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2020-07-31Twin Cops Who Were on Covid-19 Duty Throughout Pandemic Succumb to Infection 10 Days Apart - News18
Twin Cops Who Were on Covid-19 Duty Throughout Pandemic Succumb to Infection 10 Days Apart Image used for representation: (PTI photo) Deputy commissioner of police Pramod Shewale said both the brothers remained on duty throughout the pandemic and got the infection while performing their duty. News18.com Last Updated: July 31, 2020, 9:25 AM IST Share this: Posted as constables in the Maharashtra police and undergoing treatment for Covid-19, twin brothers succumbed to the virus 10 days apart.According to a report in Hindustan Times, the brothers had joined the Maharashtra Police force together in 1991. The report said that 56-year-old Dilip Ghodke from Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar died on July 20. On Thursday, his brother Jaysingh Ghodke, a constable with Ambernath police station, succumbed to the infection at a hospital in Dombivli.Deputy commissioner of police, zone 4, Pramod Shewale said both the brothers remained on duty throughout the pandemic and got the infection while performing their duty.“My father was working throughout the pandemic. He suffered a lot with the disease, however, we are very grateful to the entire police team for supporting us till the end and also taking care of my father,” Jaisingh’s son Manish Ghodke was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.
2020-07-31COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai's recovery rate climbs to 76%; Maharashtra death toll nears 15,000 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai's recovery rate climbs to 76%; Maharashtra death toll nears 15,000Jul 31, 2020, 23.34PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai's recovery rate climbs to 76%; Maharashtra death toll nears 15,000Despite various measures, the COVID-19 situation in the country remains grim with record-high numbers being reported every day. While the country saw a spike of 55,000 new cases, Maharashtra too reported a record-high of 11,147 cases. At present, there are 5.45 lakh active cases in the country. The total number of cases in the state stands at 4.11 lakh including 1.49 lakh active cases. Mumbai reported 1,208 cases on Thursday while the larger Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) accounted for 3,499 cases. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray took stock of the situation in Pune and asked the district administration to set up its first jumbo COVID-19 treatment centre by August 20. The government has now also given permission to start malls and markets from August 5.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-07-31 23:34(IST) Jharkhand records 826 new cases and 2 deaths todayJharkhand recorded 826 new cases and 2 new deaths today. The total number of cases have climbed to 11,314 and 6894 active cases. As many as 4314 patients have been recovered and discharged. The death toll stands at 106.2020-07-31 22:08(IST) Highest single day spike at over 55,000 new Covid-19 cases on Friday, govt points out high recovery rate at 64.54 percentIndia registered a record single-day spike in Covid-19 cases on Friday with more than 55,000 new cases taking the total tally over 16 lakh in the country with 6.42 lakh samples tested in a day. Even as India recorded over 50,000 new cases per day for the second day in a row, the increasing recovery rate was cited as a ‘milestone’ by Health Minister Harsh Vardhan at the 19th meeting of a high-level Group of Ministers (GoM) on Covid-19. Out of the over 16 lakh cases, more than 10 lakh Covid-19 positive patients have recovered so far taking the national average recovery rate to 64.54 percent. Read story here2020-07-31 21:30(IST) Plasma donors to be rewarded with Rs 5,000 in Andhra PradeshPlasma donors will get a Rs 5,000 cash reward in Andhra Pradesh. Chief minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy announced this on Friday. Plasma donation is picking up in both the Telugu states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. In Hyderabad, several individuals, who recovered from the infection, have started coordinating with like-minded people for plasma donation. Read story here2020-07-31 21:02(IST) Rajasthan Governor calls upon cured patients to donate plasmaRajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra on Friday called upon cured COVID-19 patients to donate plasma for the treatment of those affected by the infection in the state.A tweet from the Raj Bhavan Rajasthan in Hindi said, "Honorable Governor Shri Kalraj Mishra Ji called upon people recovering from Covid-19 in the state to donate their plasma so that patients suffering from COVID-19 can be treated with plasma therapy through a plasma bank established in the state."In a video message with the tweet, Mishra said, "Plasma therapy is an effective treatment for coronavirus infection. Plasma can be given by only those who have been cured of coronavirus. At present in the state, around 27,000 people have been cured and they should come forward to donate plasma so that those affected with COVID-19 can be cured."2020-07-31 20:44(IST) COVID-19 July 31 HighlightsMaharashtra recorded 10,320 new coronavirus cases on Friday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 4,22,118. Also, 265 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 14,994 and the fatality rate to 3.55 per cent, as per the latest information shared by the state health department.Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of July 31 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and the rest of the country2020-07-31 20:44(IST) Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 50 cases; Ambernath sees a jumpUlhasnagar reported 54 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,795. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 62 new COVID-19 cases taking the total number to 3,790. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 51 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,565 with 47 deaths. Read full report here2020-07-31 20:02(IST) Dharavi reports five new casesThe residents of Dharavi have managed to contain the outbreak and only five more persons tested positive for coronavirus, taking the figures to 2,556 on Friday. The slum-clusters of Dharavi in the city now has 77 active cases, while 2,228 patients have been cured/discharged. Meanwhile, 23 more COVID-19 positive cases were reported from Mahim area, taking the total number of positive cases in the area to 1,695. There are 211 active cases in the area while 1,413 patients have been discharged post recovery.2020-07-31 20:01(IST) Dadar continues to witness single-day jumpDadar continued to witness a jump in its daily coronavirus count with 41 people testing positive for the novel coronavirus in the last 24 hours, though it was lower than the previous day's spike of 45 cases. Dadar reported a total number of 1,775 COVID-19 positive cases on Friday. There are 469 active cases, while 1,233 patients have been discharged post recovery.2020-07-31 19:26(IST) Kerala reports 1,310 new COVID-19 cases in last 24 hoursKerala has reported 1,310 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, according to the state Health Department.According to the daily COVID-19 update, there are 10,495 active cases while 13,027 cases have recovered from the virus.There are 864 new negative cases reported, said the Health Department.With the highest single-day spike of 55,079 COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, India's coronavirus count crossed 16 lakh mark on Friday.2020-07-31 18:55(IST) Delhi reports 1,195 new COVID-19 cases, 27 deaths in last 24 hoursWith 1,195 new COVID-19 cases and 27 deaths in the last 24 hours, Delhi's coronavirus count crossed 1.3 lakh on Friday.A total of 1,206 patients have recovered or have been discharged in the last 24 hours, a Delhi government health bulletin said.The total number of cases has risen to 1,35,598 including 10,705 active cases and 1,20,930 recovered/discharged/migrated patients. The health bulletin said 3,963 persons have died due to the virus.2020-07-31 18:23(IST) Use ayurvedic and homeopathy medicines to fight COVID-19, suggests Karnataka governor Vajubhai ValaKarnataka governor Vajubhai Vala has suggested the government to use ayurvedic and homeopathy medicines to fight against Covid-19. He made the suggestion on Friday when Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa called him to brief on the State government's efforts in containing the virus spread. Read more05:42 PM (IST) Nurses at COVID-19 hospital protest against Thane Municipal CorporationThe nurses and staff members working at the Thane Municipal Corporation's (TMC) COVID-19 hospital on Friday protested against the civic body after they were informed about their last day as the contract was being given to a private player.The development comes despite a dearth of manpower in the COVID hospital at Global Hub in Balkum.Over a hundred nurses and other staff members who were told about their last day at the hospital (since the contract had been given to a private player) protested outside the TMC office.2020-07-31 17:16(IST) COVID-19: Five posts to welcome the weekendFrom creating music out of barcodes to making art on excel sheets, the internet has become a haven for all things entertaining. Here's a daily round-up of posts curated by us from the internet to welcome the weekend. Read more04:26 PM (IST) Mission Begin Again: Mumbai malls put safety protocols in place ahead of reopeningAs part of ‘Mission Begin Again’, the government allowed malls to open from August 5, from 9 am to 7 pm. Mall owners have set up protocols based on global practices in sanitisation and social distancing measures. UV scanners for disinfecting handbags and shopping bags have also been installed. Food courts, bars and cinemas will remain closed.2020-07-31 16:24(IST) Thane extends lockdown in hotspots till August 31The Municipal Corporation of Thane (TMC) on Friday announced that lockdown in the city will be extended until August 31 in order to curb the spread of coronavirus. However, the extension has been put in place only for the areas which have been identified as hotspots by the civic body. The areas which do not fall under the category of red zones will resume operations as per the government's Mission Begin Again. A circular signed by TMC Commissioner Vipin Sharma stated, "To contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the civic body has decided to extend the lockdown in the hotspots of the city till August 31, 5 pm." Read the full story here2020-07-31 16:11(IST) Thane: Nurses at COVID hospital protest as TMC gives contract to a private contractorThe nurses and staff members working at the Thane Municipal Corporation's (TMC) COVID-19 hospital on Friday protested against the civic body after they were informed about their last day as the contract was being given to a private player. The development comes despite a dearth of manpower in the COVID hospital at Global Hub in Balkum. Over a hundred nurses and other staff members who were told about their last day at the hospital (since the contract had been given to a private player) protested outside the TMC office. Read the full story here2020-07-31 16:08(IST) Gujarat HC strikes down State government resolution prohibiting schools from collecting feesIn a major setback to the parents and the state government, a bench of the Gujarat High Court has struck down a resolution prohibiting private schools from charging fees between dates of physical closure of the school till actual teaching starts. Meanwhile, online education will be continued across the state. The HC had termed the resolution issued on July 16 as 'absurd' and asked the government to negotiate the fees and strike balance between parents and private schools. Both the parties should negotiate with 'open mind and open heart' and decide the fees, the court had said. "The Gujarat HC has struck down the resolution asking private schools to not charge fees and asked both the parties to start negotiating about fees," said Rahil Jain who appeared for one of the parents. Read the full story here2020-07-31 14:56(IST) India's COVID-19 recovery rate stands at 64.54 per centIndia's COVID-19 recovery rate now stands at 64.54 per cent, said Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan here on Friday. "In the last 24 hours, we have crossed the 1-million mark of patients who have recovered from COVID-19. Today we have 10, 57,805 who people have now recovered. The total number of cases across the country now stands at 16,38,870 cases," Dr Harsh Vardhan said at the Group of Ministers (GoM) meeting here. He added, "Two-third of the cases have recovered and have gone home. The fatality rate is also coming down and today it stands at 2.18 per cent. The recovery rate has improved to 64.54 per cent. The doubling rate is right now standing at 21 days." Read the full story here2020-07-31 14:33(IST) 121 more Maharashtra Police personnel test positive for COVID-19 while 2 died in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll to 1022020-07-31 14:25(IST) Raj Thackeray says unlock everything, predicts Uddhav Thackeray-led MVA may not last longThe MNS chief also added that Uddhav Thackeray was seen on TV, but the government's work was not visible. READ MORENextRecent 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. 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2020-07-31CM announces slum rehabilitation schemes for cities - Hindustan Times
2020-07-314 private hospitals in Ulhasnagar under the scanner for overcharging Covid patients - Hindustan Times
2020-07-31COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 50 cases; Ambernath sees a jump - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 50 cases; Ambernath sees a jumpYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 50 cases; Ambernath sees a jumpWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 31, 2020, 20:40 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto for representative purpose onlyThane: Ulhasnagar reported 54 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,795. Also, with 135 recoveries on Friday, as many as 5,396 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 1,268 while 131 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 54 new cases, the maximum of 24 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by nine each in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-5, seven in Ulhasnagar-1 and four in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 62 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 3,790. At present, 475 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 151 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,164 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Friday, 51 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,565 with 47 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Deep Aarti, Aptewadi and Sonivali, while the remaining were from Shirgaon, Katrap, Rameshwadi, Hendrepada, Barrage Road, Pranjee Garden, MHADA Colony, DP Road, Belauli, Kharvai, Manjarli, TV Tower and Shivaji Pada. So far, 2,196 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 322 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.83 per cent and the recovery rate at 85.61 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badl...May 16, 202018000 arrested, over 95000 cases registered in Maharashtra for lockdo...May 06, 2020 Secure your Working Premises & be safe with Leaptor ProductsLeaptorThe time for progress is now. The Audi A6 powered by TFSI.Audi2 & 3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37L with 20+ amenitiesBrigade El DoradoModern & classic furniture built to stand the test of time.Sofas & More. Insure against uncertainties, with HDFC LifeHDFC LifeHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times If everything has a Value, then what about News?QuorHome Learning Program for Child with Developmental Delays.Mom’s Belief#MonsterShot:64MP Intelli-Cam |Single Take| Starting Rs19499Samsung Galaxy M31sGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareRead to know how to strengthen your financial immunitySBI Life InsurancePower of Ayurveda & Nutritional science for knee pain reliefGo365
2020-07-31Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsMumbai RainsMaharashtra Unlock 3.0 GuidelinesMumbai Corona UpdateMumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jul 31, 2020, 09:33 ISTPhoto for representative purpose onlyThe Maharashtra government announced extension of the general lockdown until July 31 with an aim to contain the Covid-19 surge. The notification issued by the state government has also restricted inter-district travel between municipal corporations within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to that for office purposes and essential activities like medical reasons. * Update at 9.30am: India's Covid-19 tally crosses 16 lakh mark with the highest single-day spike of 55,079 positive cases & 779 deaths in the last 24 hours. *Maharashtra reported 11,147 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday, its single highest addition in a day so far since the beginning of the pandemic. The highest addition until then was 10,576 on July 22. The total cases in the state are now 4,11,798; of these, 1,48,150 are active cases. *An estimated 17,220 Covid-19 patients were intravenously administered Remdesivir and 28,250 more were given Tocilizumab injections in the state between June 15 and July 28, shows data compiled by the Food and Drug Administration. *The death toll from Covid-19 in the Maharashtra Police reached 100 on Thursday after Ambernath constable Jaisingh Ghodke (56) died within 10 days of his twin Dilip, also a policeman. “Jaisingh underwent a Covid test on July 21, but it came negative. Two days later, he complained of breathlessness and was rushed to a hospital in Ulhasnagar. His second test report, on July 28, came positive following which he was shifted to two hospitals in Dombivli in one day. But he died early on Thursday,” said an officer. *The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) added nearly 205 Covid beds by enlisting four private hospitals to treat Covid-19 patients. *An 80-year-old woman who was at the Thane Mental Hospital for the past 43 years and a male inmate admitted in February became the first two victims from the institution to succumb to Covid-19 in a week. The deaths have highlighted the unique challenges of infection control in the state’s four mental health institutions, where most patients are incapable of understanding social distancing and hygiene norms. *Essential service employees who have been allowed to travel on suburban local trains may be allowed to undertake the journey without QR-based e-passes till August 10. They will be allowed on the trains based on the I-cards issued by their departments. 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2020-07-31Twin cops die 10 days apart, Maharashtra police toll 100 - Times of India
Twin cops die 10 days apart, Maharashtra police toll 100Top Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsMumbai RainsMaharashtra Unlock 3.0 GuidelinesMumbai Corona UpdateTwin cops die 10 days apart, Maharashtra police toll 100Nitasha Natu, Narayan Namboodiri & Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jul 31, 2020, 08:52 ISTThe twins had joined the Maharashtra police force in 1991MUMBAI: An Ambernath constable who succumbed to Covid-19 within 10 days of his twin—also a policeman—became the 100th casualty from the Maharashtra police on Thursday. Only one of the deceased was a woman as the force has kept female personnel away from field duty. In a silver lining, the recovery rate in the state police has touched 78% as of the 9,096 who tested positive so far, 7,084 have recovered. Mumbai police has a higher recovery rate of 82%—of the 3,865 cases recorded so far, 3,156 have beaten Covid. Siblings Jaisingh and Dilip Ghodke (56) had joined the Maharashtra police force in 1991. Jaisingh, who died on Thursday, was on mandatory leave considering his age and co-morbidities. Mulund cop died even as recovered colleagues lined up to donate plasmaThe death toll from Covid-19 in the Maharashtra Police reached 100 on Thursday after Ambernath constable Jaisingh Ghodke (56) died within 10 days of his twin Dilip, also a policeman. “Jaisingh underwent a Covid test on July 21, but it came negative. Two days later, he complained of breathlessness and was rushed to a hospital in Ulhasnagar. His second test report, on July 28, came positive following which he was shifted to two hospitals in Dombivli in one day. But he died early on Thursday,” said an officer. Colleagues said the twins seemed fine until Dilip took ill and was hospitalised. “He died on July 20. Within three days, Ja isingh fell ill,” said a colleague. Head constable Bharat Patil from Navghar police station in Mulund was the 99th casualty in the state police force. He died on Tuesday even as his colleagues, who had recovered from Covid, had lined up to donate plasma. Patil, who had comorbidities, was moved to Gurunanak Hospital in Bandra on July 9. “A female officer and a constable from our police station had recovered from Covid and we sent them to Gurunanak on July 28. We had also readied a backup of two other recovered cops. But Patil died the same day,” said inspector Uttam Rikame. Patil’s wife too was in the hospital for 10 days. “It is not clear how he got infected when he was assigned work from home duty given his age and comorbidities,” said an officer. Patil was tasked with contract tracing those kept in home quarantine. He would report to the police station every week. The police force’s inability to maintain physical distancing is believed to be the key reason for its personnel getting infected. Those sent on mandatory leave have not been spending all the time indoors or live in cramped homes with common toilets. “We have made SOPs on hand hygiene and social distancing on the job, but when a policeman is off duty, there is no guarantee that he won’t catch an infection around home or during travel,” said Milind Bharambe, special inspector general (law & order), Maharashtra police. The force is working hard on keeping the recovery rate high. “In Thane, we have two special cells that check on every Covid-19 positive cop twice a day. If the patient is on oxygen, then our cells check on him thrice and if he is critical, we speak to his doctor as well. If there is a requirement for drugs, efforts are made for immediate procurement,” Thane police chief Vivek Phansalkar said. “At least 19 personnel who were in the ICCU for 10 days have recovered and are back home.” DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCovid-19 vaccineCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaRajasthan Government NewsNasa Mars Mission 2020Coronavirus India update liveNew Education Policy 2020Ashok GehlotIPL 2020 newsTBSE HS ResultSonia Gandhi healthTN 11th Result 2020LATEST VIDEOSMumbaiMaharashtra: ED conducts raids at 3 premises in Aurangabad, seizes cash and gold Mumbai: 17-yr-old footpath dweller scores 40% in SSC exam CityShocking: Youth thrashed, made to drink urine over ‘illicit affair’ in Rajasthan's Barmer Herd immunity cannot be a strategic choice or option for India, says Centre Karnataka: Car washed away in stream, narrow escape for passengers Bizarre violation of Covid-19 norms: Kerala businessman holds roadshow with new Mercedes Benz, booked More from TOIBarley vs wheat: Which is Better?Grocery shopping tips to stay safe amid coronavirusFace shields for an added protection when you step out of your homeWebcams with built-in mic for easy vlogging and conferencingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksCoronavirus IndiaDevendra FadnavisCoronavirusAaditya ThackerayMaharashtra GovernmentSharad PawarNCPAjit PawarMumbai weatherSanjay RautDawood IbrahimMumbai MetroUddhav ThackerayShiv SenaGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerNBT Gold PodcastEi Samay Gold PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsCoronavirus cases in IndiaRajasthan Government NewsNasa Mars Mission 2020Coronavirus India update liveNew Education Policy 2020Ashok GehlotIPL 2020 newsTBSE HS ResultSonia Gandhi healthTN 11th Result 2020TN Results 2020UK Board Result 2020NewsVaralakshmi Vratam 2020Coronavirus 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 webED Writes to Bihar PoliceSSR Family LawyerSushant FatherSushant Family MembersRhea ChakrabortyAnkita LokhandeHardik-NatasaSSR Trainer Opens UpUttarakhand Char DhamTrending topicsSushant SisterAbhishek BachchanSushant Family LawyerSushant CaseEid MubarakEid-ul-Adha WishesEid Hindi WishesFriendship Day MessagesFriendship Day WishesEid Mubarak WishesCoronavirus VaccineRaksha Bandhan WishesAmazon App Quiz TodaySamsung M31s Launch TodayWhatsApp New FeaturePoco M2 ProMicrowave Oven OnlineBangalore NewsFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. 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2020-07-30COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 60 cases; 39 test positive in Ambernath - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 60 cases; 39 test positive in AmbernathYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 60 cases; 39 test positive in AmbernathWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 30, 2020, 20:54 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Reuters photosThane: Ulhasnagar reported 68 new coronavirus cases on Thursday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,741. Also, with 218 recoveries on Thursday, as many as 5,261 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 1,352 while 128 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 68 new cases, the maximum of 27 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 16 in Ulhasnagar-3, 15 in Ulhasnagar-5, six in Ulhasnagar-1 and four in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 39 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday taking the total number to 3,728. At present, 465 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 148 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,115 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Thursday, 67 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,514 with 44 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Barrage Road, Manav Park, Near Vivekanand Society, Panvelkar Heights and Swapna Nagari while the remaining were from Phadke Road, Hendrepada, Rameshwadi, Patil Pada, Shivaji Chowk, Dattawadi, Katrap, Thanekar Hillcrest, Sanewadi, Shirgaon and Samarth Nagar. So far, 2,175 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 295 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.75 per cent and the recovery rate at a whopping 86.52 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badl...May 16, 202018000 arrested, over 95000 cases registered in Maharashtra for lockdo...May 06, 2020 Get 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoRead all your favourite pieces of Content, at one place.QuorThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times Home Learning Program for Child with Developmental Delays.Mom’s BeliefCOMPLEX SECURITY, SIMPLIFIEDDell India#MonsterShot:64MP Intelli-Cam |Single Take| Starting Rs19499Samsung Galaxy M31sInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj Allianz2BHK Homes at Devanahalli Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker
2020-07-30Maharashtra: Twins who joined police department together die due to Covid-19 - Times of India
Maharashtra: Twins who joined police department together died due to Covid-19Maharashtra: Twins who joined police department together die due to Covid-19Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jul 30, 2020, 21:55 ISTThe twins had joined the Maharashtra Police in 1991.KALYAN: Two brothers - twins - from Ulhasnagar, who had joined the Maharashtra Police together in 1991, succumbed to the Covid-19 infection in the span of 10 days. In the first case, 55-year old Dilip Ghodke, who was posted at Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar, died due to Covid-19 during treatment on July 20. His brother Jaisingh Ghodke, who was posted at Ambernath police station, died on Thursday morning during treatment at a Dombivli-based dedicated Covid hospital. Jagganath Girase, an assistant sub inspector at Ambernath police station, knew the two brothers for the past 19 years. "It is really shocking for all of us in the police department. Both the brothers were very good in nature and used to help people," Girase said. "Both the brothers did not had any illness and they were fine. When Dilip was admitted at the hospital after testing positive for the infection, he had told his family not to worry about him as he will get cured. However, within a week he lost his battle against Covid-19," he added. "Two days after Dilip's death, his brother Jaisingh also started feeling unwell and he too got admitted at Ulhasnagar-4-based Covid-19 hospital. He was later shifted to a Dombivli Covid hospital at Savlaram sports complex where he died during treatment on Thursday morning," a family member said. Family members said the twins were born in 1965. They both joined the police force together in 1991 and served police department for almost 29 years. 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2020-07-30COVID-19: Maharashtra crosses 4 lakh cases; Mumbai's growth rate dips below 1 per cent - Mid-day
COVID-19: Maharashtra records highest recoveries, lowest cases in fortnight There were nearly 300 COVID-related deaths in the state as well, led by 60 in Mumbai followed by 50 in Pune. In other districts, there were 26 deaths in Thane, 17 in Aurangabad, 15 each in Kalyan, Dombivli and Solapur, seven each in Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Vasai-Virar, six in Navi Mumbai, five each in Raigad, Nashik, Dhule and Nagpur, three each in Mira Bhayandar, Nandurbar and Amravati, two each in Panvel, Latur, Beed and and one each in Palghar, Hingoli, Washim and involving a resident of another state. Maharashtra's mortality rate now stands at 3.61 per cent. Civic officials said that among the 60 deaths in Mumbai, 42 were suffering from other ailments and 48 deaths involved senior citizens. The average growth rate for Mumbai now stands at 0.97 per cent and 12 administrative wards either have a growth of 1 per cent or higher. D ward continues to have the highest growth rate of 1.8 per cent followed by R Central and T wards. L ward (Kurla) became the ninth ward to cross the 5,000-mark and three other wards have more than 5,000 cases each while four wards have more than 6,000 cases. Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Tags lockdownCoronavirusmumbaimaharashtramumbai news Mumbai Khabar: Cops say Sushant's father never alleged abetment; 20 per cent water cut in cit
2020-07-304 private hospitals in Ulhasnagar under the scanner for overcharging Covid patients - Hindustan Times
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2020-07-29Thane forms 14-member task force to tackle Covid - Mumbai Mirror
Thane forms 14-member task force to study and tackle COVID-19 spreadYou are in an offline modeThane forms 14-member task force to study and tackle COVID-19 spreadByDavid DelimaDavid Delima / Updated: Jul 29, 2020, 07:58 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto by Prashant NarvekarIt will monitor, study and tackle the growing spread of the novel coronavirus in the district, one of the most infected in the country. The Thane collector’s office on Tuesday authorised a 14-member task force to oversee the Covid-19 response, given it remains one of the most infected districts in the country. According to the order passed by Rajesh Narvekar, the task force, consisting of medical experts, has been formed to monitor, study and effectively tackle the growing spread of the novel coronavirus in the district. Dr Kailash Pawar, chief surgeon of Thane Civil Hospital, said the task force will have three main roles: Disseminating information on government policies, mentoring and conducting webinars, and monitoring patient treatment and discharge policies at government and private hospitals. Thane: Flat buyers up in arms after TMC converts building into COVID-19 facilityBuyers waiting to take possession now face new setback following the municipality’s decision. “The task force will monitor whether the hospitals need any assistance in clinical management, guiding treating doctors with information while also keeping an eye on hospital management while admitting and discharging patients,” Pawar said. “We have also tasked them with monitoring death rates and whether hospitals are maintaining proper patient documentation,” he added. The order states that the dean of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital, Dr Pratibha Sawant, will head the task force, while members include the heads of the hospital’s medicine, chest and tuberculosis, microbiology and anaesthesia departments, which are currently running an isolation ward for patients at the hospital in Kalwa. IMA slams Thane hospital’s licence suspensionThe Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Sunday wrote to the chief minister, criticising the Thane Municipal Corporation’s move to suspend the licence of Horizon Prime Hospital, a private facility in Thane, over allegations of overcharging patients. IMA Maharashtra President Dr Avinash Bhondwe requested an urgent meeting In addition, medical officers of health (MoHs) for the municipal corporations of Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi will also be part of the task force, along with Dr Santosh Kadam, newly elected president of the IMA’s Thane chapter. According to the state government’s coronavirus report on Tuesday, the district has recorded 87,790 cases so far, of which 34,471 are active, while 50,932 patients have recovered. The Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation has the highest number of cases at 21,401 and the Bhiwandi-Nizampur City Municipal Corporation has the lowest, at 3,715. RELATED NEWSThane forms 14-member task force to study and tackle COVID-19 spreadJul 29, 2020I was at the ATMJun 26, 2020Lack of manpower, medical waste everywhere: Bhiwandi’s only governmen...Jun 19, 2020 Sofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Get stunning looks with Beardo at a stunning price.TIMESPOINTSThe time for progress is now. The Audi A6 powered by TFSI.AudiHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesEverybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorInsure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj Allianz Get 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareSafety just a click away.The Volvo XC90Samsung Galaxy S20 Series. Own Now @ ₹3099.Samsung Galaxy S20Get faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoPower of Ayurveda & Nutritional science for knee pain reliefGo365
2020-07-29COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 85 fresh cases; Ambernath, Badlapur witness surge in recoveries - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 85 fresh cases; Ambernath, Badlapur witness surge in recoveriesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 85 fresh cases; Ambernath, Badlapur witness surge in recoveriesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 29, 2020, 21:14 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday reported 85 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 6,673. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 124 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 5,043 have recovered. Out of the 85 cases, the maximum number of 36 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 23 in Ulhasnagar-3, 16 in Ulhasnagar-5, eight in Ulhasnagar-1 and only two in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 1,506 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. Untitled Carousel COVID-19 July 29 Highlights: Mumbai reports 1,118 new cases; Gyms, yoga institutes to open from August 5Maharashtra recorded 9,211 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 4,00,651. Also, 298 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 14,463 and the fatality rate to 3.61 per cent, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 46 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 2,447 with 44 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC), so far, 2,037 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 366. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Belauli, Gandhi Chowk, Mohan Valley and Rameshwadi, while the remaining were from Hendrepada, Shivaji Chowk, near Gaondevi temple, Sanjay Nagar, New Vadavali, Katrap, Ambedkar Chowk, MHADA Colony, Swapna Nagari, Manjarli, Shaninagar and Aptewadi. Untitled Carousel Unlock 3 Guidelines: No night curfew, gyms, yoga institutes to open from August 5The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on July 29 issued new guidelines for opening up of more activities in areas outside containment zones, as a part of Unlock 3.0, which will come into effect from August 1. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 80 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday and the case count has now climbed to 3,681, along with 146 fatalities. As many as 3,057 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Council now stands at 483. The COVID-19 fatality rate of Ambernath stands at 0.23 per cent while the recovery rate is at 86.60 per cent. In Photos: With help of aggressive testing, Mumbai sees lowest number of fresh COVID-19 cases in three months16Mumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsOwing to aggressive testing rates and precautions taken, Mumbai saw the lowest number of cases in three months on Tuesday. "Only 700 cases today in Mumbai & that too with highest testing till date in Mumbai in a single day (8776).This is chase the virus in full capacity. A major relief after 3 months (sic)," Aaditya Thackeray wrote. He further added that the 'Chase the Virus' model of Mumbai is being implemented in the MMR region actively, which has meant ramped up of facilities in the past few weeks.Medical professionals are conducting door-to-door checks in vulnerable regions as well as setting up swab test camps in hotspots. Photos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhoto by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCL RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badl...May 16, 202018000 arrested, over 95000 cases registered in Maharashtra for lockdo...May 06, 2020 Insure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Everybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatware2BHK Homes at Devanahalli Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of Hiranandani Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionIndustry based academia. Peer learning and interactionsIMT- GhaziabadDust-off dandruff this monsoon with ayurveda & SAVE 50% OFFmoha:ALL YOU NEED, ALL IN ONE PLACEDell IndiaA free 3-day summit to transform your GATE & ESE prepUnacademyBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El Dorado
2020-07-28Over 10,000 new recoveries reported in Maharashtra; COVID-19 tally surges to 3.91 lakh - Republic World - Republic World
Over 10,000 new recoveries reported in Maharashtra; COVID-19 tally surges to 3.91 lakh Last Updated: 28th July, 2020 22:16 IST Over 10,000 New Recoveries Reported In Maharashtra; COVID-19 Tally Surges To 3.91 Lakh On Tuesday, July 28, Maharashtra recorded 7717 novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 3,91,440. 282 more deaths were reported. Written By Akhil Oka On Tuesday, July 28, Maharashtra recorded 7717 novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 3,91,440. At present, there are 1,44,694 active cases in the state. With 10,333 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 2,32,277. 282 deaths- 55 from Mumbai, 35 from Pune, 25 from Solapur, 18 each from Raigad and Nagpur, 16 from Kalyan-Dombivali, 13 from Jalgaon, 12 each from Pimpri-Chinchwad and Navi Mumbai, 11 from Nashik, 9 from Thane, 8 from Satara, 6 each from Kolhapur and Aurangabad, 5 each from Mira Bhayandar, Sangli and Latur, 4 from Osmanabad, three from Ahmednagar, two each from Amravati, Vasai-Virar and Ulhasnagar and one each from Bhiwandi, Panvel, Dhule, Nandurbar, Sindhudurg, Jalna, Parbhani, Akola, Yavatmal and Buldhana were reported on Tuesday.  Until now, a total of 14,165 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 19,68,559 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 8,85,545 persons are under home quarantine, 42,733 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 19.88%, 59.34%, and 3.62% respectively.  Read: Raj Thackeray Demands CM Uddhav To Order Power Companies To Reduce Bills; Threatens Action The current count of COVID19 patients in the state of Maharashtra is 391440. Today,newly 7717 patients have been tested as positive.Also newly 10333 patients have been cured today, totally 232277 patients are cured & discharged from the hospitals Total Active patients are 144694 — Rajesh Tope (@rajeshtope11) July 28, 2020 Read: COVID-19: Mumbai Police's 'Space Invaders' Meme Shows How You Can 'use Mask As Shield' Mumbai records only 700 COVID-19 cases In a heartening development, Mumbai recorded just 700 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, July 28- which is the lowest single-day tally in over three months. This is a steep fall from Monday that had witnessed 1033 persons testing positive for the novel coronavirus. Revealing this information, Maharashtra Environment, Tourism and Protocol Minister Aaditya Thackeray added that the highest ever COVID-19 testing was also conducted on Tuesday with 8776 samples being tested for the novel coronavirus in the city. Describing this as a major relief, Thackeray cautioned against letting the guard down. According to the Maharashtra CM's son, the testing would be further ramped up in Mumbai as a result of the BMC's initiative. He also mentioned that Maharashtra's capital was the only city to allow citizens to "test at will". Moreover, he noted that this successful model is also being implemented in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, leading to testing facilities being enhanced.  Read: Coronavirus LIVE Updates: West Bengal Extends Lockdown; Cases In India Cross 14 Lakh First Published: 28th July, 2020 22:15 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 16 hours ago Trump likely to announce 'good things' on COVID-19 therapeutics 'in next two weeks' 10 hours ago COVID-19: Quest Diagnostics 'struggling to process tests' due to surge in US 12 hours ago COVID-19 could push 7 million children towards hunger & malnutrition: Chiefs of UN bodies 11 hours ago COVID-19: 1st mother-child vertical transmission case in Pune 5 hours ago Maharashtra SSC Result 2020: MSBSHE 10th result to be out on July 29 at 1 pm LATEST NEWS View all 1 hour ago Weddings, funerals increasing COVID case load in Kerala 1 hour ago Telangana govt seeks 2 weeks time to implement HC orders on COVID-19 issues 1 hour ago Sikkim reports 24 new COVID-19 cases, tally at 579 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 BJP slams Owaisi's 'constant politicisation' over Mandir as he opposes PM's Ayodhya visit Rajasthan Govt Crisis LIVE Updates: Gehlot sends proposal to Guv; BJP,BSP file pleas in HC Coronavirus LIVE Updates: West Bengal extends lockdown; cases in India cross 14 lakh Mumbai: 57% slum and 16% non-slum residents exposed to COVID reveals BMC serosurvey study FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-28COVID-19 Tracker: Residents heave a sigh of relief as Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers see a down - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Residents heave a sigh of relief as Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers see a downward trendYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Residents heave a sigh of relief as Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers see a downward trendWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 28, 2020, 20:46 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentative imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 50 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,588. Also, with 193 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 4,832 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 1,637 while 119 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 50 new cases, the maximum of 31 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by seven each in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-1, four in Ulhasnagar-5 and only one in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 21 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 3,609. At present, 471 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 144 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 2,994 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Tuesday, 41 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,401 with 44 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Ashtavinayak Park, Manjarli, Hendrepada and Mohan Tulsi Vihar, while the remaining were from Katrap, Boradpada, TV Tower, Bhonsale Nagar, Yadav Nagar, Shirgaon, Datta Chowk, Rameshwadi, Sonivali, Subhash Nagar, DP Road and near Gaondevi temple. So far, 1,913 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 444 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.73 per cent and the recovery rate is pitched at 71.67 per cent. In Photos: With help of aggressive testing, Mumbai sees lowest number of fresh COVID-19 cases in three months16Mumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsOwing to aggressive testing rates and precautions taken, Mumbai saw the lowest number of cases in three months on Tuesday. "Only 700 cases today in Mumbai & that too with highest testing till date in Mumbai in a single day (8776).This is chase the virus in full capacity. A major relief after 3 months (sic)," Aaditya Thackeray wrote. He further added that the 'Chase the Virus' model of Mumbai is being implemented in the MMR region actively, which has meant ramped up of facilities in the past few weeks.Medical professionals are conducting door-to-door checks in vulnerable regions as well as setting up swab test camps in hotspots. Photos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhoto by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLMumbai sees lowest figure in 3 monthsPhotos by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCL RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badl...May 16, 202018000 arrested, over 95000 cases registered in Maharashtra for lockdo...May 06, 2020 Get 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesSamsung Galaxy S20 Series. Own Now @ ₹3099.Samsung Galaxy S20Insure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzUnwrap your Happiness with FNP flat 15% off on all GiFTSTIMESPOINTS Always stay connected with APC Back UPSAPC by Schneider ElectricEverybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.Quor2BHK Homes at Devanahalli Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times
2020-07-28Mumbai: Aaditya Thackeray shares ‘good news’, says only 700 COVID-19 +ve cases reported today - Times Now
Mumbai: Aaditya Thackeray shares ‘good news’, says only 700 COVID-19 +ve cases reported today Mumbai News Times Now Digital Updated Jul 28, 2020 | 16:38 IST As per the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, Mumbai had on Monday recorded 1,033 COVID-19 cases. @AUThackeray  |  Photo Credit: Twitter Mumbai: Maharashtra's Tourism, Environment and Protocol Minister Aaditya Thackeray on Tuesday took to Twitter to share a “good news”, said Mumbai reported just 700 cases today, “that too with the highest testing till date in Mumbai in a single day”. The son of Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, however, added that it is not the time to “let the guard down”. In a series of tweets, Thackeray said: “This is chase the virus in full capacity. A major relief after 3 months. Caution: don’t let the guard down! Don’t let your mask down! Only get numbers down!” Saying that a “major relief after 3 months”, Thackeray said Mumbai will witness more testing with “chase the virus initiative” of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). The Worli MLA further said that Mumbai’s ‘Chase the Virus’ model is being implemented in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) actively. Notably, the MMR consists of eight Municipal Corporations namely Greater Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Bhiwandi-Nizamapur, Ulhasnagar, Vasai-Virar and Mira-Bhayandar; and nine Municipal Councils viz. Kulgaon-Badalapur, Matheran, Ambarnath, Karjat, Khopoli, Panvel, Pen, Uran, and Alibaug, along with over 1,000 villages in Thane and Raigad districts. Here are his tweets: The good news: Only 700 cases today in Mumbai & that too with highest testing till date in Mumbai in a single day(8776).This is chase the virus in full capacity. A major relief after 3 months. Caution: don’t let the guard down! Don’t let your mask down! Only get numbers down! — Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) July 28, 2020 Mumbai will see more testing with chase the virus initiative of the @mybmc . It is also the only city to have liberalised testing and allowed citizens to “test at will”. (2/n) — Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) July 28, 2020 Chase the Virus model of Mumbai is being implemented in MMR region actively that has seen a ramping up of facilities in the past few weeks. Along with MMR, rest of Maharashtra too is taking all efforts to tackle covid pandemic effectively — Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) July 28, 2020 The BMC had yesterday announced that Mumbai's recovery rate has improved to 73 per cent while the case growth rate has decreased to 1.03 per cent. The average case doubling rate in the Maharashtra capital has also increased to 68 days. RELATED NEWS Mumbai: Cinema halls to open from August 1? 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2020-07-27Daily wage naka workers go online to upskill, get certified & gain confidence in Mumbai - Times of India
Daily wage naka workers go online to upskill, get certified & gain confidence in MumbaiTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsMaharashtra Corona CasesUddhav ThackerayMumbai RainsDaily wage naka workers go online to upskill, get certified & gain confidence in MumbaiNamita Devidayal | TNN | Updated: Jul 27, 2020, 18:02 ISTThe invisibilized workers who sit at the bottom of the pyramid. (Photo credit: Nikhil Lata Gajanan)MUMBAI: As migrant workers trickle back into the city, some will be restarting work armed with a new level of skill, certification and confidence and a sense of visibility-perhaps for the first time in their lives. A year ago, Pratham, a non-profit in the area of education, had started a unique initiative to upskill and certify naka workers- those painters, masons, plumbers and labourers who gather at street corners every morning, waiting to be picked up by contractors in return for a daily wage. The idea behind it was to validate their skills, certify them, increase their bargaining power, give them financial and digital literacy, introduce them to various government schemes, and basically empower this vast disorganized workforce that remains at the bottom of the workforce pyramid. The initiative, which was launched in Ulhasnagar and Ambarnath and then carried forward to Kalwa and Thane, trained about 1,400 daily wage earners. As Balaji Chamkure, a mason from Powai, says, "I have been doing this work for years, but for the first time I learned the theory behind the practical work." The 36-year-old says he is now waiting for government certification from National Skill Development Corporation to get some bargaining equity with employers. When lockdown was enforced, several naka workers returned to their villages in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand as well as across Maharashtra. But Pratham took its initiative online and continued. Suddenly, men and women who had spent most of their lives working on construction sites, were initiated into the world of Zoom, and were learning how to mute and unmute themselves during the eight-day online tutorial session. Last month, 23 masons and 29 plumbers were trained and certified online. The trainers timed the classroom for 8pm to 9.30pm, when everyone was free, says Sanjay Lokhande, program head of Pratham's Upward Mobility Program. The participants were sent power point presentations and other material via WhatsApp groups to prepare before each class. "We hope to have other batches and train 1,000 more very soon and continue to scale up," says Lokhande. There are around five lakh naka workers in Mumbai metropolitan region. On an average, the naka worker earns Rs 800 per day, depending on his level of skill, the location, and the demand-supply ratio. Women tend to earn far less than men. "Skills and certificates apart, their confidence surged," says Medha Uniyal, program director of skilling and entrepreneurship at Pratham Institute. The certificates may just be the first ones of their lives. 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2020-07-27NMC likely to begin walk-in tests for Covid-19 soon - Times of India
NMC likely to begin walk-in tests for Covid-19 soonNMC likely to begin walk-in tests for Covid-19 soonAnjaya Anparthi | TNN | Jul 28, 2020, 04:21 ISTNagpur: For early detection and treatment of Covid-19 patients, which is important for controlling rise in deaths, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is likely to start ‘walk in’ tests at its Urban Primary Health Centres (UPHCs) and health centres in the coming days. The number of novel coronavirus patients in the city crossed 3,000 on Monday, with 58 deaths.As a step towards walk-in tests, municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe, additional municipal commissioner Ram Joshi and chief medical officer Dr Yogendra Savai have started special camps to test high-risk patients including pregnant women, senior citizens and persons with comorbidities in non-containment zones for the first time.The first special camp was organized at Trikoni Ground in Hanuman Nagar on Monday, where 150 persons gave swab samples. The camps will be organized in other non-containment zones from Tuesday onwards. The testing will be free of cost. The persons testing negative will not be quarantined.As a proactive measure, the civic body had started testing of all Influenza Like Illness (ILI) patients visiting its 15 UPHCs for last few days. Total 193 persons were tested of which 9 came positive. These tests were done using rapid antigen kits.The proposed walk-in tests will be conducted using rapid antigen kits. NMC has ordered the kits in bulk for this drive.It is likely to receive huge response as NMC will not quarantine persons who test negative. Also, asymptomatic high-risk contacts are allowed home quarantine. Even, asymptomatic positive patients have been permitted home isolation.Since registering the first case on March 11, testing for Covid-19 was a difficult task except for high-risk contacts of positive patients. Even paid testing in private laboratories required prescription of a doctor.The number of Covid-19 positive cases increased to 3,027 on Monday. The latest 1,000 cases were registered in just 12 days. First 1,000 cases came in 102 days and second 1,000 in 25 days.The latest 1,000 cases came despite there being no major hotspots. It means cases came from various, indicating wide spread of Covid-19.However, the city continues to be better than other cities in the state. Though the third most populous, the city is 15th among 27 municipal corporations in number of positive cases.The number of cases in the 14 municipal corporations above Nagpur in this list is very high. Mumbai has 1.10 lakh, followed by Pune 52,395, Kalyan-Dombivli 21,401, Thane 19,460, Navi Mumbai 15,570, Pimpri-Chinchwad 17,678, Vasai-Virar 11,271, Aurangabad 9,059, Nashik 8,350, Mira-Bhayandar 8,245, Ulhasnagar 6,796, Panvel 6,579, Solapur 4,819 and Bhivandi-Nizampur 3,715.However, Covid-19 deaths in the city are rising. There have been 57 deaths in the city till now, though there were only 22 deaths when the city crossed first 1,000 cases on July 15. 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2020-07-27COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 100 cases on Monday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 100 cases on MondayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 100 cases on MondayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 27, 2020, 20:51 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Deepak Turbhekar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 93 new coronavirus cases on Monday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,538. Also, with 196 recoveries on Monday, as many as 4,639 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 1,783 while 116 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 104 new cases, the maximum of 41 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 22 in Ulhasnagar-3, 17 in Ulhasnagar-5, 12 in Ulhasnagar-1 and only one in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 77 new COVID-19 cases on Monday taking the total number to 3,588. At present, 515 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 140 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 2,933 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Monday, 52 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,360 with 35 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Gaondevi Road, Chintamani Plaza, Dattawadi and Manjarli, while the remaining were from Katrap, Sanewadi, Jadhav Colony, Ganeshwadi, Kharvai, Harsh Avenue, Aptewadi, Shirgaon, Advance Enclave, Datta Chowk, Priyanka Society, Mohan Palms and Panvelkar Heights. So far, 1,823 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 416 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.73 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badl...May 16, 2020Lockdown: Maharashtra to send 100 buses to bring back students stuck ...Apr 28, 2020 Get faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaZero Touch Get Valid Access by Leaptor Flap & Swing BarriersLeaptorLive at Ease Thrive in Peace, 2&3BHK Homes Starting @1.05cr*House of HiranandaniThe best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More. Read to know how to strengthen your financial immunitySBI Life InsuranceA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker 2BHK Homes at Devanahalli Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times2 & 3 BHK starting from ₹ 37L in North BangaloreBrigade El DoradoInsure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzBusiness growth made easy - limited period offerRazorpayPlan for their future happiness & let their dreams come trueHDFC Life
2020-07-26Fadnavis tries new tack to warn CM Uddhav; writes that Punes testing superior to Mumbai - Republic World - Republic World
Fadnavis tries new tack to warn CM Uddhav; writes that Pune's testing superior to Mumbai Last Updated: 26th July, 2020 08:39 IST Fadnavis Tries New Tack To Warn CM Uddhav; Writes That Pune's Testing Superior To Mumbai Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis on a regular basis has been highlighting the shortcomings of the CM Uddhav Thackeray led government over COVID response. Written By Pritesh Kamath Leader of Opposition in Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis has appealed to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to increase the COVID-19 testing in Mumbai as he said the risk of COVID-19 spread in the city remains high due to less testing. The former chief minister of Maharashtra on a regular basis has been highlighting the shortcomings of the CM Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi Government. On Saturday he took to Twitter to write a letter to CM Thackeray about the state of testing done in the state. "Mumbai is at risk due to less number of regular COVID-19 tests. The death rate has also increased. The situation cannot be controlled unless the tests are increased. A letter to honourable Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray," Fadnavis captioned his tweet in Marathi along with the letter attached.    मुंबईत सातत्याने कमी चाचण्या होत असल्यामुळे मुंबईचा धोका वाढतो आहे. मृत्यूदर वाढला आहे. चाचण्या वाढविल्याशिवाय या संकटावर मात करणे अवघड. मुख्यमंत्री मा उद्धव ठाकरेजी यांना पत्र. @CMOMaharashtra pic.twitter.com/0C4xjT03bg — Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) July 25, 2020 READ | 'Not In Favour Of Lifting Lockdown Due To Economic Concern': Maha CM Uddhav Thackeray READ | Uddhav Thackeray Slams Fadnavis' 'Maharashtra Tour' Of COVID Areas, Says 'Use Technology' Highlights of the letter The letter draws a comparison between the number of tests in Pune and Mumbai. According to the letter, 4,62,221 COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Mumbai as on July 23 while that of Pune is 3,54,721. The week from July 17 to July 21 shows 41,376 tests conducted in Mumbai while Pune reported 85,139 tests, double than Mumbai. Mumbai which has a population size much larger than Pune is showing far less testings as compared to Pune, the letter noted. "Despite the state increasing the testing yet Mumbai which remains the largest hotspot in the country for Coronavirus sees a lesser number of COVID-19 testings, this is becoming a difficult puzzle to solve. It should be noted that this is like playing with lives of the Mumbaikars and its direct impact is the death rate in Mumbai," Fadnavis wrote in the letter. "The death rate in Pune is 2.31 percent, while in Mumbai is 5.60 percent. The death rate of entire Maharashtra is 3.68. The primary reason for Mumbai's death rate not getting under control is the less number of tests in the city," he added. The BJP leader also expressed his satisfaction on the higher number of COVID tests in Pune but highlighted the need for better facilities in Pune to combat the COVID-19 crisis, adding that enough support is not being given by the government to the municipal corporation. Fadnavis emphasised that while the tests are being increased in Pune, the situation will become worse if proper facilities are not established. READ | Full Interview: Shatrughan Sinha Speaks To Arnab; Exposes 'bid To Crush Sushant & Kangana' READ | Maharashtra Sees 9251 New COVID Cases; CM Thackeray Refuses To Remove Lockdown Completely Fadnavis tours state to know situation on ground In order to know the ground reality about COVID-19 situation, Fadnavis recently completed a three-day tour visiting Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel. Prior to that, Fadnavis toured north Maharashtra, Marathwada, Jalgaon, Nashik and Aurangabad. While CM Uddhav Thackeray has refrained from moving away from Mumbai except on some occasions, the ruling parties have questioned the reason behind Fadnavis' extensive visits. The former CM has defended it saying that it is part of an exercise to reach out to people “reeling under hardships” and, travelled to Delhi to brief PM Modi on it. Maharashtra remains the worst affected state in the country with Mumbai the worst affected city. As most neighbouring areas around Mumbai complete their extended lockdown, Thane's tally stands at  31,027 cases with 906 fatalities, Kalyan-Dombivali at 20,700 cases with 368 fatalities, Navi Mumbai at 14,832 and 394 deaths. Meanwhile, Pune which is second-worst hit city in the state stands at 73,007 cases with 46,013 active cases and 1738 deaths. Mumbai still tops the list with 1,08,060 cases and 6036 deaths. 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2020-07-26Maharashtras COVID-19 tally soars to 3.75 lakh even as 6044 patients recover in the day - Republic World - Republic World
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Written By Akhil Oka With 9431 persons testing positive for the novel coronavirus in Maharashtra on Sunday, July 26, the state's COVID-19 tally propelled to 3,75,799. At present, there are 1,48,601 active cases in the state. With 6,044 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 2,13,238. 267 deaths- 57 from Mumbai, 45 from Pune, 23 from Thane, 15 from Jalgaon, 12 each from Satara and Raigad, 10 from Pimpri-Chinchwad, 9 each from Aurangabad and Kalyan-Dombivali, 8 each from Navi Mumbai and Solapur, 6 from Vasai-Virar, 5 each from Akola, Nashik and Ulhasnagar, three each from Yavatmal, Buldhana, Latur, Sangli and Kolhapur, two each from Nagpur, Dhule and Bhiwandi and one each from Mira Bhayandar, Nandurbar, Jalna, Hingoli, Parbhani, Osmanabad, Amravati, Washim, and Wardha were reported on Sunday.  Until now, a total of 13,656 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 18,86,296 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 9,08,420 persons are under home quarantine, 44,276 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 19.92%, 56.74%, and 3.63% respectively.  Read: Prakash Ambedkar Belittles COVID Crisis, Urges CM Uddhav To Lift Lockdown In Maharashtra Maharashtra reports 9,431 new #COVID19 cases and 267 deaths today. The total number of cases in the state rises to 3,75,799 including 1,48,601 active cases and 2,13,238 discharged cases. Recovery rate in the state is 56.74%: State Health Department pic.twitter.com/flBJ6QQMf3 — ANI (@ANI) July 26, 2020 Read: Mumbai Police Commissioner Spreads Awareness On COVID-19, Urges People To Wear Masks Uddhav Thackeray defends lockdown in Maharashtra In the first part of the exclusive interview with Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana on Saturday, Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray put forth a passionate defence of the lockdown in the state. He cautioned against declaring that the COVID-19 spread in Mumbai is under control. Maintaining that one can't lock down or unlock suddenly, he cited the huge number of fatalities in the USA under the Trump administration. Unlike many other states, the Maharashtra government has not given permission for restaurants, malls and places of worship to recommence operations. Additionally, lockdown had to be re-imposed in cities such as Thane and Pune.  Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray commented, "One can't lockdown suddenly or unlock suddenly. Either one must be prepared to have no lockdown as in the US. Are we prepared to do that? I am not. I am not Donald Trump and can't see my people suffering in front of my eyes."  Read: 'Open Temples In Maharashtra During Ayodhya Bhoomi Poojan On August 5: BJP To CM Uddhav Read: Fadnavis Tries New Tack To Warn CM Uddhav; Writes That Pune's Testing Superior To Mumbai First Published: 26th July, 2020 22:02 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 10 hours ago COVID-19 death toll mounts to 83 in Jharkhand with 7 more fatalities 23 hours ago COVID-19: Good response to Nagpur Janta curfew, says mayor 8 hours ago Sikkim reports first COVID-19 death 8 hours ago Pak reports 1,226 new COVID-19 cases 8 hours ago India's COVID-19 tally soars to 13,85,522 with 48,661 fresh cases LATEST NEWS View all 1 hour ago COVID-19: Punjab reports 15 deaths; 534 fresh cases take tally to 13,218 49 mins ago Ahead of Bhoomi Pujan, NHAI approves civil, beautification works of Rs 55 cr for Ayodhya 10 mins ago Jammu farmers demand GI certification for Basmati rice, days after saffron was issued tag WORLD The Debate Business News Entertainment News Sports News World News India News Technology News Shows Nation Wants To know Sunday Debate With Arnab R. 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2020-07-26Cop survives big cancer, falls prey to other Covid; Maharashtra toll up by 3 - Times of India
Cop survives big cancer, falls prey to other Covid; Maharashtra toll up by 3Narayan Namboodiri | TNN | Updated: Jul 26, 2020, 08:31 ISTPolice personnel patrolling at Dindoshi in MumbaiMUMBAI: Three more police personnel from the state — one from Mumbai, another from Ulhasnagar and the third from Satara — died of Covid on Friday. With this, the toll touched 53 among the city police and 93 across Maharashtra. Assistant sub-inspector Maruti Pote (57), an Airoli resident, had just recovered from cancer. Only last week, he had undergone plasma therapy at Nair hospital and had since been on ventilator. He passed away at Nair hospital around 2.30am on Friday. Pote is survived by his wife, a son who is pursuing chartered accountancy and two married daughters. His family members had hardly allowed him to step out of home in the wake of his fragile health, except for his weekly visits to the office and his health check-up visits. Posted at the Local Arms Department, Pote was slated to retire on August 31 after 37 years of service. On June 28, his wife and son were admitted to Guru Nanak Hospital in Bandra (east), his son Suyog told TOI. “My mother and I were discharged on July 12,” he said. Suyog said his father’s test reports in May had indicated that he could stop taking medicines for cancer. “But on July 17, my father was shifted to Nair Hospital where plasma therapy was administered... His immunity had dropped especially after he underwent treatment for cancer. Also, he had blood pressure and diabetes,” Suyog said. In Ulhasnagar, the same morning, constable Raghunath Mane (55) died while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Thane. Earlier, he had been admitted to the state-run Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar as he was breathless and had a fever. Mane had tested positive for Covid on July 16. Mane, who was the sole breadwinner of the family, died after his condition deteriorated. He is survived by his wife and two sons. The third cop, constable Gajanan Nanavare (51), from Wai police station in Satara, died during treatment for coronavirus at a hospital in Pune. Nanavare also had diabetes and blood pressure. The 18 cops from Naya Nagar police station in Mira Road who have tested positive are undergoing treatment. Earlier, 13 cops from the police station had contracted the virus. All of them have since returned on duty. 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2020-07-26‘Airoli-Kalwa link will hamper ops on CSMT-Kalyan line’ - Mumbai Mirror
WELCOME,My TimesLOGOUTSIGN INMon ,Jul 27, 2020Bangalore Mirror|Ahmedabad Mirror|Pune MirrorHomeCoronavirusMumbaiMumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicAssembly ElectionsOther26/11Operation KhataaraEntertainmentMovie ReviewBollywoodHollywoodTVMusicArt & TheatreBooksVideosPhotosEntertainmentNewsSportsSportsCricketTennisBadmintonOthersFootballOlympicsHockeyIPL 2020ICC WCNewsIndiaWorldBusinessFact CheckOpinionCity ColumnsBlogsPilgrim NationColumnistsThe InformerAsk the SexpertAll Mumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicAssembly ElectionsOther26/11NewsPhotosVideosOperation KhataaraMumbaiMumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicOtherEntertainmentMovie ReviewBollywoodHollywoodTVMusicArt & TheatreBooksPhotosEntertainmentNewsSportsSportTennisCricketBadmintonOthersFootballOlympicsHockeyIPL 2020NewsIndiaWorldBusinessFact CheckOpinionCity ColumnsBlogsPilgrim NationColumnistsThe InformerAsk the SexpertOthersThings To DoSunday ReadHealth & LifestyleSci TechLeisureLoksabha ElectionsPhotosVideosVideosTop VideosMumbaiBollywoodViral VideosNewsHoroscopeYou are in an offline mode‘Airoli-Kalwa link will hamper ops on CSMT-Kalyan line’ByKamal MishraKamal Mishra / Updated: Jul 26, 2020, 11:11 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto by Raju ShindeRailways safety commissioner flags concerns four years after the Rs 476-crore corridor was sanctioned. Four years after it was sanctioned, the safety commissioner has flagged several issues regarding the Rs 476-crore Airoli-Kalwa railway corridor. One of the biggest concerns is that, once functional, the corridor will interfere with the local train schedule on the main line, and even hamper services. According to sources, over Rs 70 crore have already been spent on the project, including Rs 35 crore on land acquisition. Sanctioned in 2016, the project is being handled by the Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation. Currently, work on the Digha railway station (a new stop between Airoli and Kalwa stations) is underway. The construction of a service building is almost complete. Since the Airoli-Kalwa link involves connections with existing ones, it will have major implications on the operations of the existing CSMT-Kalyan suburban corridor, stated the July 24 letter written by Arvind Kumar Jain, Commissioner, railway safety, central circle, to the general manager of Central Railway. “The Railways is advised to examine the need of direct connectivity, and whether the commencement of the project is in accordance with the Railway Board’s policy of executing new line projects,” it read. Citing examples of other independent corridors that did not interfere with the existing ones, and have established connectivity through interlinked platforms or skywalks, Jain wrote: “At Dadar, platform interchange facilities (or FOBs) provide connectivity to both western and central suburban corridors. Likewise, the CSTM-Andheri corridor only has platform interchange facilities at Bandra and Andheri. The CSMT-Panvel harbour line and the CSMT-Kalyan corridors are independent and only have FOBs at Kurla with no direct connectivity between the two. The trans-harbour line from Vashi to Thane also has these facilities at Thane.” Currently, work on the Digha station (a new stop between Airoli and Kalwa) is underway The safety commissioner also explained that the Panvel-Airoli-Kalyan route with a direct connectivity at Kalwa would necessitate reducing services between CSMT, Kalyan and Thane. “Even if tracks become available after the construction of the fifth and the sixth line, they will be needed for maintenance and to run additional services between CSMT-Kalyan (and beyond) and Thane-Kalyan (and beyond). It is therefore suggested that as an alternative the possibility of providing connectivity in the form of platform interchange facilities or skywalks may be explored,” read the letter. Jain remained unavailable for comment. Shivaji Sutar, chief public relation officer, CR told Mirror they will “examine the letter”. The total length of the proposed corridor is 8 km, of which, the 3.2 km will be elevated and will run between Airoli and Kalwa through Digha. As of now, passengers from Dombivli, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Karjat and Kasara have to go to Thane station to travel to Navi Mumbai. With the new corridor, they will have direct connectivity. Get 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times2BHK Homes at Devanahalli Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. 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2020-07-25Ex-teacher arrested for selling Covid injection on black market - Mumbai Mirror
Ex-teacher arrested for selling Covid injection on black marketYou are in an offline modeEx-teacher arrested for selling Covid injection on black marketByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Jul 25, 2020, 06:20 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeNeeta Panjwani (inset) Photo by Prashant NarvekarThe 60-year-old Ulhasnagar resident was caught by decoy cops and FDA officials. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) along with Thane Crime Branch arrested a 60-year-old retired teacher from Ulhasnagar for allegedly selling a key corona drug Tocilizumab in the black market. The injection, which is required for treating critical Covid-19 patients, is in short supply. The FDA officials posing as Tocilizumab customers negotiated the price with the accused, Neeta Prakash Panjwani, a resident of Ulhasnagar 3 on Thursday. “The woman agreed to sell one vial of the drug for Rs 60,000. Its actual cost is Rs 40,548,” a Thane Crime Branch official said. As soon as she agreed to deliver the drug, Thane Crime Branch officer Sanjeev John and FDA officials Nishigandha Pashte and Nitin Aher arrested her, the official said. The police said Panjwani’s husband is a well- known face in Ulhasnagar, being an officer-bearer of several Sindhi bodies. Her daughter is a dentist. “We will seek her custody so that we can investigate where she got the injection from,” said a Thane Crime Branch officer. RELATED NEWSEx-teacher arrested for selling Covid injection on black marketJul 25, 2020Karnataka government revamps diet for COVID-19 patients in hospitalsJul 02, 2020Health Ministry issues fresh clinical management protocol for COVID-1...Jun 13, 2020 Most advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProPure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightEverybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionRERA Registered 2BHK Homes Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El Dorado RERA Registered 2&3BHK Homes Starting at 1.05cr*.Book OnlineHouse of HiranandaniGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaBuild your financial immunity for Apno ki #PoornaSurakshaSBI Life InsuranceSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Samsung Galaxy S20 Series. Own Now @ ₹3099.Samsung Galaxy S20Bengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily News
2020-07-25Ulhasnagar teacher held for black marketing of Tocilizumab Injection - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Saturday, July 25, 2020, 6:00 AM IST Coronavirus in Ulhasnagar: 56-year-old retired teacher held for black marketing of Tocilizumab InjectionBy Narendra GuptaSwab samples being collected to be tested for COVID-19 The Food and Drug Administration Department along with the Kalyan Crime Branch unit have arrested a 56-year-old retired Ulhasnagar teacher for allegedly selling Actemra (Tocilizumab Injection) being used in treatment of COVID-19 at a higher price, a police official said on Thursday.The accused was selling the injection at Rs 60,000, much higher than its actual market price (Rs 40,545), police said. The arrested accused has been identified as Neeta Panjawani, a resident of Manish Nagar in Ulhasnagar.FDA officials, along with the crime branch unit of Kalyan, on Thursday evening, arrested Panjawani with 1 Tocilizumab injection without bill.Sunil Bhardwaj, joint commissioner, Vigilance of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said, "Our team, along with crime branch officials, sent a dummy customer, who placed a fake order. We caught her red handed while selling injection".Bhardwaj further said that we are probing into the matter and where she was brought the injection. There are four places where she could have brought it, such as stockist, distributors, medical representatives and hospitals. We are attempting to find out more details about the teacher. A case was booked against the accused under the IPC sections of cheating, Drug Price Control Act of 2013, Essential Commodities Act and various sections of Drugs and Cosmetic Act. She will be produced in court on Saturday. (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) ulhasnagarFood and Drug Administrationblack marketingCOVID-19 pandemicTocilizumab Recent StoriesPremier League highlights: Manchester United, Chelsea book Champions League berth on final day of the seasonManchester United vs Leicester City, Chelsea vs Wolves: Score updates from the final day of the season11 Afghan Sikhs repatriated to India; Twitter remembers those who opposed CAACoronavirus in Panvel: COVID-19 tally of Panvel Municipal Corporation reaches 5,871 as of July 26 Over 8 lakh Indians repatriated under Vande Bharat Mission, says Hardeep Singh Puri; next phase from Aug 1 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
2020-07-25COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar tally climbs to 6,374; Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar tally climbs to 6,374; Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar tally climbs to 6,374; Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 25, 2020, 21:22 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar reported 104 new coronavirus cases on Saturday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,374. Also, with 221 recoveries on Saturday, as many as 4,333 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 1,832 while 109 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 104 new cases, the maximum of 34 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 26 each in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-5, 12 in Ulhasnagar-1 and 3 in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 46 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday taking the total number to 3,451. At present, 503 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 134 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 2,814 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Saturday, 48 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,254 with 35 deaths. Most of the cases came up near TV Tower, in Khatri NX, Vishnu Darshan row house, Dattawadi and Shivam Residency, while the remaining were from Katrap, Jadhav Colony, Gaondevi road, New DP Road, Hendrepada, Ashwini hospital, Ambikanagar, Kailash Nagar and Bhagirathi Park. So far, 1,705 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 514 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.55 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badl...May 16, 2020Watch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020 How anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career TimesMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProPure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaRERA Registered 2BHK Homes Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniRERA Registered 2&3BHK Homes Starting at 1.05cr*.Book OnlineHouse of Hiranandani India's leading 64MP Intelli-Cam | #MonsterShotSamsung Galaxy M31sThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times2 & 3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37L, Brigade El DoradoBrigade El DoradoSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionBook a Star Online and unlock special offers from Wishbox.The Mercedes-Benz E-ClassGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatware
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2020-07-24COVID-19: Maha woman sells injection at inflated price, held - Devdiscourse
COVID-19: Maha woman sells injection at inflated price, held A woman has been arrested in Ulhasnagar in Thane district for allegedly selling at inflated prices an injection being used to treat coronavirus patients, Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration officials said on Friday. We have charged her under IPC, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, and Essential Commodities Act," he said. Tocilizumab Actemra, an immuno-suppressant, is being added to a regimen of Remdesivir to treat critical COVID-19 patients.. PTI | Thane | Updated: 24-07-2020 18:46 IST | Created: 24-07-2020 18:46 IST A woman has been arrested in Ulhasnagar in Thane district for allegedly selling at inflated prices an injection being used to treat coronavirus patients, Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration officials said on Friday. Acting on a tip-off, an FDA team raided the premises of Nita Panjwani on Thursday evening for selling Tocilizumab Actemra injection for Rs 60,000 instead of the label price of Rs 40,545, an official said."She was selling the injection without a prescription. We have charged her under IPC, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, and Essential Commodities Act," he said.Tocilizumab Actemra, an immuno-suppressant, is being added to a regimen of Remdesivir to treat critical COVID-19 patients.. 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2020-07-24COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar numbers see a huge drop; recovery rate of Ambernath, Badlapur continues to - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar numbers see a huge drop; recovery rate of Ambernath, Badlapur continues to climbYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar numbers see a huge drop; recovery rate of Ambernath, Badlapur continues to climbWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 24, 2020, 20:49 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Friday reported 92 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the city went up to 6,270. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 105 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 4,144 have recovered. Out of the 92 cases, the maximum number of 37 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 19 in Ulhasnagar-3, 16 in Ulhasnagar-5, 11 in Ulhasnagar-1 and 10 in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 2,053 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 52 persons tested positive in the last 24 hours taking the COVID-19 tally to 2,206 with 35 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC), so far, 1,507 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 664. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Shanti Nagar, DP Road, Rameshwadi and Hendrepada, while the remaining were from Shirgaon, Katrap, Suryanagar, Barvi Dam Road, Yadav Nagar, Ambedkar Chowk, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Eranjad, Rohidaswada and Satyam Paradise. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 50 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday and the case count has now climbed to 3,405, along with 128 fatalities. As many as 2,789 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Council now stands at 488. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Watch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 202011,000 arrested, over 55k cases registered in Maharashtra for lockdow...Apr 19, 2020 Pure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Everybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Times RERA Registered 2&3BHK Homes Starting at 1.05cr*.Book OnlineHouse of HiranandaniInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzRERA Registered 2BHK Homes Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniBuild your financial immunity for Apno ki #PoornaSurakshaSBI Life InsuranceBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatware
2020-07-24Thane Police bust second racket of blackmarketing of Remdesivir injection - Hindustan Times
2020-07-24Woman held for selling tocilizumab injection at inflated price - The Hindu
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2020-07-24COVID-19: Maha woman sells injection at inflated price, held - Outlook India
COVID-19: Maha woman sells injection at inflated price, held Outlook July 24, 2020 18:47 IST COVID-19: Maha woman sells injection at inflated price, held outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 24 (PTI) A woman has been arrested in Ulhasnagar in Thane district for allegedly selling at inflated prices an injection being used to treat coronavirus patients, Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration officials said on Friday. Acting on a tip-off, an FDA team raided the premises of Nita Panjwani on Thursday evening for selling Tocilizumab Actemra injection for Rs 60,000 instead of the label price of Rs 40,545, an official said. "She was selling the injection without a prescription. We have charged her under IPC, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, and Essential Commodities Act," he said. Tocilizumab Actemra, an immuno-suppressant, is being added to a regimen of Remdesivir to treat critical COVID-19 patients. 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 India’s Too Much Concentration On White House And Neglect Of US Congress A Strategic Mistake Jose Mourinho Confident Tottenham Will End Transfer Window With 'Better, Balanced Squad' Jordan Henderson: Numbers That Made Liverpool Captain Footballer Of The Year More from Outlook Magazine Covid-19 Tracker Uniform Justice Diary | Encounter Killings: When Truth Is Forever Banished To The Realm Of Conjecture 'Social Aspect Of Cinema In Theatres Can’t Be Replicated At Home' Next Story : Zanardi back in intensive care as condition becomes unstable Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-24Mira Bhayandar: 160 people test positive for COVID-19 on Friday; active cases reach 1557 - Mumbai Mirror
Mira Bhayandar: 160 people test positive for COVID-19 on Friday; active cases reach 1557You are in an offline modeMira Bhayandar: 160 people test positive for COVID-19 on Friday; active cases reach 1557Written byRia SharmaRia Sharma / Updated: Jul 24, 2020, 20:55 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational Image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLMira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) reported 160 new positive cases on Friday. With three more people succumbing to the viral infection in the last 24 hours, the fatalities now stand at 210. The COVID-19 cases in Mira Bhayandar show no sign of decline, and with the inclusion of the 160 new positive cases, the cumulative number of positive cases has gone up to 7,289 while 5,485 infected persons have been discharged from various hospitals and COVID Care Centers following treatment. However, what is worrying is the fact that the number of active positive patients crossed the 1,500 mark and the figure now stands at 1,557. In the last 24 hours, a batch of 74 people had been discharged from the metropolitan satellite township. The MBMC has so far sent a total of 21,344 swab samples for testing of which 13,441 have turned negative while reports on 614 samples are still awaited. Untitled Carousel COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar numbers see a huge drop; recovery rate of Ambernath, Badlapur continues to climbUlhasnagar on Friday reported 92 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the city went up to 6,270. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 52 persons tested positive in the last 24 hours taking the COVID-19 tally to 2,206 with 35 deaths. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 50 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday and the case count has now climbed to 3,405, along with 128 fatalities. While the lockdown in the containment zones are extended till July 31, the civic authorities have been conducting door-to-door screening across Mira Road and Bhayandar. The twin cities will also be procuring more ambulances to ferry coronavirus patients as a shortage of ambulances has led to hours of waiting in some cases. Independent MLA Geeta Jain has also said that the issue of shortage of doctors, nurses and other medical staff are also being addressed whereas another Dedicated Covid Hospital, with fully equipped intensive care units, ventilators and beds with oxygen support, will be built to offer comprehensive care primarily for those who have been clinically assigned as severe patients. Untitled Carousel Mira Bhayandar to get more ambulances, healthcare workers to fight COVID-19The COVID-19 curve in Mira Bhayandar refuses to slow down as the satellite town of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region reported and as many as 179 new positive patients on Thursday, taking the active cases in the area to 1482. However, Geeta Jain, told Mirror Online that all necessary measures are being taken to fight the battle against the deadly virus. RELATED NEWSMira Bhayandar: 120 new COVID-19 positive cases, 5 deathsJun 26, 2020Mira Bhayandar: 94 new COVID-19 positive cases; 4 deathsJun 23, 2020Mira Bhayandar: 68 more COVID-19 positive cases; 4 deaths on ThursdayJun 18, 2020 Sofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Pure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProEverybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoMillionaire exposed: Her 3 year self-made crorepati secret!Style & Life Get faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaRERA Registered 2&3BHK Homes Starting at 1.05cr*.Book OnlineHouse of HiranandaniRERA Registered 2BHK Homes Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniSamsung Galaxy S20 Series. Own Now @ ₹3099.Samsung Galaxy S20Read to know how to strengthen your financial immunitySBI Life InsuranceA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker
2020-07-24COVID-19 latest updates: 49,310 cases, 740 deaths reported in India in last 24 hours - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: 49,310 cases, 740 deaths reported in India in last 24 hoursJul 24, 2020, 22.51PMCOVID-19 latest updates: 49,310 cases, 740 deaths reported in India in last 24 hoursIndia on Friday recorded the highest ever single-day spike of 49,310 cases and 740 deaths. Maharashtra too recorded its highest ever COVID deaths in a single day. The state recorded 298 deaths including 55 in Mumbai. The state-wide tally has increased to 3.57 lakh with 9985 new cases. With the new casualties, the toll has increased to 12,854. Of the total new cases, Mumbai reported 1,245, Pune City 1,801 and its neighbouring township Pimpri-Chinchwad 950 cases. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) recorded 3,972 new cases and 130 deaths.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. 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2020-07-24High COVID-19 cases in MMR - Citizen Matters, Bangalore
National Bengaluru Chennai Mumbai More New Delhi Pune Hyderabad Ahmedabad Data Donate Engage Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Search for: Current Civic Commute Governance Economy Education Environment Health Infrastructure Waste Water Society COVID-19: Numbers dip in Mumbai, surge in neighbouring districts July 24, 2020 Apekshita Varshney COVID-19 IN MUMBAI METROPOLITAN REGION Support Citizen Matters - independent, Reader-funded media that covers your city like no other. Click to Donate The Maharashtra Government and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation have bolstered health infrastructure in Mumbai to tackle COVID-19, but insufficient healthcare facilities in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) are affecting the COVID-19 response in bordering districts. Advertisement MMR is the country’s largest urban agglomeration with eight municipal corporati­ons: Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, and Vasai-Virar, according to MMRDA. MMR is spread over 4,354 sqkm, while the Greater Mumbai region, comprising of Mumbai city and Mumbai suburb, has a geographical area of 437.71 sqkm, about a 10th of MMR. There are currently 92,864 confirmed cases in MMR, almost as much as Mumbai’s total of 1,04,678. Currently, Mumbai houses a larger population, as much as 1.24 crores and the other districts of MMR have 74.38 lakh, according to the 2011 census. However, the city is saturated with a projected population growth of only 0.41%, while the average growth for MMR is 3%. Mumbai’s health infrastructure is better prepared to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Mumbai has access to 22,057 beds, 16,811 Dedicated Covid Hospital (DCH) beds and Dedicated Covid Health Centre (DCHC) beds, 5,246 Covid Care Centre2 (CCC2) beds, 1748 ICU beds, 11,288 O2 beds, and 1,054 ventilator beds. This is more than the facilities available in all the other municipal corporations of MMR put together.  Representational image Covid care centre (CCC) beds are for asymptomatic, mild or very mild cases or COVID suspect cases, DCHC beds are for moderate cases and DCH is for severe cases. Kalyan-Dombivli  Last week, Kalyan-Dombivli beat Thane for the most number of cases in MMR. It currently has 387 more cases than Thane’s 16,215. Cases in Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation area have been rising rapidly. There are 16,602 confirmed cases currently of which 3,521 cases are active, according to the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation dashboard. But there are not enough facilities for those who may want to get tested or need emergency hospitalisation in this region. Testing Centres Despite the high number of cases, ICMR has not approved a single testing center in Kalyan-Dombivli, and all collected samples are sent to Mumbai, increasing the time taken to get test results.  According to the KDMC dashboard, patients are being taken to five hospitals: Shastri Nagar Hospital, Tata Amantra, Neon, Sai Hospital, Holy Cross, BAJ RR Hospital and Research Centre. As of 22nd July, no beds were available in Shastri Nagar and BAJ RR Hospital, whereas only 4 beds were available at Neon, 22 at Holy Cross, 290 at Tata Amantra and 13 at Sai Hospital. No ventilator beds were available at Tata Amantra, BAJ RR Hospital, Sai Hospital. 7 ventilator beds were available at Holy Cross, 2 at Shastri Nagar and only 1 at Neon.  KDMC wants to increase the total number of beds at Tata Amranta to 700, but despite the addition, the total beds in the region would only be 902, much lower than the number of active cases in the area. According to details on the KDMC website, the city has 1022 beds, still quite insufficient for the escalating cases. The Municipality has set up 8 fever clinics to ramp up testing. Kalyan-Dombivli helpline number: 0251-2211373  Thane Thane has 16,215 positive cases, which is second highest after Kalyan-Dombivli in MMR. Last month, after an exponential rise in cases in Thane, the state government and Thane Municipal Corporation opened the Thane Covid Hospital which has helped improve the city’s bed numbers. While the city has managed to secure care centers, there’s a severe shortage of doctors and healthcare professionals, according to media reports. Thus, “the corporation has requisitioned the service of private doctors”. Like Mumbai, Thane has put out details about hospitals for symptomatic patients and centers for asymptomatic patients. Currently, the city has a capacity of 1531 beds of which, as of July 22, about 723 beds and 90 ICU beds were available. But with the speedily rising cases, the lack of ICU beds, oxygen beds, and ventilators is a cause for concern. When cases escalated in Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation tripled its oxygen bed availability from 5,496 beds by adding another 9,000 beds. A similar escalation might be required in Thane and Kalyan-Dombivli. Government testing centres in Thane: Rajiv Gandhi Medical College & CSM Hospital, Kalwa, Thane, Mumbai Sub district Hospital, Shahapur, Thane Private testing centres in Thane: InfeXnLaboratoriesPrivateLimited,A/131, Therelek Compound, Road No 23, Wagle Industrial Estate, Thane (W)Vaidya Lab Thane, Unit of Millennium Special Lab Pvt Ltd, Odyssey Park, 2nd Floor, 201, Raghunath Nagar, Wagle Estate, ThaneMetropolisHealthcareLimited,ShopNo.1, Ground Floor, Ahilya Building, Savarkar Marg, Thane West, ThaneJupiter Hospital, Eastern Express Highway, Thane West For information about COVID in Thane, visit: https://covidthane.org/covid-19.html Navi Mumbai The third-most affected city in MMR is Navi Mumbai with 12,269 cases, of which 3,986 are active. The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation dashboard lists 2,369 beds for COVID-19 Care Centre (CCC), 803 beds for Dedicated COVID-19 Health Centre (DCHC) and only 797 Dedicated COVID-19 Hospital (DCH). The corporation has also planned an additional 370 DCH beds, along with 1242 DCHC beds and and 2301 CCC beds.  On 22nd July, less than half of DCH beds – which are meant for severe cases – were occupied. But the city is falling short of ICU beds and ventilators. Navi Mumbai also has an unofficial dashboard to help citizens find helpline numbers, nearby hospitals, and chemists: https://navimumbai.city/ Private testing centres in Navi Mumbai:   Thyrocare Technologies Limited, D37/1, TTC MIDC, Turbhe, Navi MumbaiSir H.N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre, Molecular Medicine, Reliance Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd., R-282, TTC Industrial Area, Rabale, Navi MumbaiMGM Medical College and Hospital, Navi Mumbai Government testing centres in Navi Mumbai:  Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation General Hospital, F.R.U. VashiMGM New Bombay Hospital, Vashi Pathology Lab, Plot no 35, sector 3 , Vashi, Navi MumbaiApollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited, Plot # 13, Parsik Hill Rd, Sector 23, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai Vasai-Virar The densely populated cities of Vasai-Virar have the next highest cases in MMR. Their current total is 10,186. The Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation dashboard has published lists of hospitals, chemists, ambulances but haven’t revealed the number of basic hospital beds, ICU beds, or ventilators available in the region. At least two new hospitals have opened in Vasai-Virar in the past month.  Government Testing Centres in Palghar district:  Model Rural Health Research Unit (MRHRU), Sub District Hospital, Agar, Dahanu, PalgharAgrawal Hospital Isolation Centre, Vasai Virar Municipal Corporation, Dist. Palghar Mira-Bhayandar There are 6,950 total cases in Mira-Bhayandar. The Mira-Bhayandar Municipal corporation hasn’t put up a COVID dashboard for information. The city has access to a total of 754 beds, according to media reports. Private Testing Center: Apoorva Diagnostic and Health Care, Bhaktivedanta Hospital and Research Institute, Bhaktivedanta Swami MArg, Sector 1, Mira Bhayandar Ulhasnagar Ulhasnagar has 6,017 known positive cases so far, of which 2116 are active, according to the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation dashboard. Of the two DCH mentioned on the dashboard, beds were available only at Women’s Hospital.  The city has 10 DCHC where 154 beds were available, at the time of checking on 23rd July 2020. Testing Centre in Ulhasnagar Like Kalyan-Dombivli, no Ulhasnagar testing center has been approved by ICMR. Ulhasnagar residents can access information on ambulance, area-wise doctors and other resources here Get the Citizen Matters newsletter About Apekshita Varshney 6 Articles Apekshita Varshney is a freelance journalist based in Mumbai. 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2020-07-24Thane: woman held for black marketing COVID-19 injection - United News of India
Thane: woman held for black marketing COVID-19 injectionThane, Jul 24 (UNI) A woman has been arrested for black marketing an injection used in the COVID-19 treatment, stated the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials here on Friday.The accused has been identified as Nita Panjwani, a resident of Ulhasnagar suburb.The woman was apprehended in a raid conducted on Thursday evening, officials apprised, adding that she was selling the injection Tocilizumab Actemra at Rs 60,000 from its' market price of Rs 40,545.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-07-24Retired teacher from Ulhasnagar arrested for black marketing of tocilizumab injection - Times of India
Retired teacher from Ulhasnagar arrested for black marketing of tocilizumab injectionRetired teacher from Ulhasnagar arrested for black marketing of tocilizumab injectionPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jul 24, 2020, 14:40 ISTULHASNAGAR: The Food and Drug Administration Department with help of Kalyan Crime Branch unit have arrested, a 56-year-old retired teacher from Ulhasnagar for allegedly black marketing tocilizumab injection used in the treatment of Covid-19 patients. The arrested retired teacher Neeta Panjawani is a resident of Manish Nagar area in Ulhasnagar. The FDA team led by Drug Inspector Nishigandha Pasthe with help of crime unit of Kalyan on Thursday evening arrested Panjawani with 1 tocilizumab injection which has MRP of 40,545 while she was selling it at price of Rs 60,000 without bill. Sanju John, senior police inspector of Kalyan crime unit who helped FDA team to led trap and caught her red handed by sending fake customer to buy injection said probe about from where Panjawani has got injection is still going on. In this connection the police have registered offences under relevant sections of IPC, Food and Drug Administration's Regulations and price control norms. 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsCoronavirus newsCoronavirus India update liveIndia China newsIPL 2020 dateRBSE 10th ResultAmala ShankarCoronavirus vaccineFlipkart WholesaleLATEST VIDEOSCityRajasthan political crisis: Relief for Sachin Pilot camp, HC orders for status quo Old DDA colonies may get a new lease of life Covid-19: Positivity rate now down to 5.7% in Delhi Kerala University UG admission process begins More from TOIBarley vs wheat: Which is Better?Grocery shopping tips to stay safe amid coronavirusFace shields for an added protection when you step out of your homeWater-resistant shoes for little boys that'll make rain showers funNavbharat 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsCoronavirus newsCoronavirus India update liveIndia China newsIPL 2020 dateRBSE 10th ResultAmala ShankarCoronavirus vaccineFlipkart WholesaleNIT AdmissionGold RateNewsCoronavirus newsNag Panchami 2020 dateHoroscope 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 webAftab ShivdasaniSSR ThrowbackAbhijeet BhattacharyaSonal ChauhanAnurag KashyapElizabeth HelenDisha PataniSushant SinghKangana Team AllegesTrending topicsRanbir-AliaKangana RanautSushant SisterJanhvi KapoorAmitabh BachchanTaylor SwiftSushant Childhood PicturesKangana on Her ConversationKangana on B-grade Actor TagKangana-SushantCoronavirus VaccineCOVID-19 Herd ImmunityAmazon App Quiz TodayRealme 6i Launch TodayRealme V5 5GVivo X50 Series PhoneKarnataka Corona CasesAmazon Prime Day SaleFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-07-23COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 9,895 new COVID-19 cases; total tally climbs to 3,47,502 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 9,895 new COVID-19 cases; total tally climbs to 3,47,502Jul 23, 2020, 22.29PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 9,895 new COVID-19 cases; total tally climbs to 3,47,502Despite various measures including localised shutdowns, Maharashtra continues to remain the top COVID-19-affected state. On Wednesday, the state reported its highest-ever spike with 10,576 cases, taking the state tally to 3.37 lakh and death toll to 12,556. Pune district recorded a rise of 3,218 positive cases. The MMR region saw a spike of 3,757 new cases including 1,310 from Mumbai. India's overall tally has crossed 12.3 lakh, even though recoveries have surged. Meanwhile, Health Minister Rajesh tope has said that gyms in the state would be allowed to reopen at the earliest and the state will soon frame a standard operating procedure (SOP) for the same.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-07-23 22:29(IST) Telangana public health director G Srinivas sees signs of Covid-19 community transmissionTelangana health officials see signs of community spread of COVID-19 in the state. Public health director G Srinivas and medical education director Ramesh Reddy said at a joint media conference on Thursday that people should be more careful in the next four to five weeks. Read more2020-07-23 21:54(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar death toll nears 4,000; Ambernath, Badlapur report fewer cases on ThursdayUlhasnagar on Thursday reported 161 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 6,178. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 102 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 3,944 have recovered. Read more2020-07-23 21:29(IST) Tamil Nadu: 84 Raj Bhavan employees test positive for COVID-19A total of 84 employees, including security and fire service personnel, at Raj Bhavan tested positive for COVID-19. The afflicted have been placed under quarantine by the health department. Read more2020-07-23 20:54(IST) COVID-19 July 23 HighlightsIn a shocking incident, a dead body of a person fell from an ambulance while being taken to perform the final rites from the civic hospital. The incident took place in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra on Tuesday evening. A photo of the incident has gone viral, raising questions over the negligence of authorities. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of July 23 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and the rest of the country.2020-07-23 20:30(IST) Mumbai reports 1,257 new COVID-19 cases; total tally climbs to 1,05,829A total of 1,257 new COVID-19 cases and 55 deaths were reported today in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). With this, Mumbai has recorded 1,05,829 cases and 5,927 deaths so far. A total of 1,984 people were recovered and discharged today, and 77,102 patients have been discharged so far. The recovery rate in Mumbai district is 72 per cent.2020-07-23 20:21(IST) Maharashtra reports 9,895 new COVID-19 cases; total tally climbs to 3,47,502A total of 9,895 new COVID-19 cases and 298 deaths were reported today in Maharashtra. With this, the state has recorded 3,47,502 cases and 12,854 deaths so far. A total of 6,484 people were recovered and discharged today, and 1,94,253 patients have been discharged so far. Currently, 8,74,267 people are in home quarantine and 45,222 people are in institutional quarantine. The recovery rate in the state is 55.9 per cent.2020-07-23 19:33(IST) Punjab reports 441 new Covid-19 positive cases and 8 deaths todayPunjab recorded 441 new COVID-19 positive cases and 8 deaths today. There are a total of 11,739 positive cases and 3,721 active cases. The death toll stands at 277.2020-07-23 19:16(IST) Over 7.88 lakh Indians have returned under Vande Bharat Mission till July 22: MEAOver 7.88 lakh Indians stranded abroad due to coronavirus pandemic have returned under Vande Bharat Mission till July 22, Ministry of External Affairs said on Thursday. Addressing the regular weekly media briefing, MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said 1,03,976 Indians who have returned from Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh through land borders. Read story here2020-07-23 19:02(IST) Kerala records 1,078 new COVID-19 positive cases todayKerala recorded 1,078 new COVID-19 positive cases and 5 deaths today. The number of active cases in the state stand at 9468.2020-07-23 18:39(IST) Tamil Nadu reports 6,472 new COVID-19 positive cases and 88 deaths todayTamil Nadu recorded 6,472 new COVID-19 positive cases and 88 deaths today. Total number of positive cases stand at 1,92,964 in the state and 52,939 active cases. The death toll stands at 3,232.2020-07-23 18:30(IST) SpiceJet allowed to operate flights between India, US"It gives me immense pleasure to share that SpiceJet has been designated as an Indian scheduled carrier to operate between India and the US," said Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet on Thursday. Read story here2020-07-23 18:08(IST) CM Uddhav Thackeray launched COVID-19 testing Laboratory and Research Centre in Dharashiv todayCM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray launched COVID-19 testing Laboratory and Research Centre at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Ma… https://t.co/Avd37yyT1T— CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) 15954932890002020-07-23 17:45(IST) SC agrees to hear plea against UGC circular on final term examsA bench of Justice Nageswara Rao posted the matter for hearing before a bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan after Solicitor General Tushar Mehta submitted that a bench led by Justice Bhushan had already dismissed a similar plea on July 18. Read story here2020-07-23 17:35(IST) Dharavi reports only 6 new coronavirus positive cases today; tally climbs to 2,513Only six more persons tested positive for coronavirus in the slum-clusters of Dharavi in the last 24 hours, taking the figures to 2,513 on Thursday. Considered the biggest slum settlement in Asia, Dharavi has so far reported 142 active cases and 2,121 people have been cured/discharged. Read story here2020-07-23 17:12(IST) Covid-19 patients go missing in Tirupati, officials cluelessHealth officials in the district are facing difficulty in tracing these missing positive persons. They approached the police for help in their mission to trace the patients. "Most of these people have given their correct Aadhaar card numbers. But, they gave wrong phone numbers and addresses. They may be worried about the stigma in the society," District Medical and Health Officer Dr Penchalaiah told Mirror. Read story here2020-07-23 16:52(IST) Five posts to cheer you upWhile it may be quarantine, many have taken this period of time to either indulge in some much-needed rest, catch up with friends virtually or pick up new skills. During such times of crisis, social media has not only played an important role in hosting necessary information but also helped in sharing a couple of laughs. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to add a tinge of joy to your day.2020-07-23 16:27(IST) 2,529 new COVID19 positive cases reported in the Uttar Pradesh in last 24 hours2020-07-23 15:46(IST) Jharkhand Assembly Secretariat sealed till July 27Jharkhand Assembly Secretariat has been sealed till July 27 for disinfection after reports of some of the staff and members of the Assembly testing positive for COVID19. All meetings of the Assembly committees will remain suspended till July 31 with immediate effect. (ANI)2020-07-23 15:10(IST) Kerala Cabinet cancelsAssembly Session in wake of increasing number of COVID19 casesKerala Cabinet decided to cancel the Assembly Session scheduled to be convened on July 27, in wake of increasing number of COVID19 cases. A special cabinet meeting will be held on Monday where a decision will be taken on imposing a complete lockdown in the state.2020-07-23 14:51(IST) Bhiwandi: How COVID-19 situation improved in power loom townThe COVID 19 scene in Bhiwandi is improving soon after the new commissioner Pankaj Ashiya took over on June 20 Ashiya, a 2016 batch IAS officer was handpicked by the general administration department additional chief secretary S J Kunte for improving the COVID situation in Malegaon which was a hotspot. Soon after this, he was sent to Thane to assist the commissioner. By then the situation in Bhiwandi was getting bad. Kunte and then chief secretary Ajoy Mehta appointed him as the commissioner of Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Corporation. 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2020-07-23Protesters' burn VP Naidu's effigy in Thane - United News of India
Protesters' burn VP Naidu's effigy in ThaneDelhi's COVID recovery rate improves to 85 63 pc, tally now 127364 IndiaWorldSports WorldcupCricketTennis/Badminton/T THockeyFootballTennisEventsAsian GamesOlympics GamesOther Games IPLCommonwealth GamesNational GameSouth Asian GamesBusiness & Economy Science & Technology FeaturesEntertainment States EastWestNorthSouthAutoworld States » WestPosted at: Jul 23 2020 10:16PM Protesters' burn VP Naidu's effigy in ThaneThane, Jul 23 (UNI) The comment by Vice President Venkaiah Naidu after the oath-taking ceremony of Udayan Raje Bhosle where he instructed him that nothing more than the oath like Jai Shivaji, Jai Bhavani has kicked up much row in Thane district.In aftermath of the comment of the VP, the NCP activists from Ulhasnagar township today burnt the effigy of the VP and protested against Please log in to get detailed story. 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UNI PhotoNEW DELHI, JULY 23 (UNI):- Defence Minister Rajnath Singh chaired a Group of Ministers’ (GoM) meeting on welfare of street vendors at South Block, New Delhi on Thursday. Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan, Minister of Law & Justice, Communications and Electronics & Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad and Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Housing & Urban Affairs and Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri were present in the meeting. The GoM meeting reviewed the progress of Pradhanmantri Street Vendor's Aatmanirbhar Nidhi. This scheme was launched on 02 June 2020 by the Ministry of Urban Development.UNI PHOTO-AK6UNEW DELHI, JULY 23 (UNI):- Defence Minister Rajnath Singh chaired a Group of Ministers’ (GoM) meeting on welfare of street vendors at South Block, New Delhi on Thursday. Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan, Minister of Law & Justice, Communications and Electronics & Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad and Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Housing & Urban Affairs and Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri were present in the meeting. The GoM meeting reviewed the progress of Pradhanmantri Street Vendor's Aatmanirbhar Nidhi. This scheme was launched on 02 June 2020 by the Ministry of Urban Development.UNI PHOTO-AK7UNEW DELHI, JULY 23 (UNI):- Defence Minister Rajnath Singh chaired a Group of Ministers’ (GoM) meeting on welfare of street vendors at South Block, New Delhi on Thursday. Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan, Minister of Law & Justice, Communications and Electronics & Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad and Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Housing & Urban Affairs and Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri were present in the meeting. The GoM meeting reviewed the progress of Pradhanmantri Street Vendor's Aatmanirbhar Nidhi. This scheme was launched on 02 June 2020 by the Ministry of Urban Development.UNI PHOTO-AK5UNEW DELHI, JULY 23 (UNI):- Defence Minister Rajnath Singh chaired a Group of Ministers’ (GoM) meeting on welfare of street vendors at South Block, New Delhi on Thursday. Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan, Minister of Law & Justice, Communications and Electronics & Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad and Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Housing & Urban Affairs and Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri were present in the meeting. The GoM meeting reviewed the progress of Pradhanmantri Street Vendor's Aatmanirbhar Nidhi. This scheme was launched on 02 June 2020 by the Ministry of Urban Development.UNI PHOTO-AK4UNEW DELHI, JULY 23 (UNI):- Defence Minister Rajnath Singh chaired a Group of Ministers’ (GoM) meeting on welfare of street vendors at South Block, New Delhi on Thursday. Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan, Minister of Law & Justice, Communications and Electronics & Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad and Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Housing & Urban Affairs and Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri were present in the meeting. The GoM meeting reviewed the progress of Pradhanmantri Street Vendor's Aatmanirbhar Nidhi. This scheme was launched on 02 June 2020 by the Ministry of Urban Development.UNI PHOTO-AK3UKOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) Police stop commuters to check the necessary documents during the complete lockdown in the state Government to curb the spread of Coronavirus, in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 9KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) Howrah Bridge wears deserted look during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 17KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) Police stop commuters to check the necessary documents during the complete lockdown in the state Government to curb the spread of Coronavirus, in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 10KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) City road wears deserted look during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 19KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) City road wears deserted look during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 18KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) People waiting for bus on their arrival at Howrah station during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus, in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 16KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) People waiting for bus on their arrival at Howrah station during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus, in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 15KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) City road wears deserted look during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 14KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) City road wears deserted look during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 13KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) City road wears deserted look during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 12KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) Police stop commuters to check the necessary documents during the complete lockdown in the state Government to curb the spread of Coronavirus, in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 8KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) Police stop commuters to check the necessary documents during the complete lockdown in the state Government to curb the spread of Coronavirus, in Kolkata on Thursday.UNI PHOTO CAL 7KOLKATA, JUL 23 (UNI) Buses stand at a bus stand during the complete lockdown in the state to curb the spread of Coronavirus, in Kolkata on Thursday. 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2020-07-23Over 10,500 Covid-19 cases in a day in Maharashtra, nearly half from Pune - Times of India
Over 10,500 Covid-19 cases in a day in Maharashtra, nearly half from PuneTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsAslam ShaikhCoronavirus in MumbaiCoronavirus in MaharashtraOver 10,500 Covid-19 cases in a day in Maharashtra, nearly half from PuneBhavika Jain & Malathy Iyer | TNN | Jul 23, 2020, 06:19 ISTHealthcare workers in PPE carrying out check-ups in Malad on WednesdayMUMBAI: Maharashtra made its highest single-day addition of Covid-19 cases -- 10,576 -- on Wednesday, crossing the 10,000 figure in a 24-hour period for the first time. Its previous highest tally for a day was 9,518 on July 19 (Sunday). However, Mumbai, which was once the worst hotspot in the country and accounted for over 70% of the daily caseload in Maharashtra, accounted for roughly 12% of the state’s cases on Wednesday. With this, the state’s total caseload is 3,37,607, and with addition of 1,310 new cases, Mumbai’s case tally has gone up to 1,04,678. Maharashtra has 1,36,980 active cases and the city 23,393 at present. The state also recorded 280 deaths, its second-highest toll for a day (the previous high being 295 on July 4), taking the total toll to 12,556. Of total deaths in the state on Wednesday, Mumbai contributed 21% by adding 58 fatalities and taking its own toll to 5,875. Pune division was the biggest contributor of cases on Wednesday, adding 4,080 cases in 24 hours and reporting 71 deaths. Mumbai Metropolitan Region, which too has been adding a large number of cases, reported 2,447 cases and 59 fatalities. The doubling rate for Mumbai is on the verge of touching 60 days, and case growth rate has been 1.17% between July 16 and 21. According to the BMC daily update, the city’s doubling rate on Wednesday was 59 days. “We plan to increase the number of tests done in Mumbai,” said AMC Suresh Kakani. While the city was conducting 4,500 tests on an average until last month, the number is 6,000 at present. “By weekend, we plan to increase it to 8,000 and the plan is to reach 12,000 tests a day shortly,” Kakani added. BMC also plans to increase the use of rapid antigen testing. The NMMC area reported 303 new cases and six deaths, taking the number of cases there to 12,269 and the toll to 358. Panvel city reported 148 positives and six deaths, taking the cases there to 5,250 and the toll to 127. Kalyan-Dombivli crossed the tally of 17,000 cases, reporting 427 new cases. Public health minister Rajesh Tope said the state was aggressively testing and will increase the number of tests in a big way soon. “There is no question of testing less. We have also started antigen testing and will be increasing it in a big way,” Tope said. He said the state had over 160 labs on Wednesday. Tope agreed that in Pune and MMR, critical care beds are a problem area for which the state has asked corporations and hospitals to ensure such beds are not occupied by asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic patients. Lockdown lifted in UlhasnagarOn a day Covid-19 cases crossed 6,000 in Ulhasnagar, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation lifted the lockdown there. But curbs in hotspots will remain until July 31, as in many other MMR areas. 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2020-07-23Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsMaharashtra Corona CasesCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai RainsMumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jul 23, 2020, 14:08 ISTSwab tests carried out at Girgaonkar Wadi at Mahim by MCGM health workers and doctorsThe Maharashtra government announced extension of the general lockdown until July 31 with an aim to contain the Covid-19 surge. The notification issued by the state government has also restricted inter-district travel between municipal corporations within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to that for office purposes and essential activities like medical reasons. *Health minister Rajesh Tope said on Wednesday that the government would set up plasma banks in Dharavi and Malegaon, two hot spots of the coronavirus infection in the state at one stage. * Update by ANI at 12.44pm: Election Commission of India has deferred by-elections to Lok Sabha & state Assemblies scheduled up to September 7, in view of Covid-19 pandemic & flood situation in certain states. The elections will be held as soon as the situation becomes conducive. *More than half the symptomatic patients who tested negative for Covid-19 in an antigen test later came positive with the realtime PCR method, reveal findings from two major civic laboratories. This underscores the high rate of false negatives in rapid antigen testing, which started this month under BMC’s ‘Mission Universal Testing’ plan. * Update at 10.36am: Passengers maintain a queue for boarding MSRTC operated extra buses * Update at 10.28am: Heavy police presence at MSRTC depot, Nalasopara West after yesterday’s protest * Update by PTI at 10.15am: Active Covid-19 cases in India stand at 4,26,167, while 7,82,606 people have recovered so far, reports PTI quoting Union health ministry * Update at 9.38am: India's Covid-19 tally stands at 12,38,635 with highest single-day spike of 45,720 new cases and 1,129 deaths, health ministry *The state is finalising standard operating procedures (SOP) to soon restart gyms and other establishments with physical distancing, the minister said in an interaction with the media on lifting Covid-19 restrictions. *The first phase of the sero-survey for Covid-19 covering 10,000 residents is complete, said BMC officials on Wednesday. The first phase is complete, but to conclude the results of the survey we will wait till the second phase samples are collected. *On a day Covid-19 cases crossed 6,000 in Ulhasnagar, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation lifted the lockdown there. But curbs in hotspots will remain until July 31, as in many other MMR areas. *Maharashtra made its highest single-day addition of Covid-19 cases -- 10,576 -- on Wednesday, crossing the 10,000 figure in a 24-hour period for the first time. Its previous highest tally for a day was 9,518 on July 19 (Sunday). *Of 1,571 Covid suspects who took rapid antigen tests in Thane, 20% have tested positive so far. The others will now undergo a fresh swab test, said officials. 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2020-07-23COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar recoveries near 4,000; Ambernath, Badlapur report fewer cases on Thursday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar recoveries near 4,000; Ambernath, Badlapur report fewer cases on ThursdayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar recoveries near 4,000; Ambernath, Badlapur report fewer cases on ThursdayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 23, 2020, 21:57 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeDespite restrictions, heavy rush seen in UlhasnagarThane: Ulhasnagar on Thursday reported 161 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 6,178. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 102 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 3,944 have recovered. Out of the 161 cases, the maximum number of 86 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 38 in Ulhasnagar-5, 19 in Ulhasnagar-1, 13 in Ulhasnagar-3 and 5 in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 2,132 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 53 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 2,154 with 35 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC), so far, 1,387 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 732. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Manav park, Juveli and Valivali, while the remaining were from Sanewadi, Gandhi Chowk, Katrap, Manikavali, Kharvai, MIDC Road, Ambika Nagar, Yadav Nagar, Deepali Park and Manjarli.. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 76 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and the case count has now climbed to 3,355, along with 125 fatalities. As many as 2,725 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Council now stands at 505. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Watch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 202011,000 arrested, over 55k cases registered in Maharashtra for lockdow...Apr 19, 2020 Pure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Everybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El Dorado Premium 2&3 BHK Homes at Hebbal Starting at 1.05cr*House of HiranandaniLive at Ease Thrive in Peace, 2BHK Homes Starting @ 68.5L*House of HiranandaniSamsung Galaxy S20 Series. Own Now @ ₹3099.Samsung Galaxy S20Insure against uncertainties, with HDFC LifeHDFC LifeMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker
2020-07-23MMR tops Mumbai tally as cases double 50% faster - Times of India
MMR tops Mumbai tally as cases double 50% fasterTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsMaharashtra Corona CasesCoronavirus in MumbaiFire in MumbaiMMR tops Mumbai tally as cases double 50% fasterSumitra Debroy & Bhavika Jain | TNN | Jul 24, 2020, 05:22 ISTA patient’s swab sample is collected in Navi MumbaiMUMBAI: The Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) that crossed Mumbai’s Covid -19 tally on Wednesday took half the time to double its cases as compared to the city. The region that consists of three districts and eight municipal corporations (without including Mumbai city and suburban) took 20 days to double its tally from 52,657 cases to 1,05,300 on Wednesday. In comparison, Mumbai had taken 42 days to reach the Wednesday tally of 1,04,878 from 52,667 cases on June 10. In fact, in the 22 days of July, Mumbai added 27,030 cases, whereas MMR added 58,106 to surpass Mumbai’s mark. Within the corporations in the MMR, Kalyan-Dombivli added the highest on Thursday with 414 cases. Following it are Thane, Navi Mumbai and Vasai-Virar with 300 -plus cases daily. MMR has beds but lacks trained experts, says doctorWorryingly, the daily average deaths in MMR are far more than those in Mumbai. On Thursday, 75 (58%) of 130 deaths in the region came from cities near Mumbai. Mumbai’s population is 1.8 crore, while MMR’s estimated population is 2.3 crore. State officials said the deluge of cases in MMR has put the spotlight on its underdeveloped health infrastructure, more so as patients make a beeline for Mumbai hospitals. Smaller corporations like Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar are affected due to lack of health infrastructure in the wake of growing cases. Ulhasnagar, on Thursday added 170 cases and Vasai-Virar saw 23 deaths in 24 hours. At SevenHills Hospital, a 1,000-bed facility for Covid, nearly 20% beds are occupied by patients from MMR. “Many come looking for oxygen support and ICU. Even if facilities have beds there, trained manpower seems to be an issue,” said Dr Balkrishna Adsul, in charge of SevenHills. A senior physician from a SoBo hospital said they are flooded with calls from politicians referring patients from MMR. “It’s not enough to put a patient on oxygen support. One should know when to increase flow or decrease it,” the doctor said. Adsul added patients are spending a few days in local hospitals and losing out on precious time. An integrated command centre for better bed management as well as pooling of resources in MMR is now on the cards. KDMC has the most cases among the 8 corporations of MMR. It has reported a 160% increase in cases since start of July, while Thane has seen an 81% increase from 9,922 on July 1 to 17,969 on July 22. Also, for the month, MMR has added almost double the number of daily cases compared to Mumbai. A state official said cases in satellite towns have gone up since the unlocking began and a large number of infections are among frontline workers working in Mumbai or neighbouring areas. NMMC has launched ‘Mission Break the Chain’ with a surveillance and screening drive in 42 hotspots. In Mira-Bhayander, tenders have been invited for a 1,000 bed Covid care centre. 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2020-07-23COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar death toll nears 4,000; Ambernath, Badlapur report fewer cases on Thursday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar recoveries near 4,000; Ambernath, Badlapur report fewer cases on ThursdayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar recoveries near 4,000; Ambernath, Badlapur report fewer cases on ThursdayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 23, 2020, 21:57 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeDespite restrictions, heavy rush seen in UlhasnagarThane: Ulhasnagar on Thursday reported 161 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 6,178. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 102 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 3,944 have recovered. Out of the 161 cases, the maximum number of 86 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 38 in Ulhasnagar-5, 19 in Ulhasnagar-1, 13 in Ulhasnagar-3 and 5 in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 2,132 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 53 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 2,154 with 35 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC), so far, 1,387 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 732. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Manav park, Juveli and Valivali, while the remaining were from Sanewadi, Gandhi Chowk, Katrap, Manikavali, Kharvai, MIDC Road, Ambika Nagar, Yadav Nagar, Deepali Park and Manjarli.. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 76 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and the case count has now climbed to 3,355, along with 125 fatalities. As many as 2,725 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Council now stands at 505. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Watch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020 The best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More. Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareRead to know how to strengthen your financial immunitySBI Life InsuranceEverybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily News How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times2BHK Homes at Devanahalli Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.House of HiranandaniLive at Ease Thrive in Peace, 2&3BHK Homes Starting @1.05cr*House of HiranandaniMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaSamsung Galaxy S20 Series. Own Now @ ₹3099.Samsung Galaxy S20
2020-07-22Covid hospital did not pay two months’ salary: Pune doctor - Hindustan Times
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2020-07-22Woman accuses father, brother of embezzlement - Times of India
Woman accuses father, brother of embezzlementWoman accuses father, brother of embezzlementTNN | Jul 23, 2020, 04:20 ISTAhmedabad: Pooja Ashok Sirvani, 32, of Kubernagar lodged a complaint with Sardarnagar police on Tuesday accusing her father Ashok Sirvani and brother Ravi Sirvani, both from Kubernagar, of misappropriating Rs 6.75 lakh and jewellery of Rs 4 lakh she had got from her husband at the time of her divorce. Police have registered a case under Sections 406, 420, 323 and 114 of the IPC. According to the FIR, Pooja stays with her parents and brother Ravi in a rented house at Kubernagar. In 2014, she had wed Haresh Hariyani of Ulhasnagar. “One year later the couple divorced and Hariyani gave her the money and the jewellery her parents had given her at her wedding,” said a police official. The complainant said that 10 months ago, she came to know that her father and brother had taken the money and jewellery for their own use. According to the FIR, on March 3, her brother beat her over the issue and she called the police control room for help. “At that time, her parents had promised her to give back the money after the lockdown,” said a police official. 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2020-07-22COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones till July 31; Badlapur, Ambernath num - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones till July 31; Badlapur, Ambernath numbers refuse to die downYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones till July 31; Badlapur, Ambernath numbers refuse to die downWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 22, 2020, 21:18 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Nilesh Wairkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday reported 151 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 6,016. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 97 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 3,804 have recovered. Out of the 151 cases, the maximum number of 65 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 38 in Ulhasnagar-3, 26 in Ulhasnagar-1, 17 in Ulhasnagar-5 and 13 in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 2,116 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. Also, the lockdown has been extended until July 31 in the containment zones of Ulhasnagar. The rest of the areas will resume operations as per the guidelines of the government's Mission Begin Again. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 70 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 2,101 with 35 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC), so far, 1,387 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 679. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Hendrepada, Belauli, Ganeshghat and Vaaniaali, while the remaining were from Katrap, Rameshwadi, Mohan Park, Datta Nagari, Shivaji Chowk, Bhonsle Nagar, Bhagirathi Pride, Rohidaswada, TV Tower, Juveli, Jadhav Colony, Shirgaon, Manjarli and Patilpada. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 69 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday and the case count has now climbed to 3,279, along with 124 fatalities. As many as 2,328 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Council now stands at 527. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020 How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionThe best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More. Get faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily NewsA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker Ensure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj AllianzNikhar Aventino: Where Life Finds a New PerspectiveNikhar AventinoIndustry Synergised BBA Program - 10 Specialisations offeredGEMS B SCHOOLMillionaire exposed: Her 3 year self-made crorepati secret!Style & LifeBachelor’s Degree in Hotel Management - Work study programGEMS B SCHOOL12 Celebrities Who Lost It All and Now Work Regular JobsNewscityhub
2020-07-22Covid-19: Kalyan-Dombivli crosses 17k cases, lockdown relaxed in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Covid-19: Kalyan-Dombivli crosses 17k cases, lockdown relaxed in UlhasnagarCovid-19: Kalyan-Dombivli crosses 17k cases, lockdown relaxed in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jul 22, 2020, 21:40 ISTRepresentative image. KALYAN: The Kalyan-Dombivli which has become hotspot for Covid-19 patients in Mumbai Metropolitan Region region barring Mumbai on Wednesday crossed 17,000 mark of coronavirus cases. Meanwhile neighbouring Ulhasnagar city which is also witnessing rise in Covid-19 cases crossed 6,000 cases o Wednesday. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) on Wednesday relaxed relaxed lockdown on formula of P1 and P2. The UMC like other civic bodies in Thane district has also imposed curbs on 21 Covid-19 hotspots areas till July 31. The Ulhasnagar on Wednesday has reported 151 new patients and five death taking total numbers of patients 6,017 including 97 deaths so far. An activist Moti Ludhwani from Ulhasnagar demanded that UMC should start survey and testing of Covid suspects in city at large scale like Dharavi area in Mumbai which is recently assured by UMC chief Dr Raja Dayanidhi. The Kalyan-Dombivli meanwhile on Wednesday reported 427 new fresh Covid-19 patients and 8 deaths taking total number of patients to 17,023 in the region including total 272 deaths so far. The health department officials of KDMC said that on Wednesday they also discharged 429 patients taking the total number of discharged patients to 10,857 in while remaining 5,894 active patients still gwtting treatment in hospitals. 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2020-07-22268 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Kalyan-Dombivali - Mumbai Live
268 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Kalyan-Dombivali268 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Kalyan-DombivaliDespite the measures taken by the authorities, the number of cases is on a constant rise. The total number of coronavirus cases in the KDMC region stands at 18,981.By Mumbai Live TeamHealth MumbaiSHARESAdvertisementThe number of coronavirus cases has been on a constant rise in Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) region. Despite the measures taken by the authorities, the number of cases in this area is constantly spiking. The total number of coronavirus cases in the KDMC region stands at 18,981.Kalyan-Dombivali on Tuesday recorded 268 new cases of coronavirus and 9 deaths were recorded. From the last few days, KDMC has been recording 450 to 550 cases daily. On Tuesday 381 patients recovered from coronavirus. To date, 10,428 patients have been recovered in the KDMC region.Different areas in KDMC where new cases are found include 42 from Kalyan East, 67 from Kalyan West, 101 from Dombivali East, 47 from Dombivali West, 5 from Manda-Titwala, 5 from Mohana and 1 from Pisvali. Currently, 5,910 patients are being treated for coronavirus in the KDMC region.A relaxation in the lockdown has been given in areas which don't come under high-risk areas. The total number of coronavirus cases in the state stands at 3,27,031 and more than 1.8 lakh cases being cured.The total number of cases in other regions of Mumbai is as follows:Mumbai: 1,03,368Thane Municipal Corporation: 17,607Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation: 13,475Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation: 18,981Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation: 6,086Bhivandi- Nizampur Municipal Corporation: 3,475Palghar: 2,562Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation: 10,003Panvel Municipal Corporation: 5,566हिंदी में पढ़ेंमराठी मध्ये वाचाRELATED TOPICScoronaviruscovid 19Kalyan-Dombivali municipal areaKalyan-DombivaliKalyanDombivali  Loading next story...Latest NewsDisney+Hotstar adds more than 100 Hollywood classics to the libraryMumbai University to Take Online Applications for UG Degrees Starting July 24NCP MP Fauzia Khan tests COVID-19 positiveNow, Maharashtra Minister Abdul Sattar tests positive for coronavirusCoronavirus Cases In Kolhapur District Crossed The 5,000 MarkBMC opposition leader moves 'no confidence' motion against BEST general managerAdvertisementCivicMumbai University to Take Online Applications for UG Degrees Starting July 24Coronavirus Cases In Kolhapur District Crossed The 5,000 MarkBMC opposition leader moves 'no confidence' motion against BEST general managerRekha's residence is no more a containment zoneShops in Mira Bhayandar to open on odd even basisOutraged Passengers Stage Protest At Nalasopara ST Stand And Railway Station 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)
2020-07-22Maharashtra: Shift in focus - Frontline
Maharashtra: Shift in focus Lyla Bavadam Print edition : August 14, 2020 T+ T- A volunteer health worker using a smart helmet equipped with a thermo-scan sensor to check the body temperature of residents in Mumbai on July 21. Photo: INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP As the rise in infections seems to have plateaued in Mumbai, the Maharashtra government turns its attention to the rest of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region and districts where the virus is active. After almost four months of what he describes as “mind-numbing, heart-rending” work, a senior Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official, who requested anonymity, says he has a flicker of hope. “No one can say that the end is near. We may have to live with this virus for years. After more than three months of tackling it and working closely with doctors, there is no longer any shame or sense of failure in admitting that we really don’t know what’s happening. It has been a constant learning and unlearning process for us,” says the official. But what does seem to be clear, though this too he states with caution, is that “the rise in infections seems to have plateaued in Mumbai around early to mid July”.Despite this note of optimism, Mumbai continues to be the worst affected Indian city, with 1,00,350 cases and 5,650 deaths as of July 18. The optimism stems from the fact that there has been a drop in the number of new cases in the city, from 1,400 a day in late June to 1,200 in mid July. The recovery rate has also increased from 50 per cent on June 22 to 70 per cent on July 18. The official says, “We see sudden surges and now realise that these will keep happening because people are dropping their caution. After the lockdown was eased there was a surge. Then people were reminded of the seriousness of the situation and things calmed down a bit. But this will keep happening. No one will stay indoors all the time. On the whole, barring a few pockets, Mumbaikars acted responsibly during the worst days. We’re just asking that the basics of hygiene and physical distancing be maintained.” Another official who commented on the situation says, “It’s time for citizens to realise that this is everyone’s battle. If you don’t exercise caution you’re likely to get infected.”‘Self-inflicted problem’Dr Jawahar Mukhtiyar, a well-known physician, agrees with it, saying the spread of the virus is a “self-inflicted problem”. The city continues to have containment zones, and a large number of them are in the economically privileged areas. Take the example of the BMC’s most privileged A Ward in south Mumbai. Within A Ward is the Churchgate-Marine Drive area, a prime locality with homes of the well-heeled, senior bureaucrats, Ministers and old-timers in the city. Yet this area has more than 40 per cent of the cases in A Ward. Dr Mukhtiyar, who lives and practices in the area, says people have behaved in an “undisciplined and irresponsible manner. They think they are invincible and that bad things only happen to others.” He recounts instances of people celebrating weddings and birthdays and an entire family using one member’s essential services pass to move around the city. “The domestic help is made to sleep in common passages and use common toilets. There is no social distancing whatsoever when they sleep on the landings.” Rohini Char, a Churchgate resident, bemoans the “stupidity of people who have been holding card parties and calling relatives home thinking that just because they are family they are safe.” Though the BMC has sealed the buildings with positive cases, Dr Mukhtiyar says, “The BMC can seal a building but we need common sense and that’s in short supply.”Mumbai Metropolitan RegionWhile areas of Mumbai continue to see increases in the number of cases, the government’s focus has shifted to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Nashik, Aurangabad, Solapur, Jalgaon and Akola. All these areas have shown a spike in cases, and this is being attributed to the lifting of travel restrictions.As of July 20, the eight civic bodies that make up the MMR—Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Mira-Bhayandar, Vasai-Virar, Navi Mumbai, Panvel and Ulhasnagar—contributed 30 per cent of the total cases in the State. Over the last four weeks, these areas have seen a threefold rise in the number of cases. Poor medical infrastructure has resulted in high mortality and poor control of the virus. After Mumbai, it is Pune that has about 1,000 new cases a day and then comes Kalyan-Dombivli with 470 cases a day.There are fears that with the upcoming Ganpati festival, the virus will spread to the Konkan region. Every year a few lakh people return home to the Konkan for the festival. This year will probably be no exception though strict guidelines have been issued by the government for the festivities. On July 17, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray held a video conference with the Collectors of Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Raigad districts and told them to restrict the celebrations and follow the guidelines of Mumbai’s Ganesh mandals. A maximum height of four feet has been set for statues of the deity and only one public idol per municipal ward will be permitted, that too with stringent instructions about physical distancing. There will be no processions and the idols will have to be immersed in ponds created at the respective sites.The government’s thrust on testing continues. The BMC official says,“Mumbai is a good example that ramped-up testing works. Dharavi’s ‘chase the virus’ strategy worked well. But we have to remember that there was great support from the people. Apply the same strategy across the State and a semblance of control will be established. It is important to have this sense [of control]. It gives confidence to everyone.”Increased testingThe number of daily tests in Mumbai has increased from 4,408 in June to 5,326 until July 18. But it is considered inadequate since the Test Positivity Rate (TPR) of 21.7 per cent is still too high given the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) standard of 5 per cent. At present, for every 100 people tested 21 are positive. But there has been a slight improvement from June when the TPR was 28 per cent.If the TPR is over 5 per cent, it could be an indicator of community spread and of the inadequacy of the testing being done. To lower the TPR, the testing rate needs to be increased. But the BMC says it is close to saturation point and needs private laboratories to take on more of the burden.Without actually saying it, the BMC wants everyone to have themselves tested. While this is probably an effective control measure, the biggest hurdle is the cost, Rs.2,800 per test, something people will not consider spending on until they show symptoms. In any case, for this to be a solution, a large majority will have to opt for testing. And even if people are willing to have themselves tested, there are only 48 laboratories in the State that are accredited with the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories. There is a move to widen this and allow laboratories that have doctors with MD in Pathology and 10 years’ experience to also carry out the tests. If this comes through then the number of laboratories in Mumbai alone will jump from 17 to 2,000.To some extent the delay in allowing private laboratories to test has contributed to the spread. It was only on July 7 that the BMC did away with the insistence on a doctor’s prescription. Until then even high-risk contacts of positive patients were tested only after nine days of quarantine. 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2020-07-22Just below 1,000 new cases in city on Tuesday - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Wednesday, July 22, 2020, 6:00 AM IST Maharashtra records 8,369 new COVID-19 cases, while Mumbai reports less than 1,000 new casesBy Swapnil Mishra Maharashtra recorded more than 8,000 cases in the last 24 hours. With 8,369 corona cases and 246 deaths being reported on Tuesday, the progressive count is now 3,27,031, with 12,276 deaths so far Mumbai: A week after Mumbai recorded less than 1,000 new corona cases on Tuesday, with 995 new infections and 62 deaths being recorded in the last 24 hours. The total positive count currently stands at 1,03,262 cases, with 5,814 deaths until now. The previous instance of below-1,000 cases in a day was on July 14, when 969 cases were reported.However, for the seventh time in 12 days, Maharashtra recorded more than 8,000 cases in the last 24 hours. With 8,369 corona cases and 246 deaths being reported on Tuesday, the progressive count is now 3,27,031, with 12,276 deaths so far. Till now 1,82,217 have been recovered across the state, with 7,188 patients having been discharged in the last 24 hours.Of the 246 deaths, 100 were from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), 74 in Pune, 19 in Nashik division, 21 in Aurangabad division, 14 in Latur, seven in Akola, five in Kolhapur, three in Nagpur while three of the dead were from another state.State officials said, to tackle the increasing number of cases in the rest of the state they have now decided to augment health infrastructure in each and every district. Makeshift hospitals will be developed in eight cities — Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, Panvel, Vasai-Virar and Bhiwandi-Nizampur — of the MMR.Besides, the state is also facing a shortage of health staff, including doctors, nurses, paramedical staff etc. “With rising cases in small cities and rural areas, the chief minister was told that the health infrastructure there needed to be augmented, but the actual problem is the availability of health staff. Infrastructure can be developed but the major problem is from where do we get the health staff, including doctors,” said a senior official.So far, a total of 16.40 lakh tests have been conducted in the state, of which nearly 20 per cent were positive. There are 7.79 lakh people in home quarantine and over 45,077 in institutional quarantine. Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra Recent StoriesSC initiates contempt proceedings against advocate Prashant Bhushan and Twitter IndiaBig win for Nair Hospital docs after 503 COVID-19 pregnant mothers, their babies are all safeHappy birthday Devendra Fadnavis: From PM Modi's blue eyed boy to the face of BJP in MaharashtraCoronavirus in Maharashtra: NCP MP Fauzia Khan tests positive for COVID-19 BJP questions Shiv Sena’s stand on Ram Mandir’s bhoomi pujan 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
2020-07-21Many ‘out for fun’ in lockdown, 3,000 vehicles seized in Thane - Times of India
Many ‘out for fun’ in lockdown, 3,000 vehicles seized in ThaneMany ‘out for fun’ in lockdown, 3,000 vehicles seized in ThaneShrutika Sukhi | TNN | Jul 21, 2020, 14:06 ISTPhoto used for representational purposeTHANE: At least 3,000 vehicles were seized from Thane, Dombivli, Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar and around during the 3-week lockdown as motorists stepped out without compelling reasons, the traffic wing of Thane police said, adding that many “ventured out for fun”. Most of the seized vehicles (2,267) are two-wheelers. Also, over 32.000 motorists were fined for flouting traffic rules — more people in vehicle than permitted, riders without helmet, jumping signals. In all, Rs 14.68 lakh has been collected by way of penalty. 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsLalji TandonCoronavirus India update liveT20 Cricket World CupSachin PilotIPL 2020 newsRBSE Arts ResultCoronavirus vaccinePSEB ResultLATEST VIDEOSCityHyderabad: Phone theft suspect sets himself ablaze inside police station Shocking: Bengaluru woman gives birth in auto, baby dies How acid survivors save their cafe with fundraisers and coffee Madhya Pradesh governor Lalji Tandon passes away after prolonged illness More from TOIBarley vs wheat: Which is Better?Grocery shopping tips to stay safe amid coronavirusFace shields for an added protection when you step out of your homeWater-resistant shoes for little boys that'll make rain showers funNavbharat 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsLalji TandonCoronavirus India update liveT20 Cricket World CupSachin PilotIPL 2020 newsRBSE Arts ResultCoronavirus vaccinePSEB ResultLiberal Arts Colleges IndiaLiberal Arts DegreeNewsCoronavirus newsOxford Covid VaccineHoroscope 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 webSushant CasePreity ZintaTaapsee PannuJacqueline FernandezSaif Ali KhanJennifer AnistonNicki MinajSalman KhanDelhi to ChandigarhTrending topicsSalman RadheTara SutariaSonu SoodTeam Kangana RanautAmitabh BachchanKangana VS TaapseeTaapsee on KanganaSushant SisterKanye WestCoronavirus VaccineCoronavirus N-95 MaskCoronavirus Vaccine UpdateAmazon App Quiz TodayOnePlus Nord Launch TodayRedmi Note 9 Launch Live UpdatesOppo Reno 4 ProAmazon SaleNalini SriharanFollow 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
2020-07-21Issue notices to pvt labs if they fail to give swab test report in 24 hours: Thackeray - United News of India
Issue notices to pvt labs if they fail to give swab test report in 24 hours: ThackerayThane civic body acquires services of private doctors in fight against Covid-19 pandemicBJP, its allies demand subsidy for cow's milk, milk powderDemocrats demand FBI briefing on 'Foreign Efforts' to Meddle in US Election - LetterCovid-19 cases in Thane close to 70,000 MP CM tells his officers to crackdown on white-collar crime IndiaWorldSports WorldcupCricketTennis/Badminton/T THockeyFootballTennisEventsAsian GamesOlympics GamesOther Games IPLCommonwealth GamesNational GameSouth Asian GamesBusiness & Economy Science & Technology FeaturesEntertainment States EastWestNorthSouthAutoworld States » WestPosted at: Jul 21 2020 7:50AM Issue notices to pvt labs if they fail to give swab test report in 24 hours: ThackerayThane, Jul 21 (UNI) Maharashtra Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray has directed the Ulhasnagar Municipal administration to issue notices to those private labs who fail to issue test reports of the suspected corona patients within 24 hours. He gave this direction on Monday while touring the township to review the situation of corona and the measures taken by the civic corporation. Interacting with the commissioner, he expressed concern over the delay in the reports by the labs and asked the corporation to act and issue notices to them for the delay. When the issue of shortage of medical staff was brought before him, the minister asked the administration to get assistance from the places where there are minimal Covid-19 cases. He was accompanied by Thane Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde and Municipal commissioner Dr Raja Dayanidhi. When the Standing Committee chairman Rajesh Wadhariya brought to the notice of the minister the issue of the patients who needed the administration of oxygen at hospitals and they were not getting the benefit of the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jana Arogya Yojana, Aaditya said that this issue was most common all over the state and assured the government would address it. He declared that there was no dearth of funds for treatment of the Covid-19 patients. Mr Wadhariya sought funds of Rs 50 crore for the township, as against Rs 7 crore received so far, to fight the pandemic. On the occasion, a delegation of the Traders Association met him and requested the minister to lift the lockdown. UNI XR SS 0707 More NewsAurangabad records fresh 694 COVID cases, District toll reaches 1665721 Jul 2020 | 8:19 AMAurangabad, Jul 21(UNI) Around 694 fresh cases of novel coronavirus and 13 corona infected fatalitites were reported across the eight districts of Marathwada region in Maharashtra up to late night on Monday.see more..Issue notices to pvt labs if they fail to give swab test report in 24 hours: Thackeray21 Jul 2020 | 7:50 AMThane, Jul 21 (UNI) Maharashtra Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray has directed the Ulhasnagar Municipal administration to issue notices to those private labs who fail to issue test reports of the suspected corona patients within 24 hours.see more..BJP, its allies demand subsidy for cow's milk, milk powder21 Jul 2020 | 7:37 AMNashik, Jul 20 (UNI) The city and district unit workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party and Shiv Sangram Party staged a protest in front of the district collector's office demanding a subsidy of Rs 10 per litre for cow's milk and Rs 50 per kg for milk powder.see more..Minister Jayant Patil announced nine days lockdown in Sangli district amid COVID21 Jul 2020 | 7:31 AMSangli, Jul 20 (UNI) Considering rapidly increasing corona epidemic in the district, district guardian minister Jayant Patil today announced a nine days lockdown in Corporation, Muncipal councils and Nagarpanchayat areas.see more..Four arrested for molesting minor girl21 Jul 2020 | 7:24 AMThane, Jul 21 (UNI) Four villagers from Murbad all-around 25 were arrested by the district rural police on Sunday on the alleged charges of molesting a teenage girl the police said today.see more.. UNI PhotoPURI, JULY 20 (UNI) International Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creating an awareness sand sculpture on COVID 19 with a message 'Wear Mask Properly', in Puri beach on Monday. UNI PHOTO-SP2UPURI, JULY 20 (UNI) International Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creating an awareness sand sculpture on COVID 19 with a message 'Wear Mask Properly', in Puri beach on Monday. UNI PHOTO-SP1UKOLKATA, JUL 20 (UNI) People offering prayers in front of closed Bhut Nath temple on the occasion of holy Monday of Shravan month in Kolkata on Monday.UNI PHOTO CAL 2KOLKATA, JUL 20 (UNI) People offering prayers in front of closed Bhut Nath temple on the occasion of holy Monday of Shravan month in Kolkata on Monday.UNI PHOTO CAL 1MUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - Paschim Express hit a loaded truck, apparently parked close to railway line at Kandivali station, in Mumbai on Monday. There is no casualty. UNI PHOTO-AKM10UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - Paschim Express hit a loaded truck, apparently parked close to railway line at Kandivali station, in Mumbai on Monday. There is no casualty. UNI PHOTO-AKM9UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - An athlete taking a training through virtual fitness classes amid the coronavirus lockdown, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM8UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - An athlete taking a training through virtual fitness classes amid the coronavirus lockdown, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM7UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - An athlete taking a training through virtual fitness classes amid the coronavirus lockdown, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM6UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - An athlete taking a training through virtual fitness classes amid the coronavirus lockdown, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM5UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - (File photo) Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with her daughter Aradhya Bachchan being treated for COVID-19, at Nanavati Hospital, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM2UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - (File photo) Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with her daughter Aradhya Bachchan being treated for COVID-19, at Nanavati Hospital, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM1UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - (File photo) Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with her daughter Aradhya Bachchan being treated for COVID-19, at Nanavati Hospital, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM4UMUMBAI, JULY 20 (UNI) - (File photo) Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with her daughter Aradhya Bachchan being treated for COVID-19, at Nanavati Hospital, in Mumbai on Monday. UNI PHOTO-AKM3UKHAMMAM JUL 20 (UNI):-Telangana Transport Minister Transport Puwada Ajay Kumar during inauguration Covid-19 (Rapid Antigen Test) diagnostic tests conducted at government woman degree colleges Khammam district on Monday. UNI PHOTO-RAO8UKHAMMAM JUL 20 (UNI):-Telangana Transport Minister Transport Puwada Ajay Kumar during inauguration COVID-19 (Rapid Antigen Test) diagnostic tests conducted at government woman degree colleges Khammam district on Monday. UNI PHOTO-RAO6UBELAGAVI, JULY 20 (UNI) People buying sweaters during the monsoon in Belagavi on Monday. UNI PHOTO-HVN2UBELAGAVI, JULY 20 (UNI) People buying sweaters during the monsoon in Belagavi on Monday. UNI PHOTO-HVN1UWAYANAD, July 20 (UNI) In the wake of increasing the number of Covid patients across the district, the district administration has set up Covid First Line Treatment Centres(CFLTS) as an initial effort to accommodate 1500 covid patients at various School and College campuses in Wayanad district, on Monday. 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2020-07-21Coronavirus: Mumbai's recovery rate rises to 71 per cent - Mid-day
The state reported 8,240 fresh cases on Monday taking the total tally of COVID-19 cases to 3.18 lakh while the city's daily count continued to hover around 1,000 cases. The F South ward (Parel) became the seventh ward to cross 5,000 cases on Monday and after holding steady at 70 per cent for several days, there was a rise in Mumbai's recovery rate. State health officials said that apart from Mumbai, a high count of cases was seen in Thane with 565 cases and Kalyan Dombivli with 485 cases. The highest daily count was reported in Pune with 1,413 cases. While 1.31 lakh COVID patients are currently being treated in the state, 5,460 patients were discharged on Monday after a full recovery. In Mumbai, 965 patients were discharged and the city's recovery rate is now 71 per cent. Despite a marginal improvement, the recovery rate of the state continues to be below 55 per cent. There were 176 COVID-related deaths reported in the state and the highest number was reported in Mumbai with 41 deaths. Deaths in other districts included 31 in Pune, 21 in Jalgaon. 11 each in Navi-Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali and Pimpri Chinchwad, six in Ulhasnagar, five each in Thane and Solapur, four each in Sangli, Kolhapur and Raigad, three in Aurangabad, two each in Vasai-Virar, Panvel, Nashik, Satara, Amravati and Buldhana and one each in Dhule, Jalna, Latur, Nanded, Washim and Wardha. One other death involved a resident of another state. The mortality rate in the state continues to fall gradually and now stands at 3.77 per cent. Among the 41 deaths in Mumbai, civic officials said 36 of the patients were suffering from other ailments and 24 deaths involved senior citizens. The average daily growth rate of the city now stands at 1.21 per cent and among the wards, R Central has the highest growth rate of 2.4 per cent. Also Read: COVID-19: Why Panvel has 5,000-plus cases but no hotspot While three administrative wards including K East, P north and G North now have more than 6,000 cases each, four wards have more than 5,000 cases each. Civic officials said that among the 36 cases reported in Dharavi on Sunday, 16 were past cases added to the tally. On Monday, 12 new cases were reported in Dharavi, 24 in Dadar and 24 in Mahim. 176No. of deaths recorded in the state on Monday Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Tags lockdownCoronavirusmaharashtramumbaibrihanmumbai municipal corporationmumbai news Mumbai Khabar: Maharashtra's COVID-19 Recovery Rate Drastically Rises Up!
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2020-07-21Issue notices to pvt labs if they fail to give swab test report in 24 hours: Thackeray - United News of India
Issue notices to pvt labs if they fail to give swab test report in 24 hours: ThackerayThane, Jul 21 (UNI) Maharashtra Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray has directed the Ulhasnagar Municipal administration to issue notices to those private labs who fail to issue test reports of the suspected corona patients within 24 hours. He gave this direction on Monday while touring the township to review the situation of corona and the measures taken by the civic corporation. Interacting with the commissioner, he expressed concern over the delay in the reports by the labs and asked the corporation to act and issue notices to them for the delay. When the issue of shortage of medical staff was brought before him, the minister asked the administration to get assistance from the places where there are minimal Covid-19 cases. He was accompanied by Thane Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde and Municipal commissioner Dr Raja Dayanidhi. When the Standing Committee chairman Rajesh Wadhariya brought to the notice of the minister the issue of the patients who needed the administration of oxygen at hospitals and they were not getting the benefit of the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jana Arogya Yojana, Aaditya said that this issue was most common all over the state and assured the government would address it. He declared that there was no dearth of funds for treatment of the Covid-19 patients. Mr Wadhariya sought funds of Rs 50 crore for the township, as against Rs 7 crore received so far, to fight the pandemic. On the occasion, a delegation of the Traders Association met him and requested the minister to lift the lockdown. UNI XR SS 0707 More NewsPalghar needs different po licy to resolve its issues: Minister22 Jul 2020 | 7:29 AMPalghar, Jul 22 (UNI) Maharashtra Minister for Women and Child Welfare Advocate Yashomati Thakur has advocated the dire need for a different policy to solve the problems of this tribal district, which came into being just six years ago.see more..Police constable trapped in ACB net22 Jul 2020 | 3:54 AMNashik, Jul 21 (UNI) A police constable from Mhasrul police station of the city was arrested on Tuesday by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) while allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 2,000 from a complaint here.see more..MSBEF observes Bank Nationalization Week22 Jul 2020 | 3:36 AMAurangabad, Maharashtra, Jul 21 (UNI) General secretary of Maharashtra State Bank Employees' Federation (MSBEF) Devidas Tuljapurkar said on Tuesday that MSBEF is observing Bank Nationalization Week from July 19 to July 26 to reach out to customers through social media and launch a drive against proposed privatization of banks.see more..Covid-19 cases in Nashik cross 10,00022 Jul 2020 | 1:39 AMNashik, Jul 21 (UNI) With addition of 334 new corona positive cases here in a single day on Tuesday, the district's tally climbed to 10,025.see more..Covid-19 cases in Thane cross 70,00022 Jul 2020 | 12:16 AMThane, Jul 21 (UNI) With addition of 1,323 new corona positive cases here in a single day on Tuesday, the district's tally zoomed to 70,513, an official at the district collectorate said.see more.. UNI PhotoRANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA36URANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA35UKOLKATA, JUL 21 (UNI)Trinamool Congress (TMC) supporters maintain social distancing while sitting on chairs as they watch their party supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's address on a screen, during a virtual rally to observe Shahid Diwas in Kolkata on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO CAL 2KOLKATA, JUL 21 (UNI)Trinamool Congress (TMC) supporters maintain social distancing while sitting on chairs as they watch their party supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's address on a screen, during a virtual rally to observe Shahid Diwas in Kolkata on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO CAL 1RANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA38URANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA37URANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA34URANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA33URANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA32URANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA31URANCHI, JULY 21, 2020 (UNI) – Illegal immigrants who entered Ranchi illegally from United Kingdom, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tabago and Zambia were released from Birsa Munda Central jail after the court issued order to release them in Ranchi on Tuesday. UNI PHOTOA30UHYDERABAD, JUL 21 (UNI): Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao high-level meeting with officials and architects to ponder over the design for the new Secretariat building which began at Pragathi Bhavan, the CM's camp office-cum-official residence here on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-RAO14UMUMBAI,JULY 21 (UNI)- An artist making a painting to thanks the Oxford university for making coronavirus vaccine, in Mumbai on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A29UMUMBAI,JULY 21 (UNI)- An artist making a painting to thanks the Oxford university for making coronavirus vaccine, in Mumbai on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A28UMUMBAI,JULY 21 (UNI)- An artist making a painting to thanks the Oxford university for making coronavirus vaccine, in Mumbai on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A27UMUMBAI,JULY 21 (UNI)- An artist making a painting to thanks the Oxford university for making coronavirus vaccine, in Mumbai on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A26UHYDERABAD, JUL 21 (UNI): Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao high-level meeting with officials and architects to ponder over the design for the new Secretariat building which began at Pragathi Bhavan, the CM's camp office-cum-official residence here on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-RAO15UKASARAGOD, July 21 (UNI)Aerial view of the final phase of the construction of the TATA group hospital for the prevention of Covid pandemic with the help of Kerala Government. The proposed modernized Covid hospital (with 540 bedded capacity) at Thekkil village is scheduled to hand over to the State Government at the end of July,2020.UNI PHOTO-A25UKASARAGOD, July 21 (UNI)Aerial view of the final phase of the construction of the TATA group hospital for the prevention of Covid pandemic with the help of Kerala Government. The proposed modernized Covid hospital (with 540 bedded capacity) at Thekkil village is scheduled to hand over to the State Government at the end of July,2020.UNI PHOTO-A24UWAYANAD, July 21 (UNI) AICC leader and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi inaugurating the district level project Padichuyaran Koodeyundu ( education project ) through video conferencing at Neelavaram Palakara colony, in Panamaram Grama Panchayat, on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A23U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Wednesday, Jul 22 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 :-
2020-07-20Coronavirus | Maharashtra records a whopping 9,500 cases, tally 3,10,455 - The Hindu
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2020-07-20Maha: Aaditya tours Ulhasnagar, reviews COVID-19 situation - Yahoo India News
Maha: Aaditya tours Ulhasnagar, reviews COVID-19 situationPTI20 July 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Jul 20 (PTI) Maharashtra minister and Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray on Monday toured Ulhasnagar in Thane district to review the COVID-19 situation and asked the local civic administration to issue notices to private labs which are not giving test results within 24 hours.Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation standing committee chairperson Rajesh Wadhariya told Thackeray patients with oxygen levels between 80-95 who needed administration of oxygen were not getting benefits under Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Aarogya Yojana.Thackeray assured him of a solution soon. PTI COR BNM BNMReblogShareTweetShareShareOur goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting. In the meantime, we welcome your feedback to help us enhance the experience. Start surveyWhat to read nextSwab taken from woman's private parts during Covid-19 testing, lab technician heldOneindiaCOVID-19: Over 10 lakh patients recoverAniCongress President Sonia Gandhi Admitted to Sir Ganga Ram HospitalPTI8 Bollywood Actresses Who Made Us Believe That Age Is No Bar For MarriageBollywoodshaadis.comCM Soren meets Union Coal and Mines Minister Pralhad JoshiAniMexico: women’s groups dismayed after judges dodge abortion decisionThe GuardianSubramanian Swamy Explains Why He Thinks Sushant Was Murdered; Reveals 26 Evidence PointsFilmibeatHave Direct Proof of Rhea Abetting Suicide: Sushant’s Dad’s LawyerThe QuintHike in horse trading 'rates' after announcement of Assembly session: Raj CMPTIReduction of VAT on diesel will boost economic activity: CM KejriwalAniIn sprawling Capitol, leaders struggle to keep virus at bayAssociated PressAbhishek Bachchan Hits Back at Troll Making Fun of Family's Covid-19 CrisisNews18Meet Hilal Ahmad Rather, India's first IAF officer to fly weaponised RafaleOneindiaSushant Singh Rajput & Ankita Lokhande's last whats app chat revealed truth of RheaFilmibeatFashion designers go online in ChandigarhAniDonald Trump suggests delay to 2020 US presidential electionBBC
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2020-07-20Kalyan Dombivli: Lockdown extended till July 31 in hotspot areas - Mumbai Live
Kalyan Dombivli: Lockdown extended till July 31 in hotspot areasKalyan Dombivli: Lockdown extended till July 31 in hotspot areasThe authorities have said that a strict lockdown will be applicable in COVID-19 hotspot areas till July 31 while in other areas the lockdown has ended on July 19.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic KalyanSHARESAdvertisementThe Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) has extended the lockdown in the region in view of the rising coronavirus cases. The authorities have said that a strict lockdown will be applicable in COVID-19 hotspot areas till July 31 while in other areas the lockdown has ended on July 19.  The shops in areas which are not marked as COVID-19 hotspot will continue to be operational on the basis P1-P2 basis wherein shops on one side of the lane will remain open on odd days and those on the other side will remain open only on even days.  Earlier, the Maharashtra government allowed the shops to remain open till 7:00 in the evening. Before, the shops were only allowed to open till 5:00 PM.  It should be noted that the coronavirus cases in Kalyan Dombivli region were under control during May. However, in the last few days, the cases have been increasing at an alarming rate.  Apart from Mumbai, the surrounding districts have emerged as the major COVID-19 hotspots in Maharashtra including Thane, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan Dombivli, Mira-Bhayandar and Navi Mumbai.  As per the official data, there are more coronavirus cases in Kalyan Dombivli as compared to Thane city or Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC). With this, the areas under KDMC have emerged as a major COVID-19 hotspot in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).  Maharashtra remains one of the worst hit-states in India due to the coronavirus outbreak with 3,10,455 COVID-19 cases while the death toll has touched 11,854. In Mumbai, the number of coronavirus cases has increased to 1,01,388 and nearly 5,714 fatalities have been reported.  On Sunday, Maharashtra reported 9,518 fresh COVID-19 cases and 258 deaths while Kalyan Dombivli reported 475 cases taking the total number of cases in the region to 18,115. Also Read - Dry And Sultry Weather Conditions To Take Over Mumbai: SkymetAs Of July 18, 691 Areas Sealed Containment Zones Or Red Zones In Mumbaiमराठी मध्ये वाचाहिंदी में पढ़ेंRELATED TOPICSMumbaiMaharashtracoronaviruskalyan dombivalikalyandombivali  Loading next story...Latest NewsRam Mandir Issue: No Turning Back for Shiv SenaBJP not interested to topple MVA government: Devendra FadnavisMumbai Rains: City to receive heavy rainfall for the next 48 hoursMumbai - Ahmedabad Bullet Train Project Moving at a Snail’s PaceDombivli’s New Foot Overbridge Will Be Ready for the Public by AugustHouse Help Unions Send Postcards To CM Uddhav Thackeray Seeking Government Aid Amidst The PandemicAdvertisementCivicMumbai Rains: City to receive heavy rainfall for the next 48 hoursMumbai - Ahmedabad Bullet Train Project Moving at a Snail’s PaceDombivli’s New Foot Overbridge Will Be Ready for the Public by AugustHouse Help Unions Send Postcards To CM Uddhav Thackeray Seeking Government Aid Amidst The PandemicGood news: Tulsi dam in Mumbai overflowsMumbai crime branch exposes people who allegedly tried stealing from the COVID-19 casualties ABOUT US THE GUIDEBOOK TERMS & CONDITIONS PRIVACY POLICY FEEDBACK CONTACT US SITEMAPMumbai 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)
2020-07-20Maha: Aaditya tours Ulhasnagar, reviews COVID-19 situation - Outlook India
Maha: Aaditya tours Ulhasnagar, reviews COVID-19 situation Outlook July 20, 2020 21:47 IST Maha: Aaditya tours Ulhasnagar, reviews COVID-19 situation outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 20 (PTI) Maharashtra minister and Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray on Monday toured Ulhasnagar in Thane district to review the COVID-19 situation and asked the local civic administration to issue notices to private labs which are not giving test results within 24 hours. Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation standing committee chairperson Rajesh Wadhariya told Thackeray patients with oxygen levels between 80-95 who needed administration of oxygen were not getting benefits under Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Aarogya Yojana. Thackeray assured him of a solution soon. 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 No Rest For Manchester City Ahead Of Real Madrid Champions League Showdown - Pep Guardiola Santi Cazorla Agrees To Join Xavi's Al Sadd Hopes Soar Over Successful Oxford Trial Of Covid-19 Vaccine More from Outlook Magazine Uniform Justice Diary | Encounter Killings: When Truth Is Forever Banished To The Realm Of Conjecture “Social Aspect Of Cinema In Theatres Can’t Be Replicated At Home” A Fistful Of Ennio Next Story : Rebel MP donates salary to fund Ram temple construction Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-20Covid-19: Aditya Thackeray instructs civic officials to implement Dharavi and Worli pattern in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Covid-19: Aditya Thackeray instructs civic officials to implement Dharavi and Worli pattern in UlhasnagarCovid-19: Aditya Thackeray instructs civic officials to implement Dharavi and Worli pattern in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jul 20, 2020, 22:20 ISTMaharashtra tourism minister Aditya Thackeray attends a meeting with UMC officials, in Ulhasnagar on Monday.ULHASNAGAR: Maharashtra tourism minister Aditya Thackeray on Saturday visited Ulhasnagar to take stock of the Covid-19 situation over there. Ulhasnagar has been one of the worst affected cities in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) with number of patients reaching 5,766, including 88 deaths so far. In a meeting organised at Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) building, Thackeray interacted with UMC commissioner Dr Raja Dayanidhi, mayor Leelabai Aashan and other health department officials and instructed them to implement Dharavi and Worli pattern implemented in Mumbai city where BMC teams concentrated on reaching out to people to trace suspected cases, test and isolate them. Thackeray said no mechanism of Covid response would be compromised across the state and they were ensuring that in MMR equally. During the meeting, officials from BMC who controlled Covid-19 cases in Dharavi and Worli area also shared their experiences. Leelabai Aashan, mayor of UMC said, "Alongwith implementing Dharavi and Worli pattern, Aditya Thackeray also instructed us to develop jumbo Covid-19 hospital facilities in the city and we gave him presentation about our plan to develop 400-bed Covid hospital at Tabor Ashram". Rajesh Vadhrya, standing chairman of UMC urged Thackeray to make changes in rules for free treatment of Covid-19 patients under Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya (MJPJAY) scheme. Vadhrya said present rules state that only those Covid-19 patients whose saturation level is below 80% can avail benefits of MJPJAY scheme, while normally those whose saturation level goes below 80 % become critical. He demanded that patients having saturation below 90% should also be given benefits for which Thackeray said he would speak about the issue with chief minister Uddhav Thackeray. Civic officials also demanded additional health staff for UMC to deal with Covid-19 and more ventilators for the city. 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2020-07-20Thane: Deeputy collector, three other employees test positive - Mumbai Mirror
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Prashant NarvekarSo far 18 employees of collector’s office have contracted coronavirus. Even as the number of coronavirus cases in Thane crossed the 15,000 mark this week, the district collector’s office recorded four new cases among its active staff members, an official said on Sunday. “The four staff members include a deputy collector and his driver, the collector’s personal assistant and his driver. They have been moved to isolation facilities in the city, while one of them, who has comorbidities, will be admitted to a hospital soon,” deputy collector Shivaji Patil told Mirror. The four new cases have pushed the total number of employees who have have tested positive so far to 18. Out of these, 10 are officials and workers who were operating out of the collector’s office premises, while the other eight were working on field since the lockdown began, an official stated. Thane: 1200 COVID-19 patients recover in a day; lockdown lifted barring hotspotsAt present, 5324 patients are taking active treatment, while 9645 people have been discharged after recovery. While the collector’s office has around a hundred employees, it has been functioning at 50 per cent capacity for the past four months. “Employees have been traveling from Ambarnath, Kalyan, Badlapur and Shahapur, using public transport like buses and trains, where it is possible they might have contracted the virus,” Patil said, adding that the collector’s office had many visitors during the day, which is probably how the deputy collector and the other staff may have come in contact with a positive patient. The collector’s office has been coordinating efforts between municipal corporations in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region to send migrants home from the beginning of the lockdown, Patil said. The onfield staff included workers who have been working to screen migrants getting onto trains leaving from Thane, Kalyan and Bhiwandi, or putting them in 5,700 MSRTC buses as well as outstation trains bringing passengers back to the city. Mirror had previously reported that the RTO office in Thane had also been screening people coming to the city from their native villages. “We have been taking help from the RTO, the police force, MSRTC staff and other government employees. Now, we are working with them to bring people repatriated through the Vande Bharat Mission, to quarantine them in hotels in the city,” Patil said. COVID-19 recoveries outnumber active cases by over 3 lakhOver 23,600 people have been cured from coronavirus in the last 24 hours and recovered cases surpassed the active cases by more than 3 lakh, the Union Health Ministry said on Sunday. The Thane district collector’s office oversees the functioning of the Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar and Mira-Bhayander municipal corporations. As of Sunday evening, the total positive count was at 67,605 patients, while the death toll in the district was at 1,892. The district currently has 23,341 “active” patients, who currently undergoing treatment. 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2020-07-20COVID-19: Maha adds 8,240 new cases; 176 die, 5,460 recover - Outlook India
COVID-19: Maha adds 8,240 new cases; 176 die, 5,460 recover Outlook July 20, 2020 21:38 IST COVID-19: Maha adds 8,240 new cases; 176 die, 5,460 recover outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 (Eds: With additional details) Mumbai, Jul 20 (PTI) Maharashtra''s COVID-19 tally rose to 3,18,695 on Monday with the addition of 8,240 new cases and with 176 news deaths - 41 of them in Mumbai - the fatality count crossed the 12,000-mark, the health department said. With 176 new deaths, the state''s fatality count increased to 12,030, the department said. A total of 5,460 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the number of recoveries to 1,75,029 it said. The number of cases in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) also crossed the 2,00,00-mark on Monday, the department said, adding over 16 lakh persons have been tested for coronavirus in the state so far. The MMR consists of Mumbai city and parts of its adjoining districts like Thane, Palghar and Raigad. Pune city reported 1,252 new cases during the day -- more than Mumbai which registered 1,035 fresh infections. Of the total deaths reported on Monday, 41 were from Mumbai. Pune city and Jalgaon district (excluding Jalgaon Municipal Corporation-administered areas) reported 22 and 18 deaths, respectively. In the limits of Kalyan-Dombivli, Pimpri-Chinchwad and Navi Mumbai municipal corporations, 11 deaths each were reported. Nine patients died in Pune district (barring Pune city and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation-governed areas). In Ulhasnagar, six persons succumbed to the disease, the department said. Out of the total 8,240 new cases, the MMR, including Mumbai city, accounted for the highest 3,435 cases, taking its tally to 2,03,270 and the death toll to 8,302. With 1,035 new cases in a day, Mumbais tally rose to 1,02,423. The financial capitals death toll stood at 5,755. Areas of municipal corporations of Pimpri-Chinchwad reported 987; Kalyan-Dombivli 485; Navi Mumbai 301; Nashik 298 and Thane city 284 cases in the day. The recovery rate in the state is 54.92 per cent, while the fatality rate slipped to 3.77 per cent from 3.82 per cent on Sunday, the department said. Currently, 7,65,781 people are in home quarantine and 45,434 in institutional quarantine. There are 1,31,334 active cases in the state at present. A total of 16,00,667 people have been tested across the state so far, it said. Maharashtra''s COVID-19 tally is as follows: Positive cases: 3,18,695; new cases 8,240; deaths: 12,030; discharged 1,75,029; active cases: 1,31,334; people tested so far: 16,00,667. PTI ENM RSY RSY Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website No Rest For Manchester City Ahead Of Real Madrid Champions League Showdown - Pep Guardiola Santi Cazorla Agrees To Join Xavi's Al Sadd Hopes Soar Over Successful Oxford Trial Of Covid-19 Vaccine More from Outlook Magazine Uniform Justice Diary | Encounter Killings: When Truth Is Forever Banished To The Realm Of Conjecture “Social Aspect Of Cinema In Theatres Can’t Be Replicated At Home” A Fistful Of Ennio Next Story : As COVID-19 cases rise, MP to enforce 2-day lockdown per week Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-20Coronavirus in India: Nation reports 40,425 cases and 681 deaths on Sunday; India's numbers cross 11 lakh - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in India: Nation reports 40,425 cases and 681 deaths on Sunday; India's numbers cross 11 lakhBy FPJ Web DeskScenes in Mumbai's Marine DriveANI India recorded 40,425 cases and 681 deaths related to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 on Sunday. With this, the country has 11 lakh people who have been infected with COVID-19. This list includes 3,90,459 active cases, 7,00,087 cured/discharged/migrated cases and 27,497 deaths.While the numbers look grim, there is some good news, as data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reveals. The data says that 29 states and union territories have a case fatality rate (CFR) that is below the national average, with 14 states reporting a CFR less than one, the Indian Express reported.Maharashtra, Gujarat, and West Bengal, however, have a CFR that is higher than the national average.More than 9,000 corona cases were reported in Maharashtra on Sunday, with 9,518 new infections being reported in the last 24 hours, taking the total positive count to 3,10,455 so far. It is the highest single-day spike reported until now. This comes after the state crossed 3 lakh cases the day before.With 258 new deaths, the toll has climbed to 11,854, it is the second highest-single day death recorded on Sunday. Of the 258 deaths, 149 were from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), 52 in Pune, 25 in Nashik division, nine in Kolhapur, seven each in Aurangabad and Nagpur, five in Latur and four in Akola.After recording its first case on March 9, it took the state 64 days to record one lakh patients on June 12. The next one lakh was added in 22 days on July 4. It has, however, taken the state only 14 days to register another one lakh cases to cross the three-lakh mark.For the fourth consecutive day, Pune Municipal Corporation reported more cases than Mumbai in the last 24 hours, with 1,813 cases and 25 fatalities, taking its progressive count to 38,620, with 1,019 deaths so far. However, Mumbai is witnessing a slight drop in the numbers, with 1,046 new cases and 64 deaths in the last 24 hours. The total positive count has increased to 1,01,224, with 5,711 deaths until now.Meanwhile, the doubling rate of Mumbai has increased to 55 days, while the growth of weekly cases has decreased to 1.26 per cent. Moreover the recovery rate of the city is 70 percent.Currently, the eight civic bodies of Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Mira-Bhayandar, Vasai-Virar, Navi Mumbai, Panvel and Ulhasnagar contribute to 30% of the total cases in Maharashtra. These civic bodies have witnessed more than three times rise in infections in the past four weeks. Many of these cities have poor health infrastructure and it has been the primary reason for the rise in cases, high mortality rate and poor recovery.Also ReadCoronavirus in Pune: PMC reports 1,508 cases on Sunday; total cases in city crosses 37,000-markAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Seven arrested for selling Remdesivir injections at an overpriced rate in MulundAlso ReadCoronavirus in Maharashtra: State records 9,000 cases in 24 hours Ministry of Health and Family Welfarecoronavirus in IndiaLatest coronavirus update Recent StoriesMadhya Pradesh: Sachin Pilot's future in Congress is bright and should not go Scindia's way, says Digvijaya Singh Farmer union chief seeks relief for dairy sector, threatens to block milk supplies Chhattisgarh govt will now buy cow dung from livestock ownersWhy are Kashmiri Pandits seeking an apology from Barkha Dutt? Here's all you need to knowFirst five Rafale jets likely to be inducted on July 29, says IAF 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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2020-07-20Lockdown in Thane Dist selectively extended till July 31 - United News of India
Lockdown in Thane Dist selectively extended till July 31Thane, Jul 20 (UNI) The ongoing lockdown in the district (excluding the Corporation limits), which was in force till Sunday night, has now been extended selectively up to July 31, an order issued by district collector Rajesh Narvekar said. The order stated that this lockdown will be applicable for the containment zones and to those containment zones which will get added to it subsequently. The order further said that this extension was necessitated as the cases of corona were on the rise in the district despite the best efforts by the administration. Similarly, in Kalyan-Dombivili Municipal Corporation limits, the lockdown has been extended till the same date by an order issued by commissioner Vijay Suryavanashi on Sunday. In Bhiwandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation limits also, the lockdown has been extended till July 31 by an order issued today by commissioner Dr Pankaj Ashiya. Likewise, the lockdown in Mira-Bhayander had also been extended up to July 31, vide an order issued late on Saturday night by commissioner Dr Vijay Rathod. The lockdown in Thane city was extended up to July 31, vide an order issued by the commissioner Dr Vipin Sharma on Saturday evening. As regards the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, the current lockdown is in force till July 22. All the civic corporations where the lockdown is extended is selective and is confined only to the confinement zones. Thane district recorded total 67,605 positive cases and 1,892 deaths in the district till Sunday night. 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2020-07-20Repast over Republic: Why South actor Kasthuri Shankar started eating on Arnab Goswami's show - Free Press Journal
Repast over Republic: Why South actor Kasthuri Shankar started eating on Arnab Goswami's showBy FPJ Web Desk The discussions were conducted via Skype call, and Shankar was seen having her meal during the LIVE debate. A day after Kangana Ranaut’s exclusive interaction with Republic TV editor Arnab Goswami, the channel held another panel discussion on its prime time, discussing ‘Bollywood lobby’.South actress Kasthuri Shankar was one of the panellists on the show.The discussions were conducted via Skype call, and Shankar was seen having her meal during the LIVE debate. As the clip went viral, Kasthuri was lauded for her confidence and simply being herself.Reacting to one of the posts on Twitter, she wrote, “Nothing to do with confidence. I spent 60 minutes watching Arnab in hypermode, He wasn't gonna let me talk anyways, so I left and grabbed lunch. But forgot to sign off skype. Apologies to everyone for the mess up! No offence or disrespect intended!”Lol. Nothing to do with confidence. I spent 60 minutes watching Arnab in hypermode, He wasnt gonna let me talk anyways, so I left and grabbed lunch. but forgot to sign off skype. Apologies to everyone for the mess up ! No offence or disrespect intended!— Kasturi Shankar (@KasthuriShankar) July 19, 2020 One user asked, “I have a question. Were you eating sevai? Smart decision when Arnab is on monologue mode.”Kasthuri replied, “Pongal. Helps you sleep regardless of ambient noise.”pongal. Helps you sleep regardless of ambient noise— Kasturi Shankar (@KasthuriShankar) July 19, 2020 A few years ago, the late Vinod Mehta was spotted taking a swig from a drink during a debate on Times Now.Raghu Karnad had jokingly written: “My old boss, Vinod Mehta, shows the nation how to get through a @timesnow debate.”My old boss, Vinod Mehta, shows the nation how to get through a @timesnow debate. pic.twitter.com/e4LZ207SMc— Raghu Karnad (@rkarnad) December 23, 2013 Also ReadWatch: Panellist smokes during live debate, Twitter in splitsKangana, on the show, alleged that Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death was not a suicide but murder.She also declared that if she is unable to prove her claims about the actor’s demise she will return her Padma Shri award, bestowed upon her by the Indian government.Besides that she also spoke about the movie mafia in the film industry – how filmmaker and producer Karan Johar decides the Box Office numbers for movies. The actress’ beef with KJo goes back to her candid conversation on his chat show ‘Koffee With Karan’, where she blamed him for nepotism in the industry.Ranaut also alleged that veteran writer and lyricist Javed Akhtar asked her to commit suicide if she didn't apologise to Hrithik Roshan. For those unversed, Kangana made headlines for her courtship with the actor who was then married to Sussanne Khan.Also ReadKangana Ranaut will return her Padma Shri if she is unable to prove claims on Sushant Singh Rajput's death (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) kangana ranautArnab GoswamiRepublic TVKasturi Shankar Recent StoriesMadhya Pradesh: Sachin Pilot's future in Congress is bright and should not go Scindia's way, says Digvijaya Singh Farmer union chief seeks relief for dairy sector, threatens to block milk supplies Chhattisgarh govt will now buy cow dung from livestock ownersWhy are Kashmiri Pandits seeking an apology from Barkha Dutt? Here's all you need to knowFirst five Rafale jets likely to be inducted on July 29, says IAF 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
2020-07-20Shocking tactics of lenders exposed! Loan recovery agents blackmailing customers after hacking phones - Mid-Day
Amid the financial crisis that the COVID-19-induced lockdown has caused, borrowers are having to contend with loan recovery agents who have resorted to new ways of harassment. Loan companies are accessing phonebook data of their borrowers through mobile apps that they are made to download to apply for the loan. The recovery agents then not only abuse defaulters and their families, but also threaten to send personal pictures to all their contacts. A few borrowers approached the police but could not get an FIR registered. Others chose not to go to police, fearing their phones would be confiscated. A screenshot of Ishaan Vandoor's chat with a loan recovery agent; (Right) A notice for defaulting on loan repayment Private professional Ishaan Vandoor, 30, a resident of Chira Bazaar at Marine Lines, told midday that he had taken a loan of Rs 25,000 from Creditt, in March and was supposed to repay it on April 22. When he defaulted, his relatives, friends, colleagues, wife, mother and several others were contacted by recovery agents, who defamed him. Needed money for meds"I had borrowed the money for a medical emergency. I had sincerely requested the recovery agents to give me some time as I suffered pay cuts during the lockdown. They called over 60 people from my phone contacts. I don't know how they accessed them. They are threatening to form a WhatsApp group and abuse me there," Vandoor said. Representation pic/Getty Images "They also threatened my diabetic mother. Her health deteriorated. She gave me all her jewellery to repay the loan. "With several fines and high rate of interest, I ended up paying Rs 48,000," said Vandoor, who did not approach the police as he wanted to be rid of the recovery agents. (From left) Gisela Pereira's tweet; CashBean’s message on WhatsApp to a defaulter; Ishaan Vandoor's WhatsApp chat with a loan recovery agent Account assistant at a resort, Chetna Kadu, 32, hails from Sion. She took a loan of Rs 13,900 from CashBean and another of Rs 4,500 from MoneyMore to buy medicines for her mother. Due to financial difficulties, she could not repay the loan. "The recovery agents verbally abused me. MoneyMore sent me a list of contacts saved in my phonebook and threatened to call everyone if I didn't pay up. I am stuck near Matheran and I can't even visit the police station in Sion to register the complaint," she said. Gisela Pereira, 27, took a loan of Rs 5,000 from GetRupee but lost her job during the lockdown. "I received a list of contacts in my phonebook. My father, cousins were contacted. "I approached Vikhroli police but they did not register an FIR. Recovery agents say they have all my phone data including photos," Pereira said. COVID patients not sparedKorobi Pramanik, 24, from Ulhasnagar, said, "I took a loan of R5,000 from Rupee Loan in March. "I lost my job and also got infected by COVID-19 and could not repay. When I told them I am infected, they said, 'First repay the loan and then go to COVID hospital'. How can someone be so insensitive?" Access through appsGovind Ray, a cybercrime consultant, said, "As everyone tries to cope with the financial crisis, loan companies are using malicious means to recover dues. Here, users are required to download mobile applications to apply for loans. "These apps can access the phonebook. But if you default, the recovery agents will use the information in the phone book to call relatives. In a few cases, recovery agents send the entire copy of phone books to the borrower to threaten and scare them." According to Ray, the phone book data is accessed from the mobile while the user is filling the application form. "Trading of data through illicit means has been a problem in the past 10 years. There is a possibility of the data being used for unlawful purposes. "Another observation is that in a lot of companies, one of the partners is a Chinese individual," Ray said. Ray added that borrowers can approach police if recovery agents are using illegal means such as blackmail, threats, abuse, etc. "The borrower can take legal action against the recovery agent, the agency along with the bank that has hired the agency. "As per RBI guidelines, this can be reported to police and to RBI too," he said. In this case, since the malicious activity also involves offences in cyberspace, it would also involve penal provisions of the IT Act 2000 for unauthorised access and breach of privacy. What cops say"Cyber criminals have always been in search of new modus operandi to target people. "This is a new one that I am hearing. To the best of my knowledge, no such case has been registered in Mumbai. But if any borrower approaches us, we will definitely probe for illegal activities like data breach," Shahaji Umap, spokesperson for Mumbai police said. Rs 25,000 Amount Ishaan Vandoor had borrowed Rs 48,000 Amount Vandoor had to pay after fines and interest Rs 5k Amount borrowed by Korobi Pramanik, who got infected by COVID-19 60 No. of Ishaan Vandoor's contacts called by the recovery agents Rs 5k Amount borrowed by Gisela Pereira Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... 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2020-07-19Maharashtra Lockdown News: Shutdown Extended in Select Areas of Thane District Till July 31 | Check List Here - India.com
Maharashtra Lockdown News: Shutdown Extended in Select Areas of Thane District Till July 31 | Check List Here Maharashtra Lockdown News: The areas where extended lockdown is applicable are municipal corporations of Mira Bhayandar, Kalyan-Dombivali and Bhiwandi-Nizampur, which all fall under the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), where cases are on the rise. Published: July 19, 2020 11:18 PM IST By India.com News Desk Email Edited by Shubhangi Gupta Email (Representational Image) Maharashtra Lockdown News: In view of the rise in Coronavirus cases, the ongoing lockdown in Thane district of Maharashtra has been extended till July 31 in select areas. The lockdown was supposed to end on July 19 midnight. As per an order issued by Thane district collector Rajesh Narvekar, the extended shutdowns will remain in force in existing and new containment zones. Also Read - Total Lockdown in West Bengal: City Police Launches 'Mask-up Kolkata' Campaign to Battle Out COVID-19 The areas where extended lockdown is applicable are municipal corporations of Mira Bhayandar, Kalyan-Dombivali and Bhiwandi-Nizampur, which all fall under the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), where cases are on the rise. Also Read - COVID-19 Cure Soon: First Trial of Oxford University's Vaccine Shows Promising Immune Response The lockdown was also extended in Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation till July 31, its commissioner Abhijit Bangar said. The lockdown will be enforced only in hot spot areas. Also Read - Working Mothers Struggle The Most During COVID-19 Pandemic, Here is How to Remain Sane During This Tough Time As many as 1,678 new coronavirus positive cases were recorded in Thane district of Maharashtra on Sunday, pushing its overall count to 67,605, an official said. With 22 patients in the district dying due to the infection during the day, its fatality count reached 1,892, the district official said. A total of 62.68 per cent patients have been discharged from hospitals in the district so far following recovery and 23,341 ones are currently being treated, he said. The number of cases reported so far in areas under different municipal corporation limits is as follows: Thane 15,773, Kalyan 15,907, Mira Bhayandar 6,558, Navi Mumbai 11,426, Ulhasnagar 5,626, Bhiwandi 3,098). Apart from them, the rural parts of Thane district have so far reported 4,196 positive cases. The COVID-19 recovery rate of the district is 62.68 per cent and the mortality rate is 2.80 per cent, 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:COVID-19maharashtraThane Published Date: July 19, 2020 11:18 PM IST Comments - Join the Discussion #Trending Rajasthan Crisis: SOG Visits Second Manesar Resort in Search of Rebel Congress MLAs Who’s a Good Boi? Dog in Karnataka Runs 12 Kms at Night, Helps Police Nab Murderer Amitabh Bachchan Talks About ‘Keeping Spine Straight’ And Not Accepting Torture in His Latest Tweet From The Hospital Viral TopicsWhatsApp WebCoronavirusDomestic FlightsPNR StatusCouponsTamilrockersFlight 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.
2020-07-19Coronavirus | Maharasthra peaks again: 9,518 cases take tally past 3.10 lakh - The Hindu
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2020-07-19COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur inches towards to 2000-mark - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur inches towards to 2000-markYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Badlapur inches towards to 2000-markWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 19, 2020, 21:37 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Sunday reported 195 new coronavirus cases, taking the total number of patients in the township to 5,626. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 83 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 3,384 have recovered. Out of the 195 cases, the maximum of 70 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 40 in Ulhasnagar-1, 38 in Ulhasnagar-3, 27 in Ulhasnagar-5 and 11 in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 2,159 people are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 79 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 1,913 with 29 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC), so far, 1,300 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases to be pitched at 584. The recovery rate stands at 67.96 per cent. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Katrap, Manjarli, Eranjad, Shirgaon, Vadavli village and Ganeshwadi while the remaining were from Belauli, MHADA Colony, Aprewadi, Pawar Complex, Jadhav Colony, Shree Complex, Rameshwadi, Subhash Nagar and Pendulkar Farm. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 78 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, the case count now climbing to 3,108 along with 118 fatalities. As many as 2,505 have been successfully treated and discharged. The number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Council now stands at 485. The death rate in the city is 3.81 per cent. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020 Everybody wants value, But only Quor provides it in news.QuorBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesNikhar Aventino: Super Loaded with Amenities and LuxuryNikhar AventinoMillionaire exposed: Her 3 year self-made crorepati secret!Style & LifeYour Child Can Be The Next Tech Innovator. Start Early!CAMP K12 How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesIndustry Synergised BBA Program - 10 Specialisations offeredGEMS B SCHOOLThe best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More. Monsoon Magic Offer: SAVE FLAT 50% OFF on face essentialsmoha:Bengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily NewsA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker
2020-07-19Forced into begging, minor flees Maharashtra, tests Covid positive in Bhubaneswar - The New Indian Express
Forced into begging, minor flees Maharashtra, tests Covid positive in Bhubaneswar Forced into begging by his father, a minor boy fled home in Maharashtra and reached Bhubaneswar only to test Covid positive. Share Via Email Published: 19th July 2020 09:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th July 2020 09:25 AM   |  A+A A- Representational image (Photo | PTI) By Asish MehtaExpress News Service BHUBANESWAR:  Forced into begging by his father, a minor boy fled home in Maharashtra and reached Bhubaneswar only to test Covid positive. The 15-year-old boy was rescued from the city railway station four days back by the Railway Childline.  After arriving at the railway station on Wednesday morning, he went to the Railway Childline and requested officials to shift him to a childcare shelter. He was taken to Capital Hospital for Covid-19 test and then produced before the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) the same day. The boy, initially, said he had fled a childcare centre in West Bengal. It was during counselling by CWC that the boy told them that he had fled a childcare shelter in Maharashtra’s Ulhasnagar and also provided the facility’s contacts.  “Officials of the shelter home at Ulhasnagar confirmed that the boy was with them for some time before he was handed over to his family”, informed Nepal Ghadei, Coordinator of Railway Childline. The boy’s mother had passed away and his father is a drunkard who forced him into begging. The unwilling kid fled home. The boy appeared to be in need of medical support as well as psychological care. The CWC directed the HBT-run Railway Childline to shift the boy to Ruchika Childcare Centre. On reaching the centre, the minor refused to be admitted initially. He was kept in an isolation room at the facility along with two other boys as his test report had not arrived. On Friday evening, the boy’s samples tested positive. He was asymptomatic and shifted to a Covid hospital on Saturday.   Ruchika Chief Executive Officer Benudhar Senapati said, the two other boys in the isolation room, four staff of the shelter home who had come in direct contact with him have been asked to quarantine themselves. Similarly, eight staff of Railway Childline have been isolated and also undergone Covid-19 test and their reports are awaited. The Bhubaneswar Childline office which is located on the Ruchika premises has also been closed for three days for sanitisation. 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2020-07-19Maharashtra: Mumbai civic chief proposes unified command for MMR - Deccan Herald
Maharashtra: Mumbai civic chief proposes unified command for MMRThe MMR is spread over 6,355 sq km— almost 10 times the size of Mumbai, whose area is 603 sq km. The population of MMR is over two crore XShare viaShare permalinkMrityunjay Bose, DHNS, Mumbai, Jul 19 2020, 17:21 istupdated: Jul 19 2020, 17:21 istAs the Covid-19 cases in Mumbai and its suburbs hovered at 2-lakh level, a top official of the Maharashtra government proposed to set up a unified command centre for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to combat and control the deadly viral pandemic.At a Covid-19 review meeting presided over by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Mumbai’s municipal commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal mooted the idea of unified command centre for MMR, saying that it would ensure better coordination among various agencies.“We will also be able to manage the beds in a better way,” Chahal told the meeting.However, the government is yet to respond to the proposal.In the review meeting, all divisional commissioners, district collectors and municipal commissioners of the state were presentWhile in Mumbai, the total cases have crossed one lakh, in MMR it has reached the 2-lakh mark.While Mumbai comprises two districts of Mumbai City and Mumbai suburban districts, the MMR includes these twin districts and parts of neighbouring Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts.The MMR is spread over 6,355 sq km— almost 10 times the size of Mumbai, whose area is 603 sq km. The population of MMR is over two crore.The MMR has nine municipal corporations, nine municipal councils and over 1,000 villages. This includes the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), for which the budget and deposits is more than some smaller states.The eight other corporations are Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Mira-Bhayandar and Bhiwandi-Nizampur (in Thane district), Panvel in Raigad district and Vasai-Virar in Palghar district.After Mumbai, the Thane district is the worst-affected with over 70,000 cases.The BMC’s successful strategy of 4 Ts— tracking, tracking, testing and treating— is being adopted in many places including Thane. “Several places this strategy is being used,” said Mumbai mayor Kishori Pednekar.According to sources, bringing the MMR’s Covid-19 fight under one umbrella will help manage things better— testing, allocation of beds, ambulances and so on.Also, similar protocols of asymptomatic patients could be adopted.“Technically speaking, Mumbai-MMR is the same. 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2020-07-19Lockdown only in hot spots, containment zones in MMR - Hindustan Times
2020-07-18Mumbai: Ulhasnagar Corporation crosses 5000 COVID-19 positive cases within a month - Times Now
Mumbai: Ulhasnagar Corporation crosses 5000 COVID-19 positive cases within a month Mumbai: Ulhasnagar Corporation crosses 5000 COVID-19 positive cases within a month Autoplay Next Video 18 JULY 2020 03:55 IST | ENGLISH | URBAN | GENERAL AUDIENCE Disha Shah Ulhasnagar is the fifth-worst affected city in the Thane district of Maharashtra. The city has a population of around 7 lakh and in last few days there has been a continuous rise in Covid-19 cases. With the city under a complete lockdown till July 22, we are looking at shops being shut and very few movements of vehicles on the road.  But lack of health infrastructure and facilities is a huge problem. The area doesn’t have its own testing labs so swabs are sent to Thane or Mumbai and a person gets report only in 2-3 days. There is a massive bed shortage as corporation has only ONE dedicated government and private hospital equipped with ICU and oxygen beds. There are over 2,000 active cases, undergoing treatment in hospitals. 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2020-07-18COVID 19 Despite extended lockdown doubling rate in MMR same | Thane NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
COVID 19 Despite extended lockdown doubling rate in MMR same | Saturday | 18th July, 2020 When the lockdown was extended once again on July 2, the doubling rate of Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Mira-Bhayandar, Palghar and Vasai-Virar, combined, was at 15 days and that remained the same even two weeks later. Whereas the city's doubling rate was 45 days on July 2 and has improved to 56 days now. As many as 102 people have died due to COVID-19 related complications over the past 16 days. Other areas in the MMR also have a similar doubling rate, according to the officials. "The growth rate of infections in Mumbai has been continuously decreasing despite the reopening, but the city cannot function fully if the cases in the MMR don't come down. Read Full Article Here Stay updated with all the Latest Thane headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ. Source:-/articles/covid-19-despite-extended-lockdown-doubling-rate-in-mmr-same/22894441 Related Articles GD Goenka World School Celebrates Recognition Day Sponsored COVID 19 Six wards in Mumbai have more than 5K cases each Saturday | 18th July, 2020 Mumbai Building in Thane develops cracks residents evacuated Friday | 17th July, 2020 Back home kin of those Indians stuck in UAE struggled without loved ones Friday | 17th July, 2020 Mumbai Part of building collapses in Thane no casualty reported Thursday | 16th July, 2020 Mumbai Rains Part of building collapses in Thane no casualty reported Thursday | 16th July, 2020 NYOOOZ Video Most Viewed National news Mumbai Rains Part of building collapses in Thane no casualty reported Thane Mumbai Part of building collapses in Thane no casualty reported Thane COVID 19 Despite extended lockdown doubling rate in MMR same Thane COVID 19 Six wards in Mumbai have more than 5K cases each Thane Mumbai Building in Thane develops cracks residents evacuated Thane ‘India to pay huge price for Centre’s cowardly actions’: Rahul targets govt on China border issue Delhi 18th Jul, 2020 No need for CBI probe in Sushant death case: Anil Deshmukh Mumbai 18th Jul, 2020 BJP met President, demands dismissal of Mamata govt Kolkata 18th Jul, 2020 Bengaluru Company developed AI enabled portable X-Ray to to diagnose & monitor Covis-19 patients Bengaluru 18th Jul, 2020 Tech Mahindra to Launch Blockchain Based Contracts and Digital Rights Management Platform for Global Media and Entertainment Industry Hyderabad 8th Jul, 2020 Madras HC restraints Patanjali from using the word ‘Coronil’ after a trademark infringement claim Chennai 18th Jul, 2020 Pune daily cases cross Mumbai’s Covid-19 toll, Pawar seeks help of BMC chief Pune 18th Jul, 2020 Hot Jobs COA announces changes in NATA syllabus; drawing test to be online too NHM, Assam Recruitment 2020: Apply now for 150 labs technician posts Indian Army Recruitment 2020: Vacancy for soldier posts Odisha ties up with online learning platform to train 50,000 unemployed youths in tech skills amid Covid-19 BPSC Recruitment 2020: Apply for 287 Assistant Professor vacancies before July 30 Read More   Privacy & Policy About Us Advertise With Us Be a Reporter Be a Contributor   Our Partners Our Team Contact Us Terms & Condition Write to Us Cities Bangalore Chennai Delhi Hyderabad Mumbai Kolkata   Agra Allahabad Indore Lucknow Noida Pune NYOOOZ News Hindi Ankahi Ansuni City Star Entertainment Careers & Courses Sports Connect With Us © 2020 NYOOOZ About Contact Privacy & Policy Terms & Condition Write to Us Our Team × Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com
2020-07-18Maharashtra govt awaits an approval from ICMR for labs in Kalyan-Dombivili, Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi - Mumbai Live
Maharashtra govt awaits an approval from ICMR for labs in Kalyan-Dombivili, Ulhasnagar and BhiwandiMaharashtra govt awaits an approval from ICMR for labs in Kalyan-Dombivili, Ulhasnagar and BhiwandiHealth minister Rajesh Tope is seeking approval from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in order to start coronavirus testing labs in Kalyan-Dombivili, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, and Ulhasnagar.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESAdvertisementAs the number of coronavirus cases is increasing in the state of Maharashtra, so is the rate at which the testing is being done. Earlier in Mumbai, the authorities had given a relaxation in the testing norms wherein Mumbaikars could get themselves tested for coronavirus in any of the 17 authorized private labs without a prescription.According to a report in Times of India, Health minister Rajesh Tope is seeking approval from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in order to start coronavirus testing labs in Kalyan-Dombivili, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, and Ulhasnagar. About 1,000 oxygen beds and 300 ICU beds will be arranged for in these areas in the next few days he said.  He also added that the state is seeking relaxation in the norms of plasma collection, which will make more blood banks to come forward and help. Plasma therapy has been found to be effective in treating patients with coronavirus.The authorities have been extremely active in testing, camps had been set up for checking fever in areas like Borivali, Kandivali, and Dahisar. Sero survey was also conducted in some parts of Dahisar and in areas of Mira Bhayandar door to door surveys are taking place in order to identify possible cases of coronavirus. More than 14 lakh samples have been tested so far. 7,10,393 people are under home quarantine and more than 40 thousand people are under institutional quarantine.RELATED TOPICSCOVID-19testingcoronavirus  Loading next story...Latest NewsMumbai Rains 2020: 20 things we are (not) missingPune inches towards 50,000-mark; emerges as new COVID-19 hotspotTemperature in Mumbai and suburbs to gradually increase : SkymetPlasma trials suffer as potential donors fear reinfectionAaditya Thackeray moves SC against the decision of the centre to hold final-year examinationsMumbai University to witness ₹500 crore incubatorAdvertisementCivicMumbai Rains 2020: 20 things we are (not) missingPune inches towards 50,000-mark; emerges as new COVID-19 hotspotTemperature in Mumbai and suburbs to gradually increase : SkymetPlasma trials suffer as potential donors fear reinfectionAaditya Thackeray moves SC against the decision of the centre to hold final-year examinationsMumbai University to witness ₹500 crore incubator ABOUT US THE GUIDEBOOK TERMS & CONDITIONS PRIVACY POLICY FEEDBACK CONTACT US SITEMAPMumbai 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)
2020-07-18Satellite towns to get single Covid-19 command centre - Mumbai Mirror
Satellite towns to get single Covid-19 command centreYou are in an offline modeSatellite towns to get single Covid-19 command centreByYogesh NaikYogesh Naik / Updated: Jul 18, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeThe meeting called by the TMC was attended by 18 private hospitalsBureaucrats say it will help municipal corporations share quarantine, testing and treatment facilities. Rising to the Covid challenge, top bureaucrats in the state have decided to set up a single command centre for all satellite towns of Mumbai. A senior government officer said help has been sought from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority to set it up probably in Navi Mumbai. The centre will ensure that all municipal corporations share their institutional quarantine, testing and treatment facilities. A senior officer attributed Mumbai’s recovery rate of 70 per cent to a single point of control. He said Mumbai is still reporting hundreds of cases every day but is being considered as a success story for the way Covid has been handled here. He said the buck stopped at the Municipal Commissioner of Mumbai. “In satellite towns, for instance, the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) refuses to admit patients from Mira-Bhayandar. If we have a single centre for all townships, resources can be pooled in a better way,” the officer said, adding that the idea was discussed with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray at a meeting. “It will take a day or two but the plan will come through,” he said. He added that Additional Chief Secretary SJ Kunte – the IAS officer in charge of Covid-19 in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) – was also consulted on the project. Apart from Mumbai, the MMR includes Thane, Mira-Bhayandar, Vasai-Virar, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Panvel, Navi Mumbai and Bhiwandi-Nizampur corporations. It also has councils like Ambernath, Kulgaon-Badlapur, Matheran, Karjat, Khopoli, Pen and Uran. RELATED NEWSWoman allegedly raped by 25-year-old man at COVID-19 centre in PanvelJul 17, 2020JD Majethia: Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray doesn't want shoots to m...May 26, 2020COVID-19: Centre recommends increasing quarantine facilities in MumbaiApr 22, 2020 OPTIMIZE YOUR BUSINESS WITH END-TO-END TECHDell IndiaIndustry Synergised BBA Program - 10 Specialisations offeredGEMS B SCHOOLHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesUp Your Skill Meter with Blockchain Council. Apply& Save 20%Blockchain CouncilEven our PM recognizes the Importance of Coding Now!CAMP K12Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car Subscription Stop looking & Start finding valuable news on Quor.QuorI am making Rs.13500/day from home online!Career TimesIndustry based academia. Peer learning and interactionsIMT- GhaziabadBangalore's new charm that you can call home now!Godrej PropertiesThe best furniture & accessories in a variety of styles.Sofas & More. Bengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily News
2020-07-17Dharavi Model Only Way, Say Maharashtra Officials As New Hotspots Emerge - NDTV
Dharavi Model Only Way, Say Maharashtra Officials As New Hotspots EmergeSearchHomeAll IndiaDharavi Model Only Way, Say Maharashtra Officials As New Hotspots Emerge Dharavi Model Only Way, Say Maharashtra Officials As New Hotspots Emerge Mumbai's satellite cities - Thane and Kalyan-Dombivali - now seem to emerge as the new coronavirus hotspots in the state. All IndiaWritten by Saurabh GuptaUpdated: July 17, 2020 11:59 pm ISTOfficials are now conducting door-to-door screening in the new hotspots (File)Kalyan, Maharashtra: Maharashtra on Friday logged 8,308 new COVID-19 cases with 1,214 cases from Mumbai. But in a continuing worrying trend, 3,884 of the total cases came from the Thane Division, a major part of which forms the Mumbai Metropolitan Region.Mumbai's satellite cities - Thane and Kalyan-Dombivali - now seem to emerge as the new coronavirus hotspots in the state with the entire Thane district (city and rural) reporting 631 cases while Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation reporting 461 new cases on Friday.The emergence of new hotspots around Mumbai remain a challenge for the state administration as it grapples to contain the surge in cases in the state. Areas in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region adjoining Mumbai like Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation, Thane Municipal Corporation, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation are reporting massive spike in cases everyday.On Thursday, 8,641 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Maharashtra with 1,476 of them being reported from Mumbai. Thane city and the rural areas reported over 800 cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported 590 cases, Vasai-Virar reported 326 cases on Thursday.4,473 of the 8,641 cases came from the Thane Division which constitutes most of the Mumbai Metropolitan Area. The state reported 266 COVID-19 deaths on Thursday of which 56 were from Mumbai.Speaking to NDTV, Dr Vijay Suryavanshi, Municipal Commissioner of Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation, admitted that the Dharavi model is the only way to control the situation. This after the state's Environment, Tourism and Protocol Minister Aaditya Thackeray visited the area to take stock of the situation and pushed for a more aggressive approach to chase the virus."We are starting a campaign called 'Family Doctor COVID War Fighter'. They will be like our extended arms. We are taking their help and forming clusters of these doctors. In this cluster, we will have antigen testing and in the next 10 to 15 days we will be scanning the entire population."Kalyan-Dombivali Mayor Vinita Rane told NDTV, "To stop the spread of coronavirus in the jurisdiction of Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation, after discussion with Member of Parliament Dr Shrikant Shinde and the municipal commissioner, we have decided to approach family doctors in the city and also conduct antigen tests. This is being implemented now and family physicians and volunteers will approach everyone. This formula will be implemented across the city. We feel we will be able to stop the spread of the virus with this formula."Dr Prashant Patil, Secretary of Indian Medical Association-Kalyan, told NDTV, "We did door-to-door screening and the result is very good. We screened 7,000 patients on the first day and found 60 positive patients who were tested and isolated. We have started working on the Dharavi pattern and by end of July the number of cases should come down."Authorities say while a fresh lockdown has been imposed, they know it cannot be the solution. Many of the 18 lakh residents go to Mumbai for work which was a hotspot when the relaxations in the lockdown kicked in last month. That they believe is one of the reasons for the spike in cases. Maharashtra has a death rate of 3.91% while the positivity rate in the state is at 19.7%. The state has a recovery rate of 54.81%. 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2020-07-17COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 5000-mark; Ambernath, Badlapur sees rise in recoveries - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 5000-mark; Ambernath, Badlapur sees rise in recoveriesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 5000-mark; Ambernath, Badlapur sees rise in recoveriesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 17, 2020, 21:44 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Friday reported 237 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 5,283. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 77 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 3,126 have recovered. Out of the 195 cases, the maximum number of 74 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by 67 in Ulhasnagar-4, 52 in Ulhasnagar-5, 39 in Ulhasnagar-1 and 13 in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 2,080 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 64 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 1,767 with 26 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC), so far, 1,048 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 693. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Hendrepada, Shirgaon, Rameshwadi and Katrap, while the remaining were from Yadav Nagar, Aptewadi, Kharvai, Juveli, Gandhi Chowk, Belauli, Manjarli, Near Pancharatna Apt, and Subhash Nagar. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 96 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday and the case count has now climbed to 2,381, along with 112 fatalities. As many as 2,381 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Corporation now stands at 473. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020 Stop looking & Start finding valuable news on Quor.QuorIndustry Synergised BBA Program - 10 Specialisations offeredGEMS B SCHOOLCharcoal mask benefits: how to apply and what to know!LA OrganoMonsoon Magic Offer: SAVE FLAT 50% OFF on face essentialsmoha:Bengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily NewsA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker Nikhar Aventino: Super Loaded with Amenities and LuxuryNikhar AventinoBangalore's new charm that you can call home now!Godrej PropertiesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesI am making Rs.13500/day from home online!Career TimesCOMPLEX SECURITY, SIMPLIFIEDDell IndiaNikhar Aventino: Where Life Finds a New PerspectiveNikhar Aventino
2020-07-17COVID-19: Thane district records 1,910 new cases; 48 die - Republic World - Republic World
COVID-19: Thane district records 1,910 new cases; 48 die Last Updated: 17th July, 2020 06:58 IST COVID-19: Thane District Records 1,910 New Cases; 48 Die As many as 1,910 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday in Thane district, taking the tally to 62,398, while 48 more patients succumbed to the infection, a senior official said. Written By Press Trust Of India As many as 1,910 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday in Thane district, taking the tally to 62,398, while 48 more patients succumbed to the infection, a senior official said. Of the 48 deaths, Thane city and the powerloom town of Bhiwandi reported 13 each in the district, said the officer from the collectorate. The death toll in the district has increased to 1,774. He said with the addition of 1,910 fresh cases in the district, the tally has shot up to 62,398. Thane district accounts for 22.60 per cent of the total casesand 16.23 per cent of the deaths in Maharashtra. Kalyan town added 524 cases, taking the total to 14,598 total positive cases. In Thane city, the tally reached 14,832 cases after 413 more people tested positive for the viral infection, the official said. Navi Mumbai added 273 cases to take the count to 10,546, the official said. Ulhasnagar reported 203 new cases and Mira Bhayander 125, he said. An official from Palghar said the COVID-19 count in the adjoining district stood at 10,678, while 202 people have died so far due to the infection. First Published: 17th July, 2020 06:58 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 1 hour ago 199 new coronavirus cases in Ahmedabad, four deaths 59 mins ago Gujarat: Three arrested for selling bogus tocilizumab injections 1 hour ago COVID-19: Indian Coffee House in Shimla closed after employee skips quarantine, test 49 mins ago Mumbai crosses 1 lakh COVID cases with 1199 reported in 24 hrs; doubling rate at 54 days 1 hour ago Maha: Record 81-case jump on Sat takes Amravati count to 1,228 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: MHA seeks report on phone-tapping; Gehlot visits Guv CM Ashok Gehlot meets Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra after BTP formally endorses him Kangana Ranaut speaks to Arnab: Questions Sushant probe, says ‘Powerful not summoned’ FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-17Former CM Fadnavis briefs PM Modi on ground reality about COVID in Maharashtra - Republic World - Republic World
Former CM Fadnavis briefs PM Modi on 'ground reality' about COVID in Maharashtra Last Updated: 17th July, 2020 23:26 IST Former CM Fadnavis Briefs PM Modi On 'ground Reality' About COVID In Maharashtra Visiting COVID-19 affected places in entire Maharashtra, former CM Devendra Fadnavis, on Friday, briefed PM Modi on Maharashtra's COVID-19 ground reality. Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan Visiting COVID-19 affected places in entire Maharashtra, former CM Devendra Fadnavis, on Friday, briefed PM Modi on the state's Maharashtra COVID-19 scenario. Speaking to media persons in Delhi, he said that PM Modi has queried about rise in cases in several parts of Maharashtra and what could be done to reduce them. Moreover, he suggested that Maharashtra must ramp up testing like Delhi to reduced the rise in cases. Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's Covid cases cross 1 million; 'second-most tests done' Fadnavis briefs PM Modi on Maharashtra's COVID scenario "After a fruitful discussion with several Union Ministers, I believe that the Centre will take an appropriate decision. I have toured the entire Maharashtra and have now briefed PM Modi on the ground scenario about COVID-19 in the state. While the Centre has been extending help to Maharashtra government, I felt, as an intermediate politician, I must assure the same," he said. He added, "PM asked me about the scenario in Mumbai, Pune, Vidharbha, Marathwada and asked why were cases increasing and what steps must be taken. I feel that people's issues must reach the government and have been briefing them about it, suggesting improvement areas after consulting experts, sharing good practices. I have been asking ramping up testing as done in Delhi, which has resulted in a reduction in numbers. I feel the same should be done in Mumbai and the rest of Maharashtra". After visiting most #COVID19 affected Maharashtra districts, briefed Hon PM @narendramodi ji on assessment and actual #Coronavirus situation on ground.#CoronaInMaharashtra pic.twitter.com/nXhBWc9p1y — Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) July 17, 2020 Maharashtra: COVID-19 cases jump by 8,308 in 24 hrs; active cases soar to 1.2 lakh Fadnavis tours Maharashtra In a bid to know the ground reality about COVID-19 situation, Fadnavis recently completed a three-day tour visiting Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel. Prior to that, Fadnavis toured north Maharashtra, Marathwada, Jalgaon, Nashik and Aurangabad. While CM Uddhav Thackeray has refrained from moving away from Mumbai except on some occasions, the ruling parties have questioned the reason behind Fadnavis' extensive visits. The former CM has defended it saying that it is part of an exercise to reach out to people “reeling under hardships”. Mumbai sees 1228 new COVID cases; city tally rises to 98,979 as India passes 10-lakh mark Maharashtra's COVID battle Maharashtra on Friday clocked a whopping 8,308 new cases of Coronavirus disease, taking the overall tally of confirmed cases to 2,92,589, informed the state health department. The death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 11,452 after 258 patients succumbed to the illness in the last 24 hours. The number of recovered patients jumped by 2,217 in the same period to reach 1,60,357. As of July 1, there are 1,20,480 active cases in Maharashtra. 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2020-07-17Maharashtra tally crosses 2.9 lakh mark with 8,308 new cases - The Hindu
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2020-07-17Ulhasnagar Records More Than 5,000 Covid-19 Cases - Mumbai Live
Ulhasnagar Records More Than 5,000 Covid-19 CasesUlhasnagar Records More Than 5,000 Covid-19 CasesThe commissioner of Ulhasnagar has decided to implement the Dharavi pattern in the city due to rising Covid-19 cases.By Mumbai Live TeamHealth MumbaiSHARESAdvertisementWhile Covid-19 cases in Mumbai are showing signs of slowing down, the city's neighbouring areas have now started to crumble due to the spread of the virus. On Thursday, Ulhasnagar recorded 202 fresh coronavirus cases, taking the total tally of the region to 5,046. The death toll in the city has reached 74. The data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation's health department states that so far, 2,973 coronavirus patients have been discharged and there are 1,999 active cases in the region. It has also been reported that due to lack of proper medical treatments and facilities in the city, most of the asymptomatic coronavirus patients have preferred to isolate themselves at home. The data suggests that out of 1,114 asymptomatic patients, 635 are isolating at home while just 479 patients have been admitted in Covid-19 centres. Ulhasnagar is currently the fifth worst-hit city in the Thane district of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The neighbouring areas of Kalyan-Dombivali have also become one of the biggest coronavirus hotspots in the state, with more than 14,000 cases. Meanwhile, areas of Ambernath have recorded more than 2,800 cases and Badlapur has witnessed more than 1,600 cases so far.As per media reports, due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the city, the commissioner of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has decided to implement the Dharavi pattern. Ulhasnagar is set to see door-to-door surveys with the help of corporators and volunteering teams to curb the virus by tracing the suspects in the region. The slum area of Dharavi which was once a major hub for the spread of the deadly virus in Mumbai city has now seen massive improvements in the reduction of positive cases. The densely populated slum’s success in breaking the coronavirus chain even earned some praise by the World Health Organization (WHO) at a recent briefing.   RELATED TOPICSCovid-19UlhasnagarAmbernathCoronavirusThane districtBadlapurKalyanDombivaliDharaviDharavi patternWHOMumbai coronavirus cases  Loading next story...Latest NewsAishwarya Rai Bachchan and Aradhya Bachchan admitted at Mumbai's Nanavati Hospital due to coronavirusStudents share their thoughts about 'Law' as the profession gets limelight in the Kannada releaseHeavy Rainfall Across Mumbai and Suburbs, but Lakes Still Running at Low CapacityPrakash Ambedkar opposes appointment of administrators to gram panchayatsOffer prayers at home, livestock markets to remain shut: Maharashtra GovernmentBMC revenue falls 80 per cent in the first quarter of this yearAdvertisementCivicHeavy Rainfall Across Mumbai and Suburbs, but Lakes Still Running at Low CapacityBMC revenue falls 80 per cent in the first quarter of this yearTwo Accused Of Dangerous Crimes Escape Covid-19 Centre At GovandiUlhasnagar Records More Than 5,000 Covid-19 CasesKalyan Dombivali records 542 new cases of COVID-19Address health problems affordably with the Bajaj Finserv Digital Health EMI Network Card ABOUT US THE GUIDEBOOK TERMS & CONDITIONS PRIVACY POLICY FEEDBACK CONTACT US SITEMAPMumbai 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)
2020-07-17Ulhasnagar case tally crosses 5,000, Mumbai to implement Dharavi pattern - Times of India
Ulhasnagar case tally crosses 5,000, Mumbai to implement Dharavi patternTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCoronavirus in MumbaiBuilding Collapse in MumbaiMumbai RainsUlhasnagar case tally crosses 5,000, Mumbai to implement Dharavi patternPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jul 17, 2020, 09:37 ISTMedical personnel check temperature of a Dharavi residents in MumbaiUlhasnagar on Thursday crossed the 5,000-mark in Covid-19 patients. The city added 202 new patients, taking the tally to 5,046, while the toll is 74. According to the data of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation's health department, 2,973 patients have been discharged so far and there are 1,999 active cases. Most of the asymptomatic patients have opted for home isolation. Of the 1,114 asymptomatic patients with mild symptoms, 635 patients are in home isolation, while 479 patients are in Covid Care Centres. Only 885 patients have been hospitalized. The rising cases count has prompted Ulhasnagar civic chief Dr Raja Dayanidhi to implement the Dharavi pattern. He said door-to-door surveys would start soon and corporators and their teams of volunteers would be roped in to curb the spread of coronavirus through early detection. 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2020-07-17Thane: Parking lot being developed as a field hospital - Mumbai Live
Thane: Parking lot being developed as a field hospitalThane: Parking lot being developed as a field hospitalThe Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) is building a field hospital in a parking lot adjoining Jupiter hospital.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESAdvertisementDoctor Vipin Sharma, Municipal Commissioner, On July 17, stated that the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) is building a field hospital in a parking lot adjoining Jupiter hospital. This step has been taken to ensure that in case the hospital runs out of beds or there is a sudden spike in cases, the treatment does not pause for the COVID-19 patients.Meanwhile, as many as 1,910 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday, July 16, 2020, in the Thane district, which took the tally to 62,398 cases. According to a senior official, 48 more patients succumbed to the infection. Of the 48 deaths, Thane city and the power loom town of Bhiwandi reported 13 each in the district. The death toll in the district has increased to 1,774. Thane district accounts for 22.60 per cent of the total cases and 16.23 per cent of the deaths in the state. On the other hand, Kalyan added 524 cases, taking the total to 14,598 total positive cases. In Thane city, the tally reached 14,832 cases after 413 more people tested positive for the contagious disease.Navi Mumbai also recorded approximately 273 cases to take the count to 10,546 whereas Ulhasnagar reported 203 new cases and Mira Bhayander 125. As per reports, an official from Palghar said the coronavirus count in the adjoining district stood at 10,678, while 202 people have died so far due to the respiratory illness. Thane city already has a field hospital at Saket and is working towards developing one at a shut factory at Pokhran-1. Meanwhile, two are being developed at Mumbra and Kalwa by MHADA.In order to break the chain of the coronavirus and contain the spread, it has been decided by the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) to extend the total lockdown till July 19. The complete lockdown in Thane has started from 7 pm on July 12 and will remain in effect till 7:00 pm on July 19.RELATED TOPICSThaneTMCparking lotfield hospitalJupiterCOVID-19Coronavirus  Loading next story...Latest NewsAishwarya Rai Bachchan and Aradhya Bachchan admitted at Mumbai's Nanavati Hospital due to coronavirusStudents share their thoughts about 'Law' as the profession gets limelight in the Kannada releaseHeavy Rainfall Across Mumbai and Suburbs, but Lakes Still Running at Low CapacityPrakash Ambedkar opposes appointment of administrators to gram panchayatsOffer prayers at home, livestock markets to remain shut: Maharashtra GovernmentBMC revenue falls 80 per cent in the first quarter of this yearAdvertisementCivicHeavy Rainfall Across Mumbai and Suburbs, but Lakes Still Running at Low CapacityBMC revenue falls 80 per cent in the first quarter of this yearTwo Accused Of Dangerous Crimes Escape Covid-19 Centre At GovandiUlhasnagar Records More Than 5,000 Covid-19 CasesKalyan Dombivali records 542 new cases of COVID-19Address health problems affordably with the Bajaj Finserv Digital Health EMI Network Card ABOUT US THE GUIDEBOOK TERMS & CONDITIONS PRIVACY POLICY FEEDBACK CONTACT US SITEMAPMumbai 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)
2020-07-16Record spike of 8,641 cases takes Maharashtra tally past 2.80 lakh - The Hindu
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2020-07-16COVID-19: Thane district records 1,910 new cases; 48 die - Outlook India
COVID-19: Thane district records 1,910 new cases; 48 die Outlook July 16, 2020 23:31 IST COVID-19: Thane district records 1,910 new cases; 48 die outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane,Jul 16(PTI) As many as 1,910 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday in Thane district, taking the tally to 62,398, while 48 more patients succumbed to the infection, a senior official said. Of the 48 deaths, Thane city and the powerloom town of Bhiwandi reported 13 each in the district, said the officer from the collectorate. The death toll in the district has increased to 1,774. He said with the addition of 1,910 fresh cases in the district, the tally has shot up to 62,398. Thane district accounts for 22.60 per cent of the total casesand 16.23 per cent of the deaths in Maharashtra. Kalyan town added 524 cases, taking the total to 14,598 total positive cases. In Thane city, the tally reached 14,832 cases after 413 more people tested positive for the viral infection, the official said. Navi Mumbai added 273 cases to take the count to 10,546, the official said. Ulhasnagar reported 203 new cases and Mira Bhayander 125, he said. An official from Palghar said the COVID-19 count in the adjoining district stood at 10,678, while 202 people have died so far due to the infection. PTI COR RSY RSY Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Russian Football Game Off After Nine Coronavirus Positives TikTok’s Shifting Of Headquarters Out Of China Will Make It No Less Predatory Ace Para-badminton Player Ramesh Tikaram Dies Of COVID-19 More from Outlook Magazine Ageing Diary Our Talking Heads You Don’t Deal With Failure. Failure Deals With You: Abhishek Bachchan Next Story : Ten deaths, 1,676 new COVID-19 cases in Telangana Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-16COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 5000-mark while Badlapur reports highest single-day spike; Ambernat - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 5000-mark while Badlapur reports highest single-day spike; Ambernath sees fewer casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar crosses 5000-mark while Badlapur reports highest single-day spike; Ambernath sees fewer casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 16, 2020, 20:55 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Thursday reported 202 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number of positive cases in the city climbed to 5,046. Also, 74 patients have succumbed in the city so far and the total number of recovered patients in the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation limits stands at 2,973. As many as 1,999 persons are currently undergoing treatment in the city. Out of the 226 cases, the maximum of 55 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 50 in Ulhasnagar-3, 42 in Ulhasnagar-1, 35 in Ulhasnagar-5 and 20 in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Badlapur witnessed as many as 90 persons testing positive in the city in the last 24 hours, taking the tally to 1,703. The death toll in the city now stands at 23 while 915 patients have recovered till date. As many as 765 persons are currently being treated, as per Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC). Most of the cases on Thursday came up in Katrap, MHADA Colony, Shanti Nagar, Shirgaon, Subhash Nagar, Rameshwadi and Hendrepada. The remaining were from Jadhav Colony, Valivali Road, Manjarli, Mohananand Nagar, Panvelkar Square, Tata Colony, Ambedkar Chowk, Juveli, Kirti Police, DP Road, Raut Arcade and Ganeshwadi. Meanwhile, in Ambernath, 41 persons tested positive on Thursday taking the total to 2,870. So far, 111 patients have died while 2,344 have been successfully treated and discharged, and with that, the number of active cases in the area now stands at 415. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020 New Vostro 14 5000 series. Get 10% Cashback & moreDell IndiaIndustry Synergised BBA Program - 10 Specialisations offeredGEMS B SCHOOLSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Nikhar Aventino: Where Life Finds a New PerspectiveNikhar AventinoIf you’re a small business, we Want to Help.Dell IndiaHere's A Twisted, Thrilling Show For Fans Of Mafia MoviesMENSXP Even our PM recognizes the Importance of Coding Now!CAMP K12Dust-off dandruff this monsoon with ayurveda & SAVE 50% OFFmoha:If everything has a Value, then what about News?QuorBe a part of legacy. AICTE approved. International immersionIMT- GhaziabadI am making Rs.13500/day from home online!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times
2020-07-16Thane: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 tally crosses 5,000; many asymptomatic patients preferring home isolation - Times of India
Thane: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 tally crosses 5,000; many asymptomatic patients preferring home isolationThane: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 tally crosses 5,000; many asymptomatic patients preferring home isolationPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jul 16, 2020, 21:20 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: The Covid-19 tally in the fifth-worst affected Ulhasnagar city in the Thane district of Maharashtra (MMR region) on Thursday crosses 5,000. The city on Thursday reported new 202 patients in the last 24 hours taking the total patients' count in the region to 5,046, including 74 deaths so far. If the health department data of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation is to be believed, so far 2,973 patients have got discharged from different hospitals and Covid care centers while the remaining 1,999 patients are still taking treatments. In Ulhasnagar, it has been found that most of asymptomatic patients in absence of proper treatment and other facilities at Covid care centres are seen preferring home isolation as out of total 1,114 asymptomatic patients with mild symptoms, 635 patients are in home isolation while only 479 patients are kept at Covid care centres. A Covid patient, who is in home isolation for the last four days and did not wish to be named, told TOI, "After my father tested positive, I also tested positive, but my father who is in Covid care centre finding no proper facilities recommended me to remain in home isolation". Meanwhile, looking at the rising Covid cases, Dr Raja Dayanidhi, commissioner of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, has decided to implement Dharavi pattern in city and said very soon a door-to-door survey will start in city by taking help of all corporators and their volunteers teams to control Covid cases by tracing maximum Covid suspects in city. 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2020-07-16Maharashtra: Fate of 3rd-Year Students Hangs in Balance Amid Govt-Governor Ego Battle - NewsClick
Maharashtra: Fate of 3rd-Year Students Hangs in Balance Amid Govt-Governor Ego Battle Almost eight lakh third-year students are waiting for a final call on their examinations. The decision is pending as a full-on political tug of war is going on between the MVA government and the Governor. Amey Tirodkar 16 Jul 2020 Representational Image. Image Courtesy: Deccan Chronicle With the state under lockdown, Maharashtra faces another serious challenge – examinations for its third-year degree students. The examinations have either not been conducted or remain incomplete. The state government had come up the option of aggregate marks. However, Governor B.S. Koshyari is not ready to accept the option, with it becoming another flashpoint between him and the state government. Kapil Khandagale is from Chandibai College in Ulhasnagar, Thane. He is a third-year Bachelor of Arts student in language (Marathi). His examinations were supposed to begin on April 7 but were postponed due to the lockdown. Since then, his future seemed uncertain. Neha Kadam is a third-year B.A. (Economics) student from Ruia College in Matunga, Mumbai. With her college being an autonomous institute, it began its exams before Mumbai University. Even then, her last two papers – Corporate Finance and Behavioural Economics – remain undone due to the lockdown and COVID-19. She does not know if the examinations will take place or if she will be passed with aggregate marks for those two papers. Shruti Makwana, another student from Viva College in Virar, has had her examinations postponed. She is waiting for clarity on whether her examinations will happen or not. These are just a few students out of about eight lakh students in Maharashtra, all of whom are in their third year. In the last week of May, the Maharashtra government came up with the policy that these students will be passed without examinations, with aggregate marks from their fifth semester. The state government also gave the option of an examination for those students unhappy with their aggregate marks, for examinations once the situation improved. However, it is where the Bharatiya Janata Party and Shiv Sena disagreed. BJP leader Ashish Shelar met Governor Koshyari and handed over a letter opposing the government policy. A few days later, Governor Koshyari, also chancellor of all universities on account of being governor, opposed the state government's policy and supported the idea of examinations. It happened over the first and second weeks of June. Since then, both sides have playing with the fate of lakhs of students. Governor Koshyari has been citing the UGC’s position on the matter. UGC Vice-Chancellor Dr. Bhushan Patwardhan has said that passing students sans exams would have negative impact on their careers. "Exams are an integral part of academic life. No one will trust the doctor, engineer, lawyer or any other professional where the person has not given the final exam. In foreign countries, the exams have been either deferred by on year or conducted via online. No exams can not be the option," said Dr Patwardhan. Governor Koshyari too took a similar stand. "There is no need to take the stance of not conducting the exams. There should be exams. They could begin at the end of September," said Koshyari. However, the state government has been firmly opposing it. State's Minister of Higher Education And Technical Education, Uday Samant, cited the COVID-19 situation. "Maharashtra government cannot take the risk. COVID-19 patients have been found in Raj Bhavan and in Mumbai University. So, calling students for examinations during the pandemic would be riskier. We will not take risks with the health of students," said Samant. In the last week of June, vice chancellors of all universities in the state have been consulted about the examinations. Out of the total, almost 13 vice chancellors have supported the government's stand. However, news reports mentioned that Governor Koshyari has received differing opinions from the same vice chancellors. Last week, Samant again called for an online meeting of vice chancellors which was broadcast live on TV. In the meeting, the VCs supported the government. The uncertainty about examinations has given rise to other issues. Career councillor Ashutosh Shirke told NewsClick that the parents of some of his clients are tired of the uncertainty. “They are now worried about their careers. Many of them asked me about the options for them in such a situation. Losing focus at such crucial period of your career is definitely not good. It is why a decision is needed," said Shirke. "I am ready to give my examinations and I have serious doubts about aggregate marks. However, if examinations are not possible due to COVID-19 I am ready to accept aggregate marks. One cannot compromise on health issues," said Neha Kadam. Kapil Khandagale too supported the idea of aggregate marks. "Forcing or pressuring to conduct examinations is not the right approach in the current situation," said Kapil. "I read somewhere that the Governor is of the opinion that examinations should happen by September-end or October. However, what is the guarantee that COVID-19 will be over by then? So, either defer the examinations by an entire year and scrap this educational year completely or pass the students with aggregate marks," said Shruti Makwana. Senior educationist and former professor, Sudhir Panase, slammed UGC for the mess. "The state government is handling the situation on the ground. They are better informed about the situation. They are the ones who conduct the examinations by providing necessary infrastructure through colleges. In the current situation, there was no need to create the mess. The state government has come up with options and the UGC should have accepted it," said Panase. In the unprecedented situation that COVID-19 has brought with it, Maharashtra is India's worst hit state with over 2.75 lakh cases. Whatever the debate, it is clear that an insensitive approach in dealing with the situation will hurt eight lakh students across Maharashtra. 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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2020-07-16COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai reports 1,498 new cases; 3,26,826 samples tested in the last 24 hours in India - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai reports 1,498 new cases; 3,26,826 samples tested in the last 24 hours in IndiaJul 16, 2020, 23.01PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai reports 1,498 new cases; 3,26,826 samples tested in the last 24 hours in IndiaIndia hit a new high with its daily caseload of Covid19 cases. It also saw one of the biggest single day number of casualties with 606 deaths. In just the first 15 days of July, India has added as many cases as it had for the whole month of June. While the death toll has gone up to 24,915 with new casualties, the recovery rate stands at 63.24 per cent. On Thursday, India saw a biggest spike of 32,695 cases. Maharashtra continues to be the worst-affected state and has reported a total of 2.68 lakh cases. On Wednesday, the state saw a spike of 7,975 new cases. With 233 new deaths in a day, the state's fatality count also increased to 10,928. The numbers in Mumbai spiked by 1,390 to 96,253. While 1,510 people tested positive in Pune, Thane reported 400 more cases.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-07-16 23:01(IST) COVID-19 July 16 HighlightsMaharashtra recorded the highest single-day spike of 8,641 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 2,84,281. Also, 266 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to pandemic in the state to 11,194 and the fatality rate to 3.94 per cent, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of July 16 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and the rest of the country2020-07-16 23:00(IST) Chandigarh reports 16 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 635With 16 new COVID-19 cases reported in Chandigarh on Thursday, the tally of positive cases in the Union Territory (UT) has reached 635.Chandigarh Health Department, in a media bulletin, stated the total number of active cases stands at 148 while 476 patients have been cured to date.Out of 10,244 samples tested, 635 resulted positive and 9,560 were detected negative for COVID-19. However, two samples were rejected, the department said.As of now, 11 people have succumbed to the disease in the UT.2020-07-16 21:19(IST) Mira Bhayandar reports 125 new COVID-19 cases; three persons succumb to the infectionMira-Bhayandar continues to bear the brunt of COVID-19 pandemic with another 125 cases adding up to the list of positive patients on Thursday. Three more persons succumbed to the viral infection in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll in the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) area to 213. With the addition of the new infected persons, the cumulative positive cases in Mira Bhayandar has now crossed the 6000 mark and stands at 6075. However, what is worrying is the fact that the number of active positive patients crossed the 1200 mark and the figure now stands at 1217.2020-07-16 21:09(IST) Ulhasnagar, Badlapur and Ambernath's COVID-19 reportUlhasnagar on Thursday reported 202 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number of positive cases in the city climbed to 5,046. Also, 74 patients have succumbed to the virus in the city so far and the total number of recovered patients in the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation limits stands at 2,973. As many as 1,999 persons are currently undergoing treatment in the city. Read more2020-07-16 20:29(IST) West Bengal reports 1,690 new COVID-19 cases and 23 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking total number of cases to 36,1172020-07-16 19:55(IST) Mumbai reports 1498 COVID-19 cases1498 new COVID-19 positive cases and 56 deaths have been reported in Mumbai today. The total number of positive cases rise to 97,751 including 68,537 discharged cases, 23,694 active cases and 5,520 deaths reported till now, informed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).2020-07-16 19:05(IST) Dharavi reports 13 new cases on ThursdayThe daily coronavirus caseload of Dharavi, once one of the worst-hit areas of the city, was pitched at 13 on Thursday. The total number of cases in the largest slum of Asia has now mounted at 2,428, informed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). On the other hand, in Mahim, 26 persons tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, taking the toll to 1,446. Read more2020-07-16 19:01(IST) Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh thanks Sonu Sood for his generous contributionI thank @SonuSood Ji for your generous contribution of giving 25,000 #FaceShields for our police personnel. https://t.co/bojGZghy23— ANIL DESHMUKH (@AnilDeshmukhNCP) 15949048250002020-07-16 18:43(IST) 3,26,826 samples tested in the last 24 hours in India: Ministry of Health and Family WelfareA total of 3,26,826 samples have been tested in the last 24 hours in the country. The cumulative number of 1,27,39,490 samples tested translated to a figure of 9231.5 testing per million for India, said the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.2020-07-16 18:02(IST) Mumbai: Football coach sells vegetables now as he struggles to make ends meet amid COVID-19 outbreakMumbai: Prasad Bhosale, a football coach, is selling vegetables now as he struggles to make ends meet amid #COVID19… https://t.co/eBp9r44bFn— ANI (@ANI) 159490210500005:15 PM (IST) The number of COVID-19 cases is increasing in India because of the huge population of our country. But, we have a good recovery rate and the mortality rate is also very lowRandeep Guleria, AIIMS Director05:02 PM (IST) Bihar doctors struggle past flooded roads to reach COVID-19 centresA COVID care centre in Bihar's Supaul was flooded after heavy rains caused severe waterlogging in the surrounding roads. The COVID-19 patients at the medical centre were moved to the first floor to stay safe from the flood waters. Even more compelling is the plight of the medical professionals treating the patients at this centre .The doctors and nurses have to reach the centre on cycle-carts. In this viral video, Dr Amrendra Kumar, can be seen sitting on a plastic chair placed on a cycle cart, that wades through a waterlogged street in order to reach a one-floor COVID centre which is in a bad shape.2020-07-16 16:43(IST) 'We have decided to create a data bank of COVID-19 recovered patients in the state and convince them to donate plasma for treatment of other COVID-19 patients': Rajasthan Health Minister Raghu Sharma2020-07-16 16:18(IST) Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri: Air France to fly 28 flights from July 18 to August 12020-07-16 15:17(IST) Andhra Pradesh: 14 priests of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams test positive for COVID-19, reports ANI2020-07-16 14:39(IST) COVID-19: Navi Mumbai reports 617 fresh casesNavi Mumbai saw a sharp increase in the number of fresh COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. The region reported 617 fresh cases of the virus on Wednesday. The spike comes after cases in Navi Mumbai dropped below the 500-mark on July 14. Read more02:16 PM (IST) COVID 19: 31 people arrested for partying at a nightclub in Delhi31 people were arrested for partying at a nightclub in Paschim Vihar on July 14. Police found the club was also serving liquor and hookah. IT did not have any liquor licence. The club was being run in the garb of a restaurant with takeaway facility. The owner Lavish Khurana and his brother Kashish were also present at the party. The club is called 'Playgue'. It has now been sealed. Police have said that all those present will be tested for Covid19 and if anyone comes out positive, further charges will be added against them as well. 2020-07-16 13:53(IST) COVID-19: Maharashtra reports nearly 8,000 fresh casesMaharashtra, in the past 24 hours, reported nearly 8,000 fresh COVID-19 cases. The state registered 7,975 cases, taking the total toll to 2,75,640. This is the second highest single-day figure Maharashtra has reported so far. Read more01:32 PM (IST) Newly constructed hostel at Bangalore University converted into COVID care centreThis newly constructed hostel in Bangalore University premises has been converted into a Covid care centre with 510 beds. It is ready to receive patients from Thursday. 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2020-07-16Ulhasnagar mayor calls off plan to renovate cabin over protest - Times of India
Ulhasnagar mayor calls off plan to renovate cabin over protestUlhasnagar mayor calls off plan to renovate cabin over protestPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jul 16, 2020, 10:54 ISTLeelabai AashanULHASNAGAR: Mayor of Ulhasnagar Leelabai Aashan of the Shiv Sena has run into a controversy after the civic body invited bids to beautify her office cabin for a budget of Rs 14 lakh. Activists objected to the plan amid rising Covid cases and citizens complaining of lack of healthcare facilities. The mayor, who belong to Shiv Sena party, clarified that the ceiling had collapsed in March, spurring the need to spruce it up. She had the refurbishment plan revoked by Wednesday evening. On Tuesday, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation issued online tender. On learning about it, voices of dissent poured out. Activist Moti Ludhwani has written to the chief minister, demanding that the tender be cancelled. Another activist, Sarita Khanchandani of Hirali Foundation, said she would have moved court had the tender were not been cancelled. 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsNarendra ModiCoronavirus India update liveCoronavirus testingSachin PilotJio Google DealTN 12th Results HSC Result 2020 CBSE 10th Result 2020LATEST VIDEOSCityMinor raped in Covid-19 isolation ward of Patna Medical College and Hospital, guard held Not all pregnant women required to undergo Covid test, says Delhi government to HC Bihar: 264 crore bridge inaugurated last month, washed away in Gopalganj CBSE results: A few Kolkata schools buck national trend More from TOIBarley vs wheat: Which is Better?Grocery shopping tips to stay safe amid coronavirusFace shields for an added protection when you step out of your homeWater-resistant shoes for little boys that'll make rain showers funNavbharat 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsNarendra ModiCoronavirus India update liveCoronavirus testingSachin PilotJio Google DealTN 12th Results HSC Result 2020 CBSE 10th Result 2020Liberal Arts DegreeTNEA 2020 RegistrationWeekly HoroscopeNewsCoronavirus 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 webShekhar SumanAmitabh BachchanKatrina Insta PhotosPriyanka to DishaKatrina Childhood PhotosKatrina Kaif RaisesMumbai Airport Quarantine RulesBengaluru Airport QuarantineRhea Breaks SilenceTrending topicsSonam KapoorPooja HegdeR MadhavanRohman ShawlFarhan AkhtarSSR CaseSushant Singh RajputSalman KhanRohini IyerDhruva SarjaCoronavirus Vaccine UpdateCoronavirus VaccineAmazon App Quiz TodayJio 5G NetworkJio TV PlusZoom Home DeviceCoronavirus in KarnatakaEarthquake in GujaratFollow 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
2020-07-16Three doctors succumb to Covid-19 in just 10 days - Mumbai Mirror
WELCOME,My TimesLOGOUTSIGN INThu ,Jul 16, 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/Three doctors from Kalyan-Dombivali and Ulhasanagar succumb to Covid-19 in just 10 daysYou are in an offline modeThree doctors from Kalyan-Dombivali and Ulhasanagar succumb to Covid-19 in just 10 daysByKamal MishraKamal Mishra / Updated: Jul 16, 2020, 08:17 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEAll three general practitioners were above the age of 50. Three doctors—two from Kalyan Dombivali municipal area and one from Ulhasanagar— have succumbed to the Covid-19 infection over the last 10 days. All three general practitioners were above the age of 50. Ulhasnagar-based anesthesiologist and general practitioner Dr BK Sachdev died at the Wockhardt Hospital in Mumbai Central on July 7. The 71-year-old had been practising medicine since 1975. The SarvAnand Hospital had awarded him with a lifetime achievement award a few months ago. Sachdev is survived by his 67-year-old wife, two sons and a daughter. Dombivali-based general practitioner Dr Milind Vairagi died of the infection at the Raheja Fortis Hospital in Mahim on July 8. His niece, Dr Priyanka Sakarkar, said he worked until June 24. “On June 24, he experienced a mild fever,” Sakarkar said. “Considering the pandemic, he immediately isolated himself and took doses of paracetamol and azithromycin. Since the fever persisted, he consulted a physician on June 26 who advised him to undergo a Covid-19 test , X-ray and other related medical examinations. (From left) Dr BK Sachdev, Dr Milind Vairagi and Dr Rakesh Surendra Vajpeyi On June 27, the 51-year-old's X-ray reports indicated a slight haziness in his chest and he decided to secure a bed at the Raheja Fortis Hospital. Vairagi tested positive for the virus on June 29. “On July 2, we woke up to a message from him on our family WhatsApp group saying that he no longer had a fever and that his oxygen saturation level was at 98%. We were so happy and so was he,” Sakarkar told Mirror on Wednesday. Later on July 2, however, he experienced mild breathlessness. “His saturation dropped to 89% on room air and 95% with oxygen. Based on this, the doctor decided to shift him to the Intensive Care Unit and started administering remdesivir and tocilizumab,” Sakarkar said. On July 4, Vairagi sent a message to his wife, also a doctor, suggesting her for arrangement of plasma therapy. He stopped responding to text messages from July 5. Later that night, the family received a call from the ICU informing them that his oxygen saturation levels had dropped to 85% and that they were considering intubation. The hospital official said he could recover from his condition with treatment. However, he was declared dead on July 8. Dombivali-based Dr Rakesh Surendra Vajpeyi died of the infection on July 9. The 50-year-old doctor worked at a private hospital in Thakurli. His cousin, Dr Rupesh Vajpeyi, said he was undergoing treatment at the Sion Hospital after he tested positive for the virus on July 2. 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2020-07-16Maharashtra seeks nod for labs in Kalyan, Bhiwandi - Times of India
Maharashtra seeks nod for labs in Kalyan, BhiwandiTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCoronavirus in MumbaiBuilding Collapse in MumbaiMumbai RainsMaharashtra seeks nod for labs in Kalyan, BhiwandiSANJAY BANERJEE, Vijay Singh & Umesh K Parida | TNN | Updated: Jul 17, 2020, 09:25 ISTRepresentative imageMUMBAI: Health minister Rajesh Tope said the state has sought approval from ICMR for starting Covid-19 testing labs in corporations like Kalyan-Dombivli, Bhiwandi-Nizampur and Ulhasnagar. He said like Mumbai, augmentation of beds by setting up jumbo facilities in those areas had started and nearly 1,000 oxygen beds and over 300 ICU beds will be added in few days. He said the state sought relaxation in plasma collection norms, which will make it easier for more blood banks to participate. While NMMC reported 273 fresh cases and four deaths, taking the count to 10,546 and toll to 322, it is looking at increasing daily testing by around five times. Around 500 samples are being sent for testing daily. Around 40,000 antigen kits have arrived and 60,000 more are being procured. These tests will be free for symptomatic patients and close contacts. NMMC chief Abhijit Bangar told the administration to start working on a pathology lab for testing samples. The lab is expected to be set up in eight days. NMMC has five authorised labs now. The earlier chief had decided to have a dedicated lab but due to labour shortage and reluctance to work at Vashi Covid hospital, the decision was not implemented. “As Bangar took charge on Tuesday, he responded quickly to pleas for an in-house path laboratory,” said B N Kumar, director, NatConnect Foundation. People were being made to wait endlessly for results of swab tests. The other option was to opt for private labs, which would charge Rs1,800-2,800 per test. PCMC reported 134 cases and seven deaths on Thursday. Cases shot up to 4,469 and toll to 107. Meanwhile, 63 tested positive in Panvel rural but no death was reported. In Uran, there were 17 cases and two deaths. The Mira-Bhayander municipal corporation began testing with 4,000 antigen kits. Citizens have been defying lockdown and protesting the third extension. 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2020-07-15Religious head’s b’day party, a wedding blamed for community transmission - Mumbai Mirror
WELCOME,My TimesLOGOUTSIGN INWed ,Jul 15, 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/Religious headYou are in an offline modeReligious head’s b’day party, a wedding blamed for community transmissionBySharmeen HakimSharmeen Hakim / Updated: Jul 15, 2020, 06:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEPetition in HC seeks action against officials for allowing gatherings during lockdown. A teacher and activist from Ulhasnagar has approached the Bombay High Court attributing the exponential growth of Covid cases to a religious leader’s birthday celebrations during lockdown and subsequent gatherings in the same premises that went unchecked. The town with a population of five lakh has seen coronavirus cases rise from 138 on May 18 to more than 4,400, including 71 deaths, by July 14. A division bench of Justices PB Varale and Milind Jadhav issued notices to the State, Director General Police, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation and Thane Collector while hearing a petition filed by teacher Sarita Khanchandani and NGO Hirali. Khanchandi has further sought action for “dereliction of duties by the authorities concerned who failed to trace those who attended the event despite the availability of CCTV footage and allow gatherings as recent as during Guru Purnima (July 5) celebrations in the same premises go unchecked. Of the 13 people, who tested positive from the Sindhi leader’s birthday celebrations at the Durbar, five were from his own family, including himself and his son, according to the petition. The head’s daughter and a devotee subsequently died in June. The lockdown in Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has been extended to July 22, due to the rise in corona cases. The petition filed through advocate Pravartak Pathak says that despite an FIR having been registered regarding the incident on June 1, after several tweets by the teacher, the police have gone “soft” on the accused. Moreover, contact tracing was not done diligently despite CCTV footage being available, and innumerable corona cases being traced back to the Durbar. As per the dashboard of Ulhasnagar municipal corporation, the number of cases as on May 18, 2020 (a day after the celebrations) was 138. Up to 100 people attended the celebrations, which were followed by a wedding on May 24. The petition alleges that till date, there is no contact-tracing by the investigating agency to control the spread of the virus in the Ulhasnagar municipal corporation area. “From the number of Covid-19 positive cases since May 18, it is evident that there is complete dereliction of duty at the municipal corporation level as well as on the part of the Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar,” the petition says. RELATED NEWSAdvisory not binding, says Bombay High CourtJul 02, 2020Unlock 2.0: Nationwide lockdown extended till July 31Jun 30, 2020Centre extends nationwide lockdown for two more weeks till May 31May 17, 2020 Sofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. COMPLEX SECURITY, SIMPLIFIEDDell IndiaBangalore's new charm that you can call home now!Godrej PropertiesDust-off dandruff this monsoon with ayurveda & SAVE 50% OFFmoha:How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesBook a Star Online and unlock special offers from Wishbox.The Mercedes-Benz GLC I am making Rs.13500/day from home online!Career TimesIf everything has a Value, then what about News?QuorKfc worker leave job after this happens!RoyalHub LifeHer refusal to pay dowry led to an acid attackImpact GuruInsure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzWhat We Learn in Times of Crisis is Bound to Help in ComfortThrive Global
2020-07-15COVID-19: Maha logs 7,975 new cases; 233 die, 3,606 recover - Outlook India
COVID-19: Maha logs 7,975 new cases; 233 die, 3,606 recover Outlook July 15, 2020 20:27 IST COVID-19: Maha logs 7,975 new cases; 233 die, 3,606 recover outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 (Eds: Adds details) Mumbai, Jul 15 (PTI) Maharashtra''s COVID-19 tally rose to 2,75,640 on Wednesday with the addition of 7,975 new cases, while 233 more patients succumbed to the disease, 62 of them in Mumbai, taking the death toll to 10,928, the state health department said. A total of 3,606 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the number of recoveries to 1,52,613, it said. As many as 233 patients died due to the viral disease, taking the toll closer to the 11,000-mark at 10,928, the health department said in a release. Of the total deaths, 62 were recorded in Mumbai. In the limits of the Pune, Kalyan-Dombivli and Pimpri-Chinchwad municipal corporations, 31, 15 and 11 deaths, respectively, were reported, it said. Nine patients each lost their lives in areas governed by municipal corporations of Navi Mumbai, Nashik and Jalgaon, the department said. In Ulhasnagar, eight persons succumbed to the disease. Out of the 7,975 new cases, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), including Mumbai city, accounted for the highest 4,140 cases, taking its tally to 1,83,900 and the death toll to 7,665. Of the new infections in the MMR, Mumbai reported 1,374, which increased its total count to 96,474. The financial capitals death toll stood at 5,467. Pune city reported a rise of 1,345 cases; Kalyan- Dombivli 561; Pimpri-Chinchwad 539; Thane 407; Navi Mumbai 376 and Ulhasnagar registered 230 new patients in a day. The recovery rate in the state is 55.37 per cent, while the fatality rate slipped to 3.96 per cent from 4 per cent on Tuesday, the department said. Currently, 7,08,373 people are in home quarantine and 43,315 in institutional quarantine. There are 1,11,801 active cases in the state at present. A total of 14,08,901 people have been tested for coronavirus across the state so far, the department said. Maharashtra''s COVID-19 tally is as follows: Positive cases: 2,75,640; new cases 7,975; deaths: 10,928; discharged 1,52,613; active cases: 1,11,801; people tested so far: 14,08,901. PTI ENM RSY RSY Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Coronavirus: Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju Tells States To Press Restart Button In Hurry IIT Delhi's 'Corosure' Claimed To be World's Most Affordable Covid-19 Test Kit FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule Confirmed: Kick-off Timings Conducive For Viewing In India - Check Details More from Outlook Magazine Ageing Diary Our Talking Heads You Don’t Deal With Failure. Failure Deals With You: Abhishek Bachchan Next Story : 5 substitutes interim rule in soccer extended by 1 year Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-15Covid-19: Maharashtra logs 7,975 new cases; 233 die, 3,606 recover - Times of India
Covid-19: Maharashtra logs 7,975 new cases; 233 die, 3,606 recoverTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateMumbai RainsCovid-19: Maharashtra logs 7,975 new cases; 233 die, 3,606 recoverPTI | Jul 15, 2020, 22:14 ISTRepresentative imageMUMBAI: Maharashtra's Covid-19 tally rose to 2,75,640 on Wednesday with the addition of 7,975 new cases, while 233 more patients succumbed to the disease, 62 of them in Mumbai, taking the death toll to 10,928, the state health department said. A total of 3,606 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the number of recoveries to 1,52,613, it said. As many as 233 patients died due to the viral disease, taking the toll closer to the 11,000-mark at 10,928, the health department said in a release. Of the total deaths, 62 were recorded in Mumbai. In the limits of the Pune, Kalyan-Dombivli and Pimpri-Chinchwad municipal corporations, 31, 15 and 11 deaths, respectively, were reported, it said. Nine patients each lost their lives in areas governed by municipal corporations of Navi Mumbai, Nashik and Jalgaon, the department said. In Ulhasnagar, eight persons succumbed to the disease. Out of the 7,975 new cases, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), including Mumbai city, accounted for the highest 4,140 cases, taking its tally to 1,83,900 and the death toll to 7,665. Of the new infections in the MMR, Mumbai reported 1,374, which increased its total count to 96,474. The financial capitals death toll stood at 5,467. Pune city reported a rise of 1,345 cases; Kalyan- Dombivli 561; Pimpri-Chinchwad 539; Thane 407; Navi Mumbai 376 and Ulhasnagar registered 230 new patients in a day. The recovery rate in the state is 55.37 per cent, while the fatality rate slipped to 3.96 per cent from 4 per cent on Tuesday, the department said. Currently, 7,08,373 people are in home quarantine and 43,315 in institutional quarantine. There are 1,11,801 active cases in the state at present. A total of 14,08,901 people have been tested for coronavirus across the state so far, the department said. Maharashtra's Covid-19 tally is as follows: Positive cases: 2,75,640; new cases 7,975; deaths: 10,928; discharged 1,52,613; active cases: 1,11,801; people tested so far: 14,08,901. 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2020-07-151,981 new COVID-19 cases in Thane, tally crosses 60,000-mark - Outlook India
1,981 new COVID-19 cases in Thane, tally crosses 60,000-mark Outlook July 15, 2020 21:42 IST 1,981 new COVID-19 cases in Thane, tally crosses 60,000-mark outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane,Jul 15 (PTI) As many as 1,981 new coronavirus positive cases were reported in Maharashtra''s Thane on Wednesday, which pushed the district''s tally of patients beyond the 60,000-mark, an official said. The case count now stood at 60,488, he said. With 37 more persons, nine of them from Kalyan township, succumbing to the infection, the death toll in the district went up to 1,726. Kalyan reported 498 more COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, followed by Thane 400 and Navi Mumbai 356. Ulhasnagar township reported 226 cases and Thane rural 204 cases during the day, the official said. Areas under Thane, Kalyan and Navi Mumbai civic limits have reported 14,419, 14,074 and 10,273 positive cases, respectively, so far. Of the 1,726 fatalities, the maximum number of 530 deaths were reported from Thane, followed by Navi Mumbai 318 and Kalyan 216, Mira Bhayander 210. Bhiwandi and Ambernath townships have reported more than 100 deaths each so far. In neighbouring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive patients grew to 10,394 with the addition of 230 cases on Wednesday, a senior district official said. Eleven persons died during the day, which pushed its fatality count to 199, he said. PTI COR NP NP Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website An Ode To The ‘Corona Karmveers’ Lionel Messi's Goals Shortfall Not A Concern For Barcelona Coach Quique Setien 30 Ridiculously Low Number To Look At Efficacy Of A Drug: Prof OC Abraham On Biocon’s Trial More from Outlook Magazine Ageing Diary Our Talking Heads You Don’t Deal With Failure. Failure Deals With You: Abhishek Bachchan Next Story : Seven more COVID-19 deaths in Haryana, 678 fresh cases Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-15Religious head's b'day party, a wedding blamed for community transmission - Mumbai Mirror
WELCOME,My TimesLOGOUTSIGN INWed ,Jul 15, 2020Bangalore Mirror|Ahmedabad Mirror|Pune MirrorHomeCoronavirusMumbaiMumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicAssembly ElectionsOther26/11Operation KhataaraEntertainmentMovie ReviewBollywoodHollywoodTVMusicArt & TheatreBooksVideosPhotosEntertainmentNewsSportsSportsCricketTennisBadmintonOthersFootballOlympicsHockeyIPL 2020ICC WCNewsIndiaWorldBusinessFact CheckOpinionCity ColumnsBlogsPilgrim NationColumnistsThe InformerAsk the SexpertAll Mumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicAssembly ElectionsOther26/11NewsPhotosVideosOperation KhataaraMumbaiMumbai SpeaksCover StoryCrimeCivicOtherEntertainmentMovie ReviewBollywoodHollywoodTVMusicArt & TheatreBooksPhotosEntertainmentNewsSportsSportTennisCricketBadmintonOthersFootballOlympicsHockeyIPL 2020NewsIndiaWorldBusinessFact CheckOpinionCity ColumnsBlogsPilgrim NationColumnistsThe InformerAsk the SexpertOthersThings To DoSunday ReadHealth & LifestyleSci TechLeisureLoksabha ElectionsPhotosVideosVideosTop VideosMumbaiBollywoodViral VideosNewsHoroscopeHome/Mumbai/Civic/Religious headYou are in an offline modeReligious head’s b’day party, a wedding blamed for community transmissionBySharmeen HakimSharmeen Hakim / Updated: Jul 15, 2020, 06:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEPetition in HC seeks action against officials for allowing gatherings during lockdown. A teacher and activist from Ulhasnagar has approached the Bombay High Court attributing the exponential growth of Covid cases to a religious leader’s birthday celebrations during lockdown and subsequent gatherings in the same premises that went unchecked. The town with a population of five lakh has seen coronavirus cases rise from 138 on May 18 to more than 4,400, including 71 deaths, by July 14. A division bench of Justices PB Varale and Milind Jadhav issued notices to the State, Director General Police, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation and Thane Collector while hearing a petition filed by teacher Sarita Khanchandani and NGO Hirali. Khanchandi has further sought action for “dereliction of duties by the authorities concerned who failed to trace those who attended the event despite the availability of CCTV footage and allow gatherings as recent as during Guru Purnima (July 5) celebrations in the same premises go unchecked. Of the 13 people, who tested positive from the Sindhi leader’s birthday celebrations at the Durbar, five were from his own family, including himself and his son, according to the petition. The head’s daughter and a devotee subsequently died in June. The lockdown in Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has been extended to July 22, due to the rise in corona cases. The petition filed through advocate Pravartak Pathak says that despite an FIR having been registered regarding the incident on June 1, after several tweets by the teacher, the police have gone “soft” on the accused. Moreover, contact tracing was not done diligently despite CCTV footage being available, and innumerable corona cases being traced back to the Durbar. As per the dashboard of Ulhasnagar municipal corporation, the number of cases as on May 18, 2020 (a day after the celebrations) was 138. Up to 100 people attended the celebrations, which were followed by a wedding on May 24. The petition alleges that till date, there is no contact-tracing by the investigating agency to control the spread of the virus in the Ulhasnagar municipal corporation area. “From the number of Covid-19 positive cases since May 18, it is evident that there is complete dereliction of duty at the municipal corporation level as well as on the part of the Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar,” the petition says. RELATED NEWSAdvisory not binding, says Bombay High CourtJul 02, 2020Unlock 2.0: Nationwide lockdown extended till July 31Jun 30, 2020Centre extends nationwide lockdown for two more weeks till May 31May 17, 2020 Sofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Bangalore's new charm that you can call home now!Godrej PropertiesExperience Live Search for all the content in the world.QuorNew Vostro 14 5000 series. Get 10% Cashback & moreDell IndiaHow this mom is making money online in this lockdown!Career TimesA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker Up Your Skill Meter with Blockchain Council. Apply& Save 20%Blockchain CouncilDust-off dandruff this monsoon with ayurveda & SAVE 50% OFFmoha:Be a part of legacy. AICTE approved. International immersionIMT- GhaziabadEven our PM recognizes the Importance of Coding Now!CAMP K12I am making Rs.13500/day from home online!Career TimesHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career Times
2020-07-15COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur lead the chart on Wednesday; Ambernath reports 55 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur lead the chart on Wednesday; Ambernath reports 55 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur lead the chart on Wednesday; Ambernath reports 55 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 15, 2020, 21:59 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Sanjay Hadkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday reported 226 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the total number of positive cases in the city climbed to 4,844. Also, 74 patients have succumbed in the city so far, and the total number of recovered patients in the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation limits stands at 2,788. As many as 1,982 persons are currently undergoing treatment in the city. Out of the 226 cases, the maximum of 63 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 46 each in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-5, 43 in Ulhasnagar-1 and 28 in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Badlapur witnessed as many as 89 persons testing positive in the city in the last 24 hours, taking the tally to 1,613. The death toll in the city now stands at 20 while 871 patients have recovered till date. As many as 722 persons are currently being treated, as per Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC). Most of the cases on Tuesday came up in Kharvai, Ganesh Ghat, Datta Chowk, Badlapur Paradise, Ganeshwadi and Gandhi Chowk. The remaining were from Belauli, Shirgaon, Katrap, Yadav Nagar, Rameshwadi, Barrage Road, Salasar Nagar, Hendrepada, Bhonsle Nagar, Shivaji Chowk, Nilkanth Heights, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Manav Garden and Manjarli. Meanwhile, in Ambernath, 55 persons tested positive on Wednesday taking the total to 2,829. So far, 107 patients have died while 2,285 have been successfully treated and discharged, and with that, the number of active cases in the area now stands at 437. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020 New Vostro 14 5000 series. Get 10% Cashback & moreDell IndiaIndustry Synergised BBA Program - 10 Specialisations offeredGEMS B SCHOOLSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Nikhar Aventino: Where Life Finds a New PerspectiveNikhar AventinoEven our PM recognizes the Importance of Coding Now!CAMP K12Bengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily News Cherish your memories with zoomin PhotobookTIMESPOINTSIf everything has a Value, then what about News?QuorBe a part of legacy. AICTE approved. International immersionIMT- GhaziabadHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesDust-off dandruff this monsoon with ayurveda & SAVE 50% OFFmoha:A Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker
2020-07-15Pune district reports 44 deaths in 24 hours - Pune Mirror
Pune district reports 44 deaths in 24 hoursPune district reports 44 deaths in 24 hoursByVicky PathareVicky Pathare / Updated: Jul 15, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeDespite lockdown imposed once again, the habitants of FC Road’s walkways were found huddled together; PIC: MANOJ BIDKARWith 23,738 active cases, the district stands second in state after Thane; 1,263 patients were discharged on Tuesday Pune district reported 44 COVID-19-related deaths on Tuesday, taking the death toll to 1,141. With 1,491 fresh cases, so far 41,326 have tested positive — of which 26,720 have been discharged till date (1,263 recovered on Tuesday). More and more swab samples are now being tested, consequently leading to discovery of more cases. As a result, the city has 9,409 active cases so far of which 513 patients are critical, 198 are on ventilator support (invasive and non-invasive) and 315 patients are in a serious condition. Four months on, more than 1.7 lakh people have been tested, said Dr Ramchandra Hankare, PMC’s health chief. With the continuous rise in number of cases over the last two weeks, Pune district stands second in the state with 23,738 active cases as per the state health department report. Thane has topped the list with 34,006 active cases. The situation in Mumbai is slowly coming under control as it stands third in the state with 22,773 active cases. With increased testing capacity, PMC chief wants to test low-risk contacts as well—Dnyaneshwar Molak, head of tracing team Among the 44 fatalities, a 90-year-old man from Kothrud was the oldest person to succumb to the virus. He was being treated at Bharati Hospital. The patient succumbed to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and COVID-19-positive pneumonia. The patient had no comorbid condition. Another 90-yearold man from Ulhasnagar also passed away at the Bharati Hospital. He died of similar symptoms. A40-year-old man from Ghorpadi Gaon was the youngest fatality. He breathed his last at Sassoon General Hospitals (SGH) after three days of treatment. The cause of death is said to be type-1 respiratory failure with ARDS in bilateral COVID-19-positive pneumonitis. Maharashtra saw 6,741 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. So far, 2,67,665 people have tested positive in the state of which 1.49 lakh have been discharged. There are 1.07 lakh active cases. With 213 new deaths in the state, the toll now stands at 10,695. Low-risk contacts to be tested PMC chief Vikram Kumar has asked officials to check low-risk contacts to curb the escalating virus risk. A fortified survey is to be conducted to reach more than 11-12 high-risk contacts of a patient (which the civic body is able to do at present). The processing of this demand, however, is marred with insufficient number of teams. The available staff is already tracing the contacts. Now, Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited officials are being reached out to bolster the force. Dnyaneshwar Molak, who is heading the contact tracing team, said, “With the rapid antigen testing, the (testing) capacity has increased. So, the commissioner has suggested testing of low-risk contacts as well.” (With inputs from Prachee Kulkarni)Corona fact-check Pune district: 41,326 Discharged in district: 26,720 State: 2,67,665 India: 9,33,450 World: 1,33,12,391 RELATED NEWSIn 72 hours, 237 personnel of Maharashtra Police test COVID-19 positi...Jul 04, 2020Passengers on SpiceJet flight to Guwahati test Covid-19 positiveMay 28, 2020Maharashtra minister Ashok Chavan tests Covid-19 positiveMay 25, 2020 Sofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Bangalore's new charm that you can call home now!Godrej PropertiesUp Your Skill Meter with Blockchain Council. Apply& Save 20%Blockchain CouncilExperience Live Search for all the content in the world.QuorGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell India12 Celebrities Who Lost It All and Now Work Regular JobsNewscityhub Anupam Kher’s 4 family members test positive for covid-19Pune MirrorYCMH’s new ICUs cannot operate for want of nursesPune MirrorStarvation kills eight street dogs in AkurdiPune Mirror This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily NewsMillionaire Mom from Bengaluru Exposes Easy 3 Step Secret to Work from HomeDaily NewsBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes How to Make Lakhs Per Month from HomeDaily NewsA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speakerTake (1) Cup of This (Before Bed) & Flush Away Your Belly Fat!Body Secret Revelation Pune district reports 44 deaths in 24 hoursPune MirrorTwo brothers from Wagholi donate land for a drainpipePune MirrorBJP’s Ram Madhav, Jitendra Singh in self-quarantinePune Mirror
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2020-07-15City crosses 2k Covid cases, 15th among 27 state cities - Times of India
City crosses 2k Covid cases, 15th among 27 state citiesCity crosses 2k Covid cases, 15th among 27 state citiesAnjaya Anparthi | TNN | Jul 16, 2020, 04:53 ISTNagpur: Though third in state as far as population is concerned, the city is 15th among 27 municipal corporations to cross 2,000 Covid-19 cases. Mominpura has become the second locality in the city to breach 400-cases mark.Data provided by District Information Office shows the number of corona positive cases in the district increased to 2,571, of which 2,022 are from NMC limits, 459 from Nagpur Rural and 90 from other districts and states.The situation in the city is better compared to other cities in the state due to Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) mass quarantine and testing model; and various innovative measures planned and implemented by team led by municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe, Dr Yogendra Savai, Dr Praveen Gantawar, Dr Minakshi Mane, Dr Khwaja Moinuddin and others.However, the city that registered first 1,000 cases in 102 days, saw the latest 1,000 in just 25 days after easing of lockdown.The number of cases in 14 other municipal corporations are a lot more. Mumbai has 96,474 cases followed by Pune 32,096, Kalyan-Dombivali 16,071, Thane 15,821, Navi Mumbai 11,719, Vasai-Virar 8,473, Pimpri-Chinchwad 7,895, Aurangabad 6,688, Mira-Bhayandar 6,436, Ulhasnagar 5,055, Panvel 4,696, Nashik 4,851, Solapur 3,550 and Bhivandi-Nizampur 3,110.In Nagpur, cases have crossed 2,000 mark due to four hotspots Naik Talao-Bangladesh with 413, Mominpura 402, Central Jail 319 and Satranjipura 138.Though cases in Naik Talao-Bangladesh started after Satranjipura and Mominpura, it breached 400-mark on July 10. Four positive cases were registered from Mominpura on Wednesday taking it’s total to 402. Mominpura was containment zone since April 4. Also, the civic body had curtailed many areas and made mini containment zones last month. Still, cases continue to come from this area every day.Other localities in the city have less than 50 cases.The city has recorded 22 deaths as on Wednesday for a mortality rate of 1.08%, which is better than other municipal corporations in state.However, civic chief Tukaram Mundhe has warned of reimposing full lockdown in the city if violations of Covid-19 guidelines continue. Mayor Sandip Joshi is not in favour of full lockdown and kicked-off awareness drive urging people to follow guidelines so as to prevent full lockdown.The city is equipped with mass medical facilities as far as testing, quarantine centres and isolation wards are concerned. 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2020-07-14Maharashtra: Opposition leaders express concern over growing Covid-19 cases in state - All India Radio
Maharashtra: Opposition leaders express concern over growing Covid-19 cases in state AIR In Maharashtra, leader of opposition in legislative assembly Devendra Fadnavis and leader of opposition in legislative council Praveen Darekar have written a letter to the Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray expressing concern over the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the state. Both the leaders have concluded their statewide tour and have come out with various suggestions after reviewing situation at different places.   AIR correspondent reports that Leader of opposition in legislative assembly of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis and leader of opposition in legislative council  of the state Praveen Darekar recently visited areas falling in the jurisdiction of almost all the  prominent civic bodies like Thane, Bhivandi, Panvel, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Nagpur among others.   They have suggested that the government should make proper arrangements of beds, oxygen, and ventilators for the civic bodies according to their grades as there is a shortage of these facilities including ambulances. They have pointed out towards the lack of facilities in makeshift COVID centres. They have raised questions about BMC’s approach while registering deaths of Covid and non covid patients.  Both the leaders have expressed concern about heavy bills being charged by private hospitals in the state and requested the Chief Minister to hold a meeting in person for  taking the s directly from them.      Related News Maharashtra records 6,497 fresh coronavirus cases, taking tally to 2,60,924 Maharashtra government releases guidelines for Ganesh Utsav pandals Maharashtra govt to cap pricing of masks and sanitizers Maharashtra records single-day spike of 6,555 new COVID-19 cases; tally at 2,06,619 Maharashtra re-imposes lockdown in Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad region from midnight today till July 23 Maharashtra govt planning to set up sample testing laboratories in all districts, says CM Uddhav Thackeray Maharashtra: COVID-19 cases in Aurangabad mounted 6730 Decision on reopening hotels in Maharashtra will be taken soon: CM Lockdown being re-imposed in Maharashtra Maharashtra Guv. Koshyari clarifies he has no signs or symptoms of virus; 16 COVID-19 positive Raj Bhawan members put in quarantine Live Twitter Feed Tweets by airnewsalerts Listen News English Morning News 14 (Jul) Midday News 13 (Jul) Evening News 13 (Jul) Hourly 14 (Jul) (0610hrs) हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात 14 (Jul) दोपहर समाचार 13 (Jul) समाचार संध्या 13 (Jul) प्रति घंटा समाचार 14 (Jul) (0600hrs) ارد و Khabarnama (Mor) 14 (Jul) Khabrein(Day) 13 (Jul) Khabrein(Eve) 13 (Jul) News Magazine (Hindi/English) Aaj Savere 14 (Jul) Parikrama 13 (Jul)  Read News English MORNING NEWS MIDDAY NEWS EVENING NEWS हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात दोपहर समाचार समाचार संध्या News Magazine (Hindi/English) Aaj Savere Parikrama Listen Programs Daily Broadcast Market Mantra 13 (Jul) Samayki 13 (Jul) Sports Scan 23 (Mar) Spotlight/News Analysis 13 (Jul) Samachar Darshan 22 (Mar) Radio Newsreel 21 (Mar) Weekly Broadcast Public Speak Country wide 12 (Mar) Surkhiyon Mein 13 (Jul) Charcha Ka Vishai Ha 11 (Mar) Vaad-Samvaad 17 (Mar) Money Talk 17 (Mar) Current Affairs 6 (Mar) Sanskrit Saptahiki 12 (Jul) Special Programs Special Programs Janadesh 2019 Digital Programs Money Matters 22 (Mar) International News 22 (Mar) Press Review 23 (Mar) From the States 23 (Mar) Let's Connect 22 (Mar) 360°- Ek Parivesh 23 (Mar) Know Your Constitution 30 (Jan) Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat 22 (Mar) Sanskriti Darshan 23 (Mar) Fit India New India 23 (Mar) Weather Report 21 (Mar) North East Diaries 22 (Mar) 150 Years of Bapu 22 (Mar) Sector Specific Discussions 22 (Mar) Counting Day Special Program    What's New Tenders Circulars RTI Replies RTI News Schedule Vacancies Contact Us Akashwani Annual Awards About Us Citizens Charter Citizens Charter In Hindi AIR Code News Services Division News Policy for Broadcast Media Feedback Related Sites Ministry of I & B Press Information Bureau DAVP National Portal Of India Regional Units Details RNU NON RNU PTC Details Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Policy for Contractual Engagements AIR DD News Press Release Connect With Us Site Maintained by: Website Cell, NSD and IT Division, Prasar Bharati, New Delhi, India. Website Policy   
2020-07-14COVID-19: 1,158 new cases in Mumbai; 1 lakh patients under treatment in Maharashtra - Mid-day
With the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) continuing to report a large number of COVID-19 cases daily, nearly 6,500 fresh cases were added to the state's tally on Monday taking the total account to 2.6 lakh, of which 1 lakh are currently undergoing treatment. With a mortality rate of 4.02 per cent, another 193 deaths were reported in the state and 47 of those happened in Mumbai. State health department officials said 1,158 new cases were reported in Mumbai, 662 in Thane and 494 in the Kalyan-Dombivli region. On Monday, 4,182 patients were discharged and the recovery rate of the state now stands at 55.38 per cent. Civic officials said that Mumbai's recovery rate stands at 70 per cent and the doubling rate of cases is now 51 days. Barring Mumbai, 28 deaths were reported in Thane, 25 in Pune, 18 in Kalyan-Dombivli, 10 in Nashik, eight in Jalgaon, seven each in Solapur and Navi Mumbai, six in Vasai-Virar, five each in Pimpri-Chinchwad and Panvel, four in Bhiwandi, three each in Aurangabad, Sangli and Osmanabad, two each in Ulhasnagar, Dhule, Latur, Ahmednagar and Akola and one each in Bhandara, Nagpur, Washim and Amravati. Civic officials said all 47 deaths in Mumbai occurred in the last 48 hours and while 37 of them were suffering from other ailments, 28 deaths involved patients who were senior citizens. According to the civic body, the average daily growth rate of cases in the city now stands at 1.36 per cent. Currently, 11 administrative wards have a cases growth rate higher than the city's average and R Central has the highest rate of 2.5 per cent. Six administrative wards have more than 300 COVID-related deaths each led by G North ward with 404 deaths. G North ward continues to have new cases, including six cases in Dharavi, 19 in Dadar and 13 in Mahim. Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Tags lockdownCoronavirusmaharashtramumbaimumbai news Mumbai Khabar: 24 Raj Bhavan employees test COVID-19 positive, Maharashtra Governor to self-isolate Related News Doctor with Indian boxing team tests positive for COVID-19 27-year-old man sets himself on fire after police seize his bike during lockdown Mumbai Police's witty post on how to maintain social distance is epic Top Stories COVID-19: Mumbai needs 10,000 doses of life-saving injections per day Rakesh Wadhawan tests COVID-19 positive; five accused quarantined Breathe: Into the shadows Web Series Review: 'Breathe 2 slow bro' Mumbai: 120 BEST double decker buses to hit the roads Sara Ali Khan's driver tests positive for COVID-19 It's a girl! Ambati Rayudu, wife Chennupalli Vidya welcome first child 'Oxymeters used are not being sanitised,' says Thane-based activist Loading... Recommended Videos Malaika Arora gives major Monday Motivation, reveals she can sing! Parth and Balaji Telefilms' creative head test COVID-19 positive 'Online Darshan' for this year's Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai COVID-19 Case Update Latest News Glee actor Naya Rivera's body found, days after going missing Simone Biles confirms split with boyfriend Stacy Ervin: It was for the best The fashion industry would be ruled by a new giant soon called WeIN Rupali Ganguly: After I gave birth, my body changed, didn't step out of the house Hindi News Health Education Nai Dunia Inext Her Zindagi Radio City Gujarati News Urdu News Mid-Day Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Android Telegram Subscribe Sunday mid-day Subscription Ad Booking About Us Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Authors Sitemap RSS Copyright © 2020 Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd. All Rights Reserved. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK
2020-07-143,000 lockdown violation cases registered in Thane since March - Hindustan Times
2020-07-14Maharashtra Covid-19 tally rises by 6,741 to 2,67,665; toll 10,695 - Hindustan Times
2020-07-14KDMC to get lab for 3k tests a day, results in 12 hours - Times of India
KDMC to get lab for 3k tests a day, results in 12 hoursTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCoronavirus in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona CasesMumbai RainsKDMC to get lab for 3k tests a day, results in 12 hoursTNN | Jul 15, 2020, 04:37 ISTKalyan: Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) will get its own testing laboratory at Gauripada with a capacity for 3,000 tests a day. Lok Sabha MP Dr Shrikant Shinde and mayor Vinita Rane on Tuesday visited the laboratory to inspect work area in Kalyan. Dr Shinde said the lab was set up by KDMC on PPP basis with Krishna Diagnostic Laboratory at a civic reserved plot and it is expected to operate after a nod from National Accreditation Board for Testing Calibration Laboratories (NABL) in a week. It will benefit neighbouring civic bodies in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur. KDMC commissioner Dr Vijay Suryawanshi said results will come in 12 hours and treatment can start soon. He said, “Our health teams collect swab samples of suspects, which they send to Mumbai laboratories, which take take up to three days to give results.” KDMC sources said its services will be free for patients at civic-run Covid hospitals, while for others, it will be as per government rates. The twin cities on Tuesday reported 336 patients and nine deaths, taking the total to 13,576, including 207 deaths. Also, 527 patients were discharged, taking the total to 6,936. 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2020-07-146,741 fresh cases up state tally to 267,665 - Hindustan Times
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2020-07-14COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar tally climbs to 4,618; Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar tally climbs to 4,618; Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar tally climbs to 4,618; Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 14, 2020, 21:06 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 193 cases on Tuesday and with that the total number of positive cases in the city climbed to 4,618. So far, 71 patients have succumbed in the region while 2,622 have been cured and discharged, as per the latest data provided by Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. At present, 1,925 persons are undergoing treatment in and around the city. Out of 174 cases, the maximum number of 55 cases were reported from Ulhasnagar-4, while 46 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3. Ulhasnagar-5 reported 38 cases, Ulhasnagar-1 reported 37 cases each, while the least number of persons (12) contracted the virus in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Badlapur witnessed as many as 47 persons testing positive in the city in the last 24 hours, taking the tally to 1,524. The death toll in the city now stands at 20 while 801 patients have recovered till date. As many as 703 persons are currently being treated, as per Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC). Most of the cases on Tuesday came up in Shiv Saraswati Darshan, Netaji Subhash Nagar, Deepali Park and Katrap. The remaining were from Manjarli, Aptewadi, Belauli, Sambhaji Nagar, Kharvai, Aagaraali, Ranjan Society, Hendrepada, Barrage Road, Ganesh Nagar and Jadhav Colony. Meanwhile, in Ambernath, 49 persons tested positive on Tuesday taking the total to 2,774. So far, 106 patients have died while 2,234 have been successfully treated and discharged, and with that, the number of active cases in the area now stands at 434. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020 This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesNikhar Aventino: Super Loaded with Amenities and LuxuryNikhar AventinoAYURVEDIC GARGLE FOR PAIN AND INFECTION-FREE THROATKOFOLNew Tata Tigor. Book @ EMI of ₹5,999*Tata TigorA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speakerTake (1) Cup of This (Before Bed) & Flush Away Your Belly Fat!Body Secret Revelation ALL YOU NEED, ALL IN ONE PLACEDell IndiaThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesSafety just a click away.The Volvo XC90Start losing upo 5 kilos in 2 weeks. Know MoreNutra Slim2 /3 BHK smart homes at Bangalore airport with 25+ amenitiesPurva Zenium - Next Generation HomeBengaluru Millionaire Mom Exposes Lakhs Per Month Secret Anyone Can DoDaily News
2020-07-14Kalyan’s Covid lab to conduct 3,000 tests a day, starting next week - Hindustan Times
2020-07-14Maha COVID-19 tally rises by 6,741 to 2,67,665; toll 10,695 - Outlook India
Maha COVID-19 tally rises by 6,741 to 2,67,665; toll 10,695 Outlook July 14, 2020 20:51 IST Maha COVID-19 tally rises by 6,741 to 2,67,665; toll 10,695 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 (Eds: with additional details) Mumbai, Jul 14 (PTI) Maharashtra''s COVID-19 tally jumped to 2,67,665 on Tuesday with the addition of 6,741 fresh cases while 213 more patients succumbed to the infection, including 70 in Mumbai, taking the state''s fatality count to 10,695, Health department said. A total of 4,500 patients were discharged from hospitals during the day, taking the number of recovered cases to 1,49,007, it said. The recovery rate in the state is 55.67 per cent, while the fatality rate is 4 per cent, the department said. The state now has 1,07,665 active cases. Mumbai reported 954 cases in the day, taking its total count to 95,100 while the death toll has gone up by 70 to 5,405. Apart from Mumbai, 15 fatalities were reported each from the limits of the Thane Municipal Corporation and rest of the district while 12 patients died in areas under the Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Corporation, which are parts of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). Vasai-Virar belt and Navi Mumbai, which also fall under the MMR, each reported 8 deaths, the department said. From other parts of the state, 10 fatalities occurred in Pune city, 9 in Pimpri-Chinchwad township and 7 in Jalgaon district (barring Jalgaon city), it said. The MMR, including Mumbai city, accounted for the highest 2,893 cases in the total 6,741 new cases on Tuesday. The number of cases in the MMR now stands at 1,79,760 and the death toll at 7,543. Pune city reported a rise of 1,139 cases in the day, followed by Pimpri-Chinchwad (541), Kalyan-Dombivali (405), Thane (304), Nashik (266), Navi Mumbai (258) and Ulhasnagar (210) cases. Currently, 6,98,854 people are in home quarantine and 42,350 in institutional quarantine in the state. A total of 13,72,939 people have been tested in the state so far, it said. Maharashtra''s COVID-19 tally is as follows: Positive cases 2,67,665, new cases 6,741, deaths 10,695, discharged 1,49,007, active cases 1,07,665, people tested so far 13,72,939. 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 FFP Is Gone, UEFA Should 'Open The Circus', Says Jose Mourinho Manchester City Were Damaged - Defiant Pep Guardiola Hits Back At Critics After CAS Verdict Black Community Has To Endure Much More Racism In UK Than South Asian Diaspora: Monty Panesar More from Outlook Magazine Ageing Diary Our Talking Heads You Don’t Deal With Failure. Failure Deals With You: Abhishek Bachchan Next Story : About 29 pc of urban Indian businesses accept UPI/e-wallets: Kantar report Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-14Maharashtra: Opposition leaders express concern over growing Covid-19 cases in state - All India Radio
Maharashtra: Opposition leaders express concern over growing Covid-19 cases in state AIR In Maharashtra, leader of opposition in legislative assembly Devendra Fadnavis and leader of opposition in legislative council Praveen Darekar have written a letter to the Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray expressing concern over the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the state. Both the leaders have concluded their statewide tour and have come out with various suggestions after reviewing situation at different places.   AIR correspondent reports that Leader of opposition in legislative assembly of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis and leader of opposition in legislative council  of the state Praveen Darekar recently visited areas falling in the jurisdiction of almost all the  prominent civic bodies like Thane, Bhivandi, Panvel, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Nagpur among others.   They have suggested that the government should make proper arrangements of beds, oxygen, and ventilators for the civic bodies according to their grades as there is a shortage of these facilities including ambulances. They have pointed out towards the lack of facilities in makeshift COVID centres. They have raised questions about BMC’s approach while registering deaths of Covid and non covid patients.  Both the leaders have expressed concern about heavy bills being charged by private hospitals in the state and requested the Chief Minister to hold a meeting in person for  taking the s directly from them.      Related News Maharashtra government releases guidelines for Ganesh Utsav pandals Maharashtra govt to cap pricing of masks and sanitizers Locust control operations carried out in Rajasthan, MP, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Haryana & Bihar Maharashtra: Lockdown re-imposed in Pune, Pimpri- Chinchwad region till 23rd July Maharashtra records single-day spike of 6,555 new COVID-19 cases; tally at 2,06,619 Maharashtra records 6,497 fresh coronavirus cases, taking tally to 2,60,924 Maharashtra: COVID-19 cases in Aurangabad mounted 6730 Lockdown being re-imposed in Maharashtra Decision on reopening hotels in Maharashtra will be taken soon: CM Maharashtra re-imposes lockdown in Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad region from midnight today till July 23 Live Twitter Feed Tweets by airnewsalerts Listen News English Morning News 14 (Jul) Midday News 14 (Jul) Evening News 14 (Jul) Hourly 14 (Jul) (1800hrs) हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात 14 (Jul) दोपहर समाचार 14 (Jul) समाचार संध्या 14 (Jul) प्रति घंटा समाचार 14 (Jul) (2200hrs) ارد و Khabarnama (Mor) 14 (Jul) Khabrein(Day) 14 (Jul) Khabrein(Eve) 14 (Jul) News Magazine (Hindi/English) Aaj Savere 14 (Jul) Parikrama 14 (Jul)  Read News English MORNING NEWS MIDDAY NEWS EVENING NEWS हिन्दी समाचार प्रभात दोपहर समाचार समाचार संध्या News Magazine (Hindi/English) Aaj Savere Parikrama Listen Programs Daily Broadcast Market Mantra 14 (Jul) Samayki 14 (Jul) Sports Scan 23 (Mar) Spotlight/News Analysis 14 (Jul) Samachar Darshan 22 (Mar) Radio Newsreel 21 (Mar) Weekly Broadcast Public Speak Country wide 12 (Mar) Surkhiyon Mein 14 (Jul) Charcha Ka Vishai Ha 11 (Mar) Vaad-Samvaad 17 (Mar) Money Talk 17 (Mar) Current Affairs 6 (Mar) Sanskrit Saptahiki 12 (Jul) Special Programs Special Programs Janadesh 2019 Digital Programs Money Matters 22 (Mar) International News 22 (Mar) Press Review 23 (Mar) From the States 23 (Mar) Let's Connect 22 (Mar) 360°- Ek Parivesh 23 (Mar) Know Your Constitution 30 (Jan) Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat 22 (Mar) Sanskriti Darshan 23 (Mar) Fit India New India 23 (Mar) Weather Report 21 (Mar) North East Diaries 22 (Mar) 150 Years of Bapu 22 (Mar) Sector Specific Discussions 22 (Mar) Counting Day Special Program    What's New Tenders Circulars RTI Replies RTI News Schedule Vacancies Contact Us Akashwani Annual Awards About Us Citizens Charter Citizens Charter In Hindi AIR Code News Services Division News Policy for Broadcast Media Feedback Related Sites Ministry of I & B Press Information Bureau DAVP National Portal Of India Regional Units Details RNU NON RNU PTC Details Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Prasar Bharati Policy for Contractual Engagements AIR DD News Press Release Connect With Us Site Maintained by: Website Cell, NSD and IT Division, Prasar Bharati, New Delhi, India. Website Policy   
2020-07-14Navi Mumbai’s Civic Commissioner Replaced by IAS Abhijit Bangar - Mumbai Live
Navi Mumbai’s Civic Commissioner Replaced by IAS Abhijit BangarNavi Mumbai’s Civic Commissioner Replaced by IAS Abhijit BangarBy Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESAdvertisementThe Maharashtra State Government has just replaced Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) Commissioner Annasaheb Misal with Abhijit Bangar. Misal has been criticized as the coronavirus infections in Navi Mumbai has been rising with the positive cases now crossing 11,000. He took over from Ramaswamy N as the NMMC Commissioner in July 2019.Meanwhile, Bangar took charge of his post as the Commissioner of the NMMC today (July 14). The State Government previously issued a transfer order for Misal, although it was later withdrawn. Also read - New Municipal Commissioners Appointed In Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Mira-BhayandarAs for Bangar, he is an IAS officer belonging to the 2008 batch and was serving as the Additional Commissioner of the Nagpur Division and has previously worked as the Chief of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) for just over a year.It is alleged that Misal’s transfer order was halted due to political pressure, though there’s no evidence of this as of yet. As for Bangar, he is known for having confrontations with politicians as well as elected representatives, which is usually the hallmark of a good officer. Navi Mumbai was in a complete lockdown over the past 10 days, though cases have not really subsided. Perhaps a different strategy to combat the virus is the need of the hour for the residents of Navi Mumbai to safely reopen again. There’s some good news coming from Dharavi where the active cases have now gone below 100 as it reported six new COVID-19 cases as of today. This is clearly a good news story for the region considering that Mumbai recorded a total of 1,158 fresh cases in the same timeframe. Also Read - 'COVID-19 War Room' To Be Set Up At NMMCRELATED TOPICSDharaviNavi MumbaiCoronavirusCOVID-19  Loading next story...Latest NewsAirtel Partners With BlueJeans to Offer India-Centric Video Conferencing ServiceNavi Mumbai’s Civic Commissioner Replaced by IAS Abhijit BangarPMC Bank Scam's Main Accused Rakesh Wadhawan's Appeal Against Bankruptcy Court Order RejectedNavi Mumbai Observes Surge In Covid-19 Patients, Marks 60 Percent Recovery RateDharavi Model: Success story of the police in 'Dharavi Pattern'Mumbai Rains: IMD issues orange alert for Mumbai, Thane and PalgharAdvertisementCivicNavi Mumbai’s Civic Commissioner Replaced by IAS Abhijit BangarNavi Mumbai Observes Surge In Covid-19 Patients, Marks 60 Percent Recovery RateDharavi Model: Success story of the police in 'Dharavi Pattern'Mumbai Rains: IMD issues orange alert for Mumbai, Thane and PalgharCBSE to Announce 2020 Class 10 Results on July 15 via its websiteSERO survey conducted in Dahisar 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)
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2020-07-13COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports highest single-day spike followed by Badlapur; Ambernath sees a dro - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports highest single-day spike followed by Badlapur; Ambernath sees a dropYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports highest single-day spike followed by Badlapur; Ambernath sees a dropWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 13, 2020, 22:15 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo:AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Monday reported 225 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 4,425. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 71 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 2,474 have recovered. Out of the 225 cases, the maximum number of 59 cases each came up in Ulhasnagar-3 followed by 57 in Ulhasnagar-4, 39 in Ulhasnagar-5, 36 in Ulhasnagar-2 and 34 in Ulhasnagar-1. At present, 1,880 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 84 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 1,477 with 20 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council (KBMC), so far, 801 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 656. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Sonivali, Sonam Paradise, Panvelkar Montana, Rameshwadi, Shirgaon and Manjarli, while the remaining were from Avantinagar, Katrap, Yadav Nagar, Belauli, Barrage Road, Jadhav Colony and Aptewadi. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 51 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday and the case count has now climbed to 2,724, along with 105 fatalities. As many as 2,163 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Council now stands at 434. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 2020 Monsoon Magic Offer: SAVE FLAT 50% OFF on face essentialsmoha:This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesBook a Star Online and unlock special offers from Wishbox.The Mercedes-Benz C-ClassALL YOU NEED, ALL IN ONE PLACEDell IndiaHow can you improve your economic competence all by yourselfBinomoThis man is making money online in this lockdown!Career Times Why visitor management is important for your workplace.VizitorWant newspaper delivered to your home?Visit Wantmypaper.comTOI Want My PaperBengaluru 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 News12 Celebrities Who Lost It All and Now Work Regular JobsNewscityhub
2020-07-13Private doctors extend support to Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Ambernath civic bodies to fight COVID - Mumbai Mirror
Private doctors extend support to Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Ambernath civic bodies to fight COVID-19You are in an offline modePrivate doctors extend support to Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Ambernath civic bodies to fight COVID-19ByKamal MishraKamal Mishra / Updated: Jul 13, 2020, 15:39 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeMembers of Jan Kalyan Samiti conduct door to door surveys in DombivaliOver 200 private doctors affiliated with different associations are now working round the clock with the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) in the ongoing fight against coronavirus. Apart from that, several other institutions and NGOs have also come forward to assist the KDMC in this fight. "The health infrastructure is not very good in Kalyan and Dombivali. There are only two municipal hospitals with 100 beds, no ICU set-up, or any specialists or physicians. As coronavirus cases spiked, many people went to Kasturba Hospital in Mumbai, but after a while, they stopped accepting patients from here as their own load increased. So we decided to start working with the KDMC," said Dr Prashant Patil, the Secretary of Indian Medical Association (IMA) Kalyan, adding that most of the fever clinics of the KDMC area are operated by private doctors affiliated with the Kalyan Doctors Army. There are only two state-run medical institutions in the region, catering to a population of 18 lakh. Since the pandemic struck, Shastri Nagar General Hospital solely treats COVID patients — the other, Rukmani Bai Hospital, is for non-COVID patients. Untitled Carousel Lockdown continues in 3 civic bodies of Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Mira-BhayandarKalyan-Dombivali, Thane will be under lockdown till July 19, Mira-Bhayandar till July 18: Municipalities. "To ease this stress and pressure on Municipal hospitals, Municipal commissioner Dr Vijay Suryawanshi called me and asked for help in March," Dr Patil added. On March 18, they decided to work under the Kalyan Doctors Army with the slogan, 'We will march together, we will win together.' Members of the Kalyan Doctors Army also started attending 'Fever OPD' set up by the KDMC at different locations. Praising the efforts of the members of the Kalyan Doctors Army, Suryavanshi said that apart from them, over 80 members of Jan Kalyan Samiti are also helping the civic body to screen the residents of the red zone areas of KDMC. Members of Kalyan Doctors Army KDMC has identified over 60 areas of its jurisdiction from where over 70 percent of positive cases have been recorded and decided to once again screen the all residents of these areas. As of now, door to door surveys of areas falling under the red zones are going on. "Members of this Samiti are conducting door to door surveys and recording the oxygen level and temperature of the residents. If anyone is found symptomatic they inform us and our health team immediately attends the person, following which antigen test of said person (suspect) is done," said Suryavanshi. Apart from that, KDMC officials also praised the Jondhale group, Patidar Samaj for providing space for the COVID Care Center. "Many of our relatives and friends are struggling to get a bed for COVID patients. Considering this, we decided to handover our campus, 49 classrooms, and a huge hall in Dombivali for COVID-19 patients," said Sagar Jondhle, the Director of Jodhale Group. Sagar had filed a PIL in the High Court on March 15 for the amendment and modification of the Epidemic Disease Act, 1897. "I was the first person to file a PIL before the HC on the issues related to COVID-19. Based on my PIL, holidays were given to schools and colleges," said Sagar. Ulhasnagar COVID Warriors A team of private doctors are also helping Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) to treat COVID patients. According to Yuvraj Badhane, Public Relations Officer of UMC, the situation in Ulhasnagar would have been more critical if the doctors would not have come forward to assist. Untitled Carousel COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness sudden spikes; Ambernath sees a downward trendUlhasnagar on Friday reported 195 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 3,619. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 82 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 1,276 with 20 deaths. Ambernath saw 47 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday and the case count has now climbed to 2,475, along with 80 fatalities. "From April 15 there has been no looking back. We are occupied the entire day as we have to manage our own hospitals and also take rounds at COVID Hospitals and COVID Care Centres. Our personal lives have become zero. We don't have any fixed timings for lunch and dinner. We don't get enough sleep at night," said Dr Rajesh Kukreja, one of the members of the private doctors' team. Citizens help Ambernath Municipal Council to set up COVID Care Center Beds donated by Dr Bakhshi to COVID Care Center of Ambernath Over 50 organizations and individuals have come together and helped Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC) to set up a COVID care center of 700 beds in Ambernath. Currently, over 280 patients are in this COVID care center. According to Rajesh Tadavi, an engineer of the PWD development of Ambernath, over Rs 1.5 crore expanded on the set up of this center. Out of this, materials of around Rs 80 lakh have been donated by different citizens groups. "With the help of these citizens groups, we completed the work of setting up the center within 3 weeks. The work began on March 29 and was completed on June 20," Tadavi added. Untitled Carousel Kalyan: Negative patient gets COVID treatment for two days; pharmacist detects goof-upA goof-up involving a hospital and a testing laboratory caused untold stress and trauma to a patient and her family in Kalyan. Ajay Sawant, a resident of Aadharwadi in Kalyan West, has complained to civic and police officials that his sister, despite testing negative, was admitted to a Covid care hospital and given costlier drugs such as RELATED NEWS10-day total lockdown in Thane city, Mira-Bhayandar and Kalyan-Dombiv...Jul 01, 2020Kalyan-Dombivli report highest single-day spike in COVID-19 cases; 10...Jun 30, 2020Kalyan Dombivali: List of private and government COVID-19 Hospitals a...Jun 12, 2020 ALL YOU NEED, ALL IN ONE PLACEDell IndiaEFFECTIVE, SAFE & CONVINIENT COUGH CARE SOLUTION FOR FAMILYKOFOLBangalore's new charm that you can call home now!Godrej PropertiesThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown 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 Revelation Why visitor management is important for your workplace.VizitorBe a part of legacy. AICTE approved. 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2020-07-13Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 - Devdiscourse
Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 57,004 on Monday as 1,700 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while 35 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,651, an official said. Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively," the official said. In neighbouring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive cases stood at 9,733, including 181 deaths.. PTI | Thane | Updated: 13-07-2020 22:17 IST | Created: 13-07-2020 22:03 IST Representative image Image Credit: ANI The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 57,004 on Monday as 1,700 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while 35 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,651, an official said. Mira Bhayander is one short of reaching the 200-mark in deaths while Kalyan is at 198, he added. "Thane city's COVID-19 tally rose by 333 to reach 13,675 while Kalyan's tally increased by 427 to touch 13,240. Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively," the official said. In neighboring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive cases stood at 9,733, including 181 deaths. 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2020-07-13COVID-19 July 13 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 6,497 cases on Monday; over 65,000 patients recover in - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 July 13 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 6,497 cases on Monday; over 65,000 patients recover in MumbaiYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 July 13 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 6,497 cases on Monday; over 65,000 patients recover in MumbaiWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 13, 2020, 23:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageMumbai: Maharashtra recorded 6,497 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 2,60,924. Also, 193 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to pandemic in the state to 10,482 and the fatality rate to 4.02 per cent, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of July 13 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and the rest of the country: Mumbai tally climbs to 93,894 Mumbai on Monday reported 1,174 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the case count of the Maximum City climbed to 93,894. Also, 47 patients succumbed to the virus taking the death toll to 5,332. On a brighter note, 65,622 patients have recovered till date and the number of active cases in the city is now pitched at 22,939. Dharavi reports six new Covid-19 cases Asia's largest slum, Dharavi, which was once a hotspot for the coronavirus infection has recorded just six COVID-19 positive cases in the last 24 hours. There are 2,381 positive cases and 96 active cases at present in Dharavi. According to the latest information shared by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), 19 persons tested positive for coronavirus in Dadar in the last 24 hours. The nearby Mahim area reported 13 new coronavirus cases. Mumbai builder who fed six lakh needy dies of Covid-19 A 65-year-old builder from Ghatkopar died of COVID-19 on Saturday at Somaiya Hospital. Dinesh Shah, suspected to have contracted the virus while distributing meals during the lockdown, is survived by his wife, son, daughter-in-law, and grandson. Shah, owner of Swastik Builders, fed around 6 lakh poor people on behalf of the Lions club, said his friends. Glenmark cuts COVID-19 drug Favipiravir price by 27 per cent Glenmark Pharmaceuticals said on Monday it has cut the price of its anti-viral drug Favipiravir under the brand name FabiFlu for treatment of patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 by 27 per cent to Rs 75 per tablet. Last month, it had launched FabiFlu at a price of Rs 103 per tablet. Mira Bhayandar: Geeta Jain files complaint against fake audio clip on COVID-19 For the past few days, a fake audio clip mimicking the voice of Geeta Jain, an independent member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) of Mira-Bhayandar, has been doing the rounds on social media. In the audio, a woman is heard dishing out misleading advice on how to deal with coronavirus without consulting doctors or visiting medical facilities. However, clearing the air about the audio, Jain released a video on social media and alerted citizens about the fake news. Read more Private doctors extend support to Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Ambernath civic bodies to fight COVID-19 Over 200 private doctors affiliated with different associations are now working round the clock with the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) in the ongoing fight against coronavirus. Apart from that, several other institutions and NGOs have also come forward to assist the KDMC in this fight. 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2020-07-13Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 - Business Insider India
Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35PTIJul 13, 2020, 22:04 ISTThane, Jul 13 () The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 57,004 on Monday as 1,700 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while 35 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,651, an official said. Mira Bhayander is one short of reaching the 200-mark in deaths while Kalyan is at 198, he added. "Thane city's COVID-19 tally rose by 333 to reach 13,675 while Kalyan's tally increased by 427 to touch 13,240. Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively," the official said. In neighbouring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive cases stood at 9,733, including 181 deaths. COR BNM BNM {{}} (This story has not been edited by Business Insider and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed we subscribe to.)Next Story2 more COVID-19 deaths, 71 fresh cases in U'khandPopular on BI1Amazon reportedly invested in startups and gained proprietary information before launching competitors, often crushing the smaller companies in the process2WFH effect – These companies are paying for employees' power bills, internet cost and more3Record number of COVID-19 cases reported to the World Health Organization in the past 24 hoursLatest Stories Azim Premji’s biography announced — here’s all you need to know about it Saudi Aramco, Exxon Mobil and others plans have till July 31 to bid for 52% stake in BPCL Hand sanitisers may protect you from COVID germs but could lead to skin problems determines new study ICICI Bank's gross bad loans drop to the lowest in 5 years 85 lakh Infosys shares sold for a whopping ₹777 crore by company co-founder SD Shibulal’s family Trending NewsInterstate TravelChinese AppsSpice JetPM KisanCoronavirus VaccineVistara Airlines PicturesGST on Hand SanitisersAcharya BalakrishnaCoronavirus cases in IndiaCoronavirus casesBlack PantherCoronavirus AirborneCovid 19 Testing kitChinese App AlternativesCovid 19 VaccineAir India2 more COVID-19 deaths, 71 fresh cases in U'khandJ-K adds 314 COVID-19 cases, 8 more dieCOVID-19 cases cross 40,000 mark in Karnataka, 73 deaths reportedCOVID-19IndiaCases: 1.33MDeaths: 31.3kRecovered: 849kCOVID-19WorldCases: 15.29MDeaths: 628kRecovered: 8.98MCOVID-19USACases: 3.93MDeaths: 142kRecovered: 1.26MCOVID-19Access our Live CoverageThane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 352 more COVID-19 deaths, 71 fresh cases in U'khandJ-K adds 314 COVID-19 cases, 8 more dieCOVID-19 cases cross 40,000 mark in Karnataka, 73 deaths reportedAboutAdvertisingAuthorsWrite 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 BalanceRichest Persons in worldlargest economies in the worldShakuntala DeviJio Meet vs Google MeetCoronavirus Symptoms day by dayBest phones Under 10000 Rs.More 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 ChannelHeavy Rains Expected over Gujarat, Coastal Ka... Weekly Digest (July 20-24, 2020): Top Weather... Homemade Single-Layer Cloth Masks Not Enough ... NASA Developing Football Stadium-sized Balloo... Read MoreWattpadA Heart Can HopeA Sliver of HopeSomething To Live ForLast Drop of WaterRead More
2020-07-13Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 - Outlook India
Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 Outlook July 13, 2020 22:04 IST Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 13 (PTI) The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 57,004 on Monday as 1,700 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while 35 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,651, an official said. Mira Bhayander is one short of reaching the 200-mark in deaths while Kalyan is at 198, he added. "Thane city''s COVID-19 tally rose by 333 to reach 13,675 while Kalyan''s tally increased by 427 to touch 13,240. Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively," the official said. In neighbouring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive cases stood at 9,733, including 181 deaths. 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 'No Return To Old Normal': WHO Warns That Pandemic Is Worsening Globally Doctor Attached With Indian Boxing Team Tests Positive For Coronavirus SC Dismisses Plea Seeking Restrictions On Amarnath Yatra Due To COVID-19 More from Outlook Magazine Ageing Diary Our Talking Heads You Don’t Deal With Failure. Failure Deals With You: Abhishek Bachchan Next Story : J&K L-G calls for education reforms, e-inaugurates 15 infra projects Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 Last Updated: 13th July, 2020 22:05 IST Thane COVID-19 Count Touches 57,004, Death Toll Rises By 35 "Thane city's COVID-19 tally rose by 333 to reach 13,675 while Kalyan's tally increased by 427 to touch 13,240. Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively," the official said. Written By Press Trust Of India The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 57,004 on Monday as 1,700 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while 35 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,651, an official said. Mira Bhayander is one short of reaching the 200-mark in deaths while Kalyan is at 198, he added. "Thane city's COVID-19 tally rose by 333 to reach 13,675 while Kalyan's tally increased by 427 to touch 13,240. Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively," the official said. In neighbouring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive cases stood at 9,733, including 181 deaths.  First Published: 13th July, 2020 22:05 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 3 hours ago Three held for amputating leg of camel calf in Rajasthan 2 hours ago Lockdown extended for 2 days in Malda's Englishbazar 1 hour ago Rare all-Yellow turtle rescued in Odisha's Balasore; 'may be an albino' opines IFS officer 2 hours ago Central dome of heritage mosque in Old Delhi damaged in heavy rain 3 hours ago Police solve double murder case, two held in Mathura 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 Rajasthan Govt Crisis LIVE Updates: CM Gehlot visits MLAs; SOG hunts for Pilot camp MLAs LK Advani likely to go with PM Modi to Ayodhya; Ram Mandir foundation stone a silver brick Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's tally soars to 10,77,618; PM Modi dials 6 state CMs China foretells 'devastating consequences' for UK over Huawai ban; cites $20 Bn investment FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-13Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35 - Yahoo India News
Thane COVID-19 count touches 57,004, death toll rises by 35PTI13 July 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Jul 13 (PTI) The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 57,004 on Monday as 1,700 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while 35 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,651, an official said.Mira Bhayander is one short of reaching the 200-mark in deaths while Kalyan is at 198, he added.'Thane city's COVID-19 tally rose by 333 to reach 13,675 while Kalyan's tally increased by 427 to touch 13,240.Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively,' the official said.In neighbouring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive cases stood at 9,733, including 181 deaths. PTI COR BNM BNMReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextRed Alerts in China as Floods Maroon Equipment to Fight Coronavirus, Wuhan Issues Red AlertNews18Russia's economy contracts more slowly in JuneReutersAishwarya Rai Bachchan And Daughter Aaradhya Moved To Hospital Due To COVID-19 SymptomsFilmibeatWHO Preparing Full Mission to China to Study Coronavirus OriginsNews18WHO preparing full mission to China to study virus originsReutersAishwarya Rai and Aaradhya Bachchan Admitted To Hospital After Mild Coronavirus SymptomsNews18Jharkhand CM Soren reviews sports policy 2020 draftAni5 Times Jaya Bachchan And Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Proved They Are The Coolest Saas-Bahu JodiBollywoodshaadis.comRanbir Kapoor Look-Alike, Junaid Shah From Kashmir Dies of Cardiac Arrest (View Pics of Bollywood Actor's Doppelganger)LatestlyHaryana starts clinical trials for coronavirus vaccine ‘covaxin’ at PGIMS RohtakAni7 Bollywood Single Moms Who Broke The Stereotypes And Gave Marriage Another ChanceBollywoodshaadis.comIt's all over. America has lost its battle with coronavirusThe IndependentAnother Doomsday Alert? Hazardous Asteroid 2020 ND, Bigger Than The London Eye, to Flyby Earth on July 24LatestlyThere is community spread in some places in coastal areas of Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala CMAniAladdin Actress Avneet Kaur Scores 74% in HSC Board ExaminationsNews1815 Popular 'Jamai Rajas' Of Big Bollywood Families You Probably Didn't Know AboutBollywoodshaadis.com
2020-07-13Thane Covid-19 count touches 57,004, toll rises by 35 - Times of India
Thane Covid-19 count touches 57,004, toll rises by 35Thane Covid-19 count touches 57,004, toll rises by 35PTI | Updated: Jul 13, 2020, 22:49 ISTRepresentational ImageTHANE: The Covid-19 count in Thane district reached 57,004 on Monday as 1,700 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while 35 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,651, an official said. Mira Bhayander is one short of reaching the 200-mark in deaths while Kalyan is at 198, he added. "Thane city's Covid-19 tally rose by 333 to reach 13,675 while Kalyan's tally increased by 427 to touch 13,240. Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar saw their counts rise by 233 and 225 respectively," the official said. In neighbouring Palghar district, the number of coronavirus positive cases stood at 9,733, including 181 deaths. 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsRahul GandhiCoronavirus India update liveEngland vs West Indies liveSachin PilotBhanushali building fortWB HS Result JAC 12th Result 2020JAC Results 2020LATEST VIDEOSCityMumbai rains: 3 people trapped as chawl collapses in Malvani area AMU student lodges complaint against fellow student who allegedly threatened her on social media Minor raped in Covid-19 isolation ward of Patna Medical College and Hospital, guard held Gangster Abu Salem's aide Gajendra Singh arrested by Special Task Force from Noida More from TOIBarley vs wheat: Which is Better?Grocery shopping tips to stay safe amid coronavirusFace shields for an added protection when you step out of your homeWater-resistant shoes for little boys that'll make rain showers funNavbharat 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsRahul GandhiCoronavirus India update liveEngland vs West Indies liveSachin PilotBhanushali building fortWB HS Result JAC 12th Result 2020JAC Results 2020Liberal Arts DegreeHCL Q1 ResultsNewsCoronavirus newsNissan Magnite launchHoroscope 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 webKareena KapoorAlia Cryptic PostAmrita SinghTiger ShroffShekhar Praises RheaSushant CaseSonu SoodJohn AbrahamIndia’s Luxurious TrainTrending topicsAlia BhattShilpa ShettyRhea Twitter AccountShekhar SumanFarhan AkhtarRhea SisterSushant Singh RajputAtul Wishes KatrinaRohini IyerZyCov-D Coronavirus VaccineCoronavirus SymptomsCovid-19 Plant-based VaccineAmazon App Quiz TodayJio Android 5G PhoneRealme Narzo 10A SaleZoom Home DeviceHyundai Kona NewsCoronavirus in ChennaiFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-07-13With 6,497 new cases, State tally crosses 2.6 lakh - The Hindu
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2020-07-12Priyanka Chaturvedi shuts down journalist who claimed BMC was cleaning 'rich' Amitabh's house with taxpayer's money, Twitter agrees with her - Free Press Journal
Priyanka Chaturvedi shuts down journalist who claimed BMC was cleaning 'rich' Amitabh's house with taxpayer's money, Twitter agrees with herBy FPJ Web DeskPriyanka Chaturvedi ANI Photo The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Sunday sanitised the residential and office premises of Amitabh Bachchan in Juhu area after he and his son Abhishek tested positive for COVID-19. Contact-tracing was also being done, an official from the BMC said. A containment zone banner would also be put up outside the premises, he said.Meanwhile, a journalist Vidhya Krishnan claimed that the BMC is wasting tax-payers' money on cleaning 'rich' Bachchan's house. She tweeted, "Amitabh Bachchan can't clean his own f#$@&* house?! This is taxpayer money wasted* on cleaning a rich man's house. Or is BMC starting this service for every patient in Mumbai?" Amitabh Bachchan can't clean his own f#$@&* house?! This is taxpayer money wasted* on cleaning a rich man's house.Or is BMC starting this service for every patient in Mumbai? https://t.co/EBufmbOIBT— Vidya (@VidyaKrishnan) July 12, 2020 "This also captures the medical apartheid so commonly practiced by Indian govt. If you're rich, they come clean your house. If you're poor, you die like dog on the street..& nobody will give af," she added. She further went on to add that 'One Nation One Health Scheme' is the only sensible way forward. "Either we all get this same quality of service or no one does. I see no reason why rich, spoilt, fascist enablers should get municipality to clean their houses," she said. The only sensible way forward is One Nation One Health Scheme. Either we all get this same quality of service or no one does. I see no reason why rich, spoilt, fascist enablers should get municipality to clean their houses.— Vidya (@VidyaKrishnan) July 12, 2020 Meanwhile, Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha MP Priyanka Chaturvedi slammed the journalist for her claim. "Save the outrage, it happens as SOP after every case detected by @mybmc. Whether in slum, chawl, residential apartments or bungalows," she commented. Save the outrage, it happens as SOP after every case detected by @mybmc . Whether in slum, chawl, residential apartments or bungalows.— Priyanka Chaturvedi (@priyankac19) July 12, 2020 Twitter users also agreed with Chaturvedi and slammed the journalist. "It is protocol to sanitise house of every Coronavirus positive patient by the authorities. This 'health journalist' does not know that??" a Twitter user wrote. "In accordance with the SOP municipal authorities disinfect house of every Covid positive person. Wish they could clean negative minds also," said another Twitter user. Here are a few Twitter reactions: It is protocol to sanitise house of every Coronavirus positive patient by the authorities. This 'health journalist' does not know that?? https://t.co/6qXddePBvv— Raju Das | ৰাজু দাস (@rajudasonline) July 12, 2020 In accordance with the SOP municipal authorities disinfect house of every Covid positive person. Wish they could clean negative minds also.#AmitabhBachchan https://t.co/DcfUlliDeD— Arun Bothra (@arunbothra) July 12, 2020 So one of the highest taxpayers in the country should not get the service that is given to every resident in the city as per protocol?Disguising jealousy as anti-rich rant. Doesn't always work. https://t.co/oo6UHHW4Mh— Somesh Upadhyay, IAS (@Somesh_IAS) July 12, 2020 "Health and Science Journalist" https://t.co/dXsKhUeSvX— Surya Gune (@suryagune) July 12, 2020 Apparently she's the Best Health Journalist ! You don't read SOP ? https://t.co/qgi5QF7H1a— Venkatesh reddy / ವೆಂಕಟೇಶ್ ರೆಡ್ಡಿ 🇮🇳 (@venkatesh_rvk14) July 12, 2020 (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) amitabh bachchanShiv SenaPriyanka ChaturvediCOVID-19 Recent StoriesLatest coronavirus update: COVID-19 cases cross 10 lakh in India; Rahul Gandhi warns of numbers doubling by August endCoronavirus in Pimpri Chinchwad: Rtd teacher dies of COVID-19, husband unaware West Bengal: Inspector gets transferred after picture of BJP agitators eating mutton-rice while in custody goes viralSushant Singh Rajput suicide: After Rhea Chakraborty requests Amit Shah for CBI probe, Maha HM Anil Deshmukh says 'Mumbai Police is competent'Two terrorists killed in encounter in Jammu Kashmir's Kulgam; operation underway 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
2020-07-12Thane: With 286 new Covid-19 cases, Ulhasnagar crosses 4,000-mark - Times of India
Thane: With 286 new Covid-19 cases, Ulhasnagar crosses 4,000-markThane: With 286 new Covid-19 cases, Ulhasnagar crosses 4,000-markPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jul 12, 2020, 22:13 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: As Ulhasnagar reported 286 new Covid-19 positive cases on Sunday, the city crossed 4,000-mark. The city has a population of around 7 lakh, and in last few days there has been a continuous rise in Covid-19 cases here. With total number of cases reaching 4,200, which includes 67 deaths, Ulhasnagar has now become fifth worst affected municipal corporation in numbers of Covid-19 patients in Thane district after Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai and Mira Bhayandar. If health sources are to be believed, then many doctors and corporators from city have also been infected with Covid-19 and are under treatment. DownloadThe Times of India News App for Latest City Newsmore from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Coronavirus outbreakCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirus PrecautionsCoronavirus live newsCOVID-19 casesCoronavirus test centersCoronavirus DO's & Dont'sTrending TopicsCoronavirus cases in IndiaRajasthan Government NewsEngland vs West IndiesCoronavirus India update liveKapil SibalSachin PilotSwapna SureshLockdown in BangaloreRajasthan Government CrisisESI ScamLATEST VIDEOSCityCovid-19: Aishwarya, Aaradhya to self quarantine at home Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, daughter Aaradhya tested Covid positive On cam: Forest dept rescues 15-feet-long king cobra in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore Watch: Couple stranded due to heavy flooding in Arunachal Pradesh, rescued More from TOIHome remedies to soothe an upset stomachImmunity boosting fruit | Papaya health benefitsFace shields for an added protection when you step out of your homeWater-resistant shoes for little boys that'll make rain showers funNavbharat 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 IndiaRajasthan Government NewsEngland vs West IndiesCoronavirus India update liveKapil SibalSachin PilotSwapna SureshLockdown in BangaloreRajasthan Government CrisisESI ScamShaktikanta DasJEE NEET NewsWeekly HoroscopeNewsCoronavirus 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 webAsh-AaradhyaAishwarya Rai BachchanVivek OberoiAaradhya BachchanAishwarya RaiAmitabh and AbhishekRanjan Sehgal Passes AwayAbhishek BachchanRanjan SehgalTrending topicsAishwarya COVID Antigen TestAmitabh Bungalows SealedDivvya ChoukseySushant Singh RajputAamrapali DubeyRiddhima KapoorJagdeep's DemiseBollywood Power CouplesAnupam Kher's MotherCoronavirus TreatmentVanithaCoronavirus VaccineAmazon App Quiz TodayInstagram reels TikTokTikTokiOS 14 Public BetaFire in Borivali TodayMumbai 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
2020-07-12Coronavirus in Ulhasnagar: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar as of July 12 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Ulhasnagar: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar as of July 12By FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: PTI After Thane and Kalyan, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporations has extended the lockdown to July 22. The "total" lockdown in Ulhasnagar municipal corporation (UMC) limits, also part of Thane district, has been extended by civic chief Raja Dayanidhi.A lockdown with minimum exemptions in place in Thane district, excluding city limits, and Navi Mumbai municipal areas was extended on Saturday till July 19 due to rise in coronavirus cases over the past few days. The order for Thane district was issued by Collector Rajesh Narvekar and Municipal Commissioner AB Misal announced the extension for Navi Mumbai.A record spike of 2,232 COVID-19 cases on Saturday took Thane district's count to 53,152 while 53 deaths caused the overall toll to rise to 1,560. Thane city now has 12,925 cases, Kalyan 12,152, Mira Bhayander 5,449, Navi Mumbai 9,132, Ulhasnagar 3,914, Bhiwandi 2,701 and Ambarnath 2,574.Here's a list of containment zones in Ulhasnagar as of July 12:Vithal Rukhmini Temple, Shantinagar, (Bramhan Pada) Ulhasnagar-3Khanna Compound Ulhasnagar-3Rahul Nagar Sambhaji Chowk Road Ulhasnagar-4Vinay Apt. behind Chopda Court building, Ulhasnagar-3Barrack No 114, Room No. 03, Dr. Shiv Baba Darshan Apt. Mahesh Society Road, Ulhasnagar-1Achanak Nagar Subhash Tekdi Ambedkar Chowk Ulhasnagar-4Subhash Nagar Ulhasnagar 3Shiva Apt Ulhasnagar 2Sant Dnyaneshwar Nagar Khemani Ulhasnagar 2Seema Apt Khemani Ulhasnagar 2Bk No 115,Birla Mandir Road, nr. Shani Mandir, Ulhasnagar-1Panchsheel Nagar Subhash Tekdi, Ulhasnagar-4Royal Hights, Valmik nagar, old Water Tank, nr. Bewas Chowk, UNR-1Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Nr. Konark Residency, Ulhasnagar-1Diffence Colony Subhash Tekdi Ulhasnagar-4Ravindra Nagar Kurla Camp Ulhasnagar-4Konark Residency, Flat No 201, C Block Road, Ulhasnagar-1Shashtri Nagar Ulhasnagar 2Kurla Camp Opp Shri. Rajesh Wankhede House Ulhasnagar-4Anand Nagar, First Gate,Ulhasnagar-3Radha Krishna Apartment, C Block Road, nr. Dolphin Club, Ulhasnagar-3Bharat Nagar Subhash Tekdi Ulhasnagar-4Panchsheel Nagar, in front of buddha vihar hira ghat ulhasnagar-3Barrack No.1260,O.T section,Ulhasnagar-4Kaushal Palace, near Navjeevan Bank, behind Trafic Police Station, Ulhasnagar-1Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Full list of COVID-19 containment zones from Colaba in SoBo to Borivali in West and Mulund in East issued by BMC as of July 12 (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) ulhasnagarCoronaviruscontainment zonesUlhasnagar Municipal Corporations Recent StoriesMumbai: Three postgraduates come up with tool that can sanitise your hand each time it is about an inch from your faceBig B lampooned for his old tweetsVadodara City Police detains Shubham Mishra - the man who threatened comedian Agrima Joshua with rapeAmid COVID-19 outbreak, NDA softens stance on holding Bihar polls; Sushil Kumar Modi says EC will take 'appropriate decision'CBSE Class 10 and 12 Result 2020: Here's what you need to know trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-07-12Thane: With 286 new Covid-19 cases, Ulhasnagar crosses 4,000-mark - One News Page
2020-07-12Ganeshotsav 2020: BMC starts accepting online applications, drafts special rules for COVID-19 - Free Press Journal
Ganeshotsav 2020: BMC starts accepting online applications, drafts special rules for COVID-19 By ANIAFP PHOTO / ARUN SANKAR Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has started the process of accepting online applications from various Ganesh Mandals across the city for the celebration of Ganeshotsav 2020.BMC has also made it mandatory for Ganesh Mandals in the city to submit an undertaking about having taken precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in their areas. This year BMC has started accepting online applications from July 10, 2020, and applications will be accepted till August 19, 2020. Considering the prevalence of corona all over the world, the corporation has given some additional terms and conditions to Ganesh Mandal this time. Ganesh Mandals have to give undertaking along with their applications for permission.Also ReadGaneshotsav 2020: Maharashtra govt issues guidelines for mandals, restricts height of Ganesh idolsThere are about 12,000 small and large public (Sarvajanik) Ganeshotsav Mandals under the jurisdiction of BMC. BMC has mandated that the height of the idol to be installed this year for public Ganeshotsav will not be more than 4-feet. It is important to follow the rules of social distance in Pandals (tent).Further, the pandals have to be sanitised thrice in a day. Sanitisers to the workers and other persons shall also be provided by the Mandals As a special case this year, there should be a ban on offering prasad/offering flowers and garlands to prevent the spread of coronavirus.There will be a ban on temporary stalls for the sale of flowers, garlands and prasad. These are set up every year in the vicinity of Ganesh Mandap and on the adjoining roads. Lastly, no such things shall be done during the festival of Ganeshotsav which can spread the coronavirus. Otherwise, if any violation is found then strict action will be taken under the Infectious Diseases Act, 1897, National Disaster Prevention Act, 2005 and Indian Penal Code, 1860. (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) MUmbaiBMCCoronavirusGaneshotsav 2020 Recent StoriesCorona sneaks into Raj Bhavan; Governor tests negative, even as 16 Raj Bhavan staffers are found to be positiveMumbai: Three postgraduates come up with tool that can sanitise your hand each time it is about an inch from your faceBig B lampooned for his old tweetsVadodara City Police detains Shubham Mishra - the man who threatened comedian Agrima Joshua with rapeAmid COVID-19 outbreak, NDA softens stance on holding Bihar polls; Sushil Kumar Modi says EC will take 'appropriate decision' 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
2020-07-12Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updates - Times of India
Mumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCorona Deaths in MaharashtraMumbai RainsMumbai Corona UpdateMumbai lockdown news: Today's updatesTIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jul 12, 2020, 23:14 ISTMedical personnel check temperature of a Dharavi residents in MumbaiThe Maharashtra government announced extension of the general lockdown until July 31 with an aim to contain the Covid-19 surge. The notification issued by the state government has also restricted inter-district travel between municipal corporations within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to that for office purposes and essential activities like medical reasons. *Update at 11pm: Expressing concern over rising number of Covid-19 cases, Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said the government was planning to set up sample testing laboratories in all districts. Thackeray has inaugurated a Covid RT-PCR laboratory in Jalna city in Marathwada via video conferencing from Mumbai. *Update at 10pm: With the single-day spike of 2,152 new cases, the Covid-19 tally in Maharashtra's Thane district crossed the 55,000-mark on Sunday, a senior official said. The number of positive cases now stand at 55,304, he said. *Update at 9pm: The number of Covid-19 cases in Palghar district reached 9,349 on Sunday as 308 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, while the toll reached 178 as 23 people succumbed to the infection during the day, an official said. Vasai-Virar municipal limits account for 7,613 cases, while the rural parts have 1,736. *Update at 8pm: With 1,263 new Covid-19 cases being recorded on Sunday, Mumbai's case count has mounted to 92,720, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. The number of fatalities has gone up by 44 to 5,285, it said in a statement. *Update at 7pm: Maharashtra's Covid-19 case count rises by 7,827 to 2,54,427; fatalities mount by 173 to 10,289, PTI quotes state health department. *Update at 6pm: Five new Covid-19 cases reported in Dharavi, taking total number of cases to 2,375 in the area. 38 new cases have been recorded in Dadar, while Mahim saw a rise of 10 cases today, ANI quotes Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. *Update at 5pm: BMC screened 30 staff of Bachchan family and asked them to quarantine themselves at premises of four bungalows of the family. BMC declared the four bungalows as containment zones and sealed them. BMC screened 30 staff of Bachchan family and asked them to quarantine themselves at premises of four bungalows of t… https://t.co/iYW40utAv0— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1594553284000*Update at 3.15pm: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, daughter Aaradhya test positive for coronavirus, PTI quotes Maharashtra health minister Rajesh Tope. *Maharashtra’s focus shifts to Kalyan, with hopes of emulating Dharavi model. The plan is to conduct door-to-door surveys with the help of volunteers. *ANI update at 2.02pm: I am perfectly alright, and not in self-isolation. I underwent relevant tests, the result of which came negative. There are no symptoms of Covid-19 either: Bhagat Singh Koshyari, Governor of Maharashtra *ANI update at 1.46pm: Sanitisation work being carried out in the premises of Raj Bhavan (Governor's residence) in Mumbai, after at least 18 people tested Covid-19 positive. *In Navi Mumbai, the APMC wholesale market and Thane-Belapur TTC industrial area, along with essential services, will continue functioning during the lockdown, said civic chief A B Misal. *The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has now extended its lockdown period till the midnight of July 19. Commissioner A B Misal said that this extension was necessary to control the pandemic situation. *Update at 12.30pm: Eighteen personnel at Raj Bhavan in south Mumbai have tested coronavirus positive, a civic body official said on Sunday. *For the last 25 days, the toll due to Covid-19 in Maharashtra has been rising by 1,000 deaths every fifth day. *ANI update at 11.36am: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation officials put a banner outside 'Jalsa', the residence of actor Amitabh Bachchan in Mumbai, to define it as a containment zone. *With increasing traffic, particular at night, Mumbai Police warned citizens of stern action if they are found defying curfew, except for emergency services. *ANI update at 10.51am: Sanitisation workers of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) arrive at 'Jalsa', the residence of actor Amitabh Bachchan in Mumbai. Actor Amitabh Bachchan and son Abhishek Bachchan tested Covid-19 positive and both have been admitted to a hospital. Watch: #BMC sanitises Amitabh Bachchan's Jalsa Bungalow in #Mumbai day after he and his son Abhishek tested positiv… https://t.co/mdvGolpKEE— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1594537528000*Update at 10.03am: 28,637 Covid-19 cases and 551 deaths in India in the last 24 hours. Total positive cases stand at 8,49,553 including 2,92,258 active cases, 5,34,621 cured/discharged/migrated 22,674 deaths, reports ANI quoting ministry of health *A 57-year-old assistant municipal commissioner from the BMC’s H-East Ward (Bandra East and Santacruz East), succumbed to Covid-19 on Saturday afternoon. *Maharashtra on Saturday reported its highest single-day tally of cases (8,139), Mumbai, in contrast, looked slightly stable with the daily update showing 1,284 cases and 39 deaths in the past 48 hours. The financial capital’s total tally is now 91,745 cases (including 22,782 under treatment) and a death toll of 5,244. *After Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Thane city, Kalyan-Dombivli and Mira-Bhayander on Friday, more cities, towns and rural parts in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region announced an extension of lockdown on Saturday. *Navi Mumbai, Shahpur, Murbad, Ambernath, Kulgaon and Badlapur will be under lockdown till July 19. *Ulhasnagar will be shut till July 22, while Panvel, which is under lockdown till Monday, is still to announce an extension. Vasai-Virar has been spared another round of lockdown so far. *Mumbai’s case doubling rate slows to 50 days, but it’s 12-20 in MMR *The present doubling rate of Covid cases in Thane is 20 days, as 6,132 cases were reported as on May 20 that shot to 12,053 by June 9, stated latest civic records. 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2020-07-12Mumbai's COVID-19 doubling rate now stands at 50 days - Mumbai Live
Mumbai's COVID-19 doubling rate now stands at 50 daysMumbai's COVID-19 doubling rate now stands at 50 daysThe total number of coronavirus cases in Mumbai reach to 91,745 with 5,244 deaths and 63,431 cases being recovered.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESAdvertisementThe total number of coronavirus cases in Mumbai reach to 91,745 with 5,244 deaths and 63,431 cases being recovered. As per the data by the state health department, there were 1,284 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Maximum city. According to a data shared by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on social media, 39 deaths were reported in the last 48 hours out of which 32 patients had co-morbidities. 25 were male and 14 females. 3 people that lost their fight with the virus were below the age of 40 years, 26 were above the age of 60 years and 10 were between the age of 40 to 60 years.The recovery rate of Mumbai district has increased to 69 per cent and the doubling rate is now 50 days. The active number of containment zones including slums and chawls is 732, the active number of sealed buildings are 6751.The total number of cases in other districts in the MMR region is as follows:Thane: 8,037Navi Mumba: 10,516Kalyan Dombivli: 13,832Mira Bhayandar: 5,826Vasai Virar: 7,541Ulhasnagar: 4,089Panvel: 4,048Bhivandi: 2,895Nashik: 1,552 To break the chain of the virus, there is a Lockdown imposed in Maharashtra which will remain intact till July 31, 2020, along with strict lockdown in containment areas. People in the state are also benefiting with testing norms being eased as they no longer need a prescription to get themselves tested anymore. The authorities have also set up quarantine and health centres in different parts of the city in order to make sure that the treatment is provided to people who have been tested positive for coronavirus. The authorities have also been requesting people to abide  by the rules and not venture out if not important RELATED TOPICSCOVID-19coronavirusBMC  Loading next story...Latest NewsActor Parth Samthaan tests positive for coronavirus; shoot of Kasautii Zindagii Kay stoppedSharad Pawar first non-shiv sena member to be interviewed by SaamnaMumbai Police raids parties at the Royal Palms in Aarey colonyGood rains expected to continue till July 16 : SkymetAmitabh Bachchan tests positive for COVID-19Maharashtra records highest spike with 8,139 new casesAdvertisementCivicMumbai Police raids parties at the Royal Palms in Aarey colonyGood rains expected to continue till July 16 : SkymetMaharashtra records highest spike with 8,139 new casesMumbai's COVID-19 doubling rate now stands at 50 daysAt least 16 Raj Bhavan staff test positive for COVID-19Mumbai: Girgaon, Kalbadevi and Acharya Atre fall behind on metro work 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)
2020-07-12Shillong, Pune, Thane, Srinagar: These Cities to Undergo Complete Shutdown From Tomorrow | Check Details - India.com
Shillong, Pune, Thane, Srinagar: These Cities to Undergo Complete Shutdown From Tomorrow | Check Details Lockdown Extension News Today: During the lockdown period, shops and business establishments will remain closed. Only essential services will be allowed to function. Updated: July 12, 2020 5:07 PM IST By India.com News Desk Email Edited by Manmath Nayak Email Lockdown Extension News Today: Looking at the rapid rising cases in coronavirus, a number of districts administrations of various states have either extended the lockdown or imposed fresh total shutdowns for the next few days to contain the spread of the deadly virus. Also Read - Madhya Pradesh News: Special Puja For Amitabh Bachchan And Abhishek Bachchan in Ujjain Many other districts have already announced total shutdown from last week. The move to announce complete lockdown was taken after a spurt in corona cases was reported in these cities and districts. Also Read - Amitabh Bachchan's Four Properties in Mumbai Sealed by BMC, 30 People Detected as High-Risk Contacts During the lockdown period, shops and business establishments will remain closed. Only essential services will be allowed to function. Also Read - Fact Check: Hema Malini is 'Perfectly Fine', Veteran Actor Refutes Rumours of Ill-Health | WATCH Pune In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, a 10-day lockdown has been imposed in Pune, Pimpri- Chinchwad and a few other parts of the district. The lockdown restrictions will come into effect from July 13 midnight and will end on July 23. The lockdown period between July 13 and July 18 will be stricter, wherein only milk shops, pharmacies and clinics will be allowed to operate. However, emergency services have been excluded from the lockdown. Thane The district administration has imposed complete lockdown in Thane district with minimum exemptions till July 19. The restrictions will come into effect from July 13. The order for Thane district was issued by Collector Rajesh Narvekar and Municipal Commissioner AB Misal announced the extension for Navi Mumbai. Apart from this, a total lockdown in Ulhasnagar municipal corporation (UMC) limits, also part of Thane district, has been extended by civic chief Raja Dayanidhi till July 22. Shillong Looking at the rising cases of coronavirus, the Meghalaya government announced a two-day total lockdown in Shillong from July 13 as the state reported the highest single-day spike of 97 COVID-19 cases. During the lockdown, the entire city and its surrounding areas shall remain under curfew till 6 AM on July 15. As per updates, the state reported 97 new cases, taking the total to 333. There are 236 active cases in the state at present. Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) Authorities on Sunday ordered a partial lockdown in Srinagar by designating over 60 containment zones amid a surge in coronavirus cases over the past week. The lockdown will be imposed in 68 containment zones of the city from Monday and no movement would be allowed in these areas without permission. The city has witnessed a spike in the number of coronavirus cases over the past one week. The total number of positive cases has reached 1,611, out of which 1,075 are active. 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:coronavirusLockdownPuneShillongsrinagarThane Published Date: July 12, 2020 5:03 PM IST | Updated Date: July 12, 2020 5:07 PM IST Comments - Join the Discussion #Trending Karan Johar Makes His First Appearance Days After Sushant Singh Rajput’s Demise, Attends Neetu Kapoor’s Birthday Dinner Lockdown Extension: These Districts of Three States to go Under Complete Shutdown From Today | Check List National Simplicity Day 2020: History And Significance of The Day Viral TopicsVikas Dubey NewsCoronavirusDomestic FlightsJagdeepCouponsTamilrockersFlight 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.
2020-07-12Lockdown in Thane Dist extended till July19 - United News of India
Lockdown in Thane Dist extended till July19Thane, Jul 12 (UNI) Collector Rajesh Narvekar has today extended the total lockdown in the district (other than the corporation limits) up to July 19, vide a fresh order. In his latest order issued late on Saturday, he said that the lockdown was imposed in the district till July 11 but with the rising number of corona positive cases in the district, it was necessary to extend the lockdown, he said. Similarly, Navi Mumbai Municipal commissioner A B Misal has also extended the total lockdown in Navi Mumbai civic limits up to July 19. The lockdown in Navi Mumbai was in force till July 13, which has been extended vide this fresh order. In Ulhasnagar township also, Municipal commissioner Raja Dayanidi vide a fresh order extended the total lockdown till July 22. The lockdown in the Ulhas township was in force till July 12. Other civic bodies including Thane, Kalyan and Mira-Bhayander have extended their total lockdown on Friday for additional periods. While, in Bhiwandi, the ongoing lockdown is in force till Sunday and is also likely to be extended, informed a senior officer from the corporation. 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UNI PhotoAGARTALA, July 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Security personnel patrol in front of the temporary gate of an containment zone to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the outskirts of Agartala on Sunday.Xinhua/UNI PHOTOAF3UBALKH, July 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- An man cleans the yard of the Blue Mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif, capital of Balkh province, northern Afghanistan, July 12, 2020. After a five-month shutdown due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, the Blue Mosque has reopened to the public recently. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-AF2USUNAMGANJ, July 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A woman carrying household tools leaves her flood-affected house in Sunamganj, Bangladesh, July 12, 2020. The floods in parts of Bangladesh have affected over 1.3 million people and displaced tens of thousands of families, official data revealed Sunday. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-AF1UNEW DELHI, JULY 12 (UNI):- BJP National President J.P. Nadda interacting with National Gen Secy (Org) and MPs, State President, State Gen Secy (Org), State Prabhari of Assam, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and West UP (Braj and Kanpur) via video conferencing in New Delhi on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-AK19UNEW DELHI, JULY 12 (UNI):- BJP National President J.P. Nadda interacting with National Gen Secy (Org) and MPs, State President, State Gen Secy (Org), State Prabhari of Assam, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and West UP (Braj and Kanpur) via video conferencing in New Delhi on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-AK18UNEW DELHI, JULY 12 (UNI):- BJP National President J.P. Nadda interacting with National Gen Secy (Org) and MPs, State President, State Gen Secy (Org), State Prabhari of Assam, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and West UP (Braj and Kanpur) via video conferencing in New Delhi on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-AK17UNEW DELHI, JULY 12 (UNI):- BJP National President J.P. Nadda interacting with National Gen Secy (Org) and MPs, State President, State Gen Secy (Org), State Prabhari of Assam, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and West UP (Braj and Kanpur) via video conferencing in New Delhi on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-AK16UKOCHI, JULY 12 (UNI)- A combo photo of Swapna Suresh and Sandeep Nair the two arrested in connection with the Diplomatic Gold Baggage Smuggling case in Kerala. (WITH STORY). UNI PHOTO-V6UMUMBAI, JULY 12 (UNI) - BMC workering sanitizing the area outside Jalsa the residence of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in Mumbai on Sunday. The actor alongwith other family members tested positive for COVID-19. UNI PHOTO-V5UMUMBAI, JULY 12 (UNI) - BMC workering sanitizing the area outside Jalsa the residence of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in Mumbai on Sunday. The actor alongwith other family members tested positive for COVID-19. UNI PHOTO-V5UMUMBAI, JULY 12 (UNI) - BMC workering sanitizing the area outside Jalsa the residence of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in Mumbai on Sunday. The actor alongwith other family members tested positive for COVID-19. UNI PHOTO-V2UMUMBAI, JULY 12 (UNI) - BMC workering sanitizing the area outside Jalsa the residence of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in Mumbai on Sunday. The actor alongwith other family members tested positive for COVID-19. UNI PHOTO-V3UMUMBAI, JULY 12 (UNI) - BMC workering sanitizing the area outside Jalsa the residence of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in Mumbai on Sunday. The actor alongwith other family members tested positive for COVID-19. UNI PHOTO-V1UHYDERABAD JUL12 (UNI) Telangana Animal Husbandry Minister Sriniva Yadav addressing the Media conference for the first time in the history of the more than 100-year-old Ujjaini Mahankali temple in Secunderabad, the annual Bonalu festival, one of the most colorful and hugely attended religious event began on a low key on Sunday due to the COVID-19 pandemic. UNI PHOTO-RAO13UHYDERABAD JUL12 (UNI) Telangana Animal Husbandry Minister Sriniva Yadav addressing the Media conference for the first time in the history of the more than 100-year-old Ujjaini Mahankali temple in Secunderabad, the annual Bonalu festival, one of the most colorful and hugely attended religious event began on a low key on Sunday due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 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2020-07-11Total Lockdown Extended in Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar Till July 19 Amid Rise in COVID-19 Cases - LatestLY
Total Lockdown Extended in Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar Till July 19 Amid Rise in COVID-19 Cases Agency News PTI| Jul 11, 2020 09:37 PM IST A+ A- Coronavirus Lockdown | File Image | (Photo Credits: IANS) Thane, July 11: A lockdown with minimum exemptions in place in Thane district, excluding city limits, and Navi Mumbai municipal areas was extended on Saturday till July 19 due to rise in coronavirus cases over the past few days, officials said. The order for Thane district was issued by Collector Rajesh Narvekar and Municipal Commissioner AB Misal announced the extension for Navi Mumbai, they added. Maharashtra Reports 8,139 New COVID-19 Cases, Overall Count Jumps to 2.46 Lakh: Live News Breaking & Coronavirus Updates on July 11, 2020. The "total" lockdown in Ulhasnagar municipal corporation (UMC) limits, also part of Thane district, has been extended by civic chief Raja Dayanidhi till July 22. (This is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated News feed, LatestLY Staff may not have modified or edited the content body) Comments
2020-07-11The Battle of Mumbai - India Today
The Battle of Mumbai The Battle of MumbaiThe 6,355 sq. km area has recorded a 300 per cent rise in Covid cases in a month. And, alarmingly, the worst is yet to comeadvertisement Kiran Tare Mumbai July 11, 2020 ISSUE DATE: July 20, 2020UPDATED: July 11, 2020 14:24 IST On July 5, Covid-positive cases in Maharashtra crossed the 200,000 mark. The numbers had doubled in one month since the state began opening up on June 3, a few days ahead of the Union government’s announcement to Unlock on June 8. Almost 60 per cent of the cases and 72 per cent of the 9,250 deaths in the state till July 7 were reported from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), which makes up 25 per cent of the state’s 120 million population. This region has seen an almost 300 per cent rise in cases.With nine municipal corporati­ons, Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Vasai-Virar and Panvel, and nine municipal councils, the MMR is the biggest urban agglomeration in Maha­rashtra. Spread over 6,355 sq. km, it is also the largest hub of service indust­ries, which account for 30 per cent of the GSDP (gross state domestic product) of Rs 32.5 lakh crore (approx. $450 billion). MMR is often dubbed the dormitory of Mumbai, as around 7 million people commute every day from here to the city.State health department statistics show that, since June 3, the number of positive cases have grown by 166 per cent in Thane, 469 per cent in Kalyan-Dombivli, 413 per cent in Mira-Bhayandar, 1,470 per cent in Bhiwandi-Nizampur, 364 per cent in Panvel, 190 per cent in Navi Mumbai, 130 per cent in Ulhasnagar and 200 per cent in Vasai-Virar, much higher than Mumbai’s 94 per cent. With around 26,000 active cases, Thane tops the chart. The Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi government has focused primarily on Mumbai, in mid-May, it started beefing up healthcare facilities in the city, but, in the process, seems to have neglected the satellite towns. They are still struggling to get test reports, ambulances and hospital beds on time. In Thane, a 25-year-old man was refused admission by four hospitals in the absence of a Covid test report. He was tested on July 1, but his symptoms worsened before he could get the results. He died on July 4 in the rickshaw ferrying him to the various hospitals.At the onset of the Unlock phase, which he styled as ‘Mission Begin Again’, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray permitted activities like jogging, opening of all shops and scrapped the need for a pass to travel within the MMR. Soon enough, there was chaos. Fidgety people, cooped up for months in cramped living spaces, came out in droves, thronged areas like Marine Drive, for a walk and breath of fresh air, but paid no heed to physical distancing norms. Civic bodies remained mute spectators. With schools holding classes online, shops of electronic goods witnessed an unusual surge in the number of visitors. It was to be expected that there would be super-spreaders among the people who were now moving freely.According to the data recorded by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, the state’s decision to allow domestic help, a lot of whom live in hotspot areas, to return to work, also contributed to the spike in the number of cases in residential complexes. A housing society in Churchgate, and another at Nepean Sea Road allegedly saw about 70 new cases each in a day after lifting restrictions on visitors, including domestic workers. The state government began local train services for essential workers from the MMR areas till the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and Churchgate stations in June, but this move, too, had similar consequences, the free movement of people meant the virus travelled to the inner reaches of the MMR and spread widely. According to a report by the state health department, these commuters comprise 40 per cent of the cases recorded in MMR satellite towns.The state government’s response to the rise in cases has, so far, been timid. Health minister Rajesh Tope admits that the local civic officials failed to effectively trace, track, test and treat. As a likely consequence of this failure, the municipal commissioners of Thane, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi-Nizampur were recently replaced. On July 1, the new commissioners imposed a strict two-week lockdown in seven of the nine towns, as per the state government’s advice, banning all movement of people except for medical purposes. Additional chief secretary Sitaram Kunte, in charge of the MMR for Covid, says the move will help control the situation. “The BMC is building giant Covid facilities on its periphery. These could be used for people from the MMR.” Thackeray virtually inaugurated a 3,520-bed facility on July 7.According to Tope, the surge was inevitable after the lockdown was lifted. “I guess the number of cases will rise further till end July.... Our focus is on limiting fatalities.” At present, Maharashtra’s fatality rate is 4.7 per cent, above the national average of 3 per cent. Shiv Sena spokesperson Manisha Kayande echoes Tope: “This was expected, but the government is working towards containing the virus.”Maharashtra has launched antigen and antibody testing and is planning to float a tender to purchase Remdesivir, which is in short supply. It has also dedicated 23 centres across the state as plasma banks for the treatment of critical patients. However, none of this has spared Thackeray the ire of not just the opposition, but also partners in government, the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).Revenue minister Balasaheb Thorat, also state Congress president, expressed his displeasure over the re-imposed lockdown. NCP chief Sharad Pawar, on July 4, reportedly warned Thackeray against not taking his ministers into confidence. Leader of opposition Devendra Fadnavis has alleged that the government is underutilising testing facilities. According to him, Mumbai is averaging only 4,000 tests a day, not 25,000, as Tope claims. “The rate of infection in Mumbai is 28 per cent, contrary to the government’s claim of 18 per cent,” says Fadnavis. The national rate of infection is 6.39 per cent.Dr S.S. Santosh Kumar, who led a team of doctors and nurses from Kerala to Mumbai to help the city doctors cope with the pandemic, estimates Mumbai city alone will require 3,750 ICU beds in addition to its present number of 3,000. “Severe cases from MMR are pouring into Mumbai, so the mortality rate here is rising. Increasing ICU facilities is the need of the hour,” says Dr Kumar.If this weren’t worrying enough, Tha­ckeray has approved the reopening of hotels and guest houses with 33 per cent occupancy. The government finds itself caught between a rock and a hard place, unlock the economy it must, even at the risk of dire consequences for the health of its citizens.IndiaToday.in has plenty of useful resources that can help you better understand the coronavirus pandemic and protect yourself. 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2020-07-11Maharashtra crosses 10,000 deaths, records highest spike with 8,139 new cases - The Indian Express
Maharashtra crosses 10,000 deaths, records highest spike with 8,139 new cases Maharashtra crosses 10,000 deaths, records highest spike with 8,139 new cases It took Maharashtra 91 days to cross 5,000-mark on June 16 since it registered its first death on March 17. Only 25 days have passed and 5,000 more deaths have been added to the toll. By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 11, 2020 11:27:54 pm A day after the state recorded its highest spike of fresh cases at 7,862, the Saturday count bypassed all previous records with 8,139 new cases. Maharashtra recorded 71,836 cases in only 11 days of July. (Representational) As Maharashtra completes 116 days after it recorded the first coronavirus death, the state crossed 10,000 deaths with an addition of 223 deaths on Saturday. The death toll now stands at 10,116. It took the state 91 days to cross 5,000-mark on June 16 since it registered its first death on March 17. Only 25 days have passed and 5,000 more deaths have been added to the toll. A day after the state recorded its highest spike of fresh cases at 7,862, the Saturday count bypassed all previous records with 8,139 new cases. Maharashtra recorded 71,836 cases in only 11 days of July. The total number of positive cases in the state has now reached 2,46,600. Mumbai recorded 1,284 fresh cases, touching 91,745. The city, once a hotspot accounting for the largest share of Covid-19 cases in the state, is gradually reducing its share in the total count. In a month, its contribution has more than halved. Coronavirus ExplainedLockdowns return, but to what effect?Experts Explain: What works in Covid-19 treatmentCovid-19 rates in US prisons vs rates in general populationClick here for more On Saturday, Mumbai accounted for 17 per cent (39) of 223 deaths in the state. Until a month ago, Mumbai accounted for 63 per cent of the daily toll. Similarly, for fresh cases, the city accounted for 15.7 per cent of the state’s count, while a month ago it accounted for 39.3 per cent of the daily addition of new cases. The toll in Mumbai reached 5,244. On the day, 23 deaths took place in Pune city and nearby areas and 11 in Pimpri-Chinchwad. In the surrounding satellite towns of Mumbai, 13 deaths took place in Thane and Mira Bhayandar each, followed by 11 in Bhiwandi Nizampur, nine in Vasai-Virar, eight in Navi Mumbai, seven in Ulhasnagar, five in Kalyan Dombivli, and three each in Raigad and Palghar. Nashik accounted for 13 deaths, followed by 17 in Jalgaon, nine in Aurangabad, eight in Jalna, seven in Solapur, four in Satara, and the remaining in six other districts. “What is worrying is the fast-rising caseload and deaths in rural areas. Solapur, Jalgaon, Aurangabad, Akola, and Nashik continue to be of concern. Hotspots are increasing in these pockets,” a state health official said. Even though the trajectory of fresh cases has shown a steep upward climb, the death rate has dipped in the state in comparison to new cases. In Mumbai, there are 732 containment zones and 6,751 sealed buildings. There are 9,814 high-risk contacts, and the city is taking 50 days to double its caseload. At least 69 per cent patients have recovered.
2020-07-11'Total' lockdown extended in Thane dist, Navi Mumbai, UMC - Devdiscourse
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2020-07-11Thane lockdown: Domestic help get approval to work - Times of India
Thane lockdown: Domestic help get approval to workThane lockdown: Domestic help get approval to workTNN | Jul 11, 2020, 06:02 ISTPhoto used for representational purpose onlyMUMBAI/PUNE: This time, Thane’s lockdown order has made it clear that domestic help and healthcare providers would be allowed to work in housing societies. Additional municipal commissioner Ganesh Deshmukh said, “Maids and home nurses have been exempted from the lockdown as there was a genuine demand from housing societies.” In Mira-Bhayander,civic chief Dr Vijay Rathod has stretched the ‘janata curfew’ to July 18. Mira-Bhayander on Friday crossed the 5,000 mark in cases, taking the tally to 5,206. The 10-day lockdown from July 1-10 here saw 1,730 new cases, more than double in all of May (738). In Pune the decision triggered strong reactions, with the trading and business community especially reacting strongly by stating that the decision would trigger unrest. In Thane too, residents were unhappy. “Cases are rising and there seems to be no concrete plan. Procuring daily essentials has become a difficult task,” said Shailendra Chikhalkar, a Thane local. Mira Road resident Sailesh Mishra said something as essential as an optician was not available in a lockdown. But Thane officials said extending the lockdown till July 19 in both Thane and KDMC was the best solution. Vasai-Virar too breached the 7,000 mark in cases on Friday. With 211 new cases, the total positives there are now 7,022. Deaths have touched 140, including Friday’s six. In Navi Mumbai, there are three more days for the current lockdown to end, and health watchers are worried the numbers may cross the 10,000 mark soon. Friday had 361 new cases here, taking the positives to 8,879. Six deaths took the toll to 284. Ulhasnagar on Friday saw 195 positives, taking the total to 3,619. The PCMC area had 181 positive cases and its total on Friday was 3,511. Two more deaths there took the toll to 92. 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2020-07-11COVID-19 lockdown extended in Mira Bhayandar, Thane, Kalyan - Mid-day
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2020-07-11Maharashtra Lockdown Extension News: 'Total' Shutdown in Thane District, Navi Mumbai, UMC Till July 19 With M - India.com
Maharashtra Lockdown Extension News: ‘Total’ Shutdown in Thane District, Navi Mumbai, UMC Till July 19 With Minimum Exemptions Thane lockdown extension news: The order for Thane district was issued by Collector Rajesh Narvekar and Municipal Commissioner AB Misal announced the extension for Navi Mumbai, they added. Published: July 11, 2020 10:12 PM IST By India.com News Desk Email Edited by Shubhangi Gupta Email Thane lockdown extension news (Representational Image) Maharashtra lockdown extension news: Due to rise in coronavirus cases over the past few days, a lockdown with minimum exemptions in place in Thane district, excluding city limits, and Navi Mumbai municipal areas was extended on Saturday till July 19. Also Read - Coronavirus in Telangana: Body of COVID-19 Patient Taken to Burial Ground in Auto Rickshaw The order for Thane district was issued by Collector Rajesh Narvekar and Municipal Commissioner AB Misal announced the extension for Navi Mumbai, they added. Also Read - Nationwide Lockdown on Cards? After States, Is Centre Planning to Impose Total Shutdown to Contain COVID-19 Spread? Here's The Complete Truth The “total” lockdown in Ulhasnagar municipal corporation (UMC) limits, also part of Thane district, has been extended by civic chief Raja Dayanidhi till July 22. Also Read - 'We Will All Take Good Care of You', Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Wishes Speedy Recovery to Big B And His Son Abhishek After They Test Positive For COVID-19 Yesterday, authorities had extended lockdown in Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) till July 19. Prior to that, a complete 10-day lockdown in Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad and a few other parts of the district was announced, starting July 13. Meanwhile, India recorded its highest single-day spike of 27,114 new coronavirus cases and 519 deaths in the last 24 hours, pushing the total tally to over eight lakh with a tota of 22,123 deaths, Health Ministry’s data stated on Saturday. Alarmingly, the country added one lakh cases in merely four days. On Tuesday, the tally had surpassed the grim mark of seven lakh cases. Maharashtra tops the chart and remains the worst hit state, with cases reaching up to 2,38,461 and 9,893 casualties so far, of which 226 occurred in the last 24 hours. 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:COVID-19maharashtraThane Published Date: July 11, 2020 10:12 PM IST Comments - Join the Discussion #Trending Karan Johar Makes His First Appearance Days After Sushant Singh Rajput’s Demise, Attends Neetu Kapoor’s Birthday Dinner Lockdown Extension: These Districts of Three States to go Under Complete Shutdown From Today | Check List National Simplicity Day 2020: History And Significance of The Day Viral TopicsVikas Dubey NewsCoronavirusDomestic FlightsJagdeepCouponsTamilrockersFlight 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.
2020-07-11Agency News | ⚡Total Lockdown Extended in Thane, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar Till July 19 Amid Rise in COVID-19 Cases - LatestLY
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2020-07-11Coronavirus in Mumbai: WHO Chief puts Dharavi alongside New Zealand as an example of how to battle COVID-19 - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: WHO Chief puts Dharavi alongside New Zealand as an example of how to battle COVID-19By FPJ Web DeskBMC Health workers thermal screening at Navrang Society, Dharavi.BL SONI World Health Organisation (WHO) director Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus late Friday hailed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for controlling the number of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Dharavi.Addressing his staff and the rest of the world through a video conference, Dr Tredos said countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, New Zealand, Italy, Spain, and even in Dharavi - a densely packed area in Mumbai - focused on community engagement and the basics of testing, isolation and treating all those that are sick. “This is the key to breaking the chains of transmission & suppressing the virus," he said."In 🇻🇳🇰🇭🇹🇭🇳🇿🇮🇹🇪🇸 & 🇰🇷 & even in Dharavi, a densely packed area in Mumbai, a strong focus on community engagement & the basics of testing, tracing, isolating & treating all those that are sick is key to breaking the chains of transmission & suppressing the virus"-@DrTedros— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) July 10, 2020 Dr Tredos used these places as examples from across the world that have shown that “even if the COVID19 outbreak is very intense, it can still be brought back under control."His full speech can be read here.The BMC is of course delighted at the acknowledgment from the WHO. "WHO itself has now praised the efforts by BMC in Dharavi. Dr Tedros himself has mentioned this is unique case across the World. We are replicating the pattern across the city. "Chase the virus" campaign will continue until we chase it out of Mumbai and completely," Iqbal Singh Chahal, BMC commissioner told the Free Press Journal."The WHO acknowledgement comes as an encouragement to BMC frontline workers who have been working day and night to ensure the spread is contained risking their own lives. Mission Dharavi has become an example of not just for India but for congested regions across the globe," said a senior BMC official.Member of Parliament from Mumbai South Constituency Rahul Shewale said: "WHO's acknowledgment of Dharavi Pattern of fighting coronavirus spread is an honour for the collective efforts and struggle of the state government, BMC, public representative and all the frontline workers, not to forget the people of Dharavi."Incidentally, the number of coronavirus positive patients in Dharavi, the biggest slum in Mumbai, increased to 2,359 on Friday with the addition of 12 cases, a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official said.Dharavi currently has 166 active cases and 1,952 patients have been discharged from hospitals following recovery so far, the official said.After the first COVID-19 case that was reported from Dr Baliga Nagar on April 1, Dharavi soon became a cause of global concern— with nearly a million people living with poor sanitation in a 2.5-kilometre area. Maintaining physical distancing was impossible.A slew of steps taken by the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) with maximum testing and maximum isolation of COVID-19 positive patients and their high-risk contacts under 'Mission Dharavi' helped Dharavi, known as Asia's largest slum to contain the spread of the infectious disease to a large extent.As on July 2, the count of COVID-19 cases in G (north) ward that constitutes Dharavi, Dadar and Mahim stands at 4,967, of which only 1,412 cases are currently active, and 3,185 have already been cured and discharged. Of the 4,967 cases, 2,301 cases were recorded from Dharavi alone.Also ReadDharavi’s Covid-19 case count up at 2,359Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Two isolation centres shut down in DharaviAlso ReadCoronavirus in Dharavi: How Asia's biggest slum chased COVID-19 (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) World Health OrganisationDharaviCoronavirus in MumbaiTedros Adhanom GhebreyesusCoronavirus in Dharavi Recent StoriesCorona sneaks into Raj Bhavan; Governor tests negative, even as 16 Raj Bhavan staffers are found to be positiveMumbai: Three postgraduates come up with tool that can sanitise your hand each time it is about an inch from your faceBig B lampooned for his old tweetsVadodara City Police detains Shubham Mishra - the man who threatened comedian Agrima Joshua with rapeAmid COVID-19 outbreak, NDA softens stance on holding Bihar polls; Sushil Kumar Modi says EC will take 'appropriate decision' 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
2020-07-11Covid-19: Thane recordes over 2,000 positive cases in single day - United News of India
Covid-19: Thane recordes over 2,000 positive cases in single dayThane, Jul 11 (UNI) With addition of a whopping 2,232 fresh corona positive cases here in a single day on Saturday, the district's tally mounted to 53,152, an official from the district administration said.Among the fresh cases, the highest were from Kalyan-Dombivili-615. The total number of positive cases reported across the district were as such Thane-12,925, Kalyan-Dombivili-12,152, Navi Mumbai-9,132, Mira-Bhayander-5,449, Ulhasnagar-3,914, Bhiwandi-2,701 and Ambarnath-2,574.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-07-11Lockdown extended in Ulhasnagar, Navi Mumbai - Hindustan Times
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2020-07-11Covid-19: Thane recordes over 2,000 positive cases in single day - United News of India
Covid-19: Thane recordes over 2,000 positive cases in single dayThane, Jul 11 (UNI) With addition of a whopping 2,232 fresh corona positive cases here in a single day on Saturday, the district's tally mounted to 53,152, an official from the district administration said.Among the fresh cases, the highest were from Kalyan-Dombivili-615. The total number of positive cases reported across the district were as such Thane-12,925, Kalyan-Dombivili-12,152, Navi Mumbai-9,132, Mira-Bhayander-5,449, Ulhasnagar-3,914, Bhiwandi-2,701 and Ambarnath-2,574.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-07-10COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness sudden spikes; Ambernath sees a downward trend - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness sudden spikes; Ambernath sees a downward trendYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness sudden spikes; Ambernath sees a downward trendWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 10, 2020, 20:35 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Friday reported 195 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 3,619. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 62 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 2,054 have recovered. Out of the 195 cases, the maximum number of 47 cases each came up in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-5, followed by 39 each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-4, and 23 in Ulhasnagar-2. At present, 1,503 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 82 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 1,276 with 20 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC), so far, 596 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 660. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Eranjad, Kharvai, Jadhav Colony and Manjarli, while the remaining were from Belauli, Rameshwadi, Shirgaon, Shivaji Chowk, Hendrepada, Bhosle Nagar, Ganeshwadi slum, Ganesh Nagar, Katrap, Subhash Nagar, Valivali and Aptewadi. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 47 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday and the case count has now climbed to 2,475, along with 80 fatalities. As many as 1,923 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Corporation now stands at 406. RELATED NEWSWatch: Thane Police performs ‘aarti’ to embarrass lockdown violatorsApr 21, 2020China denies cover-up in coronavirus outbreak, rejects allegations of...Apr 17, 2020Coronavirus outbreak: Uncertainty over Cannes Film Festival as France...Apr 16, 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 GuruI am making Rs.13500/day from home online!Career Times RERA Registered 2BHK Homes Starting at 68.5L*.Book Online.HOUSE OF HIRANANDANIAYURVEDIC GARGLE FOR PAIN AND INFECTION-FREE THROATKOFOLLive at Ease Thrive in Peace, 2&3BHK Homes Starting @1.05cr*House of HiranandaniEnsure your family gets cover of Unlimited Sum Insured.Bajaj Allianz2&3 BHK Homes at Bannerghatta Starting @77.5L*.Book Online.HOUSE OF HIRANANDANIWhat We Learn in Times of Crisis is Bound to Help in ComfortThrive Global
2020-07-10Kalyan-Dombivali sees highest single-day spike with 606 cases - Republic World - Republic World
Kalyan-Dombivali sees highest single-day spike with 606 cases Last Updated: 10th July, 2020 20:59 IST Kalyan-Dombivali Sees Highest Single-day Spike With 606 Cases "The number of people who tested positive in Bhiwandi on Friday is 59, and it witnessed seven deaths as well. The addition was 195 in Ulhasnagar, while it was 361 in Navi Mumbai, which also saw six deaths during the day," an official said Written By Press Trust Of India Kalyan Dombivali municipal limits in Thane district on Friday witnessed the highest single-day spike in COVID-19 cases as 606 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the area's count to 11,537, an official said. It has so far seen 172 deaths due to the infection, said KDMC public relations officer Madhuri Phophale. "Friday's rise in cases is the highest in a single day for KDMC," she said. The number of cases in Thane city increased by 416, while the toll rose by 17 during the day, an official .said "The number of people who tested positive in Bhiwandi on Friday is 59, and it witnessed seven deaths as well. The addition was 195 in Ulhasnagar, while it was 361 in Navi Mumbai, which also saw six deaths during the day," an official said. Officials also said allegations of a private lab in Kalyan mixing up test findings of two people, leading to a non-infected person getting COVID-19 treatment, was being probed. An MP from the district took to social media to inform that he and some kin had tested positive for the virus and were in home quarantine. Several areas in the district extended a lockdown, with minimal exemptions, till July 19, with Thane Additional Municipal Commissioner Ganesh Deshmukh stating that maids and those providing care to the elderly and unwell will be allowed in housing societies like before during this period. Image Credits: PTI First Published: 10th July, 2020 20:59 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 3 hours ago Kolkata: Bidhannagar gets new police commissioner 1 hour ago DCPCR rescues 12 child labourers from Delhi's Gandhi Nagar 2 hours ago Record spike of 2,064 cases takes Thane count past 50k mark 1 hour ago Gangster's properties worth Rs 64 lakh attached: Noida Police 55 mins ago Village secretary, sarpanch held taking bribe of Rs 10,000 in Baran 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 Vikas Dubey encounter: UP STF releases press note, says 'police tried to nab him alive' COVID-19: Maharashtra death toll nears 10,000, Pune cases soar past 35,000 Coronavirus Live Updates: India's tally rises to 7,93,802; Centre says 'vaccine by 2021' Mukesh Ambani surpasses Warren Buffet to become 8th richest in the world; Read valuation FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-10Complete lockdown in Thane extended till July 19 - Mumbai Live
Complete lockdown in Thane extended till July 19Complete lockdown in Thane extended till July 19By Mumbai Live TeamCivic ThaneSHARESAdvertisementThe cases of coronavirus are on the rise in the country. In India, Maharashtra continues to be one of the worst impacted states. Thane district in Maharashtra is no different. On Thursday, there were 348 new cases reported in Thane along with 16 death. The total number of cases in the area has already crossed 20,000-mark. As per Data released by the state health Ministry on June 7, 2020, stated that the number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Thane district has crossed the 50,000-mark with two municipal corporations reporting more than 10,000 cases. As of Tuesday, the district had a total of 50,829 cases. Out of the 50,829 cases, a total of 11,243 cases are identified in Kalyan Dombivli, 12,568 from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC), 9,426 from Navi Mumbai, 6,763 from Thane, 4,995 from Mira-Bhayandar, 3,214 from Ulhasnagar, and 2,620 from BhiwandiFurther, 19,459 cases have recovered and 1,381 deaths have been reported from the locality. Currently, approximately 59 per cent, i.e., a total of 29,988 cases are active in the Thane District.In order to break the chain of virus and contain the spread, it has been decided by the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) to extend the total lockdown till July 19. This decision of extending the lockdown was taken on Friday afternoon. As per the order, the complete lockdown in Thane will start from 7 pm on July 12 and remain in effect this 7:00 pm on July 19.Prior to this, TMC had imposed a complete lockdown from July 2 to 12 and now it is being extended till July 19. मराठी मध्ये वाचाहिंदी में पढ़ेंRELATED TOPICSThaneCoronavirusLockdown  Loading next story...Latest NewsHere's the risk level of our daily activities during COVID-19It's my duty to extend support to people: LoP Devendra Fadnavis on his recent visitsMore Than 2 lakh people have been kept in Quarantine in Kandivali, Borivali and DahisarDadar and Mahim witness surge in the number of COVID-19 casesNo Significant Increase In Rainfall Expected Over Mumbai In Next 48 Hours : SkymetComplete lockdown in Thane extended till July 19AdvertisementCivicMore Than 2 lakh people have been kept in Quarantine in Kandivali, Borivali and DahisarDadar and Mahim witness surge in the number of COVID-19 casesNo Significant Increase In Rainfall Expected Over Mumbai In Next 48 Hours : SkymetComplete lockdown in Thane extended till July 19Mumbai-Goa Highway Shut Due to LandslideState Announces Massive Relief Package for Mumbai’s Slum Rehabilitation Projects 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)
2020-07-10NMMC to use 'Turbhe Pattern' to track down at least 20 people as part of contact tracing - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Friday, July 10, 2020, 7:00 AM IST NMMC to use 'Turbhe Pattern' to track down at least 20 people as part of contact tracing By Amit Srivastava On July 9, there were 237 new cases in the NMMC area. The total number of positive cases has now reached 8,515. ANI On detecting a corona-positive person in the city, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) plans to track down at least 20 people as part of the contact tracing process. At a web meeting on Thursday, the civic chief directed 23 health posts to complete contact tracing within 72 hours.Turbhe Store, under the Turbhe ward of NMMC, has been put under the red zone by the central government. The civic body paid special attention to this area and carried out extensive contact tracing of those found corona-positive. "We reached 28 people who had come in close contact with the corona-positive patient in the area and checked their health condition and whoever showed symptoms was subjected to a swab test," said a senior NMMC official. He added that even those with minor symptoms were put in institutional quarantine.Such extensive contact tracing yielded success and in 15 days, the spread of the virus was controlled in the area. "We called it theTurbhe Pattern," said the official.Now, the civic administration is implementing the same pattern in the rest of the city. "While various measures are being taken to curb the rising number of the corona cases, the Turbhe Pattern will help curbing the growing prevalence of corona in the city," said Municipal Commissioner Annasaheb Misal..According to the senior civic official, as per the civic chief order, the 23 health posts under the NMMC will reach at least 20 persons who have come in close contact with the corona positive patients. "The process of contact tracing will be completed within 72 hours, as, the sooner a person with symptoms is found and treatment is begun, the sooner the corona chain can be broken," said the official. "At present, we are tracing 28 contacts of a person who is Covid-positive and this is how the spread is being effectively controlled," said the official.Meanwhile, prior to the announcement of a 10-day lockdown in the entire NMMC area on July 3, a seven-day lockdown had already been declared in 12 special containment zones from June 29 onwards, where a large number of cases were found. During this period, door-to-door mass screening campaigns were conducted in those 12 zones and more than one lakh citizens underwent testing and corona suspects were isolated.On July 9, there were 237 new cases in the NMMC area. The total number of positive cases has reached 8,515. However, the number of active cases is 3,157, with a 60% recovery rate. Meanwhile, Zone 2 of Navi Mumbai Police took action against 513 people under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code and against 487 under the Motor Vehicles Act in the last 24 hours, for breaking lockdown norms. (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go) Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC)turbheCoronavirusCOVID 19 Recent StoriesUK-based NRI part of vaccine trials; 'Wanted to do something for humanity'Thane, Pune, Pimpri belt: Lockdown again Gangster Vikas Dubey encounter: Dead men tell no tales FPJ EXCLUSIVE: Maharashtra cracks whip on Remdesivir black marketeersTwo steps backward, one step forward: Envoy says China is neither a warlike state, nor an assertive country 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
2020-07-10Engage NGOs in the fight against COVID-19, says Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray - Free Press Journal
Engage NGOs in the fight against COVID-19, says Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav ThackerayBy Sanjay Jog Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray advised the BMC to implement ‘Chase the Virus’ model with the active involvement of NGOs and supply them with the necessary equipment so that the spread of virus is controlled.Maharashtra CM Uddhav ThackerayPhoto: Uddhav Thackeray Official Page/Facebook With the rising coronavirus cases in municipal corporations limits of Thane district, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday expressed serious concerns and asked the municipal commissioners not to unilaterally fight the war against virus but involve more and more citizens and social organisations. He directed them to set up jumbo facilities on the lines of BMC.The timing of today’s meeting was crucial as Thane, Kalyan Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Navi Mumbai and Panvel have emerged as epicenter of Covid 19 as the cases are rising rapidly. He asked the municipal commissioners to further step up containment measures to curb the spread of the virus. The progressive cases as on date in Thane district is 1,59,662 with 6,918 deaths.The CM directed civic body chiefs to establish jumbo facilities with proper amenities on a war footing, considering the surge in coronavirus positive cases. He asked them to take the help of BMC, industries and various other organisations in this regard.Thackeray asked the municipal commissioners to establish Corona Dakshata (Vigilance) Committees which can work hand in hand with the members of public in early detection, tracing, tracking of the Covid 19 patients which will be useful for treating them in time. These committees can play a crucial role in creating awareness about the Covid 19, appealing the citizens not to rely on self medication but to approach doctors if they are suffering from cough, cold and fever.In a related development, Thackeray also held a meeting with the BMC Commissioner Iqbal Chahal led team and asked him to set up ward wise units to build proper connect between the citizens and the administration by involving NGOs. He hailed BMC’s efforts to contain coronavirus in densely populated Dharavi slums and also in other areas. However, he asked the civic body to be more careful to tackle the waterborne diseases along with Covid 19 during monsoon.CM advised the BMC to implement ‘Chase the Virus’ model with the active involvement of NGOs and supply them with the necessary equipment so that the spread of virus is controlled.He also asked BMC to engage NGOs and citizen organisations to spray the disinfectants by providing them with gadgets and disinfectants. This is necessary as the BMC cannot rely on the contractors to complete the job as they are facing shortage of workers as they have migrated to home states during 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) BMCNGOkalyanDombivliPanvelCM Uddhav ThackearyCoronavirusCOVID 19iqbal chahalCorona Dakshata Recent StoriesVikas Dubey encounter killing: Many predicted Kanpur criminal's fatal endFrom Mahakal Temple to Kanpur encounter: Tracing Vikas Dubey's last moments'Masala Bollywood justice': Twitter shocked by Vikas Dubey's 'encounter' en route to Kanpur ICSE, ISC Results 2020: Class 10th and 12th results to be declared today; Check on cisce.orgVikas Dubey encounter: Kanpur gangster shot dead - latest updates 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
2020-07-10Mumbai lost 68 lives to COVID-19 in 48 hours - Mid-day
Maharashtra's COVID-19 count on Thursday crossed 2.3 lakh cases, with 6,875 new infections reported in the past 24 hours, and Mumbai reported more than 1,200 of the state's daily cases. A total of 219 new casualties has been recorded, including 68 in the city. State health department officials said that Mumbai and Pune recorded the highest number of novel Coronavirus cases on Thursday, with 1,268 and 1,277, respectively. Other districts with a high number of daily cases include Kalyan Dombivli, which reported 743 new infections, Thane reported 654 cases and Pimpri Chinchwad 413. Of the 219 casualties, 28 were reported in Thane, 20 in Pune, 18 in Kalyan Dombivli, nine each in Raigad and Bhiwandi, eight each in Panvel and Solapur, seven each in Vasai-Virar, Jalgaon and Pimpri Chinchwad, five in Navi Mumbai, four in Nashik, three each in Satara, Ulhasnagar and Mira Bhayandar, two each in Ahmednagar, Nandurbar and Nagpur and one each in Amravati, Nanded, Latur, Jalna and Palghar, besides 68 in Mumbai. So far, COVID-19 has taken as many as 9,667 lives in the state, and 5,132 of them were from Mumbai. The mortality rate in the state now stands at 4.19 per cent. The civic officials said that all the 68 deaths in Mumbai took place in the past 48 hours. Among them, 27 patients suffered from other ailments, and 43 were senior citizens. According to the civic officials, the overall growth rate of cases in the city stands at 1.49 per cent, and the daily growth rate in nine administrative wards is higher than the average. Only T ward now has a growth rate of 3 per cent; the others have a lower rate. With 397 COVID-19-related deaths, G North ward ranks the highest, followed by K East ward with 381 deaths. However, G North ward now has the third highest number of cases. On Thursday, nine new cases were reported in Dharavi, 23 in Dadar and 17 in Mahim. There was a marginal improvement in the state's recovery rate on Thursday and it now stands at 55.19 per cent. With nearly 24,000 active cases in the city, the recovery rate has dropped by a point to 67 per cent. In the state, 93,652 patients are currently undergoing treatment, and 4,067 patients were discharged on Thursday after full recovery. 2,30,599Total coronavirus cases in maha as of today Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Tags Coronavirusmumbaimaharashtralockdownmumbai news Monsoon expected to arrive in Mumbai in the next 48 hours Related News Quirky Coronavirus cuisine: This restaurant makes edible parottas shaped like face masks Coronavirus Outbreak: Man kills self after wife refuses to move in with him Madhubani artist's handpainted cotton face masks for Rs 50 go viral Top Stories Doc transferred, 4 nurses dismissed for exchange of bodies at hospital Sanjay Nirupam demands ED probe in CM Uddhav Thackeray's new home deal On eve of birthday, 2 seats allotted for Sunil Gavaskar, wife again Jagdeep (1939-2020): Soorma and lovely curse of Sholay! Lockdown: How Mumbai, committed to its trains, turned to buses After Shekhar sends statement via email, cops call him for more clarity Heavy rain trigger landslide in Raigad, Mumbai-Goa highway shut Loading... Recommended Videos Was disappointed when I was replaced after Mirzya: Saiyami Kher Jacqueline Fernandez says she's been dealing with major anxiety lately Arthur Road Prison scripts success story battling COVID-19 Katrina and Varun entertain fans with their reels videos on Instagram Latest News Mumbai Crime: FIR against cop for sending obscene videos to woman officer Aishwarya Rai Bachchan wishes hubby Abhishek for his web debut Breathe; see post Paws-ible DIYs Heavy rain trigger landslide in Raigad, Mumbai-Goa highway shut Hindi News Health Education Nai Dunia Inext Her Zindagi Radio City Gujarati News Urdu News Mid-Day Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Android Telegram Subscribe Sunday mid-day Subscription Ad Booking About Us Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Authors Sitemap RSS Copyright © 2020 Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd. All Rights Reserved. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK
2020-07-09Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray wants jumbo Covid centres in 6 MMR areas - Times of India
Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray wants jumbo Covid centres in 6 MMR areasTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Lockdown NewsCorona Deaths in MaharashtraMumbai RainsMumbai Corona UpdateMaharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray wants jumbo Covid centres in 6 MMR areasSandhya Nair & Bhavika Jain | TNN | Updated: Jul 10, 2020, 05:42 ISTMaharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray (File photo)MUMBAI: On a day chief minister Uddhav Thackeray took stock of Thane district’s worsening Covid-19 crisis, cases in Thane city and Kalyan-Dombivli hit a new high. Thane breached the 12,000 mark, having added 2,000 cases in just six days, and the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation reported 580 cases on Thursday, its highest for a single day so far. Thane district’s cumulative positivity rate of 33% is the highest in the state. It is followed by Raigad (30%) and Palghar (29%) districts. Thackeray held a video review with the civic chiefs of Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Bhiwandi-Nizampur and Ulhasnagar and directed them to set up jumbo medical centres like those in Mumbai. He emphasised increased testing, contact tracing and community participation. He said MMR had failed to set up jumbo facilities despite the government insisting on it since March. The CM allayed concerns over the recent transfers of some municipal commissioners during the pandemic. He said it had nothing to do with their performance, but certain quick decisions had to be taken in the face of mounting Covid-19 numbers. Thane city’s cases touched 12,053, with 348 testing positive on Thursday, including an assistant police inspector. With 16 deaths, including that of a constable, the toll now is 446. Thane had crossed the 10,000 cases mark on July 4. Civic officials attributed the 2,000 cases in six days to rigorous testing. Thane police commissioner Vivek Phansalkar urged people with symptoms to get tested at designated centres. The CM’s principal advisor Ajoy Mehta, who attended Thursday’s meeting, cautioned that Thane district’s rising cases were a concern for the state and nation. Kalyan-Dombivli the total cases rose to 10,931. Six persons succumbed on Thursday, taking the death toll of 158. The civic administration has dispersed 10,000 antigen kits to private doctors and non-Covid hospitals to help with rapid testing. Another 25,000 kits are expected soon, officials said. Civic officials said a jumbo facility comprising 25,000 beds is being planned in KDMC. As cases in Navi Mumbai jumped to 8,518 with 239 new positives, Turbhe slum, which is among the worst hit, improved its contact tracing ratio to 1:26. No fresh case has been reported in this slum for the past 10 days. NMMC’s overall contact tracing stands at 1:11. It has now set a target of 1:20 for the city. Nine deaths on Thursday took the toll there to 278. The Panvel City Municipal Corporation area saw 165 fresh cases on Thursday, taking the total to 3,330. Two deaths took the toll to 90. Mira-Bhayander reported 185 new cases, taking its tally to 4,993. Two deaths there took the toll to 178. The civic administration’s plans to stop home quarantine and introduce compulsory institutional quarantine received a setback with 13 hotels refusing to convert their premises into care centres. 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2020-07-09Coronavirus in Mumbai: State level meeting to be held today to discuss lockdown extension in MMR - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mumbai: State level meeting to be held today to discuss lockdown extension in MMRBy FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: PTI Amid rise in coronavirus cases in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), a meeting will be held in on Thursday to discuss about extending the lockdown.According to a report by Mid-Day, a state level meeting will be held on Thursday to discuss lockdown extension in MMR. Number of COVID-19 cases in MMR has doubled in the past 15 days with the number of active cases being 50 per cent more than that of Mumbai. S J Kunte, additional chief secretary and in-charge of MMR for COVID-19 management, told the leading daily that lockdown helps to cut the chain of spread. Kunte said that while the number of cases is increasing, many citizens are opposed to the lockdown, which will necessitate a balance in the plans going ahead.The MMR includes Thane district, Thane city, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Mira-Bhayandar, Palghar and Vasai-Virar.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: Taximen's Union write to CM Uddhav Thackeray to allow 3+1 passengers in taxisTill Thursday, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), which includes Mumbai city, accounted for the highest 3,808 cases, taking the region's count of patients to 1,55,578. It reported 107 deaths during the day, due to which its fatality count rose to 6,759.The number of coronavirus positive patients in Mumbai is now 87,856, while the death toll has reached 5,064. In the MMR, Thane city and Kalyan Dombivali, two satellite cities, are the worst-hit with 13,012 and 11,755 cases recorded so far respectively.Meanwhile, The coronavirus death toll in Mumbai crossed the 5,000-mark on Wednesday with 62 new fatalities, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. While the death toll reached 5,061, the tally of coronavirus cases in the country's financial capital rose to 87,513 with 1,381 new patients found. (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 Metropolitan RegionMMRCoronavirus Recent StoriesMumbai: Stress fund soon to kick start slum rehab projectsPMSSS 2020-21: Online registrations for students of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh are open at aicte-jk-scholarship-gov.in/ Coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh: Adityanath govt imposes lockdown in the state from Friday till July 13 Kerala Gold Smuggling: After Vijayan writes to PM Modi, Centre allows NIA to probe matter; cites national securityCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: COVID-19 tally of Panvel Municipal Corporation reaches 3,330 as of July 9 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
2020-07-09Maharashtra: Light at the end of the tunnel - Frontline
Maharashtra: Light at the end of the tunnel Lyla Bavadam Print edition : July 31, 2020 T+ T- Health workers screen people for COVID-19 symptoms at a slum in Mumbai on July 8. Photo: Rafiq Maqbool/AP The COVID situation continues to take Mumbai through ups and downs, but there seems to be a slight improvement. Mumbai continues to experience ups and downs in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is a distinct feeling that the “ups”are gaining ground.The statistics of July 7 showed an encouraging drop in the number of cases of infection, with Mumbai recording 806, the lowest single-day figure in the past two months. Even Dharavi, which until recently was a hotspot, recorded only one new case on that day. The city’s doubling rate, which was about 14 days at the start of June, is now 38 days. In Dharavi, it is 102 days.After the initial easing of restrictions on June 1, the State government has been slowly adding to the list of things that will lead the city back to normal life. Local trains have started running, albeit with fewer services. Only those engaged in essential services and those who have to travel to work are permitted to ride the trains. Self-employed people such as electricians, plumbers and others who provide services have also been allowed to start working as long as they carry identity cards and licences given by their associations. Taxis and rickshaws plying on the roads are also bringing back a sense of normalcy.The government is going to implement staggered working hours for its staff in order to space out the load on public transport. While the ban on gyms, malls and dining-in restaurants still holds good, the easing up for salons, barber shops, cobblers, stand-alone shops selling non-essential goods has brought relief to small and medium businesses.Hotels, lodges and guest houses started operating on July 8 with 33 per cent occupancy. It is doubtful how many guests will check in in a situation where there are still no international flights and no tourists or people visiting on business. Yet, the very act of allowing hotels to reopen is an indicator that things are looking up. The State government has issued guidelines with standard operating procedures for hygiene and restrictions in the functioning of gyms, pools and other common areas within hotels.Opening up of testingThe Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has also taken a step forward with its decision to open up testing for coronavirus. Earlier, only patients with symptoms could be tested, and that, too, with a doctor’s prescription. Those who had no symptoms or no high-risk contact but still wanted to reassure themselves that they were free of the virus could not get tested. Now they can do so at 17 designated private labs in the city at a cost of Rs.2,500 without a doctor’s prescription. If the test report is positive, a hospital bed is allocated through ward-level “war rooms” of the BMC. A BMC press release said 3,63,120 tests had been conducted in the city until the first week of July.The move is part of the BMC’s Mission Universal Testing, which aims to get every Mumbaikar tested. It is in keeping with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) guideline that States should do away with the need for a doctor’s prescription for testing. The move may result in a spike in recorded cases as more people come forward to get themselves tested.There are also signs that the COVID graph in Mumbai may be plateauing, though the situation might change with increased testing. As of July 5, there were 23,732 active cases in the city against 27,659 active cases as of June 25.Such encouraging developments notwithstanding, the crisis persists. The number of positive cases is rising in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region comprising eight major civic bodies of Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Thane, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan Dombivli, and Panvel. Government data show that between June 1 and June 23 the number of positive cases in Mumbai increased by around 70 per cent. During that period, the MMR saw a 235 per cent surge. Cases in Navi Mumbai leapt from 2,673 to 5,923; in Thane they rose from 3,721 to 7477; Ulhasnagar saw a rise from 331 to 1,084 cases. The worst hit was Mira Road and Bhayander, where the number of cases jumped from 699 to 2,510. This sudden increase is being unofficially attributed to the relaxation of the lockdown, which saw local trains running and offices reopening.Economic hardshipsThere are job losses at all levels. The fact that street vendors are not able to ply their trade yet and the tight rein on local train services are aspects that will have to be tackled in the near future for the city to become an economic powerhouse again. With over 10 lakh migrant workers having left for their home States, there is a severe shortage of labour. Mumbai perhaps appreciates for the first time the symbiotic relationship that existed between the services provided by migrant workers and the job opportunities the city provided. Many of them wish to return but are finding it difficult to do so; there are also fears about the COVID-19 situation in Mumbai. The return of migrant labour is crucial to the city’s functioning.The Maha Vikas Aghadi government has tried to plug this gap by launching the Maha Jobs portal on which potential employers can post information about job openings. The only negative thing about it is the insistence on a domicile certificate, a throwback to the days when the Shiv Sena used to rant about preferences for the Marathi manoos. However, it is unlikely that returning migrant workers will face problems on this count. For exhausted Mumbaikars, the lifting of even the smallest restriction is welcome. The city, which put up with more than three months of stringent curbs, is now gradually emerging out of a dark zone. Mumbaikars also bore the brunt of subtle and not-so subtle jibes from the Centre. Of course, these were part of an ugly political game with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) using the pandemic to belittle its former ally, the Shiv Sena. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray reacted with a composure that, quite frankly, one hardly expected from a Sena leader. It is only now that he finally took a dig at the Centre through his party newspaper, Saamna. 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2020-07-09Set up citizens committees to combat Covid, says Thackeray - Outlook India
Set up citizens committees to combat Covid, says Thackeray Outlook July 09, 2020 18:13 IST Set up citizens committees to combat Covid, says Thackeray outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Set up citizens committees to combat Covid, says Thackeray Mumbai, July 9 (IANS) Stressing the need to involve the common people, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday called for setting up local ''Corona Vigilance Committees'' to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. "The growing incidence of coronavirus in Thane district is worrying. The Municipal Commissioners must involve the citizens of their respective cities and towns, along with local NGOs. It will then be easier to control this scourge," Thackeray said. Making the first of its kind suggestion, he pointed out how such mass participation had helped during the Independence movement, and recently the public boycott of Chinese goods had sent a big message across. "Likewise, the battle with corona is not just about the government. Set up Corona Vigilance Committees in every city, town, villages and hamlets, get the local people, youth and NGOs to join. Check the health of high-risk persons like senior citizens, their chronic ailments, their oxygen levels, hygiene, whether they wear masks and take other precautions," said Thackeray. He referred to the malaria and dengue spread in 2010 when the slum-dwellers and people of Mumbai joined in a big way in spraying of public areas to control the diseases and called for a similar ''mission mode'' to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. Thackeray''s suggestion came during a video-conference with the Municipal Commissioners of Thane district''s civic bodies like Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar and Mira-Bhayander, when he sought to impress that the battle with corona cannot be fought alone and must involve citizens and NGOs. Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar and the CM''s Principal Advisor Ajoy Mehta directed all the Municipal Commissioners to crack the whip and take stringent steps to prevent the further spread of coronavirus in the district, while Konkan Divisional Commissioner Lokesh Chandra made certain suggestions for the region. Thackeray pointed out that with almost four months experience in tackling corona, everybody has acquired enough knowledge on the dos and don''ts, and instructions from the government are also self-explanatory. "I am certain that you will get success if all the officials are more careful and take appropriate action. Some officials were replaced not because they were inefficient, but now Covid has spread so much that we needed to take tough steps to prevent its further multiplication," he added. Citing the example of Mumbai, he asked the authorities to build jumbo facilities for Corona patients along with ICU and oxygen beds, and seek help from industrial houses, private companies and other organisations in this endeavour. Thackeray said that given the possibility of the number of patients increasing over the coming days, it was urgent and imperative to set up jumbo Covid-care facilities outside Mumbai. "The jumbo facilities in Mumbai are not merely tents, but they have full-fledged treatment facilities, beds, ICU beds, oxygen beds, drinking water, drainage, toilets, etc. The civic bodies must also make arrangements to stock up adequate medicines required for the future," he said. The Konkan division comprises Mumbai district, Mumbai Suburban district, Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg, with a total of eight Municipal Corporations, 17 Municipal Councils and 23 City Councils under its jurisdiction. Within the division falls the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, including the Thane district which has notched up 67,722 cases and 1,695 deaths till date, besides Mumbai''s 5,064 fatalities and 87,856 cases. --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 No International Sports In China This Year Except Beijing 2022 Trials 'If Covid Made Us Anxious, This Will Make Us Fall Apart,' Say Indian Students In US On New Visa Rules ENG Vs PAK: Pakistan Spinner Yasir Shah Reveals His 'Most Important Weapon' For England Series More from Outlook Magazine In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala Why Hotel Business In Rajasthan Not In The Pink Of Health And Quiet Flows The Ganges... No Divine Blessing For Devbhoomi As Tourism Suffers Next Story : Add fruit, veggies and grains to diet to reduce type 2 diabetes risk Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-09Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai: NMMC to add 150 more ICU beds amid rise in cases - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Navi Mumbai: NMMC to add 150 more ICU beds amid rise in casesBy FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: ANI Amid rise in coronavirus cases in Navi Mumbai, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has decided to increase its ICU beds strength by 150.According to a report by Times of India, 75 ICU beds will added to COVID care centre at Vashi Exhibition Centre, while another 75 beds will added at MGM hospital in Sanpada.With as many as 1,799 people testing coronavirus positive in Maharashtra's Thane on Wednesday, the tally of patients in the district crossed the 47,000-mark. The case count now stood at 47,063.Also ReadCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: NMMC and PMC take strict measures as COVID-19 cases reach 7,115As the virus claimed 51 more lives, the district's death toll grew to 1,404. The number of patients in Thane and Navi Mumbai cities crossed 10,000 each with 11,705 and 10,351 new cases respectively.Kalyan topped the list with 471 new cases on Wednesday, followed by Thane city at 410 and Navi Mumbai at 207. Mira Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar townships reported 177 and 172 cases respectively. The COVID-19 recovery rate of the district stood at 54.51 per cent and the mortality rate at 2.98 per cent.(Inputs from Agencies) (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go) navi mumbaiNMMCNavi Mumbai Municipal Corporation Recent StoriesMumbai: Stress fund soon to kick start slum rehab projectsPMSSS 2020-21: Online registrations for students of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh are open at aicte-jk-scholarship-gov.in/ Coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh: Adityanath govt imposes lockdown in the state from Friday till July 13 Kerala Gold Smuggling: After Vijayan writes to PM Modi, Centre allows NIA to probe matter; cites national securityCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: COVID-19 tally of Panvel Municipal Corporation reaches 3,330 as of July 9 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
2020-07-09Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: India's COVID-19 tally set to cross over 7.5 lakh today - CNBCTV18
Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: India's COVID-19 tally set to cross over 7.5 lakh today Ajay Vaishnav | Published: July 09, 2020 08:52 AM IST share event highlights Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: India is set to cross the 7.5 lakh COVID-19 cases on Thursday. The country's COVID-19 totalled to 7,42,417 on Wednesday with a single-day rise of 22,752 infections and 482 fresh deaths even though the recovery rate further improved to over 61.5 percent. The death toll climbed to 20,642. Jul 9, 2020 09:31 Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Clinical trials for Ayurvedic formulations against COVID-19 to be initiated in India, US Ayurvedic practitioners and researchers in India and the US are planning to initiate joint clinical trials for Ayurveda formulations against the novel coronavirus, the Indian envoy here has said.      In a virtual interaction with a group of eminent Indian-American scientists, academicians, and doctors on Wednesday, Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu said the vast network of institutional engagements have brought scientific communities between the two countries together in the fight against COVID-19. Share: Jul 9, 2020 09:20 Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: United Airlines warns 36,000 workers they could be laid off United Airlines is warning 36,000 employees nearly half its U.S. staff they could be furloughed in October, the clearest signal yet of how deeply the virus pandemic is hurting the airline industry. The outlook for a recovery in the airline industry has dimmed in just the past two weeks, as infection rates rise in much of the U.S. and some states impose new quarantine requirements on travelers. Airlines say they must shrink to match falling travel demand. American Airlines executives have said they could have 20,000 more employees than the airline will need this fall. United told employees Wednesday that not everyone who gets a layoff notice will be furloughed. The company said job losses could be reduced if enough employees accept buyouts or early retirement by a deadline next week. Share: Jul 9, 2020 09:12 Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: US lawmakers seek probe into efforts made by Chinese govt to exploit COVID-19 outbreak A group of 14 US lawmakers have introduced a bill in the Congress which demands the government to identify, analyse, and combat alleged efforts made by the Chinese government to exploit the COVID-19 pandemic for nationalistic gains.      Introduced by Congressman Jared Golden and co-sponsored by 13 other Congressmen, the 'Preventing China from Exploiting COVID-19 Act' would mandate the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) to investigate the ways in which the Chinese government intends to seize on the COVID-19 pandemic to promote its interests on the national stage and evaluate the risks to the United States.      It also asks the DNI to provide policymakers with information they need to address and counter Chinese actions, when necessary, and report its findings to the Congress. Share: Jul 9, 2020 09:01 Kerala: 25 Commandos of Special Armed Police (SAP) deployed in Poonthura to enforce lockdown guidelines. Kerala DGP says, "Coast Guard, Coastal Security, & Marine Enforcement also put on guard here to prevent fishing boats going out to or returning from Tamil Nadu." (08.07.20) pic.twitter.com/K15LSeTLjE— ANI (@ANI) July 9, 2020 Share: Jul 9, 2020 08:50 Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Thane's COVID-19 count crosses 47,000-mark with 1,799 cases With as many as 1,799 people testing coronavirus positive in Maharashtra's Thane on Wednesday, the tally of patients in the district crossed the 47,000-mark, a senior official said. The case count now stood at 47,063, the district official said here. As the virus claimed 51 more lives, the district's death toll grew to 1,404. The number of patients in Thane and Navi Mumbai cities crossed 10,000 each with 11,705 and 10,351 new cases respectively. Kalyan topped the list with 471 new cases on Wednesday, followed by Thane city at 410 and Navi Mumbai at 207. Mira Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar townships reported 177 and 172 cases respectively. The COVID-19 recovery rate of the district stood at 54.51 percent and the mortality rate at 2.98 percent. Share: Jul 9, 2020 08:35 Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Maharashtra cases top 2.17 lakh, Delhi over 1.02 lakh, Tamil Nadu above 1.18 lakh Maharashtra has reported the highest number of cases at 2,17,121, followed by Tamil Nadu at 1,18,594, Delhi at 1,02,831, Gujarat at 37, 550, Uttar Pradesh at 29,968, Telangana at 27,612 and Karnataka at 26,815, according to the ministry's data.      The number of COVID-19 cases has gone up to 23,837 in West Bengal, 21,404 in Rajasthan, 21,197 in Andhra Pradesh, 17,999 in Haryana and 15,627 in Madhya Pradesh.      It has risen to 12,570 in Bihar, 12,522 in Assam, 10,097 in Odisha and 8,931 in Jammu and Kashmir. Punjab has reported 6,749 novel coronavirus infections so far, while Kerala has 5,894 cases.      A total of 3,415 people have been infected by the virus in Chhattisgarh, 3,230 in Uttarakhand, 2,996 in Jharkhand, 1,903 in Goa, 1,704 in Tripura, 1,430 in Manipur, 1,083 in Himachal Pradesh and 1,041 in Ladakh.      Puducherry has recorded 930 COVID-19 cases, Nagaland 625, Chandigarh 494 and Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu together have reported 405 cases. Arunachal Pradesh has reported 276 cases, Mizoram has 197 cases, Andaman and Nicobar Islands has 147, Sikkim has registered 125 infections so far, while Meghalaya has recorded 80 cases. Share: Jul 9, 2020 08:26 Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Maharashtra, Delhi, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh top in fatalities; NE states lowest Of the total 20,642 deaths reported till 8 am on Wednesday, Maharashtra accounted for the highest 9,250 fatalities followed by Delhi with 3,165 deaths, Gujarat with 1,977, Tamil Nadu with 1,636, Uttar Pradesh with 827, West Bengal with 804, Madhya Pradesh with 622, Rajasthan with 472 and Karnataka with 416 deaths. The COVID-19 death toll reached 313 in Telangana, 279 in Haryana, 252 in Andhra Pradesh, 175 in Punjab, 143 in Jammu and Kashmir, 104 in Bihar, 43 in Uttarakhand, 42 in Odisha and 27 in Kerala.        Jharkhand has registered 22 deaths, Chhattisgarh, Assam and Puducherry 14 each, Himachal Pradesh 11, Goa eight, Chandigarh seven, Arunachal Pradesh two and Meghalaya, Tripura and Ladakh have reported one fatality each. 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2020-07-0975 Pakistanis stranded in India return home - Outlook India
75 Pakistanis stranded in India return home Outlook July 09, 2020 23:48 IST 75 Pakistanis stranded in India return home outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 New Delhi, Jul 9 (PTI) A batch of 75 Pakistanis, who were stranded in India due to the coronavirus outbreak, has returned home via the Attari-Wagah border, the Pakistan High Commission here said on Thursday. These Pakistanis were stranded due to the lockdown and closure of the Attari-Wagah border for regular movement following the COVID-19 pandemic in different Indian cities such as Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Amritsar, Bareilly, Hoshangabad, Hyderabad, Indore, Jodhpur, Kanpur Nagar, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Raipur, Saharanpur, Thiroor, Ulhasnagar and Vellore, the Pakistan High Commission said in a statement. Since March 20, around 500 stranded Pakistanis have been repatriated from India, it said. The Pakistan High Commission would continue to extend all possible assistance to the remaining stranded Pakistanis in India for their return home at the earliest, the statement said. PTI ASK CK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Will Apex Council Member Alka Rehani Bhardwaj Be Axed? Supreme Court Likely To Hear BCCI Matter BCCI CEO Rahul Johri Asked To Leave Via Mail, Resignation Accepted Manuel Pellegrini To Take Charge Of Real Betis From Next Season More from Outlook Magazine In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala Why Hotel Business In Rajasthan Not In The Pink Of Health And Quiet Flows The Ganges... No Divine Blessing For Devbhoomi As Tourism Suffers Next Story : For 1st time, female soldier set to join a Green Beret team Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-08Coronavirus cases in Thane district cross 50,000-mark with more than 290 per cent increase in a month - Mumbai Live
Coronavirus cases in Thane district cross 50,000-mark with more than 290 per cent increase in a monthCoronavirus cases in Thane district cross 50,000-mark with more than 290 per cent increase in a monthAs of June 7, 2020, Thane district had 50,829 cases, out of which 19,459 cases have recovered and 1,381 deaths have been reported from the locality. Currently, a total of 29,988 cases are active in the Thane District.By Mumbai Live TeamHealth ThaneSHARESAdvertisementThe number of coronavirus cases in Thane district and other areas near Mumbai has been increasing over the last few months. Observing this, the state government and the local municipal corporations decided to impose strict lockdown, thereby ensuring safety. Data released by the state health Ministry on June 7, 2020, stated that the number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Thane district has crossed the 50,000-mark with two municipal corporations reporting more than 10,000 cases. As of Tuesday, the district had a total of 50,829 cases. Out of the 50,829 cases, a total of 11,243 cases are identified in Kalyan Dombivli, 12,568 from areas under Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC), 9,426 from Navi Mumbai, 6,763 from Thane, 4,995 from Mira-Bhayandar, 3,214 from Ulhasnagar, and 2,620 from BhiwandiFurther, 19,459 cases have recovered and 1,381 deaths have been reported from the locality. Currently, approximately 59 per cent, i.e., a total of 29,988 cases are active in the Thane District.Over the last month, i.e., between June 7, 2020, and July 8, 2020, the district has seen an increase in the number of cases by 290 per cent. Data released by the  State Health Department on June 7, 2020, showed that Thane had a total of 13,004 cases. Besides this, the district, within the last one week, i.e, between July 1 and July 7, 2020, has an increase by 30 per cent, i.e. 11,000 coronavirus cases, where on July 1, Thane district had 39,316 cases.Data released as with ornaments will cooperation states that the localities under the TMC currently have a doubling rate of around 20 days.हिंदी में पढ़ेंमराठी मध्ये वाचाRELATED TOPICSCoronavirusCOVID-19ThaneKalyan DombivliUlhasnagarNavi MumbaiBhiwandiMira Bhayandar  Loading next story...Latest NewsLegendary actor Jagdeep passes away at 81JBL Launches Premium CLUB Series Noise-Cancelling Headphones in IndiaInstagram starts rolling out its Reels feature for Android, iOS in IndiaMaharashtra Govt to recruit 10,000 police personnel96 per cent of complaints related to bills have been resolved : AdaniPlasma Therapy Unit Inaugurated By Sachin Tendulkar In Seven Hills HospitalAdvertisementCivicMaharashtra Govt to recruit 10,000 police personnel96 per cent of complaints related to bills have been resolved : AdaniPlasma Therapy Unit Inaugurated By Sachin Tendulkar In Seven Hills HospitalCoronavirus cases in Thane district cross 50,000-mark with more than 290 per cent increase in a monthIndia could witness 2.87 lakh cases every day by the end of 2021: MIT studyCOVID-19 outbreak: Mumbai overtakes China in coronavirus deaths and cases 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)
2020-07-08COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai records lowest single-day spike; shops can remain open for additional 2 hours - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai records lowest single-day spike; shops can remain open for additional 2 hoursJul 8, 2020, 21.08PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai records lowest single-day spike; shops can remain open for additional 2 hoursWith a spike of over 20,00 cases, India's COVID-19 caseload inched towards eight lakh on Wednesday while 482 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours. The total count of cases reached 7.42 lakh and the death toll has gone up to 20,642.In Maharashtra, a total of 5,134 new COVID-19 cases and 224 deaths were reported, taking the total number of cases to 2.17 lakh. Meanwhile, in some positive development, Mumbai recorded the lowest single-day figure in nearly two months as the number of cases came down to 806, taking the tally to 86,132. In Dharavi too, only one new case was reported. The Maharashtra government has also decided to allow markets and shops to remain open for an additional two hours from July 9 pm, in non-containment zones. Hotels can re-open with 33% occupancy from today.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-07-08 21:08(IST) No respite for Ulhasnagar, Ambernath; Badlapur sees sudden spikeUlhasnagar reported 172 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 3,260. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 75 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 2,378. At present, 439 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Wednesday, 85 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 1,158 with 19 deaths. Read full report here2020-07-08 19:43(IST) Gujarat reports highest single-day spike of 783 COVID-19 cases to take tally to 38,419; toll at 1,995 as 16 die: Health dept2020-07-08 19:26(IST) Tamil Nadu corona count goes up by 3,756 to a total of 1,22,350As many as 3,756 persons tested positive for coronavirus infection in Tamil Nadu over the past 24 hours, the state health department officials said.In a statement issued here on Wednesday, the health department said the state recorded new coronavirus infections for 3,756 persons, taking the total tally to 122,350.The total number of Covid-19 patients who died over the past 24-hours was 64 taking the death toll in the state to 1,700.On the positive side, 3,051 Covid-19 patients were cured and discharged from various hospitals in the state. The total number of cured persons goes up to 74,167.The number of active Covid-19 cases in the state after taking into account the cured and dead stands at 46,480.2020-07-08 19:20(IST) GoM to meet on Thursday to review Covid situationWith the number of coronavirus cases zooming past the 7-lakh mark in India, the Group of Ministers (GoM) will hold a meeting to take stock of the Covid-19 situation in the country at the Nirman Bhawan here on Thursday.The last high-level meeting was held on June 27 to review, monitor and evaluate the evolving situation. The meeting was chaired by Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Harsh Vardhan through video conferencing.During the meeting, it was stated that 85.5 per cent of active cases and 87 per cent of total deaths were reported from eight states -- Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Telangana, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal.06:55 PM (IST) COVID-19: Thane Hospital hands over wrong body to the familyIn an unfortunate turn of events, the family members of a patient in Thane who accidentally cremated another patient's remains, learned that their relative who was alive all along had passed away on Tuesday night. On Wednesday, Mirror had reported that the Thane Municipal Corporation's recently inaugurated 1000-bed hospital had bungled up and given the body of a deceased patient to another family, who went and cremated the body on July 3. Mirror spoke to Sandeep Sonawane, a relative of the patient, who stated that he and his family attended to the patients remains earlier today. "We do not mind the extra expense, but the entire situation has been extremely harrowing for all of us," he said, adding that the family had no plans to seek criminal proceedings against the hospital or the civic body and simply wanted to put the incident behind them.2020-07-08 18:30(IST) Indian Navy: Operation Samudra Setu culminates after bringing 3,992 Indians back to their homeland by seaOperation Samudra Setu, which was launched on 5th May 2020 as part of the national effort to repatriate Indian citi… https://t.co/PPAO7J6La8— ANI (@ANI) 15942131100002020-07-08 18:28(IST) COVID-19 cases reach 1,092 in Himachal Pradesh, active cases stand at 260: State Health Department06:27 PM (IST) Kerala recorded 301 new COVID-19 cases and 107 recoveries today, taking active cases to 2605. A total of 3561 patients have recovered from the disease so farKK Shailaja, Kerala Health Minister2020-07-08 18:18(IST) Tamil Nadu reports 64 deaths and 3,756 new COVID-19 positive cases on Wednesday2020-07-08 17:48(IST) Mizoram reports 3 new COVID-19 positive cases, total number of cases in the state stands at 2012020-07-08 17:14(IST) Recovery rate 61.53% on Wednesday: Union Health MinistryDuring the last 24 hours, a total of 16,883 COVID-19 patients have been cured, taking the cumulative figure of recovered cases to 4,56,830 so far. "The rate of recovery among COVID-19 patients continues to increase over the days. It has touched 61.53 percent today," said the Union Health Ministry.2020-07-08 16:35(IST) Maharashtra Police reports 278 COVID-19 cases and one death in the last 48 hours, taking active cases in the force to 1,113 and death toll to 71: Police04:01 PM (IST) Cabinet approves extension of time limit for availing the benefits of "Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana" for Ujjwala beneficiaries by three months with effect from 1st July 2020Union Minister Prakash Javadekar2020-07-08 15:24(IST) Pune Police urges people to follow rules“In the last four days, a total of 2432 cases have been registered by Pune police for various violations. Urge Punekars for self-discipline. It is time every one of us together take measures. Stringent enforcement of lockdown will continue," said Commissioner of Police, Pune.People without mask - 778People roaming out without any reason (walking) - 901People roaming out without any reason (vehicle) - 336Vehicles seized - 262Vehicles with more than allowed capacity - 107Shops open more than the allowed timings - 45Social distancing violations in the shops - 32020-07-08 14:54(IST) Mumbai: Hotels in Mumbai resume their services from todayMaharashtra: Hotels in Mumbai resume their services after the State Government allowed them to operate at 33% capac… https://t.co/ZWxTj1TBiU— ANI (@ANI) 15941998700002020-07-08 14:35(IST) Bihar reports 749 new COVID-19 positive cases taking the total number of cases to 13,274: State Health Department2020-07-08 14:21(IST) Peak is coming in October in Karnataka... bureaucrats blocked our plans: Deputy Chief Minister Ashwath NarayanIn the initial days of Covid-19 breakout in Karnataka, the government had a plan on paper to brace for a situation like in Italy. Three months later, the plan still remains on paper. Bangalore Mirror spoke to Deputy Chief Minister Ashwath Narayan on what went wrong and why the State is found wanting to even handle a few thousand Covid-19 patients in Bengaluru. Read more2020-07-08 13:59(IST) COVID-19: Mumbai fresh cases drop below 1000; Maharashtra reports 5,134 fresh casesCases continue to surge as Maharashtra reported 5,134 fresh COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. This takes the state's total tally to 2,17,121. Tuesday's tally comes as a considerable dip as compared to what was reported last week. Read more2020-07-08 13:37(IST) Covid patient jumps to death from Rajasthan hospitalA Covid-19 patient on Wednesday jumped to his death from the second floor of the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) building here.Officials confirmed that the incident was reported around 10.30 a.m. The 78-year-old patient was a resident of Jaipur, and was admitted in the Covid-dedicated RUHS' ICU on Tuesday. On Wednesday, after breaking the net of the semi-ICU, he jumped to his death. (ANI)2020-07-08 13:36(IST) Thane CP urges people to stay indoors amid COVID-19 lockdownThane police commissioner Vivek Phansalkar on Wednesday appealed to citizens to help the administration fight the COVID-19 pandemic by staying indoors during the lockdown.As per official data, Maharashtra's Thane district has so far recorded over 45,000 COVID-19 cases, including 1,300 deaths.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. 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2020-07-08Thanes COVID-19 count crosses 47,000-mark with 1,799 cases - Republic World - Republic World
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2020-07-08Thane''s COVID-19 count crosses 47,000-mark with 1,799 cases - Outlook India
Thane''s COVID-19 count crosses 47,000-mark with 1,799 cases Outlook July 08, 2020 22:55 IST Thane''s COVID-19 count crosses 47,000-mark with 1,799 cases outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 8 (PTI) With as many as 1,799 people testing coronavirus positive in Maharashtra''s Thane on Wednesday, the tally of patients in the district crossed the 47,000-mark, a senior official said. The case count now stood at 47,063, the district official said here. As the virus claimed 51 more lives, the district''s death toll grew to 1,404. The number of patients in Thane and Navi Mumbai cities crossed 10,000 each with 11,705 and 10,351 new cases respectively. Kalyan topped the list with 471 new cases on Wednesday, followed by Thane city at 410 and Navi Mumbai at 207. Mira Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar townships reported 177 and 172 cases respectively. The COVID-19 recovery rate of the district stood at 54.51 per cent and the mortality rate at 2.98 per cent. A senior official of Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation in the district tested positive during the day and is presently under treatment, a civic official said. A health department employee of the same corporation succumbed to the infection on Wednesday, he added. The coronavirus positive cases in neighbouring Palghar, a predominantly tribal district, has risen to 8,141 and the death toll to 149, a senior official said. PTI CORi 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 Styrian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen Look To Bounce Back Alexander Zverev Hires David Ferrer As Coach Ryder Cup Postponed To 2021, Presidents Cup To 2022 More from Outlook Magazine In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala Why Hotel Business In Rajasthan Not In The Pink Of Health And Quiet Flows The Ganges... No Divine Blessing For Devbhoomi As Tourism Suffers Next Story : 7.14 lakh N-95 masks, 2.41 lakh PPE kits provided to Telangana: MoS Reddy Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-08COVID-19 cases cross 10,000 mark in Kalyan-Dombivli; death toll at 158 - Free Press Journal
COVID-19 cases cross 10,000 mark in Kalyan-Dombivli; death toll at 158By FPJ Web DeskRepresentational imagePhoto: BL Soni On Wednesday, COVID-19 cases crossed the 10,000 mark in the areas under the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation. There has been a surge is positive cases of the deadly virus in recent days, and as of now, the KDMC has reported more than 10,300 cases. As per the health bulletin issued by the MDMC, 471 cases were recorded on Wednesday. At present, the total tally stands at 10,351 positive cases. Of these, 5247 cases remain active, while 158 people have passed away. कल्याण डोंबिवली महानगरपालिका क्षेत्रात दि. ८ जुलै २०२० रोजी आढळून आलेल्या कोरोना बाधित रुग्णांची संख्या! #healthBulletin pic.twitter.com/lfNq3BlXNj— Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (@KDMCOfficial) July 8, 2020 Even as the COVID-19 tally stabilises somewhat in Mumbai, the surrounding cities and townships appear to have picked up the slack. On Wednesday, Thane's COVID-19 count crosses 47,000-mark. On Wednesday, while Kalyan recorded the highest spike in cases from the region, Thane city followed closely behind, with 410 cases. Navi Mumbai saw 207 fresh cases, while Mira Bhayandar recorded 177 and the Ulhasnagar township reported 172 cases. In related news, the Kalyan-Dombivli region recently got a dedicated COVID-19 Health Center. Located in the Savlaram Maharaj Krida Sankul (Dombivli MIDC sports complex), the Centre became operational on Tuesday. It has a 30-bed ICU and 155 beds with oxygen. It also has 10 ventilators and 15 BiPAP machines.७ जुलै २०२० पासून सावळाराम क्रिडा संकुल येथील सर्व सुविधायुक्त डेडिकेटेड कोविड हेल्थ सेंटर सुविधा सुरू होणार ! कै. सुरेंद्र वाजपेयी बंदिस्त क्रिडागृहात सुमारे १४००० स्क्वे. फिट जागेत सर्व सुविधायुक्त १५५ बेड ऑक्सिजन व ३० बेड आय.सी.यु तसेच १० व्हेंटिलेटर व १५ बायपॅपची सोय केली. pic.twitter.com/YZnxd2seE9— Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (@KDMCOfficial) July 6, 2020 (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) MUmbaiKalyan Dombivli Municipal CorporationKalyan-DombivliCOVID-19 Recent StoriesAIIMS sacks one, suspends another after bodies of two COVID-19 patients were exchangedInstagram launches Reels in India: Here's how you install and use the feature to make TikTok-like videosUP Police gun down two more aides of Kanpur gangster Vikas Dubey PM Narendra Modi to deliver inaugural address at India Global Week 2020 todayJK Rowling, Malcolm Gladwell slam transgender author who apologised for signing 'cancel culture' letter 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
2020-07-08Coronavirus in Thane: City reports 410 new cases; total cases near 12,000-mark - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Thane: City reports 410 new cases; total cases near 12,000-markBy AgenciesFPJ photo With as many as 1,799 people testing coronavirus positive in Maharashtra's Thane on Wednesday, the tally of patients in the district crossed the 47,000-mark, a senior official said. The case count now stood at 47,063, the district official said here. As the virus claimed 51 more lives, the district's death toll grew to 1,404. The number of patients in Thane and Navi Mumbai cities crossed 10,000 each with 11,705 and 10,351 new cases respectively.Also ReadDevendra Fadnavis visits Thane; stresses on need for staggered office timings to avoid rush in local trains Kalyan topped the list with 471 new cases on Wednesday, followed by Thane city at 410 and Navi Mumbai at 207. Mira Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar townships reported 177 and 172 cases respectively. The COVID-19 recovery rate of the district stood at 54.51 per cent and the mortality rate at 2.98 per cent. A senior official of Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation in the district tested positive during the day and is presently under treatment, a civic official said. A health department employee of the same corporation succumbed to the infection on Wednesday, he added. The coronavirus positive cases in neighbouring Palghar, a predominantly tribal district, has risen to 8,141 and the death toll to 149, a senior official said.Also ReadCoronavirus in Thane: Hospital goofs up, gives 72-year-old patient's body to wrong family (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) TMCCoronaviruscoronavirus in Thane Recent StoriesAIIMS sacks one, suspends another after bodies of two COVID-19 patients were exchangedInstagram launches Reels in India: Here's how you install and use the feature to make TikTok-like videosUP Police gun down two more aides of Kanpur gangster Vikas Dubey PM Narendra Modi to deliver inaugural address at India Global Week 2020 todayJK Rowling, Malcolm Gladwell slam transgender author who apologised for signing 'cancel culture' letter 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
2020-07-08Covid-19 cases in Thane cross 47,000 - United News of India
Covid-19 cases in Thane cross 47,000Thane, Jul 8 (UNI) With addition of 1,799 new corona positive cases here in a single day on Wednesday, the district's tally soared to 47,063, an official from the district administration said. Among the fresh cases, the highest were from Kalyan-Dombivili-471, followed by Thane-410, Navi Mumbai-207, Mira-Bhayander-177 and Ulhasnagar-172. With today's additions, both the Thane and Navi Mumbai city limits accounted for 11,705 and 10,351 positive cases, respectively.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-07-08Anyone opposed to online classes is anti-India: Bombay High Court - Free Press Journal
Anyone opposed to online classes is anti-India: Bombay High Court By Narsi Benwal In what could mean bad news for students opposing e-learning (online classes), the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court on Monday said that if any citizen questions the state government’s decision to encourage e-learning, it would be tantamount to acting against the ``interest and well-being” of the nation. The High Court made the strong observation while dealing with a PIL punching holes in the standard operating procedure (SOP) to start online classes.A bench of Justices Sunil Shukre and Shreeram Modak said e-learning would help India become stronger in the field of digital education."Today, we are in the 21st century where the world is being governed digitally in a greater way, and therefore, the SOP which prescribes e-learning and promotes digital and virtual methods of learning cannot but be hailed as a big progressive measure taken by the government in making the digital position of India stronger and firmer in the Comity of Nations," Justice Shukre observed."If the SOP encourages e-learning, any citizen of India questioning its intentions and purposes would only be acting against the interest and well-being of his own country," the judges held. The bench further said that if a citizen, however, comes across some issues in effective implementation of the SOP, "for that matter his duty would be to point out the same to the concerned authority, so that necessary corrective measures are taken," the judges said. The judges were dealing with a petition filed by one Imran Shaikh challenging the June 15 SOPs issued by the government for conducting online classes. The plea claimed the SOPs were irrational.However, the judges noted the fact that Shaikh did not place on record any material which would highlight the inherent contradictions, defects and lacunae in the SOPs, "hence there is no case of violation of any fundamental right to education."The judges ordered Shaikh to approach the relevant authorities "with judicially admissible proof." Also ReadMumbai: MCZMA gives nod to 4.5-km elevated corridor between Sewri and Worli Bombay high courtjustice sunil shukree-learningJustice Shreeram Modak Recent StoriesVikas Dubey encounter killing: Many predicted Kanpur criminal's fatal endFrom Mahakal Temple to Kanpur encounter: Tracing Vikas Dubey's last moments'Masala Bollywood justice': Twitter shocked by Vikas Dubey's 'encounter' en route to Kanpur ICSE, ISC Results 2020: Class 10th and 12th results to be declared today; Check on cisce.orgVikas Dubey encounter: Kanpur gangster shot dead - latest updates 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
2020-07-07Virus: 1,388 cases in Thane district on Tue, count now 45,264 - Yahoo India News
Virus: 1,388 cases in Thane district on Tue, count now 45,264PTI7 July 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Jul 7 (PTI) The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 45,264 after 1,338 people were detected with coronavirus infection on Tuesday, while 45 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,353, an official said.The surge in cases in Kalyan continued as it accounted for 381 of the 1,338 new cases, followed by 296 from Thane city, while Mira Bhayander, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar civic areas reported 160, 115 and 119 cases respectively.'Thane city accounted for 16 of the 45 deaths in the district on Tuesday. Bhiwandi, for the second day in a row, did not report any deaths, and the new cases also declined to 30,' he said.'The recovery rate in the district is 52.74 per cent while the mortality rate is 2.99 per cent,' he added.Neighbouring Palghar added 378 cases on Tuesday, its count now at 7,962, while four deaths took the toll to 148.PTI COR BNM BNMReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextPalghar receives 3k antigen testing kitsOneindiaSwara On Losing Out On Work Because of Her Strong Political ViewsThe QuintUjjain SP narrates how Vikas Dubey was nabbedAni'Wasn't He Crying?': Karan Johar Trolled Again, This Time for Attending Neetu Kapoor's Birthday PartyNews18New WHO guidance calls for more evidence on airborne transmissionReutersWB govt expands areas under lockdown, imposes tougher restrictionsAniIn pics: Last rites of veteran actor and comedian JagdeepYahoo LifestyleAnil Kapoor's Insane Fitness At 60-plus Makes Even Hrithik Roshan Say, 'Baaki Sab Khatam'News18Complete lockdown in Uttar Pradesh from 10 pm on July 10 to 5 am on July 13Oneindia540 MDMA pills seized by customs at Chennai airportAniKangana Ranaut’s Team Replies To Pooja Bhatt; ‘She Is Not Who She Is Because Of Gangster’FilmibeatJagdeep Jaffrey's son Javed's relationship with his father was not good; Here's whyFilmibeatGangster Vikas Dubey's Wife, Son Picked up For Questioning by STFNews18Couple visits Himachal with fake COVID negative certificates, case registeredAniMeet Olympia Lightning! Usain Bolt Shares Adorable First Photos of Daughter, Reveals Cute NamePeopleKardashian’s latest Instagram photo has fans utterly baffled: 'What is going on'In The Know
2020-07-07Virus: 1,388 cases in Thane district on Tue, count now 45,264 - Republic World - Republic World
Virus: 1,388 cases in Thane district on Tue, count now 45,264 Last Updated: 7th July, 2020 22:00 IST Virus: 1,388 Cases In Thane District On Tue, Count Now 45,264 The surge in cases in Kalyan continued as it accounted for 381 of the 1,338 new cases, followed by 296 from Thane city, while Mira Bhayander, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar civic areas reported 160, 115 and 119 cases respectively. Written By Press Trust Of India The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 45,264 after 1,338 people were detected with coronavirus infection on Tuesday, while 45 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,353, an official said. The surge in cases in Kalyan continued as it accounted for 381 of the 1,338 new cases, followed by 296 from Thane city, while Mira Bhayander, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar civic areas reported 160, 115 and 119 cases respectively. "Thane city accounted for 16 of the 45 deaths in the district on Tuesday. Bhiwandi, for the second day in a row, did not report any deaths, and the new cases also declined to 30," he said. "The recovery rate in the district is 52.74 per cent while the mortality rate is 2.99 per cent," he added.  Neighbouring Palghar added 378 cases on Tuesday, its count now at 7,962, while four deaths took the toll to 148. First Published: 7th July, 2020 22:00 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 10 hours ago 500-bedded COVID care centre opens at Delhi’s CWG village 11 hours ago Delhi: Power discom staff among 2 held for extorting money from consumers 11 hours ago Pune: Ambulance charges Rs 8,000 for 7-km ride, offence registered 11 hours ago COVID-19: 'Complete lockdown' on Sundays in Madhya Pradesh 10 hours ago Delhi: Man arrested for killing friend over monetary dispute 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 ​​​​​​​Indian Army asks for deletion of 89 apps including FB, Tinder, PUBG to plug leaks Coronavirus Live Updates: India's COVID-19 tally at 7.42 lakh; 4,56,830 people recover Vikas Dubey may surrender before media; Noida Film City on alert as tip-off nexus unravels 'Beijing fears own people's free-thinking': US slams China over anti-Xi professor's arrest FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-07Thane Covid-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll at 1,268 - Free Press Journal
Thane Covid-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll at 1,268 By PTI On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420Image for representation purpose. Thane: The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday.Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data.On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin.Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district.Besides, 47 patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Sunday, raising the toll to 1,268. Out of the 47 deaths, 16 were reported from Thane city, as per the medical bulletin.So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194.Thane city has till now also reported the maximum 402 deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Kalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits.An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thane was 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent.Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reported total 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report from the district administration said.Senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited some areas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financially strong and had to depend on the state government and private hospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.The government should immediately pay attention to these civic areas and provide them assistance, including infrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader of opposition in the state Assembly.The coronavirus test results should be made available within a day as against the present time of four to five days, he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" between the number of patients and facilities available in various parts of Thane district. (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 Maharashtra Recent StoriesMission Begin Again: Markets, shops in Maharashtra to remain open from 9 am to 7 pm 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 July 7'Play misty for me' weather makes for poor visibility Is the withdrawal from Galwan Valley, Hot Springs and Gogra a red herring? Centre drops from 'essentials' list masks and sanitisers 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
2020-07-07Virus 1 388 cases in Thane district on Tue count now 45 264 - THE WEEK
Virus 1 388 cases in Thane district on Tue count now 45 264 PTI July 07, 2020 21:54 IST     Thane, Jul 7 (PTI) The COVID-19 count in Thanedistrict reached 45,264 after 1,338 people were detected withcoronavirus infection on Tuesday, while 45 deaths during theday took the toll to 1,353, an official said.    The surge in cases in Kalyan continued as it accountedfor 381 of the 1,338 new cases, followed by 296 from Thanecity, while Mira Bhayander, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar civicareas reported 160, 115 and 119 cases respectively.    "Thane city accounted for 16 of the 45 deaths in thedistrict on Tuesday. Bhiwandi, for the second day in a row,did not report any deaths, and the new cases also declined to30," he said.    "The recovery rate in the district is 52.74 per centwhile the mortality rate is 2.99 per cent," he added.    Neighbouring Palghar added 378 cases on Tuesday, itscount now at 7,962, while four deaths took the toll to 148.PTI CORBNM BNM (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Infant dies in Maharashtra after taking polio vaccine Start of England-West Indies delayed by rain My family has launched more new talent than entire Bollywood: Pooja Bhatt French company concludes 49% share purchase in GMR's airport business Sri Lanka for the first time records birth of twin elephant calves Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-07-07Virus: 1,388 cases in Thane district on Tue, count now 45,264 - Outlook India
Virus: 1,388 cases in Thane district on Tue, count now 45,264 Outlook July 07, 2020 21:43 IST Virus: 1,388 cases in Thane district on Tue, count now 45,264 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 7 (PTI) The COVID-19 count in Thane district reached 45,264 after 1,338 people were detected with coronavirus infection on Tuesday, while 45 deaths during the day took the toll to 1,353, an official said. The surge in cases in Kalyan continued as it accounted for 381 of the 1,338 new cases, followed by 296 from Thane city, while Mira Bhayander, Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar civic areas reported 160, 115 and 119 cases respectively. "Thane city accounted for 16 of the 45 deaths in the district on Tuesday. Bhiwandi, for the second day in a row, did not report any deaths, and the new cases also declined to 30," he said. "The recovery rate in the district is 52.74 per cent while the mortality rate is 2.99 per cent," he added. Neighbouring Palghar added 378 cases on Tuesday, its count now at 7,962, while four deaths took the toll to 148. 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 England Vs West Indies, 1st Test: New Era For Cricket Begins Ardent Fans Of Sourav Ganguly To Distribute Masks On His Birthday Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Tests Positive For Coronavirus More from Outlook Magazine In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala Why Hotel Business In Rajasthan Not In The Pink Of Health And Quiet Flows The Ganges... No Divine Blessing For Devbhoomi As Tourism Suffers Next Story : Ankit Mohan joins ''Jag Jaanani Maa Vaishno Devi Kahani Mata Rani Ki'' Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-07Mumbai: Uddhav inaugurates 3,520-bed Covid-19 treatment facilities - Livemint
Mumbai: Uddhav inaugurates 3,520-bed Covid-19 treatment facilities A view of the corona health centre in Mulund (Photo: @CMOMaharashtra on Twitter) Mumbai: Uddhav inaugurates 3,520-bed Covid-19 treatment facilities 2 min read . Updated: 07 Jul 2020, 05:25 PM IST Edited By J. Jagannath A 900-bed dedicated coronavirus health centre has been set up at Dahisar (East) in collaboration with Mumbai Metro Share Via Read Full Story Topics Coronavirus MumbaiUddhav Thackeray New Delhi: While Mumbai's coronavirus case count crossed 85,000-mark on Monday, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday, via video conference, inaugurated 3,520-bed coronavirus treatment facilities set up across the city. These facilities will be spread out across Mulund, Dahisar, Mahalaxmi Race Course and Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), the Maharashtra Chief Minister's Office said. A dedicated coronavirus health centre with 1,700 beds has been set up at Mulund as part of initiative of CIDCO. Around 500 beds at this centre are reserved for Thane residents. A 900-bed dedicated coronavirus health centre has been set up at Dahisar (East) in collaboration with Mumbai Metro and a dedicated coronavirus hospital with 108 ICU beds has been set up at Dahisar (West). A dedicated coronavirus health centre has been set up at Mahalakshmi Race Course with 700 beds available. The one at BKC is part of the second phase of the dedicated coronavirus health centre and will have 112 beds for intensive care. Minister of Textiles and Guardian Minister of Mumbai Aslam Shaikh, Environment Minister and Guardian Minister of Mumbai Suburbs Aaditya Thackeray and mayor of Mumbai Kishori Pednekar participated via video conference. A 2,000-bed NESCO coronavirus centre in Goregaon is also part of the ramping up of the health infrastructure in the city ravaged by the pandemic. A total of 1,201 new Covid-19 cases and 39 deaths were reported in Mumbai on Monday, taking the total number of cases to 85,326 in the city, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. According to the official data, the total number of cases includes 57,152 recoveries and 4,935 deaths. The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday. Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data. On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin. Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district. 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 MumbaiUddhav Thackeray RELATED STORIES ED files money laundering case against GVK group, MIAL in Mumbai airport case1 min read . 03:22 PM IST Decision soon to start hotels soon in Maharashtra: CM Uddhav Thackeray2 min read . 05 Jul 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
2020-07-07Mumbai has 41% of Maharashtra’s total Covid-19 cases - BusinessLine
Mumbai has 41% of Maharashtra’s total Covid-19 cases Our Bureau Pune | Updated on July 07, 2020 Published on July 07, 2020 SHARE SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE COMMENT 56% of State’s Covid deaths happened in the capital city Maharashtra’s coronavirus case count rose to over 2 lakh in July first week with 41 per cent cases (84,524) in the Mumbai municipal area. As on July 6, out of the total Covid-19 patients in Mumbai, 55,884 have recovered, while 4,899 total deaths were reported. The city has 23,732 active cases according to a report on Covid cases published by the State government. Maharashtra has reported 8,822 total deaths, of which Mumbai’s share is 56 per cent (4,899). After Mumbai, Pune Municipal Region has reported 22, 236 cases, followed by Thane Municipal Corporation (11,959).Pune, Pune Municipal Corporation and Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation have 13,864 active patients. Thane, Thane Municipal Corporation, and areas under civic bodies of Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Bhivandi-Nizampur and Mira-Bhayandar together have reported 47,935 cases — that is 23 per cent of total cases in Maharashtra. There are 28,508 active cases in these areas. The Uddhav Thackeray-led government is keen on taking forward ‘Mission Begin Again’, insisting that the government is addressing the Covid-19 pandemic with full capacity. “The (government) machinery is working day and night in Mumbai to control corona. But the fight has not yet finished. The number of patients coming (to hospitals) in the last stage for treatment still prevails. This number should reduce” said Thackeray in a recent meeting with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials. Get Free Trial Hurry! Prices Increase Soon Existing users, please   Sign in here Thank you for being a loyal user of Portfolio. Portfolio will be a paid section hereon. 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2020-07-07Change to Mumbai reboot: Passenger unions urge govt to stagger work hours - Free Press Journal
Change to Mumbai reboot: Passenger unions urge govt to stagger work hoursBy Swapnil Mishra & Sweety Adimulam Implementing staggered office timings was also one of the suggestions made by a high-level committee formed by the Railway Ministry in 2015 to prevent a high number of cases in Mumbai of commuters falling from the running jam-packed local trains Mumbai: Keeping in mind the increasing COVID-19 cases in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and the importance of social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a railway passengers’ association has not only urged the Maharashtra Chief Minister to implement staggered office hours in the city, but also to divide Mumbai city and suburban areas into seven parts and fix a separate weekly day off from work for each part.Rajesh Gangavane, chief spokesperson of the Upnagariya Railway Pravasi Sangh told The Free Press Journal that the passenger association had urged the Chief Minister to fix staggered office timings and weekly off-days for government offices as well as the corporate sector.“There should be a difference between the office hours of private, government and BMC offices. At least a gap of one hour should be there. For instance, if a private office is starting at 9am, then BMC should start at 10 and so on for others. Moreover, it will help to control the crowd at other public places,” Gangavane said. Implementing staggered office timings was also one of the suggestions made by a high-level committee formed by the Railway Ministry in 2015 to prevent a high number of cases in Mumbai of commuters falling from the running jam-packed local trains. Railway officials said if staggered office hours are implemented, it would help them control the crowds at the stations and passengers would be able to board or alight from trains without pushing each other.“Instead of having all manpower arrive and leave at practically the same time, different firms or even different branches of activities could adopt different starting and finishing work times. The traffic would thereby flow more smoothly, public transport would be utilised more rationally, and the physical and psychological strain would be also lessened," a Railway official said.“Not only controlling the crowd in trains, this idea will help regulate the crowd on the roads and other public places too,” said transport expert Ashok Datar. He added that it was the perfect time to experiment with the idea.Kailash Verma, General Secretary, Mumbai Rail Pravasi Sangh, another passenger association, said it has been following up with the state government for over a year to implement staggered office hours, to no avail yet.“We had recommended that government employees be called to office in non-peak hours. We explained to them that if private sector employees reach office just one hour late, half their daily salary is deducted. Such is not the case with government staffers. There should be a two-hour gap between private and government sector employees travelling,” he said. “A GR should be issued and the government should adjust the time of office goers based on the distance they are travelling every day. For instance, those coming from far off places like Virar or Badlapur for jobs in Mumbai should be called early and asked to leave early. Similarly, those coming from Thane, Ghatkopar, Andheri should be called a little late, so their office leaving time will be late. It will help a lot in reducing the crowd on the roads and in public transport,” Verma said. (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go) Mission Begin Again Recent StoriesMission Begin Again: Markets, shops in Maharashtra to remain open from 9 am to 7 pm 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 July 7'Play misty for me' weather makes for poor visibility Is the withdrawal from Galwan Valley, Hot Springs and Gogra a red herring? Centre drops from 'essentials' list masks and sanitisers 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
2020-07-07Mumbai coronavirus update: Recovery rate 67%; Covid-19 tally crosses 85,000 mark - Livemint
Mumbai coronavirus update: Recovery rate 67%; Covid-19 tally crosses 85,000 mark Mumbai now has 23,249 active cases. (PTI) Mumbai coronavirus update: Recovery rate 67%; Covid-19 tally crosses 85,000 mark 2 min read . Updated: 07 Jul 2020, 05:45 AM IST Edited By Staff Writer Mumbai's recovery rate now stands at 67 per cent while the doubling rate of cases stands at 44 days, the BMC saidUddhav Thackeray will inaugurate four new temporary Covid-19 treatment facilities situated at Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Dahisar, Mulund and Bandra Kurla Complex Share Via Read Full Story Topics Mumbai Mumbai: The number of Covid-19 cases in Mumbai spiked by 1,201 to 85,326 on Monday while the death toll rose by 39 to 4,935, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. A total of 1,269 patients were discharged from various hospitals in the last 24 hours, taking the number of the recovered cases to 57,152, the BMC said. #CoronavirusUpdates6-July, 6:00pm#NaToCorona pic.twitter.com/NLSLzu86xr— माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC (@mybmc) July 6, 2020 1) Mumbai now has 23,249 active cases. A total of 762 new suspected cases have been admitted in hospitals, the BMC said. 2) Mumbai's recovery rate now stands at 67 per cent while the doubling rate of cases stands at 44 days, the BMC said, adding that the overall growth rate of cases is 1.60 per cent. 3) As per the BMC data, K-East, G-north and P-north wards have over 5000 cases each. The K-East (Andheri East) ward has 5,715 cases, G-north (Dadar, Mahim and Dharavi) has 5,217 cases while the number of cases under P-north (Malad) ward is 5,129, it said. 4) The B ward (Dongari) has the lowest 799 cases. 5) The number of active cases in E ward (Byculla), which had recorded 3,336 cases, is just nine, followed B and C wards with 229 and 267 active cases, respectively. 6) The highest number of 382 deaths had been recorded in G-north ward and the lowest 48 in A ward, the civic body said. 7) Mumbai and Thane are the biggest contributors in the state and country's coronavirus tally. 8) Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar- 4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath- 2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. 9) Maharashtra, which continues to top the list of worst-hit state reported 5368 new covid-19 cases taking the state's tally to 2,11,987. 10) Today, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will inaugurate four new temporary COVID-19 treatment facilities situated at Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Dahisar, Mulund and Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). They collectively have the capacity of 3,520 beds. 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 Mumbai RELATED STORIES Frequency of trains to Bengal from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad reduced over COVID1 min read . 06 Jul 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
2020-07-079-day strict lockdown in Aurangabad from July 10 - Free Press Journal
9-day strict lockdown in Aurangabad from July 10By PTI The decision was taken keeping in view demand by citizens and following a meeting with various stakeholders Aurangabad: A lockdown with a slew of restrictions will be imposed in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra from July 10 to curb the rising cases of coronavirus, officials said on Monday.This phase of the lockdown will be in force for nine days and cover certain industries, and only essential services will be allowed to operate during this period, they said.The decision was taken keeping in view demand by citizens and following a meeting with various stakeholders held in the backdrop of growing COVID-19 cases in the central Maharashtra district, collector Uday Choudhari told reporters here.He said, "A lockdown will be enforced in Aurangabad between July 10 and 18. It will be a strict lockdown." Choudhari said, "A demand was raised by common public for lockdown but the decision was taken unanimously after a meeting with various stakeholders like industries, traders and others along with administration officials."Industries shall remain closed in this period. But the administration will decide a strategy to ensure continuous operation of the pharmaceutical industry and some other units during the lockdown period."Asked about the lockdown, municipal commissioner Astik Kumar Pandey said, "Only milk outlets will be allowed to remain open during this period...rest every establishment will be shut."Petrol pumps will operate for limited hours to provide fuel to government and emergency services vehicles." The number of COVID-19 cases in Aurangabad district have reached 6,880, while the death toll stood at 310, an official said.Of the total cases, 3,374 patients have recovered, while 3,196 are currently under treatment, he added. (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) coronavirus lockdown measures Recent StoriesIndia's COVID-19 count crosses 7 lakh mark, death toll rises to 20,160Happy Birthday MS Dhoni: 5 greatest innings played by the former Indian captain Terrorist, army jawan killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's PulwamaTrump admin says foreign students must leave US if classes go fully onlineIndia-China face-off: The Asian cold war has been sparked off, writes Sanjay Jha 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
2020-07-07Maha Jobs portal launched to facilitate jobs for 'sons of the soil' - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Tuesday, July 7, 2020, 6:00 AM IST CM Uddhav Thackeray launches Maha Jobs portal to facilitate jobs for 'sons of the soil'By Sanjay Jog Submission of domicile certificate mandatory for job seekers The Maharashtra government, in a bid to facilitate 80 per cent jobs for the ‘sons of the soil’ and domiciled persons in industries, on Monday, launched Maha Jobs portal. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said the portal aims at making local manpower and employment opportunities available to companies and workers, respectively. It is mandatory for job seekers to submit a domicile certificate. Free Press Journal broke the government’s move on July 3.The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) will run the portal, where the industrial units/employers and job seekers can register. “The portal will help bridge the gap between employers and skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled workers. The portal should not remain for mere registration of unemployed but be a facilitator for making them available jobs,’’ he noted.The portal is a joint venture among the Department of Industry, Department of Labour and Department of Skill Education to connect job seekers with entrepreneurs.The chief minister observed that migrant workers, who went to their native states due to the lockdown, have started coming back to Maharashtra slowly after his government allowed the resumption of business activities.“Today, we have jobs available, but there are no workers. Though this is the factual position, I noticed a strange scenario yesterday. Several industries have started slashing salaries of workers or are sacking them,” he said. “The sons of the soil or the migrant workers, who had not returned to their states and were reporting at workplaces, are being sacked. This is not right, Thackeray said. He called upon industry not to cut jobs and assured government assistance for revival.Minister of Industry Subhash Desai said MIDC has selected 950 plus trades and 17 different sectors, including automobile, engineering, manufacturing, logistic, textile, garmenting, processing, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology for recruitment. He informed that the Department of Industry’s recent survey revealed the availability of 50,000 jobs after reopening of more than 65,000 industrial units.Minister of Labour Dilip Walse Patil hoped the skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled workers can get permanent jobs through this portal.Minister of Skill Development Nawab Malik the department will provide training to those who want to develop skills.Barely a few hours after the launch, 13,300 job seekers and 147 entrepreneurs have registered on the portal. (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go) Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC)Maha Vikas Aghadi governmentMaharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeraysons of the soilMaha Jobs portal Recent StoriesIndia's COVID-19 count crosses 7 lakh mark, death toll rises to 20,160Happy Birthday MS Dhoni: 5 greatest innings played by the former Indian captain Terrorist, army jawan killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's PulwamaTrump admin says foreign students must leave US if classes go fully onlineIndia-China face-off: The Asian cold war has been sparked off, writes Sanjay Jha 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
2020-07-07Bhima-Koregaon case: Delhi HC order on Navlakha quashed - Free Press Journal
Bhima-Koregaon case: Delhi HC order on Navlakha quashedBy Jal khambataElgar Parishad-Koregaon Bhima case The Supreme Court, on Monday, set aside Delhi High Court's May 27 order to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to produce the records of the production warrant issued for the transfer of journalist-turned-civil rights activist Gautam Navlakha (65) who is in custody with five others for allegedly inciting violence at Bhima Koregaon near Pune in January 2018 and allegedly hatching a secret Maoist conspiracy to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi.The High Court had pulled up NIA for its ‘unseemly haste’ to move Navlakha out of the jurisdiction of a Delhi court that was considering his bail application. Navlakha is currently lodged in Taloja jail in Mumbai. On June 2, the Apex Court had stayed the High Court's order.Allowing NIA's appeal against the High Court order, the bench, comprising Justice Arun Mishra, Navin Sinha and Ms Indira Banerjee, expunged the remarks made against the NIA despite Navlakha's lawyer Kapil Sibal pleading that it would amount to casting aspersions in the High Court.During the hearing on Monday, Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta said the Delhi HC's order was of ‘unprecedented nature’. He said, at the time of Navlakha's surrender in Delhi, as per the Apex Court's directive, India was under lockdown. His custody was required with NIA Mumbai as there has been discovery of new evidence," he submitted, pointing out that “Special Judge in Mumbai was pleased to pass the order for his transfer at the behest of our arguments and we did not hide anything from the court."The SG said once the transfer was brought to the notice of the High Court, it ceased to possess jurisdiction over the matter.Senior advocate Sibal challenged the NIA petition as not maintainable since the HC had just called for records, as it was not to grant the bail but just to know the circumstances in which they took Navlakha to Mumbai. Justice Mishra intervened to know how Delhi HC can direct the NIA for an affidavit detailing proceedings before the Special NIA Court in Mumbai.Navlakha and his accomplices are charged with inciting the violence on January 1, 2018 at Bhima Koregao during the Dalit organisations' commemoration of 200th anniversary of Koregaon battle by organising an Elgar Parishad meeting in Pune the previous day. It was alleged that the meeting was organised by persons having nexus with the banned Maoist organisations.The NIA took over the investigation from Police after the latter had filed two charge-sheets, first in November 2018 and another in February and those charged with Navlakha include Delhi's activist lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj, Telugu poet Varavara Rao, Activists Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves, retired English professor Shoma Sen and human rights activist Rona Wilson. Gautam NavlakhaNIAdelhi HCElgar Parishad-Bhima Koregaon caseBhima Koregaon activists Recent StoriesIndia's COVID-19 count crosses 7 lakh mark, death toll rises to 20,160Happy Birthday MS Dhoni: 5 greatest innings played by the former Indian captain Terrorist, army jawan killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's PulwamaTrump admin says foreign students must leave US if classes go fully onlineIndia-China face-off: The Asian cold war has been sparked off, writes Sanjay Jha 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
2020-07-06'Government's priority is to tackle COVID-19 crisis' : Aaditya Thackeray - Mumbai Live
'Government's priority is to tackle COVID-19 crisis' : Aaditya Thackeray'Government's priority is to tackle COVID-19 crisis' : Aaditya ThackerayAaditya Thackeray, recently speaking to the media stated that the priority of the state government is to tackle the pandemic.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESAdvertisementAaditya Thackeray, Shiv Sena MLA, recently speaking to the media stated that the priority of the state government is to tackle the pandemic at the moment. This comes after the Shiv Sena received criticism from the opposition regarding the handling of COVID-19 in Maharashtra.Thackeray was earlier in Thane reviewing the COVID-19 situation and taking note of the measures undertaken by the Thane Municipal Corporation to contain the spread of the contagious disease. The Sena leader also handed over five oxygen concentrators each to the cities of Thane, Ulhasnagar, Mira Bhayandar and Kalyan- Dombivli. Furthermore, he also launched an app developed by the Thane Municipal Corporation for online hospital bed allocation and ambulance booking.I’ve handed of 5 oxygen concentrators each to cities of Thane, Ulhasnagar, Mira Bhayandar and Kalyan- Dombivli, will be giving more. Thankful to the donors for this. pic.twitter.com/kL2CbnX92B— Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) July 4, 2020 In the midst of the rising number of coronavirus cases in Thane, Thackeray stressed on the need for increased contact-tracing and maintenance of good facilities at the quarantine centres. He further asked the civic officials to periodically inspect the quarantine centres and check various facilities provided in these centres, including the supply of food. The Thane district comprises of six municipal corporations and two municipal councils. As of June 2, the Thane Municipal Corporation had reported 361 deaths due to COVID-19 followed by 178 deaths in Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) areas.The review meeting was attended by Thane Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde, Mayor Naresh Mhaske and other senior leaders from the district.With the surge in the number of cases of coronavirus, Thane had earlier implemented a lockdown from July 2 to July 12. In view of this lockdown, any non-essential activities are prohibited, along with the gathering of five or more people. The civic body has opined that this will help curb the ever-growing numbers. People have also been asked to maintain social distancing protocols and abide by the rules to contain the spread of the disease.RELATED TOPICSAaditya ThackerayShiv SenagovernmentmaharashtrathanecoronavirusCOVID-19pandemic  Loading next story...Latest NewsBJP will provide full support: Devendra Fadnavis ahead of SC's hearing on Maratha quotaScientists Claim Corona Is Airborne, Ask WHO To Revise RulesPolitical Stir in Maharashtra: MVA leaders Sharad Pawar, Anil Deshmukh reach 'Matoshree'Cleaning Mumbai one beach at a timeThis is why there will be no flights from Mumbai to Kolkata between 6 to 19 JulyAirtel Promises Faster 4G speeds to Platinum customers through Network PreferenceAdvertisementCivicScientists Claim Corona Is Airborne, Ask WHO To Revise RulesThis is why there will be no flights from Mumbai to Kolkata between 6 to 19 JulyBombay HC Provides Relief to Construction Company Against Hefty BMC ChargesThree people attacked a man outside Amitabh Bachchan's house 'Jalsa'Mira-Bhayandar records 303 new COVID-19 casesHotels, lodges, guest houses to open in Maharashtra from July 8: Maharashtra Government 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)
2020-07-06Coronavirus in Pune: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important information issued by PMC - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Pune: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important information issued by PMCBy FPJ Web Desk File Photo Pune district in Maharashtra recorded the highest single-day spike of 1,288 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, taking the overall tally to 28,599, a Health official said on Sunday.With 16 more people succumbing to the viral infection, the number of the fatalities has risen to 869, he said.A total of 420 patients were discharged from hospitals in the day. "Of the 1,288 fresh cases, 803 are from the areas located under the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) while 396 cases are from Pimpri Chinchwad," the official said.The number of the cases under PMC now stands at 21,391 while those in Pimpri Chinchwad stands at 4,794. The number of cases from rural areas, civil hospital and Pune Cantonment Board has increased to 2,411, the official added. Also ReadCoronavirus in Pune: PMC Mayor Murlidhar Mohol tests positive for COVID-19 Here is the list of important contact numbers issued by PMCPMC essential service & complains (7 am to 11 pm): Toll-free number 18001030222COVID information: Central helpline: 1075 State helpline: 104 Health state helpline: 020-26127394Non-COVID health (comorbidity) emergency (24x7): 020-25506800, 020-25506801, 020-25506802, 020-25506803COVID symptoms /home quarantine/ admission to any hospital (24x7): 020-25506800, 020-25506801, 020-25506802, 020-25506803 OR Naidu Hospital: 020-25506300 PMC ambulance for maternity patientsKamla Nehru Hospital: 020-25508500, 020-25508609Sonawane Hospital: 020-25506100, 020-25506108Ambulance for non-COVID patients: 108 (Govt), PMC (101)COVID ambulance: 108 (Govt)Non-COVID dead body vehicles: 101 (PMC)COVID Dead Body ambulance: 020-24503211, 020-24503212Disaster Management Cell of PMC: 020­-25506800, 020­-25501259, 1800 1030 222(With inputs from PTI) (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) coronavirus in PuneCOVID-19 Helpline in PunePune Imporatant ContactsPMC Contact List Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Hotels, guesthouses & lodges to operate at 33% capacity from July 8 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 July 6Final-year exams to be conducted by September-end - Check UGC guidelinesCoronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: MBMC to imposes hefty fines for spitting, not wearing masksMaha Job Portal: How to register on mahajobs.maharashtra.gov.in, what documents are needed 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
2020-07-06Coronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: MBMC to imposes hefty fines for spitting, not wearing masks - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: MBMC to imposes hefty fines for spitting, not wearing masksBy Suresh GolaniRepresentative ImageQuora Wearing a mask, not spitting on roads and maintaining physical distance in public and at workplaces are some of the norms which need to be followed religiously in order to minimize and contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus.However, repeated appeals and warnings have failed to drill sense in the minds of some people in Mira Bhayandr. Frequent incidences of violation of these norms prompted the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) chief- Dr. Vijay Rathod to invoke the disaster management act and the stringent epidemic diseases act in additions to the relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code by chalking out stringent punishments and hefty monetary fines on litter mongers and those found to be roaming in public places without wearing face masks.As per orders promulgated on Monday by the municipal commissioner, a person caught spitting in a public place for the first time will be fined Rs.1,000 and Rs. 2,000 caught the next time, similarly, anybody caught without a face mask in public will be slapped with a fine of Rs. 500 for the first time and double the amount for the second time.Repeated and subsequent violations could attract more stringent penal action apart from the monetary fines. Shopkeepers will also attract a fine of Rs. 2,000 if they were found defying physical distancing norms for the first time and double the amount if caught for the second time.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important information As per orders, business establishments have to ensure that customers queuing up to buy essential items stand within circles marked on the ground for maintaining a physical distance.Thane (rural) police have already taken action violators against the under section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of the IPC, however, the fresh notification will add more teeth to the police action. Mira Bhayandar Municipal CorporationMBMCmasksMBMC ChiefCOVID-19Spitting fineCoronavirus in Mira Bhayandar Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Now, state govt to cap mask and sanitizer pricesCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Hotels, guesthouses & lodges to operate at 33% capacity from July 8 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 July 6Final-year exams to be conducted by September-end - Check UGC guidelines 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
2020-07-06Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 - Business Insider India
Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268PTIJul 6, 2020, 12:17 ISTThane, Jul 6 () The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday. Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data. On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin. Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district. AdvertisementBesides, 47 patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Sunday, raising the toll to 1,268. Out of the 47 deaths, 16 were reported from Thane city, as per the medical bulletin. So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. AdvertisementThane city has till now also reported the maximum 402 deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Kalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits. An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thane was 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent. Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reported total 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report from the district administration said. AdvertisementSenior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited some areas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financially strong and had to depend on the state government and private hospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. The government should immediately pay attention to these civic areas and provide them assistance, including infrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader of opposition in the state Assembly. The coronavirus test results should be made available within a day as against the present time of four to five days, he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" between the number of patients and facilities available in various parts of Thane district. 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2020-07-06COVID-19 situation in Thane, nearby areas alarming: Fadnavis - Outlook India
COVID-19 situation in Thane, nearby areas alarming: Fadnavis Outlook July 06, 2020 17:47 IST COVID-19 situation in Thane, nearby areas alarming: Fadnavis outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 6 (PTI) The COVID-19 situation in Thane and adjoining areas in Mumbai Metropolitan Region is alarming and coordination among government agencies will have to be improved and testing numbers increased to get on top of the crisis, senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis said on Monday. He was speaking to reporters after a three-day tour of the region during which he visited Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel. "Testing must be increased and reports must come within a day so that timely treatment can begin. The situation in MMR is alarming. I will submit a report of my observations during this tour to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray," he said. As on Monday, Thane district has 42,420 COVID-19 cases, including 1,268 deaths. Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar- 4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath- 2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. 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 England Vs West Indies, Test Series: Organisers To Use Fake Crowd Noise In Closed Venues BCCI Official Reveals That New Zealand Has Offered To Host IPL – REPORT To Lose Some Weight, Try Oats And Rye Bran More from Outlook Magazine In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala Why Hotel Business In Rajasthan Not In The Pink Of Health And Quiet Flows The Ganges... No Divine Blessing For Devbhoomi As Tourism Suffers Next Story : DCP Eish Singhal resumes duty defeating Covid-19 Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-06As crowds surge on locals, BMC to stagger office timings - Mid-day
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2020-07-06COVID-19 situation in Thane, nearby areas alarming: Devendra Fadnavis - Republic World - Republic World
COVID-19 situation in Thane, nearby areas alarming: Devendra Fadnavis Last Updated: 6th July, 2020 18:07 IST COVID-19 Situation In Thane, Nearby Areas Alarming: Devendra Fadnavis COVID-19 situation in Thane and adjoining areas is alarming and coordination among government agencies will have to be improved and testing numbers increased to get on top of the crisis, Devendra Fadnavis said on Monday. Written By Press Trust Of India The COVID-19 situation in Thane and adjoining areas in Mumbai Metropolitan Region is alarming and coordination among government agencies will have to be improved and testing numbers increased to get on top of the crisis, senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis said on Monday. He was speaking to reporters after a three-day tour of the region during which he visited Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel. "Testing must be increased and reports must come within a day so that timely treatment can begin. The situation in MMR is alarming. I will submit a report of my observations during this tour to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray," he said. As on Monday, Thane district has 42,420 COVID-19 cases, including 1,268 deaths. Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar- 4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath- 2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. (Photo Credit: PTI)  First Published: 6th July, 2020 18:07 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 3 hours ago Discussed COVID situation, lawlessness, corruption in Bengal with Shah: Dhankhar 12 hours ago Tejaswi Yadav demands CBI probe into Sushant Singh Rajput's Death 13 hours ago Rajasthan govt revokes general consent to all CBI investigations amid BJP's probe demand 3 hours ago Rajasthan BJP chief criticises 'weak' Gehlot over 'his choice of words' for Sachin Pilot 11 hours ago Delhi govt to give Rs 10 lakh to family of man who died under waterlogged Minto bridge: AAP 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 Rajeev Masand summoned by Mumbai Police in Sushant Singh Rajput's death investigation Rajasthan Govt Crisis LIVE Updates: Pilot lashes out at Gehlot; HC hearing adjourned Coronavirus LIVE Updates: Cases cross 11 lakh-mark; 28084 deaths reported so far Omar Abdullah-Bhupesh Baghel row explodes; tagging Rahul doesn't cow Chhattisgarh CM FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-06Covid-19 situation in Thane, nearby areas alarming: Devendra Fadnavis - Deccan Herald
Covid-19 situation in Thane is alarming: Fadnavis Covid-19 situation in Thane is alarming: FadnavisCovid-19 situation in Thane, nearby areas alarming: Devendra Fadnavis XShare viaShare permalinkPTI, Thane, Jul 06 2020, 18:05 istupdated: Jul 06 2020, 18:10 istThe Covid-19 situation in Thane and adjoining areas in Mumbai Metropolitan Region is alarming and coordination among government agencies will have to be improved and testing numbers increased to get on top of the crisis, senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis said on Monday.He was speaking to reporters after a three-day tour of the region during which he visited Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel."Testing must be increased and reports must come within a day so that timely treatment can begin. The situation in MMR is alarming. I will submit a report of my observations during this tour to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray," he said.As on Monday, Thane district has 42,420 Covid-19 cases, including 1,268 deaths.Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai- 7,793 Mira Bhayandar- 4,314, Ulhasnagar- 2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur- 2,319, Ambernath- 2,200, Badlapur- 973, and Thane rural- 2,194. Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeCOVID-19CoronavirusDevendra FadnavisThane Related stories Maha: 12 Covid patients injured as ambulance overturns... Kejriwal asks recovered Covid-19 cases to donate plasma... IIT-M develops nano-coated filter for Covid-19 warriors ICU beds at two Delhi hospitals increased: Delhi CM... Covid-19 positive scribe jumps of AIIMS building, dies... Lessons for Covid-19 from the early days of AIDS... What's BrewingJurgen Klopp and the art of leadershipThe Lead: Kanimozhi on custodial deaths and Covid-19The Great Lockdown: World economy faces steep climb upChinese city sounds alert: What is bubonic plague?  DH Picks NSA Doval, China FM agree on disengagement in Ladakh... H-1B visa ban: 'Rs 1,200 cr loss for Indian... Featured Content EuroMillions Superdraw: A Lottery Draw Unlike Any Other Coming... Coronavirus news live updates: Maharashtra to allow hotels, lodges... Live Jurgen Klopp and the art of leadership Covid-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on July 6...What's BrewingJurgen Klopp and the art of leadershipThe Lead: Kanimozhi on custodial deaths and Covid-19The Great Lockdown: World economy faces steep climb upChinese city sounds alert: What is bubonic plague? 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 UpdatesCOVID-19 | State-wise tallyIndia-China border tensionsTikTok, Chinese app banWATCH | Coronavirus latest updatesDH Picks NSA Doval, China FM agree on disengagement in Ladakh H-1B visa ban: 'Rs 1,200 cr loss for Indian IT firms' Coronavirus news live updates: Maharashtra to allow hotels, lodges outside containment zones to operate at 33% capacity from July 8 Jurgen Klopp and the art of leadership Covid-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on July 6Latest stories From the Newsroom: India, China to disengage troops 'Dehing Patkai Sanctuary to turn into national park' Maha: 12 Covid patients injured as ambulance overturns 'Would've evaded chaos if Geelani quit Hurriyat sooner' Covid-19 situation in Thane is alarming: FadnavisTrending news Top five alternatives to TikTok video app Coronavirus-hit doctor accuses pvt hospital of fleecing No beds: Bengaluru hospitals refuse Covid-19 patients 101 guests test Covid-19 +ve after attending a wedding Bengaluru salon owner dies waiting for Covid-19 testDownload 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
2020-07-06COVID-19 Situation In Thane, Nearby Areas Alarming: Devendra Fadnavis - NDTV
COVID-19 Situation In Thane, Nearby Areas Alarming: Devendra FadnavisSearchHomeAll IndiaCOVID-19 Situation In Thane, Nearby Areas Alarming: Devendra Fadnavis COVID-19 Situation In Thane, Nearby Areas Alarming: Devendra Fadnavis Devendra Fadnavis was speaking to reporters after a three-day tour of the region during which he visited Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel. All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: July 06, 2020 06:16 pm ISTTesting must be increased and reports must come within a day, Devendra Fadnavis said (File)Thane: The COVID-19 situation in Thane and adjoining areas in Mumbai Metropolitan Region is alarming and coordination among government agencies will have to be improved and testing numbers increased to get on top of the crisis, senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis said on Monday.He was speaking to reporters after a three-day tour of the region during which he visited Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel."Testing must be increased and reports must come within a day so that timely treatment can begin. The situation in MMR is alarming. I will submit a report of my observations during this tour to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray," he said.As on Monday, Thane district has 42,420 COVID-19 cases, including 1,268 deaths.Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194.(This story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Comments Devendra FadnavisCOVID-19Track Coronavirus pandemic in India and get the latest COVID-19 news from around the world on ndtv.com/coronavirusWatch Live News:Follow Us:your daily newsletterSubscribeTrending On Bribing MLAs, Let Us Refresh Your Memory: Team Pilot To Ashok GehlotIsha And Akash Ambani Star In Reliance's Jio Glass DemoWhat's On Deepika's "Post Lockdown Bucket List?" The Actress AnswersHealthTop 10 Healthy Lifestyle Habits13 SlidesFoodHow To Make Veg Spring Rolls At Home10 SlidesBeautyMethi Seeds To Reduce Hair Fall10 SlidesPunjab Bans Public Gatherings, Tightens Restrictions On WeddingsTamil Nadu Nod To Study BCG Vaccine Efficacy In Elderly In COVID FightAdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisementQuick LinksUnlock 2 GuidelinesCoronavirus LiveCoronavirus HelplineCoronavirus CasesCoronavirus FAQRajasthan Live UpdatesRahul GandhiSachin PilotReliance AGM 2020MP Narendra ModiSENSEXShare Market TodayPriyanka GandhiSushant Singh RajputWeather UpdateSalman KhanCBSE 10th Result 2020Reliance AGMAdvertisement................................ Advertisement ................................Latest News Confident WHO's Probe On COVID Origins Will Be "Whitewashed": Mike Pompeo Seven Dead In French Alps Disasters On Bastille Day Tamil Nadu Nod To Study BCG Vaccine Efficacy In Elderly In COVID Fight George Floyd's Family Sues Minneapolis, Four Officers Over His Death As Cases Spike, Bengal Opposition Wants Mamata Banerjee To Do This About UsAdvertiseNews AlertArchivesAppsCareersChannelsDisclaimerFeedbackInvestorsOmbudsmanRedressalsService Terms © COPYRIGHT NDTV CONVERGENCE LIMITED 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.livetvarrowprintemailchatlinkedinredditWhatsAppfacebooktwittermorenotificationsearchsnapchat
2020-07-06Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: List of all private hospitals, NGO's and helpline numbers - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: List of all private hospitals, NGO's and helpline numbersBy FPJ Web DeskCoronavirus in Kalyan-Dombivli: List of all private hospitals, NGO's and helpline numbersBL Soni On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the Thane district administration said in a medical bulletin.Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district.So far, Kalyan-Dombivali has reported 9,086 coronavirus cases, Thane city-10,731, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194.Kalyan-Dombivali has till now also reported 140 deaths, Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Thane city-402. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits.Here's all the important information you need to know if you live in Kalyan-Dombivli:Private and Government hospitals that treat infected patients:Private Hospitals: Holy Cross Hospital - Near Nutan Vidyalay, Karnik Road, Kalyan (West)BAJ. R.R. Hospital - MIDC, Near Pendharkar College, Dombivli (East)Neon Hospital - Padle Village, Kalyan Shill Road, Dombivli (East)Government Hospitals:Railway Hospital, Kalyan – Valdhuni, Kalyan (West)Bai Rukhminibai Hospital Kalyan - Behind Dr. Ambedkar Udyan, Opposite Fish Market, Kalyan (West)Shastrinagar General Hospital - Kopar Road Dombivli (West)Health and Family Welfare NGO in Kalyan-Dombivli:Mahima Mahila Mandal - AWMPSK, AASTHA PROJECT, BLD 225/A, TRIMURTI COMPLEX, OPP. ASHOKA HOTEL, KALYAN ROAD BHIWANDI, DISTRICT THANE, MAHARASHTRA 421305Public Health Department, Government of MaharashtraToll Free Helpline No: 104/1075Control Room No: 020 – 26127394 (State), +91-11-23978046 (National)State Helpline Email ID: ssumaharashtra@gmail.comKalyan-Dombivli Health Department details:Dr Mr Raju Lavangare, Medical Health Officer, Head Office Shivaji Chowk Kalyan (West)Telephone No: 02512204304Email ID: moh.kdmc@gmail.comSenior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited some areas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financially strong and had to depend on the state government and private hospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.The government should immediately pay attention to these civic areas and provide them assistance, including infrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader of opposition in the state Assembly.The coronavirus test results should be made available within a day as against the present time of four to five days, he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" between the number of patients and facilities available in various parts of Thane district.(with PTI inputs) (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) Kalyan-DombilvliCoronavirusCOVID-19Coronavirus in Kalyancoronavirus in dombivli Recent StoriesUK-based NRI part of vaccine trials; 'Wanted to do something for humanity'Thane, Pune, Pimpri belt: Lockdown again Gangster Vikas Dubey encounter: Dead men tell no tales FPJ EXCLUSIVE: Maharashtra cracks whip on Remdesivir black marketeersTwo steps backward, one step forward: Envoy says China is neither a warlike state, nor an assertive country 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
2020-07-06Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42 420 death toll reaches 1 268 - THE WEEK
Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42 420 death toll reaches 1 268 PTI July 06, 2020 12:24 IST     Thane, Jul 6 (PTI) The number of COVID-19 cases inMaharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878more people tested positive for the disease, officials said onMonday.    Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the totalcases in the district, as per an analysis of the data.    On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive forcoronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the districtadministration said in a medical bulletin.    Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported themaximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, MiraBhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. Theremaining cases were reported from other civic limits in thedistrict.    Besides, 47 patients succumbed to the disease in thedistrict on Sunday, raising the toll to 1,268.    Out of the 47 deaths, 16 were reported from Thanecity, as per the medical bulletin.    So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronaviruscases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 MiraBhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319,Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194.    Thane city has till now also reported the maximum 402deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 andKalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have beenreported from other civic limits.    An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thanewas 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent.    Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reportedtotal 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report fromthe district administration said.    Senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited someareas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civicbodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financiallystrong and had to depend on the state government and privatehospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.    The government should immediately pay attention tothese civic areas and provide them assistance, includinginfrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader ofopposition in the state Assembly.    The coronavirus test results should be made availablewithin a day as against the present time of four to five days,he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" betweenthe number of patients and facilities available in variousparts of Thane district. PTI CORGK GK (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Crimes continue unabated in UP as 8-year-old girl kidnapped Jofra Archer should forget about ‘outside noise’: Holding Sushant Singh’s death: Kangana Ranaut summoned by Mumbai police Chinese brands’ share in Indian mobile phone market falls in June Mathematical method developed for predicting unlikely events Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-07-06Coronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important information - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important information By Anwesha MitraRepresentational image With COVID-19 cases recently crossing the two lakh mark in Maharashtra, the state government has put many precautionary measures in place. As per the government health bulletin, a total of 8,671 people have passed away from the virus in the state till date.But even as the number of coronavirus cases in Mumbai have somewhat stabilized, the satellite cities of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region - Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali and Mira-Bhayandar have become new COVID-19 hotspots.Against this backdrop, we have put together a compiled list of all available information that would help people affected by the virus, or those who have been in contact with others who have since tested positive.What is the current lockdown situation in Mira-Bhayandar?The area under the MBMC has been put under a state of total lockdown. This will be in place till July 10.Also ReadAmid rising COVID-19 cases in Mira Bhayandar, new MBMC chief imposes 'total' lockdownHelpline numbers:COVID - 19 Helpline Room - 022-28117102COVID - 19 Control Room/ War Room - 022-28042738Quarantine Cell - 9920057653Isolation Ward (Pt Bhimsen Joshi Hospital), Bhayander (W) - 022-28041048Disaster Management Cell - 022-28117104Fire Department - Uttan, Bhayander (East) - 022-28452002Fire Department - Navghar, Bhayander (East) - 022-28197637 / 022-28041002Fire Department - Silver park, Mira Road - 022-28553661Fire station - 101Sea Safety - 1093 Public Health Department , Government of MaharashtraToll Free Helpline Number: 104/1075Control Room Number: 020 – 26127394 (State), +91-11-23978046 (National)State Helpline Email ID: ssumaharashtra@gmail.comAlso ReadCoronavirus in Mira-Bhayandar: MBMC panel to audit inflated bills at private hospitals Total Number of cases as of July 5, 2020:Quarantine centres in the city:As per MBMC officials, there are two quarantine facilities in the area. One is located in the Mira Road area, while the other is opposite the sports complex in Bhayander.Address: Rental Building, Phase 16, New Golden Nest, Opposite Sports Complex, Bhayandar (east)Hospitals providing COVID-19 treatment:At present there are nine private hospitals in the twin-city that have tied up with the MBMC under the 80:20 pattern to facilitate Covid-19 treatment. Alongside this, there is also a government run dedicated COVID-19 hospital.Hospitals for treatment of the virus:Pt. Bhimsen Joshi Hospital, in Bhayandar (dedicated COVID-19 hospital)Wockhardt Hospital, Mira RoadThunga Hospital, Bhayandar (testing is done only for admitted patients)Family Care Hospital, Mira RoadShalom Medicare Pvt Ltd, BhayandarSham Bharati Hospital, Mira Road (This is a dynamic list and will be updated as new information is procured)Centres and hospitals for COVID-19 testing:While Mira-Bhayandar does not have any government testing labs of its own, it has a testing tie-up with Metropolis. Apart from this, there are some private hospitals that are conducting tests.This includes:Family Care Hospital, Mira RoadShalom Medicare Pvt Ltd, Bhayandar (samples are collected here)(This is a dynamic list and will be updated as new information is procured) (This article is based on information given on the MBMC website, PIB and the individual hospitals mentioned) (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) MBMCMira BhayandarCOVID-19 Recent StoriesI will continue to raise issues that will help Congress; the battle has just begun, says Sanjay JhaIndia reports highest single-day spike of 29,429 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 9,36,181Maharashtra to hit peak of 1,43,181 COVID-19 active cases on August 1; Pune to reach highest point on July 29: Report Coronavirus in Pune: Corporation to focus on '3 I's' as COVID-19 cases near 30,000 Mumbai: Fire breaks out at Maker Bhavan in Churchgate, 5 fire tenders at spot 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
2020-07-06Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 - Republic World - Republic World
Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 Last Updated: 6th July, 2020 12:43 IST Thane COVID-19 Tally Rises To 42,420, Death Toll Reaches 1,268 The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday. Written By Press Trust Of India The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday. Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data. On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin. Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district. Besides, 47 patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Sunday, raising the toll to 1,268. Out of the 47 deaths, 16 were reported from Thane city, as per the medical bulletin. So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. Thane city has till now also reported the maximum 402 deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Kalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits. An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thane was 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent. Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reported total 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report from the district administration said. Senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited some areas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financially strong and had to depend on the state government and private hospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. The government should immediately pay attention to these civic areas and provide them assistance, including infrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader of opposition in the state Assembly. The coronavirus test results should be made available within a day as against the present time of four to five days, he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" between the number of patients and facilities available in various parts of Thane district.  First Published: 6th July, 2020 12:43 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 11 hours ago Noida: 67 more people test positive for coronavirus; total count 2,831 11 hours ago Chandigarh reports 21 new coronavirus cases 10 hours ago Delhi: Amid rising cases, 50-bed COVID isolation ward opened for residents by North MCD 11 hours ago 5 more BSF staffers test COVID-19 positive in Mizoram 10 hours ago Moderate showers in Mumbai; above average rains in city so far 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 US thanks India for hosting Tibetan leader Dalai Lama; names & shames China's 'aggression' Coronavirus Live Updates: Delhi crosses 1-lakh mark; India's tally stands at 6,97,413 Karnataka: Community transmission of Coronavirus begins, Min says 'situation out of hand' Foreign students in US told they may have to leave if all college courses offered online FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-06Devendra Fadnavis visits Thane; stresses on need for staggered office timings to avoid rush in local trains - Free Press Journal
Devendra Fadnavis visits Thane; stresses on need for staggered office timings to avoid rush in local trains By Dhaval KulkarniPTI Former Chief Minister and incumbent leader of opposition Devendra Fadnavis stressed on the need for flexible and staggered office timings and suburban railway schedules to reduce crowding in these local trains. He was speaking in Thane on Monday. Fadnavis was responding to a question about crowding in local trains, services for which have begun for state and central government employees and those engaged in providing essential services. “I feel flexible timings are important now. Discussions must be held with suburban railway commuters organisations and office timings must be considered. The office hours and the railway schedules must be kept flexible,” urged Fadnavis. Fadnavis also warned that COVID-19 infections were rising in areas in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) like Ulhasnagar, Panvel, Thane and Mira Bhayender. Mumbai and the MMR accounted for 70% of the COVID-19 patient load in the state and the number of mortalities in this area was also more. The rise in coronavirus-related deaths was worrying and the municipal bodies needed more funds and resources to tackle the situation. Fadnavis said the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was willing to offer any aid to the state government to help tide over the situation. He claimed the number of actual Covid related fatalities was yet to come to the fore and 400 such deaths in Mumbai were yet to be accounted for.Also ReadDevendra Fadnavis in Thane: We will not overthrow Maha Vikas Aghadi government, it will succumb to internal conflicts within itself Devendra Fadnavislocal trainsCoronavirusCOVID-19coronavirus in Thane Recent StoriesIndia's COVID-19 count crosses 7 lakh mark, death toll rises to 20,160Happy Birthday MS Dhoni: 5 greatest innings played by the former Indian captain Terrorist, army jawan killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's PulwamaTrump admin says foreign students must leave US if classes go fully onlineIndia-China face-off: The Asian cold war has been sparked off, writes Sanjay Jha 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
2020-07-06Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 - Outlook India
Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 Outlook July 06, 2020 12:17 IST Thane COVID-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 6 (PTI) The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra''s Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday. Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data. On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin. Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district. Besides, 47 patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Sunday, raising the toll to 1,268. Out of the 47 deaths, 16 were reported from Thane city, as per the medical bulletin. So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. Thane city has till now also reported the maximum 402 deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Kalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits. An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thane was 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent. Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reported total 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report from the district administration said. Senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited some areas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financially strong and had to depend on the state government and private hospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. The government should immediately pay attention to these civic areas and provide them assistance, including infrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader of opposition in the state Assembly. The coronavirus test results should be made available within a day as against the present time of four to five days, he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" between the number of patients and facilities available in various parts of Thane district. 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 Tiger Woods Reacts To Justin Thomas Jibe, Says PGA Tour Return Is 'A Risk I'm Willing To Take' Black Lives Matter: 30 Former South Africa Cricketers Issue Rousing Statement In Support Of Lungi Ngidi Congress Suspends Sanjay Jha For 'Anti-party Activities' More from Outlook Magazine Ageing Diary Our Talking Heads You Don’t Deal With Failure. Failure Deals With You: Abhishek Bachchan Next Story : B''desh''s Biman suspends all int''l flights except London Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-06COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur total crosses 1000 while Ulhasnagar nears 3000-mark; Ambernath reports 56 cas - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur total crosses 1000 while Ulhasnagar nears 3000-mark; Ambernath reports 56 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur total crosses 1000 while Ulhasnagar nears 3000-mark; Ambernath reports 56 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Jul 6, 2020, 20:59 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar on Monday reported 159 new cases of coronavirus and the total number of patients in the township went up to 2,969. According to the latest data provided by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), 57 persons have succumbed to the virus in the region while 1,574 have recovered. Out of the 159 cases, the maximum of 56 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 35 in Ulhasnagar-3, 30 in Ulhasnagar-1, 22 in Ulhasnagar-2 and 16 in Ulhasnagar-5. At present, 1,338 are undergoing treatment at designated hospitals in and around the city. On the other hand, in Badlapur, 38 persons tested positive in a single day taking the COVID-19 tally to 1,011 with 17 deaths. As per the Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Corporation (KBMC), so far, 488 patients have been cured and discharged while the number of active cases is pitched at 506. Most of the cases in Badlapur were reported from Belauli, Jadhav Colony, Agaskar Tekdi and Pranjee Gardens, while the remaining were from Sanewadi, Datta Chowk, Vivekanand Nagar, Shreeji Nirvana, Hendrepada, Barrage Road, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Aptewadi, Ganeshnagar, Oak House and TV Tower. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw 56 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday and the case count has now surged to 2,242, along with 63 fatalities. As many as 1,685 have been successfully treated and discharged and the number of active cases under the jurisdiction of Ambernath Municipal Corporation now stands at 504. 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 This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesVizitor helping businesses re-open at zero cost | Signup NowVizitorRERA Registered 2&3BHK Homes Starting at 77.5L*.Book Online.HOUSE OF HIRANANDANICoding is Essential for Your Child. Start Early!CAMP K12Amaal Mallik & Shantanu Moitra Performing At Times Of MusicIndiatimes Get faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaHere's How You Can Work From Home Comfortably Right NowMENSXPInsure, renew policies online - Bajaj Allianz Website & AppBajaj AllianzQuit Smoking with NIXIT Nicotine Lozenge. BUY NOW!NIXITHearing Aids are getting smarter with Bluetoothhear.comTo get your newspaper, visit Wantmypaper.comTOI Want My Paper
2020-07-06Thane coronavirus update: Tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 - Business Standard
Thane coronavirus update: Tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 The number of Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease on Sunday Topics Coronavirus | Thane | Maharashtra Press Trust of India  |  Thane  Last Updated at July 6, 2020 14:36 IST email this article Message: Recipients' Email: Type address separated by commas Your Email: Enter the characters shown in the image. Send me a copy:   https://mybs.in/2YOgOX5 ALSO READ Covid-19 cases: Maharashtra nears 10,000-mark; TN reports 104 new cases Coronavirus LIVE: 80% Covid-19 cases asymptomatic in India; tally at 17,615 Delhi govt issues new guidelines for Covid-19 testing amid rising cases Coronavirus LIVE: 105 Covid-19 deaths in West Bengal; 459 in Maharashtra Covid-19 Factoid: 2 of every 5 new cases last week were from Maharashtra The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday. Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data. On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin. Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district. Besides, 47 patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Sunday, raising the toll to 1,268. Out of the 47 deaths, 16 were reported from Thane city, as per the medical bulletin. So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. Thane city has till now also reported the maximum 402 deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Kalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits. An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thane was 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent. Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reported total 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report from the district administration said. Senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited some areas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financially strong and had to depend on the state government and private hospitals for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. The government should immediately pay attention to these civic areas and provide them assistance, including infrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader of opposition in the state Assembly. The coronavirus test results should be made available within a day as against the present time of four to five days, he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" between the number of patients and facilities available in various parts of Thane district.(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) 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2020-07-06Thane Covid-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 - Deccan Herald
Thane Covid-19 tally rises to 42.4k, death toll at 1268 Thane Covid-19 tally rises to 42.4k, death toll at 1268Thane Covid-19 tally rises to 42,420, death toll reaches 1,268 XShare viaShare permalinkPTI, Thane, Jul 06 2020, 12:45 istupdated: Jul 06 2020, 13:17 istThe number of Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday.Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data.For latest updates on Coronavirus outbreak, click hereOn Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin.Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251, and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district.Besides, 47 patients succumbed to the disease in the district on Sunday, raising the toll to 1,268.Out of the 47 deaths, 16 were reported from Thane city, as per the medical bulletin.So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194.Thane city has till now also reported the maximum 402 deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Kalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits.Coronavirus India update: State-wise total number of confirmed cases, deaths on July 6An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thane was 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent.Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reported total 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report from the district administration said.Senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, who visited some areas of Thane district on Sunday, told reporters that civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region were not financially strong and had to depend on the state government and private hospitals for the treatment of Covid-19 patients.The government should immediately pay attention to these civic areas and provide them assistance, including infrastructure, funds and manpower, said the leader of opposition in the state Assembly.The coronavirus test results should be made available within a day as against the present time of four to five days, he said while expressing concern over the "mismatch" between the number of patients and facilities available in various parts of Thane district.Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeThaneMaharashtraCoronavirusCOVID-19 Related stories Coronavirus tests in India cross one-crore mark Over 100 mm rain in suburban Mumbai, Thane... 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2020-07-06Coronavirus in Thane: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important information - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Thane: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important informationBy FPJ Web DeskPicture for representation(PTI Photo) The number of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra's Thane district has gone up to 42,420 after 1,878 more people tested positive for the disease, officials said on Monday. Thane city accounts for over 25 per cent of the total cases in the district, as per an analysis of the data. On Sunday, 1,878 people tested positive for coronavirus, taking the count of cases to 42,420, the district administration said in a medical bulletin. Out of the fresh cases, Kalyan-Dombivali reported the maximum 482 cases, followed by Thane city-373, Mira Bhayandar-303, Ulhasnagar-251 and Navi Mumbai-191. The remaining cases were reported from other civic limits in the district. Out of the 47 deaths in the district, 16 were reported from Thane city, as per the medical bulletin. So far, Thane city has reported 10,731 coronavirus cases, Kalyan Dombivali-9,086, Navi Mumbai-7,793 Mira Bhayandar-4,314, Ulhasnagar-2,810, Bhiwandi Nizampur-2,319, Ambernath-2,200, Badlapur-973, and Thane rural-2,194. Thane city has till now also reported the maximum 402 deaths, followed by Navi Mumbai-244, Mira Bhayandar-162 and Kalyan Dombivali-140. The remaining fatalities have been reported from other civic limits. An analysis of the data showed the death rate in Thane was 2.99 per cent and the recovery rate was 50.19 per cent. Besides, the neighbouring Palghar district reported total 7,274 cases and 144 deaths till Sunday, a report from the district administration said. Here is all the important information issued by Thane Municipal Corporation you ought to know in times of emergency; Kalsekar Hospital Mumbra - 8104242551 Sapphire Hospitals Thane - 25333222 Metropol Hospital Thane - 25895274 Kaushalya Hospital Thane - 25454000Vedant Hospital Thane - 25988000Civil Hospital Thane - 02225472582Horizon Prime Hospital - 02268556855Thane Health Care - 9820027535Titan Hospital - 02241008000Life Care Hospital - 02225855081Siddhivinayak Maternity and General Hospital - 02225883531Panandikar Hospital - 02225380668Ekta Hopsital LLP & ICCU - 02221721111One can also click here to check the availability of hospital beds for COVID-19 patients. Important contact numbers: Covid-19 Prevention Helpline No. - 1800 222 108National Call Centre 011-23978046State Control Room 020-26127394Thane Collector office Control Room 022-25344715Additionally, one can also self assess in case they see any symptoms. Click here for the link. Click here for more details on the current status of COVID-19 cases in Thane city.Moreover, one can also check if their area is containment zone here.Also ReadCoronavirus in Pune: COVID-19 centres, private hospitals, helplines and other important information issued by PMC TMCthane municipal corporationCoronavirusCOVID-19coronavirus in Thane Recent StoriesMumbai: Stress fund soon to kick start slum rehab projectsPMSSS 2020-21: Online registrations for students of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh are open at aicte-jk-scholarship-gov.in/ Coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh: Adityanath govt imposes lockdown in the state from Friday till July 13 Kerala Gold Smuggling: After Vijayan writes to PM Modi, Centre allows NIA to probe matter; cites national securityCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: COVID-19 tally of Panvel Municipal Corporation reaches 3,330 as of July 9 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
2020-07-05Raut should worry about COVID-19 patients: Fadnavis hits back - Republic World - Republic World
Raut should worry about COVID-19 patients: Fadnavis hits back Last Updated: 5th July, 2020 17:27 IST Raut Should Worry About COVID-19 Patients: Fadnavis Hits Back Fadnavis, who was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilities there, said this in response to a query by reporters. Written By Press Trust Of India Hitting back at Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut for his criticism of the BJP over the appointment of 12 Maharashtra Legislative Council members, former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said instead of thinking about that issue, he should worry about the coronavirus patients in the state. Fadnavis, who was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilities there, said this in response to a query by reporters. "Raut should not bother about the appointment of 12 lehislators. He should worry about the coronavirus patients," Fadnavis said. Shiv Sena is helming the three party-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in the state, which has reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country so far. Raut on Sunday slammed the BJP over the issue of appointment of 12 state Legislative Council members from the governor's quota, saying delay in their nomination would amount to violation of the Constitution and suppression of freedom. In his weekly column 'Rokthok' in Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana', Raut said despite the COVID-19 pandemic, "politicking hasn't stopped", be it over the border standoff with China or handling of the coronavirus situation. The Rajya Sabha member said there were speculations that the appointment of 12 Legislative Council members from the governor's quota may be put on hold and the "new government" (after ousting the Sena-led Maha Vikas Aghadi) would make its own appointments after October. Raut alleged that the opposition party does not want MVA-recommended members to be nominated to 12 seats under the governor's quota in the Upper House of Legislature. The Uddhav Thackeray-led government is yet to recommend 12 names to the governor for nomination in the Legislative Council. The term of the 12 governor-nominated appointees ended last month.  First Published: 5th July, 2020 17:26 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US LATEST NEWS View all 39 mins ago Sikkim asks Army, paramilitary for random testing of personnel before they enter state 42 mins ago Lt Guv Murmu asks administrative secys to closely monitor development works in J-K 18 mins ago India allows 82 Pakistanis stranded due to COVID lockdown to travel home via Wagah border 1 hour ago COVID-19: Record 125 people discharged in Goa, 52 new cases 44 mins ago Maharashtra hotels allowed to reopen from July 8 with 33% guest curb 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 agree to 'complete disengagement at LAC', no unilateral change to be attempted Coronavirus Live Updates: Delhi crosses 1-lakh mark; India's tally stands at 6,97,413 Delhi crosses 1-lakh mark with 1379 new COVID cases; positivity drops to 15.33% from 30% Can 'Dil Bechara' be watched without Disney+Hotstar subscription? Mukesh Chhabra reveals FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-07-05Sanjay Raut should worry about COVID-19 patients: Devendra Fadnavis hits back - Moneycontrol
Sanjay Raut should worry about COVID-19 patients: Devendra Fadnavis hits back Fadnavis, who was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilities there, said this in response to a query by reporters. PTI Hitting back at Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut for his criticism of the BJP over the appointment of 12 Maharashtra Legislative Council members, former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said instead of thinking about that issue, he should worry about the coronavirus patients in the state.Fadnavis, who was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilities there, said this in response to a query by reporters."Raut should not bother about the appointment of 12 lehislators. He should worry about the coronavirus patients," Fadnavis said.
2020-07-05Man arrested for killing elder brother in Thane - Free Press Journal
Man arrested for killing elder brother in Thane By Narendra Gupta Police said that the incident took place at the Ratan Super market in Kopari on Friday evening when the deceased Mahesh Chawla visited the shop and had a heated argument with the accused Anil, who had hatched a plan to kill his brother.needpix.com A 45-year-old man was arrested for allegedly killing his elder brother who used to insult him regularly in Kopri area of Thane city, police said on Saturday.The accused has been identified as Anil Ratan Chawla, 29, Shobit alias Pichku Singh (servant), 19 and Abhay Agnihotri, 19, (servant) all are resident of Kopari east in Thane. While the deceased has been identified as Mahesh Chawla. The victim along with Anil Chawla operated the Ratan Super market in Kopari.Police said that the incident took place at the super market on Friday evening when the deceased Mahesh visited the shop where the accused Anil and his wife resided on first floor of the shop.The situation came to a head on July 2, when the accused allegedly attacked the victim with a an iron rod and killed him on the spot, the official said. The accused had taken the help of two workers in the shop to kill the victim, he added. Datta Gawade, police inspector, Kopari police said, "Anil hatched a conspiracy to kill his brother. He along with servant cleaned the blood on surface and hid the murder weapon. They informed others that Mahesh fell down and was injured".He further said that Anil along with locals and servant called to ambulance and took him to a private hospital where he was declared dead on arrival.During investigations, the post mortem report revealed that he was died due to a deep injury by a sharp object, said an officer.Police arrested them and produced him before the court and remanded them to police custody till July 8. thaneAnil Ratan ChawlaAbhay AgnihotriMahesh ChawlaKopariRatan Super marketDatta Gawade Recent StoriesMumbai: Stress fund soon to kick start slum rehab projectsPMSSS 2020-21: Online registrations for students of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh are open at aicte-jk-scholarship-gov.in/ Coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh: Adityanath govt imposes lockdown in the state from Friday till July 13 Kerala Gold Smuggling: After Vijayan writes to PM Modi, Centre allows NIA to probe matter; cites national securityCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: COVID-19 tally of Panvel Municipal Corporation reaches 3,330 as of July 9 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
2020-07-05Kalyan and Dombivli too, need attention, says Fadnavis as Covid cases witness rise - Hindustan Times
2020-07-05Maharashtra CM wants agencies to counter Covid and Monsoon ailments effectively - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Sunday, July 5, 2020, 7:00 AM IST Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray asks various agencies to counter COVID-19 and monsoon ailments effectivelyBy Sanjay JogBL SONI Mumbai faces twin dangers of coronavirus pandemic and outbreak of waterborne diseases in the wake of torrential rains which the city is expected to get for few more days. Against this backdrop, the Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday asked for proper coordination of various agencies in fight against virus and also to avoid spread of waterborne diseases in the city.Thackeray wants agencies including BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation, Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation, Railways, Mumbai Port Trust and Public Work Department to work together without passing the buck against each other. CM’s directives are crucial as waterlogging in low lying areas and in some parts due to the ongoing work of Metrorail may post threat of spread in infection. He wanted all these agencies to carry out road repairs and fill up potholes without delays.On the Covid 19 crisis, Thackeray pressed the need for increase in tracing, tracking, testing and treatment, rise in quarantine facilities. He also asked BMC to step up efforts to bring down the Covid 19 mortality rate which has surged to 5.79% in the city.Thackeray said the Centre has hailed the BMC’s Covid 19 containment strategy which focusses on chase the virus and reach out to the patients. However, he reminded the city administration the fight against virus is not yet over. In order to control mosquitos breeding in deserted buildings or those under construction, Thackeray directed the civic administration to undertake spraying of insecticides. (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) MUmbaimonsoonCOVID-19 Recent StoriesIndia records 24,248 new COVID-19 cases, total tally rises to 6,97,413TMC's Mahua Moitra takes jibe at Centre; says vaccine deadline to 'spice up PM Modi's speech'A tale of two drones: As China supplies 4 armed drones to Pakistan, India expresses interest at US-made dronesPM Modi, VP Venkaiah Naidu, Om Birla, others pay tributes to Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his birth anniversaryCoronavirus in Mumbai: Amid rise in cases, BMC plans to to ramp up COVID-19 testing 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
2020-07-05Mumbai Rains: IMD predicts heavy rains in Mumbai in next 24 hours - India TV News
Mumbai Rains: IMD predicts heavy rains in Mumbai in next 24 hours Mumbai Rains: IMD predicts heavy rains in Mumbai in next 24 hours Heavy rainfall has continued in Mumbai and its surrounding areas for the second consecutive day. The downpour led to waterlogging in several areas including Andheri, Chembur, Malad, Santa Cruz-Mulund link road, Kurla West, lbs road amongst other places. Thane has also received a heavy downpour over the last 36 hours. Jayprakash Singh Mumbai Updated on: July 05, 2020 23:23 IST Image Source : @ANEESINHA TWITTER Heavy downpour continues at isolated places in Mumbai. IMD predicts for more.  Heavy rainfall has continued in Mumbai and its surrounding areas for the second consecutive day. The downpour led to waterlogging in several areas including Andheri, Chembur, Malad, Santa Cruz-Mulund link road, Kurla West, lbs road amongst other places. Thane has also received a heavy downpour over the last 36 hours.  Thane received the maximum rainfall (213.3mm) on Saturday and there were two reports of walls collapsing in the area. Mumbai's Kandivali also took a heavy pouring (184.3mm) Mumbai Rain: As it happened 9:21 pm: As per the latest available numbers, Mumbai received 26.72 mm rain. Western Suburbs received 62.84 mm rain while Eastern Suburbs received 76.39 mm of rainfall. 8:05 pm: Maharashtra State Disaster Management Authority has warned that rain and thundershowers are likely to occur in Mumbai, Mumbai suburban, Palghar, Pune, Raigad and Thane during the next 2-4 hours. 5:40 pm: IMD predicts moderate to heavy rains in Mumbai in 24 hours "In next 24 hours, intermittent moderate to heavy rain expected in Mumbai and suburbs. Possibility of very heavy rainfall at isolated places. Maximum & minimum temperatures likely to be around 27 degree Celsius & 24 degree Celsius, respectively: India Meteorological Dept, Mumbai," said IMD In next 24 hours, intermittent moderate to heavy rain expected in Mumbai and suburbs. Possibility of very heavy rainfall at isolated places. Maximum & minimum temperatures likely to be around 27 degree Celsius & 24 degree Celsius, respectively: India Meteorological Dept, Mumbai pic.twitter.com/PKSpX42Z2o— ANI (@ANI) July 5, 2020 5:20 pm: Here is the rainfall recorded from 8 am to 3 pm in Mumbai: City: 26.69 mm   Western Suburbs: 62.78 mm Eastern Suburbs: 76.29 mm 4:30 pm: BMC has pressed its men and machines into work to clear waterlogged areas in the city and suburbs. Sometime ago, BMC workers cleared a road in Dahisar. Image Source : TWITTER/ @MYBMCBMC workers clear road in Dahisar 3:40 pm: Water levels start affecting Kurla station. Kurla is station on Central Line in Mumbai that often gets flooded during rains. 02:10 pm: WATCH high tide in Mumbai as heavy rain continues in the maximum city. The IMD earlier in the day predicted high tides of up to 15 feet high.#WATCH Maharashtra: High tide in Mumbai as heavy rain lashes the city. #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/SKKnB7foWF— ANI (@ANI) July 5, 2020 02:05 pm: Visuals from Mumbai SV Road, Andheri West, Near Andheri market. Heavy rainfall around 11.30 am today.Mumbai SV road,Andheri west,Near Andheri market----Time Morning 11.30am today #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiMonsoon #MumbaiWeather #MumbaiTraffic #MumbaiRainWithIndiatv@indiatvnews pic.twitter.com/YgobvMUIYe— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020   01:45 pm: Heavy rainfall since 6 am continues in Andheri West BMC market. Water-logging in many parts Andheri west BMC market--Time --6am early morning today...Water logged till 12pm ....@MCGM_BMC please keep one Water pump to evacuate water from this market when heavy raining ...This is every year problems #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiMonsoon #MumbaiRainWithIndiaTv pic.twitter.com/otmgYFjRmD— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020 01:33 pm: Powai Lake overflows As Mumbai continues to receive heavy downpour, the Powai Lake in Powai valley has started to overflow. Meanwhile, reports of water-logging from various areas have also surfaced including Andheri, Hindmata, other areas.Mumbai’s Powai lake overflows...#MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiMonsoon #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRainWithIndiaTv @indiatvnews pic.twitter.com/KZargHJpGa— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020 12:47 pm: Navi Mumbai downpour continues नवी मुम्बई --कई हाउसिंग सोइटीयो में जलजमाव होना शुरू#MumbaiRains #MumbaiRain #MumbaiMonsoon #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRainWithIndiatv @indiatvnews pic.twitter.com/6xAVDg6yzG— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020 12:39 PM: Waterlogging in Jogeshwari East #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiMonsoon #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRainWithIndiatv जोगेश्वरी ईस्ट ,लगातार जारी है झमाझम बरसात pic.twitter.com/XL3adD8p8R— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020 12:33 PM: Jogeshwari West Downpour मुम्बई के जोगेश्वरी वेस्ट बेहराम बाग के एसवी रोड पर दोनों तरफ से सड़के लबालब भर गई हैट्रैफिक मूवमेंट स्लो हो गया हैयही स्थिति एलबीएस रोड,लिंक रोड की भी है#MumbaiRain #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRainWithIndiatv #MumbaiMonsoon जोगेश्वरी वेस्ट,बेहराम बाग--11.30 बजे सुबह pic.twitter.com/0PCejmYHmJ— Corona Warrior--TheJaypeeSingh (@jayprakashindia) July 5, 2020 12:12 PM: Traffic movement slow in Jogeshwari due to heavy waterlogging 11:40 AM: The heavy showers have led to waterlogging at several places across the city.  Image Source : MUMBAI POLICEFull List of waterlogged areas in Mumbai 11:29 AM: Waterlogging in Malad @IndiaWeatherMan Water logging at oberoi malad east#MumbaiRains #MumbaiRain pic.twitter.com/3UA116Opx1 — Gopal (@GopalVandra) July 5, 2020 11:00 AM: Heavy rainfall in Ulhasnagar #MumbaiRains extremely heavy to heavy rain in #ulhasnagar since morning pic.twitter.com/siRSmLATDY— Sumeet mirchandani (@SumeetSumeet143) July 5, 2020 10:33 AM: Waterlogging in King's circle Mumbai #WATCH Heavy rain triggers waterlogging near King's Circle in Mumbai#Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/tYnx5fesbB— ANI (@ANI) July 5, 2020 10:19 AM: Heavy Rain in Andheri suburb. Shops starting to flood. #MumbaiRains shops starting to flood in #Andheri suburb! #MumbaiRain #rains pic.twitter.com/VBpG2zv3os— Sidhant Mamtany (@SidMamtany) July 5, 2020 10:15 AM: Amazing visuals of rainbow at Gateway of India That's the beauty of #Mumbai!Rainbow
2020-07-05Raut should worry about COVID-19 patients: Fadnavis hits back - Outlook India
Raut should worry about COVID-19 patients: Fadnavis hits back Outlook July 05, 2020 17:23 IST Raut should worry about COVID-19 patients: Fadnavis hits back outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Jul 5 (PTI) Hitting back at Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut for his criticism of the BJP over the appointment of 12 Maharashtra Legislative Council members, former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said instead of thinking about that issue, he should worry about the coronavirus patients in the state. Fadnavis, who was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilities there, said this in response to a query by reporters. "Raut should not bother about the appointment of 12 lehislators. He should worry about the coronavirus patients," Fadnavis said. Shiv Sena is helming the three party-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in the state, which has reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country so far. Raut on Sunday slammed the BJP over the issue of appointment of 12 state Legislative Council members from the governor''s quota, saying delay in their nomination would amount to violation of the Constitution and suppression of freedom. In his weekly column ''Rokthok'' in Sena mouthpiece ''Saamana'', Raut said despite the COVID-19 pandemic, "politicking hasn''t stopped", be it over the border standoff with China or handling of the coronavirus situation. The Rajya Sabha member said there were speculations that the appointment of 12 Legislative Council members from the governor''s quota may be put on hold and the "new government" (after ousting the Sena-led Maha Vikas Aghadi) would make its own appointments after October. Raut alleged that the opposition party does not want MVA-recommended members to be nominated to 12 seats under the governor''s quota in the Upper House of Legislature. The Uddhav Thackeray-led government is yet to recommend 12 names to the governor for nomination in the Legislative Council. The term of the 12 governor-nominated appointees ended last month. 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 More COVID Patients In Delhi Now Getting Cured At Home, Less Need Hospitalisation: Kejriwal Govt Proposal To Promote Migrant Housing A Welcome Step, But It Needs To Do More Chennai Man Spends 10 Days In Corona Ward For Physically Challenged, Covid-Positive Son More from Outlook Magazine In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala Why Hotel Business In Rajasthan Not In The Pink Of Health And Quiet Flows The Ganges... No Divine Blessing For Devbhoomi As Tourism Suffers Next Story : Southern Railway sets up biz unit to boost freight traffic Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-07-05With record spike of 7,074 new COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra's coronavirus tally crosses 2 lakh - Free Press Journal
With record spike of 7,074 new COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra's coronavirus tally crosses 2 lakhBy Dipti SinghCoronavirus in Maharashtra: With record spike of 7,074, state's COVID-19 tally crosses 2 lakh BL Soni Maharashtra on Saturday reported over 7,074 new Covid-19 cases on Saturday, the highest single-day tally to be recorded in 24 hours till date. With the 7000 plus new cases, the overall tally of the state has crossed the grim milestone of 2 lakh.The state has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in India, followed by Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Gujarat.The total number of cases in the state has now reached 2,00,064. Meanwhile, record 295 more deaths in the last 24 hours take the state's death toll to 8,671. Out of these, 124 deaths occurred in the last 48 hours and rest 171 are from the previous period.Out of these rest 171 deaths, 163 deaths in Thane district are from the period April to June 2020. are from the previous period. These 171 include 70 in Thane Municipal Corporation, 15 in Thane, 33 in Navi Mumbai, 32 in Kalyan-Dombivali, 8 in Ulhasnagar, 5 in Bhivandi, 2 in Mira-Bhayandar, 2 in Pimpri-Chinchwad, 3 in Solapur and 1 in Latur. These 171 deaths have been shown in the progressive figures instead of showing in daily figures.The current fatality rate due to covid19 in the state stands at 4.33%.Currently, there are 83,295 active cases in the state while over 1.08 lakh people have already cured and discharged, the state health department said in its daily bulletin released on Saturday evening.Meanwhile, Mumbai reported 1,163 cases and 68 deaths in the last 24 hours. The total covid 19 cases in the city have now jumped to 83,237; while 4,830 have died till date. Total 1,071 recoveries in the last 24 hours have taken the total number of recoveries to 53,463 while the number of active cases is 24,524.The number of recoveries in the state has reached 1,08,082 after 3,395 patients got discharged in the last 24 hours. Recovery rate in the state is 54.02% as against the national average of 60.81%. Currently, near 6 lakh people are in-home quarantine and 41,566 people are in institutional quarantine.On Saturday, only two new coronavirus patients were detected in Dharavi, taking its case tally to 5099. The area, which is known as Asia's largest slum cluster, has recorded just two cases first time since the first week of April. The current covid 19 count of the area stands at 2311. (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) maharashtraMUmbaistatisticsCoronavirus Recent StoriesKerala will stay under curbs for next one yearDonald Trump goes gaga, tells PM Modi: America loves IndiaMinistry says vaccine unlikely before 2021, backtracks later Shiv Sena riled after 5 corporators join NCP in presence of Ajit Pawar in BaramatiCoronavirus Pandemic: Now, India replaces Russia as third-worst affected country by COVID-19 trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-07-05Cyber crook dupes bizman after threatening to circulate smutty advertisement online - Free Press Journal
Cyber crook dupes bizman after threatening to circulate smutty advertisement onlineBy Sachin GaadCyber Crime illustrationFree Press A 49-year-old jewellery exporter from Malabar Hill area has become the latest victim of online fraud when he was duped to the tune of Rs 51,000. The fraudster cheated him after threatening to circulate obscene advertisements of his name on internet.According to the Malabar Hill police, on Wednesday night the businessman received an unknown call, the caller was demanding money for an escort services which as per the caller he used a day ago. When the businessman denied using any such services the call threatened him and send him a link.When he opened the link, he was shocked to find his mobile number on an obscene photograph with obscene text. The businessman immediately called the fraudster and asked him to remove the link, however the fraudster demanded Rs 3000 for the job.After receiving the payment, fraudster demanded another Rs 19,900, when denied, the fraudster told the businessman that he will get a call from the crime branch. After disconnecting the call, the businessman started getting multiple calls from different numbers in connection with the obscene advertisement. To settle the matter, the businessman paid the amount however, the matter was far from over.The fraudster then demanded another Rs 42,000, however, this time the businessman clearly stated that he does not have that much money. The fraudster then agreed to settle for a lesser amount and asked him to pay Rs 28,768. However, even after paying the money, the fraudster continued to demand money.Fed up with the continuous harassment at the hands of the fraudster, the businessman finally approached the Malabar Hill police station and registered his complaint. "We have registered an offence under the IPC section of cheating (420), extortion (384) and under the Information Technology Act and our investigation is underway," said an official. (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) MUmbaionline fraudCybercrime Recent StoriesKerala will stay under curbs for next one yearDonald Trump goes gaga, tells PM Modi: America loves IndiaMinistry says vaccine unlikely before 2021, backtracks later Shiv Sena riled after 5 corporators join NCP in presence of Ajit Pawar in BaramatiCoronavirus Pandemic: Now, India replaces Russia as third-worst affected country by COVID-19 trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-07-05Mumbai Traffic Update: List of roads closed for repair on July 5, 2020 - Free Press Journal
Mumbai Traffic Update: List of roads closed for repair on July 5, 2020By FPJ Web DeskPhoto Credit: ANI On Saturday, Mumbai and neighbouring Thane district continued to receive heavy rains on the second consecutive day. The IMD has issued warning of "very heavy to extremely heavy rainfall" at isolated places in the area besides rest of the North Konkan in the next 24 hours.Water-logging and incidents of tree/branch falling were reported in Mumbai, causing traffic jams. Instances of wall collapse, uprooting of trees and waterlogging were reported in Maharashtra as heavy rains lashed large parts of the western state, including Mumbai, for the second day on Saturday. However, there were no casualties.Mumbai is known as a city that never sleeps, but traffic snarls, illegally parked cars, and pothole-ridden roads slows down the city. A study report by IDFC Institute revealed that people travelling in the financial capital of India spend around 10 to 15 days stuck in traffic. The study report suggests that people living in Mumbai waste 55% of their commuting time stuck in traffic, with the worsening during monsoon season.Also ReadMumbai Weather Update: IMD predicts heavy rainfall for city todayWith this in mind, we've put together a list of roads closed for repair that you can avoid taking:1. J Rathod Marg/Mazgaon Road2. M M Marg3. Dr E Moses Road4. Ganpatrao Kadam Marg5. NM Joshi Marg/ Lower Parel bridge near Lower Parel Railway Station6. Ganpatrao Kadam Marg near Lower Parel Railway Station7. Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Road, Naigaon8. Old Cadell Road9. Hans Bhurga Marg/Santacruz-Chembur Link Road10. IC Colony Road near Dahisar (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 rainsMumbai TrafficMumbai Traffic Update Recent StoriesKerala will stay under curbs for next one yearDonald Trump goes gaga, tells PM Modi: America loves IndiaMinistry says vaccine unlikely before 2021, backtracks later Shiv Sena riled after 5 corporators join NCP in presence of Ajit Pawar in BaramatiCoronavirus Pandemic: Now, India replaces Russia as third-worst affected country by COVID-19 trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-07-05Raut should worry about Covid-19 patients: Fadnavis hits back - Times of India
Raut should worry about Covid-19 patients: Fadnavis hits backTop Searches:Coronavirus in IndiaCorona cases in IndiaIndia China newsAjit DovalCoronavirus airborneIndian ArmyCongressBharat App ChallengePM ModiRaut should worry about Covid-19 patients: Fadnavis hits backPTI | Jul 5, 2020, 17:59 ISTTHANE: Hitting back at Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut for his criticism of the BJP over the appointment of 12 Maharashtra Legislative Council members, former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said instead of thinking about that issue, he should worry about the coronavirus patients in the state. Fadnavis, who was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilities there, said this in response to a query by reporters. "Raut should not bother about the appointment of 12 legislators. He should worry about the coronavirus patients," Fadnavis said. Shiv Sena is helming the three party-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in the state, which has reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country so far. Raut on Sunday slammed the BJP over the issue of appointment of 12 state Legislative Council members from the governor's quota, saying delay in their nomination would amount to violation of the Constitution and suppression of freedom. In his weekly column 'Rokthok' in Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana', Raut said despite the Covid-19 pandemic, "politicking hasn't stopped", be it over the border standoff with China or handling of the coronavirus situation. The Rajya Sabha member said there were speculations that the appointment of 12 Legislative Council members from the governor's quota may be put on hold and the "new government" (after ousting the Sena-led Maha Vikas Aghadi) would make its own appointments after October. Raut alleged that the opposition party does not want MVA-recommended members to be nominated to 12 seats under the governor's quota in the Upper House of Legislature. The Uddhav Thackeray-led government is yet to recommend 12 names to the governor for nomination in the Legislative Council. The term of the 12 governor-nominated appointees ended last month. 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2020-07-05"Worry" About COVID-19 Patients: Devendra Fadnavis Hits Back At Sanjay Raut - NDTV
"Worry" About COVID-19 Patients: Devendra Fadnavis Hits Back At Sanjay RautSearchHomeAll India"Worry" About COVID-19 Patients: Devendra Fadnavis Hits Back At Sanjay Raut "Worry" About COVID-19 Patients: Devendra Fadnavis Hits Back At Sanjay Raut Sanjay Raut on Sunday slammed the BJP over the issue of appointment of 12 state Legislative Council members from the governor's quota, saying delay in their nomination would amount to violation of the Constitution and suppression of freedom. All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: July 05, 2020 06:11 pm ISTDevendra Fadnavis was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilitiesThane: Hitting back at Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut for his criticism of the BJP over the appointment of 12 Maharashtra Legislative Council members, former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said instead of thinking about that issue, he should worry about the coronavirus patients in the state.Mr Fadnavis, who was on a visit to Ulhasnagar to take stock of the healthcare facilities there, said this in response to a query by reporters."Raut should not bother about the appointment of 12 lehislators. He should worry about the coronavirus patients," Mr Fadnavis said.Shiv Sena is helming the three party-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in the state, which has reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country so far.Mr Raut on Sunday slammed the BJP over the issue of appointment of 12 state Legislative Council members from the governor's quota, saying delay in their nomination would amount to violation of the Constitution and suppression of freedom.In his weekly column ''Rokthok'' in Sena mouthpiece ''Saamana'', Mr Raut said despite the COVID-19 pandemic, "politicking hasn't stopped", be it over the border standoff with China or handling of the coronavirus situation.The Rajya Sabha member said there were speculations that the appointment of 12 Legislative Council members from the governor's quota may be put on hold and the "new government" (after ousting the Sena-led Maha Vikas Aghadi) would make its own appointments after October.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comMr Raut alleged that the opposition party does not want MVA-recommended members to be nominated to 12 seats under the governor''s quota in the Upper House of Legislature.The Uddhav Thackeray-led government is yet to recommend 12 names to the governor for nomination in the Legislative Council. The term of the 12 governor-nominated appointees ended last month.  Comments Sanjay RautDevendra FadnavisTrack Coronavirus pandemic in India and get the latest COVID-19 news from around the world on ndtv.com/coronavirusWatch Live News:Follow Us:Trending Watch: Selfie In River Nearly Cost 2 Madhya Pradesh Girls Their LivesSara Reveals What 'Dil Bechara' Co-Stars Sushant And Saif Had In Common"One Last Time," Writes Ankita Lokhande For Sushant's Film 'Dil Bechara'FoodHow To Make Protein-Rich Chana Dal Parantha13 SlidesEntertainmentSonali And Rossellini - A Love Story10 SlidesFashionThe Craft Of Bandhani12 SlidesNitish Kumar Is "Invisible" As Bihar Deals With Floods: Tejashwi Yadav"Not Told Assembly Session Agenda": Rajasthan Governor Takes On CongressAdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisementQuick LinksUnlock 2 GuidelinesCoronavirus LiveCoronavirus HelplineCoronavirus CasesCoronavirus FAQRajasthan Live UpdatesRahul GandhiSachin PilotRajnath SinghPM Narendra ModiSENSEXAshok GehlotShare Market TodayPriyanka GandhiSushant Singh RajputWeather UpdateSonu SoodMukesh AmbaniRam MandirHAMMER MissileKim KardashianAdvertisement................................ Advertisement ................................Latest News Chinese Researcher Who Hid In Consulate To Appear In US Court "Not Told Assembly Session Agenda": Rajasthan Governor Takes On Congress EU Eyes COVID-19 Vaccine At Less Than $40, Shuns WHO-Led Alliance: Report Centre's Insurance Scheme Not For Nurses In Non-Covid Patient Care: Court Landslides Triggered By Heavy Rain Destroy Key Road Links In Arunachal About UsAdvertiseNews AlertArchivesAppsCareersChannelsDisclaimerFeedbackInvestorsOmbudsmanRedressalsService Terms © COPYRIGHT NDTV CONVERGENCE LIMITED 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.livetvarrowprintemailchatlinkedinredditWhatsAppfacebooktwittermorenotificationsearchsnapchat
2020-07-05LIVE COVID-19 Updates: Positive cases in Maharashtra cross 2 lakh; India records highest single-day spike - Mumbai Mirror
LIVE COVID-19 Updates: Positive cases in Maharashtra cross 2 lakh; India records highest single-day spikeJul 5, 2020, 09.36AMLIVE COVID-19 Updates: Positive cases in Maharashtra cross 2 lakh; India records highest single-day spikeMaharashtra on Saturday crossed over two lakh COVID-19 positive cases with a staggering 7,074 fresh cases. As per the government health bulletin, a total of 295 people died due to the virus in the state, taking the death toll to 8,671.The total number of cases shot up to 2,00,064 in the state, which has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in India, followed by Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Gujarat.July started with three-digit high of deaths and 6,000 plus new patients daily for the past three days, causing massive concerns among the health officials.With the highest ever single-day spike of 22,771 cases, the country’s coronavirus tally reached 6,48,315.Meanwhile, the Kolkata Airport authority banned domestic flights from six cities, including Delhi, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai, Mumbai and Ahmedabad, for the next two weeks, starting from July 6.Here are the other COVID-19 news updates from Mumbai, Maharashtra and other parts of the country:Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-07-05 09:36(IST) Bengaluru goes into complete lockdownBBMP Commissioner BH Anil Kumar has announced a complete lockdown in Bengaluru every Sunday, starting from tomorrow. In an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19, the strict lockdown will be imposed from 8 pm on Saturday till 5 am on Monday. As Covid-19 cases continue to spike, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa has announced a lockdown on all Sundays till August 2. Authorities said that the public is not allowed to roam around on the streets unnecessarily during this time. Grocery stores, fruits and vegetable shops, mutton shops and pharmacies will be open as usual. The Commissioner said that it is mandatory to wear masks while stepping out. He also requested people to cooperate with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and the police. It is important for the public to cooperate with the government to fight against Covid-19, he said.2020-07-05 09:12(IST) Karnataka: Complete lockdown being observed in Kalaburagi todayKarnataka: Complete lockdown being observed in Kalaburagi today, due to rise in COVID19 cases. The state government… https://t.co/COLgCqxyxV— ANI (@ANI) 15939193530002020-07-05 08:32(IST) China's Hubei reports no new Covid-19 casesNo new confirmed, asymptomatic or suspected cases of Covid-19 were reported in central China's Hubei Province on Saturday, the provincial health commission said on Sunday.Currently, Hubei has a total of three asymptomatic cases and 121 close contacts under medical observation, Xinhua reported.As of Saturday, Hubei had reported a total of 68,135 confirmed Covid-19 cases, with 63,623 cases having been cured and discharged from hospitals. The disease has claimed 4,512 lives in the province. (IANS)2020-07-05 08:31(IST) Mumbai: Police arrest two for selling e-passes illegallyThe Crime Branch has arrested two people for allegedly procuring travel e-passes by submitting bogus documents and selling them. Officials said the duo sold the illegally-procured passes to around 100 people, for Rs 6,000 each. The accused would also arrange the forged COVID negative certificate required during the application process. The two have been identified as Ravindra Dighe, age 39, a resident of Thane, and his cousin brother Ramdeo Dighe, 25, a driver by profession. Read more2020-07-05 08:30(IST) Mumbai: COVID-19 affects Ganapati idol-making businessMumbai: Idol makers say #COVID19 has affected their business&they haven't been able to make sufficient Ganesh idols… https://t.co/iLx6Y2YZWD— ANI (@ANI) 15939069010002020-07-05 08:28(IST) Kalyan and Dombivali run out of bedsA surge in new Covid-19 cases is putting pressure on Kalyan and Dombivali’s creaking healthcare infrastructure, with municipal authorities struggling to arrange beds for desperate patients. On Saturday 555 people tested positive in the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation area, taking the total number of active cases past the 5,000-mark (5,123). Five more people died on Saturday, taking the toll to 135. Despite the rapid increase in the caseload, the healthcare facilities remain woefully inadequate. Read more2020-07-05 08:27(IST) Doctors’ associations urge CM to step in to protect Mumbai copsConcerned with the rising Covid-19 deaths and infections in the Mumbai police force, the Association of Medical Consultants and the Indian Medical Association have written to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, seeking his intervention to provide better quality masks and face shields to cops. Currently, Mumbai cops – who are posted at some of the most sensitive Covid-19 zones like hospitals, isolation centres and containment zones – have been provided the most basic wash-and reuse cloth masks. The letter to the CM says that given the risk that the cops are being exposed to, they must be provided with three-ply masks and face shields. 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2020-07-05BEST announces credit, EMI facilities for those who got inflated bills - Free Press Journal
BEST announces credit, EMI facilities for those who got inflated bills By Sanjay Jog Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) with a consumer base of 10.5 lakh in Mumbai, has proposed to give credit to the consumers who are overbilled and if recovery based on estimated bills is more than actual bills. Excess amounts after adjustment of the actual bill will be credited to the consumer account and they will earn extra credit at the prescribed holding charge.Consumers will be given slab benefit by apportioning the actual consumption on a monthly basis. The delayed payment charges and interest on arrears will be calculated on the basis of actual consumption only and if excess has been recovered the same will be credited to the consumer account.BEST’s move comes days after the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission had asked the distribution companies to address the issue of inflated bills received for the lockdown period. In response to MERC directives, the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company and Adani Electricity have announced EMI facility, non-disconnection of power supply despite outstanding and a couple of other initiatives.Further, BEST has started meter reading cycle wise in non-containment areas from June 15 in order to give bills to consumers on actual basis at the earliest. ‘’As a policy, no disconnections for outstanding payments have been carried out during the lockdown period to avoid any inconvenience to consumers. Wherever the bill is more than double that of the average for the period of March to May, consumers will be given the option to make payments in 3 EMIs with carrying cost,’’ said BEST chief engineer (customer care) Rajendra Patsute.He informed that industrial and commercial consumers have been billed 10% of their estimated consumption from May 19 onwards. Industrial and commercial consumers are also allowed a three months moratorium on fixed charges. For all other consumers the estimated consumption during lockdown was based on consumption of March.According to Patsute, in April, May and June the consumption generally increases. ‘’Also during lock down people were at home which may have increased residential consumption in many cases,’’ he noted. BESTAdani Electricity Mumbai LimitedMERC Recent StoriesWatch out Trump: Rapper Kanye West announces he's running for US Presidential Elections; bags support from Elon Musk Earthquake of 4.7 magnitude hits Ladakh's Kargil Assam Raj Bhavan Campus declared containment zone after detection of COVID-19 positive case Will defeat radical left, anarchists, agitators, looters, warns Donald Trump in his 'Salute to America' celebration speechChina must be held fully accountable for COVID-19: Donald Trump on US' 244th Independence Day 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
2020-07-05Report COVID results within 24 hours of admission: Panvel Municipal Commissioner to private hospitals - Free Press Journal
Report COVID results within 24 hours of admission: Panvel Municipal Commissioner to private hospitalsBy Amit Srivastava Shift negative patients to non-COVID hospitals, orders Panvel civic bodyPTI The Panvel Municipal Commissioner (PMC) has issued a fresh guideline for the treatment of suspect corona patients in all private or government hospitals in its jurisdiction. Now, after admitting the patient, all the hospitals will have to get COVID tests done and report within the next 24 hours whether the patient is positive or not. Based on the results, the patient will be shifted to COVID or non-COVID hospitals.As per the order, until the COVID test's report does not come and confirms whether the patient is positive or not, it is the hospital’s responsibility to ensure that the patient does not come in contact with COVID positive patients in the hospital.The civic chief has also directed that all the hospitals carry out COVID test with TrueNat or RtPCR or as per the ICMR guidelines immediately after patients are admitted to the hospital. If the test report is positive in TrueNat, the RtPCR test is mandatory to confirm the report. “The hospitals will have to ensure that the report must come within 24 hours and for this, they can send the sample at the lab MGM Hospital in Kamothe or a private lab,” said a senior official from PMC. He added that after getting a report of COVID, the hospital will shift the patient in COVID or non-COVID hospital. “They will also ensure that during the 24 hours in the hospital, the patients do not come in contact with corona positive patients,” added the official.According to a civic official, there were complaints that private hospitals were not entertaining patients in the absence of COVID test report and in case they admit patient, the COVID test report was delayed to fleece the patient.The civic body also directed that asymptomatic patients should be treated at home. “All asymptomatic patients should be isolated at home or at the institution quarantine centre. They should not be provided beds unless they develop symptoms,” said the official.Meanwhile, leader of the opposition Devendra Fadnavis visited Panvel Municipal Corporation and Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation to check the arrangement to fight against COVID-19. He lambasted the state government over the poor preparation and also shrinking its responsibility by transferring municipal commissioner at large scale.Fadnavis said that the rise in the number of positive cases in Navi Mumbai is the APMC. “There is a need of thermal screening and more random testing and number of ventilators are also low as per the need in future,” he said. (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go) Devendra FadnavisMGM hospitalICMRCoronavirusCOVID 19TrueNat testingPanvel Municipal Commissioner (PMC) Recent Stories'Thank you messages' to send on Guru Purnima 2020: Wishes and greetings to send on SMS, WhatsApp and FacebookWatch out Trump: Rapper Kanye West announces he's running for US Presidential Elections; bags support from Elon Musk Earthquake of 4.7 magnitude hits Ladakh's Kargil Assam Raj Bhavan Campus declared containment zone after detection of COVID-19 positive case Will defeat radical left, anarchists, agitators, looters, warns Donald Trump in his 'Salute to America' celebration speech 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
2020-07-05Thane cases cross 10,000, KDMC gets over 1,500 patients in 3 days - Times of India
Thane cases cross 10,000, KDMC gets over 1,500 patients in 3 daysThane cases cross 10,000, KDMC gets over 1,500 patients in 3 daysManoj Badgeri, Vijay Singh & Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jul 5, 2020, 08:16 ISTHealth workers conducting door-to-door check-ups in Malad MUMBAI: Covid-19 cases in Thane breached the 10,000 mark on Saturday. The new patients included a woman corporator and 24 policemen. Thane has maintained its dubious lead in Covid cases among satellite towns, with 10,358 patients and 367 deaths. On Saturday, Thane recorded 408 cases and 17 deaths. In light of the grim situation, state cabinet minister Aditya Thackeray interacted with civic chiefs of Thane, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander and Kalyan-Dombivli. In the meeting held at TMC, Thackeray took stock of the coronavirus situation in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). "We are increasing the number of laboratories, oxygen concentrators and testing in Thane. We also plan to equip ambulances and review the number of jumbo facilities here," said Thackeray, while requesting people to stay indoors. As Covid numbers multiplied in the lake city from 389 cases in May first week to 3,800 in June and have now crossed 10,000, activists and corporators have questioned the administration's ability to keep the virus in check. Additional municipal commissioner Sanjay Herwade assured the TMC is well prepared to handle the situation. Among the satellite towns under lockdown, Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation is the only municipality to have recorded more than 500 single-day positive cases for three consecutive days. On Saturday, it reported 555 cases and five deaths, taking the toll to 135 and total cases to 8,601. After a full lockdown began in NMMC on Saturday, 257 positive cases were reported, taking the total count to 7,602. The death toll touched 239 with seven succumbing to the virus on Saturday. NMMC commissioner A B Misal, too, has requested people to stay indoors. In Vasai-Virar where a total lockdown has not been imposed, 220 cases were reported. Testing has increased with 1,375 swabs collected on Saturday, when the deaths remained unchanged at 124. The addition of 126 cases in Mira-Bhayander on Saturday was attributed to the lockdown. Civic officers said the recovery rate is now 73%. There were six deaths on Saturday, taking the toll to 158. Panvel City Municipal Corporation recorded 135 fresh cases on Saturday, taking the total to 2,713. There were two deaths. 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2020-07-04Coronavirus in Thane: With 1,948 new cases, COVID-19 count crosses 40,000-mark in the district - Free Press Journal
Coronavirus in Thane: With 1,948 new cases, COVID-19 count crosses 40,000-mark in the districtBy PTICoronavirus in Thane: With 1,948 new cases, COVID-19 count crosses 40,000-mark in the districtPTI The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane district touched 40,542 as 1,948 people, including 555 from Kalyan, tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday, while 45 deaths, including that of a police naik, during the day took the toll to 1,221, an official said. A former mayor tested positive for novel coronavirus and has been admitted in hospital, he added. "Of the 1,948 cases, Kalyan led with 555, followed by Thane at 408, Mira Bhayander and Navi Mumbai 257 each and Ulhasnagar 212. Thane city now has 10,358 cases, Kalyan 8,604, Navi Mumbai 7,602, Mira Bhayander 4,011," he said. Neighbouring Palghar district has 7,027 cases, which includes 142 deaths. (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) thanekalyanCoronavirusCOVID-19coronavirus in Thane Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Now, state govt to cap mask and sanitizer pricesCoronavirus in Maharashtra: Hotels, guesthouses & lodges to operate at 33% capacity from July 8 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 July 6Final-year exams to be conducted by September-end - Check UGC guidelinesCoronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: MBMC to imposes hefty fines for spitting, not wearing masks 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
2020-07-04Ignored all this while, MMR now threatens to derail city’s recovery - Mumbai Mirror
Ignored all this while, MMR now threatens to derail cityYou are in an offline modeIgnored all this while, MMR now threatens to derail city’s recoveryMumbai Mirror / Updated: Jul 4, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto by Satish MalavadeTeam Mumbai Mirror MMR towns had sought protection in May as over 70 per cent of their cases comprised essential workers commuting to Mumbai. The request was denied. In the first week of May as coronavirus raged around the country, three municipal corporations and a municipal council of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) requested that their residents, who worked in Mumbai, should be provided accommodation in the capital city itself. They had numbers to back their request – 70 per cent of the Covid-19 cases in their jurisdiction were people who worked in Mumbai or their close contacts. The suggestion was swatted down by their bosses in Mumbai with the contempt usually reserved for Mumbai’s fringe towns that comprise the MR in MMR – Thane, Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Panvel, Vasai-Virar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Ambernath and Badlapur. Close to two months later, that arrogance of Mumbai has come back to bite it. While Mumbai’s Covid-19 numbers are showing signs of stabilising, the cases in MMR are rising relentlessly. And since these fringe towns, for decades treated like the capital’s dormitories, lack the health infrastructure to fight a pandemic of this scale, the fringe is now threatening to overwhelm the capital’s hospitals and testing facilities once again. Hundreds of swab samples are arriving in the city from MMR for tests, and the municipal corporations have begun sending their patients too to Mumbai. And yolked as it is to MMR, Mumbai cannot proclaim victory over Covid-19, not even progress, if the other municipal corporations keep reporting record numbers. Municipal corporation heads Mumbai Mirror spoke to said the situation has worsened following the unlocking exercise as more people have begun commuting to Mumbai for work. “They are bringing back the virus to satellite towns which are not even half as well equipped as Mumbai to deal with this crisis,” said a senior official in Navi Mumbai requesting anonymity. Seven of the eight municipal corporations have now enforced a lockdown and in a desperate measure to get a grip on the situation, four IAS officers with medical background have been deputed as municipal commissioners. Kalyan-Dombivali is an example of how quickly the situation in these towns has changed. On June 10, the twin towns had only 727 active cases and only 50 deaths had been reported. On Friday, July 3, the two towns had 4700 active cases and the number of deaths had swelled to 130. Social activists say nobody paid attention to MMR as the entire focus was on Mumbai. They point out that if bosses in Mumbai had heeded the municipal corporations’ warning that the virus was being imported into their jurisdiction, this situation would not have arisen. “They should have protected MMR early, knowing fully well that these municipal corporations didn’t have the testing facilities and the hospitals to fight a pandemic of this size,” said the head of an NGO active in health sector. He did not wish to be identified. Photo by Deepak Turbhekar In neighbouring Thane, the second biggest municipal corporation in MMR after BMC, there has been a massive jump in cases since May. The city had around 300 cases at the start of May. The number now stands at 9229. Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation has announced a lockdown from July 3 midnight to July 13 midnight. Municipal Commissioner Annasaheb Misal is confident that the number of patients will come down by July 15. NMMC has struggled to fill all posts of doctors, specialists and nurses and ward boys at its Covid treatment facilities. The town currently has 2,997 active Covid-19 cases and 232 people have lost their lives. Senior state government officials said that even for testing, MMR towns were highly dependent on Mumbai. “Most of the labs are based in Mumbai. With these towns turning into hotspots, a majority of the public labs in Mumbai are testing samples from MMR. A large number of samples are brought to Mumbai from cities like Bhiwandi and Mira-Bhayandar,” said a senior state government official. Additional Chief Secretary S J Kunte, who is in charge of MMR for Covid-19 pandemic, said sending young IAS officers with medical background to MMR is aimed at bringing the situation under control quickly. He said the lockdown will also help. “Seven out of nine municipal corporations in MMR are now in strict lockdown and we have increased preparedness of both civic and police administration to deal with lockdown,” he said. Kunte said the BMC is building giant Covid care facilities on the city’s periphery. “These facilities can be used to treat patients from MMR,” he said, and added that the municipal corporations have been asked to offer better salaries to doctors and other health workers. “The satellite towns were getting some aid from National Health Mission, but this was not enough. We have told these corporations to match the additional amount for doctors and medical staff. For example, if NHM is paying Rs 50,000 for an intensivist, the corporation has been told to pay Rs 50,000 as additional amount in salary,’’ said Kunte. Health Minister Rajesh Tope and Thane district guardian minister Eknath Shinde did not respond to repeated calls and text messages. 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2020-07-04Mumbai records 73 deaths in 48 hrs; state has 6,364 new cases - Mid-day
With the number of COVID-19 deaths increasing in the city, Mumbai recorded 73 on Friday, all of which took place over the past 48 hours. For the first time in weeks, no backlog of deaths was added to the toll. The state's count of cases increased by 6,364, the highest jump recorded in a single day, taking the total close to the 2-lakh mark. State health department officials said Maharashtra recorded 198 COVID-related deaths on Friday and of them, 150 occurred in the last 48 hours. Among the recent deaths, barring the 73 in Mumbai, 18 deaths were from Pune, 11 from Thane, six fr