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2020-08-31Barvi dam in Thane reaches its full capacity, over 2,000 cusecs water released - Hindustan Times
2020-08-31COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness a surge once again; Ambernath reports 20 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness a surge once again; Ambernath reports 20 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness a surge once again; Ambernath reports 20 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 31, 2020, 21:12 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto for representative purpose onlyThane: With numbers going up once again, Ulhasnagar reported 48 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,805. Also, with 27 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 7,173 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 406 while 226 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 48 new cases, 13 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 12 in Ulhasnagar-3, 11 in Ulhasnagar-5, seven in Ulhasnagar-1 and five in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 20 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 4,959. At present, 296 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 186 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 4,477 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 55 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 4,132 with 71 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Belauli, Marathon Nagari, Nandraj Nagari, Shri Gokul Dham Society and Shivaji Chowk, while the remaining were from Panvelkar Vellozia, Katrap, Samarth Nagar, Ganesh Nagar, Aptewadi, Shirgaon, Manorama Nagar, Ghorpade Arcade, Vaaniaali, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Datta Chowk, Manjarli and Rameshwadi. So far, 3,765 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 296 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSLockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020 Sumadhura Sushantham Luxury Apts 1225 sqft. to 2030 sqft.Sumadhura SushanthamBrigade Meadows: Ready to Move In 2 & 3 BHK at Kanakapura RdBrigade GroupShape, trim or shave at home with Philips One Blade.Philips Men2/3BHK Homes on Mysore Rd. Vijaynagar Jn @ just 85L OnwardsPride GroupLife cover + 40 Critical Illnesses cover with a Term Plan^Max Life InsuranceBest deal, save ₹ 2736 on MI NotebookAMAZON Dell XPS 13 Laptop - Premium & Colorful Design‎Dell IndiaBook your home @Vajram Newton & enjoy NO EMI for 1 year!Vajram NewtownDo copy paste work and earn lakhs of rupees from home!Career TimesSit at home and Make Rs.12500/day by working online!Career TimesHow a housewife is making Rs.6500/day from home!Career TimesBecome Payworld retailer & start providing Essential Banking Services.Payworld
2020-08-31Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai to get 5,000 beds this week to counter surge in cases - Mumbai Mirror
Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai to get 5,000 beds this week to counter surge in casesYou are in an offline modeThane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai to get 5,000 beds this week to counter surge in casesByLata MishraLata Mishra / Updated: Aug 31, 2020, 07:19 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeThe Thane Municipal Corporation says another 2,200 beds could be added if cases continue to soar in Unlock 4The fear that Unlock 4 might usher in more infections has prompted the state authorities to set up more Covid-19 jumbo centres with 5,000 additional beds in Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar by this week. BMC officials and medical experts, Dr Muffazal Lakdawala and Dr Rajesh Dere, who had helped set up jumbo centres with oxygen beds quickly in Mumbai with limited workforce are guiding the municipal corporations of these cities. Thane will build 1,800 beds at two centres, Navi Mumbai 1,200 at three centres, Kalyan-Dombivali 1,000, and Mira-Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar 500 each. As the loan moratorium ends today, it’s a rough ride ahead for transport sectorReeling under loss of business due to the pandemic, bus and cab operators are worried about paying EMIs; they say many of them will be forced to go off road if the moratorium is not extended Cases began to soar in satellite cities with the easing of lockdown restrictions under Mission Begin Again. As on Saturday, they accounted for 56 per cent of the total 3,27,462 cases in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). At a recent meeting, state health department officials raised the concerns that as more curbs go in Unlock 4, beginning September 1, bigger surges are likely to be recorded. Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, who had helped set up the NSCI jumbo facility, is guiding the Thane, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan-Dombivali civic bodies Suresh Kakani, additional commissioner in the BMC, said cases have begun to flatten in Mumbai, barring a few spikes in recent days. “But since 50 per cent of the population in satellite cities travels to Mumbai for work, infections could spread both ways. Unless we can get tallies in all of MMR under control, running local trains would be extremely difficult.” Pointing out that shoring up medical infrastructure is key to containing the numbers, Kakani said BMC engineers and other experts have already begun laying out new action plans with the five civic bodies. He said building more jumbo centres also allows civic bodies to free up their hospitals for non-Covid-19 care. No. of beds Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, the renowned bariatric surgeon who had helped the BMC set up Mumbai’s first Covid-19 jumbo centre at the NSCI dome in Worli, has been roped in to guide Thane, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan-Dombivali municipal corporations. “With just 12 doctors and 30 nurses, we had started the 300-bed isolation centre at the NSCI dome. Its launch proved that such a centre can be run with limited manpower,” he said. “I have advised the three corporations to set up contactless cubicles for X-rays and to monitor patients via CCTV cameras. The current priority is to ensure that no patient is left without a bed.” Since 50% of the population in satellite cities travels to Mumbai for work, infections could spread both ways. Unless we can get tallies in all of MMR under control, running trains will be difficult—Suresh Kakani, additional commissioner in the BMC To break up with social media or notThere have been multiple times when I have been at this point in life – a point where I distance myself from social media, and even technology, to find myself again. Dr Rajesh Dere, dean of the two field hospitals at Bandra-Kurla Complex offering 2,080 beds, said he has drawn up a standard operating procedure that allows one to run a 1,000-bed jumbo centre with 70 doctors as well as 200 nurses and other paramedical staff. Vishwanath Kelkar, deputy commissioner of Thane Municipal Corporation, which is currently operating two jumbo centres at Kalwa and Mumbra, said another 2,200 beds could be added if cases continue to soar in Unlock 4. Abhijit Bangar, Navi Mumbai municipal commissioner, of the 1,200 beds, 200 will be exclusively for intensive care. “We have tied up with Dr DY Patil Hospital for the 200 beds, 80 of which will have ventilators.” Barring Navi Mumbai, all others have outsourced management of their existing jumbo centres to a private party: Khalid Sheikh, the managing editor of Sai Group of Hospitals, whose 51-bed hospital in Dharavi was the first private facility to be acquired by the BMC in April to fight Covid-19. Sheikh said since he had worked closely with the BMC, he offered to assist satellite towns as well. 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2020-08-31August Monsoon: Mumbai Receives Highest Rains Since 1983; Second Highest Rainfall on Record for Konkan and Goa - The Weather Channel
2020-08-31COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra records 16,000 plus cases again - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra records 16,000 plus cases againAug 31, 2020, 22.04PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra records 16,000 plus cases againFor the second straight day, Maharashtra recorded over 16,000 Covid-19 cases even as the state death toll dropped below the 300 mark after almost a week. The new cases have taken the state's total to 7.80 lakh while the death toll shot up to 24,399. Both are the highest in the country. Meanwhile, 5.62 lakh people have also been discharged from hospitals. Remaining below the 50 mark for over two weeks, Mumbai, with 30 fatalities, saw its death toll increase to 7,626 and the number of corona cases increased by 1,237 to 1.44 lakh. For over a week, India has continued to record over 70,000 cases. The COVID tally has crossed the 35-lakh mark with a spike of 78,512 new cases and 971 deaths in the last 24 hours.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-31 22:04(IST) COVID-19 August 31 Highlights: Mumbai reports 1,179 new cases; Maharashtra's recovery rate pitched at 72.37 per centMaharashtra reported 11,852 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 7,92,541. Also, 184 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 24,583 and the number of active cases to 1,94,056 as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Read more2020-08-31 21:40(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur witness a surge once again; Ambernath reports 20 casesWith numbers going up once again, Ulhasnagar reported 48 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,805. Read more2020-08-31 21:07(IST) Savitribai Phule Pune University's convocation ceremony to be held onlineSavitribai Phule Pune University's (SPPU) 117th convocation ceremony will be held online on September 3. About 7,035 graduate and postgraduate students in various disciplines will be issued their degree certificates. Dr. Naushad D. Forbes, Co-Chairman of Forbes Marshall Pvt. Ltd, will be attending the event as the chief guest. He will also address the students online via video conferencing. Read more2020-08-31 20:41(IST) Nearly 50% of 122 hand sanitisers tested are adulterated, according to CGSI studyNearly 50 per cent of 122 hand sanitisers tested in Mumbai and Thane are adulterated according to a scientific study conducted by the Consumer Guidance Society of India, the oldest consumer body in the country. Out of them, four per cent contained toxic methanol, which can have serious side effects like damaging the optic nerve and causing blindness. Read more2020-08-31 20:03(IST) Figures from Karnataka6,495 new COVID-19 cases, 7,238 discharges and 113 deaths reported in Karnataka in the last 24 hours, taking total… https://t.co/mHL7MDtfhy— ANI (@ANI) 15988815180002020-08-31 19:39(IST) Maharashtra Mission Begin Again: No e-pass required for inter-district movement; private offices allowed to operate from September 2The government of Maharashtra on Monday issued new guidelines for easing the flow of activities in the state as part of Mission Begin Again. The new rules will come into effect from September 2 in areas outside containment zones. Read more2020-08-31 19:06(IST) West Bengal government announces extension of lockdown in containment zonesThe West Bengal government on Monday announced the extension of lockdown in containment zones till September 30, 2020. The state government also said that schools, colleges, educations institutes, cinema halls, entertainment parks, swimming pools and theatres will continue to remain closed till the end of September. Read more2020-08-31 18:42(IST) India's Q1 GDP growth contracts by 23.9% as COVID-19 cripples economic activitiesThe Indian economy contracted by 23.9 per cent in the April to June quarter (Q1 FY21) as COVID-19 pandemic compressed consumer demand and private investments, government data showed on Monday. Read more2020-08-31 18:19(IST) COVID-19: Dharavi sees slight jump in fresh cases, Dadar reports 19 new casesMumbai's Dharavi saw a jump in fresh COVID-19 cases on Monday. The number of fresh cases in the former hotspot -- which usually remained in single digits -- stands at 15. With this, the total tally has climbed to 2,775. Read more2020-08-31 17:26(IST) Consider plea to hold prayers at a Parsi temple: HC to MahaThe Bombay High Court on Mondaydirected the Maharashtra government to consider a representation made by the Bombay Parsi Panchayat (BPP) for holding prayers at a temple of the community in Mumbai on September 3, amidst the COVID-19 restrictions.A bench of Justices RD Dhanuka and MJ Jamdar was hearing a petition filed by BPP trustee Viraf Mehta seeking permission to hold the annual 'Farvardiyan' prayers at the Doongerwadi temple at Kemps Corner.Mehta had sought the permission citing the Supreme Court order allowing the Jain community to open three temples in the city for Paryushan festival.2020-08-31 17:26(IST) Complete lockdown in Bengal on Sept 7, 11 and 12: Chief secretaryComplete lockdown will beimposed across West Bengal on September 7, 11 and 12 to contain the spread of COVID-19, Chief Secretary Rajiva Sinha said on Monday.The state government had earlier announced these dates for complete lockdown in September, but the Centre, in its Unlock 4 guidelines issued recently, had made it clear that states cannot enforce local lockdown without prior consultation.The order issued by Sinha also said lockdown will be extended in containment zones in West Bengal till September 30.2020-08-31 17:25(IST) Karnataka PCC president DK Shivakumar recovers from COVID-19, discharged from hospitalCongress' Karnataka unitpresident D K Shivakumar who was undergoing treatment for COVID-19 infection has been discharged after recovery, the hospital treating him said on Monday."Shivakumar who was admitted to Suguna Hospital, Rajajinagar, since August 24 with complaints of fever and myalgia has recovered well and discharged from the hospital," Hospital CEO Dr Kiran Kumar B R said in a statement.The hospitals multidisciplinary team of specialists treated Shivakumar and he responded well to the treatment, it said.2020-08-31 17:24(IST) West Bengal govt asks state universities to conduct final semester exams in OctoberThe West Bengal government onMonday asked state universities to conduct final semester college and university examinations between October 1 and 18.A senior official of higher education department, who attended a virtual meeting between Vice-Chancellors and Education Minister Partha Chatterjee earlier in the day, said that it was unanimously decided that the final semester exams would be completed between October 1-18 in the backdrop of a Supreme Court order on the issue.The Supreme Court on August 28 had said that states and universities cannot promote students without holding final-year exams by September 30.2020-08-31 16:52(IST) A step towards hygieneThe ongoing pandemic has made the significance of hygiene and sanitisation clearer. Taking a step in the same direction, Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) Indian Women Network (IWN) Gujarat, as part of their month long “Freedom” Campaign on Menstrual Cups, conducted a donation drive of Menstrual Cups to Anganwadi workers and Mahila Police in Ahmedabad. Unlike sanitary napkins that can lead to rashes and tampons that can lead to toxic shocks, menstrual cups are a safer and a more hygienic option for women. Each cup lasts between 2- 10 years and saves from a huge amount of waste generation. US FDA approved Safe Cups/ Crimson Cups were chosen on the base of merit. The drive was conducted by Chairperson, CII IWN Gujarat, Asha Pillai, in collaboration with Dr Shital Punjabi, a Gynecologist in the member panel and Rashmi Ambavi of Sharmishta Services. (Reported by Rhea Lodhiya)2020-08-31 15:44(IST) 341 Maharashtra cops test positive for COVID-19 in last 24 hoursAs many as 341 more Maharashtra police personnel tested positive for COVID-19 while two died in the last 24 hours.According to Maharashtra Police, the total number of positive cases in the police force has gone up to 15,294 including 2,832 active cases, 12,306 recoveries and 156 deaths till date.With 1,93,889 active cases, Maharashtra continues to remain the most affected state in the country.India added 78,512 new cases to its COVID-19 tally in the last 24 hours, taking the national caseload past the 36-lakh mark, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) on Monday.With 971 new deaths, the cumulative toll reached 64,469.2020-08-31 15:42(IST) Venezuela asks for volunteers to test Russian Covid-19 vaccineVenezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has announced he will be asking for volunteers to test the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Russia, it was reported on Monday."In the coming days, we'll be asking for volunteers to get vaccinated," the BBC quoted as saying on Sunday.He also that a nationwide lockdown would resume on Monday to curb the spread of the virus.The Venezuelan government, which has received billions of dollars in loans from Russia to prop up its troubled economy, said it would be willing to take part in clinical trials.2020-08-31 15:37(IST) 645 new COVID-19 cases reported in RajasthanAs many as 645 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths were reported in Rajasthan on Monday, taking the total number of cases to 80,872 in the state, the health department said.According to the state health department, the numbers of active and recovered cases in the state are 14,515 and 65,309, respectively while the death toll rose to 1,048.A seven-day lockdown had been imposed in Rajasthan's Kota Municipal Corporation area from midnight of August 29 to September 6 in light of the rising cases of COVID-19.2020-08-31 15:34(IST) Ashish Shelar wants students appearing for JEE/NEET exams to commute by local trains, writes to CM ThackerayMaharashtra BJP leader Ashish Shelar has written to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to approach the Ministry of Railways for permission so that students appearing for JEE and NEET can travel by train. In a letter, Shelar has said that three lakh students from the state are appearing for the exam and a large number of them are from Mumbai Metropolitan Region and train travel will benefit them. Read more2020-08-31 15:28(IST) 1,326 new COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths reported in JharkhandTen more people succumbed toCOVID-19 in Jharkhand, pushing the death toll to 410, while 1,326 new coronavirus cases raised the tally in the state 38,438, a health department official said on Monday.Of the 10 fatalities, seven were reported from East Singhbhum, and one each from West Singhbhum, Pakur and Dumka.Ranchi reported the maximum number of fresh cases at 248, followed by Bokaro at 178, Dumka at 157, Ramgarh at 124 and Chhatra at 110. The remaining cases were recorded in 18 other districts of the state.2020-08-31 15:28(IST) Three MLAs test positive, five fresh fatalities in RajasthanThree MLAs in Rajasthan tested positive for coronavirus on Monday.Congress MLA Ramesh Meena and two BJP MLAs Hameer Singh Bhayal and Chandrabhan Singh Aakya have contracted the virus.Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot wished them a speedy recovery. "I have come to know Congress MLA Ramesh Meena ji, BJP MLAs Hameer Singh Bhayal ji and Chandrabhan Singh Aakya ji have tested positive for #Covid_19... I wish them a speedy recovery," Gehlot tweeted. 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2020-08-31Maharashtras COVID-19 positivity rate stands at 19.14%; fall in number of daily deaths - Republic World - Republic World
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Written By Akhil Oka On Monday, August 31, Maharashtra recorded 11,852 new novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 7,92,541. At present, there are 1,94,056 active cases in the state. With 11,158 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 5,73,559. 184 deaths- 32 from Pune, 19 each from Thane and Kolhapur, 18 from Nagpur, 11 from Jalgaon, 9 each from Navi Mumbai and Pune, 8 from Nanded, 7 from Satara, 6 from Sangli, 4 each from Solapur, Aurangabad and Latur, three each from Ulhasnagar, Ahmednagar, Nashik, Dhule, Beed and Yavatmal, two each from Palghar, Jalna and Chandrapur and one each from Kalyan-Dombivali, Vasai-Virar, Panvel, Ratnagiri, Buldhana, Washim and Gondia were reported on Monday.   Until now, a total of 24,583 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 41,38,929 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 13,55,330 persons are under home quarantine, 35,722 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 19.14%, 72.37%, and 3.1% respectively.  Read: Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's Tally Crosses 36 Lakhs; States Prepare To Hold NEET/JEE Maharashtra reports 11,852 new COVID-19 cases, 11,158 recoveries and 184 deaths, taking active cases to 1,94,056, recoveries to 5,73,559 to death toll to 24,583: State Health Department pic.twitter.com/WYeZR2Gp2t — ANI (@ANI) August 31, 2020 Read: Unlock 4: MHA Tells States/UTs To Not Impose Local Lockdown Outside Containment Zones Maharashtra government's Unlock 4 guidelines Earlier in the day, the Maharashtra government extended the lockdown in the entire state until September 30 besides easing the restrictions as part of Mission Begin Again. 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2020-08-30Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 cases plunge, but death rate soars - Times of India
Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 cases plunge, but death rate soarsMaharashtra: Ulhasnagar Covid-19 cases plunge, but death rate soarsPradeep Gupta & Sumitra Debroy | TNN | Updated: Aug 31, 2020, 05:41 ISTPicture used for representational purpose onlyMUMBAI: An analysis of Covid-19 incidence across the state’s 27 municipal corporations has revealed that Ulhasnagar, which achieved one of the highest recovery rates in the country (93%), also had a shockingly high case fatality rate (CFR) in August—16.5%. As per the state government data, Ulhasnagar reported 778 cases and 128 deaths between August 1 and August 29. Five times higher than the state average, the death rate though has been contested by the local civic corporation which pegs it at 10%. Besides, the city has curbed the spread of cases significantly in August compared to July when it had 5,095 cases and 121 deaths (CFR at 2.3%). Nearly all municipal corporations and several non-urban areas have seen an exponential rise in Covid cases and deaths in August. The state’s fatality rate for August stood at 2.6% with nearly 3.6 lakh cases and 9,405 dead. Eleven of the 27 municipal corporations have recorded a CFR higher than the state average in August. Majority are from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Ulhasnagar is followed by Bhiwandi-Nizampur which ranks second highest at 8%. Both Mumbai and Thane had a fatality rate of a shade more than 4% in August. Seeking to explain the high number of deaths despite a shrinking caseload, officials of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation said they would have to verify the data; their records show 962 cases and 94 deaths in August as against the state government’s estimate of 778 cases and 128 deaths. "Our mortality rate is around 10%, which is also high. The main reason is late reporting by patients at the end moment when there is little to be done," said Dr Yuvraj Bhadane, public relations officer of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. A health official from UMC said, "We plan to campaign more so that people reach hospitals early." A senior state official told TOI that the Centre has been closely watching the state’s fatality rate and has brought it up at several meetings. In Bhiwandi-Nizampur municipal corporation which has the second highest CFR for August, health officials said the higher percentage of deaths may be attributable to families making a dash for hospitals in Mumbai in the final stages even though facilities have been created in the area. “Critical patients too make a dash for Mumbai and Thane hospitals, thereby wasting golden hours when something can be done to save them here,” said a corporation health official. A private intensivist, however, told TOI that the lack of facilities for decades has left an impression on the public. Public hospitals here, for years, had less than ten ventilators for a population of 12 lakh. “People have naturally grown used to seeking treatment in Mumbai, Thane and Kalyan hospitals,” he said. The health official said after Dr Pankaj Ashiya took charge as commissioner of Bhiwandi-Nizampura City Municipal Corporation, there has been improvement in facilities for Covid-19 patients in civic and state-run Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital. Municipal corporations such as Kolhapur, Sangli, Latur, Parbhani, Nagpur have all recorded an exponential growth in cases and deaths in August. Dr Pradeep Awate, state’s surveillance officer, said Nagpur, Nashik, Ahmednagar, Kolhapur corporations have all seen a manifold surge in cases. “Surveillance of patients under home isolation has been streamlined to identify critical cases early and reduce mortality,” he said. Within MMR, Thane, Mira Bhayander, Vasai Virar too have all seen a rise in August CFRs compared to their overall mortality numbers. 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2020-08-30Businessman abducted by 4 men walks back home as kidnappers release him over fear of arrest - Times Now
Businessman abducted by 4 men walks back home as kidnappers release him over fear of arrest Crime Mirror Now Digital Updated Aug 30, 2020 | 19:15 IST Four men who allegedly abducted a 33-year-old businessman and demanded a ransom worth Rs 10 lakh released him soon after contacting his family. Shyamal contacted the police after he received the ransom call (Representative Image).   |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights A 33-year-old businessman was allegedly abducted by 4 persons in Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra The man was set free soon after the kidnappers called the accused for the ransom Ulhasnagar: A man who had allegedly been abducted by 4 men walked back home safely as his kidnappers feared arrest. The four men who abducted the businessman are unemployed. The accused had allegedly demanded Rs 10 lakh as ransom from the victim's family.  The victim was identified as Sunny Anwani. Sunny was kidnapped from Ulhasnagar in an autorickshaw. Three of the accused men allegedly threatened Sunny at knife-point and drove the vehicle to Ambernath.  After reaching Ambernath, the accused persons confined the 33-year-old victim to a secluded area. The fourth accused was present at the spot to keep a close watch on Sunny.  Accused demanded ransom worth Rs 10 lakh The accused called Sunny's father Shyamal and asked him to pay Rs 10 lakh as ransom. The abductors told Shayamal that they would "knife" his son to death if he failed to pay the money. The accused told Shyamal that they would release Sunny ten minutes after he (Shyamal) transferred the money.  Shyamal contacted the police after he received the ransom call. The cops asked Shyamal to play along with the accused to prevent them from getting suspicious. On the instruction of the police, Shyamal asked the accused to release his son as soon as the money was paid, The Times of India reported.  RELATED NEWS Mumbai: 3.5 year-old girl sleeping on footpath abducted, raped by 20-year-old youth Uttar Pradesh: Four including army jawan abduct businessman in Pratapgarh, demand Rs 5 lakh ransom Gorakhpur: 2 arrested for abducting, raping minor; cigarette burn marks found on victim's body While the discussion was underway, Sunny walked back home safely, much to the surprise of his father and the police. A police source said, "The abductors had chickened out, fearing arrest. " The police arrested the four accused using technical intelligence. Mohan Khandare, inspector, "All four are in police custody for four days."   TAP TO UNMUTE Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope speaks on Pune's COVID crisis Maharashtra bans sale of loose Cigarettes and Beedis Devendra Fadnavis writes to Piyush Goyal on export ban of onions adversely affecting Maharashtra Milind Deora lashes at Maharashtra Govt; asks to shift focus on more important issues TAP TO UNMUTE Live TV CITIES Delhi Mumbai Bengaluru Chennai Hyderabad Kolkata Ahmedabad Pune VIDEOS BJP Maha President on Devendra Fadnavis-Sanjay Raut meet says, 'It was a political summit' Mumbai: Bomb scare reported from MLA hostel near Mantralaya Credit Suisse maintains Outperform rating, BPCL decision on the sale of treasury | 29th Sep Strong US handover; Dow up 400 points, S&P up 1.6%, Nasdaq up 1.87%. Nifty set for +ve open |29thSep AIIMS team submits forensic report to CBI in SSR’s case; truth to be out soon? JUST IN Rohit reveals why MI didn't send Kishan in super-over Tata Hexa BS6 debuts on spy shot circuit Uttar Pradesh govt gives green signal to Ramlila events Bombay HC to hear bail application of Rhea Chakraborty today Covid-19 cases in India top 61 lakh, death toll at 96,318 MOST READ Why our rivers are calling us back Harassed for dowry, woman threatens with self-immolation NEXT STORY Now Available On         News Home Business Education India Latest Tech Sports IPL 2020 Spirituality Podcasts ‣ LIVE TV Videos Live TV Photos Buzz The Newshour India Upfront Times Channel Packs Today Trending News Auto Delhi Company About Us Contact Us Advertise with us Syndication Editorial Guidelines Regulatory Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Disclaimer Complaint Redressal Sitemap Feedback Watch Live TV Times NOW ET NOW Mirror NOW © Bennett Coleman & Company Limited
2020-08-30Ulhasnagar: Four jobless men abduct businessman, later chicken out and let him go - Times of India
Ulhasnagar: Four jobless men abduct businessman, later chicken out and let him goPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 30, 2020, 08:59 ISTRepresentative ImageULHASNAGAR: Money, they say, makes the mare go. At times, it can even make an abductor go and nab his target. And then, if he chickens out, it even makes him let go of the quarry. Precisely what happened in Ulhasnagar recently when four jobless men, keen to make some quick money, abducted a businessman. The four — all aged between 25 and 35 — bundled Sunny Anwani (33) from Ulhasnagar into an autorickshaw they had “driven away in”, as part of the abduction plan. Sunny was threatened at knife-point and driven to Ambernath by three of the men. There, he was confined to an isolated place where the fourth kept watch. And then, the negotiations began. A call was made to Sunny’s father Shyamlal who, the abductors knew, has a denim store. The abductors demanded Rs 10 lakh to set Sunny free, failing which they warned him, “your son will be knifed to death”. And the threat came with a rider. The cash had to be handed over first and Sunny would be released only 10 minutes later. Shyamlal alerted the cops who asked him to play along. They told him to urge the kidnappers to play it fair and release Sunny just when the cash was given. Amid all the planning and bargaining, there was an unprecedented twist in the tale. Sunny walked home safe, leaving his father and the police foxed. A police source later explained: “The abductors had chickened out, fearing arrest.” The police said that they managed to nab the four men were nabbed using the human informer network and technical intelligence. “All four are in police custody for four days,” said inspector Mohan Khandare, of Hill Line police station. Moral of the story? The young men should now realise, said a police official, that greed to make a quick buck doesn’t pay off, after all. 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2020-08-30Maharashtra reports close to 17,000 cases in a day, its highest yet - Times of India
Maharashtra reports close to 17,000 cases in a day, its highest yetTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in MaharashtraUddhav ThackerayMumbai RainsMaharashtra Corona NewsMaharashtra reports close to 17,000 cases in a day, its highest yetBhavika Jain & Malathy Iyer | TNN | Aug 30, 2020, 08:25 ISTPhoto for representative purpose onlyMUMBAI: On the 174th day of the Covid-19 outbreak, the state breached the 7.5 lakh case tally by registering its highest single-day caseload of 16,867. Mumbai – once the worst hotspot in the country that has been stable for three months – too counted higher than-usual numbers at 1,432 cases. The highest single-day addition in the state earlier was 14,888 on August 26. The state for the third day in a row added over 300 deaths to its toll (328), taking the total deaths to 24,103. Of the total deaths reported on Saturday, 255 were from the last 48 hours, 37 from last week and the remaining 36 from the week before that, officials said. Of the 328 deaths in the state, 31 were from Mumbai. Additional municipal commissioner Suresh Kakani said the marginal rise in cases in Mumbai was the result of more testing. “We are testing more people, including those who may be asymptomatic contacts of patients,” said a senior BMC doctor. Kakani said the numbers could also have gone up due to home isolation. “People prefer home isolation, but the entire family gets infected as a result, pushing up the numbers,” he said. Mumbai’s toll is now 7,596 and case tally is 1.43 lakh. The BMC update on Saturday said 22 of the victims had comorbidities while 18 were over 60 years of age. The overall growth rate of Covid cases between August 22 and 28 was 0.79% and the doubling rate in Mumbai is 88 days. Maharashtra has 1,85,131 active cases at present, while Mumbai has 19,971active cases. The state has seen a total of 5,54,711 recoveries and discharges till date. on Saturday 11, 541 people recovered across the state, and 682 of them were from Mumbai. The state has completed over 40 lakh tests on Saturday and the positivity rate of the state still remains very high at 19%. Pune circle continued to drive the Covid graph of the state and added 5,292 cases on Saturday, breaching the 2 lakh mark, taking the total cases to 2,01,280 and deaths to 5,102, of which 62 were reported on Saturday. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region added 3,805 cases and 97 deaths on Saturday, taking the total cases here to 3.2 lakh and 12,692 deaths. Kalyan-Dombivli on Saturday crossed the tally of 28,000 Covid-19 patients. The twin city reported 346 fresh patients and eight deaths, taking the tally to 28,274, including 609 deaths. Ulhasnagar city reported 35 cases, taking the tally of patients there to 7,723, with 224 deaths. Thane city recorded 240 Covid cases and seven deaths as well as 326 discharges on Saturday. The toll is now 826 and the tally there stands at 25,513. In Navi Mumbai, 391 cases were reported on Saturday, taking the count to 25,384. Five deaths were reported, taking the toll to 576. The PCMC reported 225 Covid cases and five deaths, with the count going up to 11,434 and toll to 281. 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2020-08-29Thane: With 346 new Covid cases, Kalyan-Dombivli crosses 28k-mark - Times of India
Thane: With 346 new Covid cases, Kalyan-Dombivli crosses 28k-markThane: With 346 new Covid cases, Kalyan-Dombivli crosses 28k-markPradeep Gupta | TNN | Aug 29, 2020, 19:59 ISTRepresentative imageKALYAN: Kalyan-Dombivli, which is one of the worst Covid-affected areas in Thane district and in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) region, crossed the 28,000 mark on Saturday. On Saturday, the twin city reported fresh 346 Covid-19 patients and 8 deaths, taking the total numbers of patients to 28,274, which includes 609 deaths. On Saturday, 313 patients also got discharged, taking the recovery rate to 86%. So far a total of 24,453 patients have recovered in the city while remaining 3,212 active patients are still taking treatment. Meanwhile, the neighbouring Ulhasnagar city on Saturday reported 35 cases, taking the tally of patients here to 7,723, including 224 deaths. The Ambernath on Saturday reported 37 fresh cases, taking the total to 4,899. Badlapur city reported 56 patients, taking the tally of patients here to 4,045. In trio satellite cities - Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur the recovery rate is above 90%. 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 IndiaCSK teamSushant Singh caseCoronavirus India update liveIPL 2020Suresh RainaCoronavirus vaccinePre DEled Admit CardDUET Admit CardVinesh PhogatLATEST VIDEOSCityShocking: 42-year-old Covid-19 patient allegedly jumps to death from hospital building in UP's Moradabad On cam: Car washed away in flash flood near Shakumbhari Devi Temple in UP's Saharanpur Shocking: Ex-jawan creates scare by opening fire in Hyderabad, arrested West Bengal: People use boat to commute in a flooded locality in Midnapore 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 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 TimesHindi Economic TimesNavbharat TimesMaharashtra TimesVijaya KarnatakaTelugu SamayamTamil SamayamMalayalam SamayamEi SamayI am GujaratTimes NowTimes Now HindiTimesPointsIndiatimesBrand CapitalEducation TimesTimes FoodMiss KyraMumbai MirrorPune MirrorAhmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorMX PlayerHindi PodcastBengali PodcastMX ShareKaroMX TakaTak AppLiving and entertainmentMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLifestyle Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsCoronavirus cases in IndiaCSK teamSushant Singh caseCoronavirus India update liveIPL 2020Suresh RainaCoronavirus vaccinePre DEled Admit CardDUET Admit CardVinesh PhogatShinzo AbeViral videoKamala HarrisNewsAILET Exam DateHoroscope todayPitru paksha Date 2020Step 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 webRhea Opens UpRhea Chakraborty ClaimsKriti SanonLom HarshAnupam KherCBI to Handle SSR CaseKareena to AnushkaAnkita LokhandeSunny LeoneTrending topicsMeetu SinghSushant Old VideoRhea LawyerSSR Case Live UpdatesSiddharth PithaniNetizens Support RheaNCB to Summon RheaSushant CaseRhea RevealsSushant CousinCoronavirus VaccineMuharram 2020 WishesAmazon App QuiziOS 14 UpdatePoco M2 Pro SaleRealme Narzo 10A SaleH Vasanthakumar DeathCoronavirus in BangaloreFollow 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
2020-08-29Thane group collects floral waste from Ulhas river - Hindustan Times
2020-08-29FPJ's Eco Ganesha Day 6: Check out participants featured on Free Press Journal newspaper - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Saturday, August 29, 2020, 3:16 PM IST FPJ's Eco Ganesha Day 6: Check out participants featured on Free Press Journal newspaperBy FPJ Web Desk Known as the grandest festival of Mumbai, Ganeshotsav has begun. Though the 10-day festival is being celebrated in a low-key due to the coronavirus outbreak, in a bid to bring in more festive cheer, The Free Press Journal and Navshakti has arranged eco-Ganesha Mumbai Mayor’s awards. Selected pictures of participants will be published in both the dailies with winners standing a chance to win Bumper Mayor’s Choice Award. Here are the participants of FPJ's Eco Ganesha for August 29: Anand Ganesh Mankatty, BorivaliBhanuprakash Dave, DahisarBhupendra Kadam, Grant RoadDevkinandan Mukadam, WorliEashwar Bhagwan Shelke, VileparleGanesh Dadtu Pote, Kalyan EastKamlesh Bookseller, Kandivali WestLakshman Thakur, PanvelMahesh Balkrishna Vedak, GirgaonMansi Diwkar, Vasai RoadMitesh Vinod Chaudhari, UlhasnagarOstwal Avenue Co-op. Hsg. Society, Mira RoadPrajakta Dattatray Thakur Mulund EastPramod Birwadkar, ChinchpokliPranjali Godbole, KarjatPrashant Govardhan, BattuRajaram P Kamtam, KamathipuraRamlal Society, Grant RoadSadhana Parwani, Kurla WestSandesh Devram Sanas, Navi MumbaiSanjay Sapkal, ChemburSaransh Agarwal, ThaneSumit Thane, ThaneSwarita Patkar, Saidham, LowerparelThorat Family, KoparkhairaneUmesh Chandrakant Pise, GhatkoparViral Dhirubhai Dodia, Kandivali EastVishal Padave, Curry RoadVishwas Awhad, Grant RoadYuva Ganeshcha Raj, BDD-2, NaigaonAlso ReadFPJ Edit: Congress leadership must see writing on wall before it's too late FPJGanesh Chaturthi 2020Eco Ganesha Recent Stories#Boycott Amul: Here's why netizens are outraged with the brandSunny Leone's name appears in list of WB colleges Unlock 4.0: Are salons, spas and restaurants open?Indian Premier League officially partners up with UnacademyReliance Industries to acquire retail, wholesale and other businesses of Future Group in Rs. 24,713 crore deal trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-08-28COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur inches towards 4000-mark; Ambernath reports a surge in daily count - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur inches towards 4000-mark; Ambernath reports a surge in daily countYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur inches towards 4000-mark; Ambernath reports a surge in daily countWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 28, 2020, 20:09 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 20 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,688. Also, with six recoveries on Friday, as many as 7,110 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 356 while 222 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 20 new cases, the maximum of 11 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-1, followed by four in Ulhasnagar-5, three in Ulhasnagar-4 and one each in Ulhasnagar-2 and Ulhasnagar-3. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 52 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 4,862. At present, 294 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 182 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,386 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 37 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,989 with 69 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Shindeaali, Shivmurti, Ritu World and Barrage Road, while the remaining were from Shirgaon, Shivaji Chowk, Hendrepada, Yogeshwar Hotel, Naik Nagar, Shreeji Nirvana, Katrap, Mohan Greenwoods, Belauli, Mohan Highlands, Dattawadi, Gaondevi, TV Tower, Anant Nagar and Parvati Nivas. So far, 3,715 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 205 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.73 per cent and the recovery rate at 93.13 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernat...Aug 24, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020 3 & 4 BHK luxury homes starting from ₹1.49 Cr in BangaloreVaswani GroupSturdy Dell laptops for all needs, starting @27,990*.Dell IndiaSony Center Is Now Online - Get Up to 30% Off On ProductsSONYSumadhura Sushantham Luxury Apts 1225 sqft. to 2030 sqft.Sumadhura SushanthamBrigade Meadows: Ready to Move In 2 & 3 BHK at Kanakapura RdBrigade Group2/3BHK Homes on Mysore Rd. Vijaynagar Jn @ just 85L OnwardsPride Group Do copy paste work and earn lakhs of rupees from home!Career TimesSit at home and Make Rs.12500/day by working online!Career TimesBook your home @Vajram Newton & enjoy NO EMI for 1 year!Vajram NewtownScholarships upto 100% - Engineering, BBA, B.Com, BHM & BCAAMC Group of InstitutionsCovid-19 Vaccine and You, That’s all we want!QuorLife cover + 40 Critical Illnesses cover with a Term Plan^Max Life Insurance
2020-08-28COVID-19 crisis: Maharashtra sees 11607 recoveries in a day; positivity rate at 19.02% - Republic World - Republic World
COVID-19 crisis: Maharashtra sees 11607 recoveries in a day; positivity rate at 19.02% Last Updated: 28th August, 2020 23:34 IST COVID-19 Crisis: Maharashtra Sees 11607 Recoveries In A Day; Positivity Rate At 19.02% On Friday, August 28, Maharashtra recorded 14,361 new novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 7,47,995. 331 new deaths were reported Written By Akhil Oka On Friday, August 28, Maharashtra recorded 14,361 new novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 7,47,995. At present, there are 1,80,718 active cases in the state. With 11,607 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 5,43,170. 331 deaths- 36 from Pune, 30 from Mumbai, 27 from Nashik, 24 from Sangli, 22 each from Kolhapur and Pimpri Chinchwad, 21 from Nagpur, 13 from Jalgaon, 12 from Aurangabad, 9 each from Navi Mumbai, Dhule and Satara, 8 each from Amravati, Latur, Thane and Kalyan-Dombivali, 6 each from Raigad and Parbhani, 5 from Beed, 4 each from Mira Bhayandar, Palghar, Sindhudurg and Ratnagiri, three each from Hingoli, Nandurbar and Ahmednagar, two each from Ulhasnagar, Vasai-Virar, Malegaon, Osmanabad, Yavatmal and Washim and one each from Buldhana, Nanded, Jalna and Bhiwandi were reported on Friday.   Until now, a total of 23,775 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 39,32,522 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 13,01,346 persons are under home quarantine, 34,908 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 19.02%, 72.62%, and 3.18% respectively.  Read: Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's Tally At 33.87 Lakh; Jharkhand Extends Current Lockdown Today,newly14361 patients have been tested as positive in the state. Also newly11607 patients have been cured today,totally543170 patients are cured & discharged from the hospitals Total Active patients are180718The patient recovery rate in the state is72.62%.#meechmazarakshak — Rajesh Tope (@rajeshtope11) August 28, 2020 Read: Mumbai's Dabbawalas Express COVID Lockdown Plight; Here's How You Can Donate And Help Setback for Maharashtra government At the beginning of June, Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray announced that examinations for final year university exams will not be conducted owing to the COVID-19 situation. The UGC on July 6 revised the guidelines on exams and the academic calendar for universities. Observing that the academic credibility, career opportunities, and future progress of students were linked to conducting the final year exams, the UGC directed the state governments to hold final year exams in offline mode, online mode, or blended format by September-end.  Subsequently, several petitioners including the Aaditya Thackeray-led Yuva Sena approached the Supreme Court seeking the quashing of the July 6 UGC directive on final year exams. Earlier in the day, a three-judge SC bench comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy, and MR Shah ruled that the states and universities cannot promote final year students without holding exams. Perceived as a setback for the Maharashtra government, the apex court's verdict allows it to make an application to the UGC to extend the September 30 deadline for conducting the final year exams. Read: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Opposes Holding JEE & NEET Exams Amid Growing COVID-19 Threat First Published: 28th August, 2020 23:34 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 2 days ago Has the coronavirus mutated in any significant way? 4 hours ago 523 new coronavirus cases in Goa, four deaths, 429 recover 8 hours ago Post SC verdict on final year exams, BJP asks Maharashtra govt to apologise to students 3 hours ago Ex-CM Fadnavis bats for reopening places of worship in Maharashtra, puts faith in devotees 1 day ago With 14718 fresh cases, Maharashtra's COVID tally soars to 7.33 lakh; 355 deaths reported 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 Sushant Singh Rajput case: CBI summons Rhea again, Police officials escort her home Mumbai police officials escort Rhea, brother Showik home from Santacruz police station Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's tally at 33.87 lakh; Jharkhand extends current lockdown Kangana reveals details of B'wood drug parties, claims, 'I've seen how vulgar it becomes' FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-08-28Dy CM Ajit Pawar & Fadnavis inaugrate Pune COVID hospital; ex-CM says situation worrying - Republic World - Republic World
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2020-08-28Affordable housing will be a game changer: Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad - Free Press Journal
Affordable housing will be a game changer, says Maharashtra Housing Minister Jitendra AwhadBy Sanjay Jog Minister Jitendra Awhad The Maharashtra Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad, in an interview with the Free Press Journal, said the government’s slew of decisions, including the stamp duty cut and establishment of an independent Slum Rehabilitation Authority, will help revive the ailing realty sector and also improve sentiments among homebuyers.What is your view on the stamp duty reduction, especially during the present economic downturn?It will help in market correction. The stock prices on exchanges were two to five per cent high in the last five to six months. It has started showing results. People are waiting for the market correction. The moment there is a correction in the market and the value of the real estate comes down a little, there will be a big flow of buyers.Due to COVID-19, small houses with toilets will be in big demand. People will go for a house with a toilet and bathroom to protect them from all hazards of the pandemic.The moment the demand issues are addressed, the supply issues will be solved. We are looking at the improvement in the market conditions. Once it happens, especially in real estate, it will boost job creation and revive the overall economy.Do you expect realty players going for affordable housing?Affordable housing will be a game changer. The developers will prefer to undertake and complete affordable housing projects instead of big and luxury homes. The spurt in affordable housing will help the common man to buy it.Considering its land constraints, does Mumbai have scope for more housing projects?Basically, Mumbai has no open land. From Sion to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and from Bandra to CSMT, we hardly find open land. Mumbai can expect redevelopment. Whatever support the government will give to it will be for redevelopment and rehabilitation of slums and old and dilapidated buildings. This will bring in churn in the real estate sector.Despite the slew of decisions for the ease of doing business, developers complain about higher premium and ready reckoner rates. How will you help to address these concerns?I have requested the Chief Minister and the ministers of urban development and revenue to positively look into these issues.Do you subscribe to the view that builders and developers should reduce the cost of disposing the inventory?Market conditions are so bad that there are no buyers. One will not expect them to lose 100% and sell. Their survival is also important and, for that, things will have to improve. They might not expect abnormal profits, but I will not think of abnormal losses for them. Corrective measures are, therefore, taken so that builders and developers can sail through this crisis and take up projects.What is your take on the establishment of an independent Slum Rehabilitation Authority for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region?If we have good development on the outskirts of Mumbai, that is in MMR region, then the burden on the metropolis will be reduced. If this arithmetic works, then the rehabilitation of slums in Vasai, Mira Bhayander, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan can be taken up by providing good amenities to the people. This will promote affordable housing and for that the government will provide all the possible incentives. (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) realty sectorStamp DutyAffordable housingHousing Minister Jitendra AwhadCOVID-19 pandemic Recent StoriesLIVEFinal Year Exams 2020: Latest updates on Supreme Court verdict Jeff Bezos number 1, Mukesh Ambani number 7: How much are the world's top 10 richest people worth?Mumbai: Ambulance falls off Amar Mahal flyover in Chembur, two injuredCOVID-19 Vaccine Update: India will have 'approved' vaccine by the first quarter of 2021, says Bernstein Research'Dish You Wish': Srinagar's first customised food kitchen delivers food cravings at home amid 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
2020-08-28Water level at Barvi dam rises; Thane collector issues alert - Hindustan Times
2020-08-27Kalyan-Dombivli tops in Covid-19 cases in Thane district; residents blame civic body - Hindustan Times
2020-08-27COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report lesser cases than Ambernath on Thursday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report lesser cases than Ambernath on ThursdayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report lesser cases than Ambernath on ThursdayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 27, 2020, 20:28 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 19 new COVID-19 patients in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 7,668. Also, seven people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,104. As per the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 220 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 344 are currently being treated. Out of the 19 cases, a maximum of nine persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by six in Ulhasnagar-1, three in Ulhasnagar-4 and only one in Ulhasnagar-5. No fresh cases were reported from Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 44 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 4,810. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 181 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 4,375 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home. The number of active cases is now pitched at 254. Meanwhile, 37 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur, taking the city's tally to 3,952, along with 69 fatalities. Most of the cases were reported in Sanewadi, Vedant Nakshatra and Katrap, while the remaining were from Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Eranjad, Mohananand Nagar, Aptewadi, Barrage Road, Gandhi Chowk, Shivaji Chowk, Gajanan Nagar, Vaaniaali Kharvai, Mohan Palm, Shirgaon, Gaondevi, Dattawadi, Subhash Nagar, Yadav Nagar and Kundan Heights. As many as 3,706 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases stands at 177. The recovery rate of the city is pitched at 93.78 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 2 & 3 BHK starting from ₹ 37L in North BangaloreBrigade El DoradoShop from the widest range of Apple MacBook at Croma!CROMASturdy Dell laptops for all needs, starting @27,990*.Dell IndiaBuy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo TyresPre-Book the Compact SUV - Kia SonetKia Motors India2/2.5/3/3.5BHK Luxury Apts starting @ 72.36*L in GKVK RoadSumadhura Sushantham Style that speaks for youPhilips BeautyGet Your First Cryptocurrency For Free - $5 Worth of WRXWazirX - Cryptocurrency ExchangeWatch Irrfan Khan's Brilliant Performance in QISSA on MUBIMUBISubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car Subscription2/3BHK Homes on Mysore Rd. Vijaynagar Jn @ just 85L OnwardsPride GroupScholarships upto 100% - Engineering, BBA, B.Com, BHM & BCAAMC Group of Institutions
2020-08-27Aluminum floor plates of escalator worth Rs 2 lakh stolen from Ulhasnagar railway station - Mumbai Mirror
Aluminum floor plates of escalator worth Rs 2 lakh stolen from Ulhasnagar railway stationYou are in an offline modeAluminum floor plates of escalator worth Rs 2 lakh stolen from Ulhasnagar railway stationByShashank RaoShashank Rao / Updated: Aug 27, 2020, 12:11 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeThe thieves had entered the station from the nearby skywalkAt a time when the identification of people are checked before they are allowed to enter a railway station, there has been a case of theft of floor plates of an escalator at Ulhasnagar station. Seven plates worth Rs 2 lakh of an escalator were stolen that was sold and resold twice, once for Rs 4,800 and then for Rs 13,000. According to sources, there were two thieves who entered the railway premises from the nearby skywalk. This happened on the night of July 31 and soon after the Central Railway came to know about it. "We registered a case about the same on August 3 and set up a team. On checking the CCTV footage, we found two suspicious men moving around," said an RPF officer on condition of anonymity. On inspection, they found that seven aluminum plates - that are kept below and above the escalator stairs - have been removed. The two thieves Yogesh Kulkarni (28) and Suraj Bhan Rajput (24), removed these sheets, carried it with them, and jumped onto the skywalk close to the railway FOB. Each sheet was weighing around 15 kgs. "We arrested them on August 6," confirmed KK Ashraf, Senior Divisional Security Commissioner (Mumbai), Central Railway. "I have asked my staff to be more vigilant and tighten monitoring". The duo accepted their crime and said that they had sold this off to a scrap dealer for Rs 4800. While according to railway sources, this was around Rs 1.80-2 lakh. These plates are specifically designed and made to cover the fittings and machine of an escalator. "We had to ask our railway workshop to prepare another one as the plates were missing. This cost us an additional Rs 5 lakh," said a CR official. On further investigation, they caught hold of the scrap dealer, who had further sold off these aluminum sheets to another dealer for Rs 13,000. Both the scrap dealers, after being arrested, said that they were told that these sheets are fitting for some lift. Finally, when they recovered these aluminum sheets, these were cut into pieces and had become more or less useless. RELATED NEWSCop’s daughter claims one-third compensationAug 25, 2020250 attend the wedding ceremony at Hyatt Regency in violation of rule...Aug 11, 2020MNS-turned-Sena leader Nitin Nandgaonkar claims he is getting abusive...Jul 22, 2020 2 & 3 BHK starting from ₹ 37L in North BangaloreBrigade El DoradoStyle that speaks for youPhilips BeautyMUBI: Hundreds of incredible films you don’t want to missMUBISturdy Dell laptops for all needs, starting @27,990*.Dell India2/3BHK Homes by Pride Enchanta. Win Gold upto 25gms@bookingPride GroupGet the latest pair of footwear at 25% off on Bata.TIMESPOINTS Shop from the widest range of Apple MacBook at Croma!CROMABuy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo Tyres2/2.5/3/3.5BHK Luxury Apts starting @ 72.36*L in GKVK RoadSumadhura SushanthamPre-Book the Compact SUV - Kia SonetKia Motors IndiaGet Your First Cryptocurrency For Free - $5 Worth of WRXWazirX - Cryptocurrency ExchangeSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car Subscription
2020-08-26Maharashtra: Harassed’ teen in suicide bid, no police case - Times of India
Maharashtra: Harassed’ teen in suicide bid, no police caseMaharashtra: Harassed’ teen in suicide bid, no police casePradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 26, 2020, 17:30 ISTImage used for representational purpose onlyULHASNAGAR: An 18-year-old girl from Ulhasnagar allegedly tried to end her life by consuming rat poison at her home on Monday after her 25-year-old neighbour harassed her to accept his marriage proposal, her family said. The girl’s father said that the man had threatened to hurl acid on her if she rejected his proposal. While the girl is in hospital and her condition is “critical”, the family said the police have not even registered a case against the accused. Senior police inspector S C Suradkar of Central police station said that the girl’s family members are constantly changing their statement. “A case will be registered once we verify details,” he said. 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 IndiaIndia China NewsPranab MukherjeeCoronavirus India update liveLionel MessiMamata BanerjeeRahul GandhiPre DEled Admit CardTN Arrear ExamsNEET Admit CardLATEST VIDEOSCityMamata Banerjee urges CMs to jointly move SC over NEET, JEE exams Covid-19 testing to be doubled in Delhi: CM Arvind Kejriwal Maharashtra: Multi-storey building collapses in Raigad; many feared trapped, 1 dead Coimbatore: Cop brutally beats up 13-year-old boy for violating lockdown 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 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 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 IndiaIndia China NewsPranab MukherjeeCoronavirus India update liveLionel MessiMamata BanerjeeRahul GandhiPre DEled Admit CardTN Arrear ExamsNEET Admit CardAccenture LayoffsViral videoMelania TrumpNewsNEET Exam Hall TicketHoroscope 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 webKey Points of SC VerdictMaanayata DuttRandeep HoodaKareena KapoorTamannaah Bhatia’s ParentsBolly BuzzInternational Travel SOPsAnkita LokhandeBadshahTrending topicsNetizens Attack RheaSSR HousehelpMahesh BhattSSR Case Live UpdatesSSR Family LawyerRhea-Shruti Whatsapp ChatSSR Family LawyerRanveer Singh NanaKatrina and VickyRhea's Visit to MortuaryCoronavirus Vaccine UpdateImportance of Flu ShotsAmazon App QuizAsus Zenfonre 7 Series LaunchSamsung Galaxy Note 20 Series LaunchTim CookArvind KejriwalSree Padmanabhaswamy TempleFollow 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
2020-08-26Maha decides to cut stamp duty on sale deeds by 3 per cent - Devdiscourse
Maha decides to cut stamp duty on sale deeds by 3 per cent The headquarters of the MMR-SRA will be located in Thane. "A decision has been taken for effective implementation of slum redevelopment projects in Navi Mumbai, including CIDCO and NAINA areas, and in Thane, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivali, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Vasai-Virar, Mira Bhayander and Ulhasnagar municipal corporations," the Chief Minister's Office said in a statement. PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 26-08-2020 21:52 IST | Created: 26-08-2020 21:52 IST In a major policy decision aimed at boosting the real estate sector, the Maharashtra government on Wednesday decided to slash the stamp duty on sale deed documents by 3 per cent between September 1 and December 31 this year. The relaxation will continue with the 2 per cent cut from January 1 to March 31 next year, an official statement said.In another important decision, the state cabinet also decided to postpone all exams being conducted by the state Public Services Commission (MPSC) in view of the COVID-19 situation. The revised schedule for the exams will be announced later, state Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar told the council of ministers during its meeting."The examinations are being deferred due to the COVID-19 pandemic," he said. The government also announced the ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to kin of each person killed in the Mahad building collapse incident.The cabinet also approved a proposal to set up a separate Slum Redevelopment Authority for eight municipal corporations and seven municipal councils, excluding Mumbai, in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), with a budgetary allocation of Rs 200 crore. The headquarters of the MMR-SRA will be located in Thane."A decision has been taken for effective implementation of slum redevelopment projects in Navi Mumbai, including CIDCO and NAINA areas, and in Thane, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivali, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Vasai-Virar, Mira Bhayander and Ulhasnagar municipal corporations," the Chief Minister's Office said in a statement. The new authority will also cover ares under Ambernath, Badlapur, Alibaug, Pen, Khopoli, Matheran and Karjat municipal councils.A study group has been formed for implementation of slum redevelopment projects in other prominent cities in the state, it said. In a significant decision for the transport sector hit hard by the lockdown, the government has decided to waive vehicle tax on public transport and goods vehicles, it said.The waiver will be effective for the period between April 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020. "This means for the year 2020-21, 50 per cent tax waiver has been given," the CMO said.The waiver will be applicable for goods and tourist vehicles, school buses, and vehicles offering private services which pay annual tax, it said, adding that the state exchequer will incur loss of Rs 700 crore due to this decision. The council of ministers also decided that fishermen who suffered losses as they couldn't venture into the sea due to 'Kyarr' and 'Maha' cyclones will be given the ex gratia to the tune of Rs 65.17 crore.The cabinet also extended the scheme to convert additional milk stock into milk powder to September and October, which is expected to benefit 6.51 lakh tribal children and 1.1 lakh lactating mothers.. 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2020-08-26COVID-19 latest updates: 67,000 new cases in India; demand grows for postponement of NEET exam - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: 67,000 new cases in India; demand grows for postponement of NEET examAug 26, 2020, 23.15PMCOVID-19 latest updates: 67,000 new cases in India; demand grows for postponement of NEET examWith 10,425 new COVID-19 cases and 329 deaths in Maharashtra, the tally for coronavirus cases reached 7.03 lakh. The death toll due to the pandemic in the state also rose to 22,794 with 329 fatalities. Now, there are 1,65,921 active cases in the state. The BMC informed that 587 new COVID-19 cases, 883 recoveries and 35 deaths have been reported in Mumbai alone. Whereas 12 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the Dharavi. While 67,151 fresh new cases were reported on Wednesday taking the total count of cases to over 32 lakh, the country also saw the highest single-day recovery of 66,550 cases.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-26 23:15(IST) Jharkhand reports 1,137 new COVID-19 cases todayJharkhand reported 1,137 new COVID-19 cases, 736 recoveries and 10 deaths today. The total covid-19 positive cases have climbed to 333,11. A total of 22,486 patients have been recovered and discharged. The death toll stands at 362. The number of active cases stand at 10,463.2020-08-26 21:49(IST) Badlapur death toll climbs to 67; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 casesUlhasnagar reported 38 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,659. Also, with six recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 7,097 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 333 while 219 patients have died of the virus. Read story here2020-08-26 20:55(IST) COVID-19 August 26 Highlights: Maharashtra reports biggest single-day jump with 14,888 new casesMaharashtra reported 14,888 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 7,18,711. Also, 295 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 23,089 and the number of active cases to 1,72,973, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Read more2020-08-26 20:21(IST) Mumbai: 29 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reduced to 97 in DharaviAt least 29 more persons tested positive for coronavirus in Dadar on Wednesday, taking the total number of positive cases in the area to 2,440. Currently, 376 active cases have been registered in the area while there have been 1,973 recoveries so far. Read more2020-08-26 19:38(IST) Oxford COVID-19 vaccine's phase two trial begins at Pune hospitalThe second phase trial of COVID-19 vaccine developed by Oxford University, which would be manufactured by Serum Institute of India, began here with the vaccine candidate administered to two volunteers at Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical College. Dr Sanjay Lalwani, Medical Director of Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Hospital and Research Centre, said that five volunteers were tested for RT-PCR and antibodies and reports of three showed they have anti-bodies and vaccine was administered to two volunteers. Read more2020-08-26 18:49(IST) State Public Service exams postponedMaharashtra cabinet was informed by State Chief Secretary today that all State Public Service exams are postponed d… https://t.co/YynszOYlPp— ANI (@ANI) 15984471780002020-08-26 18:03(IST) Complete lockdown in West BengalCurrent lockdown measures to remain in place in the state till 20th September. Complete lockdown to be observed on… https://t.co/n29R0wbdWn— ANI (@ANI) 15984446720002020-08-26 17:09(IST) COVID-19: Five adorable posts to get you through the dayThe last time we checked, it's still a lockdown. While this may not be an ideal situation to be in, many have taken this opportunity to indulge in some much-needed rest or get creative. Take one scroll through social media, and you'll see that it's become a haven for creativity, heartwarming videos and hilarious memes. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more04:37 PM (IST) COVID-19 situation is getting worse. We've spent nearly Rs 500 Cr. We're in a situation where the finances of our states are completely down. Centre has not paid GST compensation. I agree with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata ji that we should collectively see PMPunjab CM at Sonia Gandhi's virtual meet2020-08-26 15:26(IST) Tamannaah Bhatia's parents test Covid-19 positiveActress Tamannaah Bhatia recently took to social media to announce the news of her parents testing positive for COVID-19. In the statement shared on Twitter, Tamannaah also clarified that she, along with other members of the family, have tested negative for COVID-19. She added that her parents were showing mild COVID-19 symptoms over the weekend and as a precautionary measure everyone at her home underwent tests immediately. Read the full story here2020-08-26 14:14(IST) Number of COVID-19 cases reaches 5,206 in Himachal Pradesh; active cases stand at 1,352: State Health Department2020-08-26 13:51(IST) 2,163 more COVID-19 positive cases reported, taking total count of active cases in Bihar to 21,814: State Health Department2020-08-26 13:45(IST) Delhi Deputy CM and Education Minister Manish Sisodia on JEE/NEET exams"I think the Central government should postpone the NEET and JEE exams or they should find an alternative way of conducting the exams. Examination system across the world is evolving, there are 1000 alternate ways to conduct exams," Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister, Manish Sisodia, said.01:38 PM (IST) Union Minister for AYUSH Shripad Naik is admitted to Manipal Hospital for last 14 days. Today, his health condition is better. He is doing very well. A team of doctors from AIIMS, Delhi visited him again and said he's not required to be shifted to AIIMS, DelhiGoa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant2020-08-26 13:28(IST) NSUI members begin hunger strike demanding postponement of NEET-JEENSUI members have began an indefinite hunger strike demanding the postponement of the NEET-JEE and fee waiver for six months for students during the pandemic.The president of National Students' Union of India (NSUI), Neeraj Kundan and president of the Delhi wing of the students' body commenced the hunger strike along with eight other members.2020-08-26 13:26(IST) Sonu Sood requests the government to postpone JEE, NEET exams amid COVID-19 pandemicHere's what Sonu Sood has to say READ MORE2020-08-26 13:22(IST) Arvind Kejriwal on COVID-19 cases in DelhiThere has been an increase in #COVID19 cases in the last few days. The recovery rate is more than 90% in the national capital. We are fully prepared. I have directed that number of tests will be doubled in the coming days.2020-08-26 13:21(IST) Delhi Deputy CM & Education Minister Manish Sisodia on NEETI think the Central Govt should postpone the NEET and JEE exams or they should find an alternative way of conducting the exams. The examination system across the world is evolving, there are 1000 alternate ways to conduct exams. "They (Centre) are saying protocols will be followed. Following the same protocols that the Centre wants 28 lakh students to follow, lakhs of Indians have tested positive."2020-08-26 13:08(IST) SC asks Centre to reply on giving moratoriumThe Supreme Court asked the Centre to file a reply and make its stand clear on giving moratorium on charging interest on loan as well as interest-on-interest during moratorium period declared during coronavirus pandemic.2020-08-26 12:33(IST) Maharashtra: Justification for E-pass is over, Thackeray sarkar confused on many fronts, says Devendra FadnavisFormer Maharashtra Chief Minister and Opposition BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis has launched an attack on the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) over various issues and said that the government is confused on many fronts. 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2020-08-26Maharashtra Public Services Commission Exams Put off Due to Covid-19 Situation: Govt - Yahoo India News
Maharashtra Public Services Commission Exams Put off Due to Covid-19 Situation: GovtNews1826 August 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThe Maharashtra cabinet on Wednesday decided to postpone all exams being conducted by the state Public Services Commission (MPSC) in view of the COVID-19 situation. The revised schedule for the exams will be announced later, state Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar told the council of ministers during its meeting."The examinations are being deferred due to the COVID-19 pandemic," he said. The government also announced the ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to kin of each person killed in the Mahad building collapse incident.In another decision that will come as a relief for property buyers, the state cabinet has decided to slash stamp duty on sale deed documents by 3 per cent from September 1 to December 31, 2020, and by 2 per cent from January 1, 2021 to March 31 2021. The cabinet also approved a proposal to set up a separate Slum Redevelopment Authority for eight municipal corporations and seven municipal councils, excluding Mumbai,in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), with a budgetary allocation of Rs 200 crore.The headquarters of the MMR-SRA will be located in Thane. "A decision has been taken for effective implementation of slum redevelopment projects in Navi Mumbai,including CIDCO and NAINA areas, and in Thane, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivali, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Vasai-Virar, Mira Bhayander and Ulhasnagar municipal corporations," the Chief Minister's Office said in a statement.The new authority will also cover ares under Ambernath, Badlapur, Alibaug, Pen, Khopoli, Matheran and Karjat municipal councils. A study group has been formed for implementation ofslum redevelopment projects in other prominent cities in the state, it said.In a significant decision for the transport sector hit hard by the lockdown, the government has decided to waive vehicle tax on public transport and goods vehicles, it said. The waiver will be effective for the period between April 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020."This means for the year 2020-21, 50 per cent tax waiver has been given," the CMO said. The waiver will be applicable for goods and tourist vehicles, school buses, and vehicles offering private services which pay annual tax, it said, adding that the state exchequer will incur loss of Rs 700 crore due to this decision.The council of ministers also decided that fishermen who suffered losses as they couldn't venture into the sea due to 'Kyarr' and 'Maha' cyclones will be given the ex gratia to the tune of Rs 65.17 crore.ReblogShareTweetShareShareOur goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting.What to read next'My family and I have thought of dying by suicide,' Rhea revealsYahoo NewsCOVID update: Recovery rate crosses 76% mark even cases shows grim pictureAniAppointed Congress Chief Won’t Have 1% Support: Ghulam Nabi AzadThe QuintAs Anushka-Virat Share Good News, Here are Other Celebrity Couples Who Got Pregnant During LockdownNews18CM Soren meets trainee IPS officers of 72 RR in RanchiAniJacob Blake: What we know about Wisconsin police shootingBBCRhea Chakraborty: 'Zero Rupees Have Been Transferred from Sushant's Accounts to Me'News18'Act of God' Coronavirus Pandemic May Lead to Economic Contraction This Fiscal, Says FM SitharamanNews18Randeep Hooda Hospitalized, Undergoes Major SurgeryFilmibeatPortion of school collapsed following heavy rainfall in HyderabadAniConsider arranging travel of disabled DU students to Delhi for exams: HC asks RailwaysANIRhea Chakraborty On Her WhatsApp Chats With Mahesh Bhatt: It Had Nothing To Do With SushantFilmibeatStricken Japanese ship behind devastating Mauritius oil spill successfully sunk in open oceanFirstpostLili Reinhart Opens Up About Wearing Just A Bra and Underwear on "Riverdale": "I Don't Have the CW Girl Body"SeventeenTeachers buy phones for their students to conduct online classes in TN’s MaduraiAniPelosi: White House must agree to more COVID-19 aid for talks to resumeReuters
2020-08-26Mumbai: Separate SRA for civic bodies in MM region - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Thursday, August 27, 2020, 2:33 AM IST Mumbai: Maha govt to set up separate SRA for civic bodies in MMR region By Sanjay JogPTI File Photo In yet another move to push the rehabilitation of slums and thereby help revive the cash-strapped real estate sector, the Maharashtra government on Wednesday decided to set up an independent Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) for eight municipal corporations and seven municipalities in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). This will exclude the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation area. The decision was taken at the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Slum Rehabilitation Authority (MMR-SRA) will be headquartered at Thane. It will be headed by an IAS officer. The government has made a financial provision of Rs 200 crore for this authority.The eight municipal corporations in the MMR (including CIDCO and Naina Region) are those of Thane, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivli, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Vasai-Virar, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar, Ambarnath and Badlapur while the seven municipalities / municipal councils, include Alibaug, Pen, Khopoli, Matheran and Karjat.The cabinet, accepted in principle the recommendations made by a study group for a single slum rehabilitation authority (excluding the BMC area) for the Mumbai Metropolitan Area. Similarly, an independent study group has been appointed under the chairmanship of principal secretary (housing), to implement a slum rehabilitation scheme for slumdwellers in other major cities of the state. Also ReadED summons talent manager Jaya Saha in Sushant Singh Rajput case to probe drug angle (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) BrihanMumbai Municipal CorporationSlum Rehabilitation AuthorityMMR Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Pune: 'Jumbo' COVID-19 treatment facility inaugurated in Pimpri ChinchwadJEE, NEET 2020: Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh directs Attorney General to file petition in Supreme Court 'Those walks along beach in India created a commitment in me': Kamala Harris recalls her grandfatherFinance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to chair 41st GST Council todayMumbai: Footpath project further ground into dust 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
2020-08-26MPSC exams put off due to COVID-19 situation: Govt - Outlook India
MPSC exams put off due to COVID-19 situation: Govt Outlook August 26, 2020 20:46 IST MPSC exams put off due to COVID-19 situation: Govt outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Mumbai, Aug 26 (PTI) The Maharashtra cabinet on Wednesday decided to postpone all exams being conducted by the state Public Services Commission (MPSC) in view of the COVID-19 situation. The revised schedule for the exams will be announced later, state Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar told the council of ministers during its meeting. "The examinations are being deferred due to the COVID-19 pandemic," he said. The government also announced the ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to kin of each person killed in the Mahad building collapse incident. In another decision that will come as a relief for property buyers, the state cabinet has decided to slash stamp duty on sale deed documents by 3 per cent from September 1 to December 31, 2020, and by 2 per cent from January 1, 2021 to March 31 2021. The cabinet also approved a proposal to set up a separate Slum Redevelopment Authority for eight municipal corporations and seven municipal councils, excluding Mumbai, in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), with a budgetary allocation of Rs 200 crore. The headquarters of the MMR-SRA will be located in Thane. "A decision has been taken for effective implementation of slum redevelopment projects in Navi Mumbai, including CIDCO and NAINA areas, and in Thane, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivali, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Vasai-Virar, Mira Bhayander and Ulhasnagar municipal corporations," the Chief Minister''s Office said in a statement. The new authority will also cover ares under Ambernath, Badlapur, Alibaug, Pen, Khopoli, Matheran and Karjat municipal councils. A study group has been formedfor implementation of slum redevelopment projectsin other prominent cities in the state, it said. In a significant decision for the transport sector hit hard by the lockdown, the government has decided to waive vehicle tax on public transport and goods vehicles, it said. The waiver will be effective for the period between April 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020. "This means for the year 2020-21, 50 per cent tax waiver has been given," the CMO said. The waiver will be applicable for goods and tourist vehicles, school buses, and vehicles offering private services which pay annual tax, it said, adding that the state exchequer will incur loss of Rs 700 crore due to this decision. The council of ministers also decided that fishermen who suffered losses as they couldn''t venture into the sea due to ''Kyarr'' and ''Maha'' cyclones will be given the ex gratia to the tune of Rs 65.17 crore. PTI MR 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 US Changes Covid-19 Guidelines, Says Those Without Symptoms After Exposure Don't Need Testing Delay In Conducting JEE, NEET Will Compromise Students' Future: Over 150 Academicians To PM New Zealand: Christchurch Mosque Shooter, Who Killed 51 People, Sentenced To Life Without Parole More from Outlook Magazine Beirut Diary ‘I Am Happy About The New Phase In My Life’ Sans Frontiers Next Story : AAP alleges ''scam'' in anti-dengue drug procurement by BJP-ruled civic bodies in Delhi Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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2020-08-26COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur death toll climbs to 67; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur death toll climbs to 67; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur death toll climbs to 67; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 40 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 26, 2020, 20:58 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 38 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,659. Also, with six recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 7,097 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 333 while 219 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 38 new cases, the maximum of 11 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-5, followed by 10 each in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-4, six in Ulhasnagar-1 and one in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 33 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 4,766. At present, 242 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 180 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits and 4,344 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Wednesday, 48 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,914 with 67 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Mohan Palm, Vadavali village, Maple City, Gayatri Apartment (near Dhanvantari Hospital) and Barrage Road, while the remaining were from Panvelkar Nagari, Kharvai, TV Tower, Shivaji Chowk, Shirgaon, Ritu World, Rukmini Nivas, Sai Dham Vihar, Manjarli, Sanewadi, Gandhi Chowk and Jadhav Colony. So far, 3,695 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 153 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.71 per cent and the recovery rate at 94.38 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 Breeze STAR – Super Star of shiny walls.Nippon Paint2 & 3 BHK starting from ₹ 37L in North BangaloreBrigade El DoradoLaptop Equipped With All-Day Battery Life.Dell IndiaMilton copper bottles for safe hydration - Buy NowMiltonPre-Book the Compact SUV - Kia SonetKia Motors India2&3BHKs @Vajram Newton on Thanisandra Main Rd. from 66L*Vajram Newtown Scholarships upto 100% - Engineering, BBA, B.Com, BHM & BCAAMC Group of InstitutionsSit at home and Make Rs.12500/day by working online!Career TimesSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionSamsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Get benefits up to ₹19,000.SamsungSit at home and Make Rs.12500/day by working online!Career TimesArt Inspired Flush Fit Immersive TV! Experience OLED GXSELF-LIT LG OLED
2020-08-25101,715 patients recovered in Thane district so far - Hindustan Times
2020-08-25Mumbai reports fewest Covid-19 cases (587) in 105 days, Maharashtra crosses 7 lakh - Times of India
Mumbai reports fewest Covid-19 cases (587) in 105 days, Maharashtra crosses 7 lakhTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiAaditya ThackerayMumbai Corona UpdateCoronavirus in MumbaiRaigad Building CollapseMumbai reports fewest Covid-19 cases (587) in 105 days, Maharashtra crosses 7 lakhBhavika Jain | TNN | Updated: Aug 26, 2020, 08:01 ISTMumbai’s contribution to Tuesday’s 10,425 cases in the state was 5.6%.MUMBAI: Maharashtra crossed a grim milestone of 7 lakh Covid-19 cases on Tuesday that saw Mumbai reporting fewest infections (587) in 105 days. This comes just a day after adding its lowest fatalities (20) in 105 days. The city had on May 12 reported 426 cases. Mumbai’s contribution to Tuesday’s 10,425 cases in the state was 5.6%. With this, Mumbai’s count has risen to 1,37,683 and state’s tally touched 7,03,823. Mumbai has 17,938 active cases now, while the state has 1,65,921. Civic authorities attributed the hefty dip to a glitch in downloading case details from the ICMR website. BMC chief IS Chahal told TOI, “We should wait and watch before coming to any inference (about the drastic drop in cases). We cannot be complacent and lower our guard.” The state has been making a steady addition of 10,000-plus cases every day, and its latest one lakh cases were added in just 8 days. Maharashtra had crossed 6 lakh cases on August 17. Of the 7 lakh cases in the state since March, 2,82,144 have been added in August alone. A state official said the spread of the infection in Pune, Akola and Nagpur circles continue to be aggressive. With over 7 lakh cases, Maharashtra surpassed South Africa’s tally of 6.11 lakh, which was the 5th highest in the world. A day after a dip in deaths in the state and the city, Maharashtra was back to reporting over 300 deaths on Tuesday. With the addition of 329 deaths, the total Covid-19 fatalities in the state now stand at 22,794; Mumbai contributed 35 of Tuesday’s deaths. Of the 329 deaths, 241 were from the last 48 hours, 44 from last week and 44 from a period before that, state officials said. Meanwhile, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region that had been witnessing a surge in cases is showing signs of recovery. Mumbra ward reported zero Covid cases on Tuesday – the third time in a month -- making the suburb that was once a hotspot a model for others to emulate in Covid management. MLA Jitendra Awhad attributed the record to sustained civic surveillance and alertness shown by local general practitioners in identifying suspect patients and giving them prompt treatment. He also believes that residents developing herd immunity has aided in the fight. The suburb first reported zero cases on August 9 and tehn on August 22. In another positive development, following Ulhasnagar where the recovery rate is 93.5%, the recovery rate in two more neighbouring civic bodies - Ambernath and Badlapur -- went above 90%. Within the Badlapur civic body’s limits, where cases have been constant with 30 to 50 detections daily, the recovery rate reached 93.3%. On Tuesday, Badlapur reported 31 new patients, taking the tally of patients there to 3,867, of which only 190 patients are taking treatment. Similarly in Ambernath, recovery rate has reaches 91.3% as out of a total of 4,733 patients only 180 (3.8%) are still under treatment. In Kalyan- Dombivli too, which has been the second worst hit city in MMR after Mumbai, recovery rate went up to 86%. On Tuesday, the twin cities reported 101 patients, taking the tally there to 26,918, with 573 deaths. For the second day in a row, recoveries in the state were higher that daily additions. The state saw 12,300 recoveries on Tuesday, taking the total recoveries to 5.14 lakh. The rate of recovery of the state is now nearly 73.1%, below the country’s average of 75%. 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2020-08-25COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers witness a steep fall - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers witness a steep fallYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers witness a steep fallWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 25, 2020, 20:54 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Kaushik JN/MMCLThane: With increased testing and better quarantine facilities, the coronavirus curve of Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur townships has been rapidly going down. Ulhasnagar reported 12 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,619. Also, with five recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 7,091 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 333 while 217 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 12 new cases, six patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by three patients in Ulhasnagar-3, two in Ulhasnagar-5 and only one in Ulhasnagar-2. No new cases were reported from Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 20 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 4,733. At present, 229 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 180 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,324 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 31 persons tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, taking the city's tally to 3,867 with 67 deaths. So far, 3,610 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 190 are currently undergoing treatment. The recovery rate is pitched at 93.35 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 Avail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Buy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo TyresSony Center Is Now Online - Get Up to 30% Off On ProductsSONYSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car Subscription"Help me achieve my dream”. Join our fundraising teamMuskurahat FoundationReliving monsoon with BollywoodTHE WEATHER COMPANY INC. Laptop Equipped With All-Day Battery Life.Dell IndiaHow to make Rs.14500/day with copy paste from home!Career TimesScholarships upto 100% - Engineering, BBA, B.Com, BHM & BCAAMC Group of InstitutionsTerm Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life InsuranceTech Tailored to your Business. Save up to 46% on Laptops.Dell IndiaConfirm your family's security @ Re.1 and pay premium later*Max Life Insurance
2020-08-25COVID-19 latest updates: 60,975 new cases in India; Mumbai records lowest death toll since May - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: 60,975 new cases in India; Mumbai records lowest death toll since MayAug 25, 2020, 22.53PMCOVID-19 latest updates: 60,975 new cases in India; Mumbai records lowest death toll since MayMumbai's Covid fatality dipped to its lowest in 100 days with 20 deaths being reported on Monday, even as 743 more tested positive for the virus. With recoveries of 14,000 more COVID-19 patients, the number of people discharged from hospital in Maharashtra crossed the 5 lakh mark on Monday. However, the state continues to report a huge number of cases. 11,015 fresh cases took the tally to 6.93 lakh, while 212 more patients succumbed to the infection. The state is likely to touch the grim milestone of seven lakh cases today. The state now has 1.68 lakh active cases. From August 7, the country has seen a spike of over 60,000 cases, taking the overall numbers to over 3 million.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-25 22:53(IST) Two Covid-19 relapse cases surfaced in Telangana, says Health MinisterTelangana health minister Eatala Rajender said on Tuesday that two Covid-19 relapse cases surfaced in the state.While describing it as negligible in more than one lakh (1, 08,670 as of Tuesday morning) positive cases reported in the state, he said there is no guarantee that people once infected would not get it again. Read more here2020-08-25 22:22(IST) COVID-19 August 25 HighlightsMaharashtra reported 10,425 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 7,03,823. Also, 329 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to the virus in the state to 22,794. The state currently hosts 1,65,921 active cases, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Read story here2020-08-25 21:44(IST) Mumbai: 12 new COVID-19 cases in Dharavi; active cases reduced to 372 in DadarG/North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, is the third worst-hit ward of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) out of the 24 administrative wards. So far, the ward has registered 7,260 coronavirus cases, which includes 6118 recoveries and 711 active cases, as per information provided by a senior Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official. Read story here2020-08-25 20:57(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers witness a steep fallWith increased testing and better quarantine facilities, the coronavirus curve of Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur townships has been rapidly going down. Ulhasnagar reported 12 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,619. Read more2020-08-25 20:24(IST) India's COVID-19 mortality rate one of lowest in world at 1.58 per cent: Health MinistryIndia's COVID-19 mortality rate is one of the lowest in the world at 1.58 per cent and active cases are only 22.2 per cent of the total cases, Union Health Ministry said on Tuesday. Addressing a press conference, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that the recovered cases are 3.4 times more than the active cases and recovery rate is more than 75 per cent. Read more2020-08-25 19:39(IST) IIT Hyderabad startup make N95 equivalent respirator mask for lowest priceUSafe, an entrepreneurial entity of the Centre for Healthcare Entrepreneurship at the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, has developed respirator mask that adheres to the highest safety standards for operating in hazardous environments. The mask is durable too. The IIT management claimed this as the world's cheapest protective mask with equal or more assurance of standards of the N95 mask. Read more2020-08-25 19:18(IST) Figures from AP9,927 new #COVID19 cases, 9,419 recoveries and 92 deaths reported in Andhra Pradesh today. Total number of cases ri… https://t.co/XYw1tQmyq0— ANI (@ANI) 15983625920002020-08-25 18:31(IST) Gayle tests negative for Covid-19, to join Kings XI Punjab squadWest Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle has tested negative for Covid-19, and as a result, he will be joining the Kings XI Punjab squad."Couple of days ago. 1st Covid-19 test. Before travel I need 2 negative test," Gayle wrote in an Instagram story."The last one went a bit too far in my nose. Phew. The result was negative," he wrote in another story.Several media reports said Gayle had attended the birthday celebrations of sprinter Usain Bolt.The sprinter on Monday released a video on Twitter, saying that he is currently under home isolation and is waiting for his Covid-19 test results.2020-08-25 16:57(IST) Punjab to release more prisoners amid Covid-19The Punjab government is going to release more prisoners for the time being to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, officials said on Tuesday.For this, the Congress government is bringing amendment Bills for the temporary release of some prisoners.The other Bills relate to regulation of private clinical establishments, control of drugs dispensation by private de-addiction centres, industrial disputes and child labour, an official said.The Amarinder Singh-led Cabinet approved the presentation of the Ordinances for enactment in the forthcoming one-day session of the Vidhan Sabha on August 28.2020-08-25 16:53(IST) Congress leader DK Shivakumar tests positive for COVID-19Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar on Tuesday informed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been admitted to a private hospital in Bengaluru. He tweeted, "I had fever and have tested positive for the Corona Virus. I am doing well, but as a precaution have been hospitalized and am under the good care of doctors. With your wishes and blessings, I will soon be back. I appeal to all those who came in contact with me to be cautious."2020-08-25 16:21(IST) COVID-19 cases in Telangana may taper by September-end: Health dept officialTelangana has conducted overfive lakh COVID-19 tests so far this month and the intensity of the disease is expected to taper by the end of September, a senior official of the Telangana Health department said on Tuesday.Director of Public Health Dr G Srinivas Rao said though there is a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases in rural Telangana, the infection rate is coming down in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) area and it is expected to further reduce in the coming days."We have earlier said the cases would gradually come down in the GHMC area by the end of August. We also said though there would be some uptick, the cases in rural Telangana would be under control by the end of September. The trend is as expected," he said at a press conference.04:20 PM (IST) Recovered COVID-19 cases are 3.4 times the number of active cases in the countryHealth Ministry2020-08-25 15:47(IST) Telangana reports 2,579 new COVID-19 cases, nine deathsAs many as 2,579 COVID-19 positive cases and nine deaths were reported in Telangana on August 24, taking the total number of cases in the state to 1,08,670, according to the State Health Department on Tuesday.The officials said that 1,752 people also recovered from the virus after treatment in the state, taking the total number of recoveries in the state to 84,163. However, 770 others have lost their lives due to the virus.Currently, there are a total number of 23,737 COVID-19 positive cases in the state. Notably, 17,226 people are under home or institutional quarantine in the state.2020-08-25 15:47(IST) Mysuru Police Commissioner tests positive for coronavirusMysuru city Police Commissioner Chandra Gupta has tested positive for coronavirus, a police official confirmed to IANS on Tuesday.Similarly, Assistant Commissioner of police Bharat Raj has also tested positive for the virus.Both are receiving treatment under home isolation. Gupta had attended the Independence Day celebrations at the Zilla Panchayat Hall recently.The August 15 celebration was chaired by S.T. Somasekhar, district-in-charge minister, and also attended by Deputy Commissioner G. Abhiram Sankar, along with other officials. Sankar later went into quarantine as his driver tested positive.Earlier, Mysuru District Superintendent of Police C.B. Ryshyanth tested positive for the virus on August 17.2020-08-25 15:36(IST) Deeply unfair for Indian students to sit in national exams during COVID-19: Greta ThunbergSwedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg on Tuesday said it is deeply unfair for Indian students to sit for national exams amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.She said millions have been affected due to floods in states like Bihar, Gujarat and Assam and called for the postponement of NEET 2020 and JEE Main 2020 entrance exams."It's deeply unfair that students of India are asked to sit national exams during the COVID-19 pandemic and while millions have also been impacted by the extreme floods. I stand with their call to #PostponeJEE_NEETinCOVID," the 17-year-old activist tweeted.The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced that JEE will be held from September 1 to 6 and NEET on September 13. This comes amid demands from students and parents to postpone the entrance exams in view of the surge in COVID-19 cases.2020-08-25 15:13(IST) Odisha's COVID-19 active tally reaches 26,826Odisha has reported 2,752 fresh cases, taking the total number of active cases in the state to 26,826, said State's Information and Public Relations Department said on Tuesday.Among the new cases, 1,708 patients have been sent under quarantine, while 2,519 people have recovered from the virus.Out of these 2,75 cases, Jajpur reported the highest number of cases (217), followed by Ganjam (212), Koraput (174).2020-08-25 14:37(IST) RBI calls for wide-ranging reforms to offset COVID-19 lossesDeclining capacity utilisation, weakening of consumption demand and overhang of stressed balance sheets are restraining new investments, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Tuesday while calling for wide-ranging reforms to regain losses due to COVID-19 crisis and return to the path of sustainable economic growth.The corporate tax cut of September 2019 has been utilised in debt servicing, a build-up of cash balances and other current assets rather than restarting the capital expenditure cycle, it said.2020-08-25 14:35(IST) Maharashtra lockdown: 70% respondents in MNS survey say abolish lockdown, 64 percent not satisfied with CM Thackeray's workThe survey was conducted by Sandeep Deshpande between August 11 to 18 through a Google form posted on social media sites. 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2020-08-24COVID-19 latest updates: 61,408 new cases in India; Maharashtra cases fall back to 10K range - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: 61,408 new cases in India; Maharashtra cases fall back to 10K rangeAug 24, 2020, 23.11PMCOVID-19 latest updates: 61,408 new cases in India; Maharashtra cases fall back to 10K rangeA day after recording a new high of 14,492 COVID cases, Maharashtra saw its daily tally fall by over 4,000. With 10,441 new cases, the state tally rose to 6.82 lakh, and 258 more fatalities took the death toll to 22,253. The state has the highest cases and deaths in the country. As many as 991 new cases, 690 recoveries, and 34 deaths were reported in Mumbai. Currently, there are 18,565 active cases in the city and 1.10 lakh recovered after taking treatment. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has appealed to people to remain extra careful during festivals and rains in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. He also inaugurated a COVID care centre in Pune. The 800-bed facility, including 200 ICU beds, was developed within 18 days. India's tally has crossed 30-lakh mark with a single-day spike. The country has been reporting an average of over 60,000 cases each day.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-24 23:11(IST) Vaishno Devi online yatra registration and helicopter booking is available from August 26According to ANI, Vaishno Devi online yatra registration and helicopter booking is available from August 26 to September 5, said Ramesh Kumar Jangid, CEO of Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, J&K.2020-08-24 23:05(IST) Jharkhand reports 940 new COVID-19 cases todayJharkhand recorded 940 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths today. Total number of cases now at 31,118 including 9,758 active cases, 21,025 recoveries and 335 deaths.2020-08-24 22:19(IST) Karnataka reports 5851 new COVID-19 positive cases todayA total of 5851 new COVID-19 positive cases were reported today from Karnataka. There were 8061 discharges and 130 deaths reported in Karnataka. The total number of cases now stand at 283665 including 197625 discharges, 81211 active cases and 4810 deaths2020-08-24 21:47(IST) Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see less than 20 cases eachUlhasnagar reported 14 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,599. Also, with seven fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 7,086 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 330 while 213 patients have died of the virus. Read story here2020-08-24 20:35(IST) COVID-19 August 24 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 11,051 new cases; Mumbai sees 20 deaths on MondayMaharashtra recorded 11,051 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 6,93,398. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of August 24 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country. Read more2020-08-24 20:33(IST) Karnataka government issues guidelinesKarnataka government issues revised guidelines for the inter-state travellers; discontinues registration on Seva Si… https://t.co/jkNrsP4OKL— ANI (@ANI) 15982807370002020-08-24 20:00(IST) Maharashtra: 11,015 new cases11,015 new COVID-19 cases and 212 deaths reported in Maharashtra today. The total number of positive cases now stands at 6,93,398 including 5,02,490 recoveries and 1,68,126 active cases: State Health department2020-08-24 19:21(IST) Manohar Lal tests positive2020-08-24 18:38(IST) Mumbai: Covid-19 cases cross 2,400-mark in Dadar; active cases reduced to 83 in DharaviFor over two months (June and July) there has been an increase in the number of cases of coronavirus in Dadar. 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The internet has been a primary source of information as well as memes that brighten up one's mood instantly. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more04:23 PM (IST) Union Minister for AYUSH Shripad Naik is admitted to Manipal Hospital for the last 10 days. From today morning his oxygen saturation has dropped. A team of doctors from AIIMS, Delhi will come here and decide on whether to shift Naik to Delhi for further treatmentGoa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant2020-08-24 16:10(IST) E-pass in Maharashtra to stay due to rising COVID-19 cases in rural areas: Anil DeshmukhThe state government will stick to e-passes for interstate and inter-district movement for now considering the rising Covid-19 cases in the rural areas, home minister Anil Deshmukh said on Sunday. There will be a review after a fortnight. The minister told TOI on Sunday evening that he spoke to both chief minister Uddhav Thackeray and deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, and it was decided that the current restrictions should continue. Read the full story here2020-08-24 16:07(IST) Aaditya Thackeray urges PM Narendra Modi to postpone all exams across the country in the wake of COVID-19Maharashtra Cabinet Minister and Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray on Monday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to postpone all the examinations across the country, owing to the health risks for students as well as their family members in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.In a letter to PM Modi, dated August 24, 2020, Aaditya wrote that amid the increasing cases of coronavirus, various institutions and universities have been trying to schedule examinations for professional and non-professional courses.He wrote that with transport yet to resume and COVID-19 red zones still in place in various states, conducting exams is neither practical nor a feasible option.He maintained that wherever in the world schools and colleges have reopened, a large number of COVID-19 cases have been found. Read the full story here2020-08-24 15:38(IST) More than 23 lakh patients recovered from COVID-19 in IndiaIndia crossed the 23 lakh COVID-19 recoveries mark and the case fatality rate "has further dipped" to 1.85 per cent, informed the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, here on Monday. "With more patients recovering and being discharged from hospitals and home isolation (in case of mild and moderate cases), India's COVID-19 total recoveries have crossed 23 lakh today. Recovery of 23,38,035 patients has been made possible because of effective implementation of the policy of testing aggressively, tracking comprehensively through surveillance and contact tracing& treating efficiently," the Union Health Ministry said in a statement. The Health Ministry further said India's recovery rate now stands at 75.27 per cent. Read the full story here2020-08-24 15:01(IST) Bihar reports 1,227 new COVID-19 cases, taking the state's active patients to 24,3182020-08-24 14:44(IST) 120 more police personnel found COVID-19 positive and one died in the last 24 hours in MaharashtraThe total number of Corona positive police personnel in Maharashtra reaches 13,716 including 2,528 active cases, 11,049 recoveries and 139 deaths till date, informed Maharashtra Police.2020-08-24 14:28(IST) 21 new COVID19 cases reported in Himachal Pradesh today. Total number of positive cases in the state rises to 5,022 including 1,485 active cases, 3,461 recovered cases and 27 deaths so far, informed State Health Department.2020-08-24 14:02(IST) Thane: Shocking! 17 COVID-19 hospitals overcharged patientsCOVID-19 patients who have been over-charged by private hospitals are still failing to get any relief despite a cap on treatment set by the Maharashtra government. 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2020-08-24COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see less than 20 cases each - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see less than 20 cases eachYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see less than 20 cases eachWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 24, 2020, 21:03 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 14 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,599. Also, with seven fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 7,086 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 330 while 213 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 14 new cases, five patients each tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4 and Ulhasnagar-5, followed by three in Ulhasnagar-3 and only one in Ulhasnagar-1. No new cases were reported from Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 16 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 4,713. At present, 252 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 180 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 4,281 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 23 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 3,836 with 65 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Vadavli village, Hendrepada and Anant Nagar, while the remaining were from Yadav Nagar, New DP Road, Shirgaon, Eranjad, New Vadavli, Trimurti Complex, Barrage Road and Samarth Nagar. So far, 3,543 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 228 are currently undergoing treatment. Also, on Monday, CM Uddhav Thackeray and cabinet minister Aaditya Thackeray handed over eight ambulances to Ulhasnagar, five to Ambernath and five to Badlapur. Today I was fortunate enough to hand over 9 ambulances to Kalyan Dombivali, 8 to Ulhasnagar, 5 to Ambernath, 5 to B… https://t.co/rKRl6dvU8e— Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) 1598276494000 RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 2 & 3 BHK starting from ₹ 37L in North BangaloreBrigade El DoradoAvail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Laptop Equipped With All-Day Battery Life.Dell IndiaSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionWorld's No.1 bestselling Android smartphoneSamsung Galaxy A51Buy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo Tyres New Launch 2&3BHK apts starting @66L*Vajram NewtownVajram NewtownTerm plan that returns your premium at the end of policy*^Max Life InsuranceScholarships upto 100% - Engineering, BBA, B.Com, BHM & BCAAMC Group of InstitutionsDo copy paste work and earn lakhs of rupees from home!Career TimesArt Inspired Flush Fit Immersive TV! Experience OLED GXSELF-LIT LG OLEDInsure your health and your family's with Bajaj Allianz.Bajaj Allianz
2020-08-23COVID-19: Thane reports 26 fatalities, above 1k new cases - United News of India
COVID-19: Thane reports 26 fatalities, above 1k new casesThane, Aug 23 (UNI) A total of 26 patients succumbed to the COVID-19 while 1,284 new cases were detected positive across Thane, taking this district's pandemic tally to 1,13,884 in the preceding day, informed a senior health official on Sunday. After reporting 421 new patients and ten fatalities on Saturday, Kalyan suburb now has the highest 26,405 patients out of the district's total caseload. Meanwhile, the cities of Thane, Navi Mumbai and Mira Bhayander also have respective record cases: 24,329, 23,005 and 11,519. With the detection of 398 infected individuals on Saturday, Navi Mumbai was on the second spot of reporting maximum cases followed by Thane (134) and Mira Bhayander (124), the official told. Meanwhile, the towns of Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi and Badlapur didn't report a single death in the same period, giving a further edge to Bhiwandi as it has witnessed nil fatalities in the past couple of weeks. Presently, the district has 11.18 per cent active cases of the tally while the recovery rate stands at 85.97 per cent. Categorically, Ulhasnagar has the highest 93.07 per cent recovery rate as compared to other places. With a mortality rate of 2.85 per cent, the district has so far tallied 3,240 fatalities, with Bhiwandi having the highest mortality rate of 6.94 per cent. Looking at the broader picture, Thane district accounts for 16.94 per cent share in Maharashtra's tally and has recorded 14.73 per cent death out of total fatalities across the state. Similarly, Thane has 20.39 per cent cured people out of total recoveries, with 7.51 per cent active cases across the state, the official added. On Saturday, the distant Palghar district reported two fatalities and 347 new cases. With the new additions, the district's pandemic tally surged to 21,918 while the fatality count now stands at 444, apprised data. UNI XR KAZ RHK1325 More NewsNeed strengthen hands of Sonia, Rahul to defeat divisive BJP: Kamat23 Aug 2020 | 9:47 PMPanaji, Aug 23 (UNI) Leader of Opposition Digambar Kamat on Sunday said that there was need to discuss how to strengthen hands of Congress President Sonia Gandhi and former party president Rahul Gandhi in order to defeat divisive Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP).see more..Nashik's Gangapur dam gates opened; citizens asked to be vigilant23 Aug 2020 | 9:38 PMNashik, Aug 23 (UNI) The five gates of the Gangapur dam were raised by one foot on Sunday, and 500 cusec water was discharged as the water is about to overflow following unabated incessant rains. On Saturday, the district administration has expressed the probability of releasing water from Gangapur, and asked the Godavari riverbank inhabitants and concerned officials to keep alert.see more..COVID-19: Goa reports 209 new cases, 4 casualties23 Aug 2020 | 9:16 PMPanaji, Aug 23 (UNI) Goa reported 209 new cases of COVID-19 while four persons succumbed to infections on Sunday.see more..545 new corona cases added in Kolhapur23 Aug 2020 | 9:15 PMKolhapur, Aug 23 (UNI) As many as 545 new corona positive patients and 23 deaths were witnessed here in a single day on Sunday, taking the district's tally and the death toll of such cases to 18,487 and 547, respectively.see more..Nominate Rahul Gandhi as next Congress president: AICC member23 Aug 2020 | 9:08 PMThane, Aug 23 (UNI) AICC member Summan Agrawal on Sunday asked the party president Sonia Gandhi and other members to prefer Rahul Gandhi as the next president of the party.see more.. UNI PhotoYANGON, Aug. 23, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A monkey cradles its baby at Hlawga Wildlife Park on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Aug. 23, 2020. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-AF1JABALPUR, AUG 23 (UNI):- Rare full arch rainbow visible in Jabalpur after rain on Sunday. UNI PHOTO-A2UKOLKATA, AUG 23 (UNI) Health workers collecting samples for rapid antigen test for COVID-19, at a residential society in North Kolkata on Sunday.UNI PHOTO CAL 5KOLKATA, AUG 23 (UNI) Health workers collecting samples for rapid antigen test for COVID-19, at a residential society in North Kolkata on Sunday.UNI PHOTO CAL 4KOLKATA, AUG 23 (UNI) Health workers collecting samples for rapid antigen test for COVID-19, at a residential society in North Kolkata on Sunday.UNI PHOTO CAL 3KOLKATA, AUG 23 (UNI) Devotees immerses an idol of Lord Ganesh in holy river Ganga at a Ghat in Kolkata on Sunday. UNI PHOTO CAL 2KOLKATA, AUG 23 (UNI) A devotee immerses an idol of Lord Ganesh in holy river Ganga at a Ghat in Kolkata on Sunday. UNI PHOTO CAL 1THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 23 (UNI):- Kerala BJP president K Surendarn staging a dharna at BJP state headquaters demanding to the Resignation of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, alleging that the CM office involved in anti national activities, in Thiruvanathapuram on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-A1USRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) Women rowing a boat passing through a stream in the interiors of famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 9.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) Men rowing a boat laden with material passing near by a floating Lotus garden in a stream in the interiors of famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 8.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) Men rowing a boat laden with vegetables passing near by a floating Lotus garden in a stream in the interiors of famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 7.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) A splendid view of a Lotus floating garden in the world famous Dal Lake in Srinagar mesmerizing the visitors in Kashmir valley on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 6.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) A splendid view of a Lotus floating garden in the world famous Dal Lake in Srinagar mesmerizing the visitors in Kashmir valley on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 5.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) A wooden culvert built for the passage of people over the stream passing by a beautiful Lotus floating garden in the world famous Dal Lake in Srinagar mesmerizing the visitors in Kashmir valley on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 5.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) A woman rowing her boat laden with bunches of green weed and lotus leaves passing nearby a floating garden in the interiors of famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 3.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) A waterfowl made his home on a small floating bunch of leaves in the interiors of famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 2.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) A woman rowing her boat laden with bunches of green weed passing through a floating Lotus garden in the interiors of famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 10.SRINAGAR, AUG 23 (UNI) A woman rowing her boat laden with bunches of green weed passing near by a floating Lotus garden in the interiors of famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on Sunday. UNI SRN PHOTO 1.THIRUVANANTHAPURAM,AUG 23 (UNI) CPI (M) Kerala General Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishan Staging dharana along with his family members at his home in protest aganist anti people policies of the Union Government in Thiruvanathapuram on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-46UJAMMU,AUG 23 (UNI):- Special DG CRPF Zulfiquar Hasan with IG CRPF Jammu Sector Charu Sinha calling on Jammu and Kashimr LG Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan in Jammu on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-45U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Sunday, Aug 23 2020 | Time 23:45 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 :-
2020-08-23Absentia signing with multiple labs: Maharashtra Medical Council suspends pathologist for 6 months - Medical Dialogues
2020-08-23COVID-19: Thane reports 26 fatalities, above 1k new cases - United News of India
COVID-19: Thane reports 26 fatalities, above 1k new casesThane, Aug 23 (UNI) A total of 26 patients succumbed to the COVID-19 while 1,284 new cases were detected positive across Thane, taking this district's pandemic tally to 1,13,884 in the preceding day, informed a senior health official on Sunday. After reporting 421 new patients and ten fatalities on Saturday, Kalyan suburb now has the highest 26,405 patients out of the district's total caseload. Meanwhile, the cities of Thane, Navi Mumbai and Mira Bhayander also have respective record cases: 24,329, 23,005 and 11,519. With the detection of 398 infected individuals on Saturday, Navi Mumbai was on the second spot of reporting maximum cases followed by Thane (134) and Mira Bhayander (124), the official told. Meanwhile, the towns of Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi and Badlapur didn't report a single death in the same period, giving a further edge to Bhiwandi as it has witnessed nil fatalities in the past couple of weeks. Presently, the district has 11.18 per cent active cases of the tally while the recovery rate stands at 85.97 per cent. Categorically, Ulhasnagar has the highest 93.07 per cent recovery rate as compared to other places. With a mortality rate of 2.85 per cent, the district has so far tallied 3,240 fatalities, with Bhiwandi having the highest mortality rate of 6.94 per cent. Looking at the broader picture, Thane district accounts for 16.94 per cent share in Maharashtra's tally and has recorded 14.73 per cent death out of total fatalities across the state. Similarly, Thane has 20.39 per cent cured people out of total recoveries, with 7.51 per cent active cases across the state, the official added. On Saturday, the distant Palghar district reported two fatalities and 347 new cases. With the new additions, the district's pandemic tally surged to 21,918 while the fatality count now stands at 444, apprised data. UNI XR KAZ RHK1325 More NewsMah: Jyotiraditya Scindia visits RSS headquarters in Nagpur25 Aug 2020 | 10:23 PMNagpur, Aug 25 (UNI) The Rajya Sabha member Jyotiraditya Scindia, who left Congress and joined BJP a few months back, visited the RSS headquarters on Tuesday.see more..470 new corona cases added in Kolhapur25 Aug 2020 | 10:17 PMKolhapur, Aug 25 (UNI) As many as 470 new corona positive patients and 26 deaths were witnessed here in a single day on Tuesday, taking the district's tally and the death toll of such cases to 19,551 and 589, respectively.see more..CBI summons 2 Mumbai Police officers as part of investigation in SSR case25 Aug 2020 | 10:09 PMMumbai, Aug 25 (UNI) The Central Bureau of Investigation, probing Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput death case, on Tuesday summoned two Mumbai Police officers who were part of the investigation conducted by city police.see more..Now, citizens to get info about Govt work documents on WhatsApp25 Aug 2020 | 10:05 PMNashik, Aug 25 (UNI) Citizens will now be able to get information about their government work documents, various applications at home, even at home. For this, 'WhatsApp Grievance Redressal' rooms have been set up in all the provincial offices in the district. Applicants can now contact this cell through WhatsApp, District Collector Suraj Mandhare said in a letter.see more..Monsoon session of Maha Assembly for 2 days from Sep 725 Aug 2020 | 9:37 PMMumbai, Aug 25 (UNI) The Monsoon session of the Maharashtra Assembly will be held for two days only on September 7 and 8.see more.. UNI PhotoThiruvananthapuram, Aug 25 (UNI) A major fire broke out at the protocol department of General Administration Department in the Sandwich Block of Government Secretariat here on Tuesday. Kerala BJP President K Surendran has been taken into police custody from the Government Secretariat when he came to visit the protocol department where a major fire broke out destroying many files and computers. Opposition leaders of Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) staging dharna in front of the Secretariat demanding probe into unnatural fire that broke out in protocol department of Government Secretariat on Tuesday evening.UNI PHOTO-A16UHyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) : Telangana Minister for Industries K T Rama Rao review meetings with industries department officials including ongoing initiatives of Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation Ltd (TSIIC) instructed the officials to monitor the progress of various industries that have been allotted lands in the state to ensure they start production in a time-bound manner in Hyderabad on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-RAO7UJENIN, Aug. 25, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A Palestinian farmer dries tabacco leaves at a farm in Yaabed village near the West Bank city of Jenin, on Aug. 25, 2020. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-AF2MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Aug. 25, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Aug. 25, 2020 shows a damaged car at the site of a blast in Balkh province, Afghanistan. Six people, including an assailant, were killed and 32 people wounded after a Taliban militants' suicide truck bomb blast took place outside a special forces' camp in northern Afghanistan's Balkh province on Tuesday, an army source confirmed. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-AF1Hyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) Telangana Information Technology (IT) Miister K T Rama Rao, launch the e-SFC 360 view Digital Platform of Telangana State Financial Corporation in Hyderabad on Tuesday. UNI PHOTO-RAO6U.THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 25 (UNI) Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan flags off the first group of 'Covid Brigade' who completed training. Health Minister KK Shailaja was also present, in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A15UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 25 (UNI) Devotees carrying an idol of Lord Ganesha for immersion in the sea at Shanghumugham, as part of Ganesholsavam in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A14UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 25 (UNI) A woman performing the rituals prior to immerse the idols of Lord Ganesha in the sea at Shanghumugham, as part of Ganesholsavam, in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A13UHyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) Telangana Conress Minority Department, Chairman Shaik Abdullah Sohail, and other senior leaders and workers Over 150 FIR's registered by Saifabad Police station on Tuesday against the demolition of mosques and a temple in the Secretariat Complex in Hyderabad.UNI PHOTO-RAO5UHyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) Telangana Conress Minority Department, Chairman Shaik Abdullah Sohail, and other senior leaders and workers Over 150 FIR's registered by Saifabad Police station on Tuesday against the demolition of mosques and a temple in the Secretariat Complex in Hyderabad.UNI PHOTO-RAO4UHyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) Telangana Conress Minority Department, Chairman Shaik Abdullah Sohail, and other senior leaders and workers Over 150 FIR's registered by Saifabad Police station on Tuesday against the demolition of mosques and a temple in the Secretariat Complex in Hyderabad.UNI PHOTO-RAO3UHyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soudararajan Participating as the chief guest at the Nobel Laureate Lecture Series organised by the Institution of Green Engineers (IGEN), Chennai, through online mode from the Raj Bhavan on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-RAO2UHyderabad, Aug 25 (UNI) Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soudararajan Participating as the chief guest at the Nobel Laureate Lecture Series organised by the Institution of Green Engineers (IGEN), Chennai, through online mode from the Raj Bhavan on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-RAO1UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 25 (UNI) A woman immersing the idol of Lord Ganesha in the sea at Shanghumugham, as part of Ganesholsavam, in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-12UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 25 (UNI) A woman immersing the idol of Lord Ganesha in the sea at Shanghumugham, as part of Ganesholsavam, in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-11UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 25 (UNI) A woman immersing the idol of Lord Ganesha in the sea at Shanghumugham, as part of Ganesholsavam, in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-10UMUMBAI, AUG 25 (UNI):- Women performing Gauri puja on the third day of Ganesh Chaturthi,in Mumbai on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A9UMUMBAI, AUG 25 (UNI):- Women performing Gauri puja on the third day of Ganesh Chaturthi,in Mumbai on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A8UMUMBAI,AUG 25 (UNI):- Women performing Gauri puja on the third day of Ganesh Chaturthi,in Mumbai on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A7URAIGAD, AUG 25 (UNI) - National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) officials search for survivors in the debris after a five-story building collapsed in Mahad in Raigad district in Maharashtra on Tuesday.UNI PHOTO-A6U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Tuesday, Aug 25 2020 | Time 23:48 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 :-
2020-08-22Covid-19: Ulhasnagar’s recovery rate best in India, Delhi second - Times of India
Covid-19: Ulhasnagar’s recovery rate best in India, Delhi secondTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona CasesMumbai FireCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai RainsCovid-19: Ulhasnagar’s recovery rate best in India, Delhi secondTNN | Aug 22, 2020, 09:32 ISTA Covid-19 rapid antigen test camp at Darshan Darbar, Nerul, Navi MumbaiMUMBAI: On a day its caseload crossed the 3 lakh mark, MMR added 3,833 cases. Its total cases are now 3,02,998, of which 1.3 lakh cases or 44% are from Mumbai and the remaining 1.6 lakh cases or 55.7% from the three districts of Thane, Palghar and Raigad. After BMC, the Kalyan-Dombivli civic body has the highest cases in the region, in excess of 25,000. It took 31 days for the region to go from 2 lakh to 3 lakh. On the bright side, Ulhasnagar, one of Mumbai’s satellite townships, made it to the top of the national charts with a recovery rate of 93.5 %, trouncing Delhi, which has 90%-plus recovery rate. Experts say when the first Covid case was reported in the state in March, the focus was on Mumbai. Other regions in MMR, despite the poor healthcare facilities there, were ignored till May. Doctors said the entire MMR should have been seen as one unit while tackling Covid. While Covid and quarantine centres were set up across Mumbai, other civic bodies in MMR were struggling. Mira-Bhayander showed the way by setting up a dedicated 100-bed Covid hospital in March end. “A dedicated hospital helped up identity patients and begin treatment,” said a doctor at the hospital. Mira-Bhayander was the last civic body to cross 10,000 cases, on August 12. In Kalyan-Dombivli, there were only 1,034 cases till May end. In less than three months, it has touched 25,000-plus. Health experts said till the end of May, the civic body was struggling for beds and care centres. KDMC health officer Dr Pratibha Panpatil said testing capacity has now been upped by 1,400 daily. She added June and July saw a spike in cases, though August has witnessed a decline. Thane took a month to move from 10,000 cases in July to 20,000 in August. In August, Thane witnessed a drastic slowdown in cases which health officers attribute to testing at initial stages. Navi Mumbai too added 10,000 more cases in a month between July and August. 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2020-08-21COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar death toll crosses 200-mark closely followed by Ambernath; Badlapur reports - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar death toll crosses 200-mark closely followed by Ambernath; Badlapur reports 48 new casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar death toll crosses 200-mark closely followed by Ambernath; Badlapur reports 48 new casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 21, 2020, 20:45 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 35 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,536. Also, with 26 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 7,042 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 289 while 205 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 35 new cases, the maximum of 12 patients each came up in Ulhasnagar-4 and Ulhasnagar-5, followed by eight in Ulhasnagar-3, two in Ulhasnagar-1 and only one in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 54 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 4,639. At present, 289 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 178 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,172 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 48 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,718 with 65 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Manjarli, Hendrepada, Om Aditya Apartments and Mohananand Nagar, while the remaining were from Mohan Valley, Gandhi Chowk, Shashwat Park, Anant Nagar, Shaninagar, Valivali, Samarth Nagar, Katrap, Ramchandra Panvelkar Nagari, Ganesh Nagar, Rameshwadi, Shirgaon, Subhash Nagar, Raj Group Tulsi and Dargah Mohalla. So far, 3,378 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 275 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.75 per cent and the recovery rate at 90.86 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 POWER YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell India2 & 3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37L with 20+ amenitiesBrigade El DoradoChoose Nikhar Aventino: Be Close to EverythingNikhar Homes2&3BHKs @Vajram Newton on Thanisandra Main Rd. from 66L*Vajram NewtownAvail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Term Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life Insurance How to make Rs.14500/day with copy paste from home!Career TimesSit at home and Make Rs.12500/day by working online!Career TimesGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungCovid-19 Vaccine and You, That’s all we want!QuorScholarships upto 100% - Engineering, BBA, B.Com, BHM & BCAAMC Group of InstitutionsSuffering from muscle pain? Try ArniCap now!Green Cure
2020-08-21COVID-19 August 21 Highlights: Mumbai reports 1,406 new cases on Friday; Maharashtra has 1.64 lakh activ - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 August 21 Highlights: Mumbai reports 1,406 new cases on Friday; Maharashtra has 1.64 lakh active casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 August 21 Highlights: Mumbai reports 1,406 new cases on Friday; Maharashtra has 1.64 lakh active casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 21, 2020, 21:08 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLMumbai: Maharashtra recorded 14,161 new coronavirus cases on Friday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 6,57,450. Also, 339 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll in the state to 21,698 and the number of active cases to 1,64,562, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of August 21 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: Mumbai reports 1,406 fresh cases Mumbai on Friday reported 1,406 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the case count of the Maximum City climbed to 1,34,223. Also, 42 patients succumbed to the virus taking the death toll to 7,353. On the contrary, as many as 1,08,268 patients have recovered till date and the number of active cases in the city is now pitched at 18,297. Dharavi total climbs to 2,700 The coronavirus curve of Dharavi has been rapidly declining with each passing day. On Friday, the slum colony reported only three new cases of the infection. The total number of cases in the largest slum of Asia is now pitched at 2,700, while the number of active cases stands at 92. The area has been witnessing a steady rise in the number of recoveries, which has now climbed to 2,348. Dadar reports 29 new COVID-19 cases On the other hand, 12 persons tested positive for COVID-19 in Mahim on Friday, taking the tally to 2,082. However, 1,740 persons have been cured and discharged and there are as many as 263 active cases in the area as of now. In nearby Dadar, as many as 29 new cases came up on Friday and with that, the area's case count climbed to 2,351. At least 1,875 patients have recovered in the region while 385 are currently undergoing treatment. Ulhasnagar death toll crosses 200-mark Ulhasnagar reported 35 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,536. Also, with 26 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 7,042 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 289 while 205 patients have died of the virus. Read more India's recovery rate reaches 74.28 per cent With 62,282 recoveries reported in the last 24 hours, India recorded the highest number of recoveries in a single day on Friday, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) informed. "With a total of 21,58,946 recoveries, India's recovery rate now stands at 74.28 per cent. The gap between recovered patients and active COVID-19 cases has reached 14,66,918 today. The percentage of recoveries continues to rise steeply alongside the steady decline of the percentage of active cases," the statement from the MoFHW said. Stop COVID-19 caller tune immediately, there is enough awareness: MNS leader Bala Nandgaonkar The Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) which has been targeting the Central and State governments over the COVID-19 situation, has now made a demand to stop the COVID-19 caller tune. The demand has been made by MNS leader Bala Nandgaonkar. Since March, telecom companies replaced ringtones with default caller tunes that spread awareness about the virus. Going to beaches in Palghar? You too may face action If you are planning to visit beaches in Palghar district then beware, because it may land you in trouble. The cops have registered a case against 17 people for allegedly defying prohibitory orders. Those booked include 3 women. They were holding a pre-wedding photoshoot at Kelva beach. In the view of COVID-19, an order prohibiting the movement of people near water bodies, including rivers, dams, waterfalls, and beaches has been issued by District collector Dr Kailash Shinde. COVID-19 may have saved 20,000 lives on Indian roads In the midst of all the depressing headlines this year, there is some good news. There were 20,300 fewer deaths in crashes or accidents on Indian roads while the Covid-19 lockdown was as its peak. Quarterly data provided by states and UTs to the Supreme Court committee on road safety show that between April and June this year, 20,732 lives were lost in road crashes compared to 41,032 during the same period in 2019, a fall of 49.47 per cent. Read more Five adorable posts to welcome the weekend Days merge into one as quarantine continues. While home isolation may seem tedious at first, many have taken this opportunity to take up new skills. From tutorials hosted online, to social media platforms becoming the go-to spot for cute animal videos, the internet has got it all. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to celebrate the weekend. 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2020-08-20COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar records highest recovery rate in MMR; no respite for Badlapur residents - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar records highest recovery rate in MMR; no respite for Badlapur residentsYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar records highest recovery rate in MMR; no respite for Badlapur residentsWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 20, 2020, 21:18 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentative imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 34 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 7,501. Also, 28 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,016. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 200 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 285 are currently being treated. Out of the 34 cases, the maximum of 16 persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by 12 in Ulhasnagar-4, five in Ulhasnagar-5 and one in Ulhasnagar-1. No fresh case was reported from Ulhasnagar-2. Pitched at 93.5 per cent, Ulhasnagar has achieved the highest recovery rate in the entire Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The feat has been mainly possible due to rapid contact tracing, testing and up-to-date quarantine facilities, says UMC PRO, Yuvraj Bhadane. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 39 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 4,585. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 177 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 4,148 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 260. Meanwhile, 67 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 3,670, along with 65 fatalities. Most of the cases came up in Shivaji Park, Mohan Highlands, Yadav Nagar, Anant Nagar and Dattawadi, while the remaining were from Rameshwadi, Sanewadi, Samarth Nagar, Belauli, Laxman Srishti, Near SVC Bank, Hendrepada, MHADA Colony, Katrap, Barrage Road, Eranjad, Aptewadi, Shirgaon, Gaondevi and Kailash Nagar. As many as 3,309 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 296. The recovery rate of the city is pitched at 90.16 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 Copy the best traders risk-free!FBSChoose Nikhar Aventino: Be Close to EverythingNikhar HomesWorld's No.1 bestselling Android smartphoneSamsung Galaxy A51Avail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Decorated Designers Unite For Behind The Mask CampaignIDivaPlay Online Cricket and Keep Yourself Busy During LockdownGamezop Dell XPS 13 Laptop - Premium & Colorful Design‎Dell IndiaRead to know how to strengthen your financial immunitySBI Life InsuranceSecure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeHow to make Rs.14500/day with copy paste from home!Career TimesBipasha & Karan Have Sizzling On-Screen ChemistryMensxpGrab 12% discount on HP Laptops, limited offer, hurry upAMAZON
2020-08-20Covid-19 claims man, wife dies in 24 hours - Times of India
Covid-19 claims man, wife dies in 24 hoursCovid-19 claims man, wife dies in 24 hoursPradeep Gupta | TNN | Aug 20, 2020, 12:26 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: Businessman Kamal Bhojwani (50) died of Covid during treatment, and his wife, Ritika (46), died within 24 hours, after she suffered a heart attack. Their son, Deep (23), was to marry in November. Kamal’s nephew Dhiren said he had tested positive a day before. 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 IndiaSushant Singh RajputPranab MukherjeeCoronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccinePriyanka GandhiKamala HarrisNational Recruitment AgencyDelhi rainKCet Result 2020LATEST VIDEOSCitySushant Singh Rajput case: My officers were humiliated in Mumbai, says Bihar DGP SC orders CBI probe into SSR death: Full faith that the family will get justice, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar Covid-19 crisis: 5 million salaried Indians lost their jobs in July Monsoon mayhem in Delhi-NCR: Heavy rain leads to water logging, traffic jams, wall collapse 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 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 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 IndiaSushant Singh RajputPranab MukherjeeCoronavirus India update liveCoronavirus vaccinePriyanka GandhiKamala HarrisNational Recruitment AgencyDelhi rainKCet Result 2020ITR Refund StatusInternational Flight NewsNewsGanesh Chaturthi 2020Harbhajan SinghHoroscope 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 webKK SinghIrrfan KhanKriti SanonSushant CaseAnupam KherRhea ChakrabortyRanvir ShoreyAnkita LokhandeSSR Family LawyerTrending topicsSSR CaseNitish KumarSalman KhanSSR Case Live UpdatesAmitabh BachchanSharad Pawar on SSR CaseRhea ChakrabortyKangana Congratulates AliAthiya ShettyCoronavirus Vaccine IndiaCoronavirus VaccineCoronavirus Vaccine UpdateAmazon App QuizRealme 6i Sale3GB Data PlanElon MuskAmazon SaleCoronavirus in BangaloreFollow 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
2020-08-20COVID-19 latest updates: Nearly 70,000 new cases in 24 hours; recoveries cross 2 million-mark - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Nearly 70,000 new cases in 24 hours; recoveries cross 2 million-markAug 20, 2020, 23.12PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Nearly 70,000 new cases in 24 hours; recoveries cross 2 million-markEven though the number of COVID-19 continues to rise, in some positive development, India's COVID-19 recovery count has crossed the 2-million mark. With over 60,000 cases each day, the number of cases has reached 27.67 lakh. On Thursday, the country reported another high with a single-day spike of nearly 70,000 cases. Maharashtra continues to be the worst-affected state with 1.60 lakh active cases. 13,165 new COVID-19 cases and 346 deaths were reported in the state on Wednesday. Mumbai city reported 1,132 new cases, however, the death toll has dropped below 50 for the sixth day. The city has also begun a second sero survey.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-20 23:12(IST) Ulhasnagar records highest recovery rate in MMR; no respite for Badlapur residentsUlhasnagar reported as many as 34 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 7,501. Also, 28 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,016. Read story here2020-08-20 22:52(IST) COVID-19 August 20 HighlightsMaharashtra recorded the highest single-day spike with 14,492 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 6,43,289. Also, 326 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to the virus in the state to 21,359 and the number of active cases to 1,62,491, as per the latest information shared by the state health department.Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of August 20 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country.2020-08-20 22:07(IST) Bombay HC rejects petition challenging state govt’s condition to travel to Konkan region for Ganesh ChaturthiThe Bombay High Court has rejected a petition challenging the state government’s condition for people traveling to the Konkan region for the State’s biggest festival Ganeshotsav, effectively calling them to be issued in the larger public good. This means people who are yet to leave for their homes in the Konkan region will have to compulsorily get a Covid negative report for them to be allowed to start their journey. Read story here2020-08-20 21:34(IST) #GetWellSoonSPBSIR trends on Twitter; mass prayer for SPB's recovery#GetWellSoonSPBSIR is trending on Twitter as the condition of playback singer SP Balasubrahmanyam, fondly called SPB and Balu by his fans and friends in the industry, continues to be of concern even as prayers poured in wishing speedy recovery for the singer. Read story here2020-08-20 20:42(IST) Amitabh Bachchan gears up to resume Kaun Banega Crorepati shootBack from hospital after Covid recovery, Amitabh Bachchan is ready to start shooting for the upcoming season of the popular quiz show, Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC). The iconic actor took to his blog to reveal that he is preparing to resume shoot for the TV show, saying maximum safety precautions will be taken. Read more2020-08-20 20:07(IST) Figures from Karnataka7,385 new #COVID19 cases, 6,231 recovered cases & 102 deaths reported in Karnataka in the last 24 hours. Total numb… https://t.co/VmMrlbYJkw— ANI (@ANI) 15979334730002020-08-20 19:33(IST) Figures from Kerala1,968 new #COVID19 cases & 9 deaths reported in Kerala today. Total COVID cases in the state rise above 52,000, wit… https://t.co/00ynZo74FL— ANI (@ANI) 15979276170002020-08-20 18:59(IST) Mumbai: 33 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases reduced to 95 in DharaviDadar reported 33 fresh coronavirus cases on Thursday (August 20), while Dharavi reported 17 fresh cases in the last 24 hours. On Thursday, Dadar reported 376 active cases. Another 1,855 patients have been discharged post recovery. The total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Dadar is 2,322. Read more2020-08-20 18:20(IST) Eight states lead India's Covid-19 tally with over 1 lakh cases eachIndia, which has the third-highest number of coronavirus cases in the world, has eight states, which have recorded over one lakh cases each, accounting for 77.87 per cent of its total tally. These states are Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, West Bengal and Bihar. Read more2020-08-20 17:48(IST) Ganesh Chaturthi celebration: Tamil Nadu govt stands its ground despite Sangh Parivar outcryTamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami stood his ground, despite outcry by Sangh Parivar outfits, not to allow Ganesh Chaturthi processions on August 22, this year, in view of Covid-19 ravaging human lives. The state government reiterated on Thursday that people should confine their celebrations within their homes. Read more2020-08-20 17:16(IST) Gujarat crosses 82k mark with 1,145 casesGujarat’s Covid-19 tally rose to 82,087 with the addition of 1,145 new cases on Wednesday. With 17 fatalities, the State’s death toll rose to 2,839. Out of 17 deaths, Surat reported the highest number at seven, followed by Ahmedabad at four, Rajkot three, and Bhavnagar, Patan and Gandhinagar one each. Read more2020-08-20 16:31(IST) Army distributes COVID-19 kitsIn order to facilitate civil population, Indian Army today distributed 350 #COVID19 kits comprising of soaps, face… https://t.co/dpuRPB0GE0— ANI (@ANI) 15979211460002020-08-20 16:07(IST) COVID-19: Five posts to get you through your dayDuring times of crisis, social media has also become a haven of memes and entertaining videos, which spread joy and laughter.Here's a daily round-up of posts curated by us from the internet to add a tinge of joy to your day. Read more2020-08-20 15:32(IST) 26 who helped passengers of crashed plane contract COVID-19As many as 26volunteers who reached the Air-India Express plane crash site in Kozhikode, 48 km from here, and evacuated the injured passengers on August 7, have tested positive for COVID-19."As far as my information from the airport sources goes, as many as 26 local people, involved in the rescue operations, have tested positive for the virus so far and are now under medical care," the Malappuram District Medical Officer Dr K Sakeena said. District Collector K Gopalakrishnan, Superintendent of Police U Abdul Kareem and 21 officials, including police and fire force personnel, also involved in the rescue operations, had also tested positive.2020-08-20 15:31(IST) 190 fresh COVID-19 cases push Tripura's tally to 7,853As many as 190 more people havetested positive for COVID-19 in Tripura, taking the northeastern state's tally to 7,853 on Thursday, a health official said.The fresh infections have pushed the number of active COVID-19 cases in the state to 2,205, while 5,565 people have recovered from the disease so far, and 18 patients have migrated to other states, the official said.Sixty-five COVID-19 patients have succumbed to the infection in the state so far, he said, adding no fresh coronavirus fatality was reported on Wednesday.Tripura has tested 2,30,719 samples for COVID-19 so far, the official added.2020-08-20 14:39(IST) 49 security personnel among 63 fresh COVID-19 cases in MeghalayaSixty-three more people,including 49 security personnel, have tested positive for COVID-19 in Meghalaya, taking the northeastern state's tally to 1,598, a health official said on Thursday.Fifty fresh infections were reported in East Khasi Hills district, seven in West Garo Hills, five in Ri-Bhoi and one in East Garo Hills, Health Services Director Aman War said."Forty-one Armed Forces personnel and eight BSF jawans are among the new patients," he said.Five more people have been cured of the disease, taking the total number of recoveries in the state to 730, he said, adding six patients have died so far.2020-08-20 14:36(IST) Furnish details of Committee members for COVID-19 hospitals' inspection: HC directs Himachal govtThe Himachal Pradesh High Court has directed the state government to furnish the particulars of the members of the Committee, to be constituted for inspection, supervision and guidance of COVID-19 hospitals.A division bench of Chief Justice L Narayana Swamy and Justice Anoop Chitkara directed the Himachal Pradesh government to furnish the particulars of the Committee members, to be constituted by the state in view of the orders passed by the apex court, for inspection, supervision and guidance of government hospital and other hospitals dedicated to COVID-19.The order was passed on a petition, filed by Nareshwar Singh Chandel, which alleged that though the state government is taking preventive measures for containment of COVID-19 pandemic, they are not sufficient considering the wildfire like spread of the pandemic.2020-08-20 14:34(IST) One held for selling used medical gloves in Navi MumbaiThe Navi Mumbai police havearrested a man for allegedly cleaning and selling used medical gloves collected from hospitals amid the COVID-19 pandemic, an official said on Thursday.Acting on a tip-off, the police on Monday evening conducted a raid in Pawne MIDC, where they found that used gloves collected from hospitals were being washed, dried and packaged to be sold in the market, the official said.Liquid soaps and washing machines were used to clean used gloves, he said, adding that 4 lakh pairs of such disposable gloves worth Rs 6.10 lakh were seized from the premises.02:29 PM (IST) Coronavirus is the demon this GaneshotsavIt's no surprise that Covid19, that's kept most of us indoors for over 5 months and plunged the world into a massive crisis, will also be reflected in the themes at this year's Ganesh festival, even though its expected to be a very muted affair. 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2020-08-20Mumbai records 1132 new coronavirus cases with 46 deaths in one day - Mumbai Live
Mumbai records 1132 new coronavirus cases with 46 deaths in one dayMumbai records 1132 new coronavirus cases with 46 deaths in one day864 patients from Mumbai have been treated successfully for COVID-19 infection, taking the count of the recovered cases to 1,06,057.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESCoronavirus cases in Maharashtra have been increasing rapidly, and on August 19, 2020, a total of 346 people passed away due to the viral infection. These figures have increased the worries for several administrative departments in the government.However, COVID-19 cases in Mumbai have gradually reduced, and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has gained some control over the spread of the virus. As of Wednesday, a total of 1132 new patients were found in Mumbai, with 46 deaths reported in one day. Currently, Mumbai has the second-highest coronavirus cases in the state. With this, the tally for the city has now reached 1,31,542 cases. Further, 864 patients have recovered from coronavirus taking the count to 1,06,057 recovered patients. These numbers have brought a sigh of relief.Data for the state of Maharashtra shows that a total of 9,011 patients recovered from the infection on Wednesday, taking the recovery rate to 71.09 per cent, with 4,46,881 patients treated successfully. However, on the other hand, the state also witnessed the highest single-day jump with 13,165 new patients being diagnosed with the infection. Out of the total number of cases in Maharashtra, 1,60,413 patients are actively being treated. The information was shared by the State Health Minister, Rajesh Tope. Meanwhile, officials have tested 33,37,848 samples so far, out of which 6,28,642 samples have tested positive, which means that the state has 18.83 per cent positive cases. A total of 11,62,450 people are under home quarantine in the state, and 37,094 people are under the institutional quarantine. 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2020-08-20Ganpati to reveal its ‘Corona Ka Vadh’ avatar in COVID-19 times - Times of India
Ganpati to reveal its ‘Corona Ka Vadh’ avatar in COVID-19 timesTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona CasesMSRTC Bus NewsMumbai RainsMumbai Corona UpdateGanpati to reveal its ‘Corona Ka Vadh’ avatar in COVID-19 timesIsmat Tahseen | TNN | Aug 21, 2020, 01:00 ISTGanpati vanquishing coronavirus is the main theme this festival seasonAt a time when the focal point of discussions all around the world is COVID-19 and the number of lives it has claimed, India is set to welcome Ganpati with Ganesh Chaturthi, which will take off this weekend. This year, the much-loved deity will be seen in a new avatar — that of the vanquisher of coronavirus as a symbol of triumph of good over evil. Yes, it is the ‘Corona Ka Vadh’ karnewala Ganpati that dominates the theme this year. ‘We chose the corona theme because Bappa ke upar bohot vishwaas hai’Rajesh Jadhao giving finishing touches to the Ganpati idolAt Vithal Chavan Pratishthan, Parel, where these Ganesha idols are being made, the day goes by in a blur for the busy karigars in masks, who are stationed here. Idol maker Rajesh Jadhao, who’s been making the idol for the last 25 years, comes from a family of devout followers. He says, “It is the first time we are making the Ganpati idol with the theme called ‘Corona Na Naash’, or as we say in Marathi, ‘Corona Ka Vadh’. We chose this theme because Bappa ke upar bohot vishwaas hai. This design is our way of showing shraddha to him.” The idols are made keeping the government directive in mind, especially for sarvajanik mandals where the height of the moortis have been capped at 4-feet. “We have made idols at 3.45-feet. Fifty per cent of our idols are eco-friendly, so they can be easily immersed. But those using artificial ponds must add baking soda to the water first to be able to complete the immersion process smoothly,” adds the Ulhasnagar-based maker, who is from Buldhana district. ‘Customers are asking for idols at low prices, which does not cover our expenses’The 'Corona Na Naash Ganesha' takes an effort to be made Ever since the idol makers introduced the Corona Na Naash Ganesha, the demand for the themed idol has shot up. However, they add that the costs are outweighing the price, which is approximately 15k. “We made the theme and model ourselves. As soon as people saw it, they asked me to make more idols. I have about 6-7 pieces now. I may not be able to make more as it’s costly and customers say they can’t pay for it. Businesses have been affected due to the coronavirus, so customers are asking for idols at low prices, which does not cover up expenses incurred in making them. Mera labour aur material kharcha nahi nikal raha hai. I need certain materials to make the idol, like I have to make the lakdi ka paata. This idol is in a standing pose, so I need iron fabrication and welding for support.” Jadhao has involved five of his brothers in making the idols as there is a labour shortage during the pandemic. “So many people have closed their businesses out of coronavirus fears, lekin, maine socha main har saal Bappa ki dua se paise kamata hoon, toh aise sankat mein agar mujhe unke seva ka mauka mila hai, toh main Bappa ko banane ke liye Mumbai mein khada hoon,” he says. His wife has come along to help by cooking for them all. Adds his brother Lakshmi Das, “We have already given one moorti to the Chembur Ka Raja mandal. People want smaller ones for their homes, but we only make the sarvajanik ones. 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2020-08-19Ulhasnagar NGO promotes red-mud Ganesh idols made by tribal artists - Hindustan Times
2020-08-19COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur numbers continue to shoot; Ulhasnagar fatalities near 200-mark - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur numbers continue to shoot; Ulhasnagar fatalities near 200-markYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur numbers continue to shoot; Ulhasnagar fatalities near 200-markWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 19, 2020, 20:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 34 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,467. Also, with 32 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 6,988 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 283 while 196 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 34 new cases, the maximum of 11 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 10 in Ulhasnagar-5, five each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-3 and three in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 26 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 4,546. At present, 311 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 175 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,060 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Wednesday, 63 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,603 with 62 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Sai Paradise, Belauli and Manjarli, while the remaining were from Shirgaon, New DP Road, Praveen Mahal, Krishna Estate, Kharvai, Vandana Kutir, Sanewadi, Ambedkar Chowk, Katrap, Gandhi Chowk, Shanti Nagar, Eranjad, Ganesh Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Datta Chowk, Gopal Heights, Dattawadi, Poddar City, Barrage Road, Bhimnagar, Gaondevi, Anant Nagar, Shivaji Chowk and Anand Nagar. So far, 3,242 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 299 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.72 per cent and the recovery rate at 89.98 per cent. RELATED NEWSLockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernat...Aug 24, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020 GET ALIENWARE HEADSETDell IndiaAward Winning 2 & 3 BHK From ₹55 L* at Mysore Rd, BangaloreBrigade GroupMUBI: Hundreds of incredible films you don’t want to missMUBIBranded homes for A BRANDED YOU - 17000+ Proud OwnersDS Max PropertiesMercedes-Benz V-Class @ an attractive EMI of INR 75,000/-*Sundaram MotorsInvest in farmland - Only 90mins from B'lore Intl. AirportHosachiguru Lexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.Most advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProBook 2/3BHK Homes & Win 25GMS* Gold, On Mysore Rd, B'lore.Pride GroupSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionBrowse countless sessions & your favorite VMware speakers!VMworld 2020Bringing Mindseed Preschool to your home | Book a free trialMindseed Preschool
2020-08-18COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 11,119 new cases, 422 deaths - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 11,119 new cases, 422 deathsAug 18, 2020, 23.02PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 11,119 new cases, 422 deathsWith the addition of 8,493 new COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra has crossed the six lakh mark. 228 more patients also succumbed to the virus, taking the total tally to 20,265. However, on a positive note, 11,391 patients were discharged from hospitals. Active cases stand at 1.55 lakh while 4.28 lakhs have beaten the virus. Mumbai shows some improvement with cases dropping below 800. The death toll in the city stands at 7,173 with 40 more losing their lives. In Pune, a sero survey conducted from July 20 to August 5 found that 51.5 per cent of the people had developed antibodies. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said the process of lifting the lockdown in the state would be done in a stepwise manner. The number of cases in the country continues to remain high with over 50,000 cases each day.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-18 23:02(IST) A 103-year-old resident of Aluva was discharged todayKerala: Pareed, a 103-year-old resident of Aluva was discharged today from Kalamassery Medical College in Ernakulam… https://t.co/8qYHiEOuaj— ANI (@ANI) 15977710000002020-08-18 22:12(IST) COVID-19 August 18 HighlightsMaharashtra recorded 11,119 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 6,15,477. Also, 422 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 20,687 and the number of active cases to 1,56,608, as per the latest information shared by the state health department.Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of August 18 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country.2020-08-18 21:27(IST) Mumbai reports 931 new COVID-19 cases; total tally climbs to 1,30,410A total of 931 new COVID-19 cases and 49 deaths were reported today in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). With this, the MMR has recorded 1,30,410 cases and 7,219 deaths so far. The recovery rate of Mumbai district is 80 per cent.2020-08-18 20:57(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Active cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur drop below 300Ulhasnagar reported 24 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, taking the total number of positive cases in the region to 7,433. Also, with 35 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 6,956 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Read more2020-08-18 20:45(IST) Figures from Maharashtra11,119 new COVID-19 cases and 422 deaths reported in Maharashtra today; 9,356 patients discharged today. The total cases in the state rise to 6,15,477 including 20,687 deaths and 4,37,870 recovered patients. Active cases stand at 1,56,608: Public Health Department, Maharashtra2020-08-18 20:20(IST) New visa guidelines from MHAForeign nationals holding Journalist (J-1) visa & their dependents holding J-1X visa permitted to enter India. If t… https://t.co/fGzyZO9x8B— ANI (@ANI) 15977569270002020-08-18 19:38(IST) Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray urges people to avoid overcrowding during Ganeshotsav, follow guidelinesMaharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday appealed people to avoid overcrowding while celebrating Ganeshotsav in view of the coronavirus pandemic. He also urged people to follow the rules and guidelines laid down by the government about the height of idols and their immersion. Read more2020-08-18 19:09(IST) Five million salaried people lost jobs in July; their ballooning numbers a source of worry: CMIECMIE data shows 17.7 million salaried jobs were lost in April 2020 and another 0.1 million jobs were lost in May. Though 3.9 million jobs were gained in June, additional five million jobs were lost in July. “On a net basis, the plight of salaried employees has worsened since the lockdown began as by July, their losses had swelled to 18.9 million,” CMIE said. Read more2020-08-18 18:36(IST) Mumbai: Dharavi's Covid-19 case tally rises to 2,676; active cases in Dadar pitched at 450Only four more persons tested positive for coronavirus in the slum-clusters of Dharavi in the city, taking the figure to 2,676 on Tuesday. A senior Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official said that there are only 84 active cases in Dharavi while a total of 2,333 patients were discharged after recovery. Read more2020-08-18 17:59(IST) COVID-19: Five adorable posts to make your daySocial media has played a key role in helping people remain connected and even share a couple of laughs. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more2020-08-18 17:00(IST) New dimension of disease coming forwardAs we understand it, we'll use treatment modalities available with us. It's an ongoing learning and the medical fra… https://t.co/CK8i7ORSGy— ANI (@ANI) 15977489070002020-08-18 16:31(IST) India negotiating with 13 countries to establish bilateral air bubble arrangements: Hardeep Singh PuriWe continue to further strengthen the reach & scope of VBM. Air Travel arrangements are already in place with USA,… https://t.co/dxtuM59uAr— Hardeep Singh Puri (@HardeepSPuri) 159774492600004:24 PM (IST) As far as vaccines are concerned, PM Narendra Modi had assured the country on Independence Day. He had said that three vaccines are being developed in India and are in different stages. One of them will enter phase 3 trial today or tomorrow. The other two are in phase 1 and 2 trials.VK Paul, NITI Aayog2020-08-18 16:23(IST) Recovered patients more than 19.70 lakhs in India which is 2.93 times the active cases. Case fatality rate is below 2%: Health Ministry2020-08-18 16:23(IST) India recorded the highest ever number of tests in the last 24 hours - a little more than 8,99,000: Rajesh Bhushan, Secretary, Union Health Ministry2020-08-18 16:22(IST) Ganeshotsav 2020 in Mumbai: Devotees cannot immerse idols on their own, BMC to set up idol collection pointsIn view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has issued a circular and said that devotees can't immerse the idols on their own. With just a few days left for Ganesh Chaturthi, the civic body has issued instructions indicating that the city has 70 natural ponds and 167 artificial ponds have been created. "The natural and artificial ponds should be used by the devotees residing in a radius of 1 to 2 km. Even at such immersion places, devotees cannot immerse the idols on their own. The arrangement has been made for the collection of idols and it will be immersed by the civic body." Read the full story here2020-08-18 16:08(IST) Dharavi pattern goes global; Philippines government to follow 'chase the virus' to fight COVID-19Days after the World Health Organisation (WHO) acknowledged the city’s efforts to contain the outbreak of Covid-19 in Dharavi, the Philippines government has now decided to follow a similar pattern to stop the virus from spreading. Dharavi, which was one of the major COVID-19 hotspots till June, saw a sharp decline in July. In fact, on one day, it had recorded only one case, while on Monday it added just four new COVID-19 cases. The BrihanMumbai Municipal corporation (BMC) has shared the Dharavi blueprint with the Philippines. Read the full story here2020-08-18 16:01(IST) Maharashtra Police reports 112 new COVID-19 casesMaharashtra Police in the last 24 hours reported 112 new COVID-19 cases taking the total coronavirus cases in the police department to 12,495. As per the update provided by the Maharashtra Police, there are 10,111 recovered police personnel and 2,256 active cases. The police further informed that two more deaths due to COVID-19 were reported in the police department in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll to 128. Read the full story here03:44 PM (IST) Chief Electoral Officers of the election going states shall prepare a comprehensive plan for State/district concerned for COVID-19 related measures, taking into account the local conditions, during the conduct of electionsElection Commission of India2020-08-18 15:29(IST) V Srinivas Prasad tests positive for Covid-19Former Union Minister and Chamarajangar BJP Lok Sabha member V Srinivas Prasad test positive for Covid-19. 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2020-08-18COVID-19 Tracker: Active cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur drop below 300 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Active cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur drop below 300You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Active cases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur drop below 300Written bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 18, 2020, 20:30 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar reported 24 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, taking the total number of positive cases in the region to 7,433. Also, with 35 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 6,956 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stand at 287 while 190 patients have died so far from coronavirus. Out of the 24 new cases, 14 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by four in Ulhasnagar-5, three in Ulhasnagar-3, two in Ulhasnagar-2 and only one in Ulhasnagar-1. The UMC on Tuesday also decided to scrap the odd-even rule for shop owners and allowed all stores to open in the city, except those which are in hotspots. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Dharavi's Covid-19 case tally rises to 2,676; active cases in Dadar pitched at 450Only four more persons tested positive for coronavirus in the slum-clusters of Dharavi in the city, taking the figure to 2,676 on Tuesday. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 18 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 4,520. At present, 285 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 175 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,060 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 56 persons tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, taking the tally to 3,540 with 62 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Shivajipada, Shri Datta Vihar Sankul, Harawate Chawl, Mohan Greenwoods, Krishna Heights and Mohan Palm, while the remaining were from Katrap, Dattawadi, Salasar Bhavan, Hendrepada, Moreshwar Apartments, Sanewadi, Barrage Road, Manjarli, Anant Nagar, Shaninagar, Samarth Nagar and Shashwat Park. So far, 3,183 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 295 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.74 per cent and the recovery rate at 89.94 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 POWER YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell IndiaLove deals? Buy term plan online & save upto 8%# on premiumMax Life InsuranceSecure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeEnjoy the splendour of lifestyle living @ Nikhar AventinoNikhar HomesEnjoy Flat Rs.450 off on your eyewear @coolwinksTIMESPOINTSHassle-free online claiming processBajaj Allianz Galaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungSpread Across 76 Acres. Villas & Cottages from 2.10Cr*.House Of HiranandaniFlat 50% off on Mochi Shoes! Shop with Free Home VisitMOCHIInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzNew Launch 2&3BHK apts starting @66L*Vajram NewtownVajram NewtownHow to make Rs.14500/day with copy paste from home!Career Times
2020-08-18Ulhasnagar shops open, except in hotspots - Times of India
Ulhasnagar shops open, except in hotspotsUlhasnagar shops open, except in hotspotsPradeep Gupta | TNN | Aug 18, 2020, 09:57 ISTRepresentative imageThe Ulhasnagar civic body has decided to scrap the odd-even formula for shopowners as part of lockdown, except in hotspots. This came as Covid-19 cases are in control and following demands from traders, who welcomed the move. 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 IndiaBihar floodsD614G mutationCoronavirus India update liveMalaysia CoronavirusPranab MukherjeeShaheen BaghFinal Year ExamsSchools ReopenBHU Admit CardLATEST VIDEOSCitySelf-styled godman Nithyananda sets up a bank called Reserve Bank of Kailasa Gujarat: Cop who never misses covering dead with shrouds spending money from his own pocket J&K: Top LeT commander Sajjad alias Haider killed in Baramulla encounter Delhi riots case: Enforcement Directorate grills suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain 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 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 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 IndiaBihar floodsD614G mutationCoronavirus India update liveMalaysia CoronavirusPranab MukherjeeShaheen BaghFinal Year ExamsSchools ReopenBHU Admit CardITR Refund StatusKerala HSCAP AllotmentNewsWeekly HoroscopeCoronavirus 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 webSSR-Disha ChatMadhur on NishikantSubramanian SwamyKangana RanautSushant SisterMadhur on SSR DeathSSR Father LawyerTN Travel GuidelinesTravel to CanadaTrending topicsSSR-Kushal ChatKajol to ShahidAamir KhanSSR Case Live UpdatesKushal ZaveriKareena-SaifNishikant KamatNishikant Passes AwayRiteish DeshmukhCoronavirus Vaccine UpdateMalaysia Coronavirus StrainCoronavirus VaccineAmazon App QuizRealme C12 Launch TodayZoomAirtel Roll Out Rs.199 PlanAmazon SaleCoronavirus in BangaloreFollow 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
2020-08-18Starting today, Shops in Ulhasnagar allowed to open on all days - Mumbai Live
Starting today, Shops in Ulhasnagar allowed to open on all daysStarting today, Shops in Ulhasnagar allowed to open on all daysBy Mumbai Live TeamCivic UlhasnagarSHARESAfter Mira-Bhayandar now shops will be allowed to operate on all days in Ulhasnagar as well. Earlier, the shops were allowed to function 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. However, now the civic-authorities in the area have given a go-ahead to shopkeepers to operate on all days. The special order regarding this was passed on August 17 and under the same from today, August 18 shops in Ulhasnagar can operate from morning 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.The entire country has been forced into lockdown from the month of March to contain the spread of coronavirus. However, from the month of June, there are certain relaxations being offered so that the economic activities can restart while the country continues to battle with this novel virus. While these new relaxations have come as a huge relief for the traders in the area, there are also certain guidelines that are to be followed. The shops still can't operate in the containment zones. Also in all other areas, it is essential to wear a mask and follow all social distancing norms. Not following the same can attract punitive measures. Also, the traders can open their shops only in the time that is allowed, if they keep shops open beyond these times, they can be punished or fined regarding the same. The shopping malls, markets, swimming pools and gyms will remain close till further orders, the civic body said.On Monday, Ulhasnagar had reported 38 new coronavirus cases. With this, the total case count of the area has climbed to 7,409 of which total active cases are 303. The death toll from COVID-19 in this area stands at 185, while 6,921 patients have managed to make a full recovery from the disease. Earlier in the month, Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) also decided to allow shops to operate from August 15 for seven days a week. Earlier, the shops were allowed to function 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.  मराठी मध्ये वाचाहिंदी में पढ़ेंRELATED TOPICSnovel coronaviruscoronavirusMaharashtraCOVID-19Ullasnagarulhasnagar  Loading next story...Latest NewsCentral Railway Will Deploy Drones for Surveillance Across Stations and YardsNew season of Sony SAB's Baalveer Returns to explore underwater worldNew Art Installation Inaugurated at BKC by Aaditya Thackeray and Eknath ShindeGanpati 2020: MNS workers to deliver Ganpati idols at doorstepRaut's remarks have hurt medical fraternity: BJP leader Devendra FadnavisChingari And Times Music Partner for Ganesh Chaturthi 2020AdvertisementCivicCentral Railway Will Deploy Drones for Surveillance Across Stations and YardsMumbai: Less than 1,000 active cases reported in 23 wards of the BMCBEST sacks 159 employees; ridership touches 14 lakhsCOVID-19 growth rate drops in the city; 19 wards have less than one per centWork on the Kharkopar-Uran suburban route on the Harbor Railway gets delayedMumbai Rains: The incessant rain can last for another 24 hours 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)
2020-08-17Bhiwandi, the latest job hub - Mumbai Mirror
Bhiwandi, the latest job hubYou are in an offline modeBhiwandi, the latest job hubByVinay Dalvi,Labonita GhoshVinay Dalvi and Labonita Ghosh / Updated: Aug 17, 2020, 08:29 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeBhiwandi, the latest job hubWith hundreds of godowns for e-tailers, the area is providing jobs to many in the suburbs who have lost their jobs or cannot travel to the city due to stalled train services Bhiwandi has become the unlikely employment destination for thousands in the north eastern suburbs of Mumbai. With hundreds of godowns of online retailers, which have seen a boom during the lockdown, those who live in Bhiwandi and surrounding areas like Kalyan, Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Titwala, Badlapur, Ambivali and Shahad have been seeking jobs in those firms, as local trains are still not plying, which would otherwise bring them to Mumbai for work. A consultant who hires manpower for Flipkart and Reliance Retail, which has brands like Reliance Fresh, Reliance Smart, JioMart, Reliance Digital and Trends Footwear, said that he had hired around 2,500 people from several suburbs near Bhiwandi in the past few months. “Several of our staff had left initially due to the pandemic and several people could not continue to travel to Mumbai from suburbs due to unavailability of trains. We realised there were a lot of people searching for jobs,” said Khaleel Yakub Shaikh. He added that school buses, which were lying idle during the lockdown, are being used to transport employees to the godowns in the area. Amazon itself has seven warehouses comprising 1.5 million cubic feet of storage space in Bhiwandi. The storage space is the third largest in India, after Hyderabad and Bangalore. “The rates of land in Padgha, Bhiwandi have gone up due to the warehouses,” said Rajendra Bhoir who owns several godowns in Bhiwandi. An Amazon spokesperson said, “We continue to open seasonal roles to meet the surge in demand from people relying on our services. In May 2020, Amazon India opened close to 50,000 seasonal roles in fulfilment centres and delivery network across the country. With hundreds of godowns of e-tailers, those who live in Bhiwandi and suburbs like Kalyan, Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Titwala and Badlapur have been seeking jobs in these firms Mumbai is one of the many cities where we opened these roles and continue to create job opportunities.” In Mumbai, Amazon’s fulfilment centre is its warehouse in Bhiwandi, where it has seen a spike in the hiring of ‘seasonal associates’ in various roles since May. Smaller players have also started taking warehouses in Bhiwandi to store their material as storage in the city is costlier. “Pharma companies, retailers, e-commerce players, electronic stores, plastic product sellers -everyone has rented godowns in Bhiwandi. So, the rents have also gone up. While in 2001, one could get one acre of land in Padgha for Rs 5 lakh, the rate is Rs 5 crore now,” said Bhoir. He added, “If a farmer builds a warehouse on the land and rents it out, he can easily get Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh per month as rent. Big companies need bigger godowns, which they usually rent from builders who build and rent such premises.” MLA Rais Shaikh of Samajwadi Party, who represents Bhiwandi, said he has appealed to the government to restart trains for the general public. “People are unable to go to Mumbai for work and they are losing jobs. I have appealed to start trains for all as salaries are less in Bhiwandi.” Voices RELATED NEWSHeavy rain wreaks havoc in Jaipur; train services, road traffic hitAug 14, 2020CR’s Thane-Vashi special train services from todayJul 13, 2020Regular train services suspended till August 12Jun 25, 2020 THE FREEDOM OF TECHNOLOGYDell IndiaMetro shoes gives 50% off and let's you get the shop home!METROTerm plan that returns your premium at the end of policy*^Max Life InsuranceBook your home @Vajram Newton & enjoy NO EMI for 1 year!Vajram NewtownGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALORE Online Learning Program for Child with Learning DisabilitiesMom’s BeliefInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzMillionaire exposed: Her 3 year self-made crorepati secret!Style & Life18-year-old becomes the richest boy by making money online.DaypostsL&T Track-record In Sync with Aatmanirbhar BharatL&TGet Beauty & Baby care essentials @Rs.420 off on MamaearthTIMESPOINTS
2020-08-17COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports more cases than Ulhasnagar, Ambernath on Monday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports more cases than Ulhasnagar, Ambernath on MondayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports more cases than Ulhasnagar, Ambernath on MondayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 17, 2020, 20:34 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar reported 38 new cases of coronavirus on Monday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,409. Also, with 26 recoveries on Monday, as many as 6,921 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 303 while 185 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 38 new cases, a maximum of 16 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 11 in Ulhasnagar-3, five in Ulhasnagar-5, and three each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 21 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 4,502. At present, 279 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 174 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 4,079 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 55 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 3,488 with 62 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Mauli Nagar, Barrage Road, Jadhav Colony and Gaondevi, while the remaining were from Hendrepada, Shiv Park, MIDC Road, Shivaji Chowk, Katrap, Belauli, Sanewadi, Dattawadi, Shirgaon, Yadav Nagar, Yukti Residency, Samarth Nagar, Mohan Highlands, Mohan Plaza, Deepali Park, Sambhaji Nagar, Subhash Nagar and Manjarli. So far, 3,131 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 291 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 Term Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life InsuranceSecure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeMetro shoes gives 50% off and let's you get the shop home!METROHow to make Rs.14500/day with copy paste from home!Career TimesBook your home @Vajram Newton & enjoy NO EMI for 1 year!Vajram NewtownDon't miss out! Invest in Amazon from 200$! You could earn up to 2000$!Make Money POWER UP YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell IndiaScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALOREIndustry based academia. Peer learning and interactionsIMT- GhaziabadInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzMaking Rs.10500/day is very easy with copy paste from home!Career TimesSamsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. A powerphone for new norm.Samsung
2020-08-17From today, shops at Ulhasnagar can remain open on all days - Hindustan Times
2020-08-17Covid-19: Pune now has more active cases than Mumbai - Pune Mirror
Covid-19: Pune now has more active cases than MumbaiCovid-19: Pune now has more active cases than MumbaiMirror Online / Updated: Aug 17, 2020, 14:49 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: BCCLFresh COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Maharashtra. The state on Sunday reported 11,111 new cases. This takes the total tally to 5,95,865. Currently, there are 1,58,395 active cases in the state. According to a report published by the Medical Education and Drugs Department (Maharashtra), the state also saw 288 new deaths. With this, the death toll has climbed to 20,037. The mortality rate now stands at 3.36 per cent. For the first time in days, Mumbai saw a slight dip in new cases. The city reported 1,010 fresh cases. It currently has 17,825 active cases. The Pune Municipal Corporation and Pune reported 1,539 and 644 new cases respectively. Each district in Maharashtra has registered at least three cases. The number of active cases present in Pune (41,020) has now surpassed that of Mumbai's (17,825). The areas that come under Thane Municipal Corporation, Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, Bhivandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation, and Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Corporation have 20,288 active cases combined. According to statistics, 70 per cent of deaths are co-morbid in nature. Maharashtra has collected 32,08,735 samples till date, out of which 81 per cent of them have tested negative. Of the patients currently admitted, 96 per centare asymptomatic in nature. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19: Maharashtra reports 12,614 fresh casesAug 16, 2020COVID-19: Maharashtra reports 12,248 fresh casesAug 10, 2020Maha Vikas Aghadi govt not providing financial aid to Pune Municipal ...Jul 20, 2020 POWER UP YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell IndiaTerm Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life InsuranceSecure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeHow to make Rs.14500/day with copy paste from home!Career TimesLaptop Equipped With All-Day Battery Life.Dell India18-year-old becomes the richest boy by making money online.Dayposts The Great VoidPune MirrorUnpaid profs at Sinhgad find it hard to take online classesPune Mirror'Make in India', 'Make for World': PM Modi addresses nationPune Mirror Industry based academia. Peer learning and interactionsIMT- GhaziabadScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALOREMetro shoes gives 50% off and let's you get the shop home!METROBook your home @Vajram Newton & enjoy NO EMI for 1 year!Vajram NewtownSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionNew Launch 2&3BHK apts starting @66L*Vajram NewtownVajram Newtown PMC dumps garbage in school compoundPune MirrorAundh Civil Hospital, PCMC err on biomedical waste disposalPune MirrorFilmmaker Nishikant Kamat passes awayPune Mirror
2020-08-17Female professors anxious over lack of space, fear being recorded - Mumbai Mirror
Female professors anxious over lack of space, fear being recordedYou are in an offline modeFemale professors anxious over lack of space, fear being recordedByRahi GaikwadRahi Gaikwad / Updated: Aug 17, 2020, 08:32 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePICTURE FOR REPRESENTATIONAL PURPOSE: The Bombay University and College Teachers’ Union recently met VC Suhas Pednekar with their problemsMumbai University’s online classesMU started online classes on Aug 7; students from villages in the interiors also finding classes an uphill task due to poor network and bandwidth Female professors from city colleges conducting online classes for degree students are facing a unique set of troubles in the virtual post-lockdown mode. A lack of space at home, household chores and poor class control are just a few of them. And then there’s the nagging fear of being recorded while in class. This recently prompted the Bombay University and College Teachers’ Union (BUCTU) to write to Mumbai University Vice Chancellor Suhas Pednekar with a host of online teaching and management problems faced by professors. BUCTU president Dr GB Raje said the Union met Pednekar with their memorandum, but the meeting turned out to be futile. Mumbai University started online classes for degree college students from August 7. While some colleges have stuck to the date, some others are set to start from Monday. Dr Nisha Muni, botany professor at Ghatkopar’s R Jhunjhunwala College, feels the household dynamic has changed completely. “The husband, children and in-laws are at home. Even if they are sharing the work, a major part of the responsibility is ours,” she remarked, adding that many teachers don’t have the required equipment for online teaching and are not trained to manage the workload through this medium. Professor from Ulhasnagar’s RKT College, Dr Madhavi Nikam spoke of the anxiety of being on camera for hours, delivering lectures without the supervisory control she normally exercises in a physical classroom. “I am certainly conscious as a woman. While these online meeting platforms are not foolproof, outside users can log in and create trouble. Outsiders might also take screenshots and put it up on social media. All these aspects make us vulnerable,” Dr Nikam pointed out. Dr Usha R Vijayalakshmi from Goregaon’s Patkar College said the lack of “class control” has been a challenge while ensuring learning outcomes. “I keep asking questions and only one-fourth of the class answers. I don’t know if the remaining two-third is participating,” she said. The apparent glitches in the attendance tracking system also create confusion. Mumbai University mandates 75 per cent attendance for students. “The attendance tracker shows students leaving the class and joining back, but when asked they say they have been in the classroom the whole time,” Dr Vijayalakshmi pointed out. Dr Raje pointed out that the challenges of women teachers are peculiar. He said they have complained that they don’t find the mental space and peace to conduct a lecture, which they would in a lecture room or office. “The varsity’s jurisdiction covers colleges not just in Mumbai, but also extends to colleges in Raigad, Sindhudurg, Konkan and Ratnagiri, where poor network and bandwidth make online classes an uphill task,” Raje said. Teachers said students, especially in the Konkan region, are worst equipped. A masters’ student from Khed taluka, who participated in online lectures for the last semester in May and is set to start the new semester, said she has to make a trip of 20 minutes from her village located in the interiors of Khed to the main road to get the network. “I have had to stand on the road and attend online classes,” she said. Another third-year student from Chiplun said while he got the network, he faced a problem of poor internet speed. “There is an open ground some distance away where we go to download education material,” he said. The online classes last about three hours and need a data pack of 1 GB, which is an expensive purchase for some students, teachers pointed out. Dell XPS 13, Ultimate Experience & Exceptional Build QualityDell IndiaNikhar Aventino: Where Life Finds a New PerspectiveNikhar HomesSecure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeHomes That Earn. Villas & Cottages from 2.10Cr* Visit Site.House Of HiranandaniTerm Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life InsuranceHow to make Rs.14500/day with copy paste from home!Career Times Book your home @Vajram Newton & enjoy NO EMI for 1 year!Vajram NewtownFlat 50% off on Mochi Shoes! Shop with Free Home VisitMOCHIInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALOREGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungSit at home and Make Rs.12500/day by working online!Career Times
2020-08-17Maharashtra: Shops on both sides of road in Ulhasnagar allowed to open from August 18 - Times of India
Maharashtra: Shops on both sides of road in Ulhasnagar allowed to open from August 18Maharashtra: Shops on both sides of road in Ulhasnagar allowed to open from August 18Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 17, 2020, 19:55 ISTULHASNAGAR: Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) on Monday decided to scrap the "odd-even (P1 and P2) formula" implemented for shop owners in the city as part of the lockdown restriction except in hotspot zones. The move came after Covid-19 cases have came in to control in city and also looking at rising demands of traders. The traders welcomed the move saying that business will be back to normal from Tuesday after UMC scrapped p1 and p2 formula. In his order, UMC Commissioner Dr Raja Dayanidhi said, "The regulation of p1 and p2 will be cancelled and now from Tuesday (18 August) all shops can be opened both sides between 9am and 7pm". The Ulhasnagar Trade Association and several other traders associations in the city have been demanding for cancellation of the P1 and P2 formula. Rajesh Vadhrya, standing committee chairman of Ulhasnagar Municipal corporation said, "The move will help traders to back to their normal life but while remaining shops open all should follow social distancing norms to avoid further spread of Covid cases". The Covid cases in the city are now under control and recovery rate is also above 93 % till Monday. On Monday city reported 38 fresh Covid-19 cases taking total numbers of patients 7,409 out of which so far 6,921 patients have cured while only 303 active patients are taking treatment. 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2020-08-16With 200 active cases, most beds in Bhiwandi now to be used for non-Covid patients - Hindustan Times
2020-08-16Pune hits 1.3 lakh, overtakes Mumbai in overall caseload - Times of India
Pune hits 1.3 lakh, overtakes Mumbai in overall caseloadTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMaharashtra Corona UpdateUddhav ThackerayCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai NewsPune hits 1.3 lakh, overtakes Mumbai in overall caseloadSumitra Debroy & Sujit Mahamulkar | TNN | Updated: Aug 17, 2020, 06:16 ISTA Covid-19 screening drive among Dharavi residents MUMBAI: Maharashtra has crossed 20,000 Covid deaths with one-fourth of the casualties being reported in the 16 days of August. With an addition of 288 on Sunday, the state's toll touched 20,037. Of these, 5,043 were reported in August, and Mumbai's share for the month was down to 15%. Mumbai's total is at 7,133 including the 47 reported on Sunday. When the state marked its first 10,000 deaths on July 11, Mumbai accounted for 52% of the deaths. But in a shift in mortality trends, Mumbai's share has dipped to 19%in the next 10,000 and mortalities have risen in Thane, Pune, Solapur, Nashik and Jalgaon. State-wide, while the first 10,000 deaths came in 108 days, the last 10,000 were added in 37 days. The case fatality rate hovers around 3.36% with no decline seen in months. Of 288 deaths reported on Sunday- a dip from the 300-plus deaths over the past four days- 233 were from the last 48 hours and 31 from last week. The remaining 24 were from weeks prior, which were added as part of reconciliation. In terms of cases, the daily addition dropped after touching over 12,000 for the last two days in a row. On Sunday, 11,111 new cases were registered, taking total caseload close to the 6-lakh mark - 5,95,865. Pune district's total count of 1,30,606 crossed Mumbai's overall figure of 1,28,726. Pune has 41,080 active cases, more than double, compared to Mumbai and suburban districts combined (17,581). Thane district too has more active cases (20,288) than Mumbai. Cases are also growing in smaller cities: Nashik (9,373 active), Kolhapur (7,109), Nagpur (7,539), Palghar (6,519), Aurangabad (5,822). Public health minister Rajesh Tope had last week expressed concern over the virus spreading in rural and semi-urban areas. In the MMR, Kalyan-Dombivli on Sunday reported 320 Covid-19 patients and 8 deaths, taking the total to 24,420, including 497 deaths. Ulhasnagar reported the highest recovery rate - 93.54%; now it has only 296 active patients. There were 351 positive cases from NMMC too, taking total Covid-19 count to 20,900, and three deaths which took the toll to 506. Meanwhile, ex-MP and former CM Narayan Rane's son Nilesh has tested positive for Covid-19. He tweeted about his condition. 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2020-08-16Ulhasnagar reports 31 cases; COVID-19 tally reaches 7,329 - Mumbai Live
Ulhasnagar reports 31 cases; COVID-19 tally reaches 7,329Ulhasnagar reports 31 cases; COVID-19 tally reaches 7,329On Saturday, Ulhasnagar reported 31 fresh cases of the coronavirus while the total number of positive cases in the area surged to 7,329.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESOn Saturday, August 15, Ulhasnagar reported 31 fresh cases of the coronavirus while the total number of positive cases in the area surged to 7,329.According to the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, with 19 recoveries on Saturday as many as 6,859 patients have been fully cured and discharged. The total number of active cases now stands at 294 while 176 people have succumbed to the disease.On the other hand, Ambernath clocked 36 fresh cases of the coronavirus on Saturday taking the total number to 4,461. Currently, 342 patients are undergoing treatment in the city while 172 people have succumbed to the disease.Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 41 people tested positive for the coronavirus on Saturday taking the city’s tally to 3,376 with 59 fatalities.Maharashtra, on Saturday, August 15, reported 12,614 fresh cases of the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 5,84,754, as per data from the state health department.The number of recovered patients rose by 6,844 in the same period, taking the aggregate of recovered cases to 4,08,286. The recovery rate in the state now stands at 69.82 per cent, closing in on the national average of 71.6 per cent.Moreover, 10,44,974 people are under home quarantine and 37,524 people in institutional quarantine. Furthermore, out of 31,11,514 laboratory samples, 5,84,754 have been tested positive (18.79 per cent) for the disease until August 15.RELATED TOPICSulhasnagarUlhasnagarAmbernathBadlapurMaharashtraCOVID-19Coronavirus  Loading next story...Latest NewsKEM hospital to conduct trials for COVID-19 vaccineSushant Singh Rajput like 'our son': Shiv Sena MP Sanjay RautNavroz celebrations: Parsis to commemorate New YearRamdas Athawale predicts MVA government's fall after Ganpati ImmersionControversy over BMC's decision to carry out repair works at commissioner bungalowAthawale supports Parth Pawar's demand to transfer SSR death case to CBIAdvertisementCivicKEM hospital to conduct trials for COVID-19 vaccineControversy over BMC's decision to carry out repair works at commissioner bungalowCoronavirus Outbreak: Breach Candy, Malabar Hills reports surge in casesUlhasnagar reports 31 cases; COVID-19 tally reaches 7,329Bombay HC declines stay on medical and dental examsSeven dams around Mumbai have accumulated 60 per cent of water 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)
2020-08-16Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar's Covid recovery rate reaches above 93% - Times of India
Maharashtra: Ulhasnagar's Covid recovery rate reaches above 93%Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 17, 2020, 00:34 ISTImage used for representational purpose onlyKALYAN: The Ulhasnagar city on Sunday reported highest 93.54% recovery rate of patients in entire Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The city has total 7,371 Covid-19 patients out of which so far 6,895 patients have got cured, while remaining 296 active patients are undergoing treatment at hospital. The city is also now under control for Covid-19 cases as since last 15 days it has witnessed below 50 patients in a day. On Sunday, it reported fresh 42 Covid-19 patients. Dr Yuvraj Bhadane, public relation officer of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation said, "The city has only 296 active patients out of which 86 taking treatment in different Covid care centres, 36 in dedicated Covid hospital, 29 in home isolation and remaining 98 active patients are admitted outside city limits in different hospitals." After Ulhasnagar, neighbouring Ambernath city where Covid-19 cases are under control have also witness second highest 89% recovery rate in MMR region. The Ambernath has total 4481 patients out of which so far 3984 patients has got cured while remaining 325 active patients are only taking treatment. Kalyan-Dombivli, which has maximum numbers of Covid-19 patients in MMR region after Mumbai, has also improved its recovery rate up to 82%. On Sunday twin city reported 320 fresh Covid-19 patients and 8 death taking total numbers of patients 24,420 including so far total 497 death. The twin city on Sunday also discharged 320 patients who got cured from different Covid Care centres and Covid hospitals taking total number of recovered patients to 2,0153, while remaining 497 active patients are still taking treatment. 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2020-08-15Mumbai: Firm director held in Rs 18 crore export scam - Times of India
Mumbai: Firm director held in Rs 18 crore export scamTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMumbai Corona UpdateSharad PawarCoronavirus in MumbaiFire in MumbaiMumbai: Firm director held in Rs 18 crore export scamS Ahmed Ali | TNN | Aug 15, 2020, 14:18 ISTRepresentative ImageMUMBAI: Customs department has arrested Adesh Saple, director of Sky Touch Aviation Pvt Ltd, for indulging in fraudulent claim of export incentives and refund of Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST), a variant of GST, totalling nearly Rs 18 crore. Customs had detained goods pertaining to 16 shipping bills filed in the name of Prince Enterprises. The import export code (IEC) was in the name of Manish Pagare, but it was found that it was obtained by Saple by submitting fake documents. Officials of Customs (preventive) unit also found that the goods were misdeclared and overvalued against the declared value in the shipping bills. The goods declared as men’s garments turned out to be rags. “Saple appears to be the mastermind in handling bogus export involving 58 IECs having free on board value of Rs 291 crore,” said an official. Free on board value is the price buyer pays for the goods excluding carriage, insurance and freight. Saple said he was approached by Mohammed Shaikh, who claimed he was Pagare’s partner, and procured the rags from Ulhasnagar and Vashi against cash payment. A Custom broker, questioned by the Customs, said he was engaged by Saple who gave him details of taxable value, IGST amount, rate of IGST and other details of the goods. Officials claimed that Saple refused to reveal details of the mastermind. 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2020-08-15COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath reports more cases than Ulhasnagar; Badlapur nears 3,000 recoveries - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath reports more cases than Ulhasnagar; Badlapur nears 3,000 recoveriesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath reports more cases than Ulhasnagar; Badlapur nears 3,000 recoveriesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 15, 2020, 22:11 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 31 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,329. Also, with 19 recoveries on Saturday, as many as 6,859 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 294 while 176 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 31 new cases, the maximum of 12 came up in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by eight in Ulhasnagar-4, seven in Ulhasnagar-5, three in Ulhasnagar-2 and only one in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 36 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday taking the total number to 4,461. At present, 342 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 172 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,947 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Saturday, 41 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,376 with 59 fatalities. Most of the cases came up in Saraswati Nagar, Aptewadi and Mohananand Nagar, while the remaining were from New DP Road, Yukti Residency, Belauli, Ratan Galaxy, Panvelkar Nagari, Gaondevi, Dattawadi, Krishna Estate, Sanewadi, Manjarli, Hendrepada, Shirgaon, Ambedkar Chowk, Sanewadi, Laxmi Arcade, Vivekanand Nagar, Katrap, Yadav Nagar and Valivali. So far, 2,977 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 340 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.77 per cent and the recovery rate at 88.18 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 Shop from the widest range of Apple MacBook at Croma!CROMAThe Sanctuary: Exclusive plots and villas at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuarySingle mother earns 6 figure income by work from home.OlymptradeTerm Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life InsuranceHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesOwn your dream Mercedes-Benz GLE online in a few clicks!The Mercedes-Benz GLE Revealed: Chris Hemsworth’s secrets to well-being!SWISSE INDIAHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career TimesFlat 50% off on Mochi Shoes! Shop with Free Home VisitMOCHIEarn more money by investing onlineOlymp TradeScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALOREInsure your home and your applicances with Bajaj Allianz!Bajaj Allianz
2020-08-15Over 100 attendees booked for religious gathering in Thane - Mumbai Mirror
Over 100 attendees booked for religious gathering in ThaneYou are in an offline modeOver 100 attendees booked for religious gathering in ThaneByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Aug 15, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEA Dahi Handi Satsang was held at an ashram; no one was wearing masks or following social distancing. The Thane police have booked nine organisers and nearly 100 other persons for a Dahi Handi gathering on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday in Ulhasnagar. The police said no one was wearing masks and social distancing norms were not followed. All attendees have been booked under the Disaster Management Act, Covid-19 Regulations 2020 and section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of the Indian Penal Code. As per the police, the gathering was organised at Ishwar Prem Ashram in sector 35 of Ulhasnagar. The Hill Line police acted on a tip-off by residents from the neighbourhood, who heard satsang songs despite the microphone at very low volume. The police said the devotional night is an annual ritual at the ashram but gathering of more than five persons is currently banned in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The police said the organisers had not sought any permission from either the municipality or the local police station. The police identified the organisers as Sangeet Karera, Anita Digadiya, Ashok Daseja, Moni Keshwani, Sony D’Souza, Deepika Rohera, Jaya Bhatia, Saraswati Chushi and Geeta Rohera. On June 2, a self-styled godman in Vasan Shah Darbar area of Ulhasnagar had reportedly celebrated his birthday, following which 19 people had tested positive for coronavirus. After hectic contact-tracing, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation had to quarantine the man, his relatives and followers. He and his son were booked by the police. RELATED NEWSReligious head’s b’day party, a wedding blamed for community transmis...Jul 15, 2020Mumbai: Dharavi reports 25 new coronavirus positive cases today; tall...May 20, 2020Mumbai: Dharavi reports 46 new coronavirus positive cases today; tall...May 12, 2020 Nicole Kidman Loves The Swisse Wellness Range!SWISSE INDIAHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesThe Sanctuary: Exclusive plots and villas at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuaryOwn your dream Mercedes-Benz GLE online in a few clicks!The Mercedes-Benz GLETerm Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life InsuranceSingle mother earns 6 figure income by work from home.Olymptrade Earn more money by investing onlineOlymp TradeScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALOREPOWER YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell IndiaReach your financial goals by investing onlineOlymp TradeThis man is making money online in this lockdown!Career TimesGet discount coupons on your stay with Oyo wizard membershipTIMESPOINTS
2020-08-15COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai reports 1,254 new cases; Maharashtra is Covid capital of India, says Devendra - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai reports 1,254 new cases; Maharashtra is Covid capital of India, says Devendra FadnavisAug 15, 2020, 22.57PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Mumbai reports 1,254 new cases; Maharashtra is Covid capital of India, says Devendra FadnavisPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday announced that the country has made plans for mass-producing COVID-19 vaccine once scientists give a green signal. "I want to tell people, the talent of our scientists is like that of 'rishi munis' and they are working very hard in laboratories. Three vaccines are in various stages of testing. When scientists will give us the green signal, it will be produced on a mass scale and all preparations have been made for it." Modi's remark comes even as India continues to report above 60,000 cases for over two weeks. The number of Covid-19 deaths in Mumbai crossed the 7,000-mark on Friday while Maharashtra recorded other 12,000-plus new cases even as the number of recoveries in the state crossed 4 lakh. With 364 COVID deaths, the state's toll now stands at 19,427 while it recorded fresh 12,608 cases, taking the number of infectees to 5.73 lakh. Both figures are the highest in the country. The MMR (Thane division) remains on the edge with the toll shooting up by.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-15 22:57(IST) Chief Justice of Rajasthan HC tests COVID-19 positiveChief Justice of Rajasthan High Court Indrajit Mahanty has tested positive for COVID-19.Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot took to Twitter to wish Mahanty a speedy recovery."I have come to know Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court, Indrajit Mahanty has tested positive for COVID-19...concerned about his health. Wish him a speedy recovery," Gehlot tweeted.2020-08-15 22:39(IST) Delhi's COVID-19 tally stands at 1,51,928Delhi on Saturday reported 1,276 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the national capital's coronavirus count to 1,51,928, said the Delhi Health Department.As per the bulletin, there are 11,489 active cases in the national capital,1,143 patients have recovered/discharged/migrated on Saturday, taking the cumulative to 1,36,251.10 deaths were reported in Delhi on Saturday due to COVID-19, taking the fatalities due to coronavirus to 4,188.The recovery rate from COVID-19 in the national capital stands at 89.68 per cent while the death rate stands at 2.75 per cent.2020-08-15 22:35(IST) 266 prisoners in Kerala test positive for COVID-19As many as 266 prisoners lodged in Thiruvananthapuram Central and Kollam district jails have tested COVID-19 positive prompting prisoners authorities to start separate COVID-19 isolation wards inside jail premises.Speaking to ANI, Santhosh S, Deputy Inspector General (DIG), Prisons (Headquarters), said that 50 inmates of Poojappura Central Jail have tested positive on Saturday taking the total COVID-19 cases here to 200."Another 66 inmates in Kollam jail also have tested positive. So far both jails combined 266 jail inmates have tested COVID-19 positive," he said.Santhosh said that three officials in Central Jail have detected positive for the virus.2020-08-15 22:12(IST) Ambernath reports more cases than Ulhasnagar; Badlapur nears 3,000 recoveriesUlhasnagar reported 31 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,329. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 36 new COVID-19 cases taking the total number to 4,461. In Badlapur, 41 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,376 with 59 fatalities. Read detailed report here2020-08-15 21:55(IST) Maharashtra has become COVID capital of India: FadnavisCiting the surge in COVID-19 casesand fatalities in Maharashtra, senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday termed the state as the "COVID capital" of the country.He stressed that testing need to be ramped up to check the spread of coronavirus and to bring the fatality rate under control."We are not making any allegations. We are more interested in arresting the spread of Coronavirus than doing politics. I have been demanding that number of tests should be increased in the state," the former chief minister told reporters.2020-08-15 21:54(IST) 1,094 new corona cases in Gujarat, 19 more succumb to virusGujarat's coronavirus cases added up to 77,663 as 1,094 new patients were detected on Saturday, whereas 19 more fatalities took its death toll to 2,767.As many as 1,015 patients were cured and discharged on Saturday, taking the total recoveries to 60,537.In August so far, 16,230 positive cases have been registered in Gujarat, with an average of 1,082 cases daily.Gujarat's new cases were detected out of 51,217 samples tested during the past 24 hours.Accounting for 21% of the new cases, Surat -- the new hotspot in Gujarat -- added 234 cases and Ahmedabad 162. For the last 12 days, Vadodara has been recording more than 100 cases daily, adding 107 more corona cases on Saturday.2020-08-15 21:53(IST) 12,614 new coronavirus cases in Maharashtra, 322 deathsMaharashtra's coronavirus casetally increased to 5,84,754 on Saturday with the addition of 12,614 new cases, the state health department said.With 322 COVID-19 patients dying during the day, the death toll due to the pandemic rose to 19,749, the department said.A total of 6,844 patients were discharged from hospitals on Saturday, taking the number of recovered persons to 4,08,286, it said in a statement.There are 1,56,409 active cases in the state at present, it added.2020-08-15 19:10(IST) Dadar reports more cases than MahimIn Mahim, 15 persons tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, taking the tally to 1,982.However, 1,620 persons have been cured and discharged and there are as many as 285 active cases in the area as of now.In nearby Dadar, as many as 23 new cases came up on Saturday and with that, the area's case count climbed to 2,175.At least 1,624 patients have recovered in the region while 463 are currently undergoing treatment.2020-08-15 19:10(IST) Dharavi reports five new casesThe coronavirus curve of Dharavi has been rapidly declining with each passing day. On Saturday, the slum colony reported only five new cases of the infection.The total number of cases in the largest slum of Asia is now pitched at 2,663, while the number of active cases stands at 84. The area has been witnessing a steady rise in the number of recoveries, which has now climbed to 2,320.2020-08-15 17:51(IST) Over 5,000 new COVID-19 cases registered in Russia in last 24 hoursA total of 5,061 cases of coronavirus were reported in Russia in the last 24 hours, taking the nationwide tally to 917,884, Xinhua reported citing a statement from country's COVID-19 response center.A total of 119 new deaths were also reported, thus taking toll to 15,617.The country's capital Moscow has reported 695 new cases.According to the country's COVID-19 response center, 729,411 people have recovered so far.2020-08-15 16:50(IST) Rise in COVID-19 cases in rural areas worrying: MinisterMaharashtra Health Minister RajeshTope on Saturday expressed concern over the rise in COVID-19 in rural areas of the state due to the influx of migrants from Mumbai.Speaking at an Independence Day function at the Collectorate, the minister said despite the rise in infections, the recovery rate in the state was high.While the COVID-19 tally in Jalna had reached 3,000, more than 2,000 patients had recovered from the infection, said Tope, who is also the guardian minister of the district.The minister noted that the spike in cases in rural parts of the state due to the return of migrants from Mumbai is a cause for concern.2020-08-15 16:34(IST) Playback Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam who had been admitted at MGM Healthcare for symptoms of COVID-19 since 5th August, continuous to be on life support in ICU.2020-08-15 16:34(IST) Three officials and 50 prisoners in Central Jail tested COVID-19 positiveTotal of 266 prisoners lodged in Thiruvananthapuram Central Jail and Kollam district jail have tested COVID-19 positive so far: Santhosh S, DIG, Prisons (Headquarters) #Kerala2020-08-15 16:33(IST) Government of Manipur extends complete lockdown in the state till 31st August.2020-08-15 15:28(IST) Another Maharashtra Minister tests positive for coronavirus; Balasaheb Patil admitted to hospital in KaradThe Cooperation Minister in Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi and Satara's Guardian Minister Balasaheb Patil has tested positive for coronavirus. READ MORE2020-08-15 15:28(IST) 1,863 COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths reported in TelanganaAs many as 1,863 COVID-19 cases and 10 deaths were reported from Telangana on Friday, taking the total number of cases to 90,259 in the state.According to the State Health Department, the total number of cases includes 23,379 active cases, 66,196 recoveries, and 684 deaths so far.2020-08-15 14:55(IST) ITBP personnel, COVID-19 patients celebrate Independence Day at Delhi's Sardar Patel COVID Care CentreThe Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel and COVID-19 patients on Saturday celebrated the 74th Independence Day at Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre and Hospital in the national capital.The Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre and Hospital is a 10,000-bed centre located at Radha Soami Beas, Chhatarpur in Delhi.2020-08-15 14:22(IST) Over 57 thousand patients recovered from COVID-19 in last 24 hours: Health MinistryIndia has recorded another peak of posting the highest recoveries of COVID-19 cases in a single day with 57,381 patients being cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, stated the Union Health Ministry on Saturday.The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) said that with such high level of recoveries, India's recovery rate has soared past 70 percent.2020-08-15 13:18(IST) Aaditya Thackeray pledges support to 1,000 coaches during COVID-19 pandemic.@AUThackeray pledges to support 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ Coaches across India He handed over the first box of supplies to… https://t.co/CPsjocfFGg— Association of Indian Football Coaches (@theaifc) 15974068870002020-08-15 13:17(IST) No COVID-19 patient will be deprived of treatment in Odisha, says Patnaik on I-DayOdisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday said no COVID-19 patient in the state will be deprived of treatment due to lack of money as the government has taken concrete steps to provide all facilities free of cost.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. 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2020-08-15Over 100 attendees booked for religious gathering in Thane - Mumbai Mirror
Over 100 attendees booked for religious gathering in ThaneYou are in an offline modeOver 100 attendees booked for religious gathering in ThaneByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Aug 15, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEA Dahi Handi Satsang was held at an ashram; no one was wearing masks or following social distancing. The Thane police have booked nine organisers and nearly 100 other persons for a Dahi Handi gathering on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday in Ulhasnagar. The police said no one was wearing masks and social distancing norms were not followed. All attendees have been booked under the Disaster Management Act, Covid-19 Regulations 2020 and section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of the Indian Penal Code. As per the police, the gathering was organised at Ishwar Prem Ashram in sector 35 of Ulhasnagar. The Hill Line police acted on a tip-off by residents from the neighbourhood, who heard satsang songs despite the microphone at very low volume. The police said the devotional night is an annual ritual at the ashram but gathering of more than five persons is currently banned in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The police said the organisers had not sought any permission from either the municipality or the local police station. The police identified the organisers as Sangeet Karera, Anita Digadiya, Ashok Daseja, Moni Keshwani, Sony D’Souza, Deepika Rohera, Jaya Bhatia, Saraswati Chushi and Geeta Rohera. On June 2, a self-styled godman in Vasan Shah Darbar area of Ulhasnagar had reportedly celebrated his birthday, following which 19 people had tested positive for coronavirus. After hectic contact-tracing, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation had to quarantine the man, his relatives and followers. He and his son were booked by the police. RELATED NEWSOver 100 attendees booked for religious gathering in ThaneAug 15, 2020Religious head’s b’day party, a wedding blamed for community transmis...Jul 15, 2020Mumbai: Dharavi reports 46 new coronavirus positive cases today; tall...May 12, 2020 Rent back Scheme For 2 years. Properties from 2.10Cr*House Of HiranandaniThe Sanctuary: Exclusive plots and villas at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuaryTerm plan that returns your premium at the end of policy*^Max Life InsuranceNew Launch 2&3BHK apts starting @66L*Vajram NewtownVajram NewtownSecure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALORE Laptop Equipped With All-Day Battery Life.Dell IndiaOnline Learning Program for Child with Learning DisabilitiesMom’s BeliefGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj Allianz
2020-08-14Nagpur crosses 10,000 cases, 300 deaths as Aug surge continues - Times of India
Nagpur crosses 10,000 cases, 300 deaths as Aug surge continuesNagpur crosses 10,000 cases, 300 deaths as Aug surge continuesAnjaya Anparthi | TNN | Updated: Aug 15, 2020, 16:12 ISTRepresentative imageNAGPUR: City on Friday crossed 10,000 Covid-19 positive cases and 300 deaths. Alarmingly, nearly 66% of positive cases and 74% deaths happened in just 14 days of August. On Friday, the city registered 935 positive cases, taking total to 10,658. The city is third in state by population after Mumbai and Pune. Among 27 municipal corporations in the state, city is 11th to cross 10,000-case mark. The city registered 22 Covid-19 positive deaths on Friday taking total to 316. Nagpur is 12th city in state to cross 300 deaths. Mumbai is having 1.28 lakh positive cases and 7,036 deaths followed by Pune- 76,645/1,985, Pimpri-Chinchwad- 32,612/570, Kalyan-Dombivali- 26,685/571, Thane- 23,757/846, Navi Mumbai- 22,011/538, Nashik- 16,738/384, Vasai-Virar- 14,639/390, Aurangabad- 12,116/472 and Mira-Bhayandar- 10,633/354. In deaths, Solapur is ahead of the city. Till end of July, the city was on 15th position but has now surpassed Akola, Bhivandi-Nizampur, Ulhasnagar, Panvel and Solapur in positive cases. The city is first among four municipal corporations in Vidarbha to cross 10,000 positive cases and 300 deaths. Earlier, Akola was ahead. The situation in the city was satisfactory till end of July. There were 485 cases by end of full lockdown on May 31. Central and state governments started easing lockdown from June 1. Cases increased to 1,233 by end of June and to 3,645 by end of July. 7,013 (65.8%) cases were registered in 14 days of August. Total number of positive cases in the district was 14,495 as on Friday which means 3,837 were from Nagpur Rural and other districts. As far as deaths are concerned, there were only two in April followed by eight in May, two in June and 71 in July for a total of 83. In August 233 (73.73%) deaths have been registered so far. Total number of fatalities in the district was 447 on Friday with 73 coming from Nagpur Rural and 58 from other districts. Municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe told TOI, “Positive cases are on the rise due to violations of Covid-19 guidelines and can be controlled with cooperation from public. Various measures have been implemented to control deaths. A majority of deaths are due to late reporting. Testing has been increased to 4,000 per day and will rise to 5,000 per day. This is being done to identify cases in early stage and give treatment that can prevent death. Citizens should get done test whenever they have any symptom. 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2020-08-14COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath record over 170 deaths so far; Badlapur reports 59 new cases on - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath record over 170 deaths so far; Badlapur reports 59 new cases on FridayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath record over 170 deaths so far; Badlapur reports 59 new cases on FridayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 14, 2020, 21:02 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 40 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,298. Also, with 77 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 6,840 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 285 while 173 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 40 new cases, the maximum of 17 patients came up in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by 13 in Ulhasnagar-4, and five each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-5. No new person tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 32 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 4,425. At present, 339 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 171 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,915 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 59 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,335 with 59 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Jagannath Arcade, Panvelkar Royal Square, Ambedkar Chowk, Today Galaxy and Yadav Nagar, while the remaining were from Manjarli, Kailash Nagar, Panvelkar Optima, Mhatre House, Pokharkar Nagar, Sanewadi, Mohan Highlands, Shaninagar, Gaondevi Road, Hendrepada, Katrap, Anant Nagar, TV Tower, Kirti Police, Samarth Nagar and Trinity Galaxy. So far, 2,921 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 355 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.77 per cent and the recovery rate at 90.64 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Triple lockdown in T’puramJul 07, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 Rent back Scheme For 2 years. Properties from 2.10Cr*House Of HiranandaniTerm plan that returns your premium at the end of policy*^Max Life InsuranceThe Sanctuary: Exclusive plots and villas at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuaryScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALORENew Launch 2&3BHK apts starting @66L*Vajram NewtownVajram NewtownManaging Volatility And RebalancingSubh Shree Commercial Secure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeLaptop Equipped With All-Day Battery Life.Dell IndiaThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesOnline Learning Program for Child with Learning DisabilitiesMom’s BeliefInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times
2020-08-13COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a jump in fresh cases; situation tense in Ambernath, Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a jump in fresh cases; situation tense in Ambernath, BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a jump in fresh cases; situation tense in Ambernath, BadlapurWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 13, 2020, 21:13 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeImage used for representational purpose only. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar saw a spike after it recorded a considerable increase in the daily case count of coronavirus. As many as 46 people tested positive for the virus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 7,258. Also, 56 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 6,763. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 168 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 327 are currently being treated. Out of the 46 cases, the maximum of 18 persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 10 each in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-5, six in Ulhasnagar-2 and two in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 35 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 4,393. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 171 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 3,880 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 342. Meanwhile, 61 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 3,273, along with 56 fatalities. Out of the new cases today, 36 are men and 25 are women. As many as 2,836 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 384. The recovery rate of the city is pitched at 86.56 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 2 & 3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37L with 20+ amenitiesBrigade El DoradoDell XPS 13, Ultimate Experience & Exceptional Build QualityDell IndiaPremium Villa Plots from Rs.35L*. ET Award Winner.The SanctuaryHydrate & protect your skin @Rs.150 off with MamaearthTIMESPOINTSOne plan that gives you life cover & critical illness cover^Max Life InsuranceResearchers to Study Inhaled Sedatives for Severe COVID-19THE WEATHER COMPANY INC. Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.DaypostsThis institute cares for its students! Know howEconomic TimesGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzIndian lady earns Rs.10500/day from home online!Career Times
2020-08-13Opposition, activists slam UMC's new Covid plan - Times of India
Opposition, activists slam UMC's new Covid planOpposition, activists slam UMC's new Covid planPradeep Gupta | TNN | Aug 13, 2020, 15:07 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: Opposition leaders and activists in Ulhasnagar have raised question over Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation's (UMC) decision about calling tenders of Rs 17 crore for putting around 1,000 extras beds and purchasing medical equipments for two new jumbo facilities to fight Covid-19. BJP MLA Kumar Ailani and activists from city in their letter to chief minister Uddhav Thackeray and UMC commissioner Dr Raja Dayanidhi has claimed that 85% current Covid beds are empty and in such a situation spending huge money to develop new facilities and buying medical equipments for same is waste of public funds and demanded that tenders should be cancelled. BJP MLA Ailani on Wednesday demanded cancellation of tender saying once Covid-19 patients come down below 25 then over 85% beds will be vacant at Covid care centers like Tata Amantra, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar library, ITI, Redcross society and Dedicated Covid hospitals situated at Ulhasnagar 4 and Kamgar hospitals. In such a situation developing new facilities at temporarily basis at Tabor and Radha Swami Ashram will be waste of money. Ailani told TOI, "I have demanded that instead of spending money on developing temporary facilities, civic body should built new hospital using same money and for same I will also give my MLA's fund." On the other side Moti Ludhwani, an activist from Ulhasnagar Residents Association who first raised the issue by complaining about same to chief minister have alleged that UMC presently has 1,250 beds for Covid-19 patients out of which only 15% beds are occupied and remaining 85% beds are vacant despite this UMC are spending Rs 17 crore to create new jumbo facilities and purchasing medical equipments that too at 'overpriced rates' are only waste of public's fund. Ludhwani said, "If UMC thinks that Covid-10 cases may spike once again than they should spend these money on part wise and that too by proper negotiating price as I have come to know that UMC is purchasing many medical equipments at overprice rates". The MNS leaders from city too have raised question over tenders and demanded UMC to cancel the tender. When asked about issue Dr Yuvraj Bhadane, Public Relation Officer of UMC said, "UMC developing new facilities and purchasing medical equipments as per government guidelines and district administration's instruction as they believe that once local train and other offices will get operational there might be possibility of rise in Covid-19 cases and to deal such a situation every civic body should be prepared including Ulhasnagar and as per same new facilities should be developed." 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2020-08-12COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 27 fresh cases; Ambernath, Badlapur witness a surge once again - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 27 fresh cases; Ambernath, Badlapur witness a surge once againYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 27 fresh cases; Ambernath, Badlapur witness a surge once againWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 12, 2020, 22:53 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 27 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,212. Also, with 66 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 6,707 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 341 while 164 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 27 new cases, the maximum of seven came up in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by six in Ulhasnagar-4, five each in Ulhasnagar-2 and Ulhasnagar-5 and four in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 44 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 4,358. At present, 337 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 168 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,853 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Wednesday, 57 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,215 with 56 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Gaondevi, Barrage Road, Bouddhawada and Shirgaon, while the remaining were from Subhash Nagar, Sanewadi, Rameshwadi, Katrap, Belauli, Chintamani Chowk, Datta Vihar, Yadav Nagar, Soham Plaza, Today Galaxy, Gite Chawl, Panvelkar Nagari, Patil Pada, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Hendrepada, Ganesh Nagar and Samarth Nagar. So far, 2,836 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 323 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.74 per cent and the recovery rate at 90.04 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 Apple iPhone 11 | Effective price ₹53,000Imagine Apple Premium ResellerInsure your home and your applicances with Bajaj Allianz!Bajaj AllianzSony Center Is Now Online - Get Up to 30% Off On ProductsSONYHow to Retain Your Natural Black Hair?Indus ValleyAlways stay connected with APC Back UPSAPC by Schneider ElectricA kiss may get you STInilkantho.in Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionPremium Villa Plots from Rs.35L*. ET Award Winner.The SanctuaryPOWER YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell IndiaGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungOwn your dream Mercedes-Benz GLE online in a few clicks!The Mercedes-Benz GLETerm Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life Insurance
2020-08-12COVID-19: Mumbai continues to have less than 1,000 new cases - Mid-Day
Over 11,000 fresh cases were reported in the state taking the total count to 5.35 lakh cases while Mumbai continued to report less than 1,000 cases on Tuesday. While 256 COVID-related deaths were reported in the state, Pune and Mumbai both registered 48 deaths each. State health department officials reported that while Pune led with 1,202 cases, Mumbai had 917 cases. Barring Thane with 342 cases, all other districts of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region reported fewer than 300 cases each. Barring the metro cities, other districts with a higher count included Kolhapur with 1,078 cases, Nagpur with 803 cases, Pimpri Chinchwad with 741 cases and Ahmednagar with 646 cases. As the recovery rate of the state marginally increased to 68.79 per cent, on Tuesday, 10,014 patients were discharged in the state and 1,154 patients were discharged in Mumbai after a full recovery. In the state, there are 1.48 lakh patients who are currently being treated. Among the 256 deaths, barring Mumbai and Pune, 27 deaths were recorded in Kolhapur, 16 in Ulhasnagar, 13 in Nashik, 12 in Nagpur, eight each in Thane and Navi Mumbai, seven each in Kalyan-Dombivali, Vasai-Virar, Jalgaon and Solapur, five each from Ahmednagar, Sangli and Pimpri Chinchwad, four in Palghar, three each in Mira-Bhayandar and Beed, two each in Raigad, Panvel, Malegaon, Dhule, Satara, Ratnagiri and Jalna and one each in Bhiwandi, Aurangabad, Parbhani, Latur, Osmanabad, Nanded, Buldhana, Wardha and one resident of another state. The mortality rate of the state now stands at 3.42 per cent. Officials clarified that among the total deaths, 211 are from the last 48 hours while the rest are from earlier. Civic officials said that among the 48 deaths in Mumbai, 33 patients were suffering from other ailments and 25 deaths involved senior citizens. The city now has 6,893 deaths. The recovery rate of the city increased to 79 per cent and the doubling rate has increased to 88 days. The city's growth rate has dropped to 0.79 per cent and 12 administrative wards have a growth rate higher than the city's average led by R Central ward with 1.32 per cent. Currently, six wards have a growth rate above 1 per cent. Staff of company test positiveAmong the administrative wards, G North continues to rank third after K East and P North wards and on Tuesday, eight new cases were reported in Dharavi, 33 in Dadar and 12 in Mahim. Civic officials said that 31 additional cases were reported among ONGC staff members who tested at Raheja Hospital in Mahim. Keep scrolling to read more news Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and a complete guide from food to things to do and events across Mumbai. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates. Mid-Day is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@middayinfomedialtd) and stay updated with the latest news Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Tags lockdownCoronavirusmumbaidharavimahimthanenashikmaharashtramumbai news Sanjay Raut lists flaws in Sushant case's probe; Dip in active COVID-19 cases outside Mumbai
2020-08-12MNS Leader Raju Patil Demands To Start Mumbai Local Train Services - Mumbai Live
MNS Leader Raju Patil Demands To Start Mumbai Local Train ServicesMNS Leader Raju Patil Demands To Start Mumbai Local Train ServicesPatil made a demand for local trains to start functioning considering the difficulties faced by the commuters from the areas of Kalyan, Dombivali, Badlapur, Ambernath, and Ulhasnagar.By Mumbai Live TeamPolitics KalyanSHARESThe state government has relaxed some lockdown rules under ‘Mission Begin Again’ initiative and allowed businesses to resume outside of the non-containment zones. The daily travel has resumed on-road and has been functioning in the Mumbai Metropolitan Regions (MMR) for a while now. However, as per reports, the potholes on the Kalyan-Shil road are causing a lot of traffic congestion for the commuters from the areas of Kalyan, Dombivali, Badlapur, Ambernath, and Ulhasnagar. Keeping this situation in mind, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Raju Patil has demanded the Mumbai local train services to start for these cities by taking proper precautions. The MNS leader from Kalyan-Dombivali took to social media to raise his concerns and tagged the official account of the Office of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in his tweet. Recently, a review meeting was held regarding the work of the Kalyan-Shil road. The meeting was attended by MNS leader Raju Patil,  Executive Engineers of MMRDA and MSRDC, Thane Municipal Corporation and the Forest Department Officers of Thane. Issues like the Mumbra-Shil road widening at Kalyan, proposed flyover at Kalyan, encroachment near Datta temple, reconstruction of Gavdevi temple, reconstruction of Datta temple and widening of Shil-Bhiwandi road were discussed at the meeting. After the major road and infrastructure discussions, Patil made a demand for local trains to start functioning considering the difficulties faced by the commuters in parts of the MMR. Currently, the suburban local services, which are an integral part of public transport in Mumbai, are closed to the general public due to the coronavirus pandemic. This has made it difficult for citizens in the city, to reach their offices on time.Patil has demanded that at present, a limited number of local train services should be extended to the commuting general public. On the other hand, MNS President Raj Thackeray has also been constantly demanding the removal of the lockdown across the state. हिंदी में पढ़ेंमराठी मध्ये वाचाRELATED TOPICSraj thackrayudhhavthackeraymmrdakalyandombivlithane mnsmaharashtra navnirman senamns. shivsenaraju patilraj thackeraymumbai locallocal trainmmrMNSShiv SenaUddhav ThackerayMMRDAMSRDCKalyan-DombivaliBadlapurAmbernathUlhasnagar  Loading next story...Latest NewsAaditya Thackeray Sharply Criticizes Centre’s EIA Draft Notification 202027-year-old cricketer commits suicideMNS Workers Vandalize MSEDCL Office To Protest Against Exorbitant Electricity BillsOfficials Say the Malabar Hill Landslide May Have Been Preventable Had the BMC Acted in 2019Filmmaker Nishikant Kamat Critical due to liver-related ailmentWhale shark caught at Sassoon Dock in Colaba; state authority to book offendersAdvertisementPoliticsCM Uddhav Thackeray Asks PM Modi To Take Decision On Final Year ExamsMNS Leader Raju Patil Demands To Start Mumbai Local Train ServicesCBI should conduct narco-analysis test on Sanjay Raut and Aaditya Thackeray: Nikhil AnandThree-time MP Kirit Somaiya tests COVID-19 positiveIt Is a Conspiracy Hatched Against Maharashtra: Sanjay Raut on Sushant Singh Rajput CaseFocus on tracing contacts, monitoring containment zones: CM Uddhav Thackeray 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)
2020-08-12Ulhasnagar residents’ association demands cancellation of tenders for Covid facilities - Hindustan Times
2020-08-12KDMC Refunds up to 51% of the Excess Amount Charged by Hospitals to COVID-19 Patients - Mumbai Live
KDMC Refunds up to 51% of the Excess Amount Charged by Hospitals to COVID-19 PatientsKDMC Refunds up to 51% of the Excess Amount Charged by Hospitals to COVID-19 PatientsBy Mumbai Live TeamHealth MumbaiSHARESThe Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation, also known as KDMC, mentioned that it has refunded up to 51 per cent of the excess charges levied by hospitals to COVID-19 patients. This comes as several hospitals in the region were found to be overcharging patients receiving treatment. Following the revelations, a detailed audit was conducted upon the directions of KDMC Commissioner, Dr Vijay Suryavanshi. The audit found that nearly 15 hospitals in the Kalyan-Dombivli region charged Rs 31.45 lakh in excess fees from the patients.Also Read - Private Hospital In Ulhasnagar Gets Notice For Overcharging COVID-19 PatientsSubsequently, a show-cause notice was sent to the hospitals that were overcharging the patients and it is said that a total of Rs 16.15 lakh has been recovered from them and refunded to the patients so far.Additionally, the KDMC also said that it has sent a show-cause notice to a private unnamed hospital in Kalyan for not reserving 80 per cent of beds for COVID-19 patients while also not following fixed rates for treatments as ordered by the State and the civic authorities. Officials have warned that hospitals that violate these norms will face action and may even see a suspension/cancellation of their license.Several discrepancies have been reported across Mumbai’s private hospitals where the patients were charged exorbitantly. With COVID-19 hitting entire families at a time, bills have mounted for middle-class households. It is hoped that the State conducts a similar audit of all the hospitals in Maharashtra, particularly in rural regions that may not have enough oversight.  Also read - KDMC Crosses The 25,000-MarkRELATED TOPICSlatest news covid19covid19 mumbai newsspecial corona hospitalkdmcKalyan Dombivli Municipal CorporationKDMCCOVID-19Coronavirus  Loading next story...Latest NewsBombay HC permits cast, crew, aged above 65 on film setsSwara Bhaskar's upcoming web series 'Flesh' to focus on human traffickingRural Areas of Maharashtra, Including Marathwada, Now Seeing a Spike in COVID-19 CasesMumbai: Building collapses in Chembur, one deadMasky to help protect ears during prolonged mask useBail Granted To 28 Accused In Palghar Mob Lynching CaseAdvertisementCivicRural Areas of Maharashtra, Including Marathwada, Now Seeing a Spike in COVID-19 CasesMumbai: Building collapses in Chembur, one deadBail Granted To 28 Accused In Palghar Mob Lynching CaseList of Sealed Building in Mumbai As on August 12Navi Mumbai Civic Body Issues Directives to Hospitals Against Overcharging PatientsBMC starts second phase of sero-survey in Mumbai 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)
2020-08-12Ulhasnagar residents’ association demands cancellation of tenders for Covid facilities - Hindustan Times
2020-08-11Ulhasnagar engulfed in yet another fire - Free Press Journal
Ulhasnagar engulfed in yet another fireBy Priyanka DhomseThane: Fire in Ulhasnagar; no casualties reported (Representational Image) Pixabay A day after a snacks centre caught fire after a cylinder exploded, killing one and injuring 11 others, in Ulhasnagar, fire broke out late at night in another part of the city. "The incident took place at around 11pm, on Sunday, on the third floor of Roshan Printing Press building, located at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk, near the press market, in Ulhasnagar. It was a major fire, which damaged the building. However, no injury or casualty was reported in this incident," informed fire officials from Ulhasnagar.The dousing of fire continued till the next morning. "Besides the fire brigade team from Ulhasnagar, fire engines from Kalyan and Ambernath were also present at the spot to douse it. It was brought under control at around 8:30 am on Monday," informed fire officials.On Saturday, a major fire broke out due to a cylinder blast at snacks centre in Ulhasnagar section-4. The owner of the centre died in this incident, while 11 others standing out of the centre were injured. (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) fireulhasnagarUlhasnagar Municipal CorporationRoshan Printing PressChhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk Recent StoriesAmid COVID-19 pandemic, Apple becomes first company to hit USD 2 trillion mark17 year-old girl missing girl found dead with face and upper portion of body burnt in UP's Bhadohi; police suspect rapeCoronavirus in Maharashtra: State reports 13,164 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 6,28,642Donald Trump says he was elected as president as Barack Obama failed to do a good job Truth will not change, says Rhea Chakraborty on case being transferred to CBI 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
2020-08-11COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports lowest daily count in almost two months; Ambernath, Badlapur regist - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports lowest daily count in almost two months; Ambernath, Badlapur register fewer casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports lowest daily count in almost two months; Ambernath, Badlapur register fewer casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 11, 2020, 20:27 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by SL Shanth Kumar/BCCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 19 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, the lowest since June 15, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,185. Also, with 94 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 6,641 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 383 while 161 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 19 new cases, the maximum of seven cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by five in Ulhasnagar-4, four in Ulhasnagar-5, two in Ulhasnagar-1 and only 1 Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 29 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 4,314. At present, 318 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 138 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,828 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 30 persons tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, taking the city's tally to 3,158 with 54 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Mohan Tulsi Vihar, River Park, Mahavir Nagar and Shirgaon, while the remaining were from Belauli, Rameshwadi, Katrap, Dattawadi, Shanti Nagar, Swapna Nagari, Panvelkar Heights, Gandhi Chowk, Sarvodaya Nagar, Aptewadi, Valivali, Anant Nagar and Mohananand Nagar. So far, 2,777 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 327 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.70 per cent and the recovery rate at 90.35 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 Galaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever! Own now at ₹32999SamsungMillionaire exposed: Her 3 year self-made crorepati secret!Style & LifeSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionThe Sanctuary: Exclusive plots and villas at Rs.35L* Only.The Sanctuaryகழிக்கலாம்?பணம் சம்பாதிப்பது எப்படி? ஜாலியான விளையாட்டுகள் மBinomoOnline Learning Program for Child with Learning DisabilitiesMom’s Belief How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesInsure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.DaypostsSecure their future, with a term planHDFC Life
2020-08-11Ulhasnagar constable dies of Covid - Times of India
Ulhasnagar constable dies of CovidUlhasnagar constable dies of CovidPradeep Gupta | TNN | Aug 11, 2020, 10:32 ISTRepresentative imageA 49-year-old constable attached to the Central police station in Ulhasnagar succumbed a day after he was shifted from a hospital in Thane to one in Kalyan to undergo treatment for a paralytic attack that he had suffered while undergoing treatment for Covid-19. The constable, Vijay Bansode, died within 24 hours of being admitted to Meera Hospital on August 8. He had been undergoing treatment for Covid-19 at Thane hospital earlier along with two of his colleagues. 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 IndiaPranab MukherjeeRajasthan newsCoronavirus India update liveShah FaesalSachin PilotIPL 2020KVS Admission Merit ListIBPS RRB Exam DateCPL 2020LATEST VIDEOSCityShocking: 33-year-old man dials 100, issues threat for PM Narendra Modi, arrested by Noida police Delhi: Now ‘super-efficient fans’ can cut annual bill by Rs 4,000 First visuals: Sachin Pilot meets Rahul, Priyanka; cancels flight from Congress Covid-19 crisis: Flight ban from 6 cities to Kolkata extended till August 31 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 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 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 IndiaPranab MukherjeeRajasthan newsCoronavirus India update liveShah FaesalSachin PilotIPL 2020KVS Admission Merit ListIBPS RRB Exam DateCPL 2020Jagarnath MahtoIndonesia Volcano EruptionNewsFinal Year Exam NewsCoronavirus 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 webRhea-ShowikRhea on CBI ProbeKangana RanautSooraj PancholiSushant FamilySushant NieceRamesh TauraniAmitabh BachchanIndians can Fly to GermanyTrending topicsMadhuri DixitKK SinghRhea Approaches SCKK SinghGita QuotesJanmashtami ImagesHappy Janmashtami WishesJanmashtami QuotesHomemade COVID VaccineRussia Coronavirus VaccineCoronavirus VaccineJanmashtami WishesAmazon App QuizRealme C3 New ColoursChinese App BanOppo Watch SaleAmazon SaleMumbai Unlock 3.0Follow 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
2020-08-11Private Hospital in Ulhasnagar gets notice for overcharging COVID-19 patients - Mumbai Live
Private Hospital in Ulhasnagar gets notice for overcharging COVID-19 patientsPrivate Hospital in Ulhasnagar gets notice for overcharging COVID-19 patientsUlhasnagar Municipal Corporation has issued a show-cause notice to Sridevi Hospital for an alleged fraud of corona PPE kits and forcefully keeping the patients in the hospital.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESIn Mumbai and its neighbouring areas, many instances have been reported where private hospitals have overcharged patients undergoing treatment for COVID-19. It has been alleged that in the name of treatment of coronavirus patients, the hospitals charge lakhs of rupees.  Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has issued a show-cause notice to Sridevi Hospital for an alleged fraud of corona PPE kits and forcefully keeping the patients in the hospital.   The Maharashtra government from time to time has issued instructions to the private hospitals to charge reasonable fees for the treatment of COVID-19. They have also issued notice to the hospitals that were found to be overcharging. Moreover, they have fixed the ceiling prices that the private hospitals can charge for the treatment of COVID-19 and that of ambulances. Despite all this, there have been complaints of private hospitals overcharging patients. To keep a proper track on this and make sure that the rules are followed, the state government has now appointed a special team, Maharashtra Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope. In Ulhasnagar, there are only 520 active cases and the recovery rate in the city is 91.36 per cent. As of August 10, the number of coronavirus cases in Ulhasnagar has reached 7,389 and the death toll remains at 184. Maharashtra has been one of the worst-hit states in India due to the coronavirus pandemic with 5,24,513 cases. The death toll in the state has touched 18,050. In Mumbai, the number of coronavirus cases has reached 1,24,307 while the active cases remain 19,172. The death toll in the metropolitan has reached 6,845.Also Read - COVID-19 Patients In Mira-Bhayandar Recovering At A Faster RateMaharashtra Reports 9,181 New Coronavirus Cases, Death Toll Crosses 18,000 Markमराठी मध्ये वाचाहिंदी में पढ़ेंRELATED TOPICSulhasnagarnovel coronavirusMumbaiUlhasnagarPrivate HospitalRajesh TopeMaharashtraCoronavirusCOVID-19  Loading next story...Latest NewsMMRDA to Establish an ‘Urban Ecological Corridor” Along Mumbai Trans-Harbour LinkMumbai: Parents File Plea Asking the High Court to Bar Schools From Increasing FeesEssential Workers Can Take Local Trains Without an E-Pass as State Is Yet to Finish Uploading DataUnseen Video Of Late Actor Sushant Singh Rajput Performing Pooja Goes Viral On Social MediaSanjay Dutt diagnosed with lung cancer; to continue treatment in the USCBI should conduct narco-analysis test on Sanjay Raut and Aaditya Thackeray: Nikhil AnandAdvertisementCivicMMRDA to Establish an ‘Urban Ecological Corridor” Along Mumbai Trans-Harbour LinkMumbai: Parents File Plea Asking the High Court to Bar Schools From Increasing FeesEssential Workers Can Take Local Trains Without an E-Pass as State Is Yet to Finish Uploading DataUnseen Video Of Late Actor Sushant Singh Rajput Performing Pooja Goes Viral On Social MediaBMC issues guidelines for the immersion of Lord GaneshaMSRT issues Guidelines for bus services to Konkan during Ganeshotsav 2020 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)
2020-08-11Cop who investigated murder in containment zone succumbs to Covid - Mumbai Mirror
Cop who investigated murder in containment zone succumbs to CovidYou are in an offline modeCop who investigated murder in containment zone succumbs to CovidByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Aug 11, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeVijay BansodeThree team members of the head constable had also contracted the virus. A 49-year-old head constable died of coronavirus in a hospital in Kalyan on Sunday night. The constable, along with a senior colleague, had investigated a case of murder in a containment zone, said the police. With this, the number of police personnel succumbing to Covid-19 in Maharashtra has reached 118. According to the Central police station in Ulhasnagar, head constable Vijay Bansode was posted in the detection branch of Thane Police. Bansode was receiving treatment in Vedant Hospital, Ulhasnagar since June 6. His condition was improving, and he had recently been shifted to the general ward, but on August 8, he suffered a paralytic attack. He was taken to Mira Hospital in Kalyan as Vedant Hospital was short of neurosurgeons. “Head constable Bansode was first admitted to hospital after complaining of breathing difficulty. He tested positive for coronavirus,” said Sudhakar Suradkar, senior inspector of Central police station. Bansode is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. “He, along with Assistant Sub-Inspector Aslam Khatib and two other colleagues, had on May 30 detected murder of one Vedprakash Tiwari alias Golu. Six people were arrested in the case. The murder had taken place in Khanna Compound, a corona hotspot in Ulhasnagar Camp III,” Suradkar said. It was a sensational murder as the victim was chased and killed by the assailants who were armed with swords and daggers. Senior police officials had asked the cops to expedite the investigation as the crime was caught on CCTV, and the video was being circulated on social media. Six days after the murder was solved, Bansode started showing symptoms of coronavirus. ASI Khatib and two other policemen who worked on the murder case had also contracted the virus. “We have lost an intelligent policeman, who had a good network,” said Suradkar. RELATED NEWSAmitabh Bachchan, son Abhishek in stable condition; Jalsa declared as...Jul 12, 2020Cyber cafe owner arrested for making forged travel passesMay 30, 2020With 24 positive cases, Wadala village is the latest containment zoneMay 08, 2020 This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesMillionaire exposed: Her 3 year self-made crorepati secret!Style & LifePOWER YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell IndiaOne plan that gives you life cover & critical illness cover^Max Life InsuranceBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoOnline Learning Program for Child with Learning DisabilitiesMom’s Belief How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesSamsung Galaxy Note20 | 20 Ultra 5G. Starting at ₹64999Samsungகழிக்கலாம்?பணம் சம்பாதிப்பது எப்படி? ஜாலியான விளையாட்டுகள் மBinomoInsure against uncertainties, with HDFC LifeHDFC Life18-year-old becomes the richest boy by making money online.DaypostsInsure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj Allianz
2020-08-10Agrima Josuha compares her case to Sushant's; claims people from UP never supported her - Free Press Journal
Agrima Josuha compares her case to Sushant's; claims people from UP never supported herBy FPJ Web Desk Agrima courted controvery after she joked about the upcoming Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's statue in the Arabian Sea. Comedian Agrima Joshua invited social media fury last month for an old video wherein she quoted jokes from a popular forum about the upcoming Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's statue in the Arabian Sea.The outrage and involvement of Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh resulted in Joshua deleting the video and apologising for the same.However, it didn’t shield her from scores of rape threats and abuses hurled at her on virtual platforms.While the accused were nabbed for their share of crime, Agrima has now compared her situation with that of late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput.Also ReadAgrima Joshua’s act: Shiv Sena legislator Manisha Kayande calls for content censorshipIn a thread shared on Twitter, the comedian wrote, Remember how the UP Government cared about me when all of this was happening with me in Maharashtra? NO? Yeah, because that didn't happen. Just remember, BJP and their coalition ruled states are only here to serve their own interests. They don't care about justice.”“Instead, they mobilised troll armies against me, sent me more rape threats, I have screenshots of tweets stating that I "should be ga*g-r*p*d by Bajr*ng D*l". My YouTube video was entirely about being a Lakhnavi, settled in Mumbai. I spoke of my roots. Where was this love for me?” she added.Instead, they mobilised troll armies against me, sent me more rape threats, I have screenshots of tweets stating that I "should be ga*g-r*p*d by Bajr*ng D*l". My YouTube video was entirely about being a Lakhnavi, settled in Mumbai. I spoke of my roots. Where was this love for me?— Agrima Joshua 🇮🇳 (@Agrimonious) August 10, 2020 Agrima further stated, “Instead of swooping to the defense of a person proudly stating she is from Gomti Nagar Lucknow, they just called me 'ricebag' - because they can't wrap their heads around the concept of a Hindi-speaking Isaai from the heartland. They reduced my entire ethnic identity to my faith.”Relating her story with Sushant, she said, “I related the hardest to SSR because he too was an engineer like me, he spoke of his JEE coaching days. He too was a "bhaiya" in Mumbai, like me. His success was so inspiring for my lot. To see his name being politicised for cheap votebank politics in Maharashtra is DISGUSTING.”I related the hardest to SSR because he too was an engineer like me, he spoke of his JEE coaching days. He too was a "bhaiya" in Mumbai, like me. His success was so inspiring for my lot. To see his name being politicised for cheap votebank politics in Maharashtra is DISGUSTING.— Agrima Joshua 🇮🇳 (@Agrimonious) August 10, 2020 Also ReadSushant Singh Rajput case: Bihar cops’ actions 'violate principle of federalism,' says Maharashtra government“Instead, it was the @MumbaiPolice and the @PuneCityPolice that cooperated with me when I made an official complaint against the deluge of threats I have been receiving. Number of people from my home state UP reaching out to me? ZERO. Also, the selective feminism of RW women like Nupur maam, from OpIndia. Within no time, an article mocking my alleged humiliation was ready, almost like it was pre-written. Did the story cover how their own @HinduITCell was amplifying that clip from my video? No. Lol. jOuRnALiZzm,” she added.Also, the selective feminism of RW women like Nupur maam, from OpIndia. Within no time, an article mocking my alleged humiliation was ready, almost like it was pre-written. Did the story cover how their own @HinduITCell was amplifying that clip from my video? No. Lol. jOuRnALiZzm— Agrima Joshua 🇮🇳 (@Agrimonious) August 10, 2020 Earlier this month, Mumbai Police's cybercrime cell arrested two more men Ashraf Shaikh and Virat Sharma, in connection with the rape threats and abuse of Agrima. This comes two weeks after Mumbai Police had arrested Imtiyaz Sheikh alias Umesh Dada, 28, a Nalasopara resident for uploading an abusive, threatening video on social media.Preliminary investigation revealed that the duo were friends with Umesh Dada, who is also friends with another YouTuber Shubham Mishra, who was arrested from Vadodara by Gujarat Police for similar charges.Also ReadShubham Mishra's arrest has resulted in more death and rape threats: Agrima Joshua (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) mumbai policeSushant Singh RajputAgrima JoshuaShubham Mishra Recent StoriesJoe Biden accepts Democratic Party's presidential nomination, vows to end 'season of darkness'Fire breaks out at Telangana power station; 9 trappedCoronavirus in Maharashtra: State records highest one-day count of 14,492 new COVID-19 casesCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC to shift patients above 50 years to its Covid centresFPJ Exclusive: Praying that by the grace of Lord Ganesha we will defeat coronavirus, says Kishori Pednekar 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
2020-08-10Thane: Fire in Ulhasnagar; no casualties reported - Free Press Journal
Thane: Fire in Ulhasnagar; no casualties reported By Priyanaka DhomseThane: Fire in Ulhasnagar; no casualties reported (Representational Image) Pixabay Thane: A day after cylinder blast at snacks centre which killed one and injured 11 others, a fire broke out during the late-night on the third floor of a building in Ulhasnagar."The incident took place at around 11 pm, on Sunday, on the third floor of Roshan printing press building, located at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk, near the press market, in Ulhasnagar. It was a major fire, which caused major damage to the building. However, no injury or casualty was reported in this incident," informed fire official from Ulhasnagar.The dousing process of fire was continued till next morning, "Besides, the fire brigade team from Ulhasnagar, the fire engines from Kalyan and Ambernath were also present at the spot to douse the fire. However, the fire was brought under control at around 8:30 am, on Monday," informed fire official.On Saturday, a major fire broke out due to cylinder blast at snacks centre, in Ulhasnagar section-4. The owner of the centre died in this incident, while 11 others standing out of the centre were injured.Also ReadCoronavirus in Thane: Here’s how the densely populated slum of Mumbra recorded 0 COVID-19 cases last Friday (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) thanefireulhasnagar Recent StoriesSushant Singh Rajput's death: CBI rubbishes media reports; clarifies the agency 'does not share details'Army Chief Naravane interacts with troops close to Indo-China standoff site at ChushulHow does India's Q1FY21 GDP growth compare to that of other countries?Highlights of PM Modi's address at US-India Strategic Partnership ForumDear Supriya Sule, here's why your 'CKP moment' is a blow to the movement against caste discrimination 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
2020-08-10Three more cops succumb to Covid-19 in Maharashtra, death toll in force rises to 118 - Hindustan Times
2020-08-10COVID-19 latest updates: 1,000 deaths in last 24 hours as cases spike, recoveries cross 1.5 million mark; Pran - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: 1,000 deaths in last 24 hours as cases spike, recoveries cross 1.5 million mark; Pranab Mukherjee tests positiveAug 10, 2020, 23.00PMCOVID-19 latest updates: 1,000 deaths in last 24 hours as cases spike, recoveries cross 1.5 million mark; Pranab Mukherjee tests positiveThe trend of reporting 50,000 plus COVID-19 cases continues for the eleventh day in India after it recorded the highest single-day spike of 62,064 coronavirus cases. In the span of 24 hours, the death toll also increased by 1,007. With a spike of 12,248 new COVID-19 cases and 390 deaths, Maharashtra on Sunday reported the second-highest single-day spike. The overall cases in the state stand at 5.15 lakh. However, a record 13,348 patients were also discharged. Currently, the state has 1.46 lakh active cases compared. Mumbai added 1,066 new cases and 48 deaths, taking the case tally to 1.23 lakh and death toll to 6,799. Meanwhile, Maharashtra BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday said the state should use its full capacity for RT-PCR testing to detect coronavirus positive cases, and opposed the dominance of antigen tests in the total number of tests conducted.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-10 23:00(IST) All private hospitals in Hyderabad facing complaints on Covid-19 charges: health ministerTelangana health minister Eatala Rajender revealed on Monday that almost all private hospitals in Hyderabad have been facing charges of collecting exorbitant charges from the Covid-19 persons. Show cause notices have been served to all the hospitals, he said warning that stringent action would be initiated against them if they continue with the same attitude. Read story here2020-08-10 22:14(IST) BJP's Kirit Somaiya and wife test positive for COVID-19BJP leader Kirit Somaiya and his wife have tested positive for coronavirus. Read story here2020-08-10 21:02(IST) COVID-19 August 10 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 9,181 new cases; Mumbai's death toll climbs to 6,842Maharashtra recorded 9,181 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the state’s COVID-19 tally to 5,24,513. Also, 293 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 18,050 and the fatality rate to 3.44 per cent, as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Read more2020-08-10 20:51(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur left with less than 500 active casesUlhasnagar reported 29 new coronavirus cases on Monday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,166. With 87 recoveries on Monday, as many as 6,547 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Read more2020-08-10 20:25(IST) Vijayawada Covid care centre fire tragedy: Three hospital officials arrestedThe Vijayawada police on Monday arrested three top executives of Ramesh Hospital in connection with the fire mishap at the Covid care centre in Swarna Palace hotel resulting in the death of ten patients. Hospital chief operating officer Kodali Rajagopala Rao, general manager K Sudarshan and night shift manager P Venkatesh were arrested by the police. Read more2020-08-10 20:01(IST) Dharavi reports 9 fresh cases; tally climbs to 2,626Asia's largest slum Dharavi which was once a hotspot for the coronavirus infection in the city has recorded just nine COVID-19positive cases in the last 24 hours. The curve of COVID-19 positive cases in the area has been getting flatter for over two months now. Read more2020-08-10 19:18(IST) 9 new cases in Dharavi9 new #COVID19 positive cases have been reported in Dharavi area of Mumbai today, taking the total number of cases… https://t.co/2iXzgqNyn9— ANI (@ANI) 15970654730002020-08-10 18:47(IST) Railway Board clarifies no new train circular issued, suspension of trains to continueThe Railway Board on Monday clarified that no new circular has been issued regarding resumption or suspension of trains and the services will remain suspended until further notice. A notification doing the rounds on social media stated that all mail/express, passenger and suburban train services will continue to remain suspended till September 30 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more2020-08-10 17:53(IST) Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa tests negative, discharged from hospitalChief Minister BS Yediyurappa has tested negative for Covid-19 and was discharged from the hospital on Monday. The CM had tested positive on August 2 and was immediately admitted to the Manipal Hospital. Read more2020-08-10 17:05(IST) COVID-19: Five heartwarming posts to drive your Monday blues awayAs quarantine continues, many have taken to indulging in their hobbies and also spreading kindness. Here are five posts curated by us to drive your Monday blues away. Read more2020-08-10 16:40(IST) Cop arrested on charges of custodial deaths of father-son duo in Sattankulam dies of Covid-19A cop arrested on charges of custodial deaths of a father-son duo in Sattankulam in Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu died of Covid-19. The state recorded 119 Covid-19 deaths on Sunday with 5994 fresh cases. Special sub-inspector Paldurai, 56, was tested positive for the virus on July 24. Following this, he was shifted from the Madurai Central Prison to the Government Rajaji Hospital where he succumbed in the small hours of Monday, sources said. Read the full story here2020-08-10 15:23(IST) Idol makers from Pune say COVID-19 has affected their businessesMaharashtra: Idol makers from Pune say #COVID19 has affected their businesses as they have not got orders for Ganes… https://t.co/YMiLM1YLXn— ANI (@ANI) 15970517820002020-08-10 14:55(IST) Captain Amarinder Singh urges all Punjabis to come together against Covid-19Back in my Army days, I had learnt a very important lesson that when we fight together we don’t get battle fatigue.… https://t.co/jkIgehqNyN— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) 15970240200002020-08-10 14:54(IST) Politicians wish speedy recovery to Pranab Mukherjee2020-08-10 14:38(IST) SC adjourns till next week plea for timely salaries to healthcare workers on COVID dutyThe Supreme Court on Monday adjourned for next week hearing on a petition seeking timely payment of salaries to the doctors and healthcare workers who are engaged in COVID-19 duty across the country.A bench of the apex court headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan was hearing a plea filed by Dr Arushi Jain seeking suitable accommodation, quarantine and other facilities for medical workers who are involved in treating COVID-19 patients.2020-08-10 14:07(IST) BMC starts second phase of sero-survey in MumbaiThe Mumbai civic body has started the second phase of sero-surveillance study in the city from Monday to assess the spread of COVID-19 and how many people have developed antibodies against the disease.2020-08-10 13:54(IST) COVID-19: Fine for not wearing masks increased to Rs 1,000 in GujaratThe fine for not wearing a mask has been increased to Rs 1,000 from August 11 onwards, said Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Monday.Earlier, the fine for mask violation was Rs 500 in Gujarat which had come into effect from August 1 onwards.2020-08-10 13:35(IST) Maharashtra, Delhi refuse to conduct final term exams; SC grants UGC time to respondThe Supreme Court on Monday granted time to the University Grants Commission (UGC) to respond to the affidavits filed by Maharashtra and Delhi governments, in which they submitted they will not conduct the final term exams at state universities as per the circular.Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the UGC, submitted that Maharashtra and Delhi have filed an affidavit and have taken a decision that they will not conduct the examination in state universities and have cancelled the exams. READ MORE2020-08-10 13:34(IST) 56 prison inmates test positive for coronavirus in UP's BareillyAt least 56 inmates of two prisons in Bareilly of Uttar Pradesh have tested positive for COVID-19, officials said."Reports of 51 inmates of central jail and five inmates of district jail have been found positive for COVID-19" District Surveillance Officer, Ashok Kumar said.2020-08-10 13:26(IST) Pranab Mukherjee tests positive for COVID019On a visit to the hospital for a separate procedure, I have tested positive for COVID19 today. 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2020-08-10Mumbai, Aug 10 (PTI) Following are the top stories from the Western Region at 1700 HRS. - Yahoo India News
Mumbai, Aug 10 (PTI) Following are the top stories from the Western Region at 1700 HRS.PTI10 August 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareBOM2 MH-VIRUS-SERO SURVEY COVID-19: BMC starts second phase of sero-survey in Mumbai Mumbai: The Mumbai civic body has started the second phase of sero-surveillance study in the city from Monday to assess the spread of COVID-19 and how many people have developed antibodies against the disease.BOM3 GJ-VIRUS-MASKS-FINE Fine for not wearing mask raised to Rs 1,000 in Gujarat Gandhinagar: In a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Gujarat government on Monday increased the fine for not wearing mask in public places to Rs 1,000 from the present Rs 500.BOM4 MH-VIRUS-BMC-AI-STUDY BMC to conduct study to assess efficacy of AI-based COVID test Mumbai: The Mumbai civic body has decided to conduct a study to assess the efficacy of an artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology which claims to detect coronavirus infection within half a minute, a senior official said on Monday.BOM1 GJ-FARMERS-SCHEME Guj launches new scheme to compensate farmers for crop loss Gandhinagar: The Gujarat government on Monday launched a new scheme under which farmers facing crop losses due to drought, excess rain or unseasonal rain will get compensation without collection of any premium from them.BES11 GA-MH-VIRUS-FADNAVIS COVID-19 situation in Maha serious, says Fadnavis Panaji: Maharashtra BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Monday said the COVID-19 situation in his state was serious and it accounted for 42 per cent of all deaths nationwide due to the infection.BES7 GJ-HOUSE COLLAPSE Three of family killed as house collapses after heavy rain Godhra: Three members of a family, including a four- year-old child, were killed and one member was injured after their house collapsed due to heavy rains in Gujarat's Panchmahal district on Monday morning, police said.BES10 MH-SUSHANT-RAUT-NIRUPAM Cong's Nirupam attacks Raut for comments on Sushant's family Mumbai: Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam on Monday launched a veiled attack on Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, accusing him of making 'frivolous' statements about late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's family and said the saffron party should show sensibility.LGB1 MH-HC-63 MOONS-CHIDAMBARAM Enquiry on in 63 moons complaint against Chidambaram:CBI to HC Mumbai: The CBI told the Bombay High Court on Monday that it was conducting preliminary enquiry into the complaint filed by 63 moons technologies limited against former Union finance minister P Chidambaram and two other bureaucrats alleging abuse of official powers.BES9 CG-MINOR-RAPE Teacher arrested for raping minor girl in Raipur Raipur: A nine-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a teacher at her home in Raipur, police said on Monday.BES3 MH-FIRE Maha: Fire at commercial building in Thane; no casualty Thane: A fire broke out in a three-storey commercial building in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra's Thane district, a fire official said on Monday.BES2 MH-BUTTERFLIES-MATHERAN 77 new butterfly species found in Matheran: BNHS Mumbai: As many as 77 new species of butterflies have been found in the ecologically sensitive forest of Matheran hill station near Mumbai during a study conducted there over the last eight years, according to the Bombay Natural History Society. 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2020-08-10Is Mumbai Metropolitan Region flattening the COVID curve | Thane NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
Is Mumbai Metropolitan Region flattening the COVID curve | Monday | 10th August, 2020 The number of active cases in MMR has reduced by another 25% in the past 11 days (July 29 to August 9). The number of active cases of COVID-19 there is now around 28,000 and the recovery rate has increased to 74% from 60%. It resulted in an increase in the number of cases in the MMR region comprising Thane district, Thane city, Kalyan-Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Mira-Bhayandar, Palghar and Vasai-Virar. Pic/Sameer MarkandeThe number of new cases per day had crossed 2,000 in July and the number of active cases reached 45,000 in mid-July. The number of active cases on August 8 was 28,768 against 38, 568 active cases on July 29. 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/is-mmr-flattening-the-covid-curve/22927200 Related Articles GD Goenka World School Celebrates Recognition Day Sponsored Mumbai Crime Five arrested for illegal sand dredging in Thane Sunday | 9th August, 2020 Mumbai 1300 new COVID 19 cases but active cases less than 20000 Sunday | 9th August, 2020 Mumbai Rains Man swept away in swollen nullah in Thane body found Thursday | 6th August, 2020 Mumbai Rains CM Uddhav Thackeray asks people to avoid going outdoors Thursday | 6th August, 2020 Mumbai Rains City records over 100 mm rains IMD says possibility of flash floods Wednesday | 5th August, 2020 NYOOOZ Video Most Viewed National news Is Mumbai Metropolitan Region flattening the COVID curve Thane Asha workers booked for protesting at Jantar Mantar Delhi 12th Aug, 2020 Maharashtra govt to grant state funeral to Air India pilot Capt. Deepak Vasant Sathe Mumbai 11th Aug, 2020 Mamata raises issue of financial dues during Covid meeting with PM Modi Kolkata 12th Aug, 2020 Covid-19 update: Karnataka reported 4,267 fresh cases on Monday Bengaluru 11th Aug, 2020 61 Students of Analog IAS Academy Make it to Civil Services Hyderabad 5th Aug, 2020 Tamil producer V Swaminathan dies due to Covid-19 Chennai 11th Aug, 2020 No grand pandal Shrimant Dagdusheth Ganapati this year amid COVID-19 pandemmic Pune 11th Aug, 2020 Hot Jobs UPSC Recruitment 2020: Apply for Scientific Office, Lecturer and other vacancies @upsconline.nic.in NHM Uttarakhand Recruitment 2020: Apply for 300 CHO/MLHP vacancies, apply before August 17 Bumper vacancy! Delhi Police Recruitment 2020 Notification (Out); Apply for 5846 Constable Posts @delhipolice.nic.in South East Central Railway Recruitment 2020: Apply for 432 Apprentice Posts @apprenticeshipindia.org Delhi Police Recruitment 2020: 5, 846 vacancies begin @ssc.nic.in: Direct link to apply 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
2020-08-10COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur left with less than 500 active cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur left with less than 500 active casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur left with less than 500 active casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 10, 2020, 20:45 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto for representative purpose onlyThane: Ulhasnagar reported 29 new coronavirus cases on Monday and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,166. With 87 recoveries on Monday, as many as 6,547 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 460 while 159 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 29 new cases, a maximum of 10 came up in Ulhasnagar-5, followed by nine in Ulhasnagar-4, six in Ulhasnagar-3, three in Ulhasnagar-1 and only one in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 37 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 4,285. At present, 369 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 166 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 3,750 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 61 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 3,128 with 52 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Vardatma Residency, Ramnagar, Rameshwadi, Katrap, Subhash Nagar and Entilla Dev Apartments, while the remaining were from Shashwat Park, Gorakhdham, Ambedkar Chowk, Jagannath Arcade, Belauli, Gaondevi Road, Dattawadi, Manjarli, Mohanandnagar, Krishna Estate, Yadav Nagar and Gandhi Chowk. So far, 2,740 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 336 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 One plan that gives you life cover & critical illness cover^Max Life InsuranceGet discount coupons on your stay with Oyo wizard membershipTIMESPOINTSPOWER YOUR PRODUCTIVITYDell India2 & 3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37L with 20+ amenitiesBrigade El DoradoThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career Timesகழிக்கலாம்?பணம் சம்பாதிப்பது எப்படி? ஜாலியான விளையாட்டுகள் மBinomo Insure your car and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzMillionaire exposed: Her 3 year self-made crorepati secret!Style & LifeBuild your financial immunity for Apno ki #PoornaSurakshaSBI Life InsuranceGet rid of dull moments with home theatre and speakers!AmazonThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesYou never saw such resignation letter as this KFC boy wrote.Dayposts
2020-08-10Major fire in Ulhasnagar in Thane - United News of India
Major fire in Ulhasnagar in ThaneThane, Aug 10 (UNI) In a major fire incident, a three-storied commercial structure was destroyed at the Ulhasnagar in the Thane district of Maharashtra, the fire brigade sources said on Monday. Around 2030 hrs on Sunday, the fire broke out in the Roshan Printers in the Press Market locality and spread to the upper floors.Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsMarathwada region reports more than 1,400 cases of COVID-1911 Aug 2020 | 8:15 AMAurangabad, Aug 11 (UNI) At least 1,447 cases of COVID-19 were reported across the eight districts of Maharashtra's Marathwada region on Tuesday, taking the total number of cases to 33, 613.see more..Covid-19 cases in Nashik breach 20K11 Aug 2020 | 3:34 AMNashik, Aug 10 (UNI) With the detection of 537 new corona positive patients here in a single day on Monday, the district's tally shot up to 20,511.see more..Covid-19 cases in Thane cross 99K11 Aug 2020 | 3:07 AMThane, Aug 10 (UNI) With addition of 964 fresh corona positive cases here in a single day on Monday, the district's tally surged to 99,131, an official of the district collectorate said here.see more..Minister Shinde condemns TV journalist for referring Maha CM by his first name11 Aug 2020 | 2:43 AMThane, Aug 10 (UNI) Maharashtra and District Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde on Monday condemned a journalist in the channel media (Arnab Goswami) for allegedly referring Shiv Sena chief and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray by his first name.see more..Covid-19 cases surpass 11K in Kolhapur11 Aug 2020 | 12:33 AMKolhapur, Aug 10 (UNI) As many as 622 fresh corona positive patients and 20 deaths were reported here in a single day on Monday, taking the district's tally and the death toll of such cases to 11,061 and 302, respectively.see more.. UNI PhotoPRAYAGRAJ, AUG 10 (UNI):- Police stopping motorcyclist to check for the pillion rider on bikes in Prayagraj on Monday. In Uttar Pradesh only one person is allowed on a motorcycle. UNI PHOTO-A37UPRAYAGRAJ, AUG 10 (UNI):- Police stopping motorcyclist to check for the pillion rider on bikes in Prayagraj on Monday. In Uttar Pradesh only one person is allowed on a motorcycle. UNI PHOTO-A36UPRAYAGRAJ, AUG 10 (UNI):- Police stopping motorcyclist to check for the pillion rider on bikes in Prayagraj on Monday. In Uttar Pradesh only one person is allowed on a motorcycle. UNI PHOTO-A35UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 10 (UNI) Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan speaking during the meeting convened by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi with CM's of six states through video conference to review the preparedness to deal with current flood situation, inThiruvananthapuram on Monday.UNI PHOTO-34UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 10 (UNI) Former Kerala leg-spinner K N Ananthapadmanabhan with family,who has been promoted to the International Cricket Council's (ICC) international panel of umpires on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A33UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 10 (UNI) A view of the houses destroyed in high tidal waves at Vettucaud coastal area near Thiruvananthapuram on Monday.UNI PHOTO-32UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 10 (UNI) A view of the houses destroyed in high tidal waves at Vettucaud coastal area near Thiruvananthapuram on Monday.UNI PHOTO-31UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, AUG 10 (UNI) Former Kerala leg-spinner K N Ananthapadmanabhan has been promoted to the International Cricket Council's (ICC) international panel of umpires on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A30UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing decorative items for the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A29UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing decorative items for the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A28UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing decorative items for the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A27UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing decorative items for the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A26UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Idols of Ganesha mother Gauri kept at a showroom for sale ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A25UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing idols of Ganesha mother Gauri ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A24UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing idols of Ganesha mother Gauri ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A23UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing idols of Ganesha mother Gauri ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival, in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A22UHYDERABAD AUG 10 (UNI):- Central Medical Team Dr Paul, Aarti Ahuja, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health Government of India and Dr Raveendran, met Telangana Health Minsiter Eatala Rajender, and Somesh Kumar, Chief Secretary, to discuss various issues related to COVID management with state officials at BRKR Bhavan, Hyderabad on Monday.UNI PHOTO-RAO11UHYDERABAD AUG 10 (UNI):- Central Medical Team Dr Paul, Aarti Ahuja, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health Government of India and Dr Raveendran, met Telangana Health Minsiter Eatala Rajender, and Somesh Kumar, Chief Secretary, to discuss various issues related to COVID management with state officials at BRKR Bhavan, Hyderabad on Monday.UNI PHOTO-RAO10UMUMBAI, AUG 10 (UNI) - Mumbaikar purchasing Lord Ganesh idols ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival,in Mumbai on Monday.UNI PHOTO-A21UHYDERABAD AUG 10 (UNI):- Central Medical Team Dr Paul, Aarti Ahuja, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health Government of India and Dr Raveendran, met Telangana Health Minsiter Eatala Rajender, and Somesh Kumar, Chief Secretary, to discuss various issues related to COVID management with state officials at BRKR Bhavan, Hyderabad on Monday.UNI PHOTO-RAO9U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Tuesday, Aug 11 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 :-
2020-08-10Three more cops succumb, Maharashtra Police toll rises to 118 - Hindustan Times
2020-08-10Maharashtra: Fire breaks out at Ulhasnagar’s press bazaar; no casualty - Hindustan Times
2020-08-09Vada pav shopkeeper dies, 11 hurt as gas cylinder explodes in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Vada pav shopkeeper dies, 11 hurt as gas cylinder explodes in UlhasnagarVada pav shopkeeper dies, 11 hurt as gas cylinder explodes in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 9, 2020, 09:16 ISTMost of the injured were nearby shopkeepers.ULHASNAGAR: A vada pav shopkeeper died and 11 others suffered injuries after a gas cylinder exploded in Ulhasnagar on Saturday afternoon. Ravindra Gupta alias Pappu (40) died during treatment, while his brother Dinesh is seriously injured and is at Shivneri hospital. Police said others suffered 10-20% injuries and were admitted to Shivneri and Balaji hospitals. Nearby residents said around 1pm, Pappu, Dinesh and their helper, Kashi Gupta, were in the shop. Pappu was frying vadas when a minor fire started. Pappu and the others tried to control it. Manoj Jaiswal, who owns a fruit shop adjoining Pappu's, and is in hospital, told TOI, "Seeing the fire, we tried to help him, when the cylinder exploded, resulting in all of us getting injured." Residents alerted the fire brigade. Ulhasnagar municipal corporation PRO Dr Yuvraj Bhadane said, "Our team rushed to the spot and controlled the fire within few minutes before it could spread to other shops." The fire brigade said Pappu, who suffered serious injuries, was taken to Central hospital, where he died during treatment. Pappu, who has been running the shop for 15 years, is survived by wife, two minor daughters and a son. Kailash Chainani, the local corporator's son, said, "Most of those who were injured are shopkeepers who went inside to help control the fire when the cylinder exploded." Doctors told Vithalwadi police that Dinesh suffered 40% burn injuries, while others suffered 10-20% injuries. Vithalwadi police are registering a case. 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2020-08-09One killed, 11 injured by LPG cylinder blast in Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
One killed, 11 injured by LPG cylinder blast in UlhasnagarBy Priyanka DhomseRepresentational image An LPG cylinder blast shook Uhasnagar citizens on Saturday afternoon, killing on person and injuring several others. The incident occurred around 1 pm. A civic official from the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) said that the blast had occurred in the 'Jai Mata Di' snacks centre, shop number 495, near Venus cinema, Ulhasnagar camp number 4. The shop located close to the street was surrounded by the rush of pedestrians and motorists. "At the time of the incident more than 20 people were surrounding the shop, eating snacks. The sudden LPG cylinder blast led to a huge fire, which caused major damage to the shop. While one person was killed, 11 others had been injured. They are undertaking medical treatment at the Central hospital in Ulhasnagar and other two private hospitals in the vicinity" said an official from UMC."The crowd moving out of the shop started running away from the site of the incident after witnessing the huge blast of fire," said one of the eye witness present at the spot, during the incident.The injured were immediately taken to nearby hospitals in Ulhasnagar, while the fire brigade was informed about the incident. The fire was brought under control within two hours of the incident."The owner of the shop Pappu Gupta, 35, was declared dead on arrival by the doctors at the hospital. He had suffered serious burn injuries. The 11 injured people are from those who were standing outside the shop premises eating snacks. Among the injured people, around 5 victims have received serious injuries. All are undergoing medical treatment at the hospital," informed an UMC official."It have been noticed that the owner of the shop was using 3 LPG cylinders at a time, at his shop. However, the police are investigating in this matter," added the UMC official.Also ReadCOVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36L (To view our epaper please click here. For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go) Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Pune: With 1,627 new cases, PMC's COVID-19 tally jumps to 98,695; death toll reaches 2,375IMF's Gita Gopinath confirms India’s GDP as most affected among G-20 countries'John Wick' hacks PM Modi's personal website's Twitter handleIndia ranked in top 50 nations in the Global Innovation Index 2020Coronavirus in Maharashtra: State records 17,433 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 8,25,739 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
2020-08-09Mumbai Aug 10 PTI Following are the top stories from the Western Region at 1700 HRS. - THE WEEK
Mumbai Aug 10 PTI Following are the top stories from the Western Region at 1700 HRS. PTI August 10, 2020 17:14 IST     BOM2 MH-VIRUS-SERO SURVEYCOVID-19: BMC starts second phase of sero-survey in Mumbai     Mumbai: The Mumbai civic body has started the secondphase of sero-surveillance study in the city from Monday toassess the spread of COVID-19 and how many people havedeveloped antibodies against the disease.    BOM3 GJ-VIRUS-MASKS-FINEFine for not wearing mask raised to Rs 1,000 in Gujarat     Gandhinagar: In a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19,the Gujarat government on Monday increased the fine for notwearing mask in public places to Rs 1,000 from the present Rs500.    BOM4 MH-VIRUS-BMC-AI-STUDYBMC to conduct study to assess efficacy of AI-based COVID test     Mumbai: The Mumbai civic body has decided to conduct astudy to assess the efficacy of an artificial intelligence(AI)-based technology which claims to detect coronavirusinfection within half a minute, a senior official said onMonday.    BOM1 GJ-FARMERS-SCHEMEGuj launches new scheme to compensate farmers for crop loss     Gandhinagar: The Gujarat government on Monday launcheda new scheme under which farmers facing crop losses due todrought, excess rain or unseasonal rain will get compensationwithout collection of any premium from them.    BES11 GA-MH-VIRUS-FADNAVISCOVID-19 situation in Maha serious, says Fadnavis     Panaji: Maharashtra BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis onMonday said the COVID-19 situation in his state was seriousand it accounted for 42 per cent of all deaths nationwide dueto the infection.    BES7 GJ-HOUSE COLLAPSEThree of family killed as house collapses after heavy rain     Godhra: Three members of a family, including a four-year-old child, were killed and one member was injured aftertheir house collapsed due to heavy rains in Gujarat'sPanchmahal district on Monday morning, police said.    BES10 MH-SUSHANT-RAUT-NIRUPAMCong's Nirupam attacks Raut for comments on Sushant's family     Mumbai: Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam on Mondaylaunched a veiled attack on Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, accusinghim of making "frivolous" statements about late actor SushantSingh Rajput's family and said the saffron party should showsensibility.    LGB1 MH-HC-63 MOONS-CHIDAMBARAMEnquiry on in 63 moons complaint against Chidambaram:CBI to HC     Mumbai: The CBI told the Bombay High Court on Mondaythat it was conducting preliminary enquiry into the complaintfiled by 63 moons technologies limited against former Unionfinance minister P Chidambaram and two other bureaucratsalleging abuse of official powers.    BES9 CG-MINOR-RAPETeacher arrested for raping minor girl in Raipur     Raipur: A nine-year-old girl was allegedly raped by ateacher at her home in Raipur, police said on Monday.    BES3 MH-FIREMaha: Fire at commercial building in Thane; no casualty     Thane: A fire broke out in a three-storey commercialbuilding in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra's Thanedistrict, a fire official said on Monday.    BES2 MH-BUTTERFLIES-MATHERAN77 new butterfly species found in Matheran: BNHS     Mumbai: As many as 77 new species of butterflies havebeen found in the ecologically sensitive forest of Matheranhill station near Mumbai during a study conducted there overthe last eight years, according to the Bombay Natural HistorySociety. PTIRSY RSY (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Flood-hit Karnataka asks PM Modi for special assistance of Rs 4,000 crore ISL: Subhasish Bose leaves Mumbai City FC Sanjay Dutt discharged from hospital Investors pull out Rs 2,480 crore from equity mutual funds on profit booking Findings shed new light on the evolution of small genomes Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-08-09One killed, 11 hurt in cylinder blast in Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Sunday, August 9, 2020, 6:00 AM IST One killed, 11 injured in Ulhasnagar cylinder blastBy Priyanka Dhomse The owner of the shop was using 3 LPG cylinders at a time Thane: Owner of an eatery died and 11 others were injured when a gas cylinder exploded in Ulhasnagar town of Thane district on Saturday.The incident took place at around 1:00 pm in 'Jai Mata Di' snacks centre near Venus Cinema, Ulhasnagar, informed civic official from Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC)."There were more than 20 people in the premises eating snacks when the gas cylinder exploded resulting in a huge fire, which caused major damage to the shop. The injured are under treatment at the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar and other two private hospitals in the vicinity," said the official."The crowd ran out of the shop after hearing the sound of the blast and the huge fire," said one of the eye witness present at the spot.The injured were immediately rushed to the nearby hospitals in Ulhasnagar, while the fire brigade was soon informed about the incident. The fire was brought under control within two hours of the incident."The owner of the shop, Pappu Gupta (35), was declared dead on arrival. The injured people were standing out of the shop premises eating snacks. Nearly five of them received serious injuries, all are undergoing treatment at the hospital," informed UMC official."It has been noticed that the owner of the shop was using 3 LPG cylinders at a time at his shop. However, the police are investigating in this matter," added UMC 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) cylinder blast Recent StoriesCoronavirus latest updates: India’s COVID-19 tally crosses 37 lakh mark, records 78,357 new casesCoronavirus in India: 90% COVID-19 fatalities above 40 years of age, 69% men Ghulam Nabi Azad, Kapil Sibal should exit Congress, join BJP: Ramdas Athawale Coronavirus in Chennai: One-fifth of city's population exposed to COVID-19, shows sero surveyAmid tension with China, India strengthens presence in southern bank area of Pangong lake 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
2020-08-08Fire at snack centre in Ulhasnagar kills one, 12 injured - Hindustan Times
2020-08-08Watch: Cylinder blasts at a Vada Pav shop in Ulhasnagar; one dead, 11 injured - Mumbai Mirror
Watch: Cylinder blasts at a Vada Pav shop in Ulhasnagar; one dead, 11 injuredYou are in an offline modeWatch: Cylinder blasts at a Vada Pav shop in Ulhasnagar; one dead, 11 injuredBySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 8, 2020, 18:20 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeThane: A major fire broke out at Ulhasnagar-4 on Saturday afternoon after a cooking cylinder blasted at a snack corner, killing one and injuring 11 others. The incident occurred at Jai Mata Di Nasta House, which is located in Venus Chowk, around 1.05 pm. The deceased has been identified as Pappu Gupta, who was the owner of the shop. Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation PRO, Yuvraj Badhane, informed Mirror Online that 11 victims, who have suffered minor burns, were rushed to the private Shivneri hospital. The owner was critical and he was being treated at the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar-3, which is run by the government. "As soon as we got to know of the fire, officials from the civic fire station, which was just half a kilometre away from the place of incident, rushed to the spot and doused the fire within no time," Bhadane said. He added that the fire was only contained in the snacks centre and none of the shops nearby suffered any damages. However, the mishap charred most of the property inside the snack corner. This is a developing story. More information to follow. In Video: Ulhasnagar: Cylinder blasts at a Vada Pav shop in Venus ChowkRELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: No respite for Ulhasnagar, Ambernath; Badlapur sees...Jul 08, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath numbers continue to shoot; Ba...Jun 23, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020 Excel your skills! Upto 70% off on musical instruments!AmazonFeel-good lingerie and loungewear at up to 60% off!Ajio.comBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoAvail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.The Sanctuary: Exclusive plots and villas at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuaryWe Scouted The Best 'Work From Home' DealsIndiatimes Own your dream Mercedes-Benz GLE online in a few clicks!The Mercedes-Benz GLEInsure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesMillionaire mom exposes: Make lakhs per month from home!Style & Life18-year-old becomes the richest boy by making money online.DaypostsClearance SALE. FLAT 75% off on Branded Watches, COD AvailableSwiss Watches
2020-08-08One dead, 11 injured in fire after cylinder blast in Thane - United News of India
One dead, 11 injured in fire after cylinder blast in ThaneThane, Aug 8 (UNI) A 'vada-pav' stall owner died and at least 11 others were injured, some of them seriously, in a massive fire that broke out after a cooking gas cylinder explosion in Ulhasnagar town of the district on Saturday. The incident occurred in the afternoon at around 1330 hours, in which the owner Pappu Gupta (35) was killed, police said. Besides him, those around the stall were badly injured and had been rushed to a local hospital for treatment, of them, at least three to four are said to be serious. Immediately upon getting the information, a Disaster Control Cell team of the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation rushed to the scene, along with the fire-fighters, and put out the blaze and carried out rescue and relief operation. The entire vicinity was rocked by the blast and the resultant fire was also visible from distant places. Due to the blast, the vehicular traffic was affected for quite some time, it was stated. 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2020-08-08COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra tally crosses 5 lakh; Dharavi reports 8 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra tally crosses 5 lakh; Dharavi reports 8 casesAug 8, 2020, 23.02PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra tally crosses 5 lakh; Dharavi reports 8 casesWith 300 more fatalities on Friday, Maharashtra's COVID deaths crossed the 17,000 mark while the state recorded 10,483 more cases. However, the state recovery rate went up from 65.94 per cent to 66.76 per cent. In some positive development, Mumbai deaths dropped below the 50-plus range with cases below 900. Pune district, another hotspot in the state, now has 1.7 lakh cases. CM Uddhav Thackeray has asked officials to focus on tracing patients and contacts. India, for the ninth consecutive day, continued reporting over 50k cases, with Saturday recording the over 60,000 cases.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-08 23:02(IST) 2,639 new coronavirus cases in Pune districtPune district reported 2,639 newcoronavirus cases since previous evening, taking its case count to 1,05,523 on Saturday, a health official said here.The death toll due to the pandemic, on the other hand, reached 2,414 with 70 patients dying in the district since Friday evening, he said.1,290 new cases were found in the Pune Municipal Corporation limits, which has recorded 64,576 cases so far. At the same time, 1,961 patients were discharged from the hospitals, the official said.With 987 new patients being detected, the case count in Pimpri-Chinchwad area stands at 28,065.2020-08-08 22:47(IST) Union Minister who endorsed 'papad' to boost immunity against Covid-19 tests positiveUnion minister Arjun Ram Meghwal, who had recently endorsed an indigenous "papad" brand claiming that eating the "papad" will help fight the deadly coronavirus, on Saturday tested positive for Covid-19."Meghwal was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at around 10 a.m. after he complained of difficulty in breathing," a doctor told IANS.However, his condition is said to be stable now. He is receiving treatment under Neeraj Nishchal, who is a professor at the department of Medicine at AIIMS, as per sources.2020-08-08 22:38(IST) Maha Governor visits Sir JJ Group of Hospitals in MumbaiMaharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Saturday visited state-run Sir JJ Group of Hospitals in Mumbai.The Governor appreciated the efforts of doctors, nurses, paramedical workers and staff for rendering services to patients in the present challenging situation.2020-08-08 22:06(IST) Badlapur crosses 3000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath witness rise in daily countUlhasnagar reported 45 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,114. In Badlapur, 67 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,013 with 51 fatalities. Ambernath reported 63 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday taking the total number to 4,182. Read more2020-08-08 21:17(IST) Maharashtra COVID tally crosses 5 lakh with record 12,822 new casesMaharashtra on Saturday reported ahighest single-day spike of 12,822 new coronavirus cases, taking the tally in the state to 5,03,084, a health official said.With 275 COVID-19 patients succumbing, the death toll in the state increased to 17,367, he added.However, a record 11,082 patients were also discharged from hospitals, taking the tally of recovered coronavirus patients to 3,38,362, the official added.There are 1,47,048 active coronavirus patients in Maharashtra now, he said.2020-08-08 20:58(IST) India records higher single-day spike in Covid-19 cases compared to US, Brazil for fourth consecutive dayFor the fourth consecutive day, India recorded a higher-single day spike in Covid-19 cases, as compared to the United States and Brazil, that are the top two worst-hit countries in the world. India stands at the third place with a total of 20.88 lakh cases reported so far and an unprecedented single day rise in cases over the last 24 hours at 61,537 new cases.The Health Ministry, however, maintained that when ‘compared globally, India has one of the lowest cases per million at 1,469 as against the global average of 2,425.’ The Case Fatality Rate (CFR) at 2.04 percent too is comparatively lower than the global average. “With focused efforts to reduce mortalities due to Covid-19, India has registered one of the lowest deaths per million at 30 as compared to the global average of 91 deaths per million. There has been a sharp increase in recoveries. With 48,900 patients discharged in the last 24 hours, India’s total recoveries from Covid-19 has reached 14,27,005,” an official statement from the ministry read.2020-08-08 19:12(IST) With 58,173 new coronavirus cases, US caseload crosses 4.9 millionThe United States has reported 58,173 new coronavirus cases on Friday, bringing the total past 4.9 million, according to Johns Hopkins University."The first case of COVID-19 in the US was reported 198 days ago on 22.01.2020. Yesterday, the country reported 58,173 new confirmed cases and 1,243 deaths," it said.The country is expected to cross the 5 million thresholds in the coming days. It leads the world both in terms of coronavirus cases and deaths estimated at over 161,300.Overall, there have been 19.4 million cases confirmed globally and almost 721,800 people have died from virus-related complications. Another 11.7 million have recovered.2020-08-08 19:11(IST) Dharavi reports 8 new casesDharavi, which reported just one case a few days ago, has reported eight new cases on Saturday.The total number of cases in the largest slum of Asia is now pitched at 2,612, while the number of active cases stands at 83. The area has been witnessing a steady rise in the number of recoveries, which has now climbed to 2,271.2020-08-08 18:25(IST) COVID-19 positive hockey players doing fine: Coach Graham ReidThe five hockey players who tested positive for COVID-19 at the Sports Authority of India's (SAI) centre in Bengaluru are being attended to by the centre's in-house doctor in addition to a doctor from the state government, SAI said on Saturday. Additionally, SAI said that it has "got on board expert doctors from Manipal Hospital."SAI had earlier announced that five players from the men's hockey team, including captain Manpreet Singh, had tested positive for COVID-19 upon arrival at the centre for the hockey national camp. SAI had said that the men's and women's teams were to assemble at the centre for the camp on August 4."The vitals of the players like temperature, oxygen levels have been monitored and all five players have been found to be mild symptomatic cases," Dr. Avinash HR, who has been deputed by the state government and diagnosed the players on Saturday, said in a SAI statement.2020-08-08 18:25(IST) 8 states/UTs report 14 per cent of Covid-19 deaths, higher than national averageAt least eight states and union territories are accounting for nearly 9 per cent of India's active cases and about 14 per cent of COVID-19 deaths, even higher than national Case Fatality Rate (CFR) average, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW).The MoHWF said that about 13 districts concentrated within these eight states and union territories are reporting maximum coronavirus cases.These include - Kamrup Metro in Assam; Patna in Bihar; Ranchi in Jharkhand; Alappuzha and Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala; Ganjam in Odisha; Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh; 24 Paraganas North, Hooghly, Howrah, Kolkata and Maldah in West Bengal and Delhi.2020-08-08 16:21(IST) All the accident victims will be tested for COVID including those who died in the crash. So far, only one victim has tested positive for Coronavirus: Kerala Chief Minister's Office (CMO)2020-08-08 16:04(IST) COVID-19 patient tries to jump off Kolkata hospital buildingA COVID-19 patient in Kolkata tried to jump off a hospital building on Saturday after breaking the windowpane with an oxygen cylinder but was saved by an alert health worker, police said.The incident happened around 9 am at the Calcutta Medical College and Hospital, they said.2020-08-08 15:55(IST) COVID-19 tests of all cyclists, support staff before start of camp on Aug 14 return negative: SAIThe COVID-19 tests of all cyclists and support staff, who have been in quarantine on arrival ahead of the national camp beginning on August 14 here, have returned negative, the Sports Authority of India said on Saturday.2020-08-08 15:40(IST) IMA says nearly 200 doctors in India have succumbed to COVID-19 so far; requests PM's attentionA total of 196 doctors in the country, majority of them being general practitioners, have succumbed to COVID-19 so far, said the Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Saturday, requesting the prime minister for his attention on the issue.2020-08-08 15:06(IST) Ex MP Nandi Yellaiah succumbs to COVID-19 in TelanganaSenior Congress leader Nandi Yellaiah died of COVID-19 at a hospital here on Saturday, party sources said.Yellaiah (78) was admitted to Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences on July 29.2020-08-08 15:05(IST) Actor Abhishek Bachchan on Saturday said that he has tested negative for COVID-19.A promise is a promise! This afternoon I tested Covid-19 NEGATIVE!!! I told you guys I’d beat this. ���� thank you a… https://t.co/ctlmjLRidk— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) 15968772790002020-08-08 13:41(IST) 187 new COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths reported in Maharashtra PoliceA total of 187 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths were reported in the Maharashtra Police force in the last 24 hours, taking the total count to 10,614.2020-08-08 13:29(IST) Delhi: worst-hit districts asked to ramp up testing, ensure ambulance for allThe Union Health Ministry advised 16 districts in four states reporting Covid mortality above the national and state's average to ramp up testing and ensure availability of ambulances with the target of zero refusal. It will reduce case confirmation percentage in the area, the ministry has said.The Ministry on Friday said that the higher number of Covid-19 mortality reported in these districts are a "cause of concern," as deaths due to the Coronavirus rose to 42,518 on Saturday.2020-08-08 13:08(IST) COVID-19 may have longer incubation period of eight days, scientists sayThe incubation period of COVID-19, which is the time after which those infected with the novel coronavirus start showing the first symptoms, could be as much as eight days -- longer than previous estimates of four to five days -- says a new study which involved the largest amount of patient samples to date in such an analysis.2020-08-08 13:08(IST) Kozhikode flight crash: CISF personnel quarantined after passengers test positive for COVID-19The CISF has directed its personnel to go into preventive quarantine after at least two passengers of the Air India Express flight that crashed at Kozhikode tested positive for COVID-19, officials said on Saturday.The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has said it was the "first responder" to rescue passengers on Friday as its Assistant Sub Inspector Ajit Singh was on runway patrol when the Air India Express flight from Dubai with 190 people onboard overshot the table top runway, fell into a 35-foot valley and broke into two.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. 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2020-08-08COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 3000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath witness rise in daily count - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 3000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath witness rise in daily countYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 3000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath witness rise in daily countWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 8, 2020, 21:46 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 45 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,114. Also, with 89 recoveries on Saturday, as many as 6,378 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 582 while 154 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 45 new cases, the maximum of 18 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 10 in Ulhasnagar-5, eight in Ulhasnagar-3, five in Ulhasnagar-1 and four in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 63 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday taking the total number to 4,182. At present, 392 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 165 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,625 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Saturday, 67 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 3,013 with 51 fatalities. Most of the cases came up in Aditya Sankul, Rameshwadi, Shree Complex, Ritu World, Divya Villa and Mohan Highlands, while the remaining were from Belauli, Manjarli, Juveli, Kailash Nagar, Jadhav Colony, Barrage Road, Atmaram Nagar, Surya Nagar, Bhonsle Nagar, Rohidaswada, Mohan Plaza, Sambhaji Nagar, Vadavali, Valivali, Shivaji Chowk and Swapna Nagari. So far, 2,687 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 275 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.69 per cent and the recovery rate at 89.18 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 The time for progress is now. The Audi A6 powered by TFSI.AudiSign Up To Get $5 Worth of Cryptocurrency for Free.WazirX - Cryptocurrency ExchangeSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoGet medicines delivered at your doorstep @18% off on 1mgTIMESPOINTSSwitch to the right light with portable LED Ring light!Amazon EXPERIENCE VOLVO AT HOMEThe Volvo XC90The Sanctuary: Exclusive plots and villas at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuaryIf everything has a Value, then what about News?QuorHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Timesகழிக்கலாம்?பணம் சம்பாதிப்பது எப்படி? ஜாலியான விளையாட்டுகள் மBinomoCome over to Quor & experience the future of Search.Quor
2020-08-08Maharashtra: 1 dead, 11 injured in gas cylinder blast at Ulhasnagar in Thane district - Times of India
Maharashtra: 1 dead, 11 injured in gas cylinder blast at Ulhasnagar in Thane districtMaharashtra: 1 dead, 11 injured in gas cylinder blast at Ulhasnagar in Thane districtPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 8, 2020, 17:50 ISTULHASNAGAR: One person died and around 11 people were injured, four of them grievously, in a gas cylinder blast that took place at a vada pav shop at Ulhasnagar in the Thane district of Maharashtra. The owner of shop, Ravindra Gupta alias Pappu, who was rushed to the Central Hospital, died during treatment. The fire brigade officials said that those injured included customers, staffers and adjoining passers-by. #Video Gas cylinder explosion in a Vada Pav stall at Ulhasnagar causes panic; several injured, fire extinguished.… https://t.co/GMbLm57LIT— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1596886605000The incident took place on Saturday afternoon at camp number 4 in Ulhasnagar. The injured have been rushed to the Central Hospital and (private) Shiv Neri hospital in Ulhasnagar. The fire brigade officials brought the fire under control later. 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 IndiaCoronavirus vaccineD614G mutationCoronavirus India update liveDream11 IPLPranab MukherjeeAmit ShahFinal Year ExamsBHU Admit CardMukesh AmbaniLATEST VIDEOSCitySelf-styled godman Nithyananda sets up a bank called Reserve Bank of Kailasa Gujarat: Cop who never misses covering dead with shrouds spending money from his own pocket J&K: Top LeT commander Sajjad alias Haider killed in Baramulla encounter Delhi riots case: Enforcement Directorate grills suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain 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 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 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 IndiaCoronavirus vaccineD614G mutationCoronavirus India update liveDream11 IPLPranab MukherjeeAmit ShahFinal Year ExamsBHU Admit CardMukesh AmbaniITR Refund StatusSchools ReopenNewsWeekly HoroscopeCoronavirus 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 webSSR-Disha ChatSushant Death CaseSubramanian SwamyKangana RanautRhea ChakrabortyMadhur on SSR DeathSSR Father LawyerSpain to Shutter NightclubsBTS ArmyTrending topicsSSR-Kushal ChatSSR Business PartnerGajraj RaoSSR Case Live UpdatesKK SinghSanjay DuttIrrfan Khan's WifeSSR CaseJanhvi KapoorOxford Coronavirus VaccineMalaysia Coronavirus StrainCoronavirus VaccineAmazon App QuizRealme Buds PriceOppo Power Bank 2HP Envy Series LaptopAmazon SaleCoronavirus in BangaloreFollow 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
2020-08-08Maharashtra's COVID-19 cases tally close to 5 lakh - Mid-day
With nearly 10,500 COVID-19 cases recorded on Friday, the state is slowly inching towards the 5-lakh mark, even as the total fatalities due to the disease crossed 17,000. Meanwhile, Mumbai's daily count continued to remain below 1,000 cases and the city reported 45 deaths on Friday, second to Pune, which had 52 deaths. State health department officials said Pune continued to have the highest daily count with 1,946 fresh cases. The other districts that reported a high number of infections include Pimpri-Chinchwad with 905 cases, Nashik with 738 cases and Nagpur with 517 cases. The state's recovery rate increased to 66.76 per cent as 10,906 patients were discharged across Maharashtra. Of them, 1,236 were from Mumbai. About 1.45 lakh patients are currently being treated in the state and with more than 41,000 patients, Pune has the highest number of active cases. A total of 300 COVID-related deaths were reported in the state on Friday. Apart from Mumbai and Pune, a high number of fatalities was reported in Nashik with 25 deaths. In other districts, 18 deaths were reported in Pimpri-Chinchwad, 19 in Panvel, 15 each in Thane and Nagpur, 14 in Vasai-Virar, nine in Raigad, seven in Solapur, six each in Kalyan-Dombivli, Jalgaon, Satara, Kolhapur and Nanded, five each in Ahmednagar, Latur and Amravati, four each in Navi Mumbai, Bhiwandi and Aurangabad, three each in Mira-Bhayandar, Dhule, Sangli, Ratnagiri and Buldhana, two each in Ulhasnagar and Beed and one each in Malegaon, Osmanabad, Akola, Washim and one person from another state. The mortality rate among COVID-19 patients in the state has dropped marginally to 3.49 per cent. Officials, however, clarified that of the 300 deaths, 229 were from the last 48 hours while the rest happened last week. The recovery rate of the city continues to be 77 per cent and the doubling rate has increased to 85 days. The city's growth rate has dropped to 0.82 per cent and 12 administrative wards have a growth rate higher than the city's average led by R Central ward (1.33 per cent). 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 Coronavirusbrihanmumbai municipal corporationmaharashtramumbai news Maharashtra crosses China's entire COVID-19 tally
2020-08-08One dead, 11 injured in Ulhasnagar cylinder blast - The Hindu
One dead, 11 injured in Ulhasnagar cylinder blast Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Watch | All about the Chandni Chowk Redevelopment Project News Cities Mumbai Mumbai One dead, 11 injured in Ulhasnagar cylinder blast Raina Assainar Navi Mumbai, August 08, 2020 23:48 IST Updated: August 08, 2020 23:48 IST Raina Assainar Navi Mumbai, August 08, 2020 23:48 IST Updated: August 08, 2020 23:48 IST Fire at vada pav joint results in tragedy Share Article PRINT A A A Fire at vada pav joint results in tragedy One person died and 11 others were injured in a cylinder blast at a vada pav joint in Ulhasnagar in Thane district on Saturday afternoon.The blast ocurred around 1.05 p.m. at Jai Mata Di Nashta house at camp number 4 in section 25 near Venus Cinema Chowk. When the snack corner first caught fire, the owner, and workers and customers present there started dousing it. Within minutes, the cooking gas cylinder exploded injuring 12, including the owner, Ravindra alias Pappu Gupta, who died in hospital later.“Three of the seriously injured were taken to Central hospital and the others taken to Shivneri and Balaji Hospital,” Yuvraj Bhadane, public relations officer from Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation said. Gupta was declared dead at Central hospital. “Prima facie, we suspect that there would have been a short circuit and a minor LPG gas leakage,” a fire official said. Three fire engines from the Ulhasnagar fire station reached the spot to douse the fire.“Many people had crowded outside the shop when the fire started. Since the outlet was small, when the blast occurred, the blaze spread out beyond the shop itself. We reached the spot just as the flames intensified. 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2020-08-08Ulhasnagar: Cylinder blasts at a Vada Pav shop in Venus Chowk - Mumbai Mirror
Ulhasnagar: Cylinder blasts at a Vada Pav shop in Venus ChowkUlhasnagar: Cylinder blasts at a Vada Pav shop in Venus ChowkFacebookTwitterGoogle PlusLinkedinA major fire broke out at Ulhasnagar-4 on Saturday afternoon after a cooking cylinder blasted at a snack corner, injuring 12. The incident occurred at Jai Mata Di Nasta House, which is located in Venus Chowk, around 1.05 pm. Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation PRO, Yuvraj Badhane, informed Mirror Online that 11 of the victims have suffered minor burns and were rushed to the private Shivneri hospital. One person is critical and is being treated at the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar-3, which is run by the government. 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2020-08-08Built for Covid care, Thane centre turns away 8-yr-old - Mumbai Mirror
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Photo by Prashant NarvekarSays has no paediatric ICU; shunted across four hospitals, the girl may need an urgent dialysis soon. The Thane Municipal Corporation’s (TMC) 1,000-bed Covid-19 care centre at Balkum twice turned away an eight-year-old tribal girl from Ambernath, diagnosed with coronavirus and ill for around a week, saying it doesn’t have a paediatric ICU (PICU). Kept in the care of a non-Covid-19 hospital in Kalwa for two days, she was finally taken to a dedicated Covid-19 care centre in Vartak Nagar, Thane, on Friday, which recommended that she be moved to Nair Hospital in Mumbai Central, which has had success with treating children with Covid-19. Doctors suspect that the girl may need a dialysis soon. The child, Rajeshree Mukane, began vomiting and developed a swelling in the throat last week. She was taken to a local clinic, where the doctor administered an injection to reduce the swelling. Although the swelling went away, she grew sicker, prompting her father, Sunil Mukane, to approach the state-run Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar on August 4. The hospital recommended that she be taken to Thane city, instead, as it wasn’t equipped to treat her. But Mukane, whose wife recently gave birth to another child, was told he would have to pay Rs 3,500 for the ambulance ride. “I didn’t have so much money,” said the brick kiln factory worker who earns Rs 250 a day. By the next day, he managed to arrange for Rs 2,000 and took his daughter in an autorickshaw to the state-run Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital, which is earmarked as a non-Covid-19 facility, in Kalwa. Having paid all he had to the autorickshaw driver, Mukane skipped meals for two days. “After a doctor at the hospital asked me to go home and assured me that they would take good care of my daughter, I left,” he said. A doctor at the Kalwa hospital said the girl had very low oxygen saturation levels on arrival and was admitted to the ICU. She soon tested positive for Covid-19. The hospital reached out to the Balkum centre, which refused to take her in saying it wasn’t equipped for such cases. After the child’s condition worsened on Thursday, she was sent to the Balkum centre, which again refused admission, citing lack of facilities and a specialist. She was taken back to the Kalwa hospital. Vishwanath Kelkar, deputy municipal commissioner who’s co-incharge of the Balkum centre, confirmed that the eight-year-old was turned away owing to lack of specialised care and equipment. “We do not have a PICU, which is necessary to treat a patient in that condition. We informed the Kalwa hospital about it and said it would also have to assign a paediatrician to take care of her if she were to be admitted to the centre,” he said. Rajeshree Mukane from a tribal community in Ambernath took ill a week ago. Photo by Prashant Narvekar The Balkum centre currently has 658 vacant beds, including 14 in the ICU. A PICU offers specialised care to critically ill children and adults up to the age of 21. There are two other Covid-19 facilities in the vicinity of the Kalwa hospital: the state-run Thane Civil Hospital, which is stretched beyond capacity, and a newly-constructed 1,000-bed hospital that is expected to be opened only next week. Early on Friday, the child was shifted to the 68-bed Siddhivinayak Maternity and General Hospital in Vartak Nagar. The hospital, which was turned into a dedicated Covid-19 care centre in April, currently has 11vacant beds. Dr Amol Gitte, its medical director, said the girl was breathless and in a “very unstable condition” when she was brought in. “We thought she would require a ventilator, but we managed to stabilise her,” he said. He said Rajeshree’s creatine levels were still high and she needed the care of a paediatric nephrologist, which the hospital doesn’t have. He added that she could require an emergency dialysis. “We have treated her at no cost despite the fact that her name is not on her parent’s ration card, but we do not have PICU equipment and the specialists to treat her. These are available at Wadia, Nair and KEM hospitals.” A doctor with the TMC’s war room said Rajeshree was going to be shifted to Nair Hospital late in the night as no Thane hospital has a PICU. “We had so far never got a young patient who has been affected by the coronavirus in such a manner,” said the doctor. “Her grandfather, who lives nearby, will accompany her (since Mukane stays in a remote area in Ambernath) to Nair Hospital. A doctor will be in the special ambulance, too. On being asked how the TMC plans to deal with another similar case in future, Kelkar said the civic body would consider setting up a PICU at the Balkum centre. Nurses at COVID-19 hospital protest against Thane Municipal Corporation03:06 RELATED NEWSThanekars, TMC has a new decision on lockdownJun 28, 2020Thane: NCP corporator Mukund Keni dies of COVID-19Jun 10, 2020Thane: Two COVID-19 hospitals fined Rs 16 lakh by TMC for violationsJun 07, 2020 Avail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Get faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaPure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightPlots with world-class amenities at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuaryFeel-good lingerie and loungewear at up to 60% off!Ajio.comStart trading Bitcoin and increase your income. Get your daily profits NOWMake Money Industry based academia. 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2020-08-07Maha: 1 killed, 4 injured in shop slab collapse in Ulhasnagar - Devdiscourse
Maha: 1 killed, 4 injured in shop slab collapse in Ulhasnagar PTI | Thane | Updated: 07-08-2020 20:49 IST | Created: 07-08-2020 20:49 IST One man died and four were injuredwhen the slab of a shop they were repairing collapsed inThane's Ulhasnagar area on Friday, a Fire Brigade officialsaidThe deceased labourer was identified as Vishnu Patole,he said. Share READ MORE ON: Ulhasnagar Fire Brigade Advertisement POST / READ COMMENTS Country India Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube TRENDING Black Clover Chapter 260 to be intense, spoilers revealed, release date set for Aug 9 Health News Roundup: Virginia touts nation's first contact tracing app with Apple-Google tech; Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases and more My Hero Academia Chapter 280 to be out on Aug 10, spoilers reveal many surprising things Adani Electricity Mumbai sells shares worth Rs 202 cr in Yes bank OPINION / BLOG / INTERVIEW 3D printing and the future of manufacturing post COVID-19 The on-demand, customizable, and localized manufacturing of product components facilitated by 3D printing has the potential to redefine manufacturing but there are certain technical, mechanical, and legal limitations that, unless ... How UK’s 'best prepared' healthcare system failed to gauge COVID-19 The UK is proud of their public health system and its unlike any other country as around 90 percent of British public supports the founding principles of National Health Service. But without accurate data being available to stakeholders in ... Poor on IHR capacity progress in 2019, WHO says Cambodia tops COVID-19 response Despite being in proximity to Hubei, the original epicenter of COVID-19 pandemic, Cambodia has reported just 226 confirmed cases and zero deaths. After seeing the data, WHO appreciated Cambodias healthcare information system but experts dou... Loopholes in Healthcare Information System may have failed Singapore COVID-19 model In the initial days of the COVID-19 outbreak, Singapore was in the limelight for its effective healthcare system and pandemic response plan. However, Singapore has now joined the list of the worst-hit nations and the situation is even worse... Videos Latest News R'than reports 10 more COVID-19 deaths; 1,161 new cases Ten more COVID-19 deaths were reported in Rajasthan, taking the toll to 797, while the states infection tally rose to 50,157 with 1,161 fresh cases on Friday, an official report said. Alwar, Nagaur, Kota and Bharatpur each reported two coro... US STOCKS-Slowing job growth weighs on Wall St; new stimulus eyed Wall Streets main indexes fell on Friday as data showed a sharp slowdown in U.S. employment growth, and investors turned their attention toward the likelihood of another fiscal stimulus bill to buttress the economy from a pandemic-induced r... 10,483 new coronavirus cases in Maharashtra As many as 10,483 new COVID-19 cases and 300 deaths were reported in Maharashtra on Friday.The state Health Department said that the total number of cases in the state is now at 4,90,262, including 1,45,582 active cases, 3,27,281 recovered ... The future of internationalisation of higher education post COVID By Aveek Banerjee The restrictions on international travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic have disrupted the aspirations of students who wished to continue their higher education in acclaimed international universities.In these unprecedented ... Give Feedback Name Email Message Submit HOME ABOUT CAREER ADVERTISEMENT TEAM KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIP MEDIA PARTNERSHIP INTERNSHIP CONTACT US Subscribe to our Newsletter   SUBSCRIBE SECTORS Agro-Forestry Art & Culture Technology Economy & Business Education Energy & Extractives Politics Law & Governance Health Science & Environment Social & Gender Sports Transport Urban Development WASH EDITIONS Pacific South Asia East and South East Asia Europe and Central Asia Central Africa East Africa Southern Africa West Africa Middle East and North Africa North America Latin America and Caribbean OTHER LINKS Write for us Submit Press Release Opinion / Blog / Analysis Agency Wire Business News Entertainment News Technology News Law-order News Lifestyle News National News International News Headlines PR Newswire Other OTHER PRODUCTS VITHI VYOMA VYAPAD IDEA-KM IDEA-M&E CONNECT Email: info@devdiscourse.com Phone: +91-130-6444012, +91-7027739813, 14, 15 VisionRI | Disclaimer | Terms of use | Privacy Policy © Copyright 2020
2020-08-07Maha: 1 killed, 4 injured in shop slab collapse in Ulhasnagar - Yahoo India News
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2020-08-07One dead, four labourers injured as slab collapses in Thane - United News of India
One dead, four labourers injured as slab collapses in ThaneThane, Aug 7 (UNI) A labourer reportedly died on Friday while other four sustained injuries after a slab collapsed on them as they were repairing a shop in Ulhasnagar suburb here.The victim has been identified as Vishnu Patole (40) and the injured have been hospitalized.The mishap, reported from the Camp no 1 locality, occurred at the shop located in a forty-year-old dilapidated building, stated a fire official. Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-08-07Malls shut in Navi Mumbai, liquor stores open in Thane - Times of India
Malls shut in Navi Mumbai, liquor stores open in ThaneTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai Coronavirus NewsMumbai Unlock 3.0Mumbai RainsMalls shut in Navi Mumbai, liquor stores open in ThanePradeep Gupta, B B Nayak & Manoj Badgeri | TNN | Aug 7, 2020, 09:03 ISTNavi Mumbai Municipal commissioner has passed order shopping Malls shutdown again till 31st August in Navi Mum...Read MoreMUMBAI: A day after malls reopened, Navi Mumbai shut them again on Thursday citing violation of social distancing norms, In a major relaxation in Thane, the collector allowed sale of liquor over the counter across six civic bodies in the district. NMMC commissioner Abhijit Bangar told TOI: “People from outside the city were seen thronging malls on Wednesday. If the crowd on a weekday was unmanageable, imagine the footfall on weekends. Hence, the decision...” On Thursday, Navi Mumbai had 361 new cases, taking the total to 17,318. A spokesperson for Seawoods Grand Central Mall in Navi Mumbai said around 3,500 people had visited the mall on Wednesday, and all norms were followed. Amitabh Taneja, chairperson of Shopping Centres Association of India, said: “NMMC’s decision...is surprising. We invested our time, energy, money, people to provide a safe environment for people visiting malls. Retailers had stocked up and complete sanitisation of the premises were carried out.” While Navi Mumbai and Mira-Bhayander residents still order alcohol online, in Thane district, people can now buy alcohol from stores in Kalyan-Dombivli, Thane, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Ambernath and Badlapur between 9am and 7pm. There’s a growing demand from mall owners and traders in Thane and Kalyan-Dombivli to restart businesses ahead of the festive season; they are currently operating on odd-even pattern. But Thane civic chief Vipin Sharma said as Covid cases have started to flatten, reopening malls would not be right move. Guardian minister Eknath Shinde said they are looking at more relaxations to certain businesses in the coming days. On Thursday, Thane saw 258 fresh cases taking the total to 20,516, while Kalyan-Dombivli added 209 patients to take the caseload to 21,607. Total cases in Panvel touched 7,531, with 179 new cases on Thursday. 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2020-08-07COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on Friday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on FridayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on FridayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 7, 2020, 20:43 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,069. Also, with 102 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 6,289 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 630 while 150 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 30 new cases, the maximum of 20 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by six in Ulhasnagar-3, three in Ulhasnagar-2 and only one in Ulhasnagar-5. No new person tested positive in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 40 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 4,119. At present, 364 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 164 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,591 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 44 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,946 with 51 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Shirgaon, Bouddhawada, Sai Prasad Nivas and Kanishk Sankul, while the remaining were from Manjarli, Kharavai, Gandhi Chowk, Eranjad, Arjun Sagar Complex, Rameshwadi, Barrage Road, Ratan Galaxy, Motiram Paradise, Belauli, Mohananand Nagar, Katrap, Shivaji Chowk, Gaondevi, Thanekar Park Land, Suryanagar and Valivali. So far, 2,630 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 265 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.73 per cent and the recovery rate at 89.27 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 Avail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Plots with world-class amenities at Rs.35L* Only.The SanctuaryFeel-good lingerie and loungewear at up to 60% off!Ajio.comPure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaIndustry based academia. Peer learning and interactionsIMT- Ghaziabad Secure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeHome Learning Program for Child with Developmental Delays.Mom’s BeliefModern & classic furniture built to stand the test of time.Sofas & More. This lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesI am making Rs.13500/day from home online!Career TimesGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatware
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2020-08-07Maharashtra records over 11,500 fresh COVID-19 cases - Mid-day
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2020-08-06Heavy Rains, Strong Winds Clobber Mumbai for Second Straight Day; Similar Conditions Likely on Thursday - The Weather Channel
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2020-08-06COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports only 20 new patients; Ambernath, Badlapur have less than 400 active - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports only 20 new patients; Ambernath, Badlapur have less than 400 active casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports only 20 new patients; Ambernath, Badlapur have less than 400 active casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 6, 2020, 20:52 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeImage used for representational purpose only. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Thursday heaved a sigh of relief after it recorded a considerable drop in daily case counts of coronavirus. As many as 20 people tested positive for the virus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 7,039. Also, 96 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 6,187. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 147 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 705 are currently being treated. Out of the 20 cases, the maximum of 12 persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by three in Ulhasnagar-3, two each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2 and one in Ulhasnagar-5. On the other hand, Ambernath witnessed a spike in daily numbers, as it reported 50 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 4,079. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 161 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 3,568 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 350. Meanwhile, 47 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 2,902, along with 51 fatalities. Most of the cases were reported in Shivaji Chowk, Panvelkar Royal Square and near Ghorpade Chowk, while the remaining were from Kanshika Hill View, Gaondevi, Mohan Heights, Mohan Plaza, Saraswat Nagar, Mohan Greenwood, Katrap, Rameshwadi, Dattawadi, Anantnagar, Telawane Tower, Subhash Nagar, Anand Nagar, Ranjan Society, Barrage Road, Patil Pada, Shirgaon and Gandhi Chowk. As many as 2,477 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 374. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 Avail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Pure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightInsure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzHome Learning Program for Child with Developmental Delays.Mom’s BeliefBuild your financial immunity for Apno ki #PoornaSurakshaSBI Life InsuranceHow anyone can make Rs.9500/per day from home!Career Times Come to Quor and Find all the news in the world.QuorSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El Dorado
2020-08-06Finally some good news: How Mumbai rains have led to rise in water levels in seven lakes - Free Press Journal
Finally some good news: How Mumbai rains have led to rise in water levels in seven lakes By FPJ Web DeskPTI Photo Mumbai received the highest rainfall of the season on Wednesday, which led to slight increase in water stock in seven lakes that supply water to city.According to a report by Hindustan Times, the water stock in seven lakes reached 37.36% on Wednesday morning, up from 34.95%. The water stock is sufficient to supply water to Mumbai for a little over 100 days. The current water stock is sufficient to supply water to Mumbai for a little over 100 days. Between Tuesday and Wednesday morning, rainfall added 33,411 million litre (ML) water to the seven lakes, taking the total the water content to 539,307ML on Wednesday.Meanwhile, the BMC said the Vihar lake, one of the reservoirs supplying water to Mumbai, overflowed on Wednesday at 10 pm due to incessant rains in its catchment areas since Tuesday.The lake has water capacity of 26,968 million litres. According to the BMC spokesperson, last year the lake had overflowed on July 31, 2019. Vihar is the second lake after Tulsi which has overflowed. Mumbai gets water from seven dams.Also ReadMumbai rains: Here's a list of the diverted BEST bus routes shared by BMCThe municipal body of Mumbai on July 31 announced a 20 per cent water cut from August 5 due to average rainfall in catchment areas of the lakes that supply water to the metropolis.According to a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) release, the water cut is necessary as the lakes have only 34 per cent water storage currently as against 85.68 per cent in July 2019 and 83.30 per cent in July 2018.The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday predicted intense rainfall over Mumbai during the next 3 hours. Various parts of Mumbai are suffering from waterlogging due to incessant rainfall.Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday assured all possible support to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray regarding the situation prevailing in Mumbai and surrounding areas due to heavy rainfall. (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 rainswater level Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: With 361 new cases, NMMC COVID-19 tally reaches 17,318 as of August 6 PM Modi wears Swasa N95 mask at Ayodhya Bhoomi Pujan: All you need to know about the IIT Kanpur made maskSushant Singh Rajput's death: CBI registers FIR against Rhea Chakraborty and family Alexis Sanchez joins Inter Milan on a three-year-deal till 2023Coronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik urges MBMC to scrap odd-even formula for shops 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
2020-08-06Mumbai University admissions 2020: First Merit list for degree courses is out - Free Press Journal
Mumbai University admissions 2020: First Merit list for degree courses is out By FPJ Web DeskPTI The First Merit list for University of Mumbai (MU) degree college admissions has been declared today. The lists has been declared on individual college websites for respective courses displaying cut-offs.In an attempt to provide more time to students facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Mumbai (MU) extended the application deadline for online admissions to degree courses till August 5. Earlier, the first merit list was supposed to be declared online on August 4.On Tuesday, the MU revised the online degree admission schedule for this year for all courses in affiliated colleges and universities.Followed by the declaration of each merit list by respective colleges, students whose names appear on the list can submit and verify documents, pay fees online and submit undertaking form.Steps to secure admissions to MU degree courses:1. Complete pre-admission registration at mum.digitaluniversity.ac by 1 pm on August 52. Submit admission forms of specific courses of individual colleges along with MU pre-admission form by 3 pm on August 53. First merit list will be declared on August 6 at 11 am4. Submit and verify documents, undertaking form and pay fees online at individual college portals from August 6 to 11 up to 3 pm5. Second merit list to be declared on August 11 at 7 pm6. Submit and verify documents, undertaking and pay fees online from August 12 to 17 up to 3 pm7. Third merit list to be out on August 17 at 7 pm8. Submit and verify documents, undertaking and pay fees online from August 18 to 21, 2020The helpline number of MU: 8411860004/020 66834821(With inputs from Ronald Rodrigues of FPJ)Also ReadGood news: Mumbai University not to hike fees for upcoming academic year (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) Mumbai University admissions 2020First cut off Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Navi Mumbai: With 361 new cases, NMMC COVID-19 tally reaches 17,318 as of August 6 PM Modi wears Swasa N95 mask at Ayodhya Bhoomi Pujan: All you need to know about the IIT Kanpur made maskSushant Singh Rajput's death: CBI registers FIR against Rhea Chakraborty and family Alexis Sanchez joins Inter Milan on a three-year-deal till 2023Coronavirus in Mira Bhayandar: Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik urges MBMC to scrap odd-even formula for shops 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
2020-08-05COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees a sudden spike; numbers improve in Ulhasnagar, Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees a sudden spike; numbers improve in Ulhasnagar, BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees a sudden spike; numbers improve in Ulhasnagar, BadlapurWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 5, 2020, 20:49 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 31 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,019. Also, with 110 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 6,019 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 781 while 147 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 31 new cases, the maximum of 12 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 7 each in Ulhasnagar-3 and Ulhasnagar-1, 3 in Ulhasnagar-5 and only two Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 80 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 4,022. At present, 364 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 160 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,505 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Wednesday, 49 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,855 with 51 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Harsh Avenue, Lodha Heaven, Shani Nagar, Manjarli and Katrap, while the remaining were from Belauli, Samarth Nagar, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Govind Dham, Shirgaon, Gandhi Chowk, TV Tower, Ritu World, Barrage Road, Yadav Nagar, Rameshwadi, MIDC Road, Ganesh Nagar, Aagarali, Patil Pada, Sonaraali and Rohidaswada. So far, 2,452 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 352 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.79 per cent and the recovery rate at 85.88 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020COVID-19: List of containment zones in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, BadlapurJun 12, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020 Protect your child from Hepatitis with timely vaccinationTOIBrigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoFeel-good lingerie and loungewear at up to 60% off!Ajio.comGet faster performance & optimal storage with latest tech.Dell IndiaAvail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.If everything has a Value, then what about News?Quor Start losing upto 5 kilos in 2 weeks. Know MoreNutra SlimSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwarePure Buffalo Milk, Get 100 % Cashback on First RechargeCountry DelightEXPERIENCE VOLVO AT HOMEThe Volvo XC90How Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times
2020-08-05Passenger transport entities urge Maha govt to provide relief package for school bus operators - Free Press Journal
Passenger transport entities urge Maha govt to provide relief package for school bus operatorsBy Rebello Dominic & Agencies The association has requested the government on bus staffers' salaries for the entire lockdown period, waiver of taxes, deferment of motor insurance, extensions of moratorium and waiver of interest, among others, as part of the relief package,.Representational photo Private passenger transport operators' bodies BOCI and SBOA on Tuesday urged the Maharashtra government to provide relief package, including waivers in taxes, extension on moratorium on interest and deferment of motor insurance to the coronavirus pandemic-impacted school bus operators.Claiming that over 50,000 school buses and around 1.5 lakh bus staffers are currently in financial distress, the Bus and Car Operators Confederation of India (BOCI) and the School Bus Owner Association (SBOA) in a joint release also warned that if these measures are not provided immediately most of the operators might go out of the business."With the entire school curriculums moving online, bus owners are burdened with taxes, insurance, maintenance, EMIs and parking charges, among others, due to which they are forced to lay off their staff, as they are not being paid by schools or parents," said the release.It added that the sector has made several representations to the authorities in the transport department, the state's ministries and to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to draw their attention to multitudes of issues faced by the sector and have urged urgent action to alleviate their pain.Thousands of women employees who accompany school buses to take care of school children have also been rendered jobless by the lockdown and are struggling with the most difficult phase of their lives, it said.The association has requested the government on bus staffers' salaries for the entire lockdown period, waiver of taxes, deferment of motor insurance, extensions of moratorium and waiver of interest, among others, as part of the relief package, the release stated.Besides, it has also sought increasing the age limit of school buses for operating in Mumbai to 20 years from 8 years at present and to 20 years from 15 years in other areas of Maharashtra, parking facilities for school buses, GST input credit benefits and banning of illegal private vans plying as school buses, as per the release."We are staring at a bleak situation as the schools are closed for many months, whereas in Maharashtra, new academic year commences from April for ICSE and state board classes commences from June and bus fees is collected accordingly," SBOA President Anil Garg.He added that simultaneously, bus owners have not received the transportation fees for the academic year ending May 2020. Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis and followed by repeated extension of lockdown, many schools have started their classes online and schools have refused to pay bus owners saying that parents are not paying fees for buses as they are not using the bus service, said Garg.This situation has led to thousands of bus operators being jobless as there is nothing that we can do to retain our staff. Over two lakh people in the state are already dependent on these buses for their livelihoods and many owners have taken loans to buy buses and haven't been able to pay their loan instalments, he said."We would seek government intervention to provide some support to the bus owners and staff members to bring them out of this crisis," Garg added.BOCI President Prasanna Patwardhan said that arranging transportation for schools will also be quite challenging as social distancing norms would need to be followed strictly."High-end schools might not face a big problem as they can increase the fees and they can compensate for the additional burden of hiring more buses to transport children. But, standard schools will have to use the same buses for longer distances by having staggered starting and closing of different divisions and giving operators additional money to cover their running costs," he said.Patwardhan added that social distancing norms should be eased by the government, and school authorities should direct the safety norms to the transporters as per the respective status quo.Banks should be instructed to reschedule loans by giving at least a six-month moratorium period to all customers and to waive off the interest for the moratorium period, according to the release.Banks and NBFCs should be advised to provide top-up working capital at low interest rates to resume business, according to the release. (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) ICSElockdownCoronavirusCOVID 19SBOA President Anil Garg Recent StoriesCoronavirus in Pune: 'Jumbo' COVID-19 treatment facility inaugurated in Pimpri ChinchwadJEE, NEET 2020: Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh directs Attorney General to file petition in Supreme Court 'Those walks along beach in India created a commitment in me': Kamala Harris recalls her grandfatherFinance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to chair 41st GST Council todayMumbai: Footpath project further ground into dust 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
2020-08-05COVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36L - Free Press Journal
COVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36L By Agencies A private hospital in Ulhasnagar has been issued a notice for overcharging 82 Covid-19 patients to the tune of Rs 36.39 lakh.Representational picFile Image A private hospital in Ulhasnagar has been issued a notice after an audit found it had overcharged 82 Covid-19 patients to the tune of Rs 36.39 lakh, a civic official said on Tuesday.Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation public relation officer Yuvraj Badane said the hospital has been asked to refund the excess amount to patients failing which action would be taken.The audit of private hospitals providing COVID-19 treatment was taken up on the instructions of the UMC commissioner, 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) ulhasnagarUlhasnagar Municipal CorporationCoronavirusCOVID 19 Recent StoriesPolicy watch: The good, the bad and the positively ugly of the new National Education PolicyMalaysia says it has detected new coronavirus strain which is '10 times more infectious' - what we know so farFire breaks out on 6th floor of Parliament annexe building, 7 fire engines at spotFrom working as sales girl in London to becoming finance minister: 10 interesting things to know about Nirmala SitharamanCoronavirus Pandemic: With over 1,30,000 COVID-19 cases, Pune overtakes Mumbai 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
2020-08-05Thane crosses 20,000 mark, but district’s recovery rate is 85% - Times of India
Thane crosses 20,000 mark, but district’s recovery rate is 85%Thane crosses 20,000 mark, but district’s recovery rate is 85%Manoj Badgeri & Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 6, 2020, 05:27 ISTMedical personnel check temperature of a Dharavi residents in MumbaiMUMBAI: Thane on Wednesday crossed the 20,000 mark in Covid-19 cases but the district performed well on recovery, with over 85% patients under at least five civic bodies going home. Thane case tally went up to 20,258, with 270 new patients, a day the recovery rate was 84%. Thane took 14 days to add 5,000 patients and breach the 15,000 mark on July 17, but it took 20 days to reach 20,000 cases. State housing minister Jitendra Awhad choose Wednesday, his birthday, to donate plasma at a Thane blood bank along with former MP Anand Paranjpe. Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Ambernath and Badlapur too recorded recovery rates of over 85%. Ambernath had the best recovery rate of 87% in Mumbai metropolitan region. Last month it was 81%. In Ulhasnagar, where 781 patients are under treatment, the recovery rate was 86%, while Bhiwandi and Badlapur recorded 85%. All these civic bodies had seen a spike in cases in June-July but recorded fewer cases this week. Kalyan-Dombivli, where the recovery rate was 75%, stays the second hotspot in MMR after Mumbai. It added 337 cases on Wednesday, taking the tally to 21,398. Its active cases were 4,987 while Thane’s were 2,885. The civic body has begun community testing. “Our first target was shopkeepers. In Dombivli, 32% shopkeepers tested positive,” said Shiv Sena corporator Dipesh Mahatre. In Thane too the focus shifted to the business community. “Traders and builders have been told to test staff,” said civic chief Dr Vipin Sharma. Of 2,513 construction workers tested over the last four days, 171 were positive. In Vasai-Virar, cases saw a drastic drop to 74, taking the tally to 12,647. Bahujan Vikas Aghadi, along with the civic body, will test maximum persons under ‘Mission Super 30’, launched in the region on Wednesday. Navi Mumbai, with 278 new cases, reached 16,957. In Mira-Bhayander, new patients remained more (76) than contacts of positive patients (56). 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2020-08-05Heavy rains lash Mumbai for second day, disrupt normal life - Khaleej Times
Heavy rains lash Mumbai for second day, disrupt normal life IANS/Mumbai Filed on August 5, 2020 | Last updated on August 5, 2020 at 10.00 pm Vehicles ply on a waterlogged road during heavy rains in Mumbai. (ANI) In some areas, water rushed into homes, shops and offices in south Mumbai Heavy rains pounded Mumbai, Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and coastal Konkan for the second consecutive day, hitting suburban train services and disrupting normal life, officials said. In a rare development, many parts of south Mumbai like Churchgate, Marine Lines, Marine Drive, Kalbadevi, Dongri, Byculla, Mazagaon, Parel, Dadar and surroundings witnessed heavy water-logging, throwing the central business districts of the area out of gear. Central Railway (CR) suburban train services were suspended between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Kurla on the mainline and CSMT and Vashi on the Harbour Line after heavy downpour, said CR spokesperson Shivaji Sutar. Similarly, Western Railway spokesperson Sumit Thakur said that owing to heavy rains, some suburban trains were suspended and all trains were reversed from Mumbai Central, Dadar, Bandra and Andheri. Major landmarks like the Bombay Stock Exchange's (BSE) Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Tower suffered the brunt of the rain fury when its massive signboard on the 29th floor got ripped off and hung precariously. Some sections of a cement cladding adorning the exteriors of the Jaslok Hospital in south Mumbai were blown off and fell in pieces on the road below, but there were no reports of any casualties. In some areas, water rushed into ground-floor homes, shops or offices in south Mumbai as incessant rains continued all day. Huge traffic snarls were witnessed in south Mumbai with trees falling on some roads in Churchgate, Marine Lines, Charni Road and Worli, hitting vehicular traffic on the Eastern Express Highway and the Western Express Highway. With thousands of commuters getting stranded, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday evening said that it had made arrangements for people at the nearest civic schools outside the major railway stations. Heavy rains also lashed the adjoining coastal districts of Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg since the past 24 hours. In Ratnagiri and Raigad, more than 25 villages in two sub-districts remained cut-off, while in Mahad town in Ratnagiri, rubber boats were deployed by disaster agencies to rescue several families stranded in at least four feet water. Rains pounded Palghar and Thane causing waterlogging in many towns like Mira Road, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Naigaon, Vasai, Virar and Dahanu, hitting people in a big way. The IMD has forecast heavy to extremely heavy spells of rain in Mumbai and the coastal Konkan area in the next 24 hours. ERROR: Macro /ads/dfp-ad-article-new is missing! 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2020-08-0552,500 new COVID-19 cases in last 24 hours; India's tally crosses 19 lakh mark - Pune Mirror
52,500 new COVID-19 cases in last 24 hours; India's tally crosses 19 lakh mark52,500 new COVID-19 cases in last 24 hours; India's tally crosses 19 lakh markIANS / Updated: Aug 5, 2020, 10:39 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeIndia crosses 19 lakh mark.With 52,509 new coronavirus (Covid-19) cases and 857 deaths in the last 24 hours, India crossed 19 lakh-mark with the total caseload standing at 19,08,254 while the total fatalities increased to 39,795, data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare revealed on Wednesday. The country had crossed the 18-lakh mark on Monday. Currently, 5,86,244 cases are active and 12,82,215 people have recovered from the disease. India has one of the lowest Case Fatality Rate (CFR) at 2.08 per cent as compared to the global average. COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see major drop in cases; no respite for Badlapur residentsUlhasnagar reported 44 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,988. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 12 new COVID-19 cases taking the total number to 3,949. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 61 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,806 with 48 deaths. With a recovery rate of 67.19 per cent, a total of 51,706 people were discharged in the last 24 hours, the Ministry said. In the last 24 hours, 6,19,652 samples have been tested. Maharashtra remained the worst-hit state with 4,50,196 cases and 15,842 deaths. Tamil Nadu comes in second with 2,63,222 cases and 4,241 deaths. Delhi, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh saw a decline in the number of active cases. Mizoram, Tripura and Uttarakhand too witnessed active cases plummeting. Despite being COVID-19 positive, Amit Shah will continue posing threat to Gehlot government in Rajasthan: Shiv Sena"The Home Minister went into isolation and Gehlot too had to take his MLAs into isolation means the danger still persists," it added. RELATED NEWSRecovered COVID-19 cases now double of active cases: Health MinistryAug 04, 2020Only 0.35 per cent COVID-19 cases on ventilators in India: Health Min...Jul 17, 2020Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu account for more than 50 percent COVID-19 ...Jul 14, 2020 Avail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Stunningly small. Masterfully designed.Dell IndiaKia Sonet | 7th Aug | Next Level of WildKia Motors IndiaNo Touch Get Valid Access by Leaptor Flap & Swing BarriersLeaptorSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career Times PMC to expand menu for all childrenPune MirrorMore recoveries than +ve cases for 2 days in a rowPune MirrorFDA, chemists join hands to provide COVID drugsPune Mirror A Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speakerNew Belly Fat Melting 'Recipe' Stuns Doctors (Do This Daily)Body Secret Revelation12 Celebrities Who Lost It All and Now Work Regular JobsNewscityhubJoint Pain? There is a Simple Home Remedy! Without Surgery!DomashnasredaHome Learning Program for Child with Developmental Delays.Mom’s BeliefHousewives are making Rs.6500/day from home!Career Times Hotelier drags dist admin to HC over lack of bill paymentPune MirrorWatch: Modi performs bhoomi pujan for Ram templePune MirrorKids left starving at PMC’s Nicmar COVID-19 centrePune Mirror
2020-08-05Heavy Rain Lashes Mumbai Accompanied With Strong Winds - Odisha Television Ltd.
Heavy Rain Lashes Mumbai Accompanied With Strong WindsNation By Odishatv Bureau On Aug 5, 2020 - 10:34 PM Image Source: Twitter 0 Share Mumbai: Heavy rains pounded Mumbai, Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and coastal Konkan for the second consecutive day, hitting suburban train services and disrupting normal life, officials said.In a rare development, many parts of south Mumbai like Churchgate, Marine Lines, Marine Drive, Kalbadevi, Dongri, Byculla, Mazagaon, Parel, Dadar and surroundings witnessed heavy waterlogging, throwing the central business districts of the area out of gear. Some sections of a cement cladding adorning the exteriors of the Jaslok Hospital in south Mumbai were blown off and fell in pieces on the road below, but there were no reports of any casualties.In some areas, water rushed into ground-floor homes, shops or offices in south Mumbai as incessant rains continued all day.Huge traffic snarls were witnessed in south Mumbai with trees falling on some roads in Churchgate, Marine Lines, Charni Road and Worli, hitting vehicular traffic on the Eastern Express Highway and the Western Express Highway.With thousands of commuters getting stranded, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday evening said that it had made arrangements for people at the nearest civic schools outside the major railway stations.Heavy rains also lashed the adjoining coastal districts of Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg since the past 24 hours.In Ratnagiri and Raigad, more than 25 villages in two sub-districts remained cut-off, while in Mahad town in Ratnagiri, rubber boats were deployed by disaster agencies to rescue several families stranded in at least four feet water.Rains pounded Palghar and Thane causing waterlogging in many towns like Mira Road, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Naigaon, Vasai, Virar and Dahanu, hitting people in a big way.The IMD has forecast heavy to extremely heavy spells of rain in Mumbai and the coastal Konkan area in the next 24 hours.(IANS)Also Read: Delhi HC Upholds Ban On Army Personnel Using Social Media NewsletterSubscribe to our newsletters. We respect privacy Subscribe latest news Odisha Born Simi Karan Clears UPSC Civil Services Exam At… Aug 5, 2020 Heavy Rain Lashes Mumbai Accompanied With Strong Winds Aug 5, 2020 Delhi HC Upholds Ban On Army Personnel Using Social Media Aug 5, 2020 SC Refers Five-Judge Constitution Bench To Decide Challenge… Aug 5, 2020 Odisha Urges Madhu Babu Pension Beneficiaries To Complete… Aug 5, 2020 Punjab Govt Sets Up Two SITs To Probe Hooch Tragedy Aug 5, 2020 2 More COVID19 Plasma Banks Inaugurated In Odisha Aug 5, 2020 ED Summons Rhea For Questioning In PMLA Case On Friday Aug 5, 2020 Samsung Unveils 5 Flagship Devices In Galaxy Ecosystem Aug 5, 2020 Heavy Rainfall Alert: IMD Issues ‘Orange Warning’ For 10… Aug 5, 2020 Delhi Police Opposes In HC Setting Up Of SIT Committee On… Aug 5, 2020 Sushant Singh Rajput Ex-Manager Disha Salian’s… Aug 5, 2020 112 New COVID-19 Cases Reported From Cuttack Malgodown Area Aug 5, 2020 Leopard Carcass Found On Railway Tracks In Odisha Aug 5, 2020 Covid Status In Odisha’s Ganjam More Serious Than 19… Aug 5, 2020 Beirut Blasts Update: 100 Killed, Nearly 4K Injured In… Aug 5, 2020 CBI Probe Into Sushant’s Manager Disha Death Sought… Aug 5, 2020 SpaceX’s Mars Starship Prototype Soars On Test Flight Aug 5, 2020 Odisha’s COVID-19 Recoveries Cross 25k Mark Aug 5, 2020 Vigilance Raids Puri Assistant Conservator of Forest’s… Aug 5, 2020 Bollywood Hails Bhumi Pujan At Ayodhya Ram Mandir Aug 5, 2020 Odisha Unlock 3: Shop Opening Hours Revised For Cuttack City Aug 5, 2020 BMC Refuses To Free Bihar IPS From Quarantine Aug 5, 2020 Rhea Chakraborty’s Lawyer On SC Proceedings In Sushant… Aug 5, 2020TWITTER Tweets by otvnews Odishatv.in is an initiative by Odisha Television to connect netizens to the latest information about Odisha and beyond. The site is also a gateway to the state and offers a wide spectrum of subjects such as History, Demography, Art and Culture, Tourist places, Festivals, Eminent sons of soil and so on. Read More... COMPANYContact UsAbout UsComplaint RedressalPrivacy PolicyCareersLinksTechnical InfoAdvertisementsChannel PerformanceReference Interconnect OfferRate Card OTVFeedbackNews CategoriesOdishaEducationNationWorldHealth & LifestyleEntertainmentBusiness & FinanceScienceSportsTechnologyOdisha RepoterTarang PlusTarang TvTarang MusicPrarthana TvTarangFMAlankar TVDesh TvCity Plus © 2020 - Odisha Television Ltd.. All Rights Reserved. End Google Tag Manager (noscript) Live TVOdishaCoronavirusNationEducationJobsEntertainmentGuest ColumnScandeepRudra RathAnil DhirPrateek PattanaikAshutosh MishraCrimeSportsHealth & LifestyleBusinessFinanceWorldGadgetsScienceVideos
2020-08-05Rains pound Mumbai, MMR for second straight day - Daijiworld.com
Rains pound Mumbai, MMR for second straight day Wed, Aug 5   Ex-Maha CM Patil-Nilangekar cremated with full state honours Wed, Aug 5   Sushant Case: Mumbai Police seek information on Disha Salian Wed, Aug 5   Former Maha CM Shivajirao Patil-Nilangekar dies at 90 Wed, Aug 5   St Kitts-flagged cargo ship escapes accident off Mumbai Tue, Aug 4   Sushant case: Aaditya Thackeray says he is a target of 'mucky politics' Tue, Aug 4   2 Promote Sanskrit as global language: M'rashtra Governor Tue, Aug 4   Mumbai Rains pound Mumbai, MMR for second straight day   Wed, Aug 5 2020 08:17:47 PM Mumbai, Aug 5 (IANS): Heavy rains pounded Mumbai, Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and coastal Konkan for the second consecutive day, hitting suburban train services and disrupting normal life, officials said. In a rare development, many parts of south Mumbai like Churchgate, Marine Lines, Marine Drive, Kalbadevi, Dongri, Byculla, Mazagaon, Parel, Dadar and surroundings witnessed heavy waterlogging, throwing the central business districts of the area out of gear. Central Railway (CR) suburban train services were suspended between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Kurla on the mainline and CSMT and Vashi on the Harbour Line after heavy downpour, said CR spokesperson Shivaji Sutar. Similarly, Western Railway spokesperson Sumit Thakur said that owing to heavy rains, some suburban trains were suspended and all trains were reversed from Mumbai Central, Dadar, Bandra and Andheri. Major landmarks like the Bombay Stock Exchange's (BSE) Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Tower suffered the brunt of the rain fury when its massive signboard on the 29th floor got ripped off and hung precariously. Some sections of a cement cladding adorning the exteriors of the Jaslok Hospital in south Mumbai were blown off and fell in pieces on the road below, but there were no reports of any casualties. In some areas, water rushed into ground-floor homes, shops or offices in south Mumbai as incessant rains continued all day. Huge traffic snarls were witnessed in south Mumbai with trees falling on some roads in Churchgate, Marine Lines, Charni Road and Worli, hitting vehicular traffic on the Eastern Express Highway and the Western Express Highway. With thousands of commuters getting stranded, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday evening said that it had made arrangements for people at the nearest civic schools outside the major railway stations. Heavy rains also lashed the adjoining coastal districts of Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg since the past 24 hours. In Ratnagiri and Raigad, more than 25 villages in two sub-districts remained cut-off, while in Mahad town in Ratnagiri, rubber boats were deployed by disaster agencies to rescue several families stranded in at least four feet water. Rains pounded Palghar and Thane causing waterlogging in many towns like Mira Road, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Naigaon, Vasai, Virar and Dahanu, hitting people in a big way. The IMD has forecast heavy to extremely heavy spells of rain in Mumbai and the coastal Konkan area in the next 24 hours.      You might also like LEAVE A COMMENTYour Email address will not be published. Title : Rains pound Mumbai, MMR for second straight day           You have 2000 characters left. Disclaimer: Please write your correct name and email address. Kindly do not post any personal, abusive, defamatory, infringing, obscene, indecent, discriminatory or unlawful or similar comments. Daijiworld.com will not be responsible for any defamatory message posted under this article. 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2020-08-05Maharashtra records 7,760 COVID-19 cases; tally soars to 4,57,956 - Mumbai Live
Maharashtra records 7,760 COVID-19 cases; tally soars to 4,57,956Maharashtra records 7,760 COVID-19 cases; tally soars to 4,57,956On Tuesday, August 4, Maharashtra clocked 7,760 fresh cases of the coronavirus, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 4,57,956.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic MumbaiSHARESOn Tuesday, August 4, Maharashtra clocked 7,760 fresh cases of the coronavirus, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 4,57,956. Currently, there are 1,42,151 active cases in the state. With 12,326 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 2,99,356. On the other hand, 300 people succumbed to the disease in the state.The details of the 7,760 fresh cases and 300 deaths (deaths recorded in brackets) are down below:Mumbai Municipal Corporation-709 (56), Thane-142 (6), Thane Municipal Corporation-226 (7), Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation-259 (7), Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation-103 (6), Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation-39 (1), Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Corporation-15 (16), Mira Bhayander Municipal Corporation-89 (8), Palghar-123 (1), Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation -86 (4), Raigad-129 (6), Panvel Municipal Corporation-106, Nashik-110 (4), Nashik Municipal Corporation-337 (5), Malegaon Municipal Corporation-8, Ahmednagar-207 (2), Ahmednagar Municipal Corporation-120, Dhule-10 (2), Dhule Municipal Corporation-25 (1), Jalgaon-249 (7), Jalgaon Municipal Corporation-41 (5), Nandurbar-10 (2), Pune-326 (10), Pune Municipal Corporation-1296 (29) ), Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation-585 (17), Solapur-163 (3), Solapur Municipal Corporation-37 (1), Satara-163 (1), Kolhapur-209 (29), Kolhapur Municipal Corporation-34 (4), Sangli- 109 (5), Sangli Miraj Kupwad Municipal Corporation-146 (3), Sindhudurg-14, Ratnagiri-58, Aurangabad-124 (1), Aurangabad Municipal Corporation-97 (10), Jalna-1, Hingoli-3, Parbhani-18, Parbhani Municipal Corporation-24, Latur-75 (1), Latur Municipal Corporation-44 (5), Osmanabad-344 (2), Beed-57, Nanded-43 (2), Nanded Municipal Corporation-55 (1), Akola-11 ( 2), Akola Municipal Corporation-5 (1), Amravati-3 (1), Amara On behalf of Municipal Corporation-69, Yavatmal-52, Buldhana-87 (1), Washim-64, Nagpur-62 (3), Nagpur Municipal Corporation-174 (14), Wardha-11 (1), Gondia-17, Chandrapur-11, Chandrapur Municipal Corporation-1, Gadchiroli-12, other states 13.The details of the district wise list of active COVID-19 patients in the state are as follows:Mumbai: Infected Patients (1,18,115), Cured Patients (90,960), Deaths (6,549), Deaths due to other causes (297), Active Patients (20,309)Thane: Infected Patients (98,216), Cured Patients (64,850), Deaths (2754), Deaths due to other causes (1), Active Patients (30,611)Palghar: Infected Patients (16,817), Healed Patients (10,305), Deaths (368), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (6144)Raigad: Infected patients (17,989), Cured patients (13,207), Deaths (417), Deaths due to other causes (2), active patients (4363)Ratnagiri: Infected patients (1928), Cured patients (1242), Deaths (66), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active patients (620)Sindhudurg: Infected Patients (414), Cured Patients (294), Deaths (7), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (113)Pune: Infected patients (98,876), cured patients (58,137), Deaths (2342), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active patients (38,397)Satara: Infected Patients (4616), Cured Patients (2650), Deaths (152), Deaths due to other causes (1), Active Patients (1813)Sangli: Infected Patients (3406), Healed Patients (1245), Deaths (94), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (2067)Kolhapur: Infected Patients (6657), Healed Patients (2577), Deaths (165), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (3915)Solapur: Infected Patients (10,002), Healed Patients (5,266), Deaths (532), Deaths due to other causes (1), Active Patients (4203)Nashik: Infected patients (16,534), Cured patients (10,419), Deaths (498), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active patients (5617)Ahmednagar: Infected Patients (6233), Healed Patients (3609), Deaths (78), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (2546)Jalgaon: Infected patients (12,085), Cured patients (8318), Deaths (558), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active patients (3209)Nandurbar: Infected patients (668), Cured patients (441), Deaths (38), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active patients (189)Dhule: Infected Patients (3276), Healed Patients (2145), Deaths (111), Deaths due to other causes (2), Active Patients (1018)Aurangabad: Infected patients (14,672), Cured patients (9,400), Deaths (518), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active patients (4754)Jalna: Infected Patients (2010), Cured Patients (1512), Deaths (78), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (420)Beed: Infected Patients (989), Cured Patients (302), Deaths (23), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (664)Latur: Infected Patients (2598), Healed Patients (1259), Deaths (119), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (1220)Parbhani: Infected Patients (741), Cured Patients (378), Deaths (25), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active Patients (338)Hingoli: Infected patients (671), Cured patients (446), Deaths (15), Deaths due to other causes (0), Active patients (210)Nanded: Infected patients (2363), Cured patients (904), Deaths (86)ALSO READ: BMC announces 20% water cut from August 5मराठी मध्ये वाचाRELATED TOPICSCoronavirusCoronavirus latest newsCoronavirus LIVE updateCOVID19Coronavirus pandemic  Loading next story...Latest NewsExternment Notice: MNS leader Avinash Jadhav's bail plea 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2020-08-05Rains pound Mumbai, MMR for second straight day, life disrupted - National Herald
Rains pound Mumbai, MMR for second straight day, life disrupted Central Railway (CR) suburban train services were suspended between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Kurla on the mainline and CSMT and Vashi on the Harbour Line after heavy downpourIANS PhotoIANS Published: 5 Aug 2020, 9:13 PMEngagement: 0Heavy rains pounded Mumbai, Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and coastal Konkan for the second consecutive day, hitting suburban train services and disrupting normal life, officials said.Gateway of India ... #MumbaiRains ... pic.twitter.com/zpx9v1CxNC— Supriya Bhardwaj (@Supriya23bh) August 5, 2020 In a rare development, many parts of south Mumbai like Churchgate, Marine Lines, Marine Drive, Kalbadevi, Dongri, Byculla, Mazagaon, Parel, Dadar and surroundings witnessed heavy waterlogging, throwing the central business districts of the area out of gear.Central Railway (CR) suburban train services were suspended between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Kurla on the mainline and CSMT and Vashi on the Harbour Line after heavy downpour, said CR spokesperson Shivaji Sutar.Similarly, Western Railway spokesperson Sumit Thakur said that owing to heavy rains, some suburban trains were suspended and all trains were reversed from Mumbai Central, Dadar, Bandra and Andheri.Major landmarks like the Bombay Stock Exchange's (BSE) Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Tower suffered the brunt of the rain fury when its massive signboard on the 29th floor got ripped off and hung precariously.Some sections of a cement cladding adorning the exteriors of the Jaslok Hospital in south Mumbai were blown off and fell in pieces on the road below, but there were no reports of any casualties. In some areas, water rushed into ground-floor homes, shops or offices in south Mumbai as incessant rains continued all day.Huge traffic snarls were witnessed in south Mumbai with trees falling on some roads in Churchgate, Marine Lines, Charni Road and Worli, hitting vehicular traffic on the Eastern Express Highway and the Western Express Highway.With thousands of commuters getting stranded, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday evening said that it had made arrangements for people at the nearest civic schools outside the major railway stations.Heavy rains also lashed the adjoining coastal districts of Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg since the past 24 hours.In Ratnagiri and Raigad, more than 25 villages in two sub-districts remained cut-off, while in Mahad town in Ratnagiri, rubber boats were deployed by disaster agencies to rescue several families stranded in at least four feet water.Rains pounded Palghar and Thane causing waterlogging in many towns like Mira Road, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Naigaon, Vasai, Virar and Dahanu, hitting people in a big way.The IMD has forecast heavy to extremely heavy spells of rain in Mumbai and the coastal Konkan area in the next 24 hours.Also Read: Heavy rains to persist in Mumbai, coastal Maharashtra on Satuday: IMDFor all the latest India News, Follow India Section. MumbaiCentral RailwayMumbai rainscoastal Konkan Most PopularInjunction against Patanjali from using ‘Coronil’; Madras HC slaps Rs 10 lakh fine, says firm exploiting fearA new virus from China is here to scare the worldLIVE News Updates: 8 NE states register 65,882 COVID-19 cases, 174 deathsSmriti Irani-run Textiles Ministry scraps 28-year-old Handloom Board Turmeric compound could kill certain coronaviruses next Follow UsSubscribeHomeNewsDemocracyInvestigationCafeYoung IndiaVideosEYE ON RSSBlogPhotosAbout UsAdvertisePrivacy PolicyCareerCopyrightsSubscription Terms & ConditionsSection RSS FeedsContact UsCopyright © 2020 National Herald. All rights reserved.Powered by Quintype
2020-08-04Ulhasnagar civic body acts against private Covid hospital for overcharging ₹36 lakh from 82 patients - Hindustan Times
2020-08-04COVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36L - Yahoo India News
COVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36LPTI4 August 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Aug 4 (PTI) A private hospital in Ulhasnagar in Thane has been issued a notice after an audit found it had overcharged 82 COVID-19 patients to the tune of Rs 36.39 lakh, a civic official said on Tuesday.Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation public relation officer Yuvraj Badane said the hospital has been asked to refund the excess amount to patients failing which action would be taken.The audit of private hospitals providing COVID-19 treatment was taken up on the instructions of the UMC commissioner, he added. 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 nextMadhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan Discharged from Hospital after Recovering from Covid-19News182,750 Tonnes of Ammonium Nitrate Caused Beirut Blasts, 113 DeadThe QuintCOVID-19 update: Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh report 10,000+ new casesAniSushant Singh Rajput case: ED summons Rhea Chakraborty, to appear on August 7ANIRam Temple Digital Billboard Features in New York’s Times Square, Watch VideoLatestlyWatch: NDRF carries out rescue operation in Gujarat’s flood-affected ValsadAniAs Alzheimer’s Soars in Texas, Memory Care Innovator Silverado Returns to AustinBusiness WireSushant's former manager Disha Salian did not commit suicide, she was raped and murdered: RaneANIAbhishek Bachchan Posts Another Sky Pic from Hospital, Sister Shweta Asks Him to 'Hang in There'News18Aishwarya Sheoran, Miss India 2016 Finalist, Cracks UPSC Exams 2019 With 93rd Rank, Beauty Queen Says ‘Civil Services Had Always Been My Dream’LatestlyToday is historic day, taking credit for Ram temple is wrong: Kamal NathAniVijayan Defends Involving Police in Covid-19 Containment Work, Accuses Cong of False PropagandaNews18Mumbai rains: Maha CM asks people to avoid going outdoorsPTISchwarzenegger Family Reunites to Celebrate Arnold’s Birthday, Shares Pic on InstagramNews18Ram is everywhere, Ram belongs to all, says PM Modi after laying first brick for templeYahoo NewsIntense rainfall batters MumbaiAni
2020-08-04Man arrested for `misbehaving' with cops tests +ve - Free Press Journal
Man arrested for `misbehaving' with cops tests +veBy Agencies When asked for vehicle's documents, she allegedly got into an argument with the police and called her father.ANI Photo A 53-year-old man arrested for allegedly misbehaving with police officials has tested positive for coronavirus, an official said on Tuesday. The man was arrested alongwith his daughter and her fiance last week.During his medical examination he tested positive for the virus. However, his daughter and her boyfriend as well as the police personnel who had come in contact with them tested negative for the infection, the official said.The man's daughter and her fiance were stopped by the police in sector 3 of suburban Charkop when they were riding a motorbike during lockdown last week.When asked for vehicle's documents, she allegedly got into an argument with the police and called her father.All three were arrested for allegedly misbehaving with a police officer on duty.After his coronavirus diagnosis, the man was admitted to a government hospital. (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) CharkopCoronavirusCOVID 19 Recent StoriesLIVERam Mandir Bhoomi Pujan Live Updates: Ayodhya decorated for foundation stone laying ceremonyLIVEMumbai Rains Latest Updates: Intense rain likely in city today, predicts IMDCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC to conduct non-invasive voice sample analysis COVID-19 patientsCoronavirus in Pune: With 2098 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, tally jumps to 94,978; death toll at 2,185Coronavirus in Maharashtra: State reports 7,730 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 4,57,956 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
2020-08-04Crowdfunding platform raises Rs 30L for altruistic couple - Free Press Journal
Crowdfunding platform raises Rs 30L for altruistic couple By Agencies Malad couple fed 1500 people during the lockdown and has exhausted their savings.File Photo An online crowd-funding platform has raised Rs 30 lakh from donors for Mumbai-based Faiyaz Sheikh and his wife Mizga who exhausted their personal savings to feed about 1,500 people during the lockdown period.Sheikh said he was overwhelmed by the response evoked by his good deed.He said the platform has asked him and his wife to submit a projection about their future plans."We are very happy that our work has been recognised.During the lockdown, we spent Rs 5 lakh. But after a report was published in newspapers about our work, we received a donation of Rs 4 lakh from an industrialist," he said.The Sheikhs, bases in Malwani in western suburb of Malad, run a school in a slum area where about 350 students are studying."We will provide them various facilities including healthcare and ration (from Rs 30 lakh)," he said.Sheikh said his school lacked a washroom forcing teachers and students to use public toilets.The school also needs a library, desktops and audio- visual aids, he said."Even benches and blackboards in our five-room school are in a bad shape," 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) malad MalwanilockdownCoronavirusCOVID 19Faiyaz SheikhMizga Sheikh Recent StoriesLIVERam Mandir Bhoomi Pujan Live Updates: Ayodhya decorated for foundation stone laying ceremonyLIVEMumbai Rains Latest Updates: Intense rain likely in city today, predicts IMDCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC to conduct non-invasive voice sample analysis COVID-19 patientsCoronavirus in Pune: With 2098 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, tally jumps to 94,978; death toll at 2,185Coronavirus in Maharashtra: State reports 7,730 new COVID-19 cases, tally rises to 4,57,956 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
2020-08-04Ulhasnagar witnesses a decrease in coronavirus cases - Mumbai Live
Ulhasnagar witnesses a decrease in coronavirus casesUlhasnagar witnesses a decrease in coronavirus casesAs of August 3, 2020, 54 new coronavirus (COVID-19) patients were reported in Ulhasnagar taking the tally to 7183.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic UlhasnagarSHARESOver the last few weeks, Ulhasnagar had an exponential increase in the number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases. However, reports released recently show that the growth rate and COVID-19 spread in Ulhasnagar and nearby areas have now reduced, and the situation seems to be under control.As of August 3, 2020, 54 new coronavirus (COVID-19) patients were reported in Ulhasnagar taking the tally to 7183. Further, 166 deaths were reported due to the infection, and more than 5800 patients have been discharged after treatment. Less than 1,000 cases are said to be active in the locality.Observing this change, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) has released an order allowing all shops in the area to open in the odd/even (P-1 and P-2) manner from 9 am to 7 pm. It is said that the decision was also taken, in view of the upcoming festivals, as it would provide a big relief to the traders which would also give them an extension of 2 hours per day. But this method cannot be changed for some more days. Moreover, lockdown will be applicable until August 31, across all Containment zones, as suggested by the state government.The commissioner of the region has also allowed all the factories to resume work, however, strict actions will be taken against those who violate the rules. While social distancing is important, wearing masks at all times is mandatory.As of August 3, 2020, Thane district reported a total of 97,343 cases, out of which 32,191 were active. The data also showed that 62,448 cases had recovered from the treatment and 2,703 died due to coronavirus infection. The tally in Maharashtra has crossed the 4.5-lakh mark with more than 2.8 lakh patients discharged.हिंदी में पढ़ेंRELATED TOPICSMumbaimaharashtracoronavirusulhasnagarCOVID-19Thane  Loading next story...Latest NewsMumbai Rains: Aaditya Thackeray visits waterlogged areasMade in India Lava Z66 with 13MP selfie camera launched for Rs 7,77742 trees have fallen in Mumbai due to heavy rainfallMumbai Falcons Indian e-Racing Championship: Pune’s Muhammad Ibrahim dominates Round 2Government offices declare holiday due to continual rains in MumbaiMumbai Rains: Landslide reported near the Western Express Highway in KandivaliAdvertisementCivicMumbai Rains: Aaditya Thackeray visits waterlogged areas42 trees have fallen in Mumbai due to heavy rainfallGovernment offices declare holiday due to continual rains in MumbaiMumbai Rains: Landslide reported near the Western Express Highway in KandivaliPortion of Vakola chawl in Santacruz crashes; one rescued, three missingCOVID-19 doubling rate in Mumbai currently at 78 days 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)
2020-08-04COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see major drop in cases; no respite for Badlapur residents - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see major drop in cases; no respite for Badlapur residentsYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see major drop in cases; no respite for Badlapur residentsWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 4, 2020, 20:43 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 44 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,988. Also, with 173 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 5,981 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 862 while 145 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 44 new cases, the maximum of 17 came up in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 12 in Ulhasnagar-3, 11 in Ulhasnagar-5 and one each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 12 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 3,949. At present, 343 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 158 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,448 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Tuesday, 61 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,806 with 48 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Katrap, Yadav Nagar, Shani Nagar, Yashraj Nagar, Ganesh Nagar and Shravani Complex, while the remaining were from Pranali Park, Rohidas Wada, Barrage Road, Nilkanth Darshan, Mankivali, Shivaji Chowk, Bhonsle Nagar, Hendrepada and Mohanandnagar. So far, 2,392 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 366 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.71 per cent and the recovery rate at 85.24 per cent. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar extends lockdown in containment zones ti...Jul 22, 2020Fake alert: Old video shared to show crowd going berserk in Saudi Ara...May 26, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 11 new cases; Ambernath and Badl...May 16, 2020 Brigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Avail Lexus NX 300h at 54.9L *Limited stocks.Lexus Bangalore.Get 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareKia Sonet | 7th Aug | Next Level of WildKia Motors IndiaWhat Do You Lose Every Time You Colour your Hair?Indus Valley Get Natural & Pure Milk, Get 100% Cashback on First RechargeCountry Delight#MonsterShot:64MP Intelli-Cam |Single Take| Starting Rs19499Samsung Galaxy M31sBe a part of legacy. AICTE approved. International immersionIMT- GhaziabadHow Mandira Kapoor is earning Rs.14500/day from home!Career TimesHome Learning Program for Child with Developmental Delays.Mom’s BeliefA Girl From Bengaluru Became a Billionaire Using This MethodNews-speaker
2020-08-04COVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36L - Outlook India
COVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36L Outlook August 04, 2020 21:55 IST COVID-19: Ulhasnagar hosp pulled up for excess bills of Rs 36L outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Aug 4 (PTI) A private hospital in Ulhasnagar in Thane has been issued a notice after an audit found it had overcharged 82 COVID-19 patients to the tune of Rs 36.39 lakh, a civic official said on Tuesday. Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation public relation officer Yuvraj Badane said the hospital has been asked to refund the excess amount to patients failing which action would be taken. The audit of private hospitals providing COVID-19 treatment was taken up on the instructions of the UMC commissioner, he added. 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 Pakistan, 1st Test: ENG, PAK Cricketers Aim To Stay Mentally Fresh Massive Explosion Shakes Lebanon's Capital Beirut, Several Injured Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar Launches NCDC's YouTube Channel More from Outlook Magazine Lockdown Diary | Of John F Kennedy's Inspirational Words And A Cooking Challenge! Imperfect Korvai Adda Robusta Next Story : Kanye West withdraws petition to get on NJ''s 2020 ballot Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-08-04Ulhasnagar hospital gets notice for ‘overcharging’ - Times of India
Ulhasnagar hospital gets notice for ‘overcharging’Ulhasnagar hospital gets notice for ‘overcharging’Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Aug 4, 2020, 09:45 ISTRepresentative imageThe Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) has issued a notice to a private hospital for recovery of Rs 36 lakh allegedly overcharged from 82 Covid-19 patients. The civic body has given Maxlife Hospital seven days to file a reply, which if not satisfactory, will invite legal action against the hospital. The move has come following several complaints to UMC chief Dr Raja Dayanidhi from patients and kin. Dayanidhi then formed a team to audit the bills of six private Covid hospitals in Ulhasnagar. Dr Yuvraj Bhadane, UMC PRO, said, “The audit team found that from July 17 the hospital charged 82 patients Rs 68 lakh, out of which Rs 36 lakh was overcharged. Dr Mahesh Mule, Maxlife Hospital, said, “UMC considered basic bed charges while many patients were on oxygen support and ventilator. Their charges are not included in audit. We will reply with all details.” 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 IndiaCoronavirus vaccineD614G mutationCoronavirus India update liveDream11 IPLPranab MukherjeeAmit ShahFinal Year ExamsBHU Admit CardMukesh AmbaniLATEST VIDEOSCitySelf-styled godman Nithyananda sets up a bank called Reserve Bank of Kailasa Gujarat: Cop who never misses covering dead with shrouds spending money from his own pocket J&K: Top LeT commander Sajjad alias Haider killed in Baramulla encounter Delhi riots case: Enforcement Directorate grills suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain 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 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 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 IndiaCoronavirus vaccineD614G mutationCoronavirus India update liveDream11 IPLPranab MukherjeeAmit ShahFinal Year ExamsBHU Admit CardMukesh AmbaniITR Refund StatusSchools ReopenNewsWeekly HoroscopeCoronavirus 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 webSSR-Disha ChatSushant Death CaseSubramanian SwamyKangana RanautRhea ChakrabortyMadhur on SSR DeathSSR Father LawyerSpain to Shutter NightclubsBTS ArmyTrending topicsSSR-Kushal ChatSSR Business PartnerGajraj RaoSSR Case Live UpdatesKK SinghSanjay DuttIrrfan Khan's WifeSSR CaseJanhvi KapoorOxford Coronavirus VaccineMalaysia Coronavirus StrainCoronavirus VaccineAmazon App QuizRealme Buds PriceOppo Power Bank 2HP Envy Series LaptopSoda MakersCoronavirus in BangaloreFollow 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
2020-08-03Medical staffers in Kalyan-Dombivli Covid centres tie rakhis to patients - Hindustan Times
2020-08-03Rural parts of Maharashtra witnessing a surge in Covid-19 cases - Hindustan Times
2020-08-03Rural parts of Maharashtra witnessing a surge in Covid-19 cases - Hindustan Times
2020-08-03Ulhasnagar civic body acts against private Covid hospital for overcharging ₹36 lakh from 82 patients - Hindustan Times
2020-08-02Thane: Kalyan’s matka king shot dead by ‘former partner, three aides’ - Times of India
Thane: Kalyan’s matka king shot dead by ‘former partner, three aides’Thane: Kalyan’s matka king shot dead by ‘former partner, three aides’Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Aug 2, 2020, 09:27 IST Jignesh ThakkarKALYAN: “Matka king” Jignesh Thakkar (43), also known as Muniya, was allegedly shot dead by a former partner and three others outside his Kalyan office late on Friday, over a suspected financial dispute and the victim’s refusal to pay protection money. Police said the accused fired four rounds of bullets at Thakkar who was taken to Fortis Hospital in Kalyan where he was declared dead on arrival. After shooting him, the assailants sped away in a car. Thakkar’s associate, who was witness to the crime, filed a complaint with the local Mahatma Phule police and an FIR was registered for murder under the Indian Penal Code and certain sections of the Arms Act against former gangster Dharmesh alias Nannu Shah, his associate one Jaipal alias Japan, and two unknown persons. Police sources said Shah, who was earlier associated with gangster Chhota Rajan. has cases of murder, extortion and assault registered against him at various police stations in Thane, Pune, Ahmedabad and Daman. Vivek Pansare, Thane’s deputy commissioner of police, Zone 2, said: “Nannu Shah and Jignesh Thakkar used to work together and were even jointly accused in an extortion case. Recently, though, they had a falling out over some financial issues.” Police sources said Thakkar earlier worked under Shah and both were involved in the matka business. A few months ago, though, Thakkar separated from Shah and expanded his own matka business in Kalyan, Dombivli, Ulhasnagar and Vitthalwadi. Police sources alleged initially Thakkar used to give protection money to Shah but he stopped paying up recently, which led to friction between the two. Police said two days ago, Thakkar also got into an argument with one Chetan Patel, an associate of Shah. Allegedly angered by the incident, on Friday night, Shah, Jaipal and two unidentified men allegedly shot at Thakkar who was outside his office with the complainant. In his complaint, Thakkar’s associate said when he tried to intervene, his attackers threatened to kill him too. Police said they have collected CCTV footage from the Neelam Galli area in the neighbourhood where the accused were reportedly seen fleeing in a car. 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2020-08-02Shiv Sena corporator Sunil Surve from Ulhasnagar dies of health complications - United News of India
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2020-08-01COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers see a steady decline - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers see a steady declineYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers see a steady declineWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Aug 1, 2020, 21:55 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: ANIThane: Ulhasnagar reported 46 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,841. Also, with 153 recoveries on Saturday, as many as 5,549 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 1,157 while 135 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 46 new cases, the maximum of 16 came up in Ulhasnagar-5, followed by 15 in Ulhasnagar-4, nine in Ulhasnagar-3 and six in Ulhasnagar-1. No new cases were reported from Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 30 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday taking the total number to 3,820. At present, 448 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 152 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 3,220 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Saturday, 58 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,623 with 48 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Panvelkar Heights, Pranjee Gardens, Hendrepada and Patil Pada, while the remaining were from Belauli, Sanewadi, Gandhi Chowk, Katrap, MIDC Road, DP Road, Shirgaon, Yadav Nagar, Rameshwadi, Barrage Road, Manjarli, Raut Chawl and Shani Nagar. So far, 2,224 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 350 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.83 per cent and the recovery rate at 84.83 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 Brigade El Dorado, 2 &3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37LBrigade El DoradoKia Sonet | 7th Aug | Next Level of WildKia Motors IndiaSofas & More furniture - Right balance of beauty & comfort!Sofas & More. Try it, to believe it. Quor Live Search!QuorOnline Learning Program for Child with Learning DisabilitiesMom’s Belief2 & 3 BHK homes less than ₹ 37L, Brigade El DoradoBrigade El Dorado Read to know how to strengthen your financial immunitySBI Life InsuranceSecure their future, with a term planHDFC LifeInsure your bike and settle your claims* within 20 minutes.Bajaj AllianzGet 1st page ranking with AI-based and advanced SEO serviceThatwareThis lady is making Rs.11500/day in this lockdown from home!Career TimesDesigner Masks, N95, Combos & More on MensXP Shop!MENSXP
2020-08-01Matka king Jignesh Thakkar shot dead outside his office in Kalyan - Times of India
Matka king Jignesh Thakkar shot outside his office in KalyanMatka king Jignesh Thakkar shot dead outside his office in KalyanPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Aug 1, 2020, 13:37 ISTJignesh ThakkarKALYAN: Four persons shot dead matka king Jignesh Thakkar, also known as Muniya, outside his office on Friday late night in Kalyan. The police said that in the attack, Muniya had suffered four rounds bullet and he was taken to Fortis hospital in Kalyan where he was declared dead. Following the incident, on complaint of associate of Muniya local Mahatma phule police have registered Murder and Arms Act related case against gangster Dharmesh alias Nannu Shah, his associate Jaipal alias Japan and two unknown persons. Police sources said that Nannu is a former gangster who has several cases registered against him. He was earlier associated with underworld don Chotta Rajan. The police said that two days ago, Muniya had some dispute with Chetan Patel who is associates of Nannu and over same dispute on Friday night when Muniya alongwith his one associate was sitting outside his office and was planning to return back home during which Nannu, Jaipal and two unidentified came at spot and they started firing on Muniya. In the complaint, Muniya's associate said that while returning back attackers shown him revolver and threatened that they will also kill him also but later escaped from the spot. The police have found that Muniya, who have several Matka businesses in Kalyan and surrounding areas like Dombivli and Ulhasnagar, had some business rivalry with Nannu Shah that have led to killing. The police said that several teams have been formed to nab the culprits. 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2020-08-01Coronavirus outbreak: Active cases in sister cities show decline - Mid-day
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2020-08-01COVID-19 death toll nears 15,000 in Maharashtra - Mid-day
On Friday, the number of novel Coronavirus cases in Mumbai remained steady at around 1,000, while Maharashtra continued to record over 10,000 new infections. As many as 265 more casualties were registered across the state, including 53 in the city. State health department officials said that among the districts, Pune continued to have the highest daily count with over 2,000 cases, followed by Mumbai with 1,085. In the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Thane reported 553 new confirmed infections, Navi Mumbai 400 and Kalyan Dombivli 376 cases. With 10,320 new confirmed cases, the state's total tally reached 4,22,118, and the death toll almost hit 15,000 with 14,994 new casualties. As of Friday, nearly 1.5 lakh COVID-19 patients are still undergoing treatment across the state. Officials said, 7,543 patients were discharged across the state on Friday after full recovery, including 689 in Mumbai. The state's recovery rate stands at 60.68 per cent, and the city's is at 76 per cent. With the 265 additional deaths due to COVID-19, the state's mortality rate stood at 3.55 per cent. At 53, Mumbai recorded the highest deaths on Friday, followed by Pune at 46. In other districts, 25 deaths were reported each in Thane and Pimpri-Chinchwad, 13 in Kalyan Dombivli, 10 in Kolhapur, nine in Ulhasnagar, eight each in Navi Mumbai and Solapur, seven each in Raigad and Nanded, six in Buldhana, five each in Nashik and Sangli, four each in Mira Bhayandar, Palghar and Aurangabad, three each in Panvel, Jalgaon, Latur and Nagpur, two each in Osmanabad and Parbhani and one each in Bhiwandi, Vasai Virar, Malegaon, Ahmednagar, Dhule, Ratnagiri, Jalna, Beed, Akola and Amravati. Civic officials said that of the 53 deceased, 45 suffered from other ailments, and 40 were senior citizens. R South ward became the 10th ward to record the total count of over 5,000 cases, and nine wards in the city together have more than 300 COVID-related deaths now. G North continued to have the third highest number of cases and on Friday, there were five fresh cases in Dharavi, 41 cases in Dadar and 23 cases in Mahim. The infection growth rate in the city is at 0.92 per cent and the doubling rate is 76 days. Among all the wards, D ward continues to have the highest growth rate of 1.7 per cent. 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 Coronavirusmaharashtramumbai news Mumbai Khabar: Sealed zones in city might open; Akshay Kumar's web series to go on floors by 2021
2020-08-01Covid-19 LIVE Updates: Maharashtra reports 9,601 cases; Mumbai's death toll climbs to 6,395 - Mumbai Mirror
Covid-19 LIVE Updates: Maharashtra reports 9,601 cases; Mumbai's death toll climbs to 6,395Aug 1, 2020, 22.58PMCovid-19 LIVE Updates: Maharashtra reports 9,601 cases; Mumbai's death toll climbs to 6,395Maharashtra's new Covid-19 cases breached the 10,000-level for the third time in July on Friday. According to the information shared by the state health department, the number of active cases in the state zoomed above 1.50 lakh of which the lion's share belongs to Pune and Thane, with Mumbai trailing at a distant third. The death toll has now gone up to 14,994, while the total cases rose to 422,118 - both the highest in the country.Amid the rising number of cases, the lockdown in the containment zones in Thane and Mira Bhayandar have been extended till August 31.Meanwhile, Aviation regulator DGCA also extended the suspension of scheduled international flights to and from the country till August 31.On the other hand, with a record single-day surge of 55,078 infections, India's Covid-19 caseload raced past 16 lakh on Friday, just two days after it reached the 15-lakh mark, while the number of recoveries rose to 10,57,805. Follow the latest news updates on Covid-19 and the lockdown here:Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-08-01 22:58(IST) Ward boy held for molesting COVID-19 patient in Pune hospitalA 40-year-old ward boy wasarrested for allegedly molesting a COVID-19 patient in a private hospital, police said on Saturday.The accused entered the ICU on Friday evening, tried to make sexual advances and sought the woman patient's number, and when she tried to shoo him away, he molested her, a Hadapsar police station official said."The accused left after a female staffer entered the ICU. The victim narrated the incident to her kin after which a police complaint was filed. The man was arrested under section 354 of IPC," he informed.2020-08-01 21:57(IST) Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur numbers see a steady declineUlhasnagar reported 46 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 6,841. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 30 new COVID-19 cases taking the total number to 3,820. At present, 448 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 58 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 2,623 with 48 deaths. Read detailed report here2020-08-01 21:50(IST) Andhra Pradesh ex-minister Manikyala Rao dies of Covid-19Andhra Pradesh former minister and BJP senior leader M Manikyala Rao succumbed to Covid-19 infection. He struggled for almost one month before passing away on Saturday.In July first week, he joined the district Covid-19 hospital in Eluru, West Godavari district. He was shifted to a private hospital as he was facing serious breathing problems.Manikyala Rao released a video message on July 4, calling upon people to take precautions for Covid-19. He revealed that he contracted the infection by traveling in a car with a friend, who was positive. The infection, he said, was transmitted from a car driver to owner to a common friend to him. "Don't keep to yourself, if you find symptoms. It is not a disease we acquired by our wrongdoings," he said in the video message.2020-08-01 21:33(IST) Mumbai reports 1,047 casesMumbai city reported 1,047 new cases, taking the tally to 1,15,331 while suburbs added 2,995 new cases.The death toll in Mumbai now stands at 6,398.The number of cases in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) reached 2,42,778 while the fatality count stood at 9,766.2020-08-01 21:33(IST) Maharashtra COVID-19 cases climb by 9,601 to 4,31,719Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally spiked by 9,601 new cases to 4,31,719 on Saturday while the death of 322 patients, including 45 in Mumbai, took the toll in the state to 15,316, the health department said.A total of 10,725 patients were discharged in the day, raising the count of recovered cases to 2,66,883.Maharashtra now has 1,49,214 active cases, Health Minister Rajesh Tope said.2020-08-01 20:23(IST) Tamil Nadu death toll at 4034Tamil Nadu on Saturday reported 5879 new Covid-19 cases with 99 deaths. With this, the total cases reported till date rose to 2,51,738 and the death toll went upto 4,034 crossing the 4000 mark.A total of 7,010 persons recovered from the disease. The active cases in the state stands at 56,738.The state capital Chennai reported 1,074 cases taking the total tally of cases in the city to 1,00,877. Similarly, Chennai accounted for 2,140 deaths out of the total tally of 4,034.A total of 12,536 children below the age of 12 have tested positive for the virus in the state so far.The state government on Saturday temporarily revoked the Covid-19 treatment license issued to Bewell private hospital in Chennai for charging a coronavirus patient Rs 12.20 lakh for 19 days treatment.The health minister C.Vijayabaskar has reportedly said that Siddha care centres will be launched in all the districts to treat Covid-19 patients with mild symptoms and asymptomatic patients.It may be recalled that Tamil Nadu alongwith Maharashtra and Mizoram have extended the lockdown till August 31 in view of the spike in number of cases.The union territory of Puducherry reported 139 fresh cases on Saturday. With two new deaths, the death toll in Puducherry rose to 51. The active cases is 1,357.2020-08-01 19:54(IST) Mumbai mayor Kishori Pednekar's brother passes away due to COVID-19Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Mayor Kishori Pednekar's elder brother Sunil Kadam passed away due to coronavirus on Saturday.The 59-year-old was undergoing treatment at the city's Nair hospital, where he succumbed to the virus at around 8.30 in the morning.2020-08-01 19:27(IST) 24 health workers in Kerala test positive; with 8 deaths the death toll goes upto 81Kerala continues to witness a spike in Covid-19 cases, with the state capital Thiruvanthapuram contributing in no small measure to the surge. For instance, 27 inmates, 6 nuns and 2 staff of a welfare home for the elderly people tested positive for the virus on Friday. The welfare home is located in Pulluvila where community transmission has been confirmed by the government.The state on Saturday reported 1129 cases with Thiruvanthapuram accounting for 259 cases. Kasargod reported 153 cases, Malappuram 141, Kozhikode 95, Pathanamthitta 85, Thrissur 76, Alappuzha 67, Ernakulam 59, Kottayam and Palakkad 47 each, Wayanad 46, Kollam 35, Idukki 14 and Kannur 5.Of the total, 89 had come from abroad while 114 people from other states. As many as 24 health workers tested positive for the virus with 14 in Thiruvananthapuram, 2 in Kozhikode and 1 each in Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Ernakulam, Thrissur, Malappuram and Kannur.Kerala recorded 8 new deaths taking the death toll to 81.The deceased were in the age group of 49 to 82. Two deaths were reported in Ernakulam district while one each in Malappuram, Kasargod, Thiruvanthapuram, Kozhikode, Kollam and Thrissur.The active cases in the state as on date is 10,862.2020-08-01 18:48(IST) Kerala Police reports first Covid-19 death; DGP exempts officers above 50 years from field dutyThe Kerala Director General of Police (DGP) Loknath Behera ordered exemption of police officers above the age of 50 years from Covid-19 related field duty.He re-assigned officers above 50 years for station duty to lessen their chances of exposure to the deadly virus, sources said.The State Police Chief's decision was prompted by the death of a sub-inspector of police, aged 55 years, on late Friday night. The sub-inspector, with comorbidities, died of cardiac arrest after he tested positive for Covid-19.He became the first officer of the police force to succumb to the virus in Kerala.2020-08-01 17:58(IST) Berlur Math closes gates for devotees as COVID-19 rages in BengalBelur Math, the globalheadquarters of Ramakrishna Math and Mission, Saturday announced that entry of devotees will be banned in its premises from August 2 as the COVID-19 pandemic is still raging.The Secretary of Belur Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, Swami Suvirananda said in a video message on Saturday that the Math is being closed for visitors for the second time from August 1.The sprawling Math complex on the banks of the Hoogly river in Howrah district was kept totally out of bounds for visitors from March 24 when the lockdown was clamped for the first time. The authorities of Ramakrishna Math and Mission, founded by Swami Vivekananda, had thrown open the gates with certain regulations and safety protocols from June 15.2020-08-01 15:58(IST) KSHRC registers case against State govt on rights violation in Covid managementKarnataka State Human Rights Commission has registered a case against the State government for Human Rights violations in handling Covid 19.Based on a complaint filed by Congress leader HK Patil, the KSHRC registered a case and posted the first hearing on August 28.In the complaint Patil had alleged that there was ``rampant corruption and victims are not getting proper treatment in Covid Care Centres. Ambulances were also not made available even after two to three days because of which people died,'' he said. The former law minister further alleged that doctors and the frontline Covid warriors are not getting PPE kits. Patil also referred to the insensitive and inhuman manner in which the dead were buried in Ballari, Raichur, Davanagere, Chitradurga and Bengaluru causing gross violation of human rights. (Reported by Rajashekar S)2020-08-01 15:55(IST) COVID-19 patient ends life by jumping off hospital building in TripuraA 31-year-old COVID-19 patientallegedly died by suicide by jumping off the third floor of a hospital building in Tripura on Saturday, police said.The man, a resident of Muhuripur village in South Tripura district, was admitted to the state-run Govind Ballabh Pant Hospital here on Friday after allegedly consuming poison, they said.He had tested positive for COVID-19 during the mandatory rapid antigen test conducted before his admission to the hospital, authorities of the medical establishment said.The man went to the third floor of the hospital building and jumped off a window early on Saturday. He died on the spot, they said.2020-08-01 15:55(IST) WHO suggests Ahmedabd COVID-19 measures as case study:Guj GovtThe World Health Organisation(WHO) has appreciated the management of COVID-19 in Gujarat's Ahmedabad and suggested to take up various measures being implemented in the city as a case study for rest of India and other countries, the state government said on Saturday.WHO chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan has appreciated the COVID-19 management in Ahmedabad, it said.The WHO has suggested to take up initiatives in Ahmedabad like 'Dhanvantari Rath', 104 fever helpline, Sanjivani Van; and active participation of private hospitals in control and treatment as a case study for other cities in India and abroad, it said.2020-08-01 15:55(IST) Delhi: Coronavirus dampens festive mood on Eid al-AdhaThe festive spirit of Eid al-Adha was subdued in the national capital on Saturday with the coronavirus pandemic badly hitting livestock sale for the festival of sacrifice and restricting many people to their homes.Despite just around 10,000 active COVID-19 cases in Delhi -- far better than was feared -- and easing of lockdown restrictions, many faithful preferred offering 'namaaz' at their homes than visiting mosques.Those who offered prayers at mosques said a fewer number of people had turned up there, and the mood was not as ebullient as previous years.Outside the Jama Masjid, the Delhi Police put up signboards requesting people to wear masks and ensure physical distancing while offering namaaz03:25 PM (IST) Mumbai Unlock 3: Kandivali's Growel 101 is all set to open with hygiene and safety protocolsWorkers in PPE kits spray disinfectants as part of safety protocol to sanitise Growel 101 in Kandivali, ahead of reopening of malls on August 5. 2020-08-01 14:44(IST) More than 7 lakh COVID-19 tests in 4 months in GujaratWith Covid-19 cases steadily on the rise, Gujarat has increased testing. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani is directly monitoring health teams’ work in the same regard. The state government has carried out 3.91 lakh tests in July itself. A government media statement clearly mentions that the Chief Minister has got testing increased in the last fortnight looking at the increasing number of Covid-19 positive patients. State government conducted 64,000 tests in April, 1,47,923 in the month of May and 1, 61,733 in June. As of July 31, per day per million testing has reached 410 which is much higher than ICMR guideline of per million 140 tests. Read the full story here2020-08-01 14:14(IST) Karnataka govt appeals protesting nurses to return to workKarnataka Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar has assured the protesting staff nurses to fulfill their demands. "I will speak with the Chief Minister (BS Yediyurappa). The government will safeguard your interests,'' he said, appealing nurses to resume work as the number of Covid-19 cases are on a rise. Nurses of medical staff are demanding extension of health insurance cover at par with the nurses in the health and family welfare department.The government which increased the salaries of the nurses of the health and family welfare, however, didn't consider those working with the medical education department.2020-08-01 13:27(IST) Himachal Pradesh detects 10 new COVID-19 positive cases, pushing COVID tally in the state to 2,574 including 1,086 active cases, 1,459 recoveries and 12 deaths2020-08-01 13:17(IST) Karnataka Minister, his wife admitted to Bowring Hospital for COVID-19 treatmentKarnataka Agriculture Minister BC Patil and his wife Vanaja Patil have been admitted to the Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital in Bengaluru. On Thursday, Patil and his wife tested positive for Covid 19. Following the advice from the doctors, the Minister and his wife went to the government-run hospital in Bengaluru and were immediately admitted. In a message, the Minister said that they are fine and asymptomatic. He said that there is no need to fear and panic if tested positive. His son-in-law and eight of his staff have also been tested positive. Read the full story here2020-08-01 12:47(IST) Puducherry reports 139 new COVID-19 positive cases, taking the total number of positive cases to 3,593 including 1,357 active cases, 2,185 discharges and 51 deaths: UT Health DepartmentNextRecent 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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