGAR KALWA E221 Shivgarjana Chawl, Atkoneshwar nagar, Kalwa222 Narayan park, Megha Apartment ,Vitawa, Kalwa223 NEW SHIM' NAGAR, KALWA224 Shivgarjana Chawl, Atkoneshwar nagar, Kalwa225 KHALIL MENSION ROOM NO 303/A WING GHASWAL COMPOUND KAUSA226 B3/903, MM Valley, Mumbra, Thane227 Room No.3 Sarkar Tower Dauladnagar Chand nagar Kausa ThaneC/102, NEW NASHMAN COLONY, OPP TANWAR NAGAR, KAUSA228 MUMBRA, MUSAKHASAM, ROOM 204, OPP MUMBRA RAILWAY STATION, THANE229 NEAR CHARNI PADA KAUSA GAON230 105 /6-1 SHAMSHAD NAGAR KAUSA231 Abida Manzi! A-wing Kausa Mumbra232 Nasim baug Amrut Nagar, Mumbra, Thane233 Janta Colomy, Jeevan Baug, Mumbra234 REHAN BAUG,G-BLDG,B-206,DEURI PADA,KAUSA,THANE-400612235 PRIME NEST BUILDING NEAR HIGH INTENSITY GYM, MUMBRA. - 400612236 Rashid compound , Mumbra , Thane237 Irfan Palace, B-Wing , 1st Fool, 101, Rashid Compound, Kausa, Mumbra238 Madina Manzi! B-Wing Room No-2 Red Rose Society, Mumbra, Thane - 400612239 Room No-1 Ground Floor B Wing Mehfooz Apt Near Rehmania Hospital, Mumbra, Thane240 Kgn Apt, Near Bosco School, Rashid Camp, Kausa241 A 102, Raut Apt, Near Police Chowki, Kausa242 Hashmat Park, Rashid Compound, Kausa Mumbra243 Gurukrupa Chawl, Sanjay Nagar, Mumbra244 Ashiyana Tower,B - 701, Above Millennium Hospital, Kausa, Mumbra245 1st Floor Rashida Palace Tahkur Pada Hanuman Nagar Mumbra Thane246 Room No 103, 1st Floor, Kiran Height Sonaji Nagar Mumbra - 400612247 304, B2, Minar Regency, Shimla Park248 Noorani Apt 1st, Floor S, Qureshi Hotel Mumbra, Thane249 Nooriapt 2nd 202 Near Gazi Mahal Amrut Nagar Mumbra, Thane250 Roshni Apt ,G/2 A Wing Near Parsik Tunnel , Mumbra251 Shadab Manzi1,5th/501 Santosh Nagar ,Bombay Colony ,Mumbra252 A-402 Ammar Garden , Near Sherreen Villa , KausaMumbra , Thane - 400612253 R. No.1 Eknath Chawl Amrut Nagar, Mumbra, Shivaji Nagar,254 Zahoor Chwal Room No 1/Bb Rashid Compund Kausa Mumbra255 SHRILANKA DEVRIPADA ALIMIYA COMPOUND RM NO 8 AMRUTNAGAR MUMBRA THANE256 Devi Roa,Ruse Apt, Kailashgiri nagar, Mumbra devi road, Mumbra257 Isha Apt, Kausa Market Garden Palace, Mumbra, Thane258 AASRA HEIGHTS 105-106 A WING NEXT TO DOSTI BHARAT GEAR KAVSA MUMBRA, NEAR BY PASS SINIK NAGAR MUMBRA259 SHREE GANESH KRUPA CHAWL R N 14 KAILASH NAGAR DARGA RD MUMBRA260 SAI TOWER DATTUR WADI MUMBRA THAN261 ROOM NO 603 GEEN LAND DBUILDING SHEEL PHATA MUMBRA 400612262 SAI SUMAN APT B WING 3RD FLOOR 305 UDAY NAGAR MUMBRA THANE 400612263 HOUSE NO-531 VESIBANDAR VANBAVDI SARDAR COLONY ROAD GHADGE CHAWL MUMBRA THANE264 APT New Manoj Niwas, thakurpada Mumbra , PATIL A265 Nuri Chand Nagar, Kausa Thane266 LALYA MUMBREKAR HOUSE GROUND FLOOR NEAR JAMA MAJJID KAUSA MARKET267 Mustafa tower charnipada road compaund kausa,Thane268 New Memon Colony,Khadi Machine Rd,Kausa,Mumbra - 400612269 SHAHU NAGAR Chawl opp WASIM APT MUMBRA RAILWAY LINE MUMBRA THANE270 Mukta Residency Padle Gay near Khidkali mandir Diva271 Bharat Mhatre Chawl No 2 Room No 10 Datiwali Manpada Road Near Kct School Diva272 SAMARTH CHAWAL R NO 5 MAHATRE OFFICE NEAR AKANKASHA HOLL BR NAGAR DIVA E273 Ayappa chawl, ganesshnagar, ganeshwadi, Diva East274 Bramha Apt. Suresh Nagar Diva275 Ramchandra society A wing, Diva E276 Adatiya Apt H.S.0 Diva Agasen Road Maruti Nagar Diva Thane277 Ganesh Apt, Sabe Road, Eguare Drashan , B- Wing, Diva E, Thane278 r no403 bil-2 vikas mhatre gale diva east279 PARLIAT CHS BLD NO 2 DIVAR AGARSAN ROAD MATHOSHRI NGR DIVA280 RAM NGAR OMKAR BHAIRAV CHAWL R NO 6 CHALW - 2 DIVA E281 R NO 1 15T FLR NADAR APT OMKAR NGR DIVA282 ISHWAR KRUPA APT, SONU PLAZA, NEAR MTNL OFFICE, NAGWADI DIVA283 LAKSHMI NIWAS ROOM NO 411 BHIVASAI ROAD ABIDEV BANK DIVA EAST284 ROOM NO 301 A WING SNEHAL APARTMENT GANESH WADEKAR SCHOOL MUMBRADEVI ROAD DIVA E285 DESAI RD SHIL RD NR DATTA TEMPLE THANE286 NANDI APT. DIVA EAST287 SUDAMA CHS B WING R NO 104 DIVA288 Sai Shrushti Height Bldg. B/3 Flat No 103 Shil Phata Road Khardigaon Thane289 KOKATE COMPOUND GALA NO12 SHIL PHATA MUMBRA-400612290 ROOM NO 2 DAWLE GOAN BHARAT GEAR KAUSA MUMBRA -400612 (To view our epaper please click here. 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2020-06-24United Nations honours Kerala for efforts to fight coronavirus - Business Insider India
United Nations honours Kerala for efforts to fight coronavirusUnited Nations honours Kerala for efforts to fight coronavirusIANSJun 24, 2020, 08:41 ISTBCCLKerala on Tuesday was among those honoured for tackling the Covid-19 pandemic when the United Nations celebrated the Public Service Day. The function, held on a virtual platform, saw the participation of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and other top UN dignitaries who applauded all the leaders which included state Health Minister K.K. Shailaja for effectively tackling Covid-19. Speaking on the occasion, Shailaja noted that the experiences of tackling Nipah virus and the two floods - 2018 and 2019 - where the health sector played a crucial role, all helped in tackling Covid-19 timely. Advertisement"Right from the time when Covid cases got reported in Wuhan, Kerala got into the track of the WHO and followed every standard operating protocols and international norms and hence, we have been able to keep the contact spread rate to below 12.5 per cent and the mortality rate to 0.6 per cent," she said. SEE ALSO: Coronavirus cases in India state wise Coronavirus News and Updates {{}} Next StoryFour civic commissioners transferred after coronavirus cases increase in Mumbai metropolitan regionPopular on BI1FDA warns against 9 hand sanitizers that contain toxic levels of methanol and can be deadly if ingested or absorbed through skin2Patanjali told to stop promoting "covid drug" before it's tested by government3From TCS and Infosys to Microsoft and Kissflow ⁠— this is what top execs have to say about productivity in remote workingLatest Stories Karnataka Health Minister hints at lockdown in Covid-hit Bengaluru again Worst of COVID-19 is yet to come in South Africa: Top scientist With 203 fresh COVID-19 cases, Assam's tally crosses 6,000-mark 4 booked for objectionable Whatsapp post on PM, HM 3 deaths, 879 new COVID-19 cases reported in Telangana Trending NewsFabifluChinese AppsTelangana lockdown guidelinesPuri Jagannath YatraDomestic FlightsPetrol Diesel PriceCovid-19 PatientAcharya BalakrishnaCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMaharashtra lockdown guidelinesDeath Cases in MaharashtraChinese App AlternativesSpicejetTamilnadu lockdown GuidelinesFour civic commissioners transferred after coronavirus cases increase in Mumbai metropolitan regionKarnataka Health Minister hints at lockdown in Covid-hit Bengaluru againWith 203 fresh COVID-19 cases, Assam's tally crosses 6,000-markCOVID-19IndiaCases: 440kDeaths: 14kRecovered: 248kCOVID-19WorldCases: 8.86mnDeaths: 465kRecovered: 4.51mnCOVID-19USACases: 2.24mnDeaths: 119kRecovered: 640kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageUnited Nations honours Kerala for efforts to fight coronavirusFour civic commissioners transferred after coronavirus cases increase in Mumbai metropolitan regionKarnataka Health Minister hints at lockdown in Covid-hit Bengaluru againWith 203 fresh COVID-19 cases, Assam's tally crosses 6,000-markAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapPopular CategoriesTech NewsPolicy NewsPersonal Finance NewsMobile NewsBusiness NewsEcommerce NewsAuto NewsStartups NewsStock Market NewsFinance NewsEntertainment NewsEconomy NewsCareers NewsApps NewsInternational NewsPolitics NewsEducation NewsAdvertising NewsLife NewsHealth NewsScience NewsIndia NewsRetail NewsSports NewsPersonalities NewsCorporates NewsEnvironment NewsWorld NewsTrending Right NowCentral bank of IndiaCheck jio BalanceBSNL Mobile balanceChinese Mobile CompanyIndian Mobile CompanyTelangana Coronavirus casesKarnataka Coronavirus CasesGoogle PhotosOBC BankPM KisanCoronavirus cases in HaryanaChinese AppsCheck Balance in SBIHow to check Vodafone BalanceUttarakhand Coronavirus caseslargest economies in the worldCoronavirus cases in DelhiContainment zones in KolkataMumbai Containment ZonesPune Containment ZonesMore from our PartnersCOURSERAMaster Business Fundamentals from WhartonLeadership and Business Skill for Immediate I... Take Big Data from University of California S... Take Machine Learning from University of Wash... Read MoreThe Weather ChannelSilent Helpers: 4 Underrated Animals that Pro... Patanjali Launches Ayurvedic Drug 'Coronil' f... West Bengal, Assam In For Extremely Heavy Mon... Monsoon 2020: Monsoon Rains to Enter Haryana ... Read MoreWattpadA Heart Can HopeA Sliver of HopeSomething To Live ForLast Drop of WaterRead More
2020-06-24Most days we sleep on an empty stomach: Three PMC Bank depositors left with nothing amid COVID pandemic - Mumbai Mirror
Most days we sleep on an empty stomach: Three PMC Bank depositors left with nothing amid COVID pandemicYou are in an offline modeMost days we sleep on an empty stomach: Three PMC Bank depositors left with nothing amid COVID pandemicByPayal GwalaniPayal Gwalani / Updated: Jun 24, 2020, 07:23 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeKOMAL VALECHHA, JASPAL KAUR MEHTAAs the pandemic puts more pressure PMC Bank depositors, Mirror speaks to three single women who worked hard their whole lives but now have nothing It has been nine months since the Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative Bank scam was unearthed. On Friday, the Reserve Bank increased the withdrawal limit for depositors from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh. However, it also extended the regulatory restriction on the bank by another six months, until December 22. As depositors continue to suffer for no fault of their own, Mirror spoke to three women - all single and over 50 - who had toiled their whole lives for their children, and a comfortable retirement, but are now left with nothing. Auditors slash 134 inflated Covid bills by Rs 23.4 lakh across 26 hospitalsAudit was ordered after many complaints of overcharging for Covid-19 treatment at private hospitals ‘I always told myself the hard work would pay off one day’■ PUSHPA AMBWANI, 50 Becoming a single mother at the young age of 24 and having to raise her son all by herself didn’t scare Pushpa Ambwani. Instead, it pushed her to work hard at her job as a hospital administrator. “Often, this meant I had to leave my son by himself for days and go to other cities as part of my job. I always told myself that this would pay off in the long run as I would be able to provide my son with a good life,” she said. Being in the medical field, she has been working overtime for the last few months and even got infected with Covid-19. “Thankfully, my employers took care of the hospitalisation,” she said. After a few days in quarantine, she was back at work at the hospital. Before the PMC Bank scam hit, Ambwani put together some money for her son’s higher education and saved enough for herself to take it easy for a while. Her son would start earning in a couple of years. But then the scam came to light. Before she could secure a job, the family had to borrow small sums of money for their daily needs. “As a middle-class person, you work hard all your life to reap the benefits. You plan all the details of your future expenses and save accordingly. That’s what I did as well. But today, I am unable to pay the premium for my insurance or the maintenance for my flat,” said Ambwani. Mumbai's Covid peak may have passed, but monsoon, unlocking, and new pockets of infection remain a concernState Task Force head Dr Sanjay Oak says all indicators point to a recovery, but not yet time to let your guard down as monsoon, unlocking, and new pockets of infection remain a concern ‘I have not bought vegetables for weeks’■ KOMAL VALECHHA, 55 For 30 years, Komal Valechha from Ulhasnagar ran a tailoring business from her house. She dreamt that after years of hard work, she would educate her children well, marry off her daughter in a grand ceremony, and buy a house of her own. Despite saving enough money for all of this, she could do none of it. Valechha’s husband walked out on her and their three children 20 years ago. “I was actually relieved despite all the difficulties, as he used to beat me and the children,” she said. Often, she would sleep at 2 am and wake up at 6 am to work. Even her children would help her. “I would deter them and ask them to focus on studies though,” she said. Last year, she was finally able to buy property. She had just one installment left to pay when she got to know of the scam. “I had gone to the bank where my arm got injured. Now, I am unable to sew. For the last installment, I had to borrow money from someone,” she said. Her elder son is now married with children. “He has his own expenses so I can’t be a burden on him,” said Valechha. But her younger son has been bedridden for many months. “He used to work earlier. Now, he can’t even stand up, and throws up anything I feed him. Doctors say his condition is a result of stress,” she said. A few days ago, she got her daughter married in a simple ceremony. Now, despite finally owing a house, Valeccha is debt-ridden. “We had taken the loan thinking both of us would earn and pay it off. But both of us are in no condition to work now,” she said. For the past month, the mother and son have not eaten a proper meal. “I have not bought vegetables for weeks. Most days, we have nothing to cook and often sleep on an empty stomach,” she said. Valeccha said she would still do whatever work she could if someone gave her the chance to earn and pay her debts. BMC seeks Mumbai Police's help to trace 70 COVID-19 patients who went missing from MaladBrihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has sought Mumbai Police's help to trace 70 coronavirus patients, who went missing. ‘Don’t want handouts, I just want my money’■ JASPAL KAUR MEHTA, 77 An army kid, Jaspal Kaur Mehta spent her life working hard. After her husband died in 1975, when she was just 29, she put herself through college while also taking care of her three children. Her education gave her the opportunity to work as a housekeeping staff in five-star hotels. When her only son turned 20, she contemplated retirement. “At the time, I was working at Baroda. I gave up the job and my pension at my son’s insistence as he wanted me to have an easier life,” she recalled. However, soon after she came back to Mumbai, her son died in an accident. Once again, Mehta joined the workforce. “I have never asked for monetary help from anyone, not even my family. I worked hard all through life to save Rs 20 lakh so that I wouldn’t have to do that in my old age,” she said. The plan worked for a few years, until her savings got stuck in PMC Bank last year. Mehta resolved the issue by renting a portion of her Andheri house to a paying guest a few months ago. However, this source of income didn’t last long either. She said, “[The paying guest] lost her job during the pandemic and decided to return to her hometown. I still need to pay for the maintenance of the flat, and have other bills too despite having no source of income,” she said. A depositor with PMC Bank for the past 40 years Mehta said, “I am a selfrespecting woman. 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2020-06-24COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 600-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath notch over 60 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 600-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath notch over 60 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 600-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath notch over 60 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 24, 2020, 20:16 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 69 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,277. Also, with 38 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 727 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 431 while 36 patients have died of the virus. Nine people tested positive in Punjabi Colony and eight in Dhobi Ghat (UNR-1). Four persons contracted the virus in Subhash Tekdi, Chopra Court, Siru Chowk and Aman Talkies Road and tested positive. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali reports 226 new COVID-19 cases, three deaths on WednesdayKalyan and Dombivali reported the death of three COVID-19 infected persons on Wednesday and the fatality count has increased to 85. Three persons each residing in Samrat Ashok Nagar, OT Section (UNR-3), Adarsh Nagar, Gayakwad Pada and Gandhi road tested positive for COVID-19. Two cases came up in Shanti Nagar, whereas one case each has been reported from Ulhasnagar-1 market, Section 19, OT Section (UNR-2), Rahul Nagar, Anand Nagar, Station Road, Ekta Nagar, Section 32, Bhakti Pith, VTC (UNR-4), Krishna Colony, Geeta Colony, Gujarati Pada, Section 36, Sardar Pada, Aashele Pada, Ulhasnagar-5, Tanaji Nagar and Hiranandani Chowk. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 84 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 1,406. At present, 816 patients are undergoing treatment while 556 have recovered. So far, 34 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Corporation limits. Untitled Carousel Dharavi reports 10 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday; no deathsDharavi on Wednesday reported 10 positive cases of coronavirus, and with that, the total number of cases in the slum colony went up to 2,199. On the other hand, 17 people tested positive in Dadar, taking the area's toll to 708. Mahim saw as many as 21 positive COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and with that, the area's tally climbed to 980. Meanwhile, Badlapur saw 25 new cases on Wednesday. The region's tally now stands at 618 with 13 fatalities. Six people tested positive in Hari Chhaya Apartment (Rameshwadi) and three cases each in Ritu World and Satyam Paradise. The remaining cases came up in Krishna Estate, Badlapur village, Chaitanya Sankul, Krishna Residency, Dev Exotica Complex, Shyam Chhaya (Belauli), Nav Arpan Society, Krishna Chhaya, Swarajya Society, Panvelkar Estate, Divya Residency and Pranjee Gardens. As many as 316 patients have been cured and discharged in Badlapur. In Photos: Mumbai police have lost their own to Covid-1917Mumbai Police officials risk their lives to curb COVID-19 outbreakAs COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Maharashtra, frontline workers such as medical professionals and police officials continue to work day in and day out in the hope of curbing the outbreak. Unfortunately, battling the virus to keep the city safe also means risking one's life. About 30 Mumbai Police officials have succumbed to the infection, and over 2,200 have tested positive in the police force. On Tuesday, 58-year-old Head Constable (HC) Uday Raghunath Shinde, who was set for retirement on June 30, breathed his last at the Nair Hospital after battling the virus for over a week. He was attached to the Nirmal Nagar police station.As cases among police personnel continue to increase, the government has decided not to press personnel of or above 55 years into duty as they belong to the vulnerable age group. About 13 ambulances have been allotted to each of the police zones. With this, the response time has been reduced by half an hour from the earlier seven-eight hours, an official said. 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2020-06-24Heartbreaking: PMC Bank depositors continue to suffer - Mumbai Mirror
Heartbreaking: PMC Bank depositors continue to sufferHeartbreaking: PMC Bank depositors continue to sufferFacebookTwitterGoogle PlusLinkedinFor 30 years, Komal Valechha from Ulhasnagar ran a tailoring business from her house. She dreamt that after years of hard work, she would educate her children well, marry off her daughter in a grand ceremony, and buy a house of her own. Despite saving enough money for all of this, she could do none of it.Valechha’s husband walked out on her and their three children 20 years ago. “I was actually relieved despite all the difficulties, as he used to beat me and the children,” she said. Often, she would sleep at 2 am and wake up at 6 am to work. Even her children would help her. “I would deter them and ask them to focus on studies though,” she said.Last year, she was finally able to buy property. She had just one installment left to pay when she got to know of the scam. “I had gone to the bank where my arm got injured. Now, I am unable to sew. For the last installment, I had to borrow money from someone,” she said.Her elder son is now married with children. “He has his own expenses so I can’t be a burden on him,” said Valechha. But her younger son has been bedridden for many months. “He used to work earlier. Now, he can’t even stand up, and throws up anything I feed him. Doctors say his condition is a result of stress,” she said. A few days ago, she got her daughter married in a simple ceremony.Now, despite finally owing a house, Valeccha is debt-ridden. “We had taken the loan thinking both of us would earn and pay it off. But both of us are in no condition to work now,” she said.For the past month, the mother and son have not eaten a proper meal. “I have not bought vegetables for weeks. Most days, we have nothing to cook and often sleep on an empty stomach,” she said. Valeccha said she would still do whatever work she could if someone gave her the chance to earn and pay her debts.It has been nine months since the Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative Bank scam was unearthed. On Friday, the Reserve Bank increased the withdrawal limit for depositors from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh. However, it also extended the regulatory restriction on the bank by another six months, until December 22. 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2020-06-24COVID-19 June 24 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 3,890 new cases; 10 fresh cases emerge in Dharavi - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 June 24 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 3,890 new cases; 10 fresh cases emerge in DharaviYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 June 24 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 3,890 new cases; 10 fresh cases emerge in DharaviWritten byRia SharmaRia Sharma / Updated: Jun 24, 2020, 21:16 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThe current count of COVID-19 patients in the state of Maharashtra has reached 1,42,900 after 3,890 people were identified as positive on Wednesday. Also, as many as 4,161 patients have been cured today. The recovery rate in the state is 51.64 percent, according to the state health department. Here are the other highlights of June 24 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and other parts of the country: Mumbai reports 1,144 fresh COVID-19 cases 1144 new COVID-19 positive cases and 38 deaths were reported in Mumbai today. The total number of positive cases rose to 69,625 including 37,010 recoveries, 28,653 active cases and 3,962 deaths. Dharavi reports 10 new cases Dharavi on Wednesday reported 10 positive cases of coronavirus, and with that, the total number of cases in the slum colony went up to 2,199. Also, no new deaths have been reported in the area since the past one week. So far, 1,100 patients have recovered while the number of active cases in Asia's largest slum stands at 1,018. On the other hand, 17 people tested positive in Dadar, taking the area's toll to 708. Meanwhile, Mahim saw as many as 21 positive COVID-19 cases. KDMC reports 226 new cases Kalyan and Dombivali reported the death of three COVID-19 infected persons on Wednesday and the fatality count has increased to 85. According to the latest information shared by the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC), 226 fresh cases were reported in the last 24 hours. The area now has 2,419 active cases and 1,688 patients have been cured and discharged from hospitals and various COVID-19 facilities. Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur’s COVID-19 report Ulhasnagar reported 69 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,277. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 84 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 1,406. Meanwhile, Badlapur saw 25 new cases on Wednesday. The region's tally now stands at 618 with 13 fatalities. Thane: Senior traffic police officer succumbs to COVID-19 A senior official from the Thane traffic police succumbed to COVID-19 on Wednesday morning. SP IGP Krishna Prakash told Mirror Online that 55-year-old Anil Dattatreya Pawar, who was posted as a Senior Inspector in the traffic branch of the Thane police, died during treatment at the Seven Hills Hospital on Wednesday morning. 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2020-06-24Newly wed couple donate 50 beds to COVID-care center in Virar - Mumbai Live
Newly wed couple donate 50 beds to COVID-care center in VirarEdit Story|Edit Page MetaNewly wed couple donate 50 beds to COVID-care center in VirarBhagat Singh Koshyari, the Governor of Maharashtra also donated ₹1,00,000 for the treatment of postal staff infected by the coronavirus.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESThe wedding market in the country has been impacted in a major way in the lockdown phase. However, now with things getting back to normal, there are a lot of people are looking at tying a knot. With social distancing norms still in play, most wedding are turning out to be intimate affairs. In addition to this most states have restriction on the number of guests that can take part in a wedding to make sure that large gatherings are avoided at all times. A newly married couple in the Palghar district did an exemplary job. After getting married at a local church, they donated 50 beds to a COVID care centre in Vasai. According to a news report in Free Press Journal, the wedding was a close-knit affair. Maharashtra is one of the worst-hit states in the country and the state government is trying hard to break the chain and get the outbreak in control. In these tough times, a noble gesture like this will help strengthen the existing infrastructure.  On Tuesday, even Bhagat Singh Koshyari, the Governor of Maharashtra, has donated ₹1,00,000 for the treatment of postal staff infected by the coronavirus.According to the official release, the amount includes prize money won by the governor in the Department of Posts’ letter writing competition apart from the personal contribution.In a statement issued by Raj Bhavan, it said that the Governor handed over a cheque of ₹1,00,000 which has been addressed to the Maharashtra Postal Circle Welfare Fund to Chief Post Master General of Maharashtra Harish Chandra Agarwal. The amount includes ₹25,000 which the Governor had won in a letter-writing competition and his personal contribution of ₹75,000 to help the postal staff.Koshyari had earlier won the first prize in the Department of Posts' letter-writing competition for his essay in Hindi 'Bapu, Aap Amar Hai'. The competition named 'Dhai Akhar' was organised on the occasion of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi which was held in November 2019 with more than 80,000 participants.As of June 22, 2020, the COVID-19 tally of Maharashtra surged to 1,35,796 after 3,721 new novel coronavirus cases were reported in the state on Monday. Currently, there are 61,793 active cases in the state. With 1,962 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 67,706.There have been 62 deaths, 20 from Mumbai, 13 from Mira-Bhayandar, 9 from Pune, 8 from Malegaon, 4 from Aurangabad, two from Akola and one each from Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad, and Latur were reported on Monday. Until now, a total of 6283 persons have died in the wake of coronavirus. So far, 7,87,419 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in laboratories operational across the state. While 6,01,182 people are said to be under home quarantine, 26,910 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. 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2020-06-24MMR in a mess, four civic heads shunted out - Mumbai Mirror
MMR in a mess, four civic heads shunted outYou are in an offline modeMMR in a mess, four civic heads shunted outByYogesh NaikYogesh Naik / Updated: Jun 24, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeVijay Rathod , Abhijit BangarThane, Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar municipalities will get new bosses The Maharashtra government on Tuesday carried out a major bureaucratic reshuffle in Thane District, transferring the municipal commissioners of Thane City, Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar. The move comes amid spiralling cases of Covid-19 in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The state Chief Secretary, Ajoy Mehta, issued the order. In Thane Vipin Sharma, a 2005 batch officer, will take over from Vijay Singhal. In Navi Mumbai Annasaheb Misal was replaced by the Additional Divisional Commissioner of Nagpur, Abhijit Bangar (2008 batch). He has earlier worked in Palghar District. In Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation, commissioner Chandrakant Dange was replaced by Dr Vijay Rathod (2014 batch). He has worked as the chief executive officer of Gadchiroli Zilla Parishad. In Ulhasnagar, the state posted Dr Mantada Raja Dayanidhi (2014), who has worked as chief executive, Gondia Zilla Parishad. He will replace Sunil Unhale. Last Saturday, the state appointed a young IAS officer of the 2016 batch, Pankaj Ashiya, to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. Ashiya worked in Kalvan in Nashik as subdivisional officer and was posted in Malegaon, where he contained the pandemic. A senior IAS officer said: “We need to tackle Covid-19 aggressively in MMR. If the pandemic spreads further, it will be a big problem. That is why we posted a young IAS officer who can work fearlessly and with more energy.” Earlier, the state had posted D Gangatharan as commissioner of Vasai Virar Municipal Corporation. In Mumbai Police, Dr Santosh Rastogi, Joint CP (Crime), has been posted as additional resident commissioner, Maharashtra Sadan, New Delhi. He has opted for a Delhi posting and the state will provide a replacement soon. Total Covid-19 cases in MMR now stands at 1,01,496 and deaths at 4,781. RELATED NEWS21 employees of Navi Mumbai IT company test positiveApr 23, 2020Navi Mumbai cops help senior citizens amid COVID-19 lockdownApr 17, 2020Navi Mumbai, Thane turn schools, govt buildings, stadium into sheltersMar 30, 2020 Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityStill using biometric attendance? Get touchless attendanceTrueinDell Precision - Productivity for professional creatorsDell IndiaExciting offers!! Ready Homes Online festival 12-30th June.Prestige GroupMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeBuy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. Shop nowmoha: This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesQuit Smoking with NIXIT Nicotine Lozenge. BUY NOW!NIXITBuy Farm land without any hassle of maintenance @HosachiguruHosachiguruHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesHearing Aids are getting smarter with Bluetoothhear.comDoctors Hide the Truth! Easy Way to Treat Varicose Veins at Home!Hello Glow
2020-06-23COVID-19 June 23 Highlights: Raj Thackeray’s drivers test positive; Pratap Sarnaik cancels Dahi Handi ce - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 June 23 Highlights: Raj ThackerayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 June 23 Highlights: Raj Thackeray’s drivers test positive; Pratap Sarnaik cancels Dahi Handi celebration in ThaneWritten byRia SharmaRia Sharma / Updated: Jun 23, 2020, 21:37 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo by KK Choudhary/BCCLMaharashtra reported 3,214 new COVID-19 positive cases on Tuesday and with that, the total positive cases in the state rose to 1,39,010, including 69,631 patients who have recovered from the viral infection. Here are some of the other COVID-19 highlights of June 23 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: Dharavi reports only five new cases On Tuesday, only five new positive cases came up in the slum colony, the lowest since April 5. The total number of COVID-19 cases in Dharavi is now pitched at 2,189. On the other hand, 13 people tested positive in Dadar, taking the area's toll to 691, according to the latest data provided by the BMC. Meanwhile, Mahim saw as many as 15 positive COVID-19 cases on Tuesday and with that, the area's tally climbed to 959. Kalyan Dombiivali reports 202 new cases Three positive COVID-19 persons succumbed to the infection on Tuesday in Kalyan and Dombivali and with that, the death toll in the area increased to 81. According to the information shared by the KDMC, 202 people were diagnosed with coronavirus in the last 24 hours. The area now has 2,237 active cases and 1,648 patients have been cured and discharged from hospitals and various COVID-19 facilities. Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur’s COVID-19 report Ulhasnagar reported 83 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, and with that, the city’s case count rose to 1,208. Meanwhile, after the highest ever spike on Monday, Ambernath saw 53 fresh cases and Badlapur reported 24 new cases in the last 24 hours. Mira Bhayandar reports 94 new cases Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation crossed the mark of 1,000 active positive cases. The active cases now stand at 1,004 after 94 more cases were found on Tuesday. Recovery rate is still close to 55 percent as 1,361 people have recovered out of the 2,481 cumulative positive cases. Raj Thackeray's drivers test positive for COVID-19 MNS chief Raj Thackeray’s two drivers tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday. Both of them have been admitted and are currently undergoing treatment at a designated hospital in Mumbai. Thackeray resides with his family in Krishnakunj, which is located at Dadar's Shivaji Park area, one of the worst-hit parts of the city. Three Municipal Commissioners in MMR region transferred Maharashtra government on Tuesday shunted commissioners at three municipal corporations in the MMR region which have witnessed a substantial spike in the COVID-19 cases of late. Their replacements have also been announced. 2008 batch Maharashtra Cadre IAS officer, Abhijit Bangar, currently serving as the Additional Divisional Commissioner in Nagpur, has been given posting as the Commissioner of the NMMC. Check details of the other officers here Pratap Sarnaik cancels Dahi Handi celebration in Thane In the view of alarming COVID-19 cases, Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik’s Sanskruti Pratishthan has decided to cancel dahi handi celebrations in Thane this year. The funds will be used to buy and distribute PPE kits, medicines and other medical equipment. Last week, BJP’s Ram Kadam announced cancellation Dahi Handi celebrations in Ghatkopar. Ganesh Galli: No Utsav murti this year, only pooja murti and online darshan Lalbaug Sarvajanik Utsav Mandal of Ganesh Galli has decided to bring-in only a four-foot idol in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. This will be the pooja murti. The mandal has decided there will be no 'utsav murti' this year. For the safety of its devotees, the mandal has also decided that online darshan will be organised so people can take part in the Ganeshotsav from their homes. "We have decided to celebrate Ganesh Utsav in a simple way this year, as per instructions given by authorities," said Swapnil Parab, secretary, Mumbaicha Raja Mandal of Ganesh Galli, Lalbaug. Devendra Fadnavis slams Maharashtra govt Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday alleged that Maharashtra government is conducting less COVID tests per day to keep the count of coronavirus cases low. "The biggest mistake is to show fewer numbers. Testing protocols that were needed were not made. In cities like Mumbai, they're testing 4000-4500 people in a day and find 1500 positive cases. The state is trying to show less number" Fadnavis said. PM CARES Fund Trust allocates Rs 181 crore to Maharashtra PM CARES Fund Trust has allocated Rs 181 crore for Maharashtra for welfare of the migrant labourers. According to a PIB press release, the distribution of the fund is based on the formula of 50 per cent weightage for the population as per 2011 census, 40 per cent weightage for number of positive COVID-19 cases and 10 per cent for equal distribution among all the States/UTs. Delhi's COVID tally crosses 66,000-mark Delhi's tally of COVID-19 cases crossed the 66,000-mark on Tuesday with the biggest single-day jump of 3,947 fresh infections. 68 fatalities have been recorded in the last 24 hours, according to the Delhi health department. The death toll due to the coronavirus infection has risen to 2,301, and the total number of cases has mounted to 66,602. At this year's Jagannath Rath Yatra in Puri, COVID-19 tests for all as servitors pull chariots in absence of devotees Starting today, Jagannath Rath Yatra is being conducted at the abode of the three presiding deities, Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra in Puri with adherence of social distancing and sanitisation norms, hastened by the pandemic, as per the direction of the Supreme Court. Chief of the servitor clan, Bishwabasu Binayak Das Mahapatra told Mirror Online on Tuesday that each of the 1,500 servitors who were selected for pulling the chariots underwent COVID-19 test and, barring one, reports of the rest came negative. Read the full story here Puri Rath Yatra 2020: Aadyasevak of Lord Jagannath sweeps the chariots01:26 COVID-19: No Haj for Indian pilgrims in 2020 The Union Ministry of Minority Affairs on Tuesday announced that Muslim devotees from India will not be allowed to travel to Saudi Arabia for the Haj pilgrimage this year. Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi informed that he received a phone call from Haj and Umrah Minister of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Dr Mohammad Saleh bin Taher Benten on Monday and that the latter suggested not to send pilgrims from India to Haj this year due to the ongoing pandemic. AYUSH Ministry wants Baba Ramdev's Patanjali to substantiate COVID-19 cure claims Hours after Ramdev Baba's Patanjali launched an ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of COVID-19 positive persons, the Ministry of AYUSH took cognisance of the news and distanced itself from the cure claims. 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2020-06-23Thane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replaced - Devdiscourse
Thane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replaced The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane city is now 6,630, Kalyan 3,970, Mira-Bhayander 2,481, Navi Mumbai 5,072, Ulhasnagar 1,208, Bhiwandi 1,239, Ambernath 1,322, Badlapur 593 and Thane Rural 977, he informed. Meanwhile, Vipin Sharma was appointed Thane municipal commissioner in place of Vijay Singhal whose new posting has not been announced as yet. PTI | Thane | Updated: 23-06-2020 23:10 IST | Created: 23-06-2020 23:10 IST Thane on Tuesday reported 925 COVID-19 cases, taking the district's count to 23,492, while 41 deaths during the day took the toll to 812, an official said. The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane city is now 6,630, Kalyan 3,970, Mira-Bhayander 2,481, Navi Mumbai 5,072, Ulhasnagar 1,208, Bhiwandi 1,239, Ambernath 1,322, Badlapur 593 and Thane Rural 977, he informed.Meanwhile, Vipin Sharma was appointed Thane municipal commissioner in place of Vijay Singhal whose new posting has not been announced as yet. In neighbouring Palghar, the number of cases was 3,060, and 105 people have died of the infection so far. 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2020-06-23As COVID-19 cases rise, 3 new civic chiefs appointed in Thane district - CNBCTV18
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2020-06-23Shiv Sena Bhavan to remain shut for few days after visitor tests positive for COVID-19 - Free Press Journal
Shiv Sena Bhavan to remain shut for few days after visitor tests positive for COVID-19By FPJ Web DeskMaharashtra CM Uddhav ThackerayPhoto: Uddhav Thackeray Official Page/FacebookThe Shiv Sena Bhavan, the party headquarters in Dadar, on Monday had to be shut down after a regular visitor was tested positive for COVID-19. This comes just three days after the party's Foundation Day celebrations at Shiv Sena Bhavan.According to a report by Mid-Day, the worker is not an office bearer or staffer of Sena Bhavan. Meanwhile, The Sena Bhavan will be closed for sanitisation and disinfection work for eight days, reported Zee News.Also ReadMumbai: Shiv Sena MLA cancels dahi handi event, will use funds for Covid combatOn June 19, Shiv Sena president and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, his son and state environment minister Aaditya Thackeray along with a few other senior party leaders and functionaries were present at the headquarters to mark Sena's 54th Foundation Day, reports Mid-Day.The Shiv Sena has not changed its ideology, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Friday as he addressed party leaders and office-bearers on the occasion of the 54th anniversary of its formation.Meanwhile, Maharashtra on Monday reported 3,721 new COVID-19 cases and added 113 deaths as part of data updation, including 20 in Mumbai, taking the cumulative case count to 1,35,796 and fatalities to 6,283.Shiv SenaShiv Sena BhavanCoronavirusRecent StoriesNCP chief Sharad Pawar was willing to join hands with BJP, claims former Maharashtra CM Devendra FadnavisCoronavirus 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 June 24Coronavirus in Mumbai: 90% of COVID-19 survivors refuse to donate plasmaCoronavirus in Maharashtra: State to serve show-cause notices to housing societies barring domestic help and caregivers Baba Ramdev’s wonder corona cure 'Coronil' will have to wait 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
2020-06-23Maha Govt replaces Thane civic chief - United News of India
Maha Govt replaces Thane civic chief… IndiaWorldSports WorldcupCricketTennis/Badminton/T THockeyFootballTennisEventsAsian GamesOlympics GamesOther Games IPLCommonwealth GamesNational GameSouth Asian GamesBusiness & Economy Science & Technology FeaturesEntertainment States EastWestNorthSouthAutoworld States » WestPosted at: Jun 24 2020 1:52AM Maha Govt replaces Thane civic chiefThane, Jun 23 (UNI) Along with the municipal commissioners of Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar and Mira Road-Bhayander, the Maharashtra government late on Tuesday night replaced the Thane Municipal commissioner Vijay Singhal.The lake city has been witnessing a steep rise in corona cases and deaths since last several days. In place of Mr Singhal, the government today appointed Dr Vipin Sharma as the new municipal commissioner of Thane city. Please log in to get detailed story. 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UNI PHOTO-18UMUMBAI, JUNE 23 (UNI) - Fire fighter douse a major fire broke out at a scrap godown at Kurla on Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road, in Mumbai on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-17UMUMBAI, JUNE 23 (UNI) - Fire fighter douse a major fire broke out at a scrap godown at Kurla on Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road, in Mumbai on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-16USRINAGAR, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Dilbag Singh, DGP, Jammu and Kashmir with other senior police officers lending shoulders to the martyred CRPF Hd Const Kale Sunil, who laid down his life during an encounter with militants in Pulawama district in south Kashmir on Tuesday. Two militants were also killed during the fighting. UNI HOTO-vc15uGUWAHATI, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sanowal with state BJP presiodent Ranjeet Kumar Dass at a BJP vetual rally, in Guwahati on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-8UGUWAHATI, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sanowal with state BJP presiodent Ranjeet Kumar Dass at a BJP vetual rally being addressed the national president of the party J P Nadda, in Guwahati on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-7UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)-Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar holding a high-level meeting with officials of the state water resources department after Nepal stopped state authorities to carry out flood prevention work on a river bank, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-6UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)- RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav with party MLAs, addressing mediapersons after meeting with Bihar Governor, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-5UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)- RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav with party MLAs, addressing mediapersons after meeting with Bihar Governor, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-4UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)- RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav with party MLAs, addressing mediapersons after meeting with Bihar Governor, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-3UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-14UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-13UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-12UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-11UGUWAHATI, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sanowal with state BJP presiodent Ranjeet Kumar Dass at a BJP vetual rally being addressed the national president of the party J P Nadda, in Guwahati on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-10U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Wednesday, Jun 24 2020 | Time 09:45 Hrs(IST) Home News Photo Hindi Urdu PRESS RELEASES Web Hits FeedBack About UNI Contact us SiteMap JOBS Tender Terms of Use Disclaimer Privacy policy Follow us on :-
2020-06-23Amid COVID-19 surge, IAS officials appointed as heads of three civic bodies in Thane - United News of India
Amid COVID-19 surge, IAS officials appointed as heads of three civic bodies in ThaneThane, June 23 (UNI) In a sudden rejig, Maharashtra government on Tuesday replaced heads of Mira Bhayander, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar civic bodies with IAS officials to control the surging COVID-19 cases in this district. With the pandemic cases hovering above 20,000-mark, Thane accounts for second-highest number of the infected individuals in the state.The major reshuffle comes a week after the Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal head was replaced with Dr Pankaj Ashiya, who has played a crucial role in containing the rapid pandemic spread in Nashik's Malegaon. Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsThane Mayor wants criminal action against hospital for refusing admission to corona patient24 Jun 2020 | 8:39 AMThane, Jun 24 (UNI) Thane Mayor Naresh Mhaske today asked the civic administration to register a criminal case against a hospital from Mumbra which failed to admit a Corona patient in the hospital which resulted in his death last night.see more..Five minor girls drown in pond in Aurangabad24 Jun 2020 | 8:28 AMAurangabad, Maharashtra, Jun 24 (UNI) In a tragic incident, five minor girls were drowned in a pond at Telegaonwadi village in Phulambri taluka of the district.see more..Oppn leader Darekar gives ultimatum to Kalyan-Dombivili administration24 Jun 2020 | 8:24 AMThane, Jun 24 (UNI) Opposition leader Pravin Darekar gave an ultimatum to the Kalyan-Dombivili Municipal Corporation (KDMC) to improve the situation with regard to coronavirus in the town within next eight days or face a serious agitation by the BJP.see more..Youth arrested for raping, killing young woman in Nanded24 Jun 2020 | 7:11 AMNanded, JUN 24 (UNI) The Markhel police arrested an accused of allegedly committing rape and killing an 18 years girl in Degloor tehsil of the district at late in the evening on Monday.see more..36-yr-old arrested for sibling's murder in Nashik24 Jun 2020 | 7:02 AMNashik, Jun 24 (UNI) The Panchavati police have arrested a 36-year-old man for allegedly killing his elder brother here over a tiff on drinking.see more.. UNI PhotoNEW DELHI JUNE 23 (UNI):-BJP National President J.P. Nadda addressing Assam Jan-Samvad virtual rally in New Delhi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-AK17uNEW DELHI JUNE 23 (UNI):-BJP National President J.P. Nadda addressing Assam Jan-Samvad virtual rally in New Delhi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-AK16UNEW DELHI JUNE 23 (UNI):-BJP National President J.P. Nadda addressing Assam Jan-Samvad virtual rally in New Delhi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-AK15UNEW DELHI JUNE 23 (UNI):-BJP National President J.P. Nadda addressing Assam Jan-Samvad virtual rally in New Delhi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-AK14UKOLKATA, JUN 23 (UNI)- A street vendor waiting for customers to sale masks and handmade toys in Kolkata on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-VC2UMUMBAI, JUNE 23 (UNI) - Fire fighter douse a major fire broke out at a scrap godown at Kurla on Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road, in Mumbai on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-18UMUMBAI, JUNE 23 (UNI) - Fire fighter douse a major fire broke out at a scrap godown at Kurla on Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road, in Mumbai on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-17UMUMBAI, JUNE 23 (UNI) - Fire fighter douse a major fire broke out at a scrap godown at Kurla on Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road, in Mumbai on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-16USRINAGAR, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Dilbag Singh, DGP, Jammu and Kashmir with other senior police officers lending shoulders to the martyred CRPF Hd Const Kale Sunil, who laid down his life during an encounter with militants in Pulawama district in south Kashmir on Tuesday. Two militants were also killed during the fighting. UNI HOTO-vc15uGUWAHATI, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sanowal with state BJP presiodent Ranjeet Kumar Dass at a BJP vetual rally, in Guwahati on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-8UGUWAHATI, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sanowal with state BJP presiodent Ranjeet Kumar Dass at a BJP vetual rally being addressed the national president of the party J P Nadda, in Guwahati on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-7UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)-Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar holding a high-level meeting with officials of the state water resources department after Nepal stopped state authorities to carry out flood prevention work on a river bank, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-6UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)- RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav with party MLAs, addressing mediapersons after meeting with Bihar Governor, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-5UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)- RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav with party MLAs, addressing mediapersons after meeting with Bihar Governor, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-4UPATNA, JUNE 23 (UNI)- RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav with party MLAs, addressing mediapersons after meeting with Bihar Governor, in Patna on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-3UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-14UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-13UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-12UBENGALURU, JUNE 23 (UNI)- KPCC President D K Shivakumar with CLP Leader Siddaramaiah and party leaders Eshwar Khandre, Saleem Ahamed and others at a meeting in Bengaluru on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-11UGUWAHATI, JUNE 23 (UNI)- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sanowal with state BJP presiodent Ranjeet Kumar Dass at a BJP vetual rally being addressed the national president of the party J P Nadda, in Guwahati on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-10U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Wednesday, Jun 24 2020 | Time 09:45 Hrs(IST) Home News Photo Hindi Urdu PRESS RELEASES Web Hits FeedBack About UNI Contact us SiteMap JOBS Tender Terms of Use Disclaimer Privacy policy Follow us on :-
2020-06-23Vikhe Patil criticising Thorat out of 'desperation': Shiv Sena - Free Press Journal
Vikhe Patil criticising Thorat out of 'desperation': Shiv Sena By PTIThe Shiv Sena, on Monday, said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil's criticism of Maharashtra Congress chief and political rival Balasaheb Thorat showed the saffron party leader's desperation of not being in power.An editorial in Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' said Vikhe Patil's criticism of Thorat stemmed from the fact that despite joining the BJP ahead of the assembly elections last year for power, he had to remain in the opposition, while the rival Congress leader is in the government.Thorat, who is the state's revenue minister, met Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray last week amidst talk of Congress sulking over not having enough say in the Maha Vikas Aghadi government.Thorat later said his party was not feeling sidelined and that the ruling alliance was stable.After the meeting, Vikhe Patil, the former Congress leader who hails from Ahmednagar district as Thorat, had reportedly attacked the latter, saying he had never seen such a helpless for power state unit president of the party.Thorat later retorted, saying he had seen Vikhe Patil bow before the previous chief minister (Devendra Fadnavis).Hitting out at Vikhe Patil, the Shiv Sena, on Monday, said, Vikhe should stay away from politics if he has forgotten the rule that those who live in a house of glass should not throw stones at others.""There should be a code of conduct in politics as to who should be called helpless in politics. One feels amused when leaders like Vikhe label Thorat as helpless, the Marathi publication said.Accusing Vikhe Patil of not being loyal to any party he joined, it recalled that he had joined the Shiv Sena, but quit it after enjoying power, and joined the Congress later to be a minister.Vikhe Patil joined the BJP when he was still leader of the opposition. One has to work quite hard to inculcate such courage (not helplessness!). Thorat and others fell short of such an effort, the Sena said in sarcastic remarks.It said the Congress did not suffer any loss after Vikhe Patil joined the BJP, but the saffron party also did not gain in any way.Vikhe Patil could have been the Congress leader in the present state government had he not joined the BJP, but as luck would have it, that place went Thorat’s way, it said."The Thackeray government in Maharashtra is stable. The administration is being run respecting each other. Years ago, a (Marathi) film Thoratanchi Kamala (Thorats Kamala) was released. Now Vikhe-Patalanchi Kamala (Vikhe Patil’s Kamala) film has been released and has flopped,” it said.The BJPs party symbol lotus is called kamal in Marathi. We will see whether the Congress bed squeaks (whether there are issues with Congress), but Vikhe’s tour and travel company has shut, yet he is grumbling.Desperation, what else! the Shiv Sena said. The Sena further said the opposition party (BJP) has marred its own image as turncoats have joined its ranks.The earnestness of the current Leader of the Opposition Devendra Fadnavis, a bitter critic of the MVA government, can be understood once, it said, and tagged him as a genuine worker of the BJP-RSS family.A vaccine might be found for (to combat) coronavirus, but it is difficult to find one for the earnestness of the opponents. At least, Fadnavis is a genuine worker of the BJP- RSS family. But we are surprised over the criticism of Thackeray government by those who had switched loyalties (to the BJP), the Shiv Sena said.Maharashtra CongressBalasaheb ThoratRadhakrishna Vikhe PatilMaharashtra Shiv SenaBharatiya Janata Party (BJP)Saamna editorialMaha Vikas Aghadi governmentRecent StoriesNCP chief Sharad Pawar was willing to join hands with BJP, claims former Maharashtra CM Devendra FadnavisCoronavirus 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 June 24Coronavirus in Mumbai: 90% of COVID-19 survivors refuse to donate plasmaCoronavirus in Maharashtra: State to serve show-cause notices to housing societies barring domestic help and caregivers Baba Ramdev’s wonder corona cure 'Coronil' will have to wait 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
2020-06-2310 new COVID-19 cases in Arunachal Pradesh, tally rises to 158 - Business Insider India
10 new COVID-19 cases in Arunachal Pradesh, tally rises to 15810 new COVID-19 cases in Arunachal Pradesh, tally rises to 158PTIJun 23, 2020, 23:17 ISTItanagar, Jun 23 () Ten new COVID-19 cases were reported in Arunachal Pradesh on Tuesday, taking the northeastern state's tally to 158, a Health department official said. Nine of the new cases were reported from Capital Complex and one from Tawang district, state Surveillance Officer, Dr L Jampa said. All the 10 persons had returned to Arunachal Pradesh from other states. Of the total 158 COVID-19 cases, 120 are active as 38 people have recovered from the disease, he said. COR RG RG {{}} (This story has not been edited by Business Insider and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed we subscribe to.)Next StoryThane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replacedPopular on BI1Patanjali told to stop promoting "covid drug" before it's tested by government2From TCS and Infosys to Microsoft and Kissflow ⁠— this is what top execs have to say about productivity in remote working3Reliance Industries’ shares are worth more than HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and Kotak Mahindra Bank combinedLatest Stories With 203 fresh COVID-19 cases, Assam's tally crosses 6,000-mark 4 booked for objectionable Whatsapp post on PM, HM 3 deaths, 879 new COVID-19 cases reported in Telangana Facebook kills VR headset Oculus Go, opens Quest for developers COVID-19: Noida to get 15,000 antigen-based kits for rapid testing Trending NewsFabifluChinese AppsTelangana lockdown guidelinesPuri Jagannath YatraDomestic FlightsPetrol Diesel PriceCovid-19 PatientAcharya BalakrishnaCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMaharashtra lockdown guidelinesDeath Cases in MaharashtraChinese App AlternativesSpicejetTamilnadu lockdown GuidelinesThane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replacedJharkhand's COVID-19 tally rises to 2,193 with 53 new casesTalking to Centre on pre-flight mandatory COVID-19 tests: CMCOVID-19IndiaCases: 440kDeaths: 14kRecovered: 248kCOVID-19WorldCases: 8.86mnDeaths: 465kRecovered: 4.51mnCOVID-19USACases: 2.24mnDeaths: 119kRecovered: 640kCOVID-19Access our Live Coverage10 new COVID-19 cases in Arunachal Pradesh, tally rises to 158Thane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replacedJharkhand's COVID-19 tally rises to 2,193 with 53 new casesTalking to Centre on pre-flight mandatory COVID-19 tests: CMAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapPopular CategoriesTech NewsPolicy NewsPersonal Finance NewsMobile NewsBusiness NewsEcommerce NewsAuto NewsStartups NewsStock Market NewsFinance NewsEntertainment NewsEconomy NewsCareers NewsApps NewsInternational NewsPolitics NewsEducation NewsAdvertising NewsLife NewsHealth NewsScience NewsIndia NewsRetail NewsSports NewsPersonalities NewsCorporates NewsEnvironment NewsWorld NewsTrending Right NowCentral bank of IndiaCheck jio BalanceBSNL Mobile balanceChinese Mobile CompanyIndian Mobile CompanyTelangana Coronavirus casesKarnataka Coronavirus CasesGoogle PhotosOBC BankPM KisanCoronavirus cases in HaryanaChinese AppsCheck Balance in SBIHow to check Vodafone BalanceUttarakhand Coronavirus caseslargest economies in the worldCoronavirus cases in DelhiContainment zones in KolkataMumbai Containment ZonesPune Containment ZonesMore from our PartnersCOURSERAMaster Business Fundamentals from WhartonLeadership and Business Skill for Immediate I... Take Big Data from University of California S... Take Machine Learning from University of Wash... Read MoreThe Weather ChannelSilent Helpers: 4 Underrated Animals that Pro... Patanjali Launches Ayurvedic Drug 'Coronil' f... West Bengal, Assam In For Extremely Heavy Mon... Monsoon 2020: Monsoon Rains to Enter Haryana ... Read MoreWattpadA Heart Can HopeA Sliver of HopeSomething To Live ForLast Drop of WaterRead More
2020-06-23DHS suggests prescribing meds to comorbid patients - Times of India
DHS suggests prescribing meds to comorbid patientsDHS suggests prescribing meds to comorbid patientsMohammed Akhef | TNN | Jun 24, 2020, 04:47 ISTAurangabad: To ensure that people with comorbidities do not have to visit hospitals frequently, state directorate of health services, Pune, has asked health officials to prescribe three months of medications to such patients. The directive is part of the communication aimed at bringing down the Case Fatality Rate/Ratio (CFR) to below 3% in Covid-19 cases. As on date, more than 50% of municipal corporations and districts in Maharashtra have CFR higher than 3%. As per the statistics cited in a recent communication issued by the directorate of health services (DHS), Pune, to deputy directors of health services, district health officers, civil surgeons and health officers with civic bodies across the state, 16 of the 27 municipal corporations and 19 of the 34 districts in the state have CFR above 3%. The communication by Dr. Archana Patil from DHS has expressed that the possibility of Covid-19 patients registering a surge due to relaxation in lockdown cannot be ruled out. The communication has asked the health authorities from across the states to come together for bringing CFR in every civic body and district to below 3%. The 16 municipal corporations above the prescribed CFR of 3% are Solapur (8.07), Malegaon (7.52), Dhule (7.30), Sangli (6.67), Jalgaon (6.06), Aurangabad (5.64), Bhivandi Nijampur (5.54), MCGM (5.45), Akola (5), Nanded (4.89), Amaravati (4.71), Mira Bhayandar (4.39), Panvel (3.98), PMC (3.96), Nashik 93.890 and Ulhasnagar (3.79). While the districts with above 3% CFR include Dhule (12.44), Jalgaon (8.95), Amravati (8.82), Parbhani and Wardha (7.14), Solapur (6.04), Nandurbar (6.02), Nashik (5.93), Latur (5.84), Akola (5.65), Ahmednagar (4.78), Satara (4.62), Pune (4.42), Beed (3.57), Osmanabad (3.55), Ratnagiri (3.53), Raigad (3.39), Buldhana (3.21), Jalna (3.06) and Yavatmal (3.04). The communication citing the availability of health services including health infrastructure and medical experts stated that all the civic bodies as well as the districts are expected to have CFR lesser than 3. 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2020-06-23COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur inches close to 600-mark - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur inches close to 600-markYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur inches close to 600-markWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 23, 2020, 21:42 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 83 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 1,208. Also, with 35 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 669 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 483 while 36 patients have died of the virus. Nine people tested positive in Gol Maidan, seven in Anand Nagar, while six cases each came up from OT Section (Ulhasnagar-3) and Shiv Colony. Four persons contracted the virus in Punjabi Colony and three persons each in Gayakwad Pada, Ulhasnagar-3, Chopra Court and Ulhasnagar-1 tested positive. Two cases each came up in Shahad crossing, Tanaji Nagar, Hanuman Nagar, Mukand Nagar, Ramabai Nagar, Ulhasnagar-2, Follower Lane, Subhash Tekdi, Sardar Pada and Prem Tekdi. The remaining cases have been reported from Dussehra Maidan, Near Post Office, Ulhasnagar-4, Morya Nagari, Near Datta Mandir (Ulhasnagar-4), Near Pencil factory, Ambika Temple, Samrat Ashok Nagar, Central Hospital area, Madhusudan Ashram, Subhash Nagar, Shanti Nagar, Ramayan Nagar, OT Section (Ulhasnagar-2), Khemani, Near Furniture market, Nehru Chowk, and Tilak Nagar. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 53 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 1,322. At present, 732 patients are undergoing treatment while 556 have recovered. So far, 34 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Corporation limits. Meanwhile, Badlapur, which has the least number of cases among the three areas, saw 24 new cases on Tuesday. The region's tally now stands at 593 with 13 fatalities. Five people tested positive in Kharvai and three each in Nilkanth Valley (Datta Chowk) and Shree Apartment (Gite Nagar). The remaining cases came up in Hendrepada, Katrap, Saraswati Nagar, Aptewadi and Pranjee Gardens. As many as 297 patients have been cured and discharged in Badlapur. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020Coronavirus outbreak hits Saiwyn Quadras-Shweta Bajaj's wedding plans...Apr 15, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020 Work seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberRe-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityOwn now. EMI starting Rs 3667. Get Samsung Care+ at Rs 1149.Awesome Galaxy A71.Buy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. Shop nowmoha:Buy Online. Move in to Your Dream Home.Prestige GroupEnjoy BOGO offer with 3 Months Lenskart Gold MembershipTIMESPOINTS Dell Precision - Productivity for professional creatorsDell IndiaThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesQuit Smoking with NIXIT Nicotine Lozenge. BUY NOW!NIXITGet ready to #NeverMissABeat with the new Nokia 5310!NokiaOnline MBA from Jindal School of Banking & Finance.upGradMProfit | A complete portfolio tracker for your investmentsMProfit
2020-06-23New municipal commissioners appointed in Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayandar - Mumbai Live
New municipal commissioners appointed in Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Mira-BhayandarEdit Story|Edit Page MetaNew municipal commissioners appointed in Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Mira-BhayandarThese changes come amid the increasing cases of coronavirus in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESThe Maharashtra government on Tuesday announced the transfer of three municipal commissioners. As per the order, new municipal commissioners have been appointed in three cities including Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar and Mira-Bhayandar. The order of IAS transfer states that Abhijit Bhangar has been posted as Navi Mumbai Municipal Commissioner (NMMC) replacing Annasaheb Misal. Bhangar, IAS of batch 2008, has been posted as NMMC Municipal Commissioner from his current post as Additional Divisional Commissioner in Nagpur divisionMoreover, Mantada Raj Dhayanidhi has been posted as Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner replacing Sudhakar Deshmukh. Dhyanidhi, IAS of batch 2014, has been appointed as Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner from his current post as Chief Executive Officer Zila Parishad in Gondia.Vijay Rathod has been posted as Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) replacing Chandrakant K Dange. Rathod, also from the 2014 IAS batch, has been appointed as Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Commissioner from his current post as Chief Executive Officer Zila Parishad in GadchiroliThese changes come amid the increasing cases of coronavirus in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). Earlier, amid the coronavirus outbreak in Mumbai, Praveen Pardeshi was also replaced by Iqbal Singh Chahal as the commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).Maharashtra has been the worst-hit state due to the coronavirus outbreak. As of June 23 morning, the number of cases in the state has risen to 1,35,796 and the death toll has reached 6,283. In Mumbai alone, the number of COVID-19 cases has increased 67,586 while the death toll in the financial capital has touched 3,737. Of the 3,721 COVID-19 cases reported in Maharashtra, nearly 1,098 cases have been recorded in Mumbai alone. Also Read - 70 Coronavirus Patients From Malad Go Missing; Mumbai Police Begins The Search OperationLight To Moderate Rainfall Predicted For Mumbai In Next 48 Hours: IMDमराठी मध्ये वाचाहिंदी में पढ़ेंRELATED TOPICSMaharashtraMMRUlhasnagarMira-BhayandarNavi MumbaiCoronavirusCOVID-19Municipal CommissionersIAS Tranfer  Loading next story...Latest NewsMaratha Kranti Morcha Leader Asks for a Review of the 2020 MPSC Exam ResultsChoreographer Saroj Khan hospitalised due to breathlessness; reports state 'not COVID-19'Raj Thackeray-led MNS wants migrants to be registered under 'Inter-State Migration Act'Coronavirus: 21 cases found, building on Nepean Sea Road sealedHere is a safe way to reach ShirdiShiv Sena Bhavan in Dadar sealed after party worker tests postitiveCivicMaratha Kranti Morcha Leader Asks for a Review of the 2020 MPSC Exam ResultsCoronavirus: 21 cases found, building on Nepean Sea Road sealedHere is a safe way to reach ShirdiBMC states that it is possible to control the spread of coronavirus by mid-JulyNew municipal commissioners appointed in Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Mira-BhayandarMumbai University to not increase fees for the academic year 2020-2021 ABOUT US THE GUIDEBOOK TERMS & CONDITIONS PRIVACY POLICY FEEDBACK CONTACT US SITEMAPPLAY ONLINE CARD GAMES AND WINMumbai Local SportsMumbai BMCMumbai Live UpdatesMumbai Train UpdatesMumbai Traffic UpdatesLatest News in MumbaiEvents in MumbaiMumbai RainsMumbai WeatherMumbai Food Places Best Street Food in MumbaiBest Places to Visit in MumbaiMumbai Tourism PlacesEntertainment News in MumbaiBEST BusesMumbai PoliceAareyMumbai LocalMumbai Local TrainsMumbai Metro Mumbai RoadsMumbai Politics NewsMumbai Food ReviewsMumbai TransportUddhav ThackerayMaha Vikas AghadiAaditya ThackerayShiv SenaMumbai IndiansRaj Thackeray News MNSCoronavirus Live UpdatesCoronavirus in MumbaiCOVID-19 in MumbaiCoronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in DharaviLockdown in MumbaiContainment Zones in MumbaiRajesh TopeCricket in Mumbai Coastal Road ProjectSharad PawarA Zenlive Media Private Limited Venture | © 2020 Mumbai Live. All Rights Reserved.CoronaviruscasesconfirmedcasesrecovereddeathsWorldwide×Share NowShareTweetNEW UPDATE (S)
2020-06-23Week-long lockdown declared in Ambernath as Covid-19 cases go up - Times of India
Week-long lockdown declared in Ambernath as Covid-19 cases go upWeek-long lockdown declared in Ambernath as Covid-19 cases go upManoj Badgeri & Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 23, 2020, 09:53 ISTPhoto for representative purpose onlyTHANE: The Ambernath municipal council (AMC) has enforced a week-long lockdown as the case count in this township located at the farthest end of Thane district reached 1,269 on Monday. Ambernath is the second town in Thane district, after Bhiwandi, to go in for a lockdown in less than a week. Talks for a similar lockdown in Kalyan-Dombivli and Ulhasnagar are also on. AMC chief Shridhar Patankar said, “We have imposed a seven-day lockdown starting Tuesday, till June 30. All commercial establishments except health-related establishments will remain shut, while essentials like milk, groceries and vegetables will be home-delivered only between 8am and 5pm.” Shiv Sena MP Shrikant Shinde said there had been a demand from local representatives for a lockdown considering the rising number of cases. He has appealed to residents to cooperate with the administration. Arvind Walekar, ex-president of AMC, said civic teams will track all high-risk contacts of Covid-19 patients and help break the virus chain. A meeting between local netas and guardian minister Eknath Shinde was held on Saturday to discuss a lockdown in Kalyan-Dombivli, where 3,768 cases have been registered so far along with 77 deaths. MNS MLA Pramod (Raju) Patil said, “Patients are increasing in Kalyan-Dombivli with the relaxations post-lockdown. I have suggested to the KDMC and to the guardian minister to impose a 15-day lockdown but give a time for residents to purchase essentials.” Dombivli Sena corporator Dipesh Mahatre said if cases weren’t curtailed, it would be difficult for the administration to handle patients considering the limited medical facilities. The lockdown, he said, could be used to set up temporary hospitals. However, activists said a lockdown would not help unless the administration beefed up checking and provided timely treatment. 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2020-06-23Defeat of Pandemic Farther Due to Unplanned Urbanisation in Maharashtra - NewsClick
Defeat of Pandemic Farther Due to Unplanned Urbanisation in Maharashtra This high density of population among cities is being referred to as a crucial reason for the rapid spread of the pandemic. Amey Tirodkar 23 Jun 2020 Representational image. | Image Courtesy: ClickView Mumbai: The rapid spread of COVID-19 infections in the state that has been consistently witnessing the highest count in the country can be attributed to its larger extent of urbanisation, experts and observers believe. The most connected localities in Maharashtra, and especially in the capital Mumbai, have been recording rapid growth of the infection.  The total number of COVID-19 infections breached the count of 135K—including 6,283 deaths—on Monday. While 67,706 patients have recovered, the number of active cases stands at 61,793. The state accounts for 45% of the total number of cases reported in the country. Mumbai and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) continue to be highly affected amid the pandemic. There are nine municipal corporations in this MMR zone. According to the June 22 bulletin of state's Health Department, city-wise count of the cases is as follows: Mumbai (67,586), Thane (7,477), Mira Bhayandar (2,510), Vasai-Virar (2,970), Kalyan-Dombivali (4,329), Navi Mumbai (5,923), Bhiwandi (1,177), Panvel (1,424) and Ulhasnagar (1,084). Together, these areas account for 94,480 or 69.57% of the  total number of COVID-29 patients in the state.  Out of the state's total area of 3,07,713 square km, these nine cities occupy just about 2,297.37 square km or 0.74% of the land. According to the 2011 Census, the population of Maharashtra is 11,23,74,333. Out of this, over 1.84 crore people reside in the capital, while the other eight cities accommodate 80.7 lakh people. Added together, over 2.71 crore people have to coexist in only 2297.37 sq km area. This high density of the population among these cities is being referred to as a crucial reason for the rapid spread of the pandemic. "It is completely understandable that the MMR zone is highly affected. When you have such a small area for such a large population, then any epidemic is bound to spread like this," said Dr Anant Phadke, a senior epidemiologist. As numbers continue to spike in Mumbai, questions are being raised on the policies and efforts of the Brihanmumbai Metropolitan Corporation (BMC) and the state government. Chief of the state-level task force for COVID-19, Dr Sanjay Oak, told NewsClick, "It is unlikely that in a city like Mumbai, the number of patients will come down to zero. The graph will keep going up and down henceforth. So, we will have to treat people every time they complain of fever or cough. I have suggested to the state government to bring the testing price below Rs 1,000 and go for aggressive testing everywhere," said Dr Oak. Apart from the MMR region, there are 11 other cities in the state which have shown rapid growth of Covid-19. These cities and their corresponding number of patients are: Pune (13,741), Solapur (2,081), Aurangabad (3,231), Malegaon (944), Nashik (1,407), Dhule (318), Jalgaon (1,930), Akola (1,105), Amravati (418), Nagpur (1181), and Pimpri Chinchwad (1,524). Adding this data to that from the MMR zone, we see that 90.10% of cases come from these 20 cities of Maharashtra. According to the 2011 Census, Maharashtra is the third most urbanised state in India with about 5.09 crore or 45.23% people living in cities, following Tamil Nadu (48.45%) and Kerala (47.72%). Also read: Adani’s Plans to Privatise Airports May Go Awry "Urbanisation can't be an excuse while dealing with this pandemic. There are several issues with the policies of the state. Like city planning. There is only one planned city in the MMR zone and that is Navi Mumbai. Look at the situation in Panvel or Vasai-Virar or Kalyan-Dombivali and even Mumbai. There is no planning to effectively provide necessary urban facilities to people," said Sulakshana Mahajan, a senior city planner. Experts believe that Maharashtra's urban planning has gone for a toss in the past 20 years. Construction of illegal buildings has become common. In the last decade, there was the infamous case of Ulhasnagar where more than 20,000 buildings were found to be illegal. The state government had to formulate a special policy to legalise these buildings, which was termed 'Ulhasnagar Pattern'. The term has become common in real estate vocabulary. As per Census 2011, close to 42% of Mumbai's population lives in the slums. According to Sitaram Shelar, director, Centre for Promoting Democracy, 40% of Mumbai's population does not have water supply. "Around 20% population is completely deprived of all kinds of facilities including roads, sanitation, health services, electricity and even water. Another 20%  of the population gets water with compromised quality." This is responsible for the rise of ‘mafias’ in different fields. There are tanker mafias running in Mumbai, overcharging this deprived population for water. The same is true for other services like power as well, said Shelar. Like any other highly urbanised city, it is difficult for the low-income or even middle-income families to purchase a home in the heart of the city. So, they are forced to relocate to the adjoining cities like Thane and Navi Mumbai while still working in Mumbai, which then increases their commute time. According to Lata Aragade, a leader of the local commuters organisation, the average travelling time of the commuters from suburbs is three to four hours each day. If the commute takes place in public transport vehicles, the risk of exposure for these commuters increases multifold.  On the other hand, the state's expenditure on health services is also going to play an extremely important role in the ongoing health crisis. BMC is known to be India's richest municipal corporation with a budget of Rs 33,441 crore in 2020-21. But its allocation for health is only Rs 1,049 crore or 3.13% of the total budget. If we look at the state government's budget, total revenue receipts for 2020-21 are expected to add up to Rs 3,49,766 crore. The expenditure on public health is estimated to be Rs 5,000 crore and that by the medical education department is estimated to be Rs 2,500 crore. Combined, amounting to 2.14%. Senior economist and former professor at Tata Institute of Social Sciences Sanjeev Choandorkar said, "Problems with urbanisation turn up when the state confuses urban planning with allowing raising many buildings. The neoliberal policy of the state is about rescuing itself from the responsibility of ensuring essential services. This has to be changed at the earliest.  I hope Covid-19 will push civil society and also society at large to push policymakers towards better and responsible governance.” Also read: Billions of Children Are Being Punished by the Pandemic Get the latest reports & analysis with people's perspective on Protests, movements & deep analytical videos, discussions of the current affairs in your Telegram app. Subscribe to NewsClick's Telegram channel & get Real-Time updates on stories, as they get published on our website. 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2020-06-23Covid-19 cases in Mumbai Metropolitan Region cross one lakh-mark - Deccan Herald
Covid-19 cases in Mumbai Metropolitan Region cross one lakh-mark XShare viaShare permalinkMrityunjay Bose , DHNS, Mumbai, Jun 23 2020, 22:27 istupdated: Jun 23 2020, 22:41 istThe Covid-19 positive infections in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) crossed the one-lakh mark on Tuesday.The first two Covid-19 cases in Mumbai was reported on March 11 when two persons tested positive, while the first death was reported on March 17. The total Covid-19 positive cases in the MMR now stands at 1,01,496 and deaths at 4,781. The MMR comprises of five districts of Mumbai City,  Mumbai Suburban,  Thane,  Palghar and Raigad. In Maharashtra, the total cases now stands at 1,39,010 and deaths at 6,531, according to the data of the Public Health department.  In the last 24 hours, 3,214 positive cases and 248 deaths were reported. The figure of 248 deaths is the highest in a day's time, of which 75 were reported in last 48 hours and rest 173 before that. A total of 1,925 patients were discharged in last 24 hours, taking the total to 69,631. So far,  8,02,775 tests were conducted, of which 1,39,010 have tested positive.Four new municipal commissioners brought inAmid rising cases in the Mumbai metropolitan region, the Maharashtra government brought in four new municipal commissioners in the area, including Thane city.Dr Bipin Sharma was appointed Thane municipal commissioner replacing Vijay Singhal.Abhijit Bangar has been posted as Navi Mumbai municipal commissioner, while Dr. Raj Dhayanidhi has been posted as Ulhasnagar municipal commissioner.Dr. Vijay Rathod has been posted as Mira Bhayender municipal commissioner.Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeMumbaiCoronavirusCOVID-19MMR Related stories No Rath Yatra in Ranchi for first time in... Cop goes viral on social media with ‘Teri Mitti’... Covid-19 infections in MMR cross one lakh-mark Congress ups ante at CWC meet, fires salvo at... Delhi records 3,947 new coronavirus cases Round 2 of Covid-19: 21 new cases reported in... 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2020-06-23Mumbai: BMC seeks police help to trace 70 coronavirus patients who went missing - Republic World - Republic World
Mumbai: BMC seeks police help to trace 70 coronavirus patients who went missing Last Updated: 23rd June, 2020 17:19 IST Mumbai: BMC Seeks Police Help To Trace 70 Coronavirus Patients Who Went Missing Challenges continue to arise in the financial capital as 70 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 from Mumbai’s P-North ward have gone missing Written By Prachi Mankani Challenges continue to arise in India's financial capital as 70 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 from Mumbai’s P-North ward have gone missing. Taking cognizance over the same, BMC has sought Mumbai Police's help to trace the people through their mobile phone location and CDR. BMC senior officer spoke to Republic TV and said that the corporation has submitted the phone numbers, address and details of the concerned missing people to police officials.  "Officers may start search by tracing the phones with IMEI number. The process will take few days.. Once found, patients shall be taken back to the hospital for treatment," said the BMC official. The official also suspects that some patients might have left the city and some might have switched off their phones. They also hinted at the possibility that some patients may have died due to health reasons. READ: Coronavirus Live Updates: India reports 440,215 COVID-19 cases, 248,190 recovered READ: COVID-19 cases increase in Maharashtra's Jalna district, Minister Raje Tope holds meeting COVID-19 in Maharashtra  On Monday, Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally rose to 1,35,796 after 3,721 new novel coronavirus cases were reported in the state. Currently, there are 61,793 active cases in the state. With 1,962 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered has soared to 67,706. Meanwhile, 62 deaths were reported on Monday in the state-- 20 from Mumbai, 13 from Mira-Bhayandar, 9 from Pune, 8 from Malegaon, 4 from Aurangabad, two from Akola and one each from Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad, and Latur, taking the COVID-19 death toll to 6283. So far, 7,87,419 samples have been tested for coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 6,01,182 persons are under home quarantine, 26,910 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. READ: Will only Maharashtra show patriotism?: Sena's open dare after blocking 3 Chinese projects READ: Mumbai Police has apt 'social distancing' response for 'party-animal' friends; Watch First Published: 23rd June, 2020 17:19 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 1 hour ago Retired Army officer appointed as security adviser to Punjab Police 14 mins ago Mercury drops in parts of north India; monsoon to reach Delhi, UP in 2 days 1 hour ago Maharashtra : Latur school conducts classes amid outbreak, management booked 19 mins ago Rajasthan housing board to build 160 flats for MLAs 27 mins ago Habitual criminal killed in Nagpur city 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 EXCLUSIVE: China asked to disengage from re-occupied areas, details accessed Amit Shah replies to Delhi CM’s request on COVID facility, says ‘MHA has assigned ITBP’ Coronavirus Live Updates: India reports 440,215 COVID-19 cases, 248,190 recovered 'Given info to AYUSH Ministry': Patanjali CEO after notice over COVID breakthrough claim FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-06-23Thane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replaced - Business Insider India
Thane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replacedThane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replacedPTIJun 23, 2020, 23:11 ISTThane, Jun 23 () Thane on Tuesday reported 925 COVID-19 cases, taking the district's count to 23,492, while 41 deaths during the day took the toll to 812, an official said. The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane city is now 6,630, Kalyan 3,970, Mira-Bhayander 2,481, Navi Mumbai 5,072, Ulhasnagar 1,208, Bhiwandi 1,239, Ambernath 1,322, Badlapur 593 and Thane Rural 977, he informed. Meanwhile, Vipin Sharma was appointed Thane municipal commissioner in place of Vijay Singhal whose new posting has not been announced as yet. In neighbouring Palghar, the number of cases was 3,060, and 105 people have died of the infection so far. COR BNM BNM {{}} (This story has not been edited by Business Insider and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed we subscribe to.)Next StoryJharkhand's COVID-19 tally rises to 2,193 with 53 new casesPopular on BI1New photos appear to show Elon Musk's 'UFO on a stick' device that will connect users to SpaceX's fleet of Starlink internet satellites2These are the countries that rely the most on tourism around the world, and could be the worst-hit as travel collapses3FDA warns against 9 hand sanitizers that contain toxic levels of methanol and can be deadly if ingested or absorbed through skinLatest Stories Turkey not considering lockdowns despite rise in COVID-19 cases S Africa begins continent's first trials for COVID-19 vaccine 18 new COVID-19 cases in Jharkhand, 1 more death COVID-19: Govt should address problem of medical staff shortage, says forum COVID-19: 200 fresh cases in Aurangabad district, 12 die Trending NewsFabifluChinese AppsTelangana lockdown guidelinesPuri Jagannath YatraSurat copPetrol Diesel PriceCovid-19 PatientAcharya BalakrishnaCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMaharashtra lockdown guidelinesDeath Cases in MaharashtraChinese App AlternativesSpicejetTamilnadu lockdown GuidelinesJharkhand's COVID-19 tally rises to 2,193 with 53 new casesTalking to Centre on pre-flight mandatory COVID-19 tests: CM20,000 beds for COVID-19 patients in Delhi by next week: ShahCOVID-19IndiaCases: 456kDeaths: 14.4kRecovered: 258kCOVID-19WorldCases: 8.99mnDeaths: 469kRecovered: 4.61mnCOVID-19USACases: 2.26mnDeaths: 119kRecovered: 647kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageThane COVID-19 count touches 23,492; TMC chief replacedJharkhand's COVID-19 tally rises to 2,193 with 53 new casesTalking to Centre on pre-flight mandatory COVID-19 tests: CM20,000 beds for COVID-19 patients in Delhi by next week: ShahAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapPopular CategoriesTech NewsPolicy NewsPersonal Finance NewsMobile NewsBusiness NewsEcommerce NewsAuto NewsStartups NewsStock Market NewsFinance NewsEntertainment NewsEconomy NewsCareers NewsApps NewsInternational NewsPolitics NewsEducation NewsAdvertising NewsLife NewsHealth NewsScience NewsIndia NewsRetail NewsSports NewsPersonalities NewsCorporates NewsEnvironment NewsWorld NewsTrending Right NowCentral bank of IndiaCheck jio BalanceBSNL Mobile balanceChinese Mobile CompanyIndian Mobile CompanyTelangana Coronavirus casesKarnataka Coronavirus CasesGoogle PhotosOBC BankPM KisanCoronavirus cases in HaryanaChinese AppsCheck Balance in SBIHow to check Vodafone BalanceUttarakhand Coronavirus caseslargest economies in the worldCoronavirus cases in DelhiContainment zones in KolkataMumbai Containment ZonesPune Containment ZonesMore from our PartnersCOURSERAMaster Business Fundamentals from WhartonLeadership and Business Skill for Immediate I... Take Big Data from University of California S... Take Machine Learning from University of Wash... Read MoreThe Weather ChannelTigress Dies in Aurangabad Zoo; Swab Sent for... Monsoon Marks Early Arrival in Himachal Prade... ‘Severe Flood’ Warning in Bihar as Heavy Mons... Assam Struggles to Stay Afloat as Early Monso... Read MoreWattpadA Heart Can HopeA Sliver of HopeSomething To Live ForLast Drop of WaterRead More
2020-06-23State to serve show-cause notices to housing societies barring domestic help and caregivers - Free Press Journal
State to serve show-cause notices to housing societies barring domestic help and caregivers By Sanjay JogState to serve show-cause notices to housing societies barring domestic help and caregiversFile ImageThe Maharashtra government will take another day or two to release guidelines on the hot-button issue of allowing entry to domestic help and caregivers, drivers, vendors and other persons in housing societies. However, it has decided to crack the whip on those co-operative societies denying permission, by serving them show-cause notices.Minister of Cooperation Balasaheb Patil admitted that some societies are reluctant to give a nod to the entry of domestic help, drivers and others. A set of guidelines will be shortly released, he said.He told The Free Press Journal, "I have today (Tuesday) instructed the district deputy registrar to serve a show-cause notice to housing societies who will not follow the guidelines. I have already appealed to them to allow domestic help to resume work, so as to avoid inconvenience to residents, especially senior citizens.’’Earlier, the Mumbai District Coop Housing Federation had come out with a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). There are 1.10 lakh co-operative housing societies, of which there are 40,000 in Greater Mumbai, 30,000 in Thane and 19,000 in Pune.As per the SOP, all 24-hour domestic help/caregivers are allowed, provided they can prove they are not coming from a containment zone and provide a medical clearance certificate. Once in, these helpers will be restricted from moving out of the premises and must necessarily reside in the society, unless there is a medical emergency. In such a case, the domestic help or caregiver would be obliged to inform the society.The chairman of the federation, Prakash Darekar, told The Free Press Journal, "The SOP was issued as the state government, including the cooperation department has not issued one so far. We were of the view that some guidelines are required in the interest of housing societies and their members.’’ Further, he informed that the federation had urged Patil to issue a directive under section 79 of the Maharashtra Cooperative Societies' Rule, 1960.Darekar admitted that the office-bearers of some housing societies were scared to allow entry to domestic help and others, fearing Covid-19 infection.As far as drivers are concerned, the federation said the former could drive residents’ cars only as far as the entry and exit gates but could not be permitted within the society. The onus of ensuring that the driver did not come from a containment zone would rest with the concerned residents.In case of milk vendors, milk would have to be delivered at the security gate, while vegetable and fruit vendors could only halt outside the gate. In the event of heavy rain, arrangements would have to be made with permission from the managing committee.For appliance repairs and servicing, the federation said the mechanic would have to send a copy of their Aadhaar card and furnish proof that they were not coming from a containment area. It would be compulsory for the service provider to wear gloves, mask and a face shield and no repair, renovation or interior work would be allowed except monsoon-related ones, with prior permission of the managing committee.For residents who are returning from travel or other family members visiting home, the federation said residents should apprise the managing committee and the returnees should be advised a 14-day quarantine from the date of arrival.maharashtraMUmbaihousing societiesRecent 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
2020-06-23Panvel City Police arrest four persons and take one minor in custody for robbery on highway in JNPT area - Free Press Journal
Panvel City Police arrest four persons and take one minor in custody for robbery on highway in JNPT areaBy Amit SrivastavaFPJ Photo Panvel City Police arrested four persons and took custody of a minor boy for allegedly robbing watchmen, supervisors, and truck drivers along the highway in JNPT area. Two more accused wanted in the crime are in the custody of Kherwadi police for a similar crime committed in Mumbai. They used to show chopper knife and rob people along the highway.Panvel City Police had registered a robbery case on June 11 after watchmen, supervisors and truck drivers were robbed by some people. The case was registered under section 392, 394 and 34 of IPC and 4 and 25 of Arms Act.Working on tip-offs received from reliable sources, the Panvel City police arrested four accused from Mumbai on June 21. They have been identified as Samsuddin Sahabuddin Ansari (19), Mohammad Noheed Khan (21), Shahid Mohammad Raees Khan (19). All of them are residents of Govandi in Mumbai and were unemployed. The police recovered the chopper knife used for the crime, a motorbike, cash and mobile phones from them.Ajay Landge, senior police inspector of Panvel City police station said that the two more accused who are in Mumbai police's custody will be taken to their custody soon. “They have committed similar crime in Mumbai and several cases of robberies were already registered against them,” said Landge. They were presented before court where they have been sent on police custody till June 26.PanvelJawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT)Panvel City PoliceRecent 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
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2020-06-23Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones under Panvel Municipal Corporation including Kamothe, Kharghar, New Panvel, Kalamboli as of June 23 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones under Panvel Municipal Corporation including Kamothe, Kharghar, New Panvel, Kalamboli as of June 23 By FPJ Web DeskCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zone in Panvel, Kharghar, Kamothe and Kalamboli issued by Panvel Municipal Corporation as of June 23 FPJ PHOTOTill Sunday, the total number of positive cases reached 1329 of which 422 cases were reported in the last week. At present, there are 406 positive cases and 867 cured while 56 people died due to the virus infection. However, the recovery is over 65 percent in PMC.Maximum positive cases of coronavirus reported from Kamothe with 407 and still, there are 93 active positive cases. “Despite a high number of infections, citizens are not following the basic norms of social distancing,” said the official. Seven shops were sealed in Kamothe.Maharashtra on Sunday reported 3,870 new COVID-19 cases and 101 deaths, including 41 from Mumbai, taking the total tally to 1,32,075 and fatalities to 6,170.Mumbai has so far recorded 66,488 COVID-19 cases, of which 33,491 patients have been discharged after recovery. The death toll stood at 3,671 while eight fatalities were reported as non-COVID-19.After Mumbai, maximum caseload is reported from Thane and Pune. Thane division has so far reported 96,859 COVID-19 cases and 4,568 deaths while Pune has contributed 18,926 cases and reported 811 fatalities. Pune city alone has reported 13,267 cases and 517 deaths.Here is the full list of containment zones issued by Panvel Municipal Corporation:Kamothe1. Kamothe Sector 10, Sahydri Building near Union Bank, B/5345, Plot no 13.2. Kamothe Sector 19, Shirkhar Complex3. Kamothe Sector 21, Sai Rachana,4. Kamothe Sector 34, Ravi Ratan Corner5. Kamothe Sector 10, Vikram Tower, Plot No. A- 205.6. Kamothe Sector 22, Haware Nirmiti Building,7. Kamothe Sector 34, Hari Niwas8. Kamothe Sector 5, Maruti Tower9. Kamothe Sector 9, Pushpaganga CHS,10. Kamothe Sector 15, Krishna Recidency11. Kamothe Sector 11, NandKrupa CHS.12. Kamothe Sector 21, Gauri- Shankar Society, Plot No. 186.13. Kamothe Sector 11, Shiv Krupa CHS.14. Kamothe Sector 36, Shidhivinayak,15. Kamothe Sector 16, Indra Mahal CHS16. Kamothe Sector 8, Pushpganga CHS,17. Kamothe Sector 7, Aditya Complex18. Kamothe Sector 20, Shidhivinayak Complex19. Kamothe Sector 11, Kunj Recidency, Plot No. 47.20. Kamothe Sector 09, Sai Prathana, Plot No. 29.21. Kamothe Sector 21, Royal Height Building, Plot No. 198/ 199.22. Kamothe Sector 34, Om Sai Darshan, Plot No. 141/ 145.23. Kamothe Sector 10, Satyam Platainun CHS, Plot No. 4324. Kamothe Sector 36, Krishna Appartment, Plot No. 10.25. Kamothe Sector 11, Krushna Apartment, Plot No. 35.26. Kamothe Sector 34, Mansarovar Complex.27. Kamothe Sector 10, Sai Pratima CHS, Plot No. 34.28. Kamothe Sector 12, Sai Dham, Plot no 73,29. Kamothe Sector 6, Sarita Sangam Apartment30. Kamothe Sector 35, Plot No. 83, Sankalp CHS.31. Kamothe Sector 06, C-wing, Shitaldhara Complex.32. Kamothe Sector 24, Plot-12/D, Sky Gold Appartment.33. Kamothe Village , Sector 14, Plot-18/19, Mira Prabhu Niwas.34. Kamothe Sector 18, Plot No.50,63,64,65 Silver Star CHS35. Kamothe Sector 11, Plot No. 29, Asiana Complex.36. Kamothe Sector 11, Vasant Park CHS, V-wing37. Kamothe Sector 11, Sai Krupa CHS, Plot No. 55.38. Kamothe Sector 18, Tirupati Enclave Society, Plot NO. 40.39. Kamothe Sector 09, Shivsagar Society, B-Wing, Plot No. 16.40. Kamothe Sector 05, Maruthi dham, A-wing, Plot No. 11.41. Kamothe Sector 36, Suraj Complex, C-wing, Plot No. 21.42. Kamothe Sector 35, Atharv Building, A-wing, Plot No. 45.43. Kamothe Sector 06, Anant Vatikak, E-wing, Plot No. 22.44. Kamothe Sector 08, Mahavir Vastu, D-wing, Plot No. 09.45. Kamothe Sector 17, Ridhi-Sidhi Darshan Society, B-wing, Plot No. 34.46. Kamothe Sector 14, Lake View Society, Plot No. 37.47. Kamothe Sector 06-A, Vijaydeep Appartment, A-Wing, Plot No. 1548. Kamothe Sector 14, Vista Corner Society, Plot No. 08-D.49. Kamothe Sector 10, Shree Ashthavinayak Krupa Society, Plot No. 07.50. Kamothe Sector 35, Sai Sagar Society, A-wing, Plot No. 03.51. Kamothe Sector 22, Tirupati CHS, Plot No. 21.52. Kamothe Sector 16, prem Pride CHS, Plot No. 08-A.53. Kamothe Sector 11, Mahadev Patil Building, Plot No. 03.54. Kamothe Sector 01, Varadvinayk CHS, Plot No. 10.55. Kamothe Sector 08, Anirudh Astha Society, Plot No.15.56. Kamothe Sector 10, Maruti Enclave, B-wing, Plot No. 48.57. Kamothe Sector 16, Suraj Sadan CHS, Plot No. 11.58. Kamothe Sector 05, Star A-01 Building , Plot No.40.59. Kamothe Sector 06, Snehar Appartment, C-wing, Plot No. 07.60. Kamothe Sector 18, Hari Om Complex, A-wing, Plot No. 80.61. Kamothe Sector 36, Tirupati Complex, B-wing, Sector-36, Plot No. 78.62. Kamothe Sector 17, Shiv Kalpataru, R.B.K. No.04, Plot No. 01.63. Kamothe Sector 21, Shubh Arcade, Plot No. 22.64. Kamothe Sector 22, Haware Green Park, C-wing.65. Kamothe Sector 22, Gagangiri Appartment, Sec.12 Kamothe.66. Kamothe Sector 35, Sai Pooja Arcade, Plot No. 67.67. Kamothe Sector 07, Shree Ganesh CHS, Plot No. 25.68. Kamothe Sector 07, Jay Ganraj Building, Plot No. 25.69. Kamothe Sector 07, Shree Ram Acade, B-wing, Plot No. 18-A.70. Kamothe M.G.M. Hosptial Quarter.71. Kamothe Sector 21, Shubh Arcade, Plot No. 22.72. Kamothe Sector 20, Sai Ashish Appartment, Plot No.39.73. Kamothe Sector 21, Sai Pride Soceity, B-wing, Plot No. 219.74. Kamothe Sector 12, Pushp Sangam Society, B-wing, Plot No. 35-36.75. Kamothe Sector 16, Krushnai Niwas, C-wing, Plot No. 13.76. Kamothe Sector 35, Anirudh Arcade, B-wing, PlotNo. 102.77. Kamothe Sector 16, Shree Krushna Palace, Plot No. 03.78. Kamothe Sector 09, Krushan Kunj Society, Plot No. 38.79. Kamothe Sector 21, Surbhi CHS, A-wing, Plot No. 11/12.80. Kamothe Sector 35, Ridhi Sidhi Socity, Plot No.06.81. Kamothe Sector 08, Deepak Society, Plot No. 37.82. Kamothe Sector 10, Devlila CHS, Plot No. 50.83. Kamothe Sector 34, Mansarovar Complex, Building No. 09, B-wing.84. Kamothe Sector 34, Sankruti CHS, B-wing,85. Kamothe Sector 06, Shree Ji, Appartment, E-wing, Plot No. 15-16, Near MNR School.86. Kamothe Geomatric Silver Crust Society, D-wing,Plot No. 29.Panvel1. Panvel Niki Tower, Vishrali naka.2. Panvel Tulsi Lila Co. op. Ho. Lmt. Kalundre.3. Panvel Line Ali, Nilkant Darshan CHS.4. Panvel Arihant Plaza, Plot No. 144, Godbole Construction, Near Suruchi Hotel, Middle Class Scoeity.5. Panvel Near Orian Mall, Dev Gaurav CHS, Room No. 2036. Panvel MG Road Tapal Naka7. Shani Mandir, Tapalnaka to Panchratan Chawk Road and its Sub Roads8. Panvel Tulsidham CHS, Near Garden Hotel.9. Panvel Parameshwari Niwas, Plot No. 45, 52 Banglow.10. Panvel Parijat Builiding , Near Uran Naka.11. Panvel Sahayog Society, E-wing, Joshi Ali.12. Panvel Moraj RiverSide, Park, T-02, Takka.13. Panvel Akansha Avenue, B-wing, Opp. Kalan Samaj Mandir, Thana Naka Road.14. Panvel Mauli Darshan Building , Kalundre Gaon.15. Panvel Sai Mannat Society, Plot No. 71/72, Kalundre.16. Panvel Sai Siddhi Building , A-wing, Kalundre.17. Panvel Kalptaru Riverside CHS, Kaveri Building No. 03, A-wing.18. Panvel Sun Stone Appartment, Sector 12, Plot No. 04.19. Panvel Shubham Complex, Sector 08, Building No. 04, A-wing.20. Panvel Clasic Kalptaru Society, B-wing, Sector 16.21. Panvel Sai Udyan CHS, E-wing, Plot No. 183.22. Panvel Channel Eligence, Paradise Takka23. Panvel Takka Gaon, Near Marathi School House.24. Panvel Moraj Riverside- Tapi Building, Takka.25. Panvel Moraj Residency, S-02, Takka.New Panvel1. New Panvel Sector 13, Plot no 22 CIDCO2. New Panvel Sector 13,A TYPE 71/3, Kaveri CHS 2nd Floor, Near BSNL office3. New Panvel Sector 13, CIDCO Colony, A-Type.4. New Panvle Sector 13, Cidco Coloty, Chawl No. 11, A-type.5. New Panvel Sector 13, Vasamt Nivas, Chawl No. 48., A-Type, Cidco Vasahat.6. New Panvel Sector 13, Chawl No. 48, Near Kalimata Mandir, A-Type.7. New Panvel Sector 13, Cidco Coloni, Chawl No. 21, A-Type.8. New Panvel Sector 13, Cidco Coloni, Chawl No. 48, A-Type.9. New Panvel Sector 13, Cidco Coloni, Chawl No. 62, A-Type.10. New Panvel Sector 13, Indrayani Society, A-Type, Chawl No. 03.11. New Panvel Sector 14,E1/2,C/8, behind of CKT School12. New Panvel Sector 6, 202 Marvals, Group riti saya, New panvel13. New Panvel Sector 6,Room No.4-Sushmit Society Plot No.B/43 National Complex14. New Panvel Sector 4, Pushapmala co oprative society Room no 204 plot no 80/8315. New Panvel Sector 9, Mahaveer Villa, Plot No 10216. New panvel Aro Tower, A wing, Room No. 10317. New Panvel Sector 8, Khanda Colony, H/7, Garden View CHS, Room no.218. New Panvel Sector 17, Sai Shraddha CHS, Plot No. 12, Khanda Colony, More Hospital Building19. New Panvel Sector 04, Plot No.158/159, Pushplata CHS20. New Panvel Sector 16, Sapkal Chawl , Podi-02. Near Pillai College.21. New Panvel Sector 07, Shree Ji Sangh, Sector 07, Khanda Colony.22. New Panvel Sector 15, Gumohor Park Society, Plot No. 06.23. New Panvel Sector 07, Vision Society, Near Pillai Colloge Academy, Khanda Colony.24. New Panvle Sector 06, Nilkanth Park CHS, B-wing, Plot No. 18, Khanda Colony.25. New Panvel Sector 09, Dhanlakshmi Appartment, Plot No. 90/91.26. New Panvel Sector 14, Amrutvel Appartment, E-01, B-01.27. New Panvel Sector 08, KamalKunj Soceity, Plot No. 83.28. New Panvel Sector 01-S, City Avenue Building, Plot No. 101, Near Shabari Hotel.29. New Panvel Sector 05-A, Hari Mahal, D-wing, Plot No. 43-45.30. New Panvel Sector 10, Kanaiya Appartment, Plot No. 11, Khanda Colony.31. New Panvel Sector 14, Amrit CHS, Plot No. 06. 25-32. New Panvel Sector 04, Pushp Varsha Socity, Plot No. 112.33. New Panvel Sector 13, B-10, Building No. 12, First Floor.34. New Panvel Sector 02, Reliance Building, Plot No. 21-22-23.Kharghar1. Kharghar Sector 05, Adhiraj Aqua, B-601,2. Kharghar Sector 14, L-488 Raghunath Vihar3. Kharghar Sector 19, Devdarshan Complex P. No- 23/24 R. No. - C/103 Sec.194. Kharghar Ghot post Koyanavale5. Kharghar Sector 20, Flat No 801, Om srushti Apt., plot no.51 A, Opp ramseth Thakur public School6. Kharghar Sector 21, A-1904, Chaturbhuj CHS, Plot No.61-62, Near Shilp Chowk7. Kharghar At Sec 4, Nikunj CHS Plot no.14, Kharghar Opp Yerla Medica, c/o Fouzi, Raigad, Maharashtra.8. Kharghar Sector 12 Omkareshwar CHS Room No 3049. Kharghar Sector 35, B 501, Jaynai, Plot 51, Ove10. Kharghar Sector 36, E 15 & E 19 Building, Swapnapurti CHS11. Kharghar Pandurang Niwas, behind Laxmi-Narayan Building, Taloja- Gaon.12. Kharghar Sector- 21,Plot No. 05, Shree Niketan13. Taloja (Panchnand) Sector 09, Plot No.14, Uma Paradise.14. Kharghar Sector 10, Premnath Gaykar Chawl.15. Kharghar Sector 13, Balaji Heights.16. Kharghar Sector 03, Matoshri Building , Belpada.17. Kharghar Sector 34, Sai Mannat.18. Kharghar Sector 34, Simaran Safayar CHS, Plot NO. 34.19. Kharghar Sector 11, Friend CHS, Plot No. 25.20. Kharghar Sector 12, Suryoday CHS, Plot No. 138..21. Kharghar Sector 21, Tapovan CHS, B-wing, Plot No. 167.22. Kharghar Sector 08, Bhoomi Heights CHS, A-wing.23. Kharghar Sector 10, Lavista CHS, B-wing, Plot No. 256/257.24. Kharghar Sector 21, Dnyan sadhana Society, B-wing, Plot No. 63.25. Kharghar Sector 10, Sencity Society, Plot No. 201.26. Kharghar Sector 10, Ashoka Residency, Plot No. 03.27. Kharghar Sector 35, Mayank Residency.28. Kharghar Sector 05, Savli CHS, Plot No. 41.29. Kharghar Sector 34-H, Smith CHS.30. Kharghar Sector 20, Haware Gulmohor Building, A-wing.31. Kharghar Sector 02, Vighanharta CHS, B-wing, Plot No. 10.32. Kharghar Sector 08, Shanti Niketan, Plot No. 08.33. Kharghar Goodwill Garder, Plot No. 15/16.34. Kharghar Sector 12, Dilip Sing Row-House, Plot No. 77.35. Kharghar Sector 07, Patel Heritage, F-wing, Plot No. 15.36. Kharghar Sector 15, Priydarshani Society, Spagety.37. Kharghar Sector 05, Kaveri CHS, Plot No. 04.38. Kharghar Sector 21, Akalvya Society, C-wing, Plot No. 69.39. Kharghar At- Owe, Post- Peth.40. Kharghar Sector 13, Prime Rose Arcade CHS, Plot No .11941. Kharghar Govind Sath Niwas, New Vasahat, Rohinjan.42. Kharghar Sector 15, C-09, Room No.11, Gharkul CHS.43. Kharghar Sector 15, Gharghar- Makarand Vihar CHS, B-04.44. Kharghar Sector 15, Gharkul - Kunj Vihar, Building No. 10, Plot No. 15.45. Kharghar Sector 15, Gharkul - Matruchaya Society, Building No.C-23.46. Kharghar Sector 15, Gharkul - Mahalkshmi Society, A-19.Kalamboli1. Kalamboli Sector 4, plot no 26, Sai Nagar, A wing,2. Kalamboli Navade, Khiduk Pada, Vitthal Mandir3. Kalamboli LIG Complex, f/60,4. Kalamboli Sector 4, Plot no 7, Gokuldham, A wing.5. Kalamboli Sector 2 E, Ex Service Men CHS, Room No. 401, Building6. Kalamboli Sector 04, Building No. 09, KL-047. Kalamboli Secotr 03/E, K.L.5/44, Near Sudhgad High School.8. Kalamboli Sector 10/E, Kuber Palace, Plot No. 09, Roadpali.9. Kalamboli Sector 04, Guru Villa Complex, A-wing, Plot No. 23.10. Kalamboli Sector 11, Guru Kutir Complex, C-Wing, Plot No. 24.11. Kalamboli Sector 11, Neel Sankul CHS, B-wing, Plot No. 20-C.12. Kalamboli Sector 01-E, Satya Sanskar Society, C-wing, Plot No. 30.13. Kalamboli Sector 01-E , Sansruti Appartment, Plot No. 30, C-wing.14. Kalamboli Sector 02-E, L.I.G.- 02, Building No.29.15. Kalamboli RAF Camp, Type-01, Taloja.16. Kalamboli Sector 15, Black Smith Corner-02, A-Wing, Plot No. A-21.17. Kalamboli Sector 15 , Palm Vihar, B-wing.18. Kalamboli Sector 12, Gurudwara Zopadpatti.19. Kalamboli Sector 20, Suncity Reva Socity, Plot No. 32, Roadpali.20. Kalamboli Sector 01, Dhyan Socity, B-wing, Plot No. 11.21. Kalamboli Sector 17, Victoriya Park, Sector 17, Roadpali.22. Kalamboli Sector 03-E, K.L.05/01, Near Bus Depo.23. 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2020-06-22Maharashtra registers 3721 new Corona cases, 62 deaths Monday - ummid.com
Maharashtra registers 3,721 new Corona cases, 62 deaths Monday Thane - with 25,390 cases and 732 fatalities - has emerged as the second worst-hit district after Mumbai in the state Monday June 22, 2020 10:37 PM, IANS [NCP Chief Sharad Pawar in a meeting with Maharashtra Dy CM Ajit Pawar, Education Minister Varsha Gaekwad and others Monday.] Mumbai: Maharashtra on Monday notched 3,721 Covid-19 cases - down by 153 from the peak of 3,874 on June 20 while there were 62 deaths, the lowest this month till date, health officials said. The fatalities came down by 39 from Sunday's 101 - and a sharp fall of 116 from the previous peak of 178 fatalities recorded on June 15. With this, the state death toll climbed to 6,232, (though the state government pegged it at 6,283) and total cases shot up to 135,796 till date, both being the highest in the country. 1 death every 23 minutes Monday's figures work out to roughly one death every 23 minutes, and a whopping 155 new cases notched every hour in the state. After several days, the recovery rate dropped from 50.04 to 49.86 per cent, and the mortality rate stood at 4.63 per cent. For most days in June, the state has been recording three-digit highs of deaths and over 3,000 plus figures of new patients. The Health Department said of the total number of cases till date, 61,793 are active cases - and this number is lower than the number of patients cured, indicating a positive sign. Maharashtra Coronavirus Districtwise status Out of Monday's fatalities, Mumbai alone notched 20 deaths -- taking the city's death toll up to 3,737 now, while the number of Covid-19 positive patients here went up by 1,098 cases to touch 67,586 now. There were also 15 deaths in Thane (Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander), 11 in Pune, eight in Nashik, four in Aurangabad, two in Akola, and one each in Palghar and Latur. On the positive side, a total of 1,962 fully cured patients returned home, taking the number of those discharged to 67,706 now. 'Mission Zero' Meanwhile, BMC Commissioner I.S. Chahal launched 'Mission Zero' involving a Rapid Action Plan (RAP) with 50 mobile dispensaries, doctors and all other facilities for the northern suburbs of Mumbai. The dispensaries-on-wheels will move around the north-east suburbs of Bhandup and Mulund and north-west suburbs of Dahisar, Borivali, Kandivali, and Malad to identify and treat patients for two-three weeks. These areas have become a matter of concern with a lower than average doubling period, after Dharavi recorded a remarkable turnaround which earned the BMC and Maha Vikas Aghadi state government unexpected praise from the Centre, senior officials said with pride. The RAP will include local doctors and is supported by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, top realtors bodies CREDAI-MCHI, NGOs like the Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana and Desh Apnayen. These organisations would provide mobile vans, medicos and medicines, while the civic teams would carry out the swab testing, quarantine facilities, etc., said Chahal. Mahatrashtra Covid-19 update The MMR (Thane Division) remains a problem area with a total of 4,655 Covid-19 deaths, and the number of positive cases touched 99,229. Thane - with 25,390 cases and 732 fatalities - has emerged as the second worst-hit district after Mumbai in the state. Pune district has dropped to the third position with 16,474 patients and 612 deaths till now. But Pune Division ranks second (after MMR) with 19,626 patients and 822 deaths. The next major region of concern is Nashik Division with 405 deaths and 6,221 positive cases, followed by Aurangabad Division with 194 fatalities and 4,275 cases, and finally Akola Division with 103 deaths and 2,184 cases. Latur Division has 33 deaths and 789 cases, Kolhapur Division notched 36 deaths and 1,709 patients, and finally Nagpur Division with 15 deaths and 1,647 cases. Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home-quarantine increased to 601,182 now, while those in institutional quarantine increased to 26,910. For all the latest News, Opinions and Views, download ummid.com App. Select Language To Read in Urdu, Hindi, Marathi or Arabic. 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2020-06-22Mumbai unlock 1.0 news: Today's updates - Times of India
Mumbai unlock 1.0 news: Today's updatesTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateMaharashtra NewsMumbai unlock 1.0 news: Today's updatesTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jun 22, 2020, 23:17 ISTCovid-19 cases are increasing day by day in suburbs area in Mumbai (Photo credit: Mumbai Mirror)As the Central and state governments allow phase-wise relaxation in curbs to get the life up and running again following over two months of lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid-19, we bring you the latest updates from Mumbai. Update at 11.16pm: There were also 15 deaths in Thane (Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander), 11 in Pune, eight in Nashik, four in Aurangabad, two in Akola, and one each in Palghar and Latur today. (PTI) Update at 10.55pm: Several residents of the posh Shivaji Park area in Dadar here on Monday staged a silent protest and a vociferous one online against the cremation of a large number of bodies of Covid-19 victims and others at the local crematorium. (IANS) Update at 10.12pm: Mumbai's Covid-19 tally up by 1,128 to 67,635 and death toll up by 20 to 3,735, PTI reports quoting Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Update at 9.35pm: Surge in Covid-19 cases in Mumbai has affected normal functioning of postal service in Aurangabad and other districts of Marathwada region in Maharashtra, a senior official said on Monday. (PTI) Update at 8.53pm: Maharashtra's Covid-19 cases rise by 3,721 to 1,35,796 and fatalities by 62 to 6,283, reports PTI quoting health official. Update at 7.41pm: A sum of Rs 8.41 crore have been collected as fines for lockdown violations in various parts of Maharashtra since March 22. The state police said that in 90 days of lockdown the state has issued 5.61 lakhs passes for essential services alone. Police have registered 1.33 lakhs offences under IPC sections of 188 of Disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant in which 27,446 people have been arrested so far. Update at 7pm: A Maharashtra minister was on Monday discharged from Breach Candy hospital in Mumbai after recovering from COVID-19. He was admitted in the hospital on June 12 after testing positive for novel coronavirus. (PTI) Update at 5.35pm: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Monday launched 'Mission Zero' rapid action plan at Shahaji Raje Bhosale Sports Complex, in a bid to combat coronavirus outbreak situation in the city, which is severely affected by the contagion. (ANI) Update at 4.30pm: The Maharashtra Higher and Technical Education department's examinations in various subjects held by the state's Common Entrance Test Cell have been postponed in view of the Covid-19 outbreak, state minister Uday Samant said on Monday. (PTI) *Update at 4.10pm: A plush residential complex in Napean Sea Road in Mumbai's Malabar Hill area has been sealed after 21 COVID-19 cases were reported from there in seven days, a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation official said on Monday. (PTI) *Update at 1.30pm: Asking if Maharashtra government is adopting a "wait and watch situation,",Bombay High Court has sought its "clear" stand on holding ICSE & ISC exams in pending papers. Expressed its concern for students due to rising cases & toll. *Update at 1.00pm: Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik says there will be no Dahi Handi celebration this year due to Covid-19. The decision taken after a meeting of the office-bearers of various Mumbai, Thane mandals on Sunday. Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik says there will be no Dahi Handi celebration this year due to Covid-19. The decision t… https://t.co/reeJFrlVTK— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1592809747000*In Dahisar and Borivli, the BMC has planned door-to-door screenings, especially in residential localities for early detection. *Family members of Covid patients admitted to private hospitals and have been charged extra can now approach the BMC with billingrelated complaints. So far, 134 such complaints received from patients admitted to 26 private hospitals for Covid treatment have been redressed, the BMC said on Sunday. *The BMC will launch a rapid action plan on Monday to control the sudden rise in Covid-19 cases in the suburbs. *Update at 12.30pm: Locals stage a silent protest at Shivaji Park crematorium against smoke and large number of Covid dead body burning in crematorium. Mumbai: Locals stage a silent protest at Shivaji Park crematorium against smoke and large number of Covid dead body… https://t.co/h7JbCiyrKc— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1592808765000*ANI update at 12.11pm: 1 death, 55 police personnel tested positive in the last 24 hours, the total number of positive cases in Maharashtra Police is now 4,103. *Looking at spiralling Covid-19 cases in highrises, the BMC has taken to online conferencing with the office bearers of housing societies, suggesting precautions and preventive measures. *A 52-year-old gynaecologist from Kalyan, Dr Parag Patil, died at Jaslok Hospital on Sunday after a monthlong battle with Covid-19. *PTI update at 9.47am: India's Covid-19 death toll rises to 13,699, cases climb to 4,25,282 with 445 new fatalities and 14,821 fresh infections: Health ministry *A 54-year-old executive engineer from the storm water drain department of the BMC died at the SevenHills hospital, where he had been admitted with Covid-19, on Sunday. *Maharashtra on Sunday raced past 6,000 Covid-19 deaths, 105 days after its first case was detected. With an addition of 186 deaths, including some added as part of statistical reconciliation, the death toll stood at 6,170. *Of the total 2,428 Mumbai Police personnel found Covid-19 positive so far, 1,702 have recovered and 688 are still undergoing treatment. Of the 1,702 cops who have recovered, 46 are from J J Marg police station. Most of them have resumed duty. *A head constable attached to the intelligence wing of the Mumbai Police died of Covid-19 on Saturday, taking the total death count of city policemen to 32. This is the first death in the intelligence wing. *The growth rate of cases shrank below the 2% mark and came to rest at 1.96% in Mumbai. *Four constables attached to the Thane Central jail have tested Covid-19 positive. Their treatment has started and their close contacts have been quarantined. 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2020-06-22Maharashtra Covid-19 cases spike by 3,721 to 1,35,796; fatalities 6,283 - Times of India
Maharashtra Covid-19 cases spike by 3,721 to 1,35,796; fatalities 6,283Top Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateMaharashtra NewsMaharashtra Covid-19 cases spike by 3,721 to 1,35,796; fatalities 6,283PTI | Jun 22, 2020, 23:31 ISTRepresentative imageMUMBAI: Maharashtra on Monday reported 3,721 new Covid-19 cases and added 113 deaths as part of data updation, including 20 in Mumbai, taking the cumulative case count to 1,35,796 and fatalities to 6,283, a Health official said. Though a total of 113 deaths were added on Monday as per the data reconciliation process, 62 of them were reported over the past 48 hours and rest 51 before that, which were not reflected in the tally, the official explained. With 1,962 patients being discharged in the day, the number of the recovered cases rose to 67,706, he said, adding that the Covid-19 case recovery rate stood at 49.86 per cent. The number of active cases under treatment now stands at 61,793. Mumbai has so far recorded 67,586 Covid-19 cases, of which 34,121 patients recovered and were discharged, the official said. The death toll in the megapolis stood at 3,737 while eight fatalities were reported as non-Covid-19. Mumbai now has 29,720 active cases, he said. Of the 62 deaths (that occurred in the last 48 hours and added in the tally on Monday), 20 occurred in Mumbai, 13 in Mira Bhayandar, 9 in Pune city, 8 in Malegaon, 3 in Aurangabad city and 2 in Akola civic body-governed area, the official said. One death each was reported from Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation area, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Pune district, Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation area, Aurangabad and Latur districts. The average mortality rate for Covid-19 cases now stands at 4.63 per cent in Maharashtra, he said. Of 7,87,419 samples tested so far, 1,35,796 have returned a positive result (17.24 per cent), the official said. The number of people placed under home quarantine in the state stands at 6,01,182 while 26,910 others are placed under institutional quarantine, he added. After Mumbai, maximum caseload is reported from Thane and Pune divisions. Thane division, which includes Mumbai, has so far reported 99,229 Covid-19 cases and 4,655 deaths, while Pune has seen 19,626 cases and reported 822 deaths. Pune city (under the municipal corporation) alone has reported 13,741 cases and 526 deaths, he said. Nashik division that covers North Maharashtra has reported 6,221 cases and 405 deaths while south Maharashtra and coastal region covering Kolhapur division has reported 1,709 cases and 36 deaths, the official said. The number of cases and fatalities in Aurangabad division stands at 4,275 and 194 respectively, while the Latur division has reported 789 cases and 33 deaths, he said. Akola division has reported 2,184 Covid-19 cases and 103 fatalities and Nagpur division 1,647 cases and 15 deaths so far. A total of 116 people from other states and countries are under observation for the infection in Maharashtra, while 20 of them have died so far, the official said. Maharashtra Covid-19 figures are as follows: positive cases 1,35,796, new cases 3,721, deaths 6,283, persons discharged 67,706, active cases 61,793, people tested so far 7,87,419. 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2020-06-22COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees biggest single-day spike; Ulhasnagar reports 69 cases, 17 test positive - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees biggest single-day spike; Ulhasnagar reports 69 cases, 17 test positive in BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees biggest single-day spike; Ulhasnagar reports 69 cases, 17 test positive in BadlapurWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 22, 2020, 22:08 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 69 new coronavirus cases on Monday and with that, the total number of infected persons in the city went up to 1,125. Also, 31 patients were discharged in the past 24 hours taking the total number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar to 654. At present, 435 patients are undergoing treatment for COVID-19 in designated hospitals while 36 have died due to the virus until now. One person each tested positive from Shivaji Nagar, Sambhaji Nagar, Near Sadhu Bela school, Siru Chowk, Shivaji Chowk, Kaushalya Nagar, Chopra Court, Shanti Nagar, Sai Baba Colony, Ambika Nagar, Section 22, Subhash Tekdi, Sambhaji Chowk, Near Tahsildar Office, Ganesh Temple (Ulhasnagar 5), Section 40, Section 35, Shastri Nagar, Shiv Temple (Ulhasnagar 5), Ambedkar Nagar, Dudh Naka, Nehru Nagar, Akash Colony and Gawde School. The remaining cases were recorded in Khemani, Ulhasnagar 1, Gol Maidan, Subhash Nagar, Ambedkar Nagar, Central Hospital, Section 36, Ambika Temple, and from near Jhulelal School. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed the biggest single-day spike in COVID-19 numbers after 130 people tested positive in the area on Monday. The total number of cases now stands at 1,269, as per the latest data provided by Ambernath Municipal Corporation. Also, as many as 531 patients have been fully cured and discharged while 31 have succumbed to the contagious virus. Meanwhile, Badlapur reported 17 new cases of coronavirus taking the city's tally to 569, along with 13 fatalities. Three people each tested positive for the virus in Boradpada Road and Nisarg Park, while two cases came up in Krishna Vrindavan (Datta Chowk). One person, each, tested positive in Barrage Road, Vrindavan Society, Ritu World, Purushottam Heights, Rameshwadi, Eranjad, Kharvai, Saffron Hill and Patil Pada. According to the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC), 292 people have recovered in Badlapur while there are 264 active patients in the city at present. RELATED NEWSCoronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020Coronavirus outbreak hits Saiwyn Quadras-Shweta Bajaj's wedding plans...Apr 15, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Salary deferment is a bad idea, say expertsApr 01, 2020 Our promise of safety starts with the test driveThe Volvo XC90Work seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberBuy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. Shop nowmoha:Virtual University Fair for Bachelors & Masters CoursesGYANBERRYDell's Premium Business-class NotebookDell IndiaSafest & biggest Multibagger stocks by Manish GoyalSafest Multibagger Stocks Exciting offers!! Ready Homes Online festival 12-30th June.Prestige GroupMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career TimesHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career TimesDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterDEPOTBLOGAmerican Lottery Known for ₹10,000 Crores Jackpot Comes to IndiaLotto Smile
2020-06-22Maha COVID-19 cases spike by 3,721 to 1,35,796;fatalities 6283 - Outlook India
Maha COVID-19 cases spike by 3,721 to 1,35,796;fatalities 6283 Outlook June 22, 2020 23:15 IST Maha COVID-19 cases spike by 3,721 to 1,35,796;fatalities 6283 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 (Eds: Adds details) Mumbai, Jun 22 (PTI) Maharashtra on Monday reported 3,721 new COVID-19 cases and added 113 deaths as part of data updation, including 20 in Mumbai, taking the cumulative case count to 1,35,796 and fatalities to 6,283, a Health official said. Though a total of 113 deaths were added on Monday as per the data reconciliation process, 62 of them were reported over the past 48 hours and rest 51 before that, which were not reflected in the tally, the official explained. With 1,962 patients being discharged in the day, the number of the recovered cases rose to 67,706, he said, adding that the COVID-19 case recovery rate stood at 49.86 per cent. The number of active cases under treatment now stands at 61,793. Mumbai has so far recorded 67,586 COVID-19 cases, of which 34,121 patients recovered and were discharged, the official said. The death toll in the megapolis stood at 3,737 while eight fatalities were reported as non-COVID-19. Mumbai now has 29,720 active cases, he said. Of the 62 deaths (that occurred in the last 48 hours and added in the tally on Monday), 20 occurred in Mumbai, 13 in Mira Bhayandar, 9 in Pune city, 8 in Malegaon, 3 in Aurangabad city and 2 in Akola civic body-governed area, the official said. One death each was reported from Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation area, Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Pune district, Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation area, Aurangabad and Latur districts. The average mortality rate for COVID-19 cases now stands at 4.63 per cent in Maharashtra, he said. Of 7,87,419 samples tested so far, 1,35,796 have returned a positive result (17.24 per cent), the official said. The number of people placed under home quarantine in the state stands at 6,01,182 while 26,910 others are placed under institutional quarantine, he added. After Mumbai, maximum caseload is reported from Thane and Pune divisions. Thane division, which includes Mumbai, has so far reported 99,229 COVID-19 cases and 4,655 deaths, while Pune has seen 19,626 cases and reported 822 deaths. Pune city (under the municipal corporation) alone has reported 13,741 cases and 526 deaths, he said. Nashik division that covers North Maharashtra has reported 6,221 cases and 405 deaths while south Maharashtra and coastal region covering Kolhapur division has reported 1,709 cases and 36 deaths, the official said. The number of cases and fatalities in Aurangabad division stands at 4,275 and 194 respectively, while the Latur division has reported 789 cases and 33 deaths, he said. Akola division has reported 2,184 COVID-19 cases and 103 fatalities and Nagpur division 1,647 cases and 15 deaths so far. A total of 116 people from other states and countries are under observation for the infection in Maharashtra, while 20 of them have died so far, the official said. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: positive cases 1,35,796, new cases 3,721, deaths 6,283, persons discharged 67,706, active cases 61,793, people tested so far 7,87,419. PTI ENM NSK NSK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website First J-K Domicile Certificate Goes To North Kashmir Girl Through E-application Delhi Riots: Police Opposes Safoora Zargar's Bail Plea In HC, Says Pregnancy No Ground For Bail Neymar, Kylian Mbappe Among PSG Stars To Undergo COVID-19 Checks Ahead Of Training Return More from Outlook Magazine Present In Past Tense Pangong Tso Grime In The Factory Next Story : HC declines to pass interim order on OBC quota in AIQ medical admissions Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-22Surge in COVID-19 cases in Thane district rattles Maharashtra govt - Deccan Herald
Surge in COVID-19 cases in Thane district rattles govt Surge in COVID-19 cases in Thane district rattles govtSurge in COVID-19 cases in Thane district rattles Maharashtra govt XShare viaShare permalinkMrityunjay Bose, DHNS, Mumbai, Jun 22 2020, 10:47 istupdated: Jun 22 2020, 11:55 istA spike in COVID-19 cases in this district adjoining Mumbai has rattled the Maharashtra government.Thane district now has 24,338 cases and has reported 713 deaths, according to the daily report of the Public Health department.For latest updates and live news on coronavirus, click hereThe district has six big municipal corporations - Thane,  Navi Mumbai,  Kalyan-Dombivli,  Ulhasnagar, Mira Bhayander and Bhiwandi-Nizampur.Thane is among the top five worst-affected districts in India and the government is focussing on controlling through the Chase-the-Virus initiative. The Thane city and the satellite township of Navi Mumbai are the worst-affected with 7,311 and 5,786 cases and 237 and 163 deaths, respectively. Thane and Navi Mumbai are two of the biggest industrial belts and the residents of the district comprise a majority workforce in the Mumbai metropolitan region (MMR). Two jumbo hospitals with over 1,000 beds,  one in Thane and another in Navi Mumbai, have been set up, which are COVID-19 care centres and have oxygen and ICU facilities."Medical facilities have been enhanced significantly," said state's urban development minister Eknath Shinde,  who is Thane district's guardian minister.  On Sunday, 1,023 COVID-19 positive cases were added to the tally.  "The spike is a matter of concern.  After Mumbai, Thane is a hotspot with a spurt of cases in the last week. 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2020-06-22Thane: Sisters who ran away after losing grocery money rescued - Yahoo India News
Thane: Sisters who ran away after losing grocery money rescuedPTI22 June 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Jun 22 (PTI) A 12-year-old girl and her 7- year-old sister were reunited with their parents within 24 hours after they ran away in fear as they had lost Rs 500 given to them for grocery shopping, police in Maharashtra's Thane district said on Monday.The parents had filed a missing complaint in Shivaji Nagar police station in Ambernath and the Ulhasnagar unit of Thane Crime Branch was also brought in to help trace the girls, an official said.'They were found in Ambernath on Sunday and reunited with their parents,' an official said. PTI COR BNM BNMReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextNepotism: 10 Bollywood peeps who are "famous" for nothingYahoo CelebrityWith 9,440 COVID-19 patients cured in last 24 hours, recovery rate increases to 55.77%AniAamir Khan's New Lockdown Look Goes Viral, Justin Bieber Accused of Sexual AssaultNews18Saif Ali Khan Says He Is Privileged; ‘Good Actors Don’t Get Opportunities That Privileged People Do’FilmibeatCOVID-19: Manish Sisodia visits Union Home Secretary’s officeAniOxford professor sentenced to jail in France over child abuse imagesThe GuardianRath Yatra: Complete shutdown in Puri from 9 pm till 2 pm on WednesdayOneindiaSouth Korea becomes first country to announce second wave of coronavirusYahoo News UKNepotism: Late Bengali actress had accused Anupam Kher of bullying her to get Kirron Kher awardedYahoo MoviesOfficials of Indian Embassy in Pakistan return to IndiaAniSalary history bans are actually helping women and Black peopleQuartzSushant Singh Rajput spent 10 lakh per monthBoldskyCommander-Level Meet on Chinese Side of LAC: ReportThe QuintBangalore Bike Accident: Three Men Die In Jakkur While Trying To Perform Stunts On Their MotorcyclesDriveSparkCOVID-19: MP govt to reduce electricity bill of residentsAniDyson Heydon: Inquiry finds top Australian ex-judge harassed womenBBC
2020-06-22Home quarantine mandatory for cabin crew who come in contact with COVID-positive person: DGCA - Business Insider India
Home quarantine mandatory for cabin crew who come in contact with COVID-positive person: DGCAHome quarantine mandatory for cabin crew who come in contact with COVID-positive person: DGCAPTIJun 22, 2020, 23:20 ISTNew Delhi, Jun 22 () Civil aviation regulator DGCA on Monday said only those cabin crew members who come in direct contact with a COVID-positive person onboard a flight will be sent for mandatory 14-day home quarantine. The health ministry had on June 12 told carriers that they can decide whether home isolation is required for crew members if anyone aboard a flight tests positive for COVID-19. The ministry's relaxation came after airlines raised concerns earlier in June over the shortage of crew due to an increasing number of COVID-19 cases among passengers. On March 23, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had made it mandatory for the airlines to put the entire crew of a flight under home quarantine in case anyone aboard was found to be COVID-positive. AdvertisementHowever, on Monday, the aviation regulator said in a circular: "In case of such crew, who have the history of contact with a COVID-19 case during the flight operations, the home quarantine shall be mandatory." "The 'risk assessment' for the crew shall be done by the concerned airline's doctor and the crew shall be advised for testing as per ICMR guidelines," it added. The decision regarding crew members -- who have had no contact with a COVID-19 case onboard -- would have to be taken on the basis of this 'risk assessment', the DGCA said. AdvertisementIndia resumed domestic passenger flights from May 25 after a gap of two months due to the coronavirus pandemic. International passenger flights continue to remain suspended in the country. 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2020-06-22HT Salutes: Ulhasnagar resident who makes bird feeder out of waste products - Hindustan Times
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2020-06-21Thane: 70-year-old money lender found dead in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Thane: 70-year-old money lender found dead in UlhasnagarThane: 70-year-old money lender found dead in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jun 21, 2020, 14:00 ISTRepresentative ImageULHASNAGAR: A 70-year-old man was found dead in an isolated spot in Ambernath on Friday afternoon. He was identified as Shejumal Ramnani, a resident of the Lalchakki locality in Ulhasnagar. The police said that Ramnani had been strangled by an unidentified suspect. The police learnt that Ramnani was in the business of giving private loans to people, and that he had been incurring losses due to the lockdown, as people were not paying him back. The police said they had filed a case, and were investigating all angles. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 cases IndiaCoronavirus test centersCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaNarendra ModiSolar Eclipse 2020 liveCoronavirus India update liveLadakh standoffIndian ArmyIndia China newsAP Inter Supply Exam CancelSurya Grahan fasting rulesIndia China border disputeLATEST VIDEOSCityCops halt baraat as groom, father found Covid positive in Uttar Pradesh Shocking! Pregnant girl ‘sold’ for Rs 50,000 by parents in Gujarat Monsoon likely to arrive in Delhi by June 25: IMD Shocking: Younger brother caught in brawl, Sikh man thrashed, turban tossed by mob in UP's Amroha More from TOIHome remedies to soothe an upset stomachImmunity boosting fruit | Papaya health benefitsTrending short kurtis for womenPuzzle exercise mats: Convenient options for small spacesNavbharat 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 IndiaNarendra ModiSolar Eclipse 2020 liveCoronavirus India update liveLadakh standoffIndian ArmyIndia China newsAP Inter Supply Exam CancelSurya Grahan fasting rulesIndia China border disputeSolar Eclipse timingCoronavirus VaccineBreaking NewsNewsCoronavirus newsHoroscope todayISRO Free Online CourseStep 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 webSolar Eclipse and HealthAbhishek KapoorKajol on SushantRhea ChakrabortyWatch Solar EclipseKaran JoharSalman KhanSonakshi SinhaVikas GuptaTrending topicsFather's Day ImagesFather's Day WishesFather's Day QuotesFather's Day MessagesSushant and YRF ContractFather's Day GreetingsSurya Grahan PrecautionsSushant Co-star SanjanaSushant Suicide CaseZodiac SignsSolar Eclipse & PregnancyFather's Day 2020Google DuoRealme Narzo 10A SaleVideo Game in SchoolAmazon App QuizSolar Eclipse in BangaloreRing of Fire IndiaFollow 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
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2020-06-20Maha: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected - The Siasat Daily
Maha: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected Maha: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected By Qayam Updated: June 20, 2020, 12:10 pm ISTThane: A 70-year-old man’s body was found lying on a roadside on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar township in Thane district of Maharashtra, police said on Saturday.The body was recovered on Friday evening, they said.“Police had received information that the body was lying along a road leading to a brick kiln on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar,” an official of Hill Line Police Station said.The victim was later idenfitied as Sejumal Ramnanai and it came to light that the septuagenarian was a resident of Ulhasnagar, he said.Related NewsHyderabad:Woman’s body wrapped in plastic found floating in lakeOfficer charged with murder for shooting Rayshard BrooksCOVID phobia: Man dies by roadside while pleading for helpPolice suspect it to be a case of murder as strangulation marks were found on the neck. “Somebody might have strangulated the elderly man using a wire,” the official said.The body was sent to a government hospital for post- mortem and an offence under IPC section 302 (murder) was registered, police said.Source: PTI CategoriesCrimeCrime and Accident TagsMaharashtra murder Subscribe us on Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News, Technology, Entertainment, Sports, Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS. ContributeTo contribute an article to Siasat Daily or enquire about syndication, please write to newsdesk@siasat.comTrending Stories Dubai to allow foreign tourists from July 7 Oman decides not to hire expats for these jobs The history of Niloufer Hospital Complaint filed against rumoured girlfriend of Sushant Singh High alert in Telangana over possible locust attack +91-40-24744180 +91-40-24603666FacebookTwitterLinkedInYouTubeInstagramTelegramWhatsappAbout UsContact UsAdvertise With UsSupportPrivacy PolicySitemapCopyright © Siasat Daily, 2020. All Rights Reserved Back to top button Close Search for: ePaperCOVID-19 TrackerWorldTelanganaAndhra PradeshHyderabadBangaloreBollywoodHollywoodTechnologyScienceSportsPhotosVideosIndiaPoliticsCrimeMiddle EastHealthBusinessIslamic HubJobsRecipesFacebookTwitterLinkedInYouTubeInstagramTelegramWhatsapploading... SettingsAppearanceLightDarkOTHER LINKS Islamic Prayer & Calendar Weather Currency Complains / Queries Contact Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Close Search for
2020-06-20Maharashtra: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected Last Updated: 20th June, 2020 11:23 IST Maharashtra: Body Of Elderly Man Found By Roadside, Murder Suspected A 70-year-old man's body was found lying on a roadside on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar township in Thane district of Maharashtra, police said on Saturday. Written By Press Trust Of India A 70-year-old man's body was found lying on a roadside on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar township in Thane district of Maharashtra, police said on Saturday. The body was recovered on Friday evening, they said. "Police had received information that the body was lying along a road leading to a brick kiln on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar," an official of Hill Line Police Station said. The victim was later idenfitied as Sejumal Ramnanai and it came to light that the septuagenarian was a resident of Ulhasnagar, he said. Police suspect it to be a case of murder as strangulation marks were found on the neck. "Somebody might have strangulated the elderly man using a wire," the official said. The body was sent to a government hospital for post- mortem and an offence under IPC section 302 (murder) was registered, police said. First Published: 20th June, 2020 11:23 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 18 mins ago Mumbai sees 1242 new COVID-19 cases; Dharavi's doubling rate slows to 76 days, city at 36 2 hours ago Thane's COVID-19 count 21,588, Kalyan numbers continue to rise 2 hours ago Noida: One death, 49 news virus cases; total count 1,419 1 hour ago Husband of village head stabbed to death in Bihar 3 hours ago Ahmedabad COVID-19 cases up by 273 to 18,837; 20 more die 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 extends three defence vice-chiefs' financial powers to acquire critical ammunition Rath Yatra: Supreme Court to hear pleas seeking modification of its order for Odisha Mumbai sees 1242 new COVID-19 cases; Dharavi's doubling rate slows to 76 days, city at 36 BJP chief JP Nadda interprets Rahul Gandhi's 'Surender Modi' jibe as 'leader of gods' FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-06-20COVID-19 | Maharashtra sees highest spike with 3,874 new cases - The Hindu
COVID-19 | Maharashtra sees highest spike with 3,874 new cases 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 | India-China border standoff explained News Cities Mumbai Mumbai COVID-19 | Maharashtra sees highest spike with 3,874 new cases Jyoti Shelar Mumbai , June 21, 2020 02:12 IST Updated: June 21, 2020 09:56 IST Share Article PRINT A A A At the ready: A policewoman stores a hand sanitiser in her holster in Mumbai on Saturday.   | Photo Credit: Vivek Bendre Jyoti Shelar Mumbai , June 21, 2020 02:12 IST Updated: June 21, 2020 09:56 IST State reports 160 deaths, its second-highest single-day rise; toll rises to 5,984; cumulative case load jumps to 1,28,205 Maharashtra recorded 3,874 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, its highest surge in a day, pushing its tally to 1,28,205. The State also recorded 160 fatalities, its second-highest single-day rise, taking its death toll to 5,984. Nearly 51% of Maharashtra’s cases and 59% deaths are from Mumbai.Of the latest deaths, 136 were recorded in Mumbai, 10 in Jalgaon, six in Aurangabad, five in Pune, and one each in Solapur, Jalna and Beed. Of the 35 districts in the State, only three — Bhandara, Gondia and Chandrapur — have not reported a single death yet. Wardha and Gadchiroli, which had not reported any positive cases in the initial weeks of the outbreak, have now reported one death each.Surge in cases in MMRIn the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), with nine municipal corporations — Thane, Navi Mumbai, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi Nizampur, Mira Bhayander and Vasai-Virar — the case load is inching towards the 95,000 mark. As on Saturday, the tally of cases in the MMR was 94,165. After Mumbai and Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli and Vasai Virar have emerged as hotspots, with the civic bodies reporting a huge rise in positive cases within their limits.The data reconciliation exercise is under way in many parts of the State. “Barring Mumbai, Thane, Raigad and Palghar districts, the reconciliation of deaths in all districts and municipal corporations in the State has been completed,” a State health official said.On Saturday, 1,380 patients were discharged, taking the total tally of recoveries to 64,153. The State’s recovery rate stands at 50%. 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. 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2020-06-20Maharashtra sees highest spike with 3,874 new cases - The Hindu
Maharashtra sees highest spike with 3,874 new cases 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 | India-China border standoff explained News Cities Mumbai Mumbai Maharashtra sees highest spike with 3,874 new cases Jyoti Shelar Mumbai , June 21, 2020 02:12 IST Updated: June 21, 2020 02:12 IST Share Article PRINT A A A At the ready: A policewoman stores a hand sanitiser in her holster in Mumbai on Saturday.   | Photo Credit: Vivek Bendre Jyoti Shelar Mumbai , June 21, 2020 02:12 IST Updated: June 21, 2020 02:12 IST State reports 160 deaths, its second-highest single-day rise; toll rises to 5,984; cumulative case load jumps to 1,28,205 Maharashtra recorded 3,874 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, its highest surge in a day, pushing its tally to 1,28,205. The State also recorded 160 fatalities, its second-highest single-day rise, taking its death toll to 5,984. Nearly 51% of Maharashtra’s cases and 59% deaths are from Mumbai.Of the latest deaths, 136 were recorded in Mumbai, 10 in Jalgaon, six in Aurangabad, five in Pune, and one each in Solapur, Jalna and Beed. Of the 35 districts in the State, only three — Bhandara, Gondia and Chandrapur — have not reported a single death yet. Wardha and Gadchiroli, which had not reported any positive cases in the initial weeks of the outbreak, have now reported one death each.Surge in cases in MMRIn the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), with nine municipal corporations — Thane, Navi Mumbai, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi Nizampur, Mira Bhayander and Vasai-Virar — the case load is inching towards the 95,000 mark. As on Saturday, the tally of cases in the MMR was 94,165. After Mumbai and Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli and Vasai Virar have emerged as hotspots, with the civic bodies reporting a huge rise in positive cases within their limits.The data reconciliation exercise is under way in many parts of the State. “Barring Mumbai, Thane, Raigad and Palghar districts, the reconciliation of deaths in all districts and municipal corporations in the State has been completed,” a State health official said.On Saturday, 1,380 patients were discharged, taking the total tally of recoveries to 64,153. The State’s recovery rate stands at 50%. 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. 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2020-06-20Maha: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected - Outlook India
Maha: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected Outlook June 20, 2020 11:05 IST Maha: Body of elderly man found by roadside, murder suspected outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jun 20 (PTI) A 70-year-old man''s body was found lying on a roadside on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar township in Thane district of Maharashtra, police said on Saturday. The body was recovered on Friday evening, they said. "Police had received information that the body was lying along a road leading to a brick kiln on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar," an official of Hill Line Police Station said. The victim was later idenfitied as Sejumal Ramnanai and it came to light that the septuagenarian was a resident of Ulhasnagar, he said. Police suspect it to be a case of murder as strangulation marks were found on the neck. "Somebody might have strangulated the elderly man using a wire," the official said. The body was sent to a government hospital for post- mortem and an offence under IPC section 302 (murder) was registered, police 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 US Open, Paralympics Tennis Umpire Suspended For Failing To Report Corruption Ties India's Coronavirus Tally Nears 4 Lakh With Highest Single-day Spike Of 14,500 Cases PM Modi Surrendered Territory To China, Says Rahul Gandhi; Amit Shah Hits Back With Video Of Soldier's Father More from Outlook Magazine China's PLA Capable Of Fighting Transformational, Algorithm War; India's Old Resolution Mechanisms Won’t Work La América, Going South What Is The Treatment For Coronavirus? Next Story : Pak drone loaded with arms shot down by BSF along IB in J&K Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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2020-06-20Kalyan-Dombivli to get 200 oxygen beds and 200 ICU beds for Covid-19 patients: Eknath Shinde - Times of India
Kalyan-Dombivli to get 200 oxygen beds and 200 ICU beds for Covid-19 patients: Eknath ShindeKalyan-Dombivli to get 200 oxygen beds and 200 ICU beds for Covid-19 patients: Eknath ShindePradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 20, 2020, 22:25 ISTThane guardian minister Eknath Shinde (in blue safety gear) interacts with the kin of Covid-19 patients during...Read MoreKALYAN: The decision to increase 200 ICU beds and 200 oxygen beds in the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation area was taken at a review meeting held by guardian minister Eknath Shinde on Saturday in Kalyan as part of efforts to combat the coronavirus epidemic in the entire MMR region including Kalyan-Dombivli. The meeting held on Saturday a day after a-45 -year old patient on Friday died in absence of proper treatment facilities available at KDMC run Rukminibai hospital and also as Covid-19 cases are increasing in city where numbers of patients have reached 3257 including 71 death so far. The meeting called by Shinde was attended by all parties leaders and senior KDMC official. During meeting Shinde ordered KDMC commissioner Dr Vijay Suryawanshi to identify place on urgent basis to set up 200 oxygen and 200 ICU beds and asked him to work together in region by taking representative of all parties. A large number of temporary hospitals are being set up in the MMR region, including Mumbai, Thane, Ulhasnagar and Ambernath. The KDMC is also setting up a temporary hospital with 200 beds is at Savlaram Sports Complex in Dombivli. At meeting, Shinde also emphasized the need for door-to-door mass screening. The meeting also reviewed the plans to set up a quarantine center at Patidar Hall in Dombivli, Covid Hospital in Savlaram Sports Complex, a quarantine centers in the municipal building at Lal chowcky area in Kalyan (West) and cultural arts center at Kalyan East. He also directed the municipal administration to increase the manpower of doctors, nurses and supporting staff and increase the number of ambulances. Shinde said a fund of Rs 17 crore has been made available for KDMC through the state government and if required he will arrange more funds. 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2020-06-20Maha Body of elderly man found by roadside murder suspected - THE WEEK
Maha Body of elderly man found by roadside murder suspected PTI June 20, 2020 11:29 IST     Thane, Jun 20 (PTI) A 70-year-old man's body was foundlying on a roadside on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar township inThane district of Maharashtra, police said on Saturday.    The body was recovered on Friday evening, they said.    "Police had received information that the body waslying along a road leading to a brick kiln on the outskirts ofUlhasnagar," an official of Hill Line Police Station said.    The victim was later idenfitied as Sejumal Ramnanaiand it came to light that the septuagenarian was a resident ofUlhasnagar, he said.    Police suspect it to be a case of murder asstrangulation marks were found on the neck.    "Somebody might have strangulated the elderly manusing a wire," the official said.    The body was sent to a government hospital for post-mortem and an offence under IPC section 302 (murder) wasregistered, police said. PTI CORNP NP (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Satellite images show massive Chinese build-up at Pangong Tso Dravid never got enough credit for captaincy: Gambhir Sona Mohapatra mocks Salman Khan's appeal to fans on Sushant Singh CCI rejects complaint against Swiggy alleging unfair pricing Millions of mosquitoes to be released to control mosquito! Sounds weird? Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-06-19Covid in cities: Ahmedabad has highest CFR, Mumbai deaths/m - Times of India
Covid in cities: Ahmedabad has highest CFR, Mumbai deaths/mTop Searches:Coronavirus in IndiaCorona cases in IndiaIndia China newsIndia China border disputeGalwan valleyCovid in cities: Ahmedabad has highest CFR, Mumbai deaths/mAtul Thakur | TNN | Updated: Jun 19, 2020, 07:08 ISTAhmedabad has the highest case fatality rate and Mumbai the highest number of cases and deaths per million among the country’s nine largest megapolises, but the growth of cases and deaths over the last fortnight has been sharpest in Bangalore, Chennai and Delhi. Worryingly, the case fatality rate (CFR) or the number of deaths for every 100 positive cases has worsened over this period in six of the nine cities. The jump in CFR in Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai, to a significant extent, is because of the addition of hundreds of earlier deaths following data reconciliation exercises. However, even without any such exercise, Ahmedabad has the highest deaths per million after Mumbai. The highest CFR of 7.6 in Ahmedabad is followed by Kolkata, Bangalore and Mumbai. This ratio is lowest for Hyderabad. Chennai, despite the addition of older deaths continues to have a low CFR of 1.3 against the national average of 3.3. For six of these nine megapolises, the average daily growth rate of deaths over the past two weeks was higher than the growth rate of cases and hence the case fatality rate has worsened. Once again, in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai, adding earlier deaths has contributed to this trend. In contrast, in Kolkata, Hyderabad and Surat, cases have been growing at a faster rate than deaths and hence the case fatality ratio has improved over the last fortnight. While Bangalore had the fastest growth rate of deaths over this fortnight, that is largely a statistical quirk due to the fact that it started from an extremely low base. As a result it still has only 44 deaths, though with a relatively high CFR of 5.2. Similarly, Hyderabad had the sharpest jump in cases, but the low base on which that jump has come means that it still has the third lowest cases per million figure among these nine cities. In the past two weeks, even as India added over 1.5 lakh Covid-2019 cases at an average daily growth rate of 3.8%, the growth in cases in these cities kept pace. With deaths exhibiting a similar trend, a large proportion of India’s recorded cases and deaths remains confined to the urban centers. More than half of the cases (57.3%) and deaths (71.4%) are confined to these nine largest urban agglomerations with 5 million plus populations. Urban agglomerations are defined as continuous urban habitation. Mumbai UA, for instance, includes the Municipal Corporations of Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Mira Bhayandar. Similarly, Kolkata UA spreads over the districts of Kolkata, North and South 24 Parganas, Hooghly and Howrah. Chennai UA sprawls across Chennai, Thiruvallur and Kancheepuram districts while Hyderabad UA includes Hyderabad and parts of Rangareddy and Medak districts. Ahmadabad UA also includes Gandhinagar. The 2020 population estimates for these UAs are taken from the United Nation’s World Urbanisation Prospects. The census doesn’t include Delhi’s satellite cities like Ghaziabad and Gurgaon in the Delhi UA and hence Delhi’s cases as well as population are entirely for the NCT. Delhi’s 2020 population is taken from the census population projections for states and UTs. 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2020-06-19Fee stand-off pits teachers, parents against each other - Mumbai Mirror
Fee stand-off pits teachers, parents against each otherYou are in an offline modeFee stand-off pits teachers, parents against each otherByRahi GaikwadRahi Gaikwad / Updated: Jun 19, 2020, 07:28 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeschoolsThe standoff between schools and parents over payment of fee is snowballing into a major crisis with at least one school already being forced to reverse its decision to prevent students who have not paid from attending online lessons. While parents are quoting lost jobs, losses in business and salary cuts to demand waivers or discounts, the schools are pointing to their fixed costs and obligation to pay teachers to seek payment of fee by all students. And though the government did issue an advisory during the lockdown asking schools to not force parents to pay, it is now increasingly weighing its words realising a blanket waiver of fee, even deep discounts, could jeopardise the future of thousands of teachers. According to Shivnath Darade, general secretary, Shikshak Parishad, a teachers’ organisation, Mumbai has over a thousand primary and secondary private unaided schools employing over 50,000 teachers. 15 illegal buildings erected in L ward in just two weeksOfficials tell Mirror the structures are like ‘holiday constructions’, which normally come up during extended weekends, but this time took advantage of the BMC’s preoccupation with the pandemic On Tuesday, School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad asked both sides to be accommodating. “Taking action against one side is not the solution,” she said and asked PTAs (parents, teachers association) to hold talks. But there are no easy solutions available. Kandivali parent Meghaa Pithwa has connected with multiple groups to mobilise parents to demand reduction in fees. Pithwa, mother of two school-going children, ran the Brain Bridge Academy in Charkop, which created educational programmes. The academy shut down during the lockdown and her husband, who works in the entertainment industry, has been handed a substantial pay cut. “The school management is insisting on payment of fee. All they are offering is a 5 per cent discount if we pay the full year’s fee in one go. On Tuesday, they sent an emotional message asking us to respect teachers. “Why will we not respect teachers? Of course, we do. But the school too must be considerate,” Pithwa said. The dominant refrain among parents is that since classes are online, schools are saving on maintenance overheads. They are also arguing that since students, at least in the short term, will not be using computer labs, libraries and play grounds, why should they pay for them. Taking the classroom to students in Kerala01:37 Schools argue that teachers’ salaries account for nearly 80 per cent of their costs and thus non-payment of fee by students will directly impact teachers’ salaries. Not that schools are waiting before slashing teachers’ salaries or sacking them. A teacher in Ulhasnagar said her salary has been reduced by Rs. 9,000 and some of her colleagues have seen their salaries reduced by up to Rs 15,000. “Some of the new recruits earn as little as Rs 5,000. The technical staff and teachers for extra-curricular activities have been effectively wiped out,” the teacher said. This newspaper reported on May 23 that the Narayana e-Techno group, which runs eight branches in Mumbai and Thane, had sent teachers of co-curricular activities, administrative staff and contractual blue-collar staff on unpaid leave from May 1 citing lack of resources. The lockdown has also impacted operators of school bus services. The School Bus Owners’ Association last month appealed to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to allow collection of school bus fees as operators were not able to pay wages to thousands of bus drivers, cleaners and attendants. Always on the edge?In a new book, leading child psychiatrist Dr Amit Sen tells Amrita Tripathi why some children are prone to attention, emotional and social issues “It’s a catch-22 situation. What can the government do?” asked Avinash Jadhav, managing trustee of Oxford International School, Kandivali. The school recently got flak for removing students from WhatsApp groups for online learning following nonpayment of previous year’s fees. They reversed the action after intervention of education officials. Jadhav said his school has taken a loan to meet the salary expenses. “Salaries account for 80 per cent of our expenses. It’s a humanitarian crisis and we are all in the same boat. We need a consensus. Those who can pay should pay,” he said. Schools say parents were seeking unreasonably high discounts. They also pointed out that even those who have not been impacted by lockdown are resisting paying school fee. “Are you telling me 75 per cent parents have no money? In which other areas have discounts been offered? Has the GST been slashed? Has the income tax been reduced? And at some point, jobs will come back, and businesses will restart. But parents want discounts for the whole year. This clamour is unreasonable,” said the principal of a Malad school. Also, he asked, if anyone has heard of parents haggling over payment to private tuition classes. 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2020-06-19Maharashtra: BJP workers protest against Chinese President Xi Jinping in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Maharashtra: BJP workers protest against Chinese President Xi Jinping in UlhasnagarMaharashtra: BJP workers protest against Chinese President Xi Jinping in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 19, 2020, 21:36 ISTThe protestors chanted slogan against Chinese President.ULHASNAGAR: BJP workers in Ulhasnagar held a protest against China over the Galwan valley face-off in which 20 Indian Army personnel were martyred on June 15. The protestors took out funeral procession of Chinese President Xi Jinping raising slogan against China. The protests were organised by BJP leader Kapil Adsul and Pradeep Ramchandani. The protestors chanted slogan against Chinese President. 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 IndiaGalwan valleySolar Eclipse 2020 IndiaCoronavirus India update liveRajya Sabha Election ResultsJNVST Results 2020India China newsMaharashtra Final Year ExamsMPSC Result 2020India China border disputeLATEST VIDEOSCityShocking! Pregnant girl ‘sold’ for Rs 50,000 by parents in Gujarat Monsoon likely to arrive in Delhi by June 25: IMD Shocking: Younger brother caught in brawl, Sikh man thrashed, turban tossed by mob in UP's Amroha This Delhi cop's name and photograph flashed on billboard in Daryaganj More from TOIHome remedies to soothe an upset stomachImmunity boosting fruit | Papaya health benefitsTrending short kurtis for womenPuzzle exercise mats: Convenient options for small spacesNavbharat 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 IndiaGalwan valleySolar Eclipse 2020 IndiaCoronavirus India update liveRajya Sabha Election ResultsJNVST Results 2020India China newsMaharashtra Final Year ExamsMPSC Result 2020India China border disputeYogini Ekadashi 2020 dateLIC IPO Breaking NewsNewsCoronavirus newsHoroscope todayISRO Free Online CourseStep 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 webSushant Refused MedicationZodiac SignSushant Contract with YRFSushant Fan SuicideAnnular Solar EclipseRhea Tells PoliceHarshvarrdhan KapoorSushant Singh's SmilePenguin ReviewTrending topicsSSR and YRF ContractSurya Grahan 2020Irrfan KhanBhumika Remembers SushantRabiya on SushantRhea ChakrabortySushant's Instagram ProfileSSR Had 3 CompaniesMahesh ShettyRhea on SSR FuneralSolar Eclipse TimeFather's Day WishesGoogle DuoRealme Narzo 10A SaleVideo Game in SchoolAmazon App QuizSatyendar Jain CoronaBangalore Corona UpdateFollow 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
2020-06-18COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath cross 900-mark; Badlapur reports 26 new cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath cross 900-mark; Badlapur reports 26 new casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath cross 900-mark; Badlapur reports 26 new casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 18, 2020, 22:14 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeThane: Ulhasnagar reported 52 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, and with that, the city's case count rose to 904. So far, the city has registered 28 deaths and 485 recoveries, according to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). Most of the cases were recorded in Shanti Nagar, Ramayan Nagar, Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar, Anand Nagar, Lal Chakki Chowk, Siddhivinayak Nagar and Bhim Colony. The remaining cases came up in Netaji Chowk, Kailash Colony, Akash Colony, Swami Shantiprakash Ashram, Panchsheel Nagar, Krushna Nagar and Section 30. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali reports highest single-day spike in COVID-19 cases, two succumb to the infectionKalyan and Dombivali reported the highest single-day spike in the number of positive coronavirus cases on Thursday after 212 people tested positive for the viral infection in the last 24 hours. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed a sharp spike as 69 people tested positive in a single day. The total number of COVID-19 positive patients in the area till date now stands at 915. Out of the total cases, 381 people have been fully cured and discharged while the remaining are undergoing treatment at COVID Care Centres and designated hospitals in and around the city. 22 people have succumbed to the virus in Ambernath until now. Meanwhile, Badlapur reported 26 fresh coronavirus cases taking the tally to 474, along with 11 fatalities. Five people tested positive in Krishna Kunj (Belauli) while three cases came up in Datta Chowk. Two persons each contracted the virus in Laxmi Yashwant Arcade, Kharvai, Maruti Prakruti Dham and Juveli, whereas one person each from Swanand Sapphire, Ritu World, Nilkanth Hills Upvan, Vaniaali, Shirgaon, Boradpada, Jai Ambe Apartment (Katrap), Bhakti Apartment, Mall Plaza Complex and Valivali village tested positive for the virus. So far, 258 patients have been discharged in Badlapur and at present, there are 205 active cases. Untitled Carousel Maharashtra reports 100 COVID-19 deaths on Thursday; 67 from Mumbai itselfThe worst-hit city of the country reported 1,298 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, and with that, the total number of cases in the Maximum City surged to 62,799. 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 Priority Protect Mask P95 with 6-layer filtration system@295PriorityNew Portable Bar Kit For Fun House PartiesMensXPIFFCO-TOKIO is a leading private general insurance company.IFFCO-TOKIOWork seamlessly from home with superfast internet speedAirtel Xstream FiberBuy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. Shop nowmoha:Millionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & Life Dell's Premium Business-class NotebookDell IndiaHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career TimesHousewives are making Rs.6500/day from home!Career TimesQuit Smoking with NIXIT Nicotine Lozenge. BUY NOW!NIXITHPE Discover Virtual Experience – Register Now!!HPE DiscoverDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterDEPOTBLOG
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2020-06-17COVID-19 Latest Updates: Dharavi recoveries cross 1000-mark; Mumbai reports 1,359 new cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Latest Updates: Dharavi recoveries cross 1000-mark; Mumbai reports 1,359 new casesJun 17, 2020, 23.08PMCOVID-19 Latest Updates: Dharavi recoveries cross 1000-mark; Mumbai reports 1,359 new casesIndia saw an increase of 10,667 COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours with the total count of cases crossing 3.43 lakh on Tuesday.Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India is among countries with the least number of deaths due to COVID-19 and noted that the country can minimise its losses if all the rules to prevent the spread of coronavirus are followed.He also claimed that timely decisions have helped in containing the spread of coronavirus in the country.Today, the PM is likely yo interact with Chief Ministers of the remaining states, including Maharashtra, after he spoke to the first batch.Meanwhile, Maharashtra's tally has increased by 2,701 to 1,13,445 and the state recorded fresh death of 81 patients and added 1,328 deaths not reported previously.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-06-17 23:08(IST) COVID-19 June 17 HighlightsMaharashtra on Wednesday reported 3,307 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number of cases in the state climbed to 1,16,752. Besides that, 114 fatalities were recorded on the day, taking the state death toll to 5,651. However, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, in interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the officials have been testing samples aggressively and that it has been successful in containing the virus at some places, including Dharavi. Read all highlights here2020-06-17 23:07(IST) Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur tally nears 450Ulhasnagar reported 37 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the case count in the city to 852. No new deaths were reported on the day and the death toll now stands at 28. On the other hand, 40 people tested positive in Ambernath, where the tally has now gone up to 846. So far, 321 patients have been cured and discharged while 21 have succumbed to the virus. Meanwhile, Badlapur witnessed 17 new cases and the total number now stands at 448, along with 11 fatalities. Read detailed report here2020-06-17 23:05(IST) A corporator from Pune municipal corporation and her husband have tested positive for Covid. The corproator who holds a crucial position in PMC was working amongst the citizens to help them and is likely to have gotten infected during this relief work.2020-06-17 23:04(IST) Mumbai reports 1,359 new COVID-19 cases; 114 patients die in MaharashtraThe Maximum City on Wednesday reported 1,359 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number of cases surged to 61,501. Also, 77 patients succumbed to the virus in a day taking Mumbai's COVID-19 death toll to 3,242, according to the latest data provided by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Read full story here09:32 PM (IST) Thane Municipal Corporation inaugurates first 1000-bed field hospital for COVID-19 patientsA month after it was announced, the Thane Municipal Corporation earlier today inaugurated the first 1000-bed field hospital set up at Balkum, to treat patients who test positive for the novel coronavirus. The facility, located at the Global Impact Hub, has 10 floors, two of which have dedicated ICU beds. There is also a quarantine facility for on-duty doctors. Construction of the Balkum facility—on the lines of the jumbo isolation centre in Bandra-Kurla Complex—was announced in the first week of May and was readied within a month.2020-06-17 20:07(IST) COVID-19 has claimed lives of 277 overseas KeralitesA total of 277 Keralites living overseas have succumbed to COVID-19 till Tuesday. The majority of the deaths were reported from Gulf countries, while the death toll due to the disease in Kerala stands at 20.According to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, the state had only three COVID-19 deaths as on May 4. The subsequent spike in fatalities was augmented by overseas returnees with co-morbidities.Vijayan said Kerala is able to restrict the virus spread by sticking to guidelines including physical distancing, use of face masks and reverse quarantine.With relaxations of restrictions, and arrival of Keralites from abroad and other states, Kerala has entered the third phase of the crisis.2020-06-17 19:15(IST) Dharavi reports 17 new COVID-19 cases on WednesdayDharavi, one of the city's worst-hit areas, reported 17 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of cases in the slum colony went up to 2,106.On a good note, the death toll stayed put at 77 as no new patient has succumbed to the virus in the area in the past few days.Also, a total of 1,053 people have been cured and discharged in the largest slum of Asia, according to the latest data provided by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Read full story here2020-06-17 18:29(IST) China's inactivated Covid-19 vaccine shows promise in initial trialsAn inactivated Covid-19 vaccine candidate has shown promising results in both safety and efficacy in phase 1 and phase 2 clinical trials, according to the China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm).The vaccine, developed by the Wuhan Institute of Biological Products under the China National Biotec Group (CNBG) affiliated to Sinopharm, involved 1,120 volunteers aged between 18 and 59 in its clinical trials, which started on April 12, Xinhua reported on Wednesday.The results revealed a good safety record, with no cases of severe adverse effects found in the clinical trials.The vaccine receivers inoculated with two injections in different procedures and doses have all produced high titers of antibodies.2020-06-17 18:23(IST) With 3 more deaths, COVID-19 toll in Maha police rises to 45With the death of three morepersonnel of Maharashtra police due to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the number of such fatalities rose to 45 on Wednesday, an official said.A total of 366 police personnel have recovered from the viral infection during the same period.The number of active cases in the police force now stands at 1,033, comprising 128 officers and 905 personnel, the official said.As of June 16, 204 police officers and 1,195 personnel were undergoing treatment for COVID-19.The official further said that number of cases registered in the state under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for violating the lockdown norms stands at 1,31,377. He said more than 27,000 people have been arrested.2020-06-17 17:51(IST) Discipline shown by citizens during lockdown helped control 'exponential' growth of COVID-19: PM ModiPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that the discipline shown by citizens during lockdown has helped stop "exponential" growth of coronavirus.He made the remarks on the second day of his sixth interaction with Chief Ministers via video conferencing to discuss the situation created by COVID-19 and plans ahead for tackling the disease.This was his first meeting with Chief Ministers in `Unlock 1' phase after four phases of lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus."The number of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 till now is more than the number of active cases in the country. Also, at present, ventilator and ICU care are needed for very few patients across the country," the Prime Minister said."We have been able to fight COVID-19 and control its spread because of the timely measures taken by us. Discipline shown by people of this country during lockdown has helped control the exponential growth of this virus," he said.2020-06-17 17:23(IST) India's Covid-19 testing labs increase to 924: GovtAs the number of coronavirus infected patients across India crossed to 3.54 lakh, the Union Health Ministry on Wednesday said it has increased the number of COVID-19 testing labs to 924.Of the total labs, the number of government labs has been increased to 674 and private labs to 250 that are capable of Real-Time (RT) PCR, TrueNat and CBNAAT based testing.The RT-PCR based testing labs are 535 that include 347 government and 188 private labs. The number of TrueNat based testing labs is 316, including 302 government and 14 private labs. However, the number of CBNAAT based testing labs is 73, comprising 25 government and 48 private labs.Sharing the information, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said, a total of 1,63,187 COVID-19 samples were tested in the last 24 hours, and the total number of samples tested so far is 60,84,256.In the last 24 hours, the Ministry said a total of 6,922 COVID-19 patients were cured. With this, the number of cured patients rose to 1,86,934, indicating that the recovery rate rose to 52.80 per cent, the Ministry said.2020-06-17 17:09(IST) Karnataka govt to improve internet connectivity for a smooth WFH environmentState government soon plans to have a meeting with telenetworking companies and the internet service providers to ensure fast connectivity across Karnataka. After a review of the Information Technology department, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said that in view of the concept of Work From Home (WFH) gaining popularity in the pandemic Covid 19 situation, the government is keen to provide fast internet connectivity across the State. "An improved internet connectivity at right speed has become essential for everyone as they are WFH. It will also speed up the work in government offices too,'' he said.Appreciating Deputy Chief Minister CN Aswhath Narayan for continuously keeping in touch with the industry representatives, the CM appreciated the work done by a few startups during the Covid-19. Yediyurappa also said that the government is considering to set up special industrial parks for manufacturing medical equipment and technology.2020-06-17 16:07(IST) PM Modi interacts with 14 states on day 2 of consultations on coronavirus crisisContinuing with his consultations with state governments on ways to check the spread of coronavirus during 'unlock 1.0', Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday is holding interaction with chief ministers and representatives of 14 states and the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.His virtual interaction on day two of his consultations with states is attended by the chief ministers of Maharashtra, Delhi, Karnataka, Gujara, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar among others, and assumes importance as some of these states account for a majority of the cases in the country.West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is not participating in the meet as her name was reportedly missing from the list of speakers.On Tuesday too, he had interacted with chief ministers, LGs and administrators of 21 states and UTs on opening up the economy and at the same time preventing a surge in coronavirus cases.2020-06-17 16:06(IST) Indore records 44 new COVID-19 cases; tally rises to 4,134At least 44 fresh cases of novelcoronavirus were detected in Madhya Pradesh's Indore district in the last 24 hours, taking the region's tally to 4,134, a health official said on Wednesday.As many as 1,687 swab samples were tested in the district on Tuesday, of which results of 44 persons were positive for the infection, the official said.According to the district administration, four persons, including an 83-year-old woman and a 75-year-old man, had died of COVID-19.While the health official did not provide specific dates for the casualties, the toll in the district has now reached 182.A total of 3,048 persons in the district have recovered from the infection so far, he added.2020-06-17 16:06(IST) AAP MLA Atishi tests positive for COVID-19AAP MLA and national spokesperson Atishi has tested positive for COVID-19, her party colleagues said on Wednesday.Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took to Twitter to wish her speedy recovery."Atishi ji has played an important role in the fight against corona. I hope that she will get healthy soon and again get involved in serving the people," Kejriwal tweeted in Hindi.According to sources, Atishi was tested on Tuesday for COVID-19 and her report came positive today.She is presently under home quarantine, the sources said."Get well soon Atishi, recover soon from Corona," AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj tweeted.Atishi represents Kalkaji assembly constituency.2020-06-17 14:47(IST) LG Baijal holds meeting with Kejriwal, others on COVID-19 managementDelhi Lieutenant Governor (LG) Anil Baijal on Wednesday held a meeting with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to discuss the COVID-19 management in the capital as the cases are increasing with each passing day."Had a constructive meeting of Expert Panel with Hon'ble CM, Delhi @ArvindKejriwal, Dy CM @msisodia , CS, ACS (Home), Pr. Sec Health & members of Advisory Committee on COVID-19 management in Delhi," he tweeted.The LG held the meeting with the Chief Minister and others via video conferencing in the afternoon today.However, what was transpired between the meeting is yet to be known.According to the Health Ministry, the coronavirus case in Delhi has reached 44,688 on Wednesday. Out of the total, 26,351 are active cases, 16,500 have been cured/discharged and 1,837 have died due to the lethal infection.2020-06-17 14:47(IST) AIIMS conducts pilot study to assess effect of radiation therapy on COVID-19 patientsThe AIIMS is conducting a pilot study to assess the effect of low dose radiation therapy in alleviating symptoms of pneumonia in coronavirus-infected patients.Dr D N Sharma, head of the Radiation Oncology department at AIIMS and the principal investigator of the research project, said two COVID-19 patients who were on oxygen support were given the therapy last Saturday and their condition has improved since then."Both the patients, aged above 50, who are admitted at the National Cancer Institute, AIIMS, Jhajjar Centre are off the oxygen support now," Dr Sharma said."Radiation therapy usually is given in high doses for cancer treatment but in this case we are giving a safe low dose of radiation at 70 cGy in one sitting to the patient," he elaborated.The entire treatment takes around 15 to 20 minutes and has no side-effects.2020-06-17 13:55(IST) 275 new cases in AP275 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Andhra Pradesh today, taking total number of cases to 5,555 out of which 2,559 cases are active. 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2020-06-17COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur tally nears 450 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur tally nears 450You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur tally nears 450Written bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 17, 2020, 21:45 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 37 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the case count in the city to 852. No new deaths were reported on the day and the death toll now stands at 28. According to the latest data by Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), as many as 25 people were discharged in the city on Wednesday and with that, the total number of recoveries have climbed to 450. Out of the 37 new patients, seven are from Gayakwad Pada while four are from Punjabi Colony. Three persons each from Khemani and Sai Baba colony have tested positive and two patients each have come up from OT Section (Ulhasnagar-3), Balkrushna Nagar, Ambedkar Chowk and Nehru Chowk. Shri Ram Talkies, Section 29, Bhatia Chowk, Dudh Naka, Azad Nagar, Shanti Nagar, OT Section 40 (Ulhasnagar-5), Chopra Court, Birla temple road, Gol Maidan, Kailash Colony and Old Telephone Exchange recorded one new case each. Untitled Carousel COVID-19 June 17 Highlights: PM Modi rubbishes rumours of lockdown; over 1000 people recovered in DharaviMaharashtra on Wednesday reported 3,307 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number of cases in the state climbed to 1,16,752. Besides that, 114 fatalities were recorded on the day, taking the state death toll to 5,651. On the other hand, 40 people tested positive in Ambernath, where the tally has now gone up to 846. So far, 321 patients have been cured and discharged while 21 have succumbed to the virus. Most of the cases on Wednesday came up in Lok Nagari complex and DH Patil Colony, while the remaining are from B-Cabin Road, Kansai Section, Mahalaxmi Nagar, Khuntavli, Morivali, Kohaj Gaon and Ordnance Estate. Meanwhile, Badlapur witnessed 17 new cases and the total number now stands at 448, along with 11 fatalities. Four cases came up in Manav Park while three in Ganesh Nagar. One case each was reported in Lodha Heaven, Shreeji Nirvana, Manjarli, Ananth Nagar and Kharvai. The remaining four patients are currently quarantined outside the KBMC limits and their names were informed to the civic body only on Wednesday. So far, 239 people have been fully cured in Badlapur and the number of active patients now stands at 198. Untitled Carousel Dharavi reports 17 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday; total recoveries mount to 1,053Dharavi, one of the city's worst-hit areas, reported 17 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of cases in the slum colony went up to 2,106. On a good note, the death toll stayed put at 77 as no new patient has succumbed to the virus in the area in the past few days. 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 Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityIFFCO-TOKIO is a leading private general insurance company.IFFCO-TOKIOMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeDell Precision - Productivity for professional creatorsDell IndiaDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterDEPOTBLOGDoctors Hide the Truth! Easy Way to Treat Varicose Veins at Home!Hello Glow Buy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. Shop nowmoha:Dubai - the leading hub for start-ups & innovationsBusiness in DubaiMediSec by Secureye - Infrared Digital ThermometerSecureyeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesBuy Farm land without any hassle of maintenance @HosachiguruHosachiguruHPE Discover Virtual Experience – Register Now!!HPE Discover
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2020-06-17COVID-19 June 17 Highlights: PM Modi rubbishes rumours of lockdown; over 1000 people recovered in Dharav - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 June 17 Highlights: PM Modi rubbishes rumours of lockdown; over 1000 people recovered in DharaviYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 June 17 Highlights: PM Modi rubbishes rumours of lockdown; over 1000 people recovered in DharaviWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 17, 2020, 21:18 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageMumbai: Maharashtra on Wednesday reported 3,307 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number of cases in the state climbed to 1,16,752. Besides that, 114 fatalities were recorded on the day, taking the state death toll to 5,651. However, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, in interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the officials have been testing samples aggressively and that it has been successful in containing the virus at some places, including Dharavi. Meanwhile, PM Modi told the Chief Ministers of all states to come up with an action plan for Unlock 2.0. He also put an end to rumours that the lockdown will be implemented again. Here are some of the other COVID-19 highlights of June 17 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: Dharavi recoveries cross 1000-mark Dharavi reported 17 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and the total number went up to 2,106. However, no new deaths were reported and the total number of recoveries in the slum cluster now stands at 1,053. On the other hand, Dadar saw 13 new cases taking the tally to 587, while 27 people from Mahim tested positive and, with that, the count in the area went up to 839. Read full report here Maharashtra doing aggressive testing, ramping up health infrastructure: CM Uddhav Thackeray The Maharashtra government has been testing samples aggressively and tracing new cases under its 'chase the virus' strategy, and has also ramped up health infrastructure, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray told Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a virtual meeting on Wednesday. With this strategy, the virus spread has been significantly contained in Dharavi, the biggest and thickly-populated slum sprawl in Mumbai, an official release quoted Thackeray telling the PM. PM Modi rubbishes lockdown rumours Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday rubbished all speculations of reimposition of lockdown, calling all Chief Ministers to "fight rumours", as he asked states and Union Territories to get ready for Unlock 2.0 while being mindful of the challenges. The PM told Chief Ministers that there is a "need" to fight "rumours of lockdown". He said, "We, now need to focus on phase 2 of the Unlock process, while at the same time, how to minimise any possibilities of harm to citizens." Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur's COVID-19 report Ulhasnagar reported 37 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the case count in the city to 852. On the other hand, 40 people tested positive in Ambernath, where the tally has now gone up to 846. Meanwhile, Badlapur witnessed 17 new cases and the total number now stands at 448. Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation reports 135 new cases The twin towns of Kalyan and Dombivali on Wednesday reported 135 new cases of COVID-19. At present, 1,328 people are undergoing treatment in the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) limits while 1,176 patients have been cured and discharged. A total of 66 persons have died in the region, including two who succumbed to the virus on Wednesday. With three more fatalities, COVID-19 toll in Maharashtra police rises to 45 With the death of three more personnel of Maharashtra police due to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the number of such fatalities rose to 45 on Wednesday. A total of 366 police personnel have recovered from the viral infection during the same period. The number of active cases in the police force now stands at 1,033, comprising 128 officers and 905 personnel. India's recovery rate climbed to 52.80 per cent In the last 24 hours, the Health Ministry said a total of 6,922 COVID-19 patients were cured. With this, the number of cured patients rose to 1,86,934, indicating that the recovery rate rose to 52.80 per cent. For the ninth consecutive day, the number of recoveries remained higher than the active ones. Currently, 1,55,227 active cases are under medical supervision. AAP MLA Atishi, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain tested positive for COVID-19 AAP MLA and national spokesperson Atishi has tested positive for COVID-19, her party colleagues said on Wednesday. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took to Twitter to wish her speedy recovery. "Atishi ji has played an important role in the fight against corona. I hope that she will get healthy soon and again get involved in serving the people," Kejriwal tweeted in Hindi. On the other hand, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain also came out to be positive for the virus. AIIMS conducted pilot study to assess effect of radiation therapy on COVID-19 patients The AIIMS is conducting a pilot study to assess the effect of low dose radiation therapy in alleviating symptoms of pneumonia in coronavirus-infected patients. Dr DN Sharma, head of the Radiation Oncology department at AIIMS and the principal investigator of the research project, said two COVID-19 patients who were on oxygen support were given the therapy last Saturday and their condition has improved since then. "Both the patients, aged above 50, who are admitted at the National Cancer Institute, AIIMS, Jhajjar Centre are off the oxygen support now," Dr Sharma said. TMC inaugurated first 1000-bed field hospital for COVID-19 patients A month after it was announced, the Thane Municipal Corporation earlier today inaugurated the first 1000-bed field hospital set up at Balkum, to treat patients who test positive for the novel coronavirus. The facility, located at the Global Impact Hub, has 10 floors, two of which have dedicated ICU beds. There is also a quarantine facility for on-duty doctors. Construction of the Balkum facility—on the lines of the jumbo isolation centre in Bandra-Kurla Complex—was was announced in the first week of May and was readied within a month. Read full story here RELATED NEWSMarathwada varsity to get lab to study coronavirus outbreakMar 31, 2020Navi Mumbai: 3 arrested with 35 beer bottles during lockdown over nov...Mar 30, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Bollywood is on a breakMar 17, 2020 Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityIFFCO-TOKIO is a leading private general insurance company.IFFCO-TOKIOMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeDell Precision - Productivity for professional creatorsDell IndiaBuy 1 Get 1 Offer across moha: ayurveda essentials. 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2020-06-16For first time, Covid-19 patient recoveries more than active cases in Maharashtra - Times of India
For first time, Covid-19 patient recoveries more than active cases in MaharashtraFor first time, Covid-19 patient recoveries more than active cases in MaharashtraSwatee Kher | TNN | Updated: Jun 17, 2020, 06:38 ISTDoctors examining public health during coronavirus mass screening camp in Maharashtra. (File photo)PUNE: Maharashtra, which carries the burden of the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the country, on Tuesday had more patients who had recovered from the infection than active cases. The medical education and drugs department said the total number of recovered patients in the state as on Tuesday was 56,049 as against 50,554 patients who were taking treatment at various medical facilities. The trend of more patients who had recovered vis-a-vis those being treated for the infection was common in major cities in the state, including Mumbai. On Tuesday morning, Mumbai had 30,125 patients who had recovered as against 26,910 who were being treated. “Most patients are asymptomatic and have mild treatable illness. They are recovering well. We have stepped up our testing and will get more cases as the lockdown is relaxed. There is no need to panic. We are controlling the outbreak,” said Dr Subhash Salunkhe, technical advisor to the state government. Salunkhe said the focus on containment zones and testing had helped identify patients early and this was, in turn, helping in recoveries. In 80% of the cases, patients had such mild symptoms that home quarantine, and not hospitalisation, was sufficient. Salunkhe said their focus now was to ensure a reduction in the number of critical patients and deaths in the state. “There are enough ICU beds and facilities available to handle the cases coming in right now. Measures are being taken to augment the facilities in the event of any increase of cases during the monsoon,” he added. Only five districts and three municipal corporations within these districts in the state had more active cases than patients who had recovered. Only cities and districts that have seen a recent spurt in Covid-19 cases, such as Solapur and Jalgaon, have more active cases than recoveries. Mumbai’s neighbouring district of Thane, which also covers the municipal corporations of Thane, Mira-Bhayander, Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar, also had more active cases than recoveries. Dr Ajay Sankhe, director of Bhaktivedanta Hospital in Mira Road, said early detection, even in those patients who have co-morbid conditions, is key to recovery. “It is important for people to disclose even mild cold, cough or fever. At that stage, the disease is still treatable. There is no need to hide symptoms or fear going to quarantine facilities. The narrative now should be that if you come in early, you can recover,” he said. Dr Sankhe said 66% of the 157 patients they have treated so far were asymptomatic. “Now, most patients are testing negative within a week of the treatment. Only in some cases, the treatment is continued for 14 days, depending on the viral load of the patient. Apart from medical treatment, counselling has played a huge role in comforting and treating patients who stress over getting infected,” he said. 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2020-06-16COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath cross 800-mark; Badlapur sees a drop - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath cross 800-mark; Badlapur sees a dropYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath cross 800-mark; Badlapur sees a dropWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 16, 2020, 21:08 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 29 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the city's tally zoomed past 800. The total number of positive cases in the city to date stands at 815, while 28 people have succumbed to the virus. As many as 425 patients have fully recovered and 362 are currently undergoing treatment at designated hospitals. Out of the 29 cases, 15 were reported from Anand Nagar itself, including one death. The deceased was a 19-year-old boy and was a close contact of a previously infected person. Three cases came up in Brahmanpada, while two persons each from Gautamwadi, Saraswati Nagar and Bewas Chowk tested positive. One case each was reported from Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar, Khemani, Dussehra Maidan, OT Section (Ulhasnagar-1) and Kamala Nehru Nagar. Untitled Carousel COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurThe number of coronavirus cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur has been rising for the last few weeks. While Ulhasnagar has a total of 679 positive cases till date, Ambernath's tally has climbed to 541. Badlapur, on the other hand, has reported 380 positive cases until now. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed a surge in the number of cases yet again as 62 people tested positive for the virus in a day. The total number of cases in the city has now climbed to 806 along with 20 fatalities. The number of active cases in the city is 464 while 321 people have been fully cured and discharged, according to Ambernath Municipal Corporation (AMC). Meanwhile, Badlapur saw a drop in the daily number of cases as only seven people tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. A total of 431 people have tested positive in the city so far. Also, 11 people have died to date in the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC) limits. Two persons each from Swapna Nagari and Panvekar Nagari, while one person each from Boradpada, Ganeshnagar and Ranjan Society tested positive. As many as 195 people are currently undergoing treatment in and around the city. Untitled Carousel Kalyan-Dombivali reports 155 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths on TuesdayKalyan and Dombivali again witnessed a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases on Tuesday after 155 new positive cases were reported. 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 Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityExciting offers for a limited period. 12th-30th June.Prestige GroupGet Rs.500 Additional OFF on AJIOTIMESPOINTSMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesPack of 3 black anti-virus masks available for 295. Buy now!Priority Dell Optiplex 7070 Ultra - A PC like no otherDell IndiaThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesClaim settlement in 4* hours, over 4300 Cashless GaragesIFFCO TOKIONo Bumps Shaving Essentials Kit By MensXP Mud!MensXPDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterDEPOTBLOGMProfit | A complete portfolio tracker for your investmentsMProfit
2020-06-16COVID-19 June 16 Highlights: Dharavi reports 21 new cases; India’s recovery rate rises to 52.47 per cent - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 June 16 Highlights: Dharavi reports 21 new cases; IndiaYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 June 16 Highlights: Dharavi reports 21 new cases; India’s recovery rate rises to 52.47 per centWritten byRia SharmaRia Sharma / Updated: Jun 16, 2020, 21:38 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo by KK Choudhary/BCCLThe Union Health Ministry on Tuesday said that the recovery rate of patients suffering from COVID-19 has risen to 52.47 per cent in the country. Meanwhile, Maharashtra chief secretary Ajoy Mehta informed that as many as 1,328 COVID-19 deaths were not reported as fatalities caused by the viral infection in the state. As many as 862 of these deaths occurred in the areas falling under the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) limits, he said here, citing a fresh review of COVID-19 fatalities in the state carried out by authorities. Here are some of the other COVID-19 highlights of June 16 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: Dharavi reports 21 new COVID-19 cases Dharavi reported 21 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday and with that, the total number of positive patients in the slum area has reached 2,089. The death toll in the area stands at 77 as no new deaths have been reported over the past few days. 1050 patients have recovered from the viral infection. Kalyan-Dombivali reports 155 new COVID-19 cases Kalyan and Dombivali again witnessed a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases on Tuesday after 155 new positive cases were reported. A 58-year-old man from Titwala and a 61-year-old man from Kalyan also succumbed to the infection in the last 24 hours. Currently, the twin cities have 1,278 active cases and 1,093 infected patients have already been cured and discharged from the hospitals. Palghar Sadhu lynching case: 11 accused test positive for COVID-19 At least 11 accused arrested in connection with the triple lynching case in Palghar have tested COVID-19 positive, a police official said here on Tuesday. Presently, they are isolated at the Covid Care Hospital in Posheri, Wada, but soon they will be shifted to the Prisoners Isolation Ward in Palghar Rural Hospital, as advised by the local medical authorities, he added. Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur’s COVID-19 report Ulhasnagar reported 29 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the city's tally zoomed past 800. The total number of positive cases in the city to date stands at 815, while 28 people have succumbed to the virus. Ambernath witnessed a surge in the number of cases yet again as 62 people tested positive for the virus in a day. Meanwhile, Badlapur saw a drop in the daily number of cases as only seven people tested positive on Tuesday. Chhota Shakeel's second sister succumbs to COVID-19 at Mumbra Fugitive underworld top gun Chhota Shakeel's elder sister, Hamida Sayyed, breathed her last after battling the viral infection for over a week at a hospital in Mumbra early on Tuesday. Sources confirmed that 57-year-old Hamida died at around 3.30 am at Bilal Hospital in Mumbra where she was admitted a week ago after developing serious complications owing to the COVID-19 infection. Ram Kadam: Not enough hospital beds in Maharashtra to treat COVID-19 patients BJP leader Ram Kadam alleged that Maharashtra government has been indifferent to COVID-19 situation and patients were dying "due to the lack of beds." He also accused the coalition government of infighting. "In the last few months, the government has done nothing for the poor in the fight against COVID-19. They are busy talking about a squeaking old bed but are not bothered about the people dying in Maharashtra due to lack of beds during the pandemic," he alleged. PM Modi: Timely decisions helped in containing COVID-19 in India Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that timely decisions have helped in containing coronavirus in the country. His remarks came at his meeting with the Chief Ministers and heads of 21 States and Union Territories on the COVID-19 situation in the country, held via video conferencing. "Two weeks have passed since Unlock 1, our experience during this time could be beneficial for us in the future," he said. Read the full story here India's COVID-19 recovery rate rises to 52.47 per cent The Union Health Ministry on Tuesday informed that the recovery rate of patients suffering from COVID-19 has risen to 52.47 per cent in the country, indicative of the fact that more than half of positive cases have recovered from the disease. The Ministry further informed that currently, 1,53,178 active cases are under medical supervision. It also said that India has tested 59,21,069 COVID-19 samples and the country now has the capacity to test 3 lakh samples per day. Oxford researchers find first drug dexamethasone that can improve survival from COVID-19 Researchers in England say they have the first evidence that a drug can improve COVID-19 survival: a cheap, widely available steroid called dexamethasone reduced deaths by up to one third in severely ill hospitalized patients. Results were announced on Tuesday and researchers said they would publish them soon. Read the full story here Five posts to add a spark of joy to your day While the country unlocks itself, phase by phase, it's important to act responsibly and keep yourself and those around you safe. Many have taken quarantine as an opportunity to relax and harbor some new skills. Social media continues to be a one-stop destination for news and memes alike. 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2020-06-15Mumbai: Cadaver donation at Fortis hospital in Kalyan - The Indian Express
Mumbai: Cadaver donation at Fortis hospital in Kalyan Mumbai: Cadaver donation at Fortis hospital in Kalyan A 61-year-old woman’s family agreed to donate her liver for cadaver organ transplant on Sunday. Her heart, lungs and kidneys were found unfit for donation. By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 16, 2020 3:52:34 am The woman was transferred from Maxlife hospital in Ulhasnagar to Fortis hospital to harvest her organs. (Representational) Ten days after the state government issued standard operating protocol for conducting organ transplants during the Covid-19 pandemic, Fortis hospital in Kalyan became the first to do a cadaver organ donation in the state. A 61-year-old woman’s family agreed to donate her liver for cadaver organ transplant on Sunday. Her heart, lungs and kidneys were found unfit for donation. The woman was transferred from Maxlife hospital in Ulhasnagar to Fortis hospital to harvest her organs. Officials said Maxlife was not registered for harvesting organs so the woman’s body was shifted to Fortis. “The family members were very keen and willing to donate organs. The donor had pledged her organs in the past,” an official from Zonal Transplant Coordination Centre (ZTCC) said. Dr S K Mathur from ZTCC said the state government had issued SOP on June 4 to follow while conducting cadaver organ donation amid the pandemic. Since March, the organ transplantation numbers had dipped owing to fear of Covid-19 infection. This is the first cadaver transplant to be conducted after the new guidelines. Cadaver organ transplant means harvesting an organ from a brain dead person and transplanting it in a recipient. Data shows 12 cadaver organ transplants were conducted in February. In March, when the Covid-19 outbreak began, the count of cadaver donations dipped to five in the state. In April, no cadaver donation was recorded in the state.
2020-06-15Thane: Accident victim is first cadaver donor in 2 months - Times of India
Thane: Accident victim is first cadaver donor in 2 monthsThane: Accident victim is first cadaver donor in 2 monthsPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jun 16, 2020, 04:57 ISTShaila DhargaweKALYAN: After over two months, the city recorded its first cadaveric organ donation when a 61-year-old woman's son donated her liver to an end-stage organ failure patient on Monday. While Fortis Hospital in Kalyan said it was the first cadaver donation since lockdown, the Zonal Transplant Coordination Centre (ZTCC) said it was the second; the first took place on March 25. "It may be considered the first since the state issued special guidelines for transplants during Covid,'' said ZTCC president Dr S Mathur. The donor, Shaila Dhargawe, had an accident on June 10 in Ulhasnagar. Doctors at a nursing home declared her brain dead. "As she had pledged her organs and had an organ donor card, her children were keen to donate her organs," said Dr Mathur. She was moved to Fortis Hospital. "We could only retrieve her liver as there were no recipients for other organs," said a hospital official. The hospital said Dhargawe's son said his mother always wanted to donate her organs. -Pradeep Gupta DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCoronavirus casesCoronavirus test centersCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaLockdown newsChennai lockdown Coronavirus India update liveDelhi CoronavirusJKBOSE 10th Result India Nepal newsMP Exam NewsIndia Pakistan newsAP Inter Marks MemoLATEST VIDEOSCityKerala priest invokes 'Corona Devi' in fight against Covid-19 Covid-19: Delhi's Anand Vihar station shut for passengers, isolation coaches placed at all platforms Delhi: Man in financial distress hires assassins for own murder Massive jam at DND Flyway as UP govt restricts entry at Noida-Delhi border More from TOIHome remedies to soothe an upset stomachImmunity boosting fruit | Papaya health benefitsWindow ACs that are easy install and maintainYoga & meditation room: Create your peaceful space at homeNavbharat 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 IndiaLockdown newsChennai lockdown Coronavirus India update liveDelhi CoronavirusJKBOSE 10th Result India Nepal newsMP Exam NewsIndia Pakistan newsAP Inter Marks MemoDonald Trump BirthdayBOSEM Manipur Result 2020Breaking NewsNewsCoronavirus newsHoroscope todayGSTStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webSSR final ritesSaif Ali KhanMumbai PoliceVir DasShraddha, Kriti & RheaSushant House HelpPrarthana BehereMunmun DuttaSSR sister-in-lawTrending topicsSomya SethKangana RanautSapna BhavnaniSushant Last RitesAmul's Tribute to SushantRadhika MadanAlia BhattSushant-RheaSushant's Post-mortemSushant Singh Passes AwaySushant Singh's PhotoMukesh BhattSundar PichaiAndroid 11Realme Narzo 10 SaleAmazon App QuizEarthquake in GujaratLockdown in DelhiFollow 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
2020-06-15Maharashtra's Covid-19 count rises to 1,07,958, nearly half the patients recover - Livemint
Maharashtra's Covid-19 count rises to 1,07,958, nearly half the patients recover Healthcare workers conduct a check-up of the COVID-19 test at Labour Camp, in Dharavi (ANI) Maharashtra's Covid-19 count rises to 1,07,958, nearly half the patients recover 1 min read . Updated: 14 Jun 2020, 10:20 PM IST Kalpana Pathak Mumbai, the biggest contributor in the state and country's coronavirus tally, is at 58,226 with total deaths at 2,182The state registered 120 deaths today. Total number of deaths in Maharashtra due to the disease has gone up to 3,950 Share Via Read Full Story Topics MaharashtraCoronavirus Mumbai: Maharashtra on Sunday reported 3390 new Covid-19 cases taking the state's tally of covid-19 positive cases to 1,07,958. Active cases however, are at 53017 and total patients discharged so far are 50,978. The state capital, Mumbai, the biggest contributor in the state and country's coronavirus tally is at 58226 with total deaths at 2,182. The state registered 120 deaths today. Total number of deaths in Maharashtra due to the disease has gone up to 3950. Recovery rate in the state is 47.2% while mortality rate is at 3.65%. Out of the total deaths reported today, 43 deaths occurred in the last two days and the rest are from the period 2 June to 11 June 2020. Out of the 77 deaths in this period, 58 were recorded in Mumbai, eight Jalgaon, three in Nashik, three in Thane, three in Ulhasnagar and one each in Ratnagiri and in Pune. Currently, 5,87,596 people are in home quarantine. There are 77,189 beds available in 1535 quarantine institutions and 29,641 people are in institutional quarantine currently, according to the public health department. The state today said it would used social media to increase the number of blood donations. Due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, blood reserves in the state have declined as blood donation camps were not organized on a large scale to avoid crowds and prevent corona infection. In the last three months, blood shortage has been reported in the state. Many thalassemia patients have failed to get access to transfusion centres. Maharashtra which has the highest number of voluntary blood donations in the country and is also a leader in blood collection. Subscribe to newsletters * Enter a valid email * Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Share Via Click here to read the Mint ePaperLivemint.com is now on Telegram. Join Livemint channel in your Telegram and stay updatedTopics MaharashtraCoronavirus RELATED STORIES Maharashtra's Covid-19 count nears 1.08 lakh after 3,390 new cases get reported1 min read . 14 Jun 2020 Vladimir Putin says Russia's handling of coronavirus is superior to US2 min read . 14 Jun 2020 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
2020-06-15Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of June 15 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Thane: List of COVID-19 containment zones in Thane city, Kalwa, Diva and Mumbra issued by TMC as of June 15By FPJ Web DeskPhoto by Sanjay JogMaharashtra on Sunday reported 3,390 new COVID-19 cases and 120 deaths, including 69 in Mumbai, taking the overall case count to 1,07,958 and the number of fatalities to 3,950.Of 120 deaths, 69 are from Mumbai, 11 each from Pune and Jalgaon, seven from Aurangabad, five from Ulhasnagar, five from Thane, three from Solapur, two each from Akola and Osmanabad, one each from Palghar, Vasai Virar and Ratnagiri.Meanwhile, total cases in Thane has reached to 5,139. The city also reported five deaths on Sunday, taking the total toll to 158.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 B3 Bhakti Society Anand Park Thane West 4 504 Hanuman Soc. Chandanwadi Panchpakhadi thane West 5 182 Lotu Sheth Chawl Haridas Nagar near Shankar Temple Behind Golden Park 6 Parera Tower, Parera Nagar, Thane, 7 NEW NASHENAN CHS NEAR K VILLA OPPOSITE SANJIVANI HOSPITAL 8 Hansnagar Khopat Thane (W) 9 Kolbad Jagmata Mandir, Khopat, Thane 10 Shreerang society Near vrundavan bus stop 11 Rustomjee Azziano, Rustomjee Urbaia, 12 Siddheshwar Talav, Anna Madrasi Chawl , Thane 13 HDFC bank, Panchpakhadi, thane 14 SAINATH NAGAR NAMDEV VADI OPP NITIN rnMPANY THANF IA/FST 15 Ganga Apt., behind Mukund Societ, Rutu Park llthalcar 16 GULMOHAR PANCH PAKHADI THANE 17 SATGURU APART BEHIND HOTEL UNNITED - 21 NEAR VARDHAMAN HALL THANE WEST 18 MANDAR SOCIETY, SAROVAR DARSHAN TOWER, OPP TMC OFFICE PACHPAKHADI THANE 19 SHANTIBAN CHSL, PANCHSHEEL NAGAR, THANE WEST 20 CASTLE MIL AZAD NAGAR MASAN WADA THANE WEST LIFE LINE HOSPITAL KHOPAT 21 KUNDCHANDRA SAHAKARI SOCIETY UTHALSAR ROAD OPP HOLY CROSS SCHOOL 23 Runwal Nagar Plot No. A Kolbad Road 24 Gokuldas wadi Khopat thane 25 ganeshwadi, panchpakhadi, Thane 26 Near Pratap Cinema,Kolbad,CHINTAMANI GHARKUL 27 Om Sai Chawl King Kong Nagar Dongripada Ghodbander Rd. 28 Room no 734,Near to lala kirana store, Sai mandir, Patlipada, Ghodbander road, Thane.. 29 C/301, Olympia Building, Lodha Pura, ATHONY BLD LODHA Majiwada, 30 Bramhand Society, Azadnagar, thane 31 Saphire 2 Cosmos Jewel, near DMart Anand Nagar Thane 32 Rajesh Shetty Chawl, Manorama Nagar, 33 102, Standfrd Bldg. Hiranandani Estate, Manpada, Thane 34 2102 Wing 19 H Lodha Amamra Kolshet Thane W 35 1/77, Adarsh Chawl, Vitthal Mandir Road, Near Ghag Kirana Store, Thane 36 Amrapali Saari Shivaji Negin Manpada 37 Santosh Kirana Store, Azadnagar, Thane 38 102, 1st Floor, Tirumala Chs, Majiwada, Thane 39 L-1, Phase-2, Swastik Residency, Ghodbandar Road, Thane 40 Durga Ghat Balkum Road, Tmc School Balkum, Thane 41 Puranik Rumabali, Bhayendar pada, G.B.Rd. Thane 42 A3 /401 Rosa Gardenia, Gb Road Kasarwadawali, Thane 43 Highland Residency, Kolshet Rd, Thane 44 Petunia Bldg, Kasarvadavli, Havre City, Thane 45 KASARWADAWALI ,PARIJAT GARDEN THANE 46 Galsnde Chawl Madan Mohan Compound New Services Road Near Jaipur Goidan 47 B-402 Yashodeep Chs Kolshet Upper Thane W 48 PAWANIK HOWNTOWN KASARVADAVALI , THANE 49 Ver Chawl ,Jaibhavani Nagar, MAJIWADAGAO,Thane W 50 A-4 101 HIGHLAND GARDEN DHOKALI THANE WEST 51 C - 2 404 RUTU ESTATE PATALIPADA THANE WEST 52 FLAT NO 1104 PLATHNA LODHA SPLENDORA THANE GHODABANDAR ROAD THANE 53 KAPURBAWADI MOZES COMPOUND THANE 54 BHOOMI ACRES PHASE F 701 BEHIND HIRANADANI ESTATE THANE W 55 Athene Lodha Paradise APHRODITE Lodha Paradise Thane 56 Vijay Nagari Waghbill Naka Ghodbandar Road Thane (W) 57 Eros Bld. 706 Hiranandani Estate Patlipada Thane. 58 Manan Chawl, Vijay Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane 59 DPO NKT COLLEGE, Dhokali, Kolshet Road, Thane 60 VISHAL APARTMENT KASARVADAVLI 61 Chirag Nagar, Vartaknagar, Thane 62 Pokhran Road - 2 Gandhi Nagar Thane 63 Bhim Nagar Vartak Nagar 64 VASANT VIHAR THANE-1 65 ATHARVA HEIGHTS POKHRAN ROAD NO.1,SHIVAI NAGAR THANE 66 WINTER GARDEN, COSMOS LOUNGE TLII SHIDHAM DHRAM VFFR NAGAR Thane 67 Rameshwar Soc., B Wing, Nikkanth Heights, Devdaya Ngar, Pokharan No 2 68 44/311, Nav Adarsh Chs, Shivai Nagar,Thane W 69 704,Kadavaba,Near Vasant Vihar Circle ,Thane 70 103 Sharmishtha, Tara ngan, Behind Korum Mall Thane 71 ASHOK NGR KOSLHET RD THANE 72 RAHUL BHOIR CHAWL PARSAR COMPUND SAIBABA MANDIR ,Shatrinagar 73 GRACIA , DOSTI IMPERIA GHODBANDAR ROAD MANPADA THANE 74 REGENCY PARK B EDSEN WOOD MANPADA THANE W 75 HARSIK PARK, NEW MHADA, PAWAR NAGAR, THANE. 76 PRADHA NIWAS YEOOR THANE W 400606 77 NEAR DURGA MATA TEMPLE SHIVLAL CHAWL CHIRAG NAGAR RAJWADA POKHRAN ROAD THANE 78 HAPPY VALLEY HOME PUNARVASAN, TIKUJINI WADI RD, MANPADA, THANE 79 NEELKANTH CHS, Kadam Chawl Kapurbavadi Majiwada Thane (W) 80 ASTER, NEELKANTH GREEN MANPADA,GREEN WOODS HUBTOWN, THANE 81 Gardan Enclave Pokran Road-2 Vartak Nagar 82 RM NO 74 1 NR APNA BAZAR POKHRAN RD NO 1 VARTAK NAGAR THANE WEST 83 Prasad CHS, Pokharan Rd NO. 1 Vartak Nagar, Thane West, 400606 84 Nr. Ajankya Tara CHS Shiva' Nagar Pokhran Rd. 1 thane W 85 MMRD, PUNARVASAN BLD,MANPADA,THANE 86 ORCHID BLD, PRESTIGES RESIDENCY,WAGHABILNAKA,MANPADA,THANE 87 J K Gram, Thane West. 88 Sawarkar nagar, PANCH PAGMASHWALA APPT, 1ST FLOOR 89 Kulswamini Chawl, lokmanya nagar, Pada no.4, Thane 90 VEDANT COMPLEX PHASE -2, Vijay Nagar, Vartak nagar, Thane 91 Vaibhavlaxmi chwl, Near TMC school No.103,131 kajuwadi 92 KOKANNIVAS CHAWL CHAITTI NAGAR, Lokamanya Nagar PADA NO 3 93 HANUMAN NAGAR LAXMI KRUPA CHAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 94 Sambhaji Nagar Sagar Baug near Rahil Hotel Bakery 95 Shiv Galli,Indiranagar Rd. No. 33 Rupadevipada 1 near Shiv Mandir, Thane 96 DHARMVEER CHAWL ,CHAWL NO.03,ROOM NO. 1, JAI BHAVANI NAGAR ,WAGLE ESTATE 97 204, 2nd Flr. Sai Apt. Sawarkar Nagar Near Municipal Office 98 Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No 3, Parera Nagar, Near Mauli Kirana Store, Pawar Nagar, Thane 99 ROOM NO 2 SAI CHARAN CHAWL INDIRA NAGAR TEKDI WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 100 B/37 4th Fl. Shanti Apt R No 22 Near Thakur School Savarkar Nagar 101 Ambewadi, Room No. 1202, Near Madin Masjid, Wagle Estate, Thane (West) 102 Sai Sitra Chawl, Indra Nagar, Road On 22, Opp Laxmi Medical , Near Bush Bldg Rupadevi Pada, No 2, Thane 103 Annabhou Sathenagar, wagle estate 104 Dharamveer Chawl, Sainathnagar, Kajuwadi 105 Guruprashad Apt. Mahatma Phule Nagar 106 Plot No-15, Room No-B-15, Shree Gajanan Co.Op Hsg Soc Mhada Vasahat Savarkar Nagar Thane 107 Dyaneshwar Nagar, Gajanan Chawl, R.No.24, Thane 108 Dosti Rental Bld.No.4 B Wing, Opp Runwal Plaza Vartak Nagar Thane West 109 New Shramsafalya Chs C.B Kadm Chawl, Lokmanaya Nagar 3 Thane 110 Mishra House, Opp. Arjun Sadan Bldg, Lokmanya Nagar Pada No-2, Thane West 111 104, Meeth Apartment, Sant Dnyneshwar Nagar, Wagle Estate, Thane West-400604 112 Room No. 1, Sadguru Krupa Niwas, Shastri Nagar, Bhoir Compound, Thane West 113 Lokmanya Nagar Solapur Chawl, Thane 114 Vigavaharta Socity Yashodhan Nagar, Thane (W) 115 Jai Santoshi Maa Tower Luiswadi Thane 116 SAYADRI CHAWL SAVARKAR NGAR THANE 117 Nagadarshan Apartment Room No 104 Near Jain Mandir Lokmanyanagar Pada No 1 Thane - 400606 118 202 Chitra Kores Nakshatra Vartak Nagar Thane W 119 GIRIDHAR SUDHAMA BUIILDING NR LOKMANYA BUS DEPO LOKMANYA NAGAR THANE 120 Tarabai Dalvi Chawl, Dr. Bacchav Clinic, SHIV PREMI MITRA MANDAL CHAWL, Shastri Nagar 121 VIJETA DOSTI VIHAR, DOSTI VIHAR VASANT, VARTAK NAGAR, THANE WEST 122 Lokmanya Nagar, Pada No. 3, Zanje Nagar, SHIVNERI CHAWL Thane 123 Danurdhar Bhavan first floor flat No.104 Padwalnagar Wagle Estate Thane (W) 124 C.P.TALAO SHIV SHAKTI MITRA MANDAL NEAR SHANKAR MANDIR WAGLE ESTATE THANE (W) 125 Kailasnagar ITA Circle wagle estate Thane (w) 126 Ashtavinayak Apt ,Sadhbhavna Apt, Renuka Sadan, Devyani Sadan, Bhatwadi, Ashok Vihar, kailashnagar, Shanti Nagar, kisan nagar 3 127 VISHVDIP BUILDING, SALIYOG GURUKRUPA BLDG, RATAN BAI COMPOUND,Bhagyashree Apartment, VIJAY APPARTMENT, Supe Sudan,Pitkar Niwas, Shivajinagar, thane 128 2/205 kinara Apt. kisan Nagar no 2 129 SURESH SMRITI BUILDING, ROOM NO 5, KISAN NAGAR 3, WAGLE ESTATE, THANE 130 Waralipada near bavadi Shreenagar 131 Silky Apt room no 3 in front of Oil depo Kisan Nagar no 2 132 Shanti bhavan room no 6 kisan nagar no3 opp bus stop near vinod jewllers thane 133 Shiv Shakti Nagar Behind Sunrise Bussiness park Kisan Nagar 2 134 41 Shukla Building 2nd Floor Padwal Nagar 135 Usha Kiran bldg, Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.3, Near Bhatwadi Ganesh Chouk, Bhatwadi Kisannagar no.3 136 Nutan Mirabld B Wing Kisan Nagar Wagle Estate Thane 137 Wagale Estate, Nehru Nagar - 1, Thane 138 Gurav Chwal Near Malti Devi School , Ambika Nagar 2, Rd No 16, Wagale Estate Thane 139 Wagle Estate, Kisan Nagar, D Souza Wadi, Room 16, 1st Floor, Devikrupa Bulding, Thane 140 107/Shishaul Building Road No. 16 Kisan Nagar 141 Ram Nagar, Wagle Estate Road No. 28 Near Ram Chakki thane west 142 103/Hawjabai Niwas Kisan Nagar, 3 Wagle Estate Thane (W) 143 INDIRANAGAR CHAWL KISANNAGAR NO.2 144 GUUAR CHAWL WAGLE ESTATE THANE WEST 145 NEW DHANASHREE APT HAJURI NEAR SAVERA HOTEL THANE 146 Jay Maharashtra Nagar, Wagale Estate Thane 147 SUNISH APT., KISAN NAGAR NO 2 148 B/14 D,Silver Police Line Court Naka Thane 149 Aditya building, new Police Tower Mahagiri Thane 150 " Laxmiwadi Chendani Koliwad Meethbandar Road Thane ( East ) 151 Rm.no18 , sathe wadi near dnyansadhana college 152 Maya Villa, Raheja Garden Thane W 153 NAGSEN NAGAR NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR OPP.DADOJI STEDIUM 154 Amar Tower Bhaskar Colony Naupada 155 15/A-2, Kamlesh Chs, Kopari Colony, Thane 156 Thane Medical Shop Govindji Apartment 3 Petrol Pump Thane 157 1 Sapna CHS opp Anand Ashram Soc. B Cabin Naupada Thane W 158 Rm. No. 8 Saikrupa Bldg. Kashish Park 159 New Aanand Park, B/2 1001, Raugh Natu Nagar, Thane West-400604 160 Hrudreshwar Bldg, Pimpal Pada Near Civil Hospt. Thane 161 Blue belk Hotek pay road prem nagar parshi wadi kopari 162 Khartan Rd, Near Thana College, TMC CHAWL OPP.SHEETAL DEVI MANDIR NR.DK STADIUM THANE 163 Chendani Koliwada, Cement Rd, R/N-118, Thane. 164 Dadaji Kondedev R-7 R.No.802 Thane 165 102 Om Sai Prasad B Cabin Naupada Thane 166 Bim Paradise, Swami Samarth ,Thane 167 C-1' Flat No-26, Siddharth Nagar Soc, Kopri Thane East 168 Bandhu Smruti Nakhava Compound Thane West 169 R no 1 Laxmi apt Old bombay road Charai 170 kisan nivas near rutuja appr kopri village kopri thane , 171 3 Satyadeep Soc Shushil D-Wing Vishnu Nagar Naupada 172 Phulabi Chawl Maruti Niwas 3rd Floor Prasahant Nagar Nr Naupada Police Station Naupada Thane W - 400602 173 Siddhivinayak Nagar, Patil Wadi ,Near K L Colony Kopari Thane 174 GAJ VAKR BUILDING SHIVAJI PATH NEAR M H HIGH SCHOOL NEW PRABHAT NAGAR 175 CHSRam Maruti Rd. New English School Ganesh Kutlr C 176 Gupta Chawl Rm No 12 Raghunath Nagar Thane Wagle Estate Thane 177 NANDKUMAR KRUPA TOWER,HAZURI DARGAH ,WAGLE ESTATE, Sitala Singh Chawl Near Shiv Mandir Noon( Baba Road 178 anandnagar oppo. Kopari bridge, kopari 179 SAWLE WADI CHINTAMANI GHARKUL, Dalvi Chawl , Namdev Wadi Behind Pimpleshwar Mandir, Panchpakhadi Naupada 180 DR AMBEDKAR RD OPP PRAVIN GEN STORE, VIKAS PALMS THANE W 181 32 AHILYA BEHIND ICICI BK GAJANAN MOHAMMAD CHOWK THANE W 182 POLICE ADHIKSHAK VISHRAM GHRUH,SURAJ HOTEL,TEMBHI NAKA. MAY CHS 183 SATYA PRAMIES CHS, GAVAND OP RAJDEEP SOC NAUPADA, THANE 184 603 2 ACC KING CHS MENTAL HOSPITAL ROAD THANE W 400604 185 GANESH DARSHAN ,OPP GEETA SOCIETY CHALW THANE WEST Near Ganesh Tawkies 186 Laxmi Apt. Gholai nagar Atkoneshwarnagar Thane (N) 187 Bhaskar nagar Kalwa Thane 188 Jagnath Appt. Vitawa, Kalwa 189 Rm. No. 27, Santoshi Chawl, near Agreseen School, Thane Belapur Rd. Kalwa East 190 103 A/2 Vaishanavi dham complex Near vitthal mandir kharigaon kalwa 191 Sai ashirvad A-2,SURYA NAGAR,VITAWA 192 Bldg. No. 5 B-wing 2nd Floor Sudama CHS Old Mumbai-Puna Rd. Kalwa 193 Resident Doctor at CSMH Thane 194 Suryanagar Gate No.1 Vitawa Kalwa Thane (W) 195 SANKALP CHS,. MANISHA NAGAR - 2, KALWA, THANE 196 Anand Vihar Complex,Near Railway Phatak Kharegaon ,Kalwa East,Tha 197 Rajashree Shahu Chawl, R/N 3, New Shivaji Nagar, Thakurpada, Kalwa, Thane 198 Shiv Shrusti Kharegaon, Thane 199 R.No.202, Chawandai Residency, Parsik Nagar Kalwa 200 Janki Nagar, Pipeline, Manisha Nagar, Kalwa West 201 Rm. No. 1, Narayan Krupa Chawl Vitava Kalwa 202 Om Saraswati Apt Opp New Kalwa High School Kalwa 203 Trupti Apt Room No C 2 Bhola Nagar Kalwa Thane 204 gauridarshan chs, A-4, 1st floor, opposite gaondevi mandir, kalwa thane 205 402 5th Floor Pundlik Housing Society Thane Belapur Road Behind Jakat Naka Kalva West - 400605 206 Nirmala Devi Nagar Near Goikar Maidan Waghoba Nagar Kalwa Thane 207 VARADVINAYAK,KHAREGAON Near Gulmohar Society Kalwa Thane 208 SHRI GANESH CH, Shiv Premal Chs R N 203 B Wing Vikram Nagar Kalwa 209 CREACK VIEW 2ND FLOOR ROOM 102 KALWA NAKA 210 PARSIK RATI BANDER HANUMAN NAGR DATTA CHAWL, 211 Ganesh apartment 5th floor Bhudhajinagar kalwa 212 Room No. 502, 5th floor Gauri Darshan Apt. Near Hiradevi Mandir Kharegaon Thane (W), MADAN CHS 213 Kantabai building, GAGAN PRASAD BLDG, shastrinagar ,Vitawa KALWA 214 Shashtri Nagar Mafatlal Company opposite Durga Mandir, Atkoneshwar Kalwa 215 KESHAV HEIGHTS KALWA THANE 216 nar kaushlya co op soc room no 405 nr bhavika vidyalay pakhadi kharijan kalwa thane 217 Kalwa Gandhi Nagar Near Bana Tower R No-01 Kalwa 218 SAI NIWAS COOPERATIVE H SOCITEY NEAR SAHAKAN BAZAN KALWA 219 SAMRAT ASHOK NAGAR KALWA EAST THANE 220 A 104 SHRADDHA APT ANAND NAGAR KALWA E 221 Shivgarjana Chawl, Atkoneshwar nagar, Kalwa 222 Narayan park, Megha Apartment ,Vitawa, Kalwa 223 NEW SHIM' NAGAR, KALWA 224 Shivgarjana Chawl, Atkoneshwar nagar, Kalwa 225 KHALIL MENSION ROOM NO 303/A WING GHASWAL COMPOUND KAUSA 226 B3/903, MM Valley, Mumbra, Thane 227 Room No.3 Sarkar Tower Dauladnagar Chand nagar Kausa Thane C/102, NEW NASHMAN COLONY, OPP TANWAR NAGAR, KAUSA 228 MUMBRA, MUSAKHASAM, ROOM 204, OPP MUMBRA RAILWAY STATION, THANE 229 NEAR CHARNI PADA KAUSA GAON 230 105 /6-1 SHAMSHAD NAGAR KAUSA 231 Abida Manzi! A-wing Kausa Mumbra 232 Nasim baug Amrut Nagar, Mumbra, Thane 233 Janta Colomy, Jeevan Baug, Mumbra 234 REHAN BAUG,G-BLDG,B-206,DEURI PADA,KAUSA,THANE-400612 235 PRIME NEST BUILDING NEAR HIGH INTENSITY GYM, MUMBRA. - 400612 236 Rashid compound , Mumbra , Thane 237 Irfan Palace, B-Wing , 1st Fool, 101, Rashid Compound, Kausa, Mumbra 238 Madina Manzi! B-Wing Room No-2 Red Rose Society, Mumbra, Thane - 400612 239 Room No-1 Ground Floor B Wing Mehfooz Apt Near Rehmania Hospital, Mumbra, Thane 240 Kgn Apt, Near Bosco School, Rashid Camp, Kausa 241 A 102, Raut Apt, Near Police Chowki, Kausa 242 Hashmat Park, Rashid Compound, Kausa Mumbra 243 Gurukrupa Chawl, Sanjay Nagar, Mumbra 244 Ashiyana Tower,B - 701, Above Millennium Hospital, Kausa, Mumbra 245 1st Floor Rashida Palace Tahkur Pada Hanuman Nagar Mumbra Thane 246 Room No 103, 1st Floor, Kiran Height Sonaji Nagar Mumbra - 400612 247 304, B2, Minar Regency, Shimla Park 248 Noorani Apt 1st, Floor S, Qureshi Hotel Mumbra, Thane 249 Nooriapt 2nd 202 Near Gazi Mahal Amrut Nagar Mumbra, Thane 250 Roshni Apt ,G/2 A Wing Near Parsik Tunnel , Mumbra 251 Shadab Manzi1,5th/501 Santosh Nagar ,Bombay Colony ,Mumbra 252 A-402 Ammar Garden , Near Sherreen Villa , Kausa Mumbra , Thane - 400612 253 R. No.1 Eknath Chawl Amrut Nagar, Mumbra, Shivaji Nagar, 254 Zahoor Chwal Room No 1/Bb Rashid Compund Kausa Mumbra 255 SHRILANKA DEVRIPADA ALIMIYA COMPOUND RM NO 8 AMRUTNAGAR MUMBRA THANE 256 Devi Roa,Ruse Apt, Kailashgiri nagar, Mumbra devi road, Mumbra 257 Isha Apt, Kausa Market Garden Palace, Mumbra, Thane 258 AASRA HEIGHTS 105-106 A WING NEXT TO DOSTI BHARAT GEAR KAVSA MUMBRA, NEAR BY PASS SINIK NAGAR MUMBRA 259 SHREE GANESH KRUPA CHAWL R N 14 KAILASH NAGAR DARGA RD MUMBRA 260 SAI TOWER DATTUR WADI MUMBRA THAN 261 ROOM NO 603 GEEN LAND DBUILDING SHEEL PHATA MUMBRA 400612 262 SAI SUMAN APT B WING 3RD FLOOR 305 UDAY NAGAR MUMBRA THANE 400612 263 HOUSE NO-531 VESIBANDAR VANBAVDI SARDAR COLONY ROAD GHADGE CHAWL MUMBRA THANE 264 APT New Manoj Niwas, thakurpada Mumbra , PATIL A 265 Nuri Chand Nagar, Kausa Thane 266 LALYA MUMBREKAR HOUSE GROUND FLOOR NEAR JAMA MAJJID KAUSA MARKET 267 Mustafa tower charnipada road compaund kausa,Thane 268 New Memon Colony,Khadi Machine Rd,Kausa,Mumbra - 400612 269 SHAHU NAGAR Chawl opp WASIM APT MUMBRA RAILWAY LINE MUMBRA THANE 270 Mukta Residency Padle Gay near Khidkali mandir Diva 271 Bharat Mhatre Chawl No 2 Room No 10 Datiwali Manpada Road Near Kct School Diva 272 SAMARTH CHAWAL R NO 5 MAHATRE OFFICE NEAR AKANKASHA HOLL BR NAGAR DIVA E 273 Ayappa chawl, ganesshnagar, ganeshwadi, Diva East 274 Bramha Apt. Suresh Nagar Diva 275 Ramchandra society A wing, Diva E 276 Adatiya Apt H.S.0 Diva Agasen Road Maruti Nagar Diva Thane 277 Ganesh Apt, Sabe Road, Eguare Drashan , B- Wing, Diva E, Thane 278 r no403 bil-2 vikas mhatre gale diva east 279 PARLIAT CHS BLD NO 2 DIVAR AGARSAN ROAD MATHOSHRI NGR DIVA 280 RAM NGAR OMKAR BHAIRAV CHAWL R NO 6 CHALW - 2 DIVA E 281 R NO 1 15T FLR NADAR APT OMKAR NGR DIVA 282 ISHWAR KRUPA APT, SONU PLAZA, NEAR MTNL OFFICE, NAGWADI DIVA 283 LAKSHMI NIWAS ROOM NO 411 BHIVASAI ROAD ABIDEV BANK DIVA EAST 284 ROOM NO 301 A WING SNEHAL APARTMENT GANESH WADEKAR SCHOOL MUMBRADEVI ROAD DIVA E 285 DESAI RD SHIL RD NR DATTA TEMPLE THANE 286 NANDI APT. DIVA EAST 287 SUDAMA CHS B WING R NO 104 DIVA 288 Sai Shrushti Height Bldg. B/3 Flat No 103 Shil Phata Road Khardigaon Thane 289 KOKATE COMPOUND GALA NO12 SHIL PHATA MUMBRA-400612 290 ROOM NO 2 DAWLE GOAN BHARAT GEAR KAUSA MUMBRA -400612 (To view our epaper please click here. 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2020-06-15Unlock 1: Maharashtra Gets Green Signal From Centre, Will Now Operate 100 Domestic Flights Daily - India.com
Unlock 1: Maharashtra Gets Green Signal From Centre, Will Now Operate 100 Domestic Flights Daily Earlier, the state was allowed to operate only 50 flights -- 25 arrivals and 25 departures on a daily basis. Published: June 15, 2020 6:58 PM IST By India.com News Desk Email Edited by Manmath Nayak Email New Delhi: In a significant development, the Ministry of Civil Aviation on Monday allowed the Maharashtra government to operate 100 flights daily. Also Read - Maharashtra News: COVID-19 Cases Rise by 3390 to 107958; Death Toll at 3950 Earlier, the state was allowed to operate only 50 flights — 25 arrivals and 25 departures on a daily basis. Also Read - Boosting Economy: Maharashtra to Sign 12 MoUs With Global Investors on Monday Earlier, the state government had opposed the idea to resume domestic flight services in the state amid rising cases of coronavirus. Also Read - Amid Rumours of Rift Within Maha Vikas Aghadi, Congress Says Expects to Meet CM Thackeray in Next 2 Days Ministry of Civil Aviation allows Maharashtra to operate 100 flights daily. Earlier, Maharashtra was allowed only 50 flights (25 arrivals and 25 departures) daily. pic.twitter.com/BEnFr1sXfQ— ANI (@ANI) June 15, 2020 State Minister Nawab Malik had on May 24 said that the state will initially allow 25 takeoffs and 25 landings every day from the capital city. “This number will be increased gradually,” he had said. The development comes at a time when the state on Sunday reported 3,390 new COVID-19 cases and 120 deaths, including 69 in Mumbai, taking the overall case count to 1,07,958 and the number of fatalities to 3,950. The state health department said a total of 1,632 patients were discharged from hospitals in the day, taking the number of the recovered cases to 50,978. Mumbai now accounts for 58,226 cases with 2,182 deaths. The number of active cases stands at 29,050 and that of recovered people at 26,986. Of 120 deaths, 69 are from Mumbai, 11 each from Pune and Jalgaon, seven from Aurangabad, five from Ulhasnagar, four from Thane, three from Solapur, two each from Akola and Osmanabad, one each from Palghar, Vasai Virar and Ratnagiri, the official said. For breaking news and live news updates, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Read more on Latest India News on India.com. Topics:domestic flightsmaharashtraMinistry of Civil Aviation Published Date: June 15, 2020 6:58 PM IST Comments - Join the Discussion #Trending Sushant Singh Rajput’s Funeral LIVE Updates: Actor’s Dead Body Reaches Pawan Hans Crematorium Mumbai Local Trains Resume Services After Nearly Two Months; Dos, Don’ts Guidelines For Passengers Here How to Regrow Hair And Curb a Receding Hairline Viral TopicsSunny LeoneCoronavirusDomestic FlightsIFSC CodeCouponsTamilrockersFlight NewsBollyshareIndian RailwaysBhojpuri Song India World Business Sports Entertainment Education Photos Latest News Live Cricket Score Our Network Sites Follow us on: Our Network Sites BollywoodLife CricketCountry TheHealthSite BGR Advertise With Us | About Us | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | T&C | Contact Us | Author Profiles Copyright © 2020. Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited. All Rights Reserved.
2020-06-15Maharashtra CM allows schools to start academic year with online classes from June 15 - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra CM allows schools to start academic year with online classes from June 15 Last Updated: 15th June, 2020 18:38 IST Maharashtra CM Allows Schools To Start Academic Year With Online Classes From June 15 On Monday, Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray permitted schools for starting the academic year from June 15 via the digital platform on a pilot project basis Written By Akhil Oka On Monday, Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray gave the green signal to schools for starting the academic year from June 15 via the digital platform on a pilot project basis amid the COVID-19 crisis. He also agreed to the physical reopening of schools situated in non-urban areas that are free from COVID-19 cases. This decision was taken in a virtual meeting with School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad and other officials. Writing on Twitter, Gaikwad revealed that a detailed SOP would be unveiled soon. Thereafter, she extended her good wishes to the students, parents and teachers.  CM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray has agreed upon starting the academic year for students through digital and online platforms on a pilot project basis. The decision was taken in a video conference meeting with the Minsiter of School Education Dept. @VarshaEGaikwad — CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) June 15, 2020 Read: Coronavirus Live Updates: India's Tally At 3,32,424; Recovery Rate Improves To 51.08% He has also agreed upon reopening schools in areas away from the cities that are COVID-19 free after taking adequate precautionary measures.#MissionBeginAgain — CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) June 15, 2020 Read: Congress Wants To Pull Support: BJP Alleges 'strategy' As Reason For Cracks In Uddhav Govt 53,017 active cases in Maharashtra Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally rose to 1,07,958 after 3,390 new novel coronavirus cases were reported in the state on Sunday, June 14. At present, there are 53,017 active cases in the state. With 1,632 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 50,978. 120 deaths- 69 from Mumbai, 11 each from Pune and Jalgaon, 7 from Aurangabad, 5 from Ulhasnagar, 4 from Thane, three each from Solapur, and Nashik, two each from Osmanabad and Akola and one each from Palghar and Vasai-Virar were reported on Sunday. 80 of the deceased had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, etc. Until now, a total of 3950 persons have died owing to COVID-19.  So far, 6,57,739 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in 55 government labs and 42 private labs operational across the state. While 5,87,596 persons are under home quarantine, 29,641 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 recovery rate and fatality rate in Maharashtra stand at 47.2% and 3.65% respectively.  COVID-19 testing price capped The Maharashtra government capped the maximum price for COVID-19 tests and testing by collecting samples from home at Rs.2200 and Rs.2800 respectively. Explaining the rationale for this decision, state Health Minister Rajesh Tope stated that there was a demand to reduce the price of the test from several offices who wanted to test their employees before recommencing operations. Terming these prices as the lowest in the country, Tope opined that this would lead to increased testing by private labs.  First Published: 15th June, 2020 18:38 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 6 hours ago 11502 more COVID-19 cases, 325 deaths in India 1 day ago VCs of Bengal universities submit resolution on final semester exams, Mamata to take final call 45 mins ago GSEB Result for HSC Arts & Commerce declared;Patan emerges as the best performing district 4 hours ago Manipur HSCL exam results declared, pass percentage 65.34 3 hours ago Is NEET 2020 postponed to another date? Read on to know the possible change in schedule 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 Coronavirus Live Updates: India's tally at 3,32,424; recovery rate improves to 51.08% Kangana Ranaut slams nepotism over Sushant Singh's death, asks 'why didn't he get awards?' Congress attacks Army Chief for calling talks with China 'fruitful'; mocks 'exuberance' Gujarat witnesses 4 earthquakes in 24 hours; latest tremors felt near Bhachau FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-06-14Good news for Thane as 184 police and SRPF personnel recover from COVID-19 - Free Press Journal
Good news for Thane as 184 police and SRPF personnel recover from COVID-19By Narendra GuptaAs many as 184 Thane police officials, including SRPF personnel have recovered and have been discharged from COVID-19 hospitals. They are now ready for their duties, Vivek Phansalkar, Thane police commissioner said.There had been a total of 262 coronavirus positive cases among police officials. Two people have passed away. 76 others are undergoing treatment in Thane and Mumbai hospitals. According to Thane Commissionerate, out of the 262 police personnel, 21 were police inspectors. Of these, 17 people have been discharged and 4 others are undergoing treatment, as of Saturday. 177 were police constables, and from this group 126 people have discharged, while 50 are undergoing treatment. One death has been reported.Two women police inspectors have been discharged, while out of 35 women police constables who had tested positive, 24 have been discharged. 10 are undergoing treatment, while one woman constable has passed away.Vijay Shinde senior police inspector from Shreenagar police station said, "A-45-year old woman police constable who was posted at Shreenagar police station in Thane has died. Her husband was in SRPF, he died in nexus attack in 2008. Following this, she got the job n her husband’s stead.”Shinde also mentioned that the woman had been suffering from kidney ailments and had to frequently undergo dialysis.Furthermore, there were a total of 27 personnel and officers from the SRPF (State Reserve Police Force) and RAF (Royal Air Force) who had tested positive. Of these, 26 were from the SRPF, while one person from the RAF is undergoing treatment in the hospital. 15 people from the SRPF have recovered and have been discharged, while 11 are undergoing treatment.Thane police sources have said that officials who had tested positive belong to the Mumbra, Vartak Nagar, Ambernath, Naupada, Thane nagar, Ulhasnagar Central police station, Kalwa, Kopari, Wagale Estate, Bhiwandi Narpoli police stations.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: MBMC stokes controversy after buying homeopathic pills   (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)thaneSRPF personnelCOVID-19COVID-19 hospitalsRecent StoriesPappu Yadav suggests 'deep conspiracy' behind Sushant Singh Rajput's death; demands CBI inquiryU'khand to screen entire population for COVID-19 in next 10 days: Trivendra Singh Rawat Sushant Singh Rajput death: Friend shares his anecdotes of Sushant, the seeker and actorFPJ Exclusive: In Mumbai, it is not affordable to live two yards away, says Chief Secretary Ajoy MehtaCoronavirus in Maharashtra: June 15 is here, but schools have no clarity on how to start academic year online 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
2020-06-14SSR Suicide: Room locked from inside, no suicide note; was under psychiatric treatment for depression - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Monday, June 15, 2020, 2:05 AM IST Sushant Singh Rajput death: Cops claim he was under psychiatric treatment for depressionBy Sachin GaadPhoto: Sushant Singh Rajput/InstagramMumbai: Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself at his Bandra residence on Sunday. The police have not found any suicide note but said the actor had been depressed for the past few months and had been under treatment. Confirming the incident, Abhishek Trimukhe, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Zone 9, said, "Rajput has committed suicide by hanging. We have not found any suicide note and his body has been sent for postmortem examination." "From the ligature mark on his neck, it seems clear he hanged himself. His bedroom door too was locked and his family has also not voiced any suspicions. The post-mortem report will clear the rest," said an officer. As of now, the police are tightlipped about the reason for his depression. However, they are investigating the financial angle and whether there was any personal reason which may have pushed the actor to take the drastic step. By an uncanny coincidence, last Monday, his former manager Disha Salian committed suicide by jumping from the 12th floor of her residential apartment. The police have denied any connection between the two incidents. According to Mumbai Police, around 2pm on Sunday, they learnt about his death and in the next 30 minutes, a Bandra Police team had reached his residence on Hill Road. By the time the police reached the spot, his body had already been brought down and kept on the bed. The police said he may have hanged himself between 10am and 1pm and at the time of the incident, his house help, chef and creative manager were present in the house. As per the statement of his house help, Rajput had woken up around 6.30am, had pomegranate juice around 9.30am and returned to his room. Around 10.30am, his chef had asked him what he wanted for lunch but he did not respond. When two-three hours had passed without any response from him, his manager contacted his sister, who also lives in Mumbai. When she arrived at his residence, she called for a key cutter. When the door was opened, he was found hanging by a green kurta from the ceiling fan. His manager told police that Singh had been depressed but was not on medication. The police could not find any medicine or medical papers in the room. According to senior police officers, a well-known psychiatrist had been treating him for depression for the last six months. He is reported to have confirmed this on being contacted by the police. In her statement, his sister denied that her brother was going through any financial crisis. However, the police said they would verify her claims.Also ReadSushant Singh Rajput's death: Father's condition deteriorates after news of son's suicide (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)Sushant Singh Rajputdepressionpsychiatric treatmentSSR SuicideRecent StoriesPappu Yadav suggests 'deep conspiracy' behind Sushant Singh Rajput's death; demands CBI inquiryU'khand to screen entire population for COVID-19 in next 10 days: Trivendra Singh Rawat Sushant Singh Rajput death: Friend shares his anecdotes of Sushant, the seeker and actorFPJ Exclusive: In Mumbai, it is not affordable to live two yards away, says Chief Secretary Ajoy MehtaCoronavirus in Maharashtra: June 15 is here, but schools have no clarity on how to start academic year online 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
2020-06-14For 2nd day, Maha Covid-19 deaths drop, recoveries improve - Daijiworld.com
For 2nd day, Maha Covid-19 deaths drop, recoveries improve   Sun, Jun 14 2020 10:31:42 PM By Quaid Najmi Mumbai, Jun 14 (IANS): For the second consecutive day on Sunday, Maharashtra notched a drop in Covid-19 deaths while the recoveries continued to improve, health officials said here. The state recorded 3,390 new patients to take its total of 107,958, with a recovery rate of 47.02 per cent. Maharashtra also marked another three-digit toll of 120, down by 32 from the record high of 152 on June 11, and also notched a drop in new cases by 217 from the highest of 3,607 on May 11. For almost all days in June, the state has been recording three-digit fatalities - 103 deaths on June 2, 122 on June 3, 123 on June 4, 139 on June 5, 120 on June 6, 109 on June 8, 120 on June 9, 149 on June 10, 152 on June 11, 127 on June 12, 113 on June 13 and 120 on Sunday. This comes to roughly one death every 12 minutes, and a whopping 141 new cases notched every hour in the state on Sunday. Maharashtra has been recording 100-plus fatalities and over 3,000 cases almost daily for the past 13 days. With 120 fatalities, the state death toll zoomed to 3,950 while the total number of Coronavirus patients catapulted from Saturday's 104,568 to 107,958 -- both highest in the country. The Health Department said of the total number of cases declared till date, 53,017 were active cases - increasing by 1,638 from Saturday. Despite the gloomy data on the perpetually growing number of Covid-19 deaths and cases, the state continues to record an impressive recovery rate, standing now at 47.02 per cent and a mortality rate of 3.65 per cent. Of the total fatalities on Sunday, Mumbai notched 69 deaths for the second day - taking the city death toll up to 2,182 now, while the number of Covid-19 positive patients here went up by 1,395 cases to touch 58,226 now. Dharavi - Asia's biggest slum - continued to show improvements with 13 new cases, taking the total to 2,043 cases and and the number of fatalities stable at 77. Besides Mumbai's 69 deaths, there were nine fatalities in Thane (Thane, Ulhasnagar), 11 in Pune and Jalgaon, seven in Aurangabad, three each in Nashik and Solapur, two each Palghar, Akola and Osmanabad and one in Ratnagiri. The victims comprised 81 men and 39 women and nearly 67 per cent of them suffered from other serious ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, heart problems and asthma. On the positive side, a total of 1,632 fully cured patients returned home on Sunday, taking the number of those discharged from 49,346 to 50,978 now. To strengthen the war against the virus, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray dedicated 12 ambulances to BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation. A total of 30 ambulances were arranged to mark Aditya Thackeray's 30th birthday on Saturday (June 13) and another 12 donated by corporates like Mahindra & Mahindra, Zee Group and Deepak Fertilisers will join the fleet soon. A Zee Group spokesperson said it would utilize its CSR budget to provide 200 ambulances including 46 to the BMC, and 50 high flow heated respiratory humidifiers, and the rest to other civic bodies around the country. The MMR (Thane Division) remains problematic with 80 new Covid-19 deaths, pulling up the toll to 2,730 and the number of positive cases touched 80,500. Pune Division fatalities zoomed to 639, besides 14,745 patients. Since June 1, Thane district - with 18,080 cases and 434 fatalities - has overtaken Pune district which has 12,184 patients but 480 deaths. The next major region of concern is Nashik Division with 275 deaths and 4,316 positive cases, followed by Aurangabad Division with 145 fatalities and 3,261 cases, and finally Akola Division with 71 deaths and 1,720 cases. Latur Division has 25 deaths and 632 cases, Kolhapur Division 31 deaths and 1,461 patients, and finally Nagpur Division with 14 deaths and 1,242 cases. Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home-quarantine increased from to 587,596, while those in institutional quarantine increased to 29,641. In another relieving news for patients, there are as many as 77,189 beds currently available in 1,535 Covid-19 institutions for quarantine in the state on Sunday.    Top Stories Land Trades rolls out Mangaluru’s first virtual real estate e-platform   23 hours ago    1 You might also like LEAVE A COMMENTYour Email address will not be published. Title : For 2nd day, Maha Covid-19 deaths drop, recoveries improve           You have 2000 characters left. 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2020-06-14Maha COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958; death toll 3,950 - Outlook India
Maha COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958; death toll 3,950 Outlook June 14, 2020 22:40 IST Maha COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958; death toll 3,950 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 (Eds: Adds details) Mumbai, Jun 14 (PTI) Maharashtra on Sunday reported 3,390 new COVID-19 cases and 120 deaths, including 69 in Mumbai, taking the overall case count to 1,07,958 and the number of fatalities to 3,950, a Health official said. However, the actual number of people under treatment in the state is 53,017, he said. A total of 1,632 patients were discharged from hospitals in the day, taking the number of the recovered cases to 50,978. Mumbai now accounts for 58,226 cases with 2,182 deaths. The number of active cases stands at 29,050 and that of recovered people at 26,986. Of 120 deaths, 69 are from Mumbai, 11 each from Pune and Jalgaon, seven from Aurangabad, five from Ulhasnagar, four from Thane, three from Solapur, two each from Akola and Osmanabad, one each from Palghar, Vasai Virar and Ratnagiri, the official said. "Of the 120 deaths, 43 occurred in last two days. Rest 77 fatalities had occurred earlier," he said. Maximum number of cases are concentrated in Mumbai, Mumbai metropolitan region including Thane, and Pune. Thane division, which includes Mumbai, has 80,500 cases with 2,730 deaths, he said. Pune division has 14,745 cases with 639 deaths, including 10,326 patients in Pune city alone which has reported 439 deaths, he said. Kolhapur division has 1,461 cases and 31 deaths while Nashik division has reported 4,316 cases and 275 fatalities so far, he said. Aurangabad division has so far reported 3,261 cases and 145 deaths while Latur division 632 cases and 25 casualties, he said. Akola division has reported 1,720 cases and 71 deaths while Nashik division 1,242 cases and 14 fatalities, the official said. There are 81 COVID-19 patients from other states who have so far received treatment while 20 have died, he added. A total of 5,87,596 people are currently under home quarantine in the state while 29,641 people are admitted in institutional quarantine, he said. 97 laboratories in the state have so far conducted 6,57,739 tests of which 1,07,958 samples have tested positive, the official informed. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 1,07,958, new cases 3,390, deaths 3,950, discharged 50,978, active cases 53,017, people tested so far 6,57,739. PTI ND NSK NSK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Amit Shah Calls All-party Meeting To Discuss COVID-19 Situation In Delhi Tomorrow Gone Are The Days When India Lacked Depth In Pace-Bowling Department: Shaun Pollock 'Unbelievable Journey' Cut Short: Kiran More on Former Trainee Sushant Singh Rajput's Death More from Outlook Magazine La América, Going South What Is The Treatment? Covid-19 Diary | To Be Back In The Isolation Ward Was Just Living Up To An Oath I Had Taken As A Physician Next Story : We stand great chance to beat England once we get stuck into them: Roach Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-14Woman among two constables succumb to COVID-19 in Thane, 50 cops infected in Palghar - United News of India
Woman among two constables succumb to COVID-19 in Thane, 50 cops infected in PalgharThane/Palghar, Jun 14 (UNI) Two police constables succumbed to COVID-19 while 25 more personnel tested positive for the pandemic, informed officials on Sunday. A woman constable from this city while another man posted at Ulhasnagar suburb died of the contagion Saturday. So far, Thane Police Commissionerate has tallied 269 cases, out of which, 187 personnel have been cured and discharged. Most of these cases were found in the headquarters and contracted the disease apparently after coming into contact with the accused, who were either infected or high risk contacts of Corona positive individuals. Presently, 75 constables and five officers are undergoing treatment, they added. Meanwhile, in the distant Palghar district, two more policemen, who were the high-risk contacts of earlier infected personnel from Control Room, have tested COVID-19 positive. The district police headquarters has been sanitised, officials told, adding that most of them contracted the disease probably after coming into contact of several accused while controlling crime. Till now, 50 personnel have been infected while 17 of them have been cured and discharged. 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UNI PHOTO-A11UPATNA, JUNE 14 (UNI):- Fans and relatives gather outside the residence of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput , who passes away at the age of 34 after committing suicide at his residence in Mumbai, in Patna,Sunday.UNI PHOTO-A9UPATNA, JUNE 14 (UNI):- Fans and relatives gather outside the residence of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput , who passes away at the age of 34 after committing suicide at his residence in Mumbai, in Patna,Sunday.UNI PHOTO-A10UPATNA, JUNE 14 (UNI):- Fans and relatives gather outside the residence of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput , who passes away at the age of 34 after committing suicide at his residence in Mumbai, in Patna,Sunday.UNI PHOTO-A8UPATNA, JUNE 14 (UNI):- File photo of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput and his family at Patna residence, in Patna on Sunday, who passes away at the age of 34 after committed suicide at his residence in Mumbai. 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2020-06-14Maharashtra: For second consecutive day, Covid-19 deaths drop in state, recoveries improve - Mumbai Mirror
Maharashtra: For second consecutive day, Covid-19 deaths drop in state, recoveries improveYou are in an offline modeMaharashtra: For second consecutive day, Covid-19 deaths drop in state, recoveries improveIANS / Updated: Jun 14, 2020, 23:12 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo by Raju Shelar/MMCLFor the second consecutive day on Sunday, Maharashtra notched a drop in Covid-19 deaths while the recoveries continued to improve, health officials said here. The state recorded 3,390 new patients to take its total of 107,958, with a recovery rate of 47.02 per cent. Maharashtra also marked another three-digit toll of 120, down by 32 from the record high of 152 on June 11, and also notched a drop in new cases by 217 from the highest of 3,607 on May 11. For almost all days in June, the state has been recording three-digit fatalities - 103 deaths on June 2, 122 on June 3, 123 on June 4, 139 on June 5, 120 on June 6, 109 on June 8, 120 on June 9, 149 on June 10, 152 on June 11, 127 on June 12, 113 on June 13 and 120 on Sunday. This comes to roughly one death every 12 minutes, and a whopping 141 new cases notched every hour in the state on Sunday. Maharashtra has been recording 100-plus fatalities and over 3,000 cases almost daily for the past 13 days. With 120 fatalities, the state death toll zoomed to 3,950 while the total number of Coronavirus patients catapulted from Saturday's 104,568 to 107,958 -- both highest in the country. The Health Department said of the total number of cases declared to date, 53,017 were active cases - increasing by 1,638 from Saturday. Despite the gloomy data on the perpetually growing number of Covid-19 deaths and cases, the state continues to record an impressive recovery rate, standing now at 47.02 per cent and a mortality rate of 3.65 per cent. Of the total fatalities on Sunday, Mumbai notched 69 deaths for the second day - taking the city death toll up to 2,182 now, while the number of Covid-19 positive patients here went up by 1,395 cases to touch 58,226 now. Dharavi - Asia's biggest slum - continued to show improvements with 13 new cases, taking the total to 2,043 cases and the number of fatalities stable at 77. Besides Mumbai's 69 deaths, there were nine fatalities in Thane (Thane, Ulhasnagar), 11 in Pune and Jalgaon, seven in Aurangabad, three each in Nashik and Solapur, two each Palghar, Akola and Osmanabad and one in Ratnagiri. The victims comprised 81 men and 39 women and nearly 67 per cent of them suffered from other serious ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, heart problems, and asthma. On the positive side, a total of 1,632 fully cured patients returned home on Sunday, taking the number of those discharged from 49,346 to 50,978 now. The MMR (Thane Division) remains problematic with 80 new Covid-19 deaths, pulling up the toll to 2,730 and the number of positive cases touched 80,500. Pune Division fatalities zoomed to 639, besides 14,745 patients. Since June 1, Thane district - with 18,080 cases and 434 fatalities - has overtaken Pune district which has 12,184 patients but 480 deaths. The next major region of concern is Nashik Division with 275 deaths and 4,316 positive cases, followed by Aurangabad Division with 145 fatalities and 3,261 cases, and finally Akola Division with 71 deaths and 1,720 cases. Latur Division has 25 deaths and 632 cases, Kolhapur Division 31 deaths and 1,461 patients, and finally Nagpur Division with 14 deaths and 1,242 cases. Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home-quarantine increased from to 587,596, while those in institutional quarantine increased to 29,641. In another relieving news for patients, there are as many as 77,189 beds currently available in 1,535 Covid-19 institutions for quarantine in the state on Sunday. RELATED NEWSMaharashtra reports 122 COVID-19 deaths in single dayJun 03, 20208 COVID-19 deaths, 765 fresh COVID-19 cases in Tamil NaduMay 25, 2020In 60 days, Covid-19 deaths in Maharashtra rocket from 1 to 1,135May 17, 2020 If you’re a small business, we Want to Help.Dell IndiaReady to move Apts in Yelahanka, at Prestige Royale Gardens.Prestige GroupMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeTransferable US college credits with Scholarly’s GuaranteeScholarlySofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More.This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times MediSec by Secureye - Infrared Digital ThermometerSecureyeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesThese Car Premiums Will Surprise YouTATA AIGStay Fit at Home with Workout Routines @FitcoachTIMESPOINTSGlutathione skin whitening soap - ultimate face whitening!LA OrganoEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj Allianz
2020-06-14Maharashtra COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958 - The Tribune India
Maharashtra COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958 Death toll climbs to 3,950 SHARE ARTICLE A - A + Posted: Jun 14, 2020 10:52 PM (IST) Updated : 6 days ago 854 0 0 People spend their evening on the promenade at Marine Drive in Mumbai on Sunday, June 14, 2020. (PTI Photo) Mumbai, June 14 Maharashtra, on Sunday, reported 3,390 new COVID-19 cases and 120 deaths, including 69 in Mumbai, taking the overall case count to 1,07,958 and the number of fatalities to 3,950, a health official said. However, the actual number of people under treatment in the state is 53,017, he said. A total of 1,632 patients were discharged from hospitals in the day, taking the number of the recovered cases to 50,978. Mumbai now accounts for 58,226 cases with 2,182 deaths. The number of active cases stands at 29,050 and that of recovered people at 26,986. Of the 120 deaths, 69 are from Mumbai, 11 each from Pune and Jalgaon, seven from Aurangabad, five from Ulhasnagar, four from Thane, three from Solapur, two each from Akola and Osmanabad, one each from Palghar, Vasai Virar and Ratnagiri, the official said. “Of the 120 deaths, 43 occurred in last two days. Rest 77 fatalities had occurred earlier,” he said. Maximum number of cases are concentrated in Mumbai, Mumbai metropolitan region including Thane, and Pune. Thane division, which included Mumbai, has 80,500 cases with 2,730 deaths, he said. Pune division had 14,745 cases with 639 deaths, including 10,326 patients in Pune city alone which has reported 439 deaths, he said. Kolhapur division had 1,461 cases and 31 deaths while Nashik division has reported 4,316 cases and 275 fatalities so far, he said. Aurangabad division had so far reported 3,261 cases and 145 deaths while Latur division 632 cases and 25 casualties, he said. Akola division had reported 1,720 cases and 71 deaths while Nashik division 1,242 cases and 14 fatalities, the official said. There were 81 COVID-19 patients from other states who have so far received treatment while 20 have died, he added. A total of 5,87,596 people was currently under home quarantine in the state while 29,641 people are admitted in institutional quarantine, he said. As many as 97 laboratories in the state had so far conducted 6,57,739 tests of which 1,07,958 samples have tested positive, the official informed. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 1,07,958, new cases 3,390, deaths 3,950, discharged 50,978, active cases 53,017, people tested so far 6,57,739. PTI SHARE ARTICLE A - A + What do you think? 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2020-06-1466% corona infected Thane cops recover, 322 back on duty after quarantine - Times of India
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2020-06-14Aurangabad COVID-19 count now 2,756; death toll 150 till June 14 - Business Insider India
Aurangabad COVID-19 count now 2,756; death toll 150 till June 14Aurangabad COVID-19 count now 2,756; death toll 150 till June 14PTIJun 15, 2020, 12:55 ISTAurangabad, Jun 14 () Aurangabad district of Maharashtra reported 130 COVID-19 cases on Sunday, taking its overall tally to 2,756, an official said. The death toll due to the virus reached 150 after seven persons succumbed to the infection during the day, the official said. As many as 1,502 patients were discharged from hospitals in the district on Sunday after their recovery, he said. Of the 130 new patients, 44 are female. AdvertisementAccording to the official, out of the total 150 deaths, 111 were reported from the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) alone, 38 from private hospitals and one from the civil hospital here. Total 1,104 patients are undergoing treatment in the district at present, he added. {{}} Next StoryMaha COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958; death toll 3,950Popular on BI1Ivanka Trump tried to rename the First Lady's Office the 'First Family Office' but was blocked by Melania, new book says2Chennai to shut down as Tamil Nadu announces ‘intense lockdown’ in four districts3Arun Bharat Ram and Arvind Lal — the two businessmen who became billionaires during the lockdownLatest Stories Another TRS MLA tests positive for COVID-19 in Telangana Pune COVID-19 cases rise by 318 to 12,243; death toll 511 Survey of suburban stations in Howrah division to be carried to ensure COVID-19 safety norms Odisha woman drags cot carrying sick mother to bank to get money; manager suspended Delhi govt asks its PWD to install CCTV cameras in COVID-19 wards within 24 hours Trending Newsyoutubers in IndiaDelhi Hospitals GuidelinesTelangana lockdown guidelinesSurat Containment ZonesKarnataka Lockdown GuidelinesDelhi Containment ZonesCovid-19 PatientPunjab new GuidelinesCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMaharashtra lockdown guidelinesContainment Zone in KolkataPune Containment ZoneSpicejetTamilnadu lockdown GuidelinesMaha COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958; death toll 3,950DMA writes to CM over Delhi's govt's decision to declare nursing homes as COVID facilityRajasthan govt can help neighbouring states with 5,000 COVID tests per day if needed: CM GehlotCOVID-19IndiaCases: 332,424Deaths: 9,520Recovered: 169,798COVID-19WorldCases: 7.69mnDeaths: 428kRecovered: 3.77mnCOVID-19USACases: 2.03mnDeaths: 114kRecovered: 562kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageAurangabad COVID-19 count now 2,756; death toll 150 till June 14Maha COVID-cases spike by 3,390 to 1,07,958; death toll 3,950DMA writes to CM over Delhi's govt's decision to declare nursing homes as COVID facilityRajasthan govt can help neighbouring states with 5,000 COVID tests per day if needed: CM GehlotAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapPopular CategoriesTech NewsPolicy NewsPersonal Finance NewsMobile NewsBusiness NewsEcommerce NewsAuto NewsStartups NewsStock Market NewsFinance NewsEntertainment NewsEconomy NewsCareers NewsApps NewsInternational NewsPolitics NewsEducation NewsAdvertising NewsLife NewsHealth NewsScience NewsIndia NewsRetail NewsSports NewsPersonalities NewsCorporates NewsEnvironment NewsWorld NewsTrending Right NowCentral bank of IndiaCheck jio BalanceBSNL Mobile balanceContainment zones in HyderabadUP Coronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus casesKarnataka Coronavirus CasesGoogle PhotosOBC BankCoronavirus cases in PunjabCoronavirus cases in HaryanaGujarat Coronavirus CasesCheck Balance in SBIHow to check Vodafone BalanceUttarakhand Coronavirus caseslargest economies in the worldCoronavirus cases in DelhiContainment zones in KolkataMumbai Containment ZonesPune Containment ZonesMore from our Partners
2020-06-14As Maharashtra grapples with COVID-19, Jalgaon becomes epicentre of virus deaths - The New Indian Express
As Maharashtra grapples with COVID-19, Jalgaon becomes epicentre of virus deaths In Jalgaon district alone there are 1,630 positive cases and 120 deaths. In the same district, 653 patients have been cured and discharged. Share Via Email Published: 15th June 2020 02:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2020 10:35 AM   |  A+A A- A BMC worker carries out fumigation work as part of the preventive measures against malaria ahead of Monsoon season at Mazgaon in Mumbai Thursday June 11 2020. (Photo | PTI) By Sudhir SuryawanshiExpress News Service MUMBAI: Maharshtra’s Jalgaon district has turned out to be the epicentre for COVID-19, with mortality rate is almost 7.36 per cent as against 3.66 per cent rate of Maharashtra and 2.87 per cent in the entire country. The total COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra stands at 1,04,568 and 3,830 deaths have been reported in last three months in the state, while in Jalgaon district alone there are 1,630 positive cases and 120 deaths. In the same district, 653 patients have been cured and discharged. According to Maharashtra health department data, Mumbai’s mortality rate is 3.71 per cent while Pune’s is 4. 30 per cent and Nagpur is 1.31 per cent.Jalgaon district collector Akash Dhakne said, “If we take total population into account, then we are in better positions. The per million tests and death in Jalgaon is much lower than Mumbai, Pune and other metro cities.” The district collector said, “The health staff also need to work equally to bring down the Covid -19 positive cases and deaths equally. I personally converted many private hospitals into civil affiliated hospitals with ICU and oxygen facilities. People are getting better services now. Other people also need to shoulder the responsibility.” In Jalgaon, three medical officers were suspended in a Covid patient’s missing and death case. Maharashtra on Sunday reported 3,390 new COVID-19 cases and 120 deaths, including 69 in Mumbai, taking the overall case count to 1,07,958 and the number of fatalities to 3,950, a Health official said. However, the actual number of people under treatment in the state is 53,017, he said. A total of 1,632 patients were discharged from hospitals in the day, taking the number of the recovered cases to 50,978. Mumbai now accounts for 58,226 cases with 2,182 deaths. The number of active cases stands at 29,050 and that of recovered people at 26,986. Of 120 deaths, 69 are from Mumbai, 11 each from Pune and Jalgaon, seven from Aurangabad, five from Ulhasnagar, four from Thane, three from Solapur, two each from Akola and Osmanabad, one each from Palghar, Vasai Virar and Ratnagiri, the official said. "Of the 120 deaths, 43 occurred in last two days. Rest 77 fatalities had occurred earlier," he said. Maximum number of cases are concentrated in Mumbai, Mumbai metropolitan region including Thane, and Pune. Thane division, which includes Mumbai, has 80,500 cases with 2,730 deaths, he said. Pune division has 14,745 cases with 639 deaths, including 10,326 patients in Pune city alone which has reported 439 deaths, he said. Kolhapur division has 1,461 cases and 31 deaths while Nashik division has reported 4,316 cases and 275 fatalities so far, he said. Aurangabad division has so far reported 3,261 cases and 145 deaths while Latur division 632 cases and 25 casualties, he said. Akola division has reported 1,720 cases and 71 deaths while Nashik division 1,242 cases and 14 fatalities, the official said. There are 81 COVID-19 patients from other states who have so far received treatment while 20 have died, he added. A total of 5,87,596 people are currently under home quarantine in the state while 29,641 people are admitted in institutional quarantine, he said. 97 laboratories in the state have so far conducted 6,57,739 tests of which 1,07,958 samples have tested positive, the official informed. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 1,07,958, new cases 3,390, deaths 3,950, discharged 50,978, active cases 53,017, people tested so far 6,57,739. (With PTI Inputs) Stay up to date on all the latest Nation news with The New Indian Express App. Download now TAGS Coronavirus COVID-19 Maharashtra Coronavirus Jalgaon Coronavirus O P E N ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT India Matters Corona patient who received plasma therapy dies in second such case Logged-in for longer? Your eyes might be crying Ant chutney that wowed Gordon Ramsay can fight coronavirus? Kolkata man orders Communist Manifesto, Amazon delivers Bhagavad Gita! 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2020-06-13COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath crosses 600-mark; Ulhasnagar, Badlapur see less than 15 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath crosses 600-mark; Ulhasnagar, Badlapur see less than 15 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath crosses 600-mark; Ulhasnagar, Badlapur see less than 15 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 13, 2020, 20:22 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported nine new cases on Saturday and with that, the city's toll has climbed to 741. According to the latest bulletin by Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, six people were discharged on Friday taking the total number of recoveries to 350. Also, 27 people have succumbed to the virus so far in the area. Out of the nine cases, one person each from OT Section (Ulhasnagar-3), Vadolgaon, Nana Nani Udyan (Ulhasnagar-2), Siru Chowk, Khamdev Pada, Brahmanpada, Netaji Chowk, Punjabi Colony and Kailash Colony has tested positive. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed a surge in the COVID-19 figures as a total of 48 people tested positive on Saturday, and with that, the tally went up to 617. Most of the cases were reported from Khuntavli, Vadavali Section, Shastri Nagar and Metal Nagar, all of which have been designated as containment zones by the Ambernath Municipal Corporation. Untitled Carousel COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurThe number of coronavirus cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur has been rising for the last few weeks. While Ulhasnagar has a total of 679 positive cases till date, Ambernath's tally has climbed to 541. Badlapur, on the other hand, has reported 380 positive cases until now. As many as 254 people have been cured and discharged in Ambernath while 19 people have died due to the virus. Meanwhile, Badlapur recorded 14 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday. The total number of positive cases in the city now stands at 401 along with nine fatalities. Two persons each residing in Amrapali Society (Sambhaji Nagar), Jai Ambe Apartment (Katrap) and Laxmi Yashwant Arcade came out to be positive, while one case each was reported in Shreeji Garden, Vishalraj Society (Belauli), Mohan Palms, Pranjee Garden, Subhash Nagar, Guru Kutir Apartment (Katrap), Om Shri Apartment (Manjarli) and Bhagirathi Vihar. So far, 190 people have recovered in the city and the remaining 202 active cases are currently undergoing treatment at COVID-19 designated hospitals, informed Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali: List of private and government COVID-19 Hospitals and Fever ClinicsKalyan and Dombivali continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 pandemic with a consistent increase in the number of positive cases over the past few days. A few private hospitals have also been roped in to treat the infected patients. Check the full list here: 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 Ready to move Apts in Yelahanka, at Prestige Royale Gardens.Prestige GroupDell Precision Workstations - For performance & productivityDell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThe best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More.This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesAmerican Lottery Known for ₹10,000 Crores Jackpot Comes to IndiaLotto Smile No cost EMI starting at Rs 1467. Own Now.Awesome Galaxy A31MediSec by Secureye - Infrared Digital ThermometerSecureyeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesBIG BOLD SALE IS LIVE! 50-90% OFF ON 3Lakh+ Styles. SHOP NOWAJIOStay home! Ensure safety & savings with Flipkart SupermartTIMESPOINTSDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterDEPOTBLOG
2020-06-12COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 12, 2020, 16:10 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLThane: The number of coronavirus cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur has been rising for the last few weeks. While Ulhasnagar has a total of 679 positive cases till date, Ambernath's tally has climbed to 541. Badlapur, on the other hand, has reported 380 positive cases until now. As many as 334 patients have been cured and discharged in the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation limits, followed by 185 in Ambernath and 174 in Badlapur. Most of the persons who have been testing positive since the last few days either belong to containment zones or are relatives of persons who have already been infected while working on the frontlines and essential service centres in these regions as well as in Thane, Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali: List of private and government COVID-19 Hospitals and Fever ClinicsKalyan and Dombivali continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 pandemic with a consistent increase in the number of positive cases over the past few days. A few private hospitals have also been roped in to treat the infected patients. Check the full list here: Here is a list of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur, as designated by the respective civic bodies: Ulhasnagar: - Vithal Rukhmini Temple, Shantinagar (Bramhan Pada), Ulhasnagar-3 - Khanna Compound, Ulhasnagar-3 - Rahul Nagar, Sambhaji Chowk Road, Ulhasnagar-4 - Vinay Apt., Behind Chopda Court building, Ulhasnagar-3 - Barrack No 114, Room No. 03, Dr. Shiv Baba Darshan Apt. Mahesh Society Road, Ulhasnagar-1 - Achanak Nagar Subhash Tekdi Ambedkar Chowk, Ulhasnagar-4 - Subhash Nagar, Ulhasnagar-3 - Shiva Apt, Ulhasnagar-2 - Sant Dnyaneshwar Nagar, Khemani, Ulhasnagar 2 - Seema Apt, Khemani, Ulhasnagar-2 - Bk No 115,Birla Mandir Road, near Shani Mandir, Ulhasnagar-1 - Panchsheel Nagar, Subhash Tekdi, Ulhasnagar-4 - Royal Hights, Valmik nagar, old Water Tank, near Bewas Chowk, UNR-1 - Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Near Konark Residency, Ulhasnagar-1 - Defence Colony, Subhash Tekdi, Ulhasnagar-4 - Ravindra Nagar, Kurla Camp, Ulhasnagar-4 - Century Rayon Colony, B Type, neat Century School, Ulhasnagar-1 - Konark Residency, Flat No 201, C Block Road, Ulhasnagar-1 - Shashtri Nagar, Ulhasnagar-2 - Kurla Camp, Opp Shri Rajesh Wankhede House, Ulhasnagar-4 - Anand Nagar, First Gate, Ulhasnagar-3 - Radha Krishna Apartment, C Block Road, near Dolphin Club, Ulhasnagar-3 - Bharat Nagar, Subhash Tekdi, Ulhasnagar-4 - Panchsheel Nagar, in front of Buddha Vihar, Hiraghat, Ulhasnagar-3 - Barrack No.1260, O.T section, Ulhasnagar-4 Ambernath: - Buapada - Ambernath Police station - B-Cabin - Motiram Park - Indra Vihar - Anand Vihar Society - New Colony - Chinchpada - Patel Planet - Shankar Heights - Kohajgaon - Ambar Residency - DH Patil Colony - Satyam Eleganza - Forest Naka - Dhara Residency - Landscape Garden - Reliance Residency - Vadavli section - Ambedkar Nagar - Shivaji Nagar - Maharashtra Housing Board - Shiv Nagar - Shastri Nagar - Kailash Nagar - Morivali Pada - Bhaskar Nagar - Khuntavali - Bhawani Chowk - Shivling Nagar - Woolen Chawl - Deepak Nagar - Sanjay Nagar - Metal Nagar - Ganesh Nagar - Matoshree Nagar - Radha Govind Nagar - Green City - Navare Nagar - Mahalaxmi Nagar - New Bhendipada - Krushna Nagar - Royal Park - Laadi Naka - Fatima Colony - Gautam Nagar - MIDC area - Kansai Section Badlapur:- Shani Nagar - TV Tower - Vishwajeet Manohar - Manohar Vikas, Hendrepada - Shreeji Garden, Valivali - Pranjee Garden - Anupama Apt, Barrage Road - Anand Nagar, Gaondevi - Om Krushna Heights, Shirgaon - Nisarga Park, Datta Chowk - Thakurvadi, Badlapur Gaon - Shri Krushna Vihar, Sarvodaya Nagar - Sonam Apt, Barrage Road - Rajaram Apt, Gandhi Chowk - Jagannath Sai building, Jadhav Colony - Boradpada - Shyamsudha Palace, Barrage Road - Yog Vaibhav, Surya Nagar - Krushna Residency, Ambika Nagar, Belauli - New Shivjyot, Near Dilip Park, Badlapur (W) - Guruprasad, Near Vatsalya Hospital - Smruti Apt, DP Road - Eranjad - Rameshwadi - Uma Vihar, Manjarli - Mohan Palm, Shirgaon - Hendrepada - Sidhhivinayak Darshan, Gandhi Chowk - Manav Park - Katrap - Yadav Chawl - Dattawadi - Anant Nagar - Lodha Heaven, Yadav Nagar - Amrapali Apt, Sambhaji Nagar - Jai Shri Mangal Krupa, Sanewadi - Nilkanth Hills Upvan, Belauli - Vedant Nakshatra - Mohan Highlands - Shashwat Park - Manav Garden - Thanekar Hillcrest RELATED NEWSLockdown 5.0: Nationwide lockdown in containment zones extended up to...May 30, 2020Pune: All shops, except medical stores to remain shut in containment ...May 10, 2020Mumbai: Mobile ATM van deployed for residents in containment zonesApr 15, 2020 Best College affiliated to Bengaluru Central UniversitySindhi CollegeAre you looking to buy a property at Dollars Colony?Prestige GroupMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times₹3 lakh Health cover for your family at just ₹16* per dayIFFCO TOKIOMillions Go Online as $1.6 Billion US Lottery Conquers Indians' HeartsLotto Smile 10% off on pure buffalo milk! 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2020-06-12COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 700-mark; fewer cases come up in Ambernath, Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 700-mark; fewer cases come up in Ambernath, BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 700-mark; fewer cases come up in Ambernath, BadlapurWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 12, 2020, 21:06 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 38 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, and with that, the city's tally zoomed past 700. To date, 732 people in Ulhasnagar have tested positive for the virus while 27 people have died due to it. Out of the new cases, six were reported from Gayakwad Pada, while five were from Shanti Nagar. Four people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Kailash Nagar. Three persons each from Prem Nagar Tekdi and Sambhaji Nagar have contracted the virus, while two cases each came up in Yogesh Nagar and Shahad Gavthan. One person each residing in Anand Nagar, Chopda Court, Maratha Section, Kurla Camp, Gol Maidan, Adarsh Nagar, Manish Nagar, Nehru Nagar, Section 30, Sambhaji Chowk, OT Section (Ulhasnagar-3), Vadolgaon and Shiv Colony 1 has tested positive for coronavirus. According to Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 10 patients were fully cured and discharged on Friday, taking the total number of recoveries to 344 in the region. Untitled Carousel COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurThe number of coronavirus cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur has been rising for the last few weeks. While Ulhasnagar has a total of 679 positive cases till date, Ambernath's tally has climbed to 541. Badlapur, on the other hand, has reported 380 positive cases until now. On the other hand, 28 new people have come out to be positive in Ambernath on Friday, taking the city's count to 569, along with 18 fatalities. Most of the new cases were reported from Chinchpada, Navare Nagar and Khuntavali, all of which have been designated as containment zones according to the Ambernath Municipal Corporation. Until now, 238 people have been discharged from the designated hospitals and COVID Care Centres (CCC) while the remaining are undergoing treatment in and around the city. Meanwhile, Badlapur reported as low as seven cases on Friday and the city's coronavirus count has gone up to 387. Two persons residing in Shreeji Garden (Valivali) have tested positive while one person each from Juveli, Krishna Kunj, Tulsi Arcade, Surya Nagar and Om Sai Prasad Society have been infected with the virus. So far, nine people have died of the virus while 174 have been discharged, as per a circular from Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali: List of private and government COVID-19 Hospitals and Fever ClinicsKalyan and Dombivali continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 pandemic with a consistent increase in the number of positive cases over the past few days. A few private hospitals have also been roped in to treat the infected patients. Check the full list here: 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 Best College affiliated to Bengaluru Central UniversitySindhi CollegeTransferable US college credits with Scholarly’s GuaranteeScholarlyReady to move Apts in Yelahanka, at Prestige Royale Gardens.Prestige GroupNew Batches for SAT Live Classes start in June.Register now!Endeavor10% off on pure buffalo milk! Prepaid orders only.Country DelightExcellent features, unbelievable prices.Dell India This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesLift your fashion quotient at home with AJIO Get Rs.2000 offTIMESPOINTSCOVID-19 outbreak has taken his job. Help save his child.KETTOMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeGlutathione skin whitening soap - ultimate face whitening!LA Organo₹3 lakh Health cover for your family at just ₹16* per dayIFFCO TOKIO
2020-06-12COVID-19 June 12 Highlights: Maharashtra crosses 1 lakh positive cases; CM Uddhav Thackeray clarifies lo - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 June 12 Highlights: Maharashtra crosses 1 lakh positive cases; CM Uddhav Thackeray clarifies lockdown not reimposed in the stateYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 June 12 Highlights: Maharashtra crosses 1 lakh positive cases; CM Uddhav Thackeray clarifies lockdown not reimposed in the stateByRia SharmaRia Sharma / Updated: Jun 12, 2020, 21:39 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo: AFPThe number of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra on Friday crossed the one lakh-mark, a grim milestone, with the tally reaching 1,01,141 as 3,493 new patients came to light. The death toll rose to 3,717 with 127 new deaths being recorded. Here are some of the other highlights of June 12 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and other parts of the country. Dharavi reports 29 new cases Dharavi reported 29 cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of coronavirus cases in Asia's largest slum crossed 2,000. So far, Dharavi has recorded 2,013 positive cases, according to the latest data by BMC. Also, with two more fatalities, 77 people have succumbed to the virus in the area to date. The area has 941 active cases now as 995 patients recovered and have been discharged. KDMC reports highest single-day spike Kalyan and Dombivali reported the highest single-day spike in the number of positive coronavirus cases on Friday. 185 people tested positive for the viral infection in the last 24 hours. Today’s figures surpassed Thursday spike of 87 new cases. According to the information shared by the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC), no new deaths have been taken place in the area the death toll stands at 55. Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur’s COVID report Ulhasnagar reported 38 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, and with that, the city's tally zoomed past 700. On the other hand, 28 new people have come out to be positive in Ambernath on Friday, taking the city's count to 569, along with 18 fatalities. Meanwhile, Badlapur reported as low as seven cases on Friday and the city's coronavirus count has gone up to 387. Schools to reopen in Maharashtra from July onwards Maharashtra, the epicenter of coronavirus infections in India has planned to re-open schools from July onwards, but only in the areas where not a single COVID-19 positive case has been reported for a month. As per the information shared by the state government on Friday, for students of Class 9, 10, and 12, the schools will reopen from July 2020. For students of Class 6 to 8, the schools will reopen in August, 2020 whereas for Class 1 to 5 schools will reopen in the month of September. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali: List of private and government COVID-19 Hospitals and Fever ClinicsKalyan and Dombivali continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 pandemic with a consistent increase in the number of positive cases over the past few days. A few private hospitals have also been roped in to treat the infected patients. Check the full list here: COVID-19 positive figures in Mumbai police cross 2000-mark The Mumbai police continue to be hit hard by COVID-19 with the figure of positive personnel crossing the 2,000 mark and reaching 2028 by Friday. 22 personnel, including one officer, have succumbed to the infection so far. The positive cases in the state police have crossed the 3,500 mark. The 2028 personnel in Mumbai police who have tested positive for COVID-19 include 290 officers of various ranks and 1738 constables, police naiks and head constables. The figures also include the traffic police. Gym owners, trainers protest in Mulund Gym owners, trainers, and customers staged a silent protest in Mulund on Friday, urging the Maharashtra government to allow fitness centres to reopen. They said that they are ready to follow the guidelines issued by the government. Gym owners, trainers stage silent protest; urge Maharashtra govt to allow fitness centres to reopen02:22 Lockdown NOT reimposed in Maharashtra: CMO Amid rumours doing the rounds on social media, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray clarified that the lockdown has NOT been reimposed in the state. Quashing rumours of a possible reintroduction of a total shutdown in the case due to a gradual surge in coronavirus cases, the CM reiterated that people refrain from crowding and urged them to follow the instructions issued by the government with regards to the lockdown. Aaditya Thackeray won't celebrate his birthday amid COVID crisis Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray on Friday said that he will not be celebrating his birthday and urged his well-wishers to help those in crisis. Taking to the micro-blogging site, Thackeray said, "My birthday is on June 13. However, due to coronavirus, I have decided not to celebrate it." PM Modi to hold a fresh round of consultations with the CMs next week Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to hold a fresh round of consultation with chief ministers next week as the country gradually emerges out of coronavirus lockdown. The meet comes against the backdrop of the rising number of coronavirus cases in the country. Sources in the government said the prime minister could hold the video conferencing with the chief ministers on June 16 and 17. Untitled Carousel COVID-19: List of private COVID-19 hospitals and testing laboratories in Navi MumbaiThe coronavirus infection has been rapidly spreading in Navi Mumbai since the past few days. The total number of patients in the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) limits has now climbed to 3,414, along with 107 deaths. RELATED NEWSKalyan Dombivali: Full list of COVID-19 containment zonesJun 11, 2020Katai ROB, connecting Kalyan-Dombivali to Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, to ...Jun 10, 2020More isolation beds, focus back on slums in Kalyan-DombivaliMay 26, 2020 Best College affiliated to Bengaluru Central UniversitySindhi CollegeMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeReady to move Apts in Yelahanka, at Prestige Royale Gardens.Prestige GroupThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times10% off on pure buffalo milk! 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2020-06-11Coronavirus in Mumbai: 3,245 new cases and 149 deaths were reported - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in MumbaiDr Pradip AwateRecent StoriesIndia fourth worst-affected country by COVID-19; takes over UK'Economy is very much in safe hands': FM Nirmala Sitharman's jibe at historian Ramchandra GuhaRamchandra Guha calls Gujarat 'culturally backward', draws flak from all quarters including Vijay Rupani, Ahmed Patel 'All our MLAs and those supporting us are committed', says Sachin Pilot as alleged attempts made to destabilise Raj Govt India asks UK not to consider asylum to Vijay Mallya; hopes for early extradition 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
2020-06-11COVID-19 June 11 Highlights: Maharashtra reports highest single-day spike of 3607 cases; India not in co - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 June 11 Highlights: Maharashtra reports highest single-day spike of 3607 cases; India not in community transmission stage, says ICMRYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 June 11 Highlights: Maharashtra reports highest single-day spike of 3607 cases; India not in community transmission stage, says ICMRByRia SharmaRia Sharma / Updated: Jun 11, 2020, 21:13 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo: ReutersAs many as 3,607 new COVID-19 patients were reported in Maharashtra on Thursday, taking the tally of cases to 97,648. The number of deaths due to the pandemic rose to 3,590 with 152 fatalities recorded in the last 24 hours. Delhi also reported the highest single-day spike with 1877 positive cases and 65 deaths. Here are some other important highlights of June 11 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and other parts of the country: Dharavi reports 20 new cases, 2 deaths Dharavi reported 20 new cases of coronavirus. With that, the total number of positive cases in the area climbed to 1,984. Also, the death toll increased to 75 as two more deaths due to COVID-19 were added to the fatality count on Thursday. While 995 of the total COVID-19 patients in Dharavi have already been discharged, the number of active cases in the area now stands at 914. No respite for Kalyan and Dombivali The twin cities of Kalyan and Dombivali continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 pandemic with a consistent increase in the number of positive cases. On Thursday, Kalyan and Dombivali region recorded its highest single-day spike with 87 new cases. Unfortunately, five patients succumbed to the viral infection in the last 24 hours, according to the information shared by the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC). Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali: Full list of COVID-19 containment zonesIn order to curb the spread of the virus, the KDMC has chalked out a list of containment zones. As of June 9, there are over 150 containment zones in Kalyan, Dombivali, Titwala, Thakurli, Ambivali and Shahad areas. Ambernath records highest single-day spike Ulhasnagar on Thursday heaved a sigh of relief after it recorded a considerable drop in daily case counts of coronavirus. As many as 15 people tested positive for the virus in a day. Ambernath witnessed its biggest single-day spike in daily numbers so far as it reported 82 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. Meanwhile, 26 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 380, along with nine fatalities. Mira Bhayandar witnesses highest COVID-19 cases in a day Mira Bhayandar reported 145 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths. Active positive cases crossed the 500 mark for the first time in the MBMC region. Untitled Carousel Mira Bhayandar: Here is the full list of containment zonesMira Bhayandar continued to witness a large number of COVID-19 patients with another 80 cases adding up to the list of positive patients on Wednesday. ‘Strict action against those responsible for Jalgaon incident’ Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Thursday assured of strict action against those who are responsible for the shocking incident in Jalgaon in which the body of a senior citizen was found inside the toilet of a COVID-19 hospital, a day earlier. We've taken a serious note of the Jalgaon incident where a body was found in the toilet. Few have already been book… https://t.co/VG4VWo3ZtA— ANIL DESHMUKH (@AnilDeshmukhNCP) 1591872863000 ‘India is not in community transmission stage’ There is no community transmission of COVID-19 in the country according to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on Thursday. Professor (Dr) Balram Bhargava, DG, ICMR, however said that the country needs to continue with the strategy of testing, tracing, tracking, and quarantine and continue containment measures as they have been successful so far. No community transmission of Covid-19 in India, says ICMR01:12 PM: COVID-19 crisis should be turned into an opportunity for self-reliant India Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that India should convert the COVID-19 crisis into a turning point towards becoming a self-reliant nation. "Every citizen of this country has resolved to turn the current coronavirus crisis into an opportunity. We have to make this a major turning point for this nation. What is that turning point? A self-reliant India," the PM said. Read the full story here Beware of fake news The lockdown 5.0 has been extended in the containment zones with several relaxations to reopen the economy. However, over the last few days, a message about a complete lockdown is going viral. But the Press and Information Bureau (PIB) Fact Check said that the news is incorrect and people should stay away from such messages. MCD puts Delhi's Covid-19 death toll at 2,098 At least 2,098 people died in the national capital due to coronavirus, more than twice the official figures reported by the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government, an official of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) said on Thursday. Jai Prakash, Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), said, "From March till June 10, including all the three MCDs of Delhi, there have been 2,098 cremations of Covid-19 patients." He added that these are numbers different from the suspected Covid-19 cases. Devotees will not be allowed into Sabarimala temple in June The Left Front government in Kerala on Thursday decided to keep devotees away from the Sabarimala temple when it opens for the five-day monthly puja beginning on June 15, giving in to the request made by the chief priest or Tantri of the temple in view of a spike in COVID-19 cases. India's tour of Sri Lanka called off due to COVID-19 pandemic India's limited-overs tour of Sri Lanka in June-July was on Thursday called off for now due to the COVID-19 pandemic with both the Boards saying that the situation is not feasible for the games to go ahead. India were scheduled to play three ODIs and as many T20s starting June end and continuing till July in Sri Lanka. The dates for the matches had not yet been finalised. COVID-19: Five posts that will make your day In the past couple of months, social media has become an important tool in spreading important information, as well as sharing a couple of laughs. From using it as a platform for sharing art, to just simply virtually connecting with each other, the internet has become a haven of sorts. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read the full story here Untitled Carousel Navi Mumbai: Full List of COVID-19 containment zones Belapur, Nerul, Airoli, Turbhe, Ghansoli, Koparkhairne and DighaThe number of coronavirus cases in Navi Mumbai has been on a steady rise since the past few days. On Wednesday, the region reported 156 new cases of coronavirus, according to the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC). 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2020-06-11Ulhasnagar civic body to use AI-based tool for Covid-19 detection - Times of India
Ulhasnagar civic body to use AI-based tool for Covid-19 detectionUlhasnagar civic body to use AI-based tool for Covid-19 detectionPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 11, 2020, 11:29 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: With Covid-19 patients numbers rising in the city, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) have decided to use artificial intelligence (AI)- based tool to identify Covid-19 patients more quickly. The AI based tool detects Covid-19 from chest X-rays. The online tool is developed by Nashik based company and is a complete contactless testing procedure to detect Covid-19 through the chest X-ray of patients. The UMC has claimed they have tied up with Nashik based ESDS software company. The company have claimed that it's 'AA+ Covid-19 Testing Solutions' will detect weather the patient is suffering from Covid-19 or not in five minutes. The press note issued by UMC said that presently the civic body collecting swab samples from suspects and sending it to laboratories in Mumbai where tests are done. The procedures takes time during which the patients are kept in isolation wards. However with this new technology the patient results will come in few minutes and treatment of such patients can be started soon. The UMC has claimed that test of each patient would cost nearly Rs 600 and it will be bourne by the UMC. The UMC commissioner Sameer Unhale on Wednesday also launched digital dashboard displaying beds available for Covid-19 patients. 52 new Covid-19 positive cases were reported from Ulhasnagar on Wednesday taking the total number of Covid-19 patients to 679 in the city including 24 death so far. In Mumbai also similar technology is being used to detect Covid-19 patients where BMC using a mobile coronavirus testing bus for mass screening. The bus is equipped with x-ray examination facility. 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2020-06-11COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath records biggest single-day spike; Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report fewer cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath records biggest single-day spike; Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report fewer casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath records biggest single-day spike; Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report fewer casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 11, 2020, 20:28 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Nikhil Ghorpade/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Thursday heaved a sigh of relief after it recorded a considerable drop in daily case counts of coronavirus. As many as 15 people tested positive for the virus in a day. Also, nine people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 334. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 25 people have died of the virus in the city so far. Two persons each residing near Charandas Darbar, in Azad Nagar and in Panchsheela Nagar tested positive for the virus on Thursday. One person each from Khandeo Pada, Nehru Chowk, Punjabi Colony, Section 35, Gulraj Tower, Kailash Colony, Century Colony, Ambedkar Chowk and from near Gehimal Bungalow have contracted the contagious virus. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed its biggest single-day spike in daily numbers so far as it reported 82 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the region also crossed the 500-mark and the total number of positive patients now stands at 541. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Corporation (AMC), 18 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 185 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home. Meanwhile, 26 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 380, along with nine fatalities. Four cases each were reported in Vedant Nakshatra, Shashwat Park and Boradpada, while two persons each from Thanekar Hillcrest and Amrapali Apartment tested positive. Jai Bhavani Nagar (Dattawadi), Gaondevi, Yadav Chawl, Sairam Arcade, Manav Park, Srinivas Dubey Baug, Laxmi Arcade, Shreeji Nirvana and Pranjee Garden Society reported one new case each. So far, 174 people have been cured and discharged in Badlapur, while the remaining are being treated 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 Our promise of safety starts with the test driveThe Volvo XC90Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295Priority3/4 BHK apts in Dollars Colony at Prestige FairfieldPrestige GroupOwn now. EMI starting Rs 3667. Get Samsung Care+ at Rs 1149.Awesome Galaxy A71.Millionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeExcellent features, unbelievable prices.Dell India Stay alert on Social Media, get Insured against threats!Bajaj AllianzStay home! Ensure safety & savings with Flipkart SupermartTIMESPOINTSClaim settlement in 4* hours, over 4300 Cashless GaragesIFFCO TOKIOThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesDomino's ex-employee writes the most epic resignation letterDEPOTBLOGHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times
2020-06-10Courtesy Dharavi, Mumbai has lesser COVID-19 positive cases, deaths even as Maharashtra capital surpasses Wuhan - The New Indian Express
Courtesy Dharavi, Mumbai has lesser COVID-19 positive cases, deaths even as Maharashtra capital surpasses Wuhan Asia’s largest slum Dharavi has played a major role — for the last eight days, there is a significant decline in COVID cases and no death at this sprawling slum in Mumbai. Share Via Email Published: 11th June 2020 03:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th June 2020 09:34 AM   |  A+A A- 50 Bed COVID-19 Quarantine Center after being inaugurated by Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh unseen at Navi Mumbai Police Headquarters at Kalamboli during the nationwide lockdown in Navi Mumbai Wednesday June 10 2020. (Photo | PTI) By Sudhir SuryawanshiExpress News Service MUMBAI: Mumbai might have surged past Wuhan in COVID cases, but there is a silver lining — the curve of viral infection is showing signs of flattening. More patients are getting cured and discharged in Maximum City. Asia’s largest slum Dharavi has played a major role — for the last eight days, there is a significant decline in COVID cases and no death at this sprawling slum in Mumbai. “The good news from Municipal Commissioner of BMC today: As of yesterday, Mumbai’s doubling rate was at 24.5 days (the national average is 16), the death rate has lowered to 3% (almost at par with the national average), and discharge rate is 44% and Dharavi doubling rate is 42 days,” tweeted Aaditya Thackeray, Mumbai Suburban guardian minister. According to the Mumbai civic body’s report, on last Tuesday, 1,015 COVID positive cases and 50 deaths were reported while 904 patients got were discharged. “While on June 8, 1,314 positive patients, 64 deaths and 842 cured and discharge reported, total 1,421 positive patients, 61 deaths and 1,218 discharged cases were registered on June 7,” the BMC report said. On June 6, 1,274 positive patients, 57 deaths and 1,181 cured and discharged cases were reported. Meanwhile, 3,254 new patients were reported in Maharashtra on Wednesday, taking the count of cases in the state to 94,041, a health official said. ALSO READ | Mumbai's dabbawalas face financial crisis amid lockdown, seek monetary help The state also recorded 149 COVID-related deaths which took the death toll to 3,438, he said. On the other hand, 1,879 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the total number of recovered patients to 44,517, the official said. There are 46,074 active cases in the state at present. Mumbai city's count of cases stands at 52,667 with 1,857 deaths. "Out of 149 deaths, 97 were reported from Mumbai, 15 from Thane, 10 from Pune, seven from Aurangabad, five each from Jalgaon and Navi Mumbai, three from Ulhasnagar, two each from Vasai-Virar and Akola, one each from Beed, Amaravati and Gadchiroli," the official said. Sixty-six of this death took place in the last two days while the remaining 83 had taken place between April 18 to June 6, the official said. ALSO READ | 50-bed COVID-19 facility for cops set up in Navi Mumbai 5,93,784 coronavirus tests have been conducted in the state so far of which 94,041 or 15.83 per cent came out positive. "Thane division (which includes Mumbai) has reported 70,700 COVID-19 cases so far with 2,338 deaths, followed by 12,570 cases and 578 deaths in Pune division," he said. "North Maharashtra represented by Nashik division has reported 3,590 cases and 253 deaths while Kolhapur division representing southern Maharashtra and the coastal region has reported 1,373 cases and 26 deaths," the official said. In central Maharashtra, Aurangabad division has reported 2,692 COVID-19 cases and 125 deaths, while Latur division has reported 524 cases and 17 deaths, he said. In Vidarbha, Akola division has reported 1,467 COVID-19 cases and 67 deaths while Nagpur division has reported 1,045 cases and 14 deaths. As many as 80 people from other states received treatment in Maharashtra while 20 have died so far, he added. There are 5,69,145 people in home quarantine while 27,228 people in institutional quarantine, the official said. There are 3,897 active containment zones. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 94,041, new cases 3,254, deaths 3,438, discharged 44,517, active cases 46,074, people tested so far 5,93,784. 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2020-06-10Maha sees sharpest one-day spike in cases and deaths - Hindustan Times
2020-06-10Deadliest day: highest cases, deaths in State - The Hindu
Deadliest day: highest cases, deaths in State 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 | India-China border standoff explained News Cities Mumbai Mumbai Deadliest day: highest cases, deaths in State Shoumojit Banerjee Pune, June 11, 2020 00:50 IST Updated: June 11, 2020 00:50 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Shoumojit Banerjee Pune, June 11, 2020 00:50 IST Updated: June 11, 2020 00:50 IST Over 3,200 new cases reported, nearly 150 new deaths Maharashtra recorded its highest single-day surge in COVID-19 fatalities and cases on Wednesday, adding a staggering 3,254 new cases. With 149 new fatalities, the death toll has climbed to 3,438.Of the total 94,041 cases, 46,074 are active. As many as 1,879 patients were discharged on Wednesday, taking the total number of recoveries till date to 44,517. State Surveillance Officer Dr. Pradeep Awate said the recovery rate has gone up to 47.34%. At the same time, case fatality too has climbed to 3.65%.With 1,567 new cases, Mumbai’s case tally has now reached 52,667, of which 27,109 are active. The city reported 97 more deaths to take its toll to 1,857. Besides, 15 deaths were reported from Thane to take its total toll to 169. Deaths were also reported from Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. As per State Health Department officials, seven deaths each were reported from Pune and Aurangabad districts, five from Jalgaon, and six from Solapur. Deaths were also reported from Akola, Beed and Amravati.“Of the total deaths reported today, 66 had occurred in the last couple of days while the remaining fatalities are from the period between April 18 and June 6. As many as 70% victims had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma and heart disease,” said Dr. Awate.Besides Mumbai, the surge in fresh cases in Thane in the MMR continued unabated, with a whopping 263 new COVID-19 cases taking the district’s total tally to 6,763.“Till date, of 5,93,784 laboratory samples, 94,041 (15.83%) have been tested positive with almost 16,000 samples across the State tested today,” Dr. Awate said. He further informed that presently, 5,69,145 persons across the State were in home quarantine and 27,228 were in institutional quarantine facilities. There are currently 3,897 active containment zones in the State, said Dr. Awate. 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. 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2020-06-10Maha: 149 die, 3,254 +ve - Daily Pioneer
Maha: 149 die, 3,254 +ve Thursday, 11 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai Share TT TT 0 Maha: 149 die, 3,254 +ve Thursday, 11 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai The coronavirus crisis deepened further in Maharashtra on Wednesday, as a record 149 more died of Covid-19 and 3,254 others tested positive for the pandemic in various parts of the State. On a day when Maharashtra recorded  day's highest-ever death tally of 149, Covid-19 claimed 97 deaths in Mumbai — which has been  the highest-ever death tally in the metropolis.  Wednesday’s death tally is ten deaths more than the previous high of 139 notched on June 5. While Mumbai bore the maximum brunt of Coronavirus, while there were 15 deaths in Thane, 10 deaths in Pune, seven deaths in Aurangabad, five deaths each in Navi Mumbai and Jalgaon, three deaths in Ulhasnagar, two deaths each Vasai-Virar and Akola, one death each in Eed, Amravai and Gadchroli. With fresh deaths and infections, the total number of deaths in Maharashtra mounted to 3,438, while the total infected cases jumped to 94,041. Having taken into account 3,254 deaths reported so far and 44,517 patients discharged from various hospitals ever since the outbreak of pandemic in the state, the state health authorities pegged the number of “active cases” in the state at 46,074. There have been a total of 1658 deaths in Maharashtra during the previous 15 days. On May 26 (Tuesday) the state had witnessed 97 deaths, while there were 105 deaths on May 27, 85 deaths on May 28, 116 deaths on May 29 and 99 deaths on May 30, 89 deaths on May 31, 76 on June 1, 103 on June 2, 122 on June 3, 123 on June 4, 139 on June 5, 120 on June 6, 91 on June 7, 109 on June 8, 120 on June 9 and 149 on June 10. Out of the 149 dead, 94 were men while 55 were women. Eight seven of them were aged over 60 years, 49 were from the age group 40 to 59 years and 13 were aged less than 40 years. “One hundred four out of 149 patients (70%) had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease,” a state health bulletin said. In Mumbai, with 97 fresh deaths and 1,567 infections, the total number deaths has mounted to 1,857, while the total infected cases has increased to 52,667. The authorities pegged the number of “active cases” at 27109. Out of 5,93,784 samples sent to various laboratories, 94,041 samples have tested positive (15.83%) for Covid-19 until  Wedneswday. There are 3,897 active containment zones in the state currently. Total 18,384 surveillance squads worked across the state on Wednesday and surveillance of 67.65 lakh people has been done so far. A couple of key observations made in Wednesday’s report were: The recovery rate in the state is 47.34 per cent and the case fatality rate in the state: 3.65 per cent. Currently, 5,69,145 people are in home quarantine. There are 75,727 beds available in quarantine institutions and as many as 27,228 people are in institutional quarantine. 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2020-06-10Maha: Dacoity bid foiled in Ulhasnagar; five held - Outlook India
Maha: Dacoity bid foiled in Ulhasnagar; five held Outlook June 10, 2020 13:24 IST Maha: Dacoity bid foiled in Ulhasnagar; five held outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jun 10 (PTI) Five persons were arrested for allegedly preparing to commit dacoity at a cloth factory in Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra''s Thane district, police said on Wednesday. Acting on a tip-off, personnel from Ulhasnagar police station laid a trap at the factory inside Laxminarayan compound in Camp No. 3 late on Tuesday night, public relations officer of the Thane police Sukhada Narkar said. The police nabbed Rohit Jha (19), Vijay Rai (22), Akash Kathe (18), Umesh Jadhav (20) and Abhinanandan Tiwari (19), the official said. At least two swords, an iron rod, a bag of chilli powder and a hammer were seized from the accused, who were planning to break into the factory, she said. The accused were charged under section 399 (preparation for committing dacoity) of the IPC, relevant provisions of the Arms Act and section 144 of the CrPC, the official said, adding that further probe was underway. PTI COR ARU ARU Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Covid-19 Recoveries Exceed Active Cases In India For First Time Assam Cop Performs Last Rites Of Covid-19 Victim After Villagers Refuse Cremation Roger Federer Will Not Play Until 2021 Due To Setback In Recovery From Knee Injury More from Outlook Magazine It’s A Pity That Dhyan Chand, Balbir Singh Didn’t Get What They Deserved: Ajit Pal Singh A Story Of Denial And Injustice: Was Playing Hockey A Sin For Dhyan Chand And Balbir Singh? Lexical Virtuoso Next Story : On this day: India clinch first win at Lord''s in 11 attempts Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-10COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 52 new cases; Ambernath, Badlapur follow - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 52 new cases; Ambernath, Badlapur followYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 52 new cases; Ambernath, Badlapur followWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jun 10, 2020, 21:37 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Tejas Kudtarkar/BCCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday reported 52 fresh cases of coronavirus, taking the total number of positive cases in the city to 679. At present, 24 people have succumbed to the virus while 330 are undergoing treatment in and around the city, according to the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). Out of the 52 cases, 17 have been reported from Anand Nagar itself, while nine persons tested positive in Ramabai Ambedkar Nagar. Seven new cases came up in Gautamwadi and two persons each from Rahul Nagar, Samrat Ashok Nagar, Ulhasnagar-5, Gol Maidan, and Amrapali Nagar tested positive. One person each from Brahmanpada, Chopra Court, Ulhasnagar-1, Gayakwad Pada, Sai Krupa Nagar, Mamata Nagar, Ashirwad hospital, and Subhash Tekdi has also contracted the virus, as per the latest data from UMC. On the other hand, 12 fresh cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Badlapur on Wednesday, and with that, the tally climbed to 354. Two people each residing in Neelsiddhi Apartment and Uma Vihar Apartment tested positive for the contagious virus, while one new case each came up in Om Sai Bungalow, Valivali, Hari Chhaya Apartment, Jai Ambe Apartment, Soham Apartment, Ratan Galaxy and Vadavali Naka. At present, Badlapur has 171 active cases along with nine fatalities. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 22 new COVID-19 positive cases on Wednesday. The tally has now surged to 459 along with 12 deaths. According to the Ambernath Municipal Corporation, 185 people have been fully cured and discharged while the remaining are either in home quarantine or are undergoing treatment in designated hospitals. 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 Re-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295Priority3/4 BHK apts in Dollars Colony at Prestige FairfieldPrestige GroupExcellent features, unbelievable prices.Dell IndiaMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesAmerican Lottery Known for ₹10,000 Crores Jackpot Comes to IndiaLotto Smile How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesSecure your Car with TATA AIG InstantlyTATA AIGApartments with best amenities, embassy tech village.MAARQ SPACES PRIVATE LIMITEDMy child will be forever gone if she doesn’t get urgent helpKETTO₹3 lakh Health cover for your family at just ₹16* per dayIFFCO TOKIOEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj Allianz
2020-06-103,254 new coronavirus cases, 149 deaths in Maharashtra - Outlook India
3,254 new coronavirus cases, 149 deaths in Maharashtra Outlook June 10, 2020 22:20 IST 3,254 new coronavirus cases, 149 deaths in Maharashtra outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Mumbai, Jun 10 (PTI) 3,254 new coronavirus patients were reported in Maharashtra on Wednesday, taking the count of cases in the state to 94,041, a health official said. The state also recorded 149 COVID-related deaths which took the death toll to 3,438, he said. On the other hand, 1,879 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the total number of recovered patients to 44,517, the official said. There are 46,074 active cases in the state at present. While the tally of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra is inching towards the one lakh-mark, the worst hit Mumbai city''s count of cases stands at 52,667 with 1,857 deaths. "Out of 149 deaths, 97 were reported from Mumbai, 15 from Thane, 10 from Pune, seven from Aurangabad, five each from Jalgaon and Navi Mumbai, three from Ulhasnagar, two each from Vasai-Virar and Akola, one each from Beed, Amaravati and Gadchiroli," the official said. Sixty-six of these death took place in the last two days while remaining 83 had taken place between April 18 to June 6, the official said. 5,93,784 coronavirus tests have been conducted in the state so far of which 94,041 or 15. 83 per cent came out positive. "Thane division (which includes Mumbai) has reported 70,700 COVID-19 cases so far with 2,338 deaths, followed by 12,570 cases and 578 deaths in Pune division," he said. "North Maharashtra represented by Nashik division has reported 3,590 cases and 253 deaths while Kolhapur division representing southern Maharashtra and the coastal region has reported 1,373 cases and 26 deaths," the official said. In central Maharashtra, Aurangabad division has reported 2,692 COVID-19 cases and 125 deaths, while Latur division has reported 524 cases and 17 deaths, he said. In Vidarbha, Akola division has reported 1,467 COVID-19 cases and 67 deaths while Nagpur division has reported 1,045 cases and 14 deaths. As many as 80 people from other states received treatment in Maharashtra while 20 have died so far, he added. There are 5,69,145 people in home quarantine while 27,228 people in institutional quarantine, the official said. There are 3,897 active containment zones. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 94,041, new cases 3,254, deaths 3,438, discharged 44,517, active cases 46,074, people tested so far 5,93,784. 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 Arvind Kejriwal Meets Amit Shah To Discuss COVID-19 Situation In Delhi 'Attempts Being Made To Destabilise Rajasthan Govt': Congress ICC Once Again Defers Decision On T20 World Cup, BCCI Gets New Deadline For Tax Exemption More from Outlook Magazine It’s A Pity That Dhyan Chand, Balbir Singh Didn’t Get What They Deserved: Ajit Pal Singh A Story Of Denial And Injustice: Was Playing Hockey A Sin For Dhyan Chand And Balbir Singh? Lexical Virtuoso Next Story : Gunman shoots at California police station, wounds deputy Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-10Kejriwal meets Amit Shah, discusses COVID-19 situation in Delhi - Business Insider India
Kejriwal meets Amit Shah, discusses COVID-19 situation in DelhiKejriwal meets Amit Shah, discusses COVID-19 situation in DelhiPTIJun 10, 2020, 22:26 IST(Eds: Adds details) New Delhi, Jun 10 () Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday to discuss the COVID-19 situation in the national capital, which has seen a surge in cases over the past few days. The chief minister said Shah assured him of all cooperation in the fight against the coronavirus. "Met Sh Amit Shah, Hon''ble HM. Discussed the situation on corona in Delhi in detail. He assured of all cooperation," the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said in a tweet. AdvertisementAn official said there was a detailed discussion between the two leaders on the COVID-19 situation in the national capital. Earlier in the day, Kejriwal said that Delhi will need 1.5 lakh beds by July 31 once people from other states start coming to Delhi for COVID-19 treatment. He said the AAP dispensation will implement Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's order overruling his government's decisions on reservation of state-run and private hospitals for Delhiites as "this is not the time for disagreements and politics". AdvertisementThe Shah-Kejriwal meeting comes days after Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia demanded immediate release of funds to give salaries to employees of the Delhi government and for other matters. On Wednesday, Delhi recorded 1,501 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the tally near 33,000, while the death toll due to the disease climbed to 984. This is the second time when over 1,500 case have been reported in a day in Delhi. AdvertisementThe highest spike in fresh cases -- 1,513-- was recorded on June 3. In a bulletin issued on Wednesday, the Delhi health department said, the death toll from coronavirus infection has risen to 984, and the total number of cases mounted to 32,810. BUN TIR TIR {{}} (This story has not been edited by Business Insider and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed we subscribe to.)Next Story3,254 new coronavirus cases, 149 deaths in MaharashtraPopular on BI1Keeping your money in a savings account will fetch you more interest than locking it up in a fixed deposit2Arun Bharat Ram and Arvind Lal — the two businessmen who became billionaires during the lockdown3EXCLUSIVE: Reliance Jio may have to pick between Google and Microsoft for its final tranche of investmentsLatest Stories Opioid prescriptions after childbirth may up overdose risk: Study COVID-19 count crosses 4,000 mark in Telangana; Doctors want decentralisation of treatment Yes Bank applies to stock exchanges for re-classification of promoters 17 fatalities take COVID-19 death toll in Bengal to 432; 343 fresh cases Number of coronavirus cases in Pune district crosses 10,000 Trending Newsyoutubers in IndiaDelhi Hospitals GuidelinesTelangana lockdown guidelinesSurat Containment ZonesKarnataka Lockdown GuidelinesDelhi Containment ZonesGoair EmployeeEcommerce PolicyCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus hotspotMaharashtra lockdown guidelinesContainment Zone in KolkataPune Containment ZoneModi AircraftTamilnadu lockdown Guidelines3,254 new coronavirus cases, 149 deaths in Maharashtra20 more COVID-19 deaths, 275 new cases in UP Lucknow, Jun 10 (PTI)'Chandigarh's COVID-19 tally rises to 328COVID-19IndiaCases: 276,583Deaths: 7,745Recovered: 135,206COVID-19WorldCases: 7.04mnDeaths: 404kRecovered: 3.37mnCOVID-19USACases: 1.93mnDeaths: 110kRecovered: 525kCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageKejriwal meets Amit Shah, discusses COVID-19 situation in Delhi3,254 new coronavirus cases, 149 deaths in Maharashtra20 more COVID-19 deaths, 275 new cases in UP Lucknow, Jun 10 (PTI)'Chandigarh's COVID-19 tally rises to 328AboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite for UsTermsPrivacy PolicySitemapPopular CategoriesTech NewsPolicy NewsPersonal Finance NewsMobile NewsBusiness NewsEcommerce NewsAuto NewsStartups NewsStock Market NewsFinance NewsEntertainment NewsEconomy NewsCareers NewsApps NewsInternational NewsPolitics NewsEducation NewsAdvertising NewsLife NewsHealth NewsScience NewsIndia NewsRetail NewsSports NewsPersonalities NewsCorporates NewsEnvironment NewsWorld NewsTrending Right NowCentral bank of IndiaCheck jio BalanceBSNL Mobile balanceContainment zones in HyderabadUP Coronavirus casesTelangana Coronavirus casesKarnataka Coronavirus CasesGoogle PhotosOBC BankCoronavirus cases in PunjabCoronavirus cases in HaryanaGujarat Coronavirus CasesCheck Balance in SBIHow to check Vodafone BalanceUttarakhand Coronavirus caseslargest economies in the worldCoronavirus cases in DelhiContainment zones in KolkataMumbai Containment ZonesPune Containment ZonesMore from our Partners
2020-06-10COVID-19 Latest Updates: Maharashtra reports 3,254 new cases; Doubling rate in Dharavi stands at 42 days, says - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Latest Updates: Maharashtra reports 3,254 new cases; Doubling rate in Dharavi stands at 42 days, says Aaditya ThackerayJun 10, 2020, 23.26PMCOVID-19 Latest Updates: Maharashtra reports 3,254 new cases; Doubling rate in Dharavi stands at 42 days, says Aaditya ThackerayThe COVID-19 situation in the country's financial capital continues to remain grim as the city crossed 50,000 cases on Tuesday with the addition of 1,015 new patients.A senior official of BMC who had tested positive for COVID-19 also died due to the virus.Meanwhile, the civic body has also issued revised guidelines of the lockdown extension and allowed all markets, market areas, and shops to function for the full working hours from Monday to Saturday.India's COVID-19 tally saw another record jump of 10,000 cases. The Union Health Ministry has deployed central teams in 15 states and UTs with districts or municipal bodies witnessing a major spurt in cases.The country is the fifth worst-hit nation by the COVID-19 pandemic after the US, Brazil, Russia, and the UK.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-06-10 23:26(IST) COVID-19 Highlights June 10Maharashtra reported 3254 new COVID-19 positive cases and 149 deaths in the state in the last 24 hours. With this, the total number of positive coronavirus cases in the state rose to 94,041. The death toll climbed to 3438, according to the data shared by the state health department. Here are a few highlights from Mumbai, Maharashtra and other parts of the country.2020-06-10 23:20(IST) Maharashtra reports 3,254 COVID-19 cases on WednesdayMaharashtra reported 3,254 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and the total count of cases in the state has gone up to 94,041. The state Health Department said 1,879 coronavirus patients were discharged on Wednesday and the total number of those discharged stands at 44,517. With 149 persons succumbing to the virus in the last 24 hours, the total death toll has gone up to 3,438. Out of the 149 deaths, 94 were men and 55 women. Also, 87 of them were aged over 60 years, 49 were from the age group 40 to 59 years and 13 were aged less than 40 years. 104 out of 149 patients (70 per cent) had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease. Currently, 5,69,145 people in the state are in home quarantine. Maharashtra accounts for the largest number of COVID-19 cases in the country.2020-06-10 23:19(IST) Mumbai tally shoots to 52,445The city on Wednesday reported 1,567 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number in India's financial capital climbed to 52,445. Also, the death toll climbed to 1,855 with 97 people succumbing to the virus in a day. Out of 97 deaths (including 20 old deaths), 80 patients had comorbidities. 62 patients were men and 35 women. Four deaths were below 40 years of age, 56 deaths were above 60 years of age, and 37 were between 40 to 60 years. At present, there are 26,897 active patients in the Maximum City while 751 patients were cured and discharged from the hospitals on Wednesday.2020-06-10 21:42(IST) Ulhasnagar reports 52 new cases; Ambernath, Badlapur followUlhasnagar reported 52 fresh cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, while 22 people tested positive in Ambernath. 12 new COVID-19 cases came up in Badlapur. Read detailed report here2020-06-10 21:27(IST) Low cost carrier IndiGo has repatriated over 650 Indian citizens stranded in Qatar and UAE in four charter flightsThe airline oprerated three flights to Qatar and one to UAE to bring back Indians stranded in Doha and Dubai on Tuesday. IndiGo flight 6E 9076 transported 210 passengers from Doha to Mumbai, flight 6E 9431 carried 168 passengers from Doha to Mumbai. Similarly flight 6E 9438 transferred 168 passengers from Doha to Kolkata and flight 6E 9245 carried 120 passengers from Dubai to Lucknow. These were specially chartered flights, and were not part of the Civil Aviation Ministry’s Vande Bharat Mission. Ronojoy Dutta, Chief Executive Officer, IndiGo said, “We are pleased to contribute towards the collective repatriation efforts being made to bring stranded Indian citizens back to the country. We extend our gratitude towards the government for allowing IndiGo to operate these international repatriation flights, enabling a safe arrival of Indian citizens. We strive to continue towards contributing to serve the country and evolving our services as per the needs of the hour”. (With inputs from Satish Nandgaonkar)2020-06-10 21:23(IST) West Bengal numbers increase rapidlyThe total number COVID positive cases in West Bengal has reached 9,928 with total deaths reaching 432. The active cases at the moment stand at 5,117. The state is witnessing record spurt after migrant workers have started coming to the state.2020-06-10 20:58(IST) Delhi CM meets Amit Shah to discuss Covid-19 situationMet Sh Amit Shah, Hon’ble HM. Discussed the situation on corona in Delhi in detail. He assured of all cooperation.— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 15918015500002020-06-10 20:07(IST) Maharashtra reports 3,254 new COVID-19 casesMaharashtra Health Department informed that 3254 new COVID-19 positive cases and 149 deaths have been reported in Maharashtra on Wednesday, taking the total number of positive cases in the state to 94,041, including 44,517 discharged people and 3438 deaths. 1879 people have also been discharged today after recovering from the disease.2020-06-10 19:57(IST) Kalyan Dombivali reports highest single-day spike in COVID-19 cases; four persons succumb to the infectionKalyan and Dombivali reported the highest single-day spike of COVID-19 cases on Wednesday after 77 people tested positive for the virus. Today’s numbers surpassed the previous highest single-day figures recorded on June 2 when 72 persons had tested positive for the virus. According to the data shared by the KDMC, four people succumbed to the infection in the last 24 hours and the death toll in the region has reached 50. Those who lost their lives are two women aged 60 and 66 from Kalyan and two men aged 46 and 70 years from Dombivali.2020-06-10 19:41(IST) Total COVID-19 recoveries surpass active cases in India; national average stands at 48.88 per centEven as India recorded close to 10,000 new Covid-19 cases in a single day for the eighth consecutive day, the total number of patients recovered surpassed the number of active cases for the first time on Wednesday. The national recovery rate now stands at 48.88 percent with 1,35,205 patients having recovered from the deadly virus as opposed to the total number of active cases that now stands at 1,33,632. With 2.76 lakh identified cases, India currently ranks fifth in the world in terms of total Covid-19 cases after the United States, Brazil, Russia, and the United Kingdom. Health ministry officials on Wednesday said that 5,991 patients were cured of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours whereas 9,985 new cases were registered. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, a total of 7,745 patients have died across the country and over the last 24 hours, till Wednesday morning, 279 patients died. Read the full story here2020-06-10 19:20(IST) Supriya Sule urges Maharashtra govt to allow salons to resume operationsNCP leader and Lok Sabha MP Supriya Sule on Wednesday requested the Maharashtra government to let the salon business resume in the state, saying that the people dependent on the same are facing financial difficulties due to COVID-19 lockdown. "The salon business is completely closed due to the lockdown caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus. The nuclear community, which is dependent on this business, is facing huge difficulties due to this. Many families doing this business are currently facing financial difficulties," Sule tweeted in Marathi. Read the full story here2020-06-10 19:14(IST) Andhra Pradesh government launches scheme to provide financial aid to washermen, tailors, barbersThe Andhra Pradesh government on Wednesday launched a new welfare scheme to provide Rs 10,000 cash assistance to barbers, washermen, and tailors. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched the direct deposit of the money into the bank accounts of 2.47 lakh beneficiaries. While the scheme is one of the promises made by Jagan Mohan Reddy during his 3,468 km marathon padayatra as leader of the opposition, its timely launch brings great relief to the people in these professions, whose lives were thrown out of gear by the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown warranted by it. Read more2020-06-10 19:13(IST) Karnataka Covid-19 Tracker: Number of recoveries double the fresh cases on WednesdayFor the third straight day on Wednesday, recoveries were more than new Covid-19 positive cases in Karnataka. Interestingly, even the discharges (257) were actually double the number of new cases (120). Of the reported cases on Wednesday, Bengaluru reported the highest spike of 42 Covid-19 cases. Around 22 of the 42 cases in the city are Influenza-like Illness (ILI) cases with no travel history. Overall in Karnataka, of the 120 cases, 68 were travellers from other states and three were international passengers. Karnataka has crossed 6,000 cases on Wednesday. Read more2020-06-10 18:14(IST) Dharavi reports 11 COVID-19 positive cases on WednesdayThe slum-clusters of Dharavi reported 11 new cases today, taking the total number of infected to 1,964. It may be noted that Dharavi, which is the hotspot for novel coronavirus, is now witnessing a continuous decline in the number of daily cases. No new death was reported in Dharavi in the last 24 hours. On Tuesday (June 9), two persons from Dharavi had succumbed due to the virus. Considered the biggest slum settlement in Asia, Dharavi has so far reported the death of 73 Covid-19 patients. Read the full story here2020-06-10 18:07(IST) 65 more COVID-19 cases reported in Kerala today. Total number of active cases in the state is now at 1238, recovered cases at 905: Chief Minister's Office2020-06-10 17:41(IST) 1 new case of COVID-19 reported in ITBP in the last 24 hours. There are total 22 active cases & 194 have recovered till date: Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP)05:06 PM (IST) As many as 5,991 patients were cured of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. Total number of patients recovered to 1,35,205, while total active cases is now 1,33,632. For the first time, the total number of recovered patients has exceeded active cases. Recovery rate now stands at 48.88 percentGovernment of India2020-06-10 17:04(IST) Hyderabad: Junior doctors stage protest at Gandhi Hospital after attack by deceased COVID-19 patient's kinJunior resident doctors of the State-run Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad went on a lightning strike on Tuesday night, after one of their colleagues was assaulted by a relative of a patient who succumbed to the disease. Gandhi is the COVID-19 nodal hospital for Telangana. The doctors boycotted their duties on Wednesday and continued with their strike by squatting opposite to hospital premises and raising slogans for protection from attacks by the kin of the patients. The lightning strike left the administration worried. The police have swung into action and booked cases against two persons. Read the full story here2020-06-10 16:59(IST) Aaditya Thackeray shares some good news with Mumbaikars amid the COVID-19 scareShiv Sena scion and Maharashtra Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray on Wednesday shared some much-needed good news for the people of the city amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. He said that according to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), Mumbai's doubling rate for COVID-19 was pitched at 24.5 days as of Tuesday. The average doubling rate at the national level is around 16 days. Thackeray also informed that the city's death rate has lowered to 3 per cent, almost at par with the national average and the discharge rate has gone up to 44 per cent. Read the full story here2020-06-10 16:15(IST) Goa's COVID-19 reportGoa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Wednesday said that the state has a total of 359 positive cases, 292 active cases and, so far, 67 patients have been cured. 108 cases have come from outside the state, he said.NextRecent 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. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive. Let's work together to keep the conversation civil.XSort By:Up VotedNewestOldestDiscussedDown VotedBe the first one to review.We have sent you a verification email. 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2020-06-09Ulhasnagar civic body sanitize public toilets amid Covid spread in slum areas - Times of India
Ulhasnagar civic body sanitize public toilets amid Covid spread in slum areasUlhasnagar civic body sanitize public toilets amid Covid spread in slum areasPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 9, 2020, 12:17 ISTOfficials sanitizing public toilets in UlhasnagarULHASNAGAR: All public toilets in Ulhasnagar are being disinfected and sanitised by Ulhasnagar municipal corporation (UMC) amid the spread of Covid-19 in slum areas. The city has so far reported total 580 coronavirus positive cases, including 23 deaths, and most of the cases are reported from slum areas. The UMC's sanitisation department on Monday started disinfection and sanitisation work in to 60 public toilets situated in containment zones situated in Ulhasnagar. The sanitation department officials said that they are using Zoono Surface Sanitizer used by BMC in Mumbai slums' public toilets. Vinod Kene, in-charge of sanitisation department of UMC said, "We are using two Zoono surface sanitizer machines for sanitisation work in to public toilets which remains effective for 30 days and prevent the spread of Covid-19." Kene said, "Once all public toilets sanitisation will complete again it will be done after 30 days." Ulhasnagar is known as one of the congested city with large around 10 lakh population residing in 13 kilometres area. According to health department officials, maximum cases have been reported from slums like Brahmanpada, Shanti Nagar, Dhobhi Ghat, Gaikwadpada, Bhim Nagar and Shahad Phatak area. 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2020-06-09COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath record over 40 cases on Tuesday; 16 test positive in Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath record over 40 cases on Tuesday; 16 test positive in BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath record over 40 cases on Tuesday; 16 test positive in BadlapurBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: Jun 9, 2020, 20:45 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational image. Photo by Sachin Haralkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 43 fresh cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, and with that, the city crossed the 600-mark. Until now, 627 people have tested positive in the area while 24 have died. Eight people tested positive in Shahad, which comes under the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) limits, while six cases came up in Shiv Colony. Gayakwad Pada reported five new cases of COVID-19 and four people tested positive near Sadhu Bela school. Hiraghat and Hill Line Police station saw three new cases each and two cases each came up in Shri Krishna Shraddha Tower, Balkrishna Nagar and near old telephone exchange. One person each from Brahmanpada, Subhash Tekdi, Awat Chowk, Nirmala Vaishali Colony, Punjabi Colony, Ramayan Nagar, Panchsheel Nagar, and Maratha section has tested positive for the contagious virus. At present, 289 people are undergoing treatment while 314 have been cured and discharged. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed 45 fresh COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total number of patients in the region to 437 along with nine fatalities. Most of the people who tested positive are residents of Ambernath West, according to the Ambernath Municipal Corporation's daily bulletin. Until now, 139 people have recovered in the area and the remaining are either in home quarantine or are undergoing treatment in and around the city. Meanwhile, Badlapur saw comparatively lesser fresh cases of coronavirus on Tuesday with 16 people testing positive. Out of the 16, five are residents of Yogvaibhav society in Suryanagar and three are from Siddhivinayak Darshan Apartment. One person each from Panvelkar Nagari, Shri Tirupati Complex, Vishwanath Darshan, Hendrepada, Eranjad, Sai Meghdeep Society, Pawar Complex and Sanewadi have also tested positive. So far, nine people have succumbed to the virus in Badlapur and 167 people have been discharged after being pronounced fit. 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 SINDHI COLLEGE: Admissions Open! Secure your seat nowSindhi College1/2/3 BHK Apts in Yelahanka, at Prestige Royale Gardens.Prestige GroupNew Lifestyle Products For Men Of Taste On MensXP Shop!MensXPExcellent features, unbelievable prices.Dell IndiaPremium Location, Premium Lifestyle, Premium ApartmentsPrestige GroupRe-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295Priority Attend live college classes with eminent professorsScholarlyModern & classic furniture built to stand the test of time.Sofas & More.Premium Villa Plots. Secure your Future.The SanctuaryMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj AllianzThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times
2020-06-09Mumbai shops can now operate regular hours but open on alternate days - CNBCTV18
Mumbai shops can now operate regular hours but open on alternate days Updated : June 09, 2020 04:16 PM IST Shops and markets on one side of the road will open on one day, while the other side will open the next day. Markets and shops operating outside malls and market complexes will be allowed to function on regular timings from Monday to Saturday. Pradeep Suresh share The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation today made amendments to the circular of revised guidelines of the lockdown extension. As per the new amendments, markets and shops operating outside malls and market complexes will be allowed to function on regular timings from Monday to Saturday.However, shops and markets on one side of the road will open on one day, while the other side will open the next day.Last week, the Maharashtra government eased the travel restrictions of Mumbaikars within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).Uddhav Thackeray government in the latest amendments has given green signal for unrestricted movement within the boundaries of municipal corporations coming under the MMR ie; Greater Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi- Nizamapur, Vasai-Virar and Mira-Bhayandar.Maharashtra government’s 'Mission Begin Again' announced on May 31 had given detailed guidelines to ease restrictions in Mumbai, as part of lockdown 5.0. this included steps to allow outdoor activities from June 3 onwardsOther changes in the order included restricted functioning of educational institutes for non-teaching purposes, allowing the opening of private offices from Monday with a workforce not accounting to more than ten percent or ten people and allowing newspaper delivery under strict conditions among others. Tags lockdown Maharashtra mumbai You May Also Like Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Mumbai COVID-19 tally at 51,000 cases more than Wuhan; Delhi cases cross 31,000 Restarting India | A ground report on how Unlock 1.0 is panning out across the country Malls reopen to 'pent-up' demand in some places; customer in Durgapur spends Rs 1.42 lakh Trending on CNBC-TV18 Smart Living Four gadgets you should invest in for good health Market India's economic growth likely to pick up soon, says Morgan... Economy We should remove exemptions and deductions in a phased manner,... Live TV recommended for you Healthcare In Pics | BKC's makeshift COVID-19 hospital set to double... Market Stock Market Live: Sensex opens 200 points higher, Nifty above... Market Opening Bell: Sensex gains over 100 points, Nifty near 10,100... AboutContactAdvertise with UsTerms of UsePrivacy PolicyDisclaimerAppsData is a real-time snapshot©TV18 Broadcast Limited. All rights reserved. THANK YOU!network 18 SITES:MoneycontrolIn.comTopperLearningOverdriveNews18CricketnextForbes IndiaFirstpost
2020-06-09Dharavi shows signs of flattening Covid curve - The Asian Age
Dharavi shows signs of flattening Covid curve THE ASIAN AGE. | VRUSHALI PURANADARE Published : Jun 9, 2020, 11:28 am IST Updated : Jun 9, 2020, 11:28 am IST Aggressive testing and the setting up of fever clinics helped in tackling the Covid-19 challenge in the area most densely populated in India  Volunteers carry out thermal tests of residents in Dharavi, Mumbai. PTI photo In apparent signs of flattening of the coronavirus curve, Asia’s largest slum Dharavi has not reported a single death due to coronavirus in the last six days. Officials from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) noted that the area may be showing signs of flattening the curve. The slum has, in total, reported 71 deaths so far, however, according to some reports, has a mortality rate of 2.67 per cent — markedly lower than Mumbai’s at 3.27 per cent. Nearly 1,900 coronavirus cases have been reported from Dharavi so far of which 939 have recovered, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials said. BMC assistant municipal commissioner of G North Ward Kiran Dighavkar said, “Dharavi has not reported a single death in the last six days, which is the first major indicator that we are on the right track. We also have a very good recovery rate and the number of people getting discharged is also increasing.” “A total of 34 people had tested positive for coronavirus on June 1 which has now come down to 10,” Dighavkar added. The official said that aggressive testing and the setting up of fever clinics helped in tackling the Covid-19 challenge in the area which is among the most densely populated in the country. “With the help of fever clinics, we could identify the people showing symptoms similar to that of coronavirus infection. We isolated them immediately which helped in either containing further transmission of the virus or spreading any kind of infection from those who are feeling unwell,” he said. Meanwhile, Maharashtra's Covid-19 tally rose to 88,528 on Sunday after 2,553 new cases. With 109 more deaths, the state toll is now 3,169. However 1,661 patients were discharged, taking the tally to 40,975. Out of the total deaths, 32 deaths occurred in the last two days and the rest are from the period May 3 to June 5. Out of the 77 deaths in this period, 51 were recorded in Mumbai, eight in Aurangabad, three in Ratnagiri, four in Dhule and one each in Ahmednagar, Bhiwandi, Jalgaon, Jalna, Kalyan-Dombivali, Nashik, Pune, Solapur, Thane, Ulhasnagar and Vasai-Virar. end-of
2020-06-093 accidents on bituminous stretch on WEH, near Milan Subway - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Tuesday, June 9, 2020, 5:50 AM IST Mumbai: Three accidents on WEH's bituminous stretch, near Milan Subway By Priyanka Navalkar While none of the car occupants sustained injuries, the cause is believed to be the slippery roads due to the bituminous roadBL SONIMumbai: The freshly repaired stretch of the Santacruz-Vile Parle section of the Western Express Highway (WEH) has lately turned into an accidentbspit.From Monday midnight to morning, over three car accidents were reported on this stretch, said police. While none of the car occupants sustained injuries, the cause is believed to be the slippery roads due to the bituminous road.According to police, three accidents occurred on Monday, in which three vehicles skid on the newly repaired roads. In one case, the driver of a car on the north-bound arm of the WEH lost control of the vehicle when it slipped and subsequently collided with the divider. Nobody was injured in the accident but the car was damaged.In the second incident, another car raced on this empty stretch in the wee hours of Monday, skid and dashed into another vehicle. Luckily, the occupants were unhurt. Police said, the third accident was recorded on this stretch, near the Milan Subway bus stop around 6.15am, when a car was driving past the WEH in Santacruz (E). The driver, who was ferrying two others, lost control after hitting the slippery road and the vehicle skidded and hit a pole on the service road.An officer from Vile Parle police station said, "The road has been repaired with bitumen, which has rendered it slippery and slimy, leading to a number of accidents. As a result, the spot on the WEH adjacent to Milan Subway has become an accident-prone area. Luckily, there were no fatalities and all those involved in the accident escaped unhurt."Police have recorded the accident details and will apprise traffic police and ask civic authorities to look into the matter. (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 accidentsMilan subwayWestern Expressway HighwayRecent StoriesMasjid in dilapidated building has no relevance to question of public safety, says Bombay HCRichard Dawkins confirms Javed Akhtar is 2020 Award Winner - all you need to knowTMC castigates Amit Shah's remark on violence in Bengal, says it's 'scary that he's Home Minister''He fell harder than he was pushed': Trump wonders if old man whose skull cracked open in Buffalo was a 'set up''Been told it is Kolkata, not Mumbai': Milind Deora deletes video of people pushing to get on a bus 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
2020-06-09Designs ready, but no bidders yet for construction of 3 iconic bridges - Free Press Journal
Designs ready, but no bidders yet for construction of 3 iconic bridgesBy Staff Reporter The project will take about 30 months’ time from the date of awarding the contract and the cost of the project is estimated at Rs 181.04 croreVyoma (Skies) – 120m at Kurla end of BKCMumbai: The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), responsible for the construction of three proposed iconic bridges designed in the Arch shape, Zero shape and the Sword shape at the Bandra Kurla Complex along the Metro Line 2B (DN Nagar to Mandale) also named as Yellow Line, has invited tender for the second time searching for an agency to carry out the construction work, said Bapu Pawar, joint metropolitan commissioner.According to the tender document, interested agencies can submit their bid by July 28. A pre-bid meeting has also been organised via video conference on July 2. The project will take about 30 months’ time from the date of awarding the contract and the cost of the project is estimated at Rs 181.04 crore.Shunya (Zero) – 80m on Vakola nullahThe three iconic bridges will be passing along the Metro Line 2B, an elevated corridor of 23.64km long. The civil work of this metro line has already been initiated.Earlier in July 2919 the then CM Devendra Fadnavis had unveiled the designs of the proposed three iconic cable-stayed bridges to be constructed one at the BKC Entry point, second at Vakola Nullah crossing and third at Mithi River crossing along the metro Line 2B.Now, the MMRDA, even after one year still in the process of appointing an agency to carry out the part design and construction work of these proposed bridges. According to MMRDA, though the designs were ready, other tender related work was ongoing.Talwar (Sword) – 73m at BKC entry near Kalanagar. The MMRDA has stated that to improve the beauty and aesthetics of BKC, the heart of the commercial capital of India, it has decided to construct three beautiful iconic bridges. It will give elegant look to the surrounding area and will be visible from far distances creating new skyline for the Mumbai city. Moreover, the foundation and superstructure of the bridges would be made up of high-grade concrete and the pylons i.e. the Arch, Zero and the Sword shapes would be built with high-grade structural steel and high tension suspension cables, stated the MMRDA.All the three cable-stayed bridges are designed by the Designfakt India Pvt Limited, a Nagpur based company. According to the company's website, Deep Dey, director (projects) of the Designfakt India Pvt Ltd, an architect had designed these bridges.Mumbai MetroRecent StoriesGeorge Floyd murder and protests: US President Donald Trump rules out defunding, dismantling of police deptsNorth Korea to cut all communication channels with South KoreaPakistan violates ceasefire along LOC; fire exchanged between both sidesMission Begin Again: Maha govt to bring new policy to enroll migrant labourers who left for their hometownHit by shortage amid COVID-19 crisis, NMMC seeks application from paramedical staff 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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2020-06-08COVID-19 June 8 Highlights: Mumbai crosses 50,000 mark; Dharavi sees drop in the spread of infection - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 June 8 Highlights: Mumbai crosses 50,000 mark; Dharavi sees drop in the spread of infectionYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 June 8 Highlights: Mumbai crosses 50,000 mark; Dharavi sees drop in the spread of infectionMirror Online / Updated: Jun 8, 2020, 21:09 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLSurpassing the total number of COVID-19 cases in China, Maharashtra on Monday reported 2,553 new cases and 109 deaths, taking the case count to 88,528 and number of fatalities to 3,169, Health department said. A total of 1,661 patients also recovered in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, the number of COVID-19 cases in Mumbai crossed the 50,000-mark on Monday and reached to 50,085 with 1,311 more people testing positive for the viral infection. Here are some of the other highlights of the day from Mumbai and Maharashtra: Dharavi sees drop in the spread of infection Dharavi on Monday saw a drop in its daily tally of new coronavirus cases as the slum-cluster reported 12 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 1,924. The curve of COVID-19 positive cases in the Dharavi slum has started showing a declining trend. In the last seven days, Dharavi has not reported a single death due to the virus. Dadar also reported a drop in cases as 12 persons tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours while 14 tested COVID-19 positive in Mahim. Kalyan Dombivali’s COVID-19 report of the day The twin cities of Kalyan and Dombivali reported 67 new coronavirus cases on Monday and two deaths. A 39-year-old man from Kalyan’s Vijay Nagar area and a 60-year-old man from Thakurwadi in Dombivali succumbed to the infection in the last 24 hours. With this, the death toll has increased to 42 in the area. Currently, 629 people are being treated for the virus infection whereas 819 infected people have recovered and discharged from the hospitals. Massive traffic on Western and Eastern Express Highways Huge traffic jam was witnessed on both Western and Eastern Express Highways on Monday amid eased restrictions in lockdown 5.0 after thousands of office goers hit the streets with their private vehicles. There were also huge queues for the BEST buses at various places. Mission Begin Again Phase 3: Long queues in Borivali to board BEST buses as city starts to emerge out of lockdown in01:27 Mumbai local train services continue to remain closed The Railways on Monday clarified that suburban rail service, which are said to be the lifeline of Mumbai, have not resumed for the public as yet. Also, only few trains for railways staff engaged in providing essential services are allowed to ply in Mumbai. Western Railway chief spokesperson Ravinder Bhakar said, "The time table of WR's suburban trains, circulating on social media platforms, is only applicable for railway employees of essential services and not for general passengers, as suburban services of WR have been suspended till further orders." Ulhasnagar witnesses drop; Badlapur, Ambernath numbers continue growing Ulhasnagar witnessed a huge drop in coronavirus numbers as only four people tested positive. Since a month, the city had been recording double-digit case counts on a daily basis, due to which the total now stands at 584. Badlapur reported 17 new coronavirus cases and Ambernath saw as many as 36 cases of COVID-19 in a single day. Over 90 cricketers donate blood at MCA and VIVA-organised drive to fight COVID-19 Over 90 Mumbai cricketers, including current and former Ranji players, donated blood at a drive organised on Monday. Among those who donated were current Ranji players Vinayak Bhoir, Royston Dias and Hardik Tamore. The drive was organised by Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) in association with JJ Hospital, Mumbai, Vishnu Vaman Thakur Charitable Trust, VIVA College, and MCA affiliated Vasai Taluka Cricket Lovers, Sainath Sports Clubs and Our’s Cricket Club. Maharashtra to soon have 100 testing labs With only 9 away from the three-figure mark, Maharashtra will soon have 100 #COVID testing labs.Leading in its fi… https://t.co/wiy6YGiOCj— Medical Education & Drugs Department, Maharashtra (@Maha_MEDD) 1591624419000 Kejriwal goes into self-quarantine Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has gone into self-quarantine after developing sore throat and fever, and will get himself tested for COVID-19 on Tuesday, officials said on Monday. The 51-year-old chief minister, who is also a diabetic, was feeling unwell since Sunday afternoon. 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2020-06-08Amid COVID-19 tally nearing 90,000, relief for Maharashtra as growth rate in Dharavi declines - The New Indian Express
Amid COVID-19 tally nearing 90,000, relief for Maharashtra as growth rate in Dharavi declines  With 1,311 more people testing positive for the infection, the number of cases in Mumbai crossed the 50,000- mark and reached to 50,085 while the death toll rose to 1,702. Share Via Email Published: 09th June 2020 03:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th June 2020 11:36 AM   |  A+A A- A worker cleans the entrance of a shop during the fifth phase of COVID-19 nationwide lockdown at Dadar in Mumbai Monday Jan 8 2020. (Photo | PTI) By Sudhir SuryawanshiExpress News Service MUMBAI: While cases continue of rise in Maharashtra, what has come as a major relief to the Uddhav Thackeray government is the declining graph in Asia’s largest slum Dharavi. With the lockdown restrictions largely removed, Mumbai has seen cases going up in the last few days. On Sunday, 1,421 positive cases including 61 deaths were reported, up from a total of 1,274 positive patients and 57 deaths on Saturday. On Friday, the city had recoded 1,150 cases and 53 deaths. However, according to the Brihabmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) data, the growth of Covid-19 patients in G South civic ward, where Dharavi is located,  has declined to 1.9 per cent on Monday as against 2.6 per cent on June 3. “In Dharavi, a total 1,899 positive cases are reported of which 46.85 per cent have been cured and discharged. The mortality rate is 3.71 per cent with 71 deaths,” stated the BMC report. Kiran Dhighavkar, assistant municipal commissioner, said their strategy was to focus on tracing, testing and isolation. “It has yielded positive results. We have screened 4.76 lakh people, including 8,246 senior citizens. We had a health team of 47,400 doctors and health workers. Mobile van doctors also checked 14,970 people,” Dhighavkar said. ALSO READ | Some labs took 18 days to submit COVID-19 swab reports: Mumbai civic body chief Rahul Shelave, Shiv Sena MP under whose constituency the area comes, said it was a big challenge before the administration but the government machinery managed to contain the spread of the virus. “Dharavi is densely populated with 5-8 persons staying a single room. But our health workers and doctors visited almost all houses to identify high and low risk and mildly symptomatic patients. We put them in the isolation centres or home-quarantined them,” he said. Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally rose to 88,528 on Monday with 2,553 new cases while the fatality count mounted by 109, including 64 deaths in Mumbai, to 3,169, state health department said. With 1,311 more people testing positive for the infection, the number of cases in Mumbai crossed the 50,000- mark and reached to 50,085 while the death toll rose to 1,702. A total of 1,661 patients were discharged in the day, taking the number of the recovered cases to 40,975, it said. The recovery rate for Maharashtra, which has the highest case load in the country, now slightly increased from 45.72 per cent on Sunday to 46.28 per cent on Monday while the fatality rate stood at 3.57 per cent, an official statement said. The state now has 44,374 active cases, it said, adding that a total of 5,64,331 samples have been tested so far. "Of the 109 deaths being recorded, 32 fatalities had occurred in the last two days while the rest (77) during May 3 and 5," it said. Of the 109 deaths reported on Monday, 70 were from the MMR (Mumbai Metropolitan Region) area including 64 in Mumbai, it said. The remaining deaths include eight from Aurangabad, seven from Pune, six each from Jalgaon and Solapur, four from Dhule, three from Ratnagiri, two from Kalyan- Dombivli and one each from Ulhasnagar, Vasai Virar, Bhiwandi, Thane, Ahmednagar, Jalna and Nanded. Bulk of 66,640 cases have been reported from MMR which includes Mumbai city. MMR has reported 2,134 fatalities, the statement said. Currently, 5,64,736 people are placed under home quarantine and 26,760 in institutional quarantine across Maharashtra. A state official said 75,759 beds are available for institutional quarantine across the state. The number of containment zones in the state stood at 3,510. In Malegaon city in Nashik district, the number of cases stood at 838 with 68 deaths, it said. Pune city has reported 8,537 cases and 381 fatalities so far. The case tally for Solapur city is 1,321 with 550 deaths, it said. Aurangabad city has reported 1,984 cases and 98 deaths, the Health department said. Kolhpur division now has 1,302 COVID-19 cases with 25 deaths. The number of cases in Aurangabad division is 2,536 and 108 fatalities. Latur division has recorded 489 cases and 16 deaths so far while Akola has 1,401 cases and 61 deaths, the health department said. The number of cases in the Nagpur division is 967 with 12 deaths. A total of 75 people from outside Maharashtra have tested positive for COVID-19 so far in the state while 19 deaths have been reported. Maharashtra COVID-19 figures are as follows: Positive cases 88,528, new cases 2,553 deaths 3,169, discharged 40,975, active cases 44,374, people tested so far 5,64,331. (With PTI Inputs) Stay up to date on all the latest Nation news with The New Indian Express App. Download now TAGS Coronavirus COVID-19 Maharashtra coronavirus Dharavi Coronavirus O P E N ADVERTISEMENT India Matters Beware! For scammers, pandemic is just another opportunity  Drop university tag, UGC tells 14 Karnataka educational institutions Divorce, child custody cases spike across country, Mumbai tops chart Petrol, diesel price hiked by 60 paisa per litre for second straight day Comments Disclaimer : We respect your thoughts and views! But we need to be judicious while moderating your comments. 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2020-06-08Mumbai cases breach a dubious 50,000-mark - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Tuesday, June 9, 2020, 4:59 AM IST With 1,311 new COVID-19 cases, Mumbai crosses the 50,000-markBy Swapnil MishraMumbai: With 1,311 new COVID-19 cases being reported, Mumbai crossed the 50,000-mark on Monday, taking the total count of cases reported in the city till date to 50,085 cases. Meanwhile, the city also recorded the highest COVID-19 death toll reported in a 24-hour period, with 64 fatalities reported on Monday. The death toll in the city now stands at 1,702 fatalities. The previous highest single-day death toll was 61, reported on June 7. The city took only seven days to cross the 50,000 mark from 39,686 cases reported on May 31. Meanwhile, for the sixth time, Maharashtra reported more than 100 COVID-19 deaths in a single day. On Monday, 109 fatalities were reported in the state, with 2,553 new COVID-19 cases. The total count of cases reported till date in the state mounted to 88,528, with 3,169 fatalities until now. Till date 40,975 patients have recovered in the state, with 1,661 being discharged from various hospitals across the state in the last 24 hours. Sixty-four of the 109 deaths in the state were reported in Mumbai, followed by eight in Aurangabad, seven in Pune, six each in Solapur and Jalgaon, four in Dhule, three in Ratnagiri, two in Kalyan-Dombivali and Nashik and one each in VasaiVirar, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Thane, Ahmednagar and Nanded “Thirty-two of the 109 deaths in the state occurred in the last two days, while the remaining 78 are from the period May 3 to June 5, which have been added to the state’s toll now, after review. The health department said that in 72.5 per cent of the cases, the victims had comorbidities,” said Dr Pradeep Awate, state surveillance officer. Civic authorities said they were bracing for more infections to come to light as shops and offices resume work with limited staff. “The next eight to ten days are crucial for us as more establishments open up. We are expecting to see a rise in cases and we are adequately prepared,” said Suresh Kakani, BMC’s additional municipal commissioner. “COVID combined with monsoon could pose a challenge. We have kept most of our dispensaries available for non-COVID services. We are also pushing more and more private set-ups to start functioning,” he added. The civic body also asked all symptomatic patients with COVID-like symptoms such as fever, cough, breathlessness, sore throat, etc to visit nearby BMC dispensaries, OPDs of hospitals, dedicated COVID health centres or a physician.“Doctors shouldn't waste time administering treatment for other ailments if there are clear signs of sore throat or breathlessness,” said another civic official. Of the 5,64,331 laboratory samples tested in the state, 88,528 have tested positive (15.68%) for COVID-19 until today. Currently, 5,64,736 people are under home quarantine and 26,760 people are in institutional quarantine.Also ReadUddhav calls toddler chided by parents over 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)MUmbaiCOVID-19 casesCOVID-19 death tollRecent StoriesGeorge Floyd murder and protests: US President Donald Trump rules out defunding, dismantling of police deptsNorth Korea to cut all communication channels with South KoreaPakistan violates ceasefire along LOC; fire exchanged between both sidesMission Begin Again: Maha govt to bring new policy to enroll migrant labourers who left for their hometownHit by shortage amid COVID-19 crisis, NMMC seeks application from paramedical staff 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
2020-06-08Maharashtra virus toll rises to 3,169 - Gulf Times
Maharashtra virus toll rises to 3,169 June 09 2020 12:05 AM International India RELATED STORIES Maharashtra Text Size: A A A IANS/Mumbai Maharashtra yesterday recorded 109 Covid-19 deaths, taking the states toll to 3,169, officials said. Mumbai also reported 64 deaths yesterday and the number of coronavirus infections in the city crossed the 50,000 mark the officials said. The total number of cases in the state increased to 88,528 yesterday, of which 44,374 were active cases. The state has recorded a recovery rate of 46.28% and a mortality rate of 3.57%. Mumbai’s death toll is 1,702 now, while the number of Covid-19 positive patients shot past the 50,000 mark to touch 50,085. Besides Mumbai’s 64 deaths, there were eight fatalities in Aurangabad, seven in Pune, six each in Jalgaon and Solapur, five in Thane (Thane, Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan-Dombivali), four in Dhule, two in Nashik, and one each in Palghar, Ahmednagar, Jalna and Nanded. On the positive side, 1,661 cured patients returned home yesterday, taking the number of those discharged from the hospitals to 49,975. Amid apprehensions, the state government eased some restrictions, with semi-normal crowds, traffic and chaos on roads as people rushed to their workplaces after over 80 days of lockdown. Meanwhile, Kerala’s Covid-19 death toll rose to 16 yesterday when a 41-year-old man who arrived from the Maldives last month died following cardiac arrest, even as the state recorded 91 more cases. According to state Health Minister K K Shailaja, the patient had kidney and breathing problems. “There were 91 new positive cases and it includes 73 who came from abroad, while 15 were those who came from within the country. Two health professionals also turned positive, while there was only one person who was a local,” Shailaja said. 0 COMMENTS There are no comments. LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked* Your Comment (must be logged in)* *You must register and complete fields Please you have to log in POST COMMENTMORE NEWS 4 militants killed in second Kashmir clash in two days READ MORE Heavy rains cool Gujarat READ MORE India reopens despite record virus infections READ MORE India re-opens despite record virus infections READ MORE India, China to ‘peacefully resolve’ latest border crisis READ MORE Bollywood stars dubbed ‘hypocrites’ for racism protest READ MORE Delhi reserves hospital beds for city residents READ MORE India, China seek to 'peacefully resolve' border face-off READ MORE India reports record single day spike in Covid cases READ MORE playpauseTop News Ministry completes 2019-20 academic year successfully 6/9/2020 12:50:30 AM Two men gets 10 year jail for drug trade 6/8/2020 8:39:16 PM QU keeps 52nd place in THE Asia University Rankings 6/8/2020 8:12:08 PM POPULARLATEST National Address registration relaxation for Qatar residents abroad Qatar Jun 7, 2020 4-phase lifting of Covid curbs from June 15 Qatar Jun 9, 2020 Two men gets 10 year jail for drug trade Qatar Jun 8, 2020 Green status on Ehteraz, the new normal Qatar Jun 7, 2020 Qatar records 1,368 new Covid-19 cases, 3 deaths, 45,935 total recoveries Qatar Jun 8, 2020 Zoom in: Msheireb Properties presents virtual tours of Al Khail apartments Qatar Jun 9, 2020 At least two dead in Karachi residential building collapse Pakistan Jun 9, 2020 Yemen doctor offers treatment to poor from his vehicle Region Jun 9, 2020 Qatar Chamber chairman underscores private sector role in defeating siege Business Jun 9, 2020 Covid-19 testing for QSL players and staff begins Sport Jun 9, 2020 HAPPENING IN DOHAMore All Rights Reserved © Gulf Times.Browse GULF TIMES on any deviceMobile, tablet or ipad FOLLOW US Gulf Times Commercial Press GULF TIMES SITE MAP Qatar International Region Business Sport Opinion Community Media PDF Classifieds Spotlight Newswall My News Powered By InformationAbout Us Contact Us Careers ADVERTISE IN GULF TIMESNewspaper Website SiteMap Site Content Usage
2020-06-08COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar witnesses major drop; Badlapur, Ambernath numbers continue growing - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar witnesses major drop; Badlapur, Ambernath numbers continue growingYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar witnesses major drop; Badlapur, Ambernath numbers continue growingBy Sagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary, Mirror Online | Updated: Jun 8, 2020, 20:41 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Monday witnessed a huge drop in coronavirus numbers as only four people tested positive. Since a month, the city had been recording double-digit case counts on a daily basis, due to which the total now stands at 584. Until now, 23 people have died of the virus in the region while 298 people have recovered, according to Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. One person each from Dattawadi, Ulhasnagar-2, Ulhasnagar-5 and Subhash Tekdi have been infected with the virus on Monday. Untitled Carousel Kalyan Dombivali reports 67 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths on MondayThe twin cities of Kalyan and Dombivali reported 67 new coronavirus cases on Monday and two deaths.A 39-year-old man from Kalyan’s Vijay Nagar area and a 60-year-old man from Thakurwadi in Dombivali succumbed to the infection in the last 24 hours. On the other hand, Badlapur reported 17 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the city's tally to 326. Four people from Ram Nivas (Kulgaon) tested positive for the virus, while three persons from Soham Apartment, Rameshwadi have contracted the virus. Four persons residing in Riya Prapti Apartment in Waniaali have also come out to be positive along with one each from Amrapali Apartment (Sambhaji Nagar), Katrap, Eranjad, Vedant Nakshatra, Panvelkar Nagari and Tulsi Arcade. So far, 161 people have been cured and discharged while nine have succumbed to the virus in the area, as per the latest data from Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC). Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Dharavi sees drop in new COVID-19 casesDharavi on Monday saw a drop in its daily tally of new coronavirus cases as the slum-cluster reported 12 new COVID-19 cases, taking the total tally to 1,924. The curve of COVID-19 positive cases in the Dharavi slum has started showing a declining trend. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw as many as 36 cases of COVID-19 in a single day taking the tally close to 400. The city now has 392 positive cases along with eight fatalities. Initially, Ambernath, which lies in between Ulhasnagar and Badlapur recorded not more than 10 cases every day, but the area has seen a sudden spike since the past couple of weeks. So far, 133 people have been cured of the virus while the remaining are undergoing treatment in Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan, Thane and other COVID designated hospitals in Mumbai. 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 0% cholesterol, 0% preservatives, 0% additivesSunpure1/2/3 BHK apts in Uttarahali by Prestige Lake Ridge.Prestige GroupRe-usable & washable anti-virus masks - pack of 3 @295PriorityBest modern furniture from Sofas & More. Discount upto 30%Sofas & More.Own now. No cost EMI starting at Rs 1467.Awesome New Galaxy A31.Excellent features, unbelievable prices.Dell India Premium Villa Plots. Secure your Future.The SanctuaryThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesStewardess almost stalled flight& passengers were not happy!DaftDream BlueMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & LifeYou Have To Watch Sumeet Vyas' New Show 'Bhootiyagiri'Mensxp
2020-06-08Maha: 109 die, 2,553 test +ve - Daily Pioneer
Maha: 109 die, 2,553 test +ve Tuesday, 09 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai Share TT TT 0 Maha: 109 die, 2,553 test +ve Tuesday, 09 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai After a gap of 24 hours, Maharashtra was back to three-digits  in terms of Covid-19 fatalities on Monday, as 109 more people succumbed to coronavirus and 2,553 others tested positive for the pandemic in various parts of the state. With fresh deaths and infections, the total number of deaths mounted to 3,169 and the total number of infected cases rose to 88,528 in the State. Taking into consideration 3,169 total deaths and 40,975 patients discharged from various hospitals ever since the outbreak of pandemic in the state, the state health authorities pegged the number of “active cases” in the state at 44,374. Of the deaths reported on Monday, Mumbai accounted for 64 deaths, while there were eight deaths in Aurangabad, seven deaths in Puhne, six deaths each in Jalgaon and Solapur, four deaths in Dhule, three deaths in Ratnagiri two deaths each in Kalyan-Dombivli and Nashik and one death each in Ulhasnagar, Vasai-Virar, Bhiwandi, Thane, Ahmednagar, Jalna and Nanded. There have been a total of 1389 deaths in Maharashtra during the previous 14 days. On May 26 (Tuesday) the state had witnessed 97 deaths, while there were 105 deaths on May 27, 85 deaths on May 28, 116 deaths on May 29 and 99 deaths on May 30, 89 deaths on May 31, 76 on June 1, 103 on June 2, 122 on June 3, 123 on June 4, 139 on June 5, 120 on June 6,  91 on June 7 and 109 on June 8. Out of the 109 people dead, 71 were men while 38 were women. Fifty nine of the deceased were aged over 60 years, 44 were from the age group 40 to 59 years and 6 were aged below 40 years. “Seventy nine out of 109 patients (72.5%) had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease,” a state health bulletin said. Out of the total deaths reported on Monday, 32 deaths occurred in the last two days and the rest are from the period May 3 to  June 5. With 64 new deaths and 1311 fresh infections, the total number deaths mounted to 1702, while the total infected cases rose to 50085. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that there were 26345 “active cases” in the metropolis. Some key observations made in Monday’s report were:  the  recovery rate in the state is 46.28 per cent. The case fatality rate in the state: 3.57 per cent.  Currently, 5,64,736 people are in home quarantine. There are 75,759 beds available in quarantine institutions while 26,760 people are in institutional quarantine now. Out of 5,64,331 samples sent for analysis to labs, 88,528 have been tested positive (15.68%) for COVID-19 until Monday. There are 3510 active containment zones in the state currently. Total 17,895 surveillance squads worked today across the state while  surveillance of 66.84 lakh people  has been done so far. 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2020-06-08Covid-19: Mumbai crosses 50,000 cases, Maharashtra at 88,528 - Livemint
Covid-19: Mumbai crosses 50,000 cases, Maharashtra at 88,528 People wearing face masks stand in a queue as they wait at a bus stand in Mumbai (PTI) Covid-19: Mumbai crosses 50,000 cases, Maharashtra at 88,528 1 min read . Updated: 08 Jun 2020, 07:59 PM IST Kalpana PathakActive cases however, are at 44,374 and total patients discharged so far are 40,975With 109 new deaths reported today, total number of deaths in Maharashtra due to the disease has gone up to 3,169 Share Via Read Full Story Topics MaharashtraCovid-19 Mumbai: Maharashtra on Monday reported 2,553 new covid-19 cases taking the state's tally to 88,528. Active cases however, are at 44,374 and total patients discharged so far are 40,975. Of the total cases Mumbai's tally was at 50,085. Active cases in Mumbai are at 26,345. The city's death toll stood at 1,702. After Mumbai, Thane reported most number of cases at 13,528 with active cases at 8,110 and total deaths at 336. With 109 new deaths reported today, total number of deaths in Maharashtra due to the disease has gone up to 3,169. Out of the total deaths reported today, 32 deaths occurred in the last two days and the rest are from the period 3 May to 5 June 2020, the state public health department said. Out of the 77 deaths in this period, 51 were recorded in Mumbai, eight in Aurangabad, three in Ratnagiri, four in Dhule, one each in Ahmednagar, Bhivandi, Jalgaon, Jalna, Kalyan-Dombivali, Nashik, Pune, Solapur, Thane, Ulhasnagar, and Vasai-Virar Recovery rate in the state is 46.28% while mortality rate is at 3.57%. Currently, 5,64,736 people are in home quarantine. There are 75,759 beds available in quarantine institutions and 26,760 people are in institutional quarantine currently, the public health department said. 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 3654 active containment zones in the state currently. Out of 5,64,331 laboratory samples, 88,528 have been tested positive (15.68%) for COVID-19 until today, the state's public health department said in a press statement. Subscribe to newsletters * Enter a valid email * Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Share Via Click here to read the Mint ePaperLivemint.com is now on Telegram. Join Livemint channel in your Telegram and stay updatedTopics MaharashtraCovid-19 RELATED STORIES 3,007 new coronavirus cases reported in Maharashtra as of 8:00 AM - Jun 81 min read . 09:40 AM IST 308 test positive for covid- 19 in Karnataka1 min read . 07:54 PM IST 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
2020-06-08Maha records 109 Covid-19 deaths, Mumbai cases cross 50K (Roundup) - Outlook India
Maha records 109 Covid-19 deaths, Mumbai cases cross 50K (Roundup) Outlook June 08, 2020 21:37 IST Maha records 109 Covid-19 deaths, Mumbai cases cross 50K (Roundup) outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Maha records 109 Covid-19 deaths, Mumbai cases cross 50K (Roundup) Mumbai, June 8 (IANS) Maharashtra fatalities again shot past the 100 mark with 109 deaths, while the tally in Mumbai city crossed the 50,000 mark on Monday, health officials said. The state on Monday recorded 109 deaths, marking an increase of 18 over Sunday''s two-digit toll of 91, besides 2,553 new Covid-19 cases. The state has recorded previous highs of three-digit tallies -- 103 deaths (June 2), 122 (June 3), 123 (June 4), 139 (June 5) and 120 (June 6) -- plummeting to 91 (June 7) -- and zooming up to 109 on Monday. This comes to roughly one death every 13 minutes, and an average 106 new cases notched every hour, in the state. Maharashtra has been recording 75-plus fatalities and new patients over 2K daily for the past 14 days, with the previous single-day highest figure of 3,041 infections notched on May 24. With 109 fatalities, the state''s death toll has touched 3,169 while the total number of coronavirus patients increased from Sunday''s 85,975 to 88,528 on Monday. The health department said that of the total number of cases declared till date, 44,374 were active cases as on Monday. The state has recorded a recovery rate of 46.28 per cent and a mortality (death) rate of 3.57 per cent. Of the total 109 fatalities on Monday, 64 were recorded in Mumbai alone , taking the city''s death toll up from Sunday''s 1,638 to 1,702 now, while the number of Covid-19 positive patients here shot past the 50K mark -- up by 1,311 cases to touch 50,085 now. Besides Mumbai''s 64 deaths, there were 8 fatalities in Aurangabad, 7 in Pune, 6 each in Jalgaon and Solapur, 5 in Thane (Thane, Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan-Dombivali), 4 in Dhule, 2 in Nashik, and one each in Palghar, Ahmednagar, Jalna and Nanded. The victims comprised 71 men and 38 women and nearly 73 per cent of them suffered from other serious ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, heart problems and asthma. On the positive side, a total of 1,661 fully cured patients returned home on Monday, taking the number of those discharged from the hospitals to 49,975. Amid apprehensions expressed in some quarters, Maharashtra eased into Unlock 3.0 on Monday, with semi-normal crowds, traffic and chaos on roads as people rushed to their workplaces after over 80 days of lockdown. The MMR (Thane Division) continued to cause grave concerns with 70 Covid-19 deaths, pulling up the toll to 2,134, and taking the positive cases to 66,640 on Monday. Though trailing a distant third after MMR, Pune Division''s fatalities touched 550, besides 11,936 patients. Since June 1, Thane district with 13,528 cases and 336 fatalities has zoomed past Pune district which has 9,877 patients and 413 deaths. The next major region of concern is Nashik Division with 244 deaths and 3,182 positive cases, followed by Aurangabad Division with 108 fatalities and 2,536 cases, and Akola Division with 61 deaths and 1,401 cases. There''s Latur Division with 16 deaths and 489 cases, Kolhapur Division with 25 deaths and 1,302 patients, and finally Nagpur Division with 12 deaths and 967 cases. Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home-quarantine increased from Sunday''s 5,58,463 to 5,64,736 on Monday, while those in institutional quarantine went down by 1,744 to 26,760 now. The state''s containment zones decreased from 3,654 to 3,510 on Monday while 17,895 health teams have fanned out around the state to survey a population of around 66.84 lakh till date. (Quaid Najmi can be contacted at: q.najmi@ians.in) --IANS qn/arm Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: IANS More from Website BJP's Sambit Patra Discharged From Hospital After Being Admitted For Covid-19 Symptoms 'Encroaching Upon India's Borders Not Child's Play; Punishment Meted Out Here':Amit Shah Former Zimbabwe Cricket Captain Tatenda Taibu Praises MS Dhoni's Mental Toughness More from Outlook Magazine It’s A Pity That Dhyan Chand, Balbir Singh Didn’t Get What They Deserved: Ajit Pal Singh A Story Of Denial And Injustice: Was Playing Hockey A Sin For Dhyan Chand And Balbir Singh? Lexical Virtuoso Next Story : Sona Mohapatra interprets ''Nit khair manga'' with ''feminine perspective'' Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-07Maha: 91 die, 3,007 test +ve - Daily Pioneer
Maha: 91 die, 3,007 test +ve Monday, 08 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai Share TT TT 0 Maha: 91 die, 3,007 test +ve Monday, 08 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai In a drop in the number of fatalities and increase in the infected cases, as many as 91 people died of Covid-19 and 3,007 others tested positive for the pandemic in various parts of the state. A day after 120 people succumbed to the pandemic and 2739 others tested positive for Covid-19, the number of deaths came down to 91, while the infected cases rose to 3,007 in the state. With fresh deaths and infections, the total number of deaths mounted to 3060 and the total number of infected cases rose to 85975 in the state. After taking into account 3060 total deaths and 39314 patients discharged from various hospitals ever since the outbreak of pandemic in the state, the state health authorities pegged the number of “active cases” in the state at 43591. Of the deaths reported on Sunday, Mjumbai accounted for  61, while there were eight deaths in Solapur, six deaths in Pune, five deaths in Ulhasnagar,  four deaths in Mira-Bhayandar,  two deaths in Kolhapur and one death each in Palghar, Nashik, Jalna and Akola. In addition, one person from West Bengal died in Mumbai. *Out of those dead, 64 were men while 27 were women. Forty six of the deceased were aged over 60 years, 41 were from the age group 40 to 59 years and 4 were aged below 40 years. “Sixty seven out of 91 patients (73.6%) had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease,” a state health bulletin said. There have been a total of 1289 deaths in Maharashtra during the previous 13 days. On May 26 (Tuesday) the state had witnessed 97 deaths, while there were 105 deaths on May 27, 85 deaths on May 28, 116 deaths on May 29 and 99 deaths on May 30, 89 deaths on May 31, 76 on June 1, 103 on June 2, 122 on June 3, 123 on June 4, 139 on June 5, 120 on June 6 and 91 on June 7. With 61 new deaths and 1420 fresh infections, the total number deaths mounted to 1638, while the total infected cases rose to 48774. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that there were 25,940 “active cases” in the metropolis. Some of the key observations made in Sunday’s report were: The recovery rate in the state is 45.72 per cent and the case fatality rate in the state: 3.55 per cent. Currently, as many as 5,58,463 people are in home quarantine. There are 77,654 beds available in quarantine institutions while 28,504 people are in institutional quarantine now. Out of the total deaths reported today, 31 deaths occurred in the last two days and the rest are from the period April 13 to June 4. There are 3654 active containment zones in the state currently. 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2020-06-07Coronavirus | Maharashtra tally surges past China to touch 85,975; 91 deaths recorded - The Hindu
Coronavirus | Maharashtra tally surges past China to touch 85,975; 91 deaths recorded Share On News National International States Cities Govt. ready to take more structural reforms to make India self-reliant: PM Modi News National National Coronavirus | Maharashtra tally surges past China to touch 85,975; 91 deaths recorded Shoumojit Banerjee PUNE, June 07, 2020 22:55 IST Updated: June 07, 2020 22:55 IST Share Article PRINT A A A The medical team is engaged in checking the residents of Sonapoor Lane in Dharavi in Mumbai on June 7, 2020.   | Photo Credit: Vijay Bate Shoumojit Banerjee PUNE, June 07, 2020 22:55 IST Updated: June 07, 2020 22:55 IST In second-highest single-day surge, Maharashtra reports more than 3,000 cases. With 3,007 COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra recorded its second-highest single-day case surge on Sunday as its tally surged to 85,975, exceeding even that of China’s reported tally of 83,000-odd cases.With 91 deaths, the State’s toll reached 3,060.Also read: Coronavirus | Maharashtra reports highest fatality surgeHowever, according to the Health department, only 43,591 of the cases are active with 1,924 patients being discharged on Sunday to take the number of recoveries till date to 39,314.Mumbai’s tally has now crossed the 48,000-mark to reach 48,774 with the city reporting 1,420 cases. It presently has 25,940 active cases.India coronavirus lockdown Day 75 updates | Helpline numbers | Interactive map of confirmed coronavirus cases in India | State-wise tracker for coronavirus cases, deaths and testing rates | Download The Hindu’s multi-language e-book on essential COVID-19 informationWith 61 deaths, the city’s toll stands at 1,638.State Surveillance Officer Dr. Pradeep Awate said the recovery rate had increased to 45.27% while its case fatality rate stood at 3.55%.Also read: Coronavirus | Maharashtra begins phased emergence from lockdownSix deaths were reported from Pune district to take its toll to 406. However, its authorities said the toll had already risen to 409.Similarly, as per officials, while Solapur district in Pune division reported eight deaths to take its toll to 104, the divisional authorities said the district’s toll had already climbed to 115.Five deaths were reported from Ulhasnagar and Mira-Bhayander civic body regions in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to take their respective toll to 20 and 39.Also read: Coronavirus | Maharashtra, Mumbai report highest single-day surgesDeaths were also reported from other districts in the region such as Nashik, Jalna and Akola among other parts of the State.“Of the deaths reported on Sunday, 31 had occurred in the last couple of days while the remaining took place between April 13 and June 4. 73.6% of the deaths reported had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma and heart disease,” said Dr. AwatePune district’s tally, as per official figures, has reached 9,705 with the district reporting a massive spike of more than 400 new cases.Besides Mumbai, the surge in fresh cases in Thane in the MMR continued unabated with 273 cases taking the district’s tally to 6,048. Navi Mumbai reported a similarly big spike of more than 130 cases (tally 3,484).“Till date, of the 5,51,647 laboratory samples, 85,975 (15.8%) have been tested positive with almost 14,000 samples across the State tested today,” Dr. Awate said.He said 5,58,463 persons across the State were in home quarantine and 28,504 were in institutional quarantine facilities.There are 3,654 active containment zones, said Dr. Awate. 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. Faster pages Move smoothly between articles as our pages load instantly. 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2020-06-07Maha: No death from COVID-19 in Thane city on Saturday - Outlook India
Maha: No death from COVID-19 in Thane city on Saturday Outlook June 07, 2020 15:53 IST Maha: No death from COVID-19 in Thane city on Saturday outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jun 7 (PTI) Saturday was a "zero COVID-19 death day" for Thane city though 124 fresh cases during the day took the coronavirus positive count to 3,919, said a senior civic official on Sunday. Thane Municipal Corporation spokesperson and deputy municipal commissioner Sandeep Malavi told PTI that 113 people have so far died of the infection, with Saturday, thankfully, adding nothing to the figure. "Saturday was a zero COVID-19 death day in TMC limits. The recovery rate in the city is 52.46 per cent, with 2,056 people having been discharged so far," he added. Thane district, which also comprises areas like Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Mira-Bhayander, Ulhasnagar among others, saw 10 deaths on Saturday. Meanwhile, a senior nurse with KEM Hospital in Mumbai has tested positive and the entire floor of her residential complex here has been sealed, officials said. PTI COR BNM BNM Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Kashmiri Woman Held For Planning Terror Attack Tests Covid-positive In NIA Custody Ahead Of Amit Shah's Virtual Rally In Bihar, RJD Beats Utensils In Protest No More 70% 'Corona Fee' On Liquor From June 10 In Delhi, But VAT Raised More from Outlook Magazine It’s A Pity That Dhyan Chand, Balbir Singh Didn’t Get What They Deserved: Ajit Pal Singh A Story Of Denial And Injustice: Was Playing Hockey A Sin For Dhyan Chand And Balbir Singh? Lexical Virtuoso Next Story : Argentina unlikely to adopt single neutral football venue Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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2020-06-07Mumbai sees highest no. of deaths on Saturday - Free Press Journal
Mumbai sees highest number of deaths on SaturdayBy Swapnil Mishra Maharashtra is carrying out 3,827 tests as against national average of 2,832 tests per 10 lakh of populationCity reported the highest single-day deaths on Saturday, with 57 fatalities being reported in the last 24 hours, taking the total death toll to 1,575 until now. The previous highest death toll reported in a 24-hour period was 54 deaths, reported on May 30.Meanwhile, for the fifth consecutive Maharashtra has reported more than 100 covid-19 deaths. On Saturday, 120 fatalities were reported in the last 24 hours with 2,739 new corona cases in the state. Taking the total positive count to 82,968 with 2,969 fatalities until now. Till date 37,390 patients have been recovered, with 2,234 being discharged from various hospitals across the state in the last 24 hours. Fifty-eight of the 120 deaths were reported in Mumbai, followed by 10 in Thane, Pune, six each in NaviMumbai and Ulhasnagar, five each in Mira-Bhayander, Nashik and Satara, three in Bhiwandi, two each in Malegaon, Solapur, Aurangabad, Akola and Amravati and one each in Vasai-Virar and Palghar.“Thirty of the 120 deaths in the state occurred in the last two days, while the remaining 90 are from the period May 3 to June 3, which have been added to the state’s toll now, after review. The health department said that in 57.5 per cent of the cases, the victims had comorbidities,” said Dr Pradeep Awate, state surveillance officer.According to the public health department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the city recorded 1,275 new cases taking the total positive count to 47,354 cases, with 1,575 deaths so far. Dr Daksha Shah, deputy executive health officer, BMC said all symptomatic patients having Covid like symptoms such as fever, cough, breathlessness, sore throat etc. should get tested by visiting nearby BMC dispensaries, screening OPD of the hospitals / DCHC / CCC 1 or through the physician.“All direct and high risk contacts of confirmed positive case, who are quarantined at home are to be tested once between day 5 and day 10 of coming into contact with the positive patients or if any of the direct and high risk contacts of confirmed positive cases developed symptoms before day 5 of coming in contact with the confirmed positive patients. All such people can directly approach the laboratories for home collection of swab for which no prescription from RMP will be required,” she said.“Moreover, self – attestation letter shall be submitted by such person to the laboratories certifying that they are high risk contacts of the Covid positive patients, stating the name of Covid positive patients ( high risk contacts are those in house or in close contact with the patients more than for 6 hours),” Dr Shah added.As on Saturday, Maharashtra had 85 laboratories that were testing for Covid-19, of which 47 were government and 37 were private laboratories. A total of 5.37 lakh samples have been tested so far, according to the state government. Maharashtra is carrying out 3,827 tests per 10 lakh of population, as against the national average of 2,832 tests per 10 lakh of population.maharashtraMUmbaicoronavirus cases in MumbaiRecent StoriesMumbai Gas Leak: Here's what we know so far about the gas leak in Chembur, other areasWhy is Harry Potter author JK Rowling being called a ‘transphobe’? Coronavirus in Mumbai: With rise in number of cases, 98% of ICU beds full in cityCoronavirus in Mumbai: No food, no money to use public toilet, lockdown takes a toll on street children 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
2020-06-07Maha Covid-19 deaths go past 3K, MMR fatalities above 2K (Roundup) - Outlook India
Maha Covid-19 deaths go past 3K, MMR fatalities above 2K (Roundup) Outlook June 07, 2020 20:43 IST Maha Covid-19 deaths go past 3K, MMR fatalities above 2K (Roundup) outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Maha Covid-19 deaths go past 3K, MMR fatalities above 2K (Roundup) Mumbai, June 7 (IANS) Maharashtra''s Covid-19 fatalities shot past the 3,000 mark with 91 new deaths, while Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) fatalities zoomed above the 2,000 mark, even as 3,007 new cases - the second-highest single-day spike - ere reported across the state on Sunday, health officials said Sunday''s deaths mark a two-digit toll after five consecutive days of deaths in excess of 100. The previous highs of three-digit tolls were - 103 (June 2), 122 (June 3), 123 (June 4), 139 (June 5) and 120 (June 6). Sunday''s tally comes to roughly one death every 16 minutes, and an average of 125 new cases notched every hour in the state. Maharashtra has been recording 75-plus fatalities and over 2,000 new patients for the past 13 days, with the single-day highest figure of 3,041 infections notched on May 24. With the new fatalities, the state death toll has touched 3,060 while the total number of coronavirus patients increased to 85,975. The Health Department said of the total number of cases declared till date, 43,591 were active cases, increasing by 991 over Saturday''s 42,600. The state, however, has recorded an encouraging recovery rate of 45.72 per cent and a mortality rate of 3.55 per cent. Of Sunday''s fatalities, 61 were recorded in Mumbai alone - taking the city death toll to 1,638 now, while the number of Covid-19 positive patients here shot up by 1,420 cases to touch 48,774 now. Besides Mumbai''s 61 deaths - besides one person from West Bengal - there were nine fatalities in Thane (Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander), eight in Solapur, six in Pune, two in Kolhapur and one each in Palghar, Nashik, Jalna and Akola. The victims comprised 64 men and 27 women and nearly 74 per cent of them suffered from other serious ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, heart problems and asthma. On the positive side, a total of 1,924 fully cured patients returned home on Sunday, taking the number of those discharged from 37,390 to 39,314 now. Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray and Additional Municipal Commissioner Sanjeev Jaiswal inspected a new 950-bed Covid-19 hospital with 650 ICU beds coming up at the Dahisar Toll Post on Mumbai''s north-west border. The MMR (Thane Division) continued to cause grave concerns with 71 new Covid-19 deaths taking its toll overshoting the 2,000 mark to touch 2,064, while the positive cases rose to 64,714. Though trailing a distant third after MMR, Pune Division fatalities touched 537, besides 11,678 patients. Since June 1, Thane district with 13,014 cases and 331 fatalities, has zoomed past Pune district which has 9,705 patients and 406 deaths. The next major region of concern is Nashik Division with 231 deaths and 3,051 positive cases, followed by Aurangabad Division with 99 fatalities and 2,444 cases, and Akola Division with 61 deaths and 1,328 cases. Latur Division has reported 15 deaths and 485 cases, Kolhapur Division 22 deaths and 1,264 patients, and finally, Nagpur Division with 12 deaths and 938 cases. Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home quarantine increased to 558,463, while those in institutional quarantine went down by 594 to 28,504 now. In another relieving news for patients, there are as many as 77,654 beds currently available for Covid-19 quarantine in the state. The state''s containment zones increased from 3,603 to 3,654 on Sunday while 18,515 health teams have fanned out around the state to survey a population of around 69.60 lakh till date. (Quaid Najmi can be contacted at q.najmi@ians.in) --IANS qn/vd Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: IANS More from Website Former India Opener Wasim Jaffer Feels Saliva Ban Will Make Life Difficult For Bowlers Fifth Leopard Killed In Assam This Year, Locals Chop Off Its Teeth And Nails Decoding A City: Common Thread That Connects 'Delhi 6', 'City Of Djinns' And Covid-19 More from Outlook Magazine It’s A Pity That Dhyan Chand, Balbir Singh Didn’t Get What They Deserved: Ajit Pal Singh A Story Of Denial And Injustice: Was Playing Hockey A Sin For Dhyan Chand And Balbir Singh? Lexical Virtuoso Next Story : 60,000 people affected by flood in six Assam districts Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-07Covid-19: Ulhasnagar witnesses highest 83 patients in 24 hours - Times of India
Covid-19: Ulhasnagar witnesses highest 83 patients in 24 hoursCovid-19: Ulhasnagar witnesses highest 83 patients in 24 hoursPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jun 8, 2020, 00:57 ISTImage used for representational purpose onlyULHASNAGAR: The city on Sunday witnessed highest 83 Covid-19 patients in the last 24 hours and three deaths, taking the total numbers of patients to 580 in region, including 23 deaths so far. Earlier on Friday, maximum 40 patients were reported in a day in the city. As per a press note issued by health department of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), out of total 580 patients so far, 283 patients have been cured, while remaining 274 active patients are still undergoing treatment in different hospitals. The health officials said that out of total 274 active cases, 212 are asymptomatic, 32 have mild fever, 12 are kept on oxygen and 18 serious patients are kept in the ICU. Out of 83 new cases, maximum 14 were reported from Gaikwadpada area, 6 Anand Nagar, 6 Sahahd Phatak, 5 Bhim Nagar, 4 Hiraghat and three from a family reported from posh Gol Maidan locality. 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 IndiaCovid-19 in TamilnaduChlorine Gas LeakageCoronavirus India update liveBundesliga live scoreIndia China newsMark ZuckerbergJAC 8th Result 2020TS SSC Latest NewsCBSE Exams in MaharashtraLATEST VIDEOSCityDelhi govt removes 70% corona tax on alcohol, liquor prices to come down Delhi hospitals will be available only for Delhiites: CM Arvind Kejriwal Delhi Unlock 1.0: Malls, restaurants to restart, religious places to open; but social distancing a ‘worry’ Covid-19: Jaipur firm deploys robots to minimize physical contact More from TOI8 must know do's and don’ts to battle heatwave7 Things in the kitchen you should clean everydaySleeveless kurtis: Straight-fit, anarkali and more styles for summerYoga & meditation room: Create your peaceful space at homeNavbharat 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 IndiaCovid-19 in TamilnaduChlorine Gas LeakageCoronavirus India update liveBundesliga live scoreIndia China newsMark ZuckerbergJAC 8th Result 2020TS SSC Latest NewsCBSE Exams in MaharashtraYogi AdityanathJio Mubadala DealWeekly HoroscopeNewsCoronavirus newsHoroscope todayJNTUH Exams Time TableStep 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 webOxford COVID-19 VaccineLunar Eclipse 2020Lunar Eclipse EffectsCoronavirus VaccineSharmila TagoreLove & Zodiac SignsAishwarya and RanbirLunar Eclipse and Diet BeliefsGrahan Pregnancy PrecautionsTrending topicsChiranjeevi SarjaChiranjeevi SarjaAlia BhattJacqueline FernandezArjun KapoorIleana D’CruzRIP Chiranjeevi SarjaMeghana RajRanveer SinghArpita KhanKaran JoharAnil KapoorElon MuskiPhone 12Realme Narzo 10AAmazon App QuizKamal HassanTTD DarshanFollow 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
2020-06-06Losses worth Rs 1.25 crores in Thane, Palghar due to Cyclone Nisarga: MSEDCL - ThePrint
Losses worth Rs 1.25 crore in Thane, Palghar due to Cyclone Nisarga:... India Losses worth Rs 1.25 crore in Thane, Palghar due to Cyclone Nisarga: MSEDCL MSEDCL said its Kalyan circle office bore the maximum brunt of the cyclone that flattened 168 power poles and destroyed 8 transformers and power lines of 32-km length. PTI 6 June, 2020 2:40 pm IST Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email WhatsApp Houses get damaged as a tree gets uprooted due to strong winds after the landfall of Cyclone Nisarga.(Representational image) | ANI Text Size: A- A+ Thane: The state-run Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) on Saturday pegged the losses incurred due to cyclone Nisarga at Rs 1.25 crore across parts of Thane and neighbouring Palghar district. The MSEDCL, also known as Mahavitaran or MahaDiscom, in a statement said that its Kalyan circle office bore the maximum brunt of the cyclone that flattened 168 power poles and destroyed eight transformers as well as power lines of 32 -km length in the areas under it. Power supply in almost all the affected areas has been restored, it said. MSEDCL’s Kalyan circle comprises its mandal offices in Kalyan, Vasai and Palghar, which cover areas including Dombivli, Kalyan East and West, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur, Murbad, Shahapur, Titwala, rural parts of Thane district, Vasai, Virar, Wada, Nalasopara, Palghar, Jawhar, Mokhada, Vikramgad and Boisar, it said. The cyclone destroyed several electricity poles and transformers in these areas and affected the power supply. Also read: Maharashtra CM asks for damage report due to cyclone Nisarga within 2 days   ThePrint is now on Telegram. For the best reports & opinion on politics, governance and more, subscribe to ThePrint on Telegram. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Show Full Article TAGSCyclone NisargaPalgharPTI wireThane Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email WhatsApp Previous articleVed Marwah, former governor and Delhi Police commissioner, dies at 87Next articlePro-Khalistan slogans raised at Golden Temple on Operation Blue Star anniversary PTI RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Modi govt says ‘fine-tuning’ Covid strategy, rejects reports that experts not consulted Actor Sonu Sood propped up by BJP to show us in poor light: Shiv Sena UP Anti-Terrorist Squad arrests man accused of supplying arms to Khalistani terrorists Share Your Views LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my details Most Popular Children won’t have to sit for hrs in front of computers, HRD to soon set SOP for online classes Kritika Sharma - 7 June, 2020 Don’t absolve Modi by saying he doesn’t have the right team to bring in economic reforms Prosenjit Datta - 7 June, 2020 ‘Star’ cardiologist Mehra & data doctor Desai — story of Indian experts behind HCQ scandal Angana Chakrabarti - 6 June, 2020 NEXT STORY ABOUTSubstance of Print, Reach of DigitalContact us: feedback@theprint.inFOLLOW US About Contact Careers Terms of Use Privacy Policy Copyright © 2020 Printline Media Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.
2020-06-06MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, Pghar - Republic World - Republic World
MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, P'ghar Last Updated: 6th June, 2020 15:17 IST MSEDCL Pegs Loss Due To Cyclone At Rs 1.25 Cr In Thane, P'ghar The state-run Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) on Saturday pegged the losses incurred due to cyclone Nisarga at Rs 1.25 crore across parts of Thane and neighbouring Palghar district. Written By Press Trust Of India The state-run Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) on Saturday pegged the losses incurred due to cyclone Nisarga at Rs 1.25 crore across parts of Thane and neighbouring Palghar district. The MSEDCL, also known as Mahavitaran or MahaDiscom, in a statement said that its Kalyan circle office bore the maximum brunt of the cyclone that flattened 168 power poles and destroyed eight transformers as well as power lines of 32-km length in the areas under it. Power supply in almost all the affected areas has been restored, it said. MSEDCL's Kalyan circle comprises its mandal offices in Kalyan, Vasai and Palghar, which cover areas including Dombivli, Kalyan East and West, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur, Murbad, Shahapur, Titwala, rural parts of Thane district, Vasai, Virar, Wada, Nalasopara, Palghar, Jawhar, Mokhada, Vikramgad and Boisar, it said. The cyclone destroyed several electricity poles and transformers in these areas and affected the power supply. "As per the preliminary estimates, property worth around Rs 1.25 crore has been damaged," it said. The cyclone had made landfall near Alibaug in Raigad district on Wednesday afternoon. First Published: 6th June, 2020 15:17 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 3 hours ago More private buses will ply on city roads on Monday 3 hours ago Religious places continue to remain shut in J-K 2 hours ago TN has highest recovery rate in country & lowest mortality rate in world: Palaniswami 40 mins ago WMO lauds IMD for its accurate prediction of Cyclone Amphan 1 hour ago Unlock 1: Devotees offer prayers at temples and mosques as religious places reopen 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 Amit Shah says 'not a political rally, but Jan Samwad', kicks off Bihar's 'virtual' rally Raut taunts Sonu Sood for meeting CM Uddhav after accusing him of 'making govt look bad' Amit Shah slams politics over migrants, asks Tejashwi to clarify his whereabouts then Coronavirus Live Updates: India records highest single-day spike; 1,19,292 recovered FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-06-06Ahmedabad has India’s highest corona deaths/m population - Times of India
Ahmedabad has India’s highest corona deaths/m populationTop Searches:Coronavirus in IndiaCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus vaccineKerala elephant incidentLunar Eclipse 2020Ahmedabad has India’s highest corona deaths/m populationAtul Thakur & Rema Nagarajan | TNN | Updated: Jun 6, 2020, 09:42 ISTThough Delhi and Mumbai might seem to be worst off with the highest number of Covid-19 cases and deaths each day, Ahmedabad with less than half the population of these metros has the highest deaths per million population in the country. It also has the highest case fatality rate (CFR) — number of deaths per 100 cases — among the nine megapolises with populations of over 5 million. At 115 deaths per million, Ahmedabad is much worse than Mumbai in second place with 80 deaths per million. Among the top metros, Bangalore seems to be doing the best with just one death per million. When it comes to CFR, Chennai’s 0.9 is the lowest among the nine mega cities. The data is as of Friday morning. The comparison here is between the nine urban agglomerations — cities and their urban outgrowths, like Greater Mumbai or Greater Kolkata — in the country that has 5 million or more people living in them. More on Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic: Complete Coverage Unlock 1.0: What's open & from when in MHA's phase-wise reopening plan It's time to mask up and stay safe: Join TOI's #MaskIndia campaign MHA's guidelines for home isolation Trust the newspaper for your daily verified news A low CFR is often seen as a result of extensive testing and hence detecting of a large number of positive cases. The higher the number of positive cases, the denominator, the smaller the CFR would be. Ahmedabad’s CFR of 6.9 has been explained by many as the result of inadequate testing. But the city’s deaths per million figure suggests there is more to the poor handling of Covid cases than just inadequate testing. Even in absolute numbers, Ahmedabad which has recorded 953 deaths is second only to the Mumbai with 1,698 deaths. Delhi follows Mumbai with 650 deaths. Bangalore has recorded just 14 deaths so far and the least number of cases, just 428. Though many cities have been trying to draw comfort from their recovery rates, epidemiologists have repeatedly pointed out that in an infection like Covid where over 90% of those infected are expected to recover, the share of those recovering can only rise steadily with the passage of time and hence recovery rates are a misleading measure for progress in the fight against the disease. These nine urban agglomerations contribute over 1.3 lakh cases (nearly 60% of India’s total) and 4,299 deaths, over two-thirds of the country’s total. An urban agglomeration (UA) is continuous urban habitation that surrounds a city or the continuous geographical stretch of two or more cities which in many ways function as the same city. Mumbai UA for instance is constituted by the Municipal Corporations of Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Mira Bhayandar. Similarly Kolkata UA spreads over the districts of Kolkata, North and South 24 Parganas, Hooghly and Howrah. Chennai UA has Chennai, Thiruvallur and Kancheepuram while Hydarabad UA includes Hyderabad, Rangareddy and Medak. Ahmedabad UA also includes Gandhinagar. The 2020 population estimates for these UAs from the United Nation’s World Urbanisation Prospects was used to calculate the deaths per million. The census of India does not include Delhi’s satellite districts like Ghaziabad and Gurgaon in the Delhi UA and hence Delhi’s cases as well as population are only for Delhi state or the city of Delhi. Delhi’s 2020 population is taken from the census population projections for states. 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2020-06-06Maha: 120 more die, 2,739 test +ve - Daily Pioneer
Maha: 120 more die, 2,739 test +ve Sunday, 07 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai Share TT TT 0 Maha: 120 more die, 2,739 test +ve Sunday, 07 June 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai With no let up in the worsening coronavirus situation in Maharashtra, as many as 120 more people succumbed to the pandemic and 2,739 others tested positive for Covid-19 in various parts of the State on Saturday.  With fresh deaths and infections, the total number of deaths mounted to 2,969 and the total number of infected cases rose to 82,968 in the state.  Having taken into consideration the total 2,969 deaths and 37,390 patients discharged from various hospitals ever since the outbreak of pandemic in the state, the state health authorities pegged the number of “active cases” in the State at 42,600.  Of the deaths reported on Saturday, Mumbai accounted for 58, while there were 10 deaths each in Thane and Pune, six deaths each in Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar, five deaths each in Mira-Bhayandar, Nashik and Satara,  three deaths in Bhiwandi, two deaths each in Malegaon, Solapur, Aurangabad, Akola and Amravati and one death each in Vasai-Virar and Palghar. With 58 new deaths and 1,274 fresh infections, the total number deaths mounted to 1,577, while the total infected cases rose to 47,354. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that there were 25,794 “active cases” in the metropolis. Out of 120 deceased, 78 were men while 42 were women. Fifty three of them were aged over 60 years, 47 were from the age group 40 to 59 years and 20 were aged below 40 years. “Sixty nine out of 120 patients (57.5%) had high-risk co-morbidities such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease,” a state health bulletin said.  There have been a total of 1198 deaths in Maharashtra during the previous 12 days. On May 26 (Tuesday) the state had witnessed 97 deaths, while there were 105 deaths on May 27, 85 deaths on May 28, 116 deaths on May 29 and 99 deaths on May 30, 89 deaths on May 31, 76 on June 1, 103 on June 2, 122 on June 3, 123 on June 4, 139 on June 5 and 120 on June 6. Some key observations made in Saturday’s bulletin are: the recovery rate in the state is 45.06 per cent and   case fatality rate in the state is 3.57 per cent. Currently, 5,46,566 people are in home quarantine. There are 75,741 beds available in quarantine institutions while 29,098 people are in institutional quarantine now. Out of the total deaths reported today, 30 deaths occurred in the last two days and the rest are from the period 3 rd May to 3 rd June 2020. As many as 85 laboratories are functional in the state for Covid-19 diagnosis – 47 government ones and 38 private ones. Out of 5,37,124 samples sent for laboratory, 82,968 have tested positive for Covid-19 until Saturday.. There are 3603 active containment zones in the state currently. Total 18,422 surveillance squads worked across the State on Saturday and surveillance of 69.82 lakh people has been done so far. 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2020-06-06Coronavirus | Maharashtra cases cross 82,000-mark - The Hindu
Coronavirus | Maharashtra cases cross 82,000-mark Share On States Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Telangana Other States Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Telangana Other States Watch | Explained: Herd immunity and herd masking News States Other States Other States Coronavirus | Maharashtra cases cross 82,000-mark Special Correspondent Mumbai , June 06, 2020 23:08 IST Updated: June 06, 2020 23:08 IST Share Article PRINT A A A On the bright side: Recovered COVID-19 patients after their discharge from Krishna Hospital in Karad on Saturday.   | Photo Credit: PTI Special Correspondent Mumbai , June 06, 2020 23:08 IST Updated: June 06, 2020 23:08 IST State sees 2,739 new COVID-19 cases Maharashtra recorded 2,739 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, pushing its tally to 82,968. The State also recorded 120 more fatalities, taking the death toll to 2,969. The financial capital Mumbai topped the number of fatalities with 58 deaths, the city’s highest single-day jump so far.Also read: Maharashtra reports highest fatality surgeOf the latest victims in the State, 78 were men and 42 were women. More than half of the deceased had co-morbid conditions like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease etc.While Mumbai continues to record the highest number of fatalities in the State, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region has also become a cause of concern. On Saturday, Thane recorded 10 deaths, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar recorded six each, Mira Bhayandar recorded five, Bhiwandi recorded three, Vasai-Viral and Palghar recorded one each. Pune also recorded 10 deaths.The COVID-19 task force formed by the State government interacted with doctors in Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Jalgaon and Bhusawal to discuss the increasing number of cases and deaths, and ways to reduce the mortality. The case fatality rate in the State currently stands at 3.5%.On Saturday, nearly 2,234 patients were discharged from hospitals. Altogether, 37,390 patients have recovered and have been discharged so far, taking the recovery rate to 45%. Presently, 29,098 people are under institutional quarantine.New price capState Health officials on Saturday announced that a new lowered price cap on COVID-19 testing is likely to be decided next week. The cost of the test is currently ₹4,500 and a State-appointed committee is working to further reduce it as the availability of testing kits is not an issue at the moment. The Indian Council of Medical Research has given the go-ahead to all States to rework the price caps. 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. 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2020-06-06Cyclone Nisarga: MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, Palghar - Free Press Journal
Cyclone Nisarga: MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, PalgharBy PTICyclone Nisarga: MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, PalgharAFPThe state-run Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) on Saturday pegged the losses incurred due to cyclone Nisarga at Rs 1.25 crore across parts of Thane and neighbouring Palghar district. The MSEDCL, also known as Mahavitaran or MahaDiscom, in a statement said that its Kalyan circle office bore the maximum brunt of the cyclone that flattened 168 power poles and destroyed eight transformers as well as power lines of 32 -km length in the areas under it. Also ReadCyclone Nisarga aftermath: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray declares Rs 100 crore aid for Raigad Power supply in almost all the affected areas has been restored, it said. MSEDCL's Kalyan circle comprises its mandal offices in Kalyan, Vasai and Palghar, which cover areas including Dombivli, Kalyan East and West, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur, Murbad, Shahapur, Titwala, rural parts of Thane district, Vasai, Virar, Wada, Nalasopara, Palghar, Jawhar, Mokhada, Vikramgad and Boisar, it said. The cyclone destroyed several electricity poles and transformers in these areas and affected the power supply. "As per the preliminary estimates, property worth around Rs 1.25 crore has been damaged," it said. The cyclone had made landfall near Alibaug in Raigad district on Wednesday afternoon.Also ReadLong road to recovery for cyclone-hit people in MaharashtramaharashtrathanePalgharAlibaugMaharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL)cyclone NisargaRecent StoriesMumbai Gas Leak: Here's what we know so far about the gas leak in Chembur, other areasWhy is Harry Potter author JK Rowling being called a ‘transphobe’? Coronavirus in Mumbai: With rise in number of cases, 98% of ICU beds full in cityCoronavirus update: With 57 fatalities in 24 hours, Mumbai sees highest number of deaths on SaturdayCoronavirus in Mumbai: No food, no money to use public toilet, lockdown takes a toll on street children 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
2020-06-06MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, P''ghar - Outlook India
MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, P''ghar Outlook June 06, 2020 14:01 IST MSEDCL pegs loss due to cyclone at Rs 1.25 cr in Thane, P''ghar outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jun 6 (PTI) The state-run Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL) on Saturday pegged the losses incurred due to cyclone Nisarga at Rs 1.25 crore across parts of Thane and neighbouring Palghar district. The MSEDCL, also known as Mahavitaran or MahaDiscom, in a statement said that its Kalyan circle office bore the maximum brunt of the cyclone that flattened 168 power poles and destroyed eight transformers as well as power lines of 32 -km length in the areas under it. Power supply in almost all the affected areas has been restored, it said. MSEDCL''s Kalyan circle comprises its mandal offices in Kalyan, Vasai and Palghar, which cover areas including Dombivli, Kalyan East and West, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur, Murbad, Shahapur, Titwala, rural parts of Thane district, Vasai, Virar, Wada, Nalasopara, Palghar, Jawhar, Mokhada, Vikramgad and Boisar, it said. The cyclone destroyed several electricity poles and transformers in these areas and affected the power supply. "As per the preliminary estimates, property worth around Rs 1.25 crore has been damaged," it said. The cyclone had made landfall near Alibaug in Raigad district on Wednesday afternoon. 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 'Held His Own At The Highest Level', VVS Laxman Hails Harbhajan Singh Hospitals Turning Away Covid-19 Patients Won't Be Spared: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Transfer News: Barcelona To Begin Lionel Messi Contract Talks More from Outlook Magazine It’s A Pity That Dhyan Chand, Balbir Singh Didn’t Get What They Deserved: Ajit Pal Singh A Story Of Denial And Injustice: Was Playing Hockey A Sin For Dhyan Chand And Balbir Singh? Lexical Virtuoso Next Story : Central team visits cylone hit areas of South 24 Parganas Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-06-06Maharashtra sees 2739 new COVID-19 cases with 120 deaths; recovery rate stands at 45.6% - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra sees 2739 new COVID-19 cases with 120 deaths; recovery rate stands at 45.6% Last Updated: 6th June, 2020 20:52 IST Maharashtra Sees 2739 New COVID-19 Cases With 120 Deaths; Recovery Rate Stands At 45.6% Maharashtra's COVID tally rose to 82,968 after 2739 people tested positive for Coronavirus on June 6, Saturday. There are 42,600 active cases at present Written By Prachi Mankani Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally rose to 82,968 after 2,739 people tested positive for Coronavirus on June 6, Saturday. There are 42,600 active cases at present. The number of recovered cases in Maharashtra soared to 37,390 after 2234 COVID-19 patients were discharged in the day.  There were 120 COVID-related deaths reported in the state in the day. Mumbai-58, Thane-10, Navi Mumbai-6, Ulhasnagar-6, Mira-Bhayandar-5, Vasai-Virar-1, Bhivandi-3, Palghar-1, Nashik-5, Malegaon-2 , Pune-10, Satara-5, Solapur-2, Akola -2, Amaravati-2 , Aurangabad -2. The recovery and fatality rate pertaining to COVID-19 in the state stands at 45.6% and 3.57% respectively. While, 5,46,566 people are in-home quarantine, 29,098 people are in institutional quarantine currently. READ: Maharashtra CM meets NCP supremo Sharad Pawar after visiting Cyclone-hit Raigad READ: Negligence in treating COVID-19 cases a serious issue: Maharashtra Dy CM Ajit Pawar Maharashtra To Procure 10,000 Vials Of Remdesivir For Treating COVID-19 Patients The Maharashtra government will procure 10,000 vials of anti-viral drug Remdesivir for treating COVID-19 patients, State Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Saturday. Remdesivir is the first drug that showed positive results in COVID-19 patients in formal clinical trials. India's Union Health Ministry had on Tuesday approved its emergency use to treat COVID-19 patients. On Twitter, Rajesh Tope said that the anti-viral drug has generated promising results against other coronavirus-caused diseases like MERS and SARS based on evidence from animal and clinical studies in labs. He cited the World Health Organisation's positive take on the drug in COVID-19 treatment and said it is being made available for poor and needy patients. Remdesivir was granted emergency use authorization by the US Food and Drug Administration last month and has received approval by Japanese health regulators. In May, the WHO welcomed data from a US government-run clinical trial showing the drug appeared to be effective in reducing recovery times for COVID-19 patients.  READ: Maharashtra sees 'significant' drop in serious crimes during coronavirus lockdown READ:  Maharashtra: NTCA get complaint of illegal tree cutting in Navegaon Nagzira Tiger Reserve First Published: 6th June, 2020 20:52 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 44 mins ago C'garh: 4 Naxal couriers held in Bastar, 695 bullets seized 52 mins ago Youth shot dead by militants in Baramulla: Police 56 mins ago 2 persons test positive for COVID-19 in Arunachal Pradesh, total at 49 1 hour ago 9 IAS officers shifted in Punjab 38 mins ago With 233 fresh cases, Bihar's COVID-19 tally rises to 4,831 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's 'Commander-level talks' at Moldo conclude after 5 hours, delegations return Coronavirus Live Updates: India's total cases rise to 2,36,657; over one lakh recovered Delhi govt orders all hospitals to not bar patients' entry for 'no COVID positive report' Mumbai's COVID-19 battle: Factors that the city is grappling with to overcome the pandemic FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-06-06Over 100 Corona deaths in Maharashtra for 4th consecutive day, Total nears 3K mark - ummid.com
Over 100 Corona deaths in Maharashtra for 4th consecutive day, Total nears 3K mark Maharashtra has recorded an encouraging recovery rate of 45.06 per cent and a mortality rate of 3.57 per cent Saturday June 6, 2020 11:00 PM, Quaid Najmi, IANS Mumbai: For the fourth consecutive day, Maharashtra recorded 100-plus fatalities, adding 120 new Covid-19 deaths on Saturday, pushing up the states toll to 2,969, health officials said here. The state recorded its fourth highest single-day death figures on Friday, making it the fourth time in June and the sixth time in the last 11 days that the state has witnessed a 100-plus toll. The previous highs of three-digit tallies were -- a death toll of 103 (June 2), 122 (June 3), 123 (June 4), 139 (June 5) and 120 on Saturday. Total Corona deaths Maharashtra Saturday's toll includes 90 deaths in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region alone -- the worst-hit in the country, besides 2,739 new positive cases added on Saturday in the state. This comes to roughly one death every 12 minutes, and an average 114 new cases notched every hour in the state. Maharashtra has been recording 75-plus fatalities and new patients over 2K daily for the past 12 days, with the previous single-day highest figures of 3,041 infections notched on May 24. With 120 fatalities, the state death toll has touched 2,969 while the total number of coronavirus patients increased from Friday's 80,229 to 82,968 on Saturday. The health department said that of the total number of cases declared till date, 42,600 are active cases on Saturday, marking an increase of 385 over Friday's 42,215. The state has recorded an encouraging recovery rate of 45.06 per cent and a mortality rate of 3.57 per cent. Of the total 120 fatalities on Saturday, 58 were recorded in Mumbai alone -- taking the city's death toll up from Friday's 1,519 to 1,577 now, while the number of Covid-19 positive patients here shot up by 1,274 cases to touch 47,354 now. Besides Mumbai's 58 deaths, there were 30 fatalities in Thane (Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander, Bhiwandi), 10 in Pune, 7 in Nashik, 5 in Satara, and 2 each in Palghar, Solapur, Aurangabad, Akola and Amravati. The victims comprised 78 men and 42 women and nearly 56 per cent of them suffered from other serious ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, heart problems and asthma. Over 37K discharged On the positive side, a total of 2,234 fully cured patients returned home on Saturday, taking the number of those discharged to 37,390 now. Dharavi -- Asia's biggest slum in Mumbai -- remained a problematic hotspot with 10 new cases getting reported on Saturday, taking the total number of infections to 1,899, besides 71 deaths till date. Following instances of patients dying while waiting for ambulances, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to allot beds and send ambulances to Covid-19 or other seriously ailing patients at all its 24 wards through the 1916 Helpline. In a noble initiative, the founder of an NGO, Mohit Bharatiya Foundation, Mohit Bharatiya, has submitted a proposal to the BMC on the disposal of Covid-19 or other types of dead bodies. Bharatiya assured that the foundation, at its expense, will perform the last rites of all such bodies as per their religious tenets, adhering to full Covid-19 protocols and other procedures as stipulated by the BMC. Barbers' association call for protest Meanwhile, the National Barbers' Confederation has given a call for a nationwide protest on June 10, against the government for not permitting hair-cutting salons and beauty parlours to resume their businesses, which has jeopardized the lives of over a million people in this state alone, said Dattatreya Anarase of the Maharashtra Nabhik Mahamandal. The MMR (Thane Division) continued to cause grave concerns with 90 new Covid-19 deaths, taking the toll to 1,993 and positive cases touching 62,615 on Saturday. Though trailing a distant third after MMR, Pune Division fatalities touched 523, besides 11,176 patients. Since June 1, Thane district, with 12,464 cases and 322 fatalities, has zoomed past Pune district which has 9,289 patients and 400 deaths. Maharashtra districtwise corona cases The next major region of concern is the Nashik Division with 230 deaths and 2,836 positive cases, followed by Aurangabad Division with 98 fatalities and 2,322 cases, and Akola Division with 60 deaths and 1,306 cases. Latur Division has recorded 15 deaths and 474 cases, followed by Kolhapur Division with 20 deaths and 1,248 patients, and Nagpur Division with 12 deaths and 926 cases. The number of people sent to home quarantine increased from Friday's 545,947 to 546,566 on Saturday, while those in institutional quarantine went down by 1,193 to 29,098 now. In relieving news for patients, there are as many as 75,741 beds currently available for Covid-19 quarantine in the state. The state's containment zones increased from 3,479 to 3,603 on Saturday while 18,422 health teams have fanned out around the state to survey a population of around 69.82 lakh till date. (Quaid Najmi can be contacted at q.najmi@ians.in) For all the latest News, Opinions and Views, download ummid.com App. Select Language To Read in Urdu, Hindi, Marathi or Arabic. 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2020-06-05All shops in Kalyan-Dombivli open shutters, civic officials show rulebook - Hindustan Times
2020-06-05Kalyan records 52 new Covid cases - Hindustan Times
2020-06-05Maharashtra: Covid-19 cases reach close to 500 in Ulhasnagar; total deaths stand at 30 - Times of India
Maharashtra: Covid-19 cases reach close to 500 in Ulhasnagar; total deaths stand at 30Maharashtra: Covid-19 cases reach close to 500 in Ulhasnagar; total deaths stand at 30Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jun 5, 2020, 21:41 ISTDespite many restrictions on first day of relaxation, heavy rush was seen on shops and also traffi