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2020-09-30COVID-19: BMC imposes no mask, no entry rule in public transport, shops & malls - Republic World - Republic World
COVID-19: BMC imposes 'no mask, no entry' rule in public transport, shops & malls Last Updated: 30th September, 2020 12:03 IST COVID-19: BMC Imposes 'no Mask, No Entry' Rule In Public Transport, Shops & Malls BMC on Tuesday imposed strict rules for people travelling in public transport and visiting shopping malls in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 Written By Brigitte Fernandes No mask, no entry—the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Tuesday imposed strict rules for people travelling in public transport and visiting shopping malls in order to curb the further spread of coronavirus as the city is witnessing a huge number of positive cases each passing day.  ‘No mask, no entry’ Mumbai's civic corporation announced that people not wearing masks will not be allowed entry inside public transport buses, taxis and rickshaws. Furthermore, the officials also said malls, societies, offices etc will have to strictly paste ‘no mask, no entry’ stickers as part of measures taken to increase awareness among people about COVID-19 outbreak norms involving face coverings.  The officials further informed that the important decisions were taken in an e-meeting chaired by Brihanmumbai Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal. The officials also informed that the ward offices will convey the decision to taxi and autorickshaw unions as well as the management of other establishments. Chahal also instructed civic officials to enforce fines for mask violations which is currently capped at Rs 200. Between April 1 and September 26, the civic body has fined 14,000 people in the metropolis for not wearing masks in public and collected Rs 52.76 lakh, the officials informed. Meanwhile, the BEST general manager Surendrakumar Bagde said the decision would be implemented strictly on the civic-run metropolitan bus service. READ | Kangana Ranaut Vs Sena: "Something fishy" going on in BMC over demolitions, says HC READ | What steps BMC took for disabled staffers' commute, asks HC COVID-19 crisis in Maharashtra On Tuesday, September 29, Maharashtra once again witnessed a rise in daily COVID-19 cases with 14,976 persons testing positive for the novel coronavirus.  The new cases have propelled the state's COVID-19 tally to 13,66,129. At present, there are 2,60,363 active cases in the state. With 19,212 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 10,69,159.  430 deaths- 49 each from Nagpur and Mumbai, 42 from Pune, 39 from Raigad, 27 from Thane, 25 from Sangli, 23 from Yavatmal, 14 from Nagpur, 12 from Latur, 11 each from Ahmednagar, Palghar and Osmanabad, 9 each from Navi Mumbai, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Sindhudurg and Wardha, 8 from Beed, 7 from Amravati, 6 each from Ratnagiri and Solapur, 5 from Nanded, 4 each from Bhandara, Akola, Satara and Mira Bhayandar, three each from Bhiwandi, Panvel and Chandrapur, two each from Aurangabad, Pimpri Chinchwad and Ulhasnagar and one each from Kalyan-Dombivali, Vasai Virar, Nandurbar, Buldhana and Washim were reported on Tuesday.  Until now, a total of 36,181 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 66,98,024 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 21,35,496 persons are under home quarantine, 29,947 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stand at 20.4 percent, 78.26 percent, and 2.65 percent respectively.  READ | Kangana Ranaut Vs Shiv Sena: Bombay HC pulls up BMC over office demolition; read details READ | BMC teams to visit 40 lakh families under COVID awareness campaign (With inputs from PTI)   First Published: 30th September, 2020 12:03 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 18 hours ago COVID-19 vaccine: Serum Institute to make additional 100 million 'safe & effective' doses 18 hours ago COVID-19: Colombia extends lockdown until October end 'to prevent mass gatherings' 3 hours ago Disney to lay off over 28,000 employees as COVID-19 hits its theme park business 14 hours ago COVID-19: Nashik sees 745 new cases, 12 deaths; 654 discharged 14 hours ago Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu tests positive for COVID-19; advised home quarantine WORLD The Debate Business News Entertainment News Sports News World News India News Technology News Shows Nation Wants To know Sunday Debate With Arnab R. 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2020-09-30Ulhasnagar man held for assaulting wine shop owner, managers with hammer, scissors - Hindustan Times
2020-09-3030-year-old suspected of bike theft beaten to death - Mumbai Mirror
30-year-old suspected of bike theft beaten to deathYou are in an offline mode30-year-old suspected of bike theft beaten to deathByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Sep 30, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEA group of locals abducted and assaulted the hotel employee and his 16-year-old brother in Kalyan East, say police. A group of unidentified people abducted a 30-year-old Nepali national and his brother on Monday night and assaulted them over suspicions that they had stolen several bikes in Kalyan East. The group of residents allegedly beat the brothers before letting the 16-year-old go and dumping the elder brother at an isolated spot, where he succumbed to his injuries, police said. The police have registered a murder case against 12 unidentified people and are examining CCTV footage from the area. The victims have been identified as 30-year-old Bharat Parihar and 16-yearold Raju Thapa, who were working at the Sai Pooja Hotel in Chinchpada. “The group picked up the brothers in two cars and dropped the younger one near Nandivali village and the other at an isolated spot within the Hill Line police jurisdiction in Ulhasnagar," said a police official from Hill Line police station. The police said they are also investigating if Parihar was responsible for the theft of several bikes, that had been reported recently. He had arrived from Nepal 15 days ago. RELATED NEWSTaloja jail inmate dies by suicideJul 31, 2020Two more cops succumb to Covid-19; toll in force now 53Jul 22, 2020Religious head’s b’day party, a wedding blamed for community transmis...Jul 15, 2020
2020-09-29COVID-19 Tracker: Active cases in Ulhasnagar climb to 631; Badlapur, Ambernath see rapid recoveries - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Active cases in Ulhasnagar climb to 631; Badlapur, Ambernath see rapid recoveriesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Active cases in Ulhasnagar climb to 631; Badlapur, Ambernath see rapid recoveriesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 29, 2020, 20:57 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Satish Malavade/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 50 new cases of coronavirus, with which the area's tally climbed to 9,134. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 631. With 49 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 8,207. Also, with three new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 294. Out of the new cases today, 25 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, while eight cases came up in Ulhasnagar-5. Six people contracted the virus in Ulhasnagar-2 and Ulhasnagar-3 each, and five persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath saw 25 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total count to 6,202 and the death toll to 226. With a recovery rate of 90.66 per cent, as many as 5,623 patients have recovered from the virus and 353 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, the situation continues to remain tense as the township saw over 50 cases in a single day. The test reports of 58 persons came out to be positive on Tuesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 6,063 along with 77 deaths. So far, 5,619 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 367. RELATED NEWSCouple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-09-29Breach Candy, Pedder Road, Malabar Hill report 144 cases in a day - Mumbai Mirror
Breach Candy, Pedder Road, Malabar Hill report 144 cases in a dayYou are in an offline modeBreach Candy, Pedder Road, Malabar Hill report 144 cases in a dayByLinah BaligaLinah Baliga / Updated: Sep 29, 2020, 08:09 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizePhoto by Deepak TurbhekarSurge is partly down to domestic staff living in garages and sharing toilets, residents say. D ward in south Mumbai, which includes areas such as Breach Candy, Pedder Road and Malabar Hill, reported 144 Covid-19 cases on Monday, after 135 on Saturday and 133 on Sunday. This surge in cases is partly down to the fact that domestic workers have been living together — and sharing toilets — in garages and parking lots in many housing societies in the area, residents told Mirror. Meanwhile, a single housing society in Worli has clocked 49 Covid cases so far, including 28 active cases and two deaths. At Skyscraper Co-operative Housing Society at Breach Candy, 12 domestic workers tested positive on Monday after the society took the initiative to get 20 of their staff tested. The 12 were admitted to the NSCI jumbo centre. COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 6000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 50 casesUlhasnagar reported 42 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,084. Nitin Chhabria, secretary of Skyscraper CHS, said that their timely testing probably averted a much worse outbreak. He said, “We first administered antibody tests on 20 staffers and found that six had antibodies for Covid-19, suggesting they had already recovered from the disease. We then spoke to a doctor, who suggested RTPCR (swab) tests for the remaining 14. Today we found out that 12 of them are infected with Covid-19. They are all asymptomatic.” Chhabria said the workers — including security staff, sweepers and ground staff — have been living in the society’s 25 parking spaces. Each staffer occupies one of these but they all share a common toilet, which is sanitised regularly, he said. But this, it seems, wasn’t enough to prevent the disease from spreading among them. “They got infected even though we have been taking all the necessary precautions. We are not allowing part-time house helps back in yet. Drivers are allowed in but they can’t use the common toilets, “said Chhabria. Nandini Chhabria, his wife and officebearer in the Breach Candy ALM, said the society itself took the initiative to get its staff tested. “We started a fortnight ago with an antibody camp at a low price of Rs 450 per test for residents and free tests for the ground staff,” she said. Breach Candy’s Skyscraper CHS, where 12 of 14 staff tested positive on Monday; and Venus CHS at Worli, where there have been 49 cases so far (Photo by Satish Malavade) Meanwhile at Venus CHS in Worli, which has reported 49 Covid cases so far, the recent surge is also being partly blamed on domestic workers living in garages and sharing toilets. Venus CHS comprises seven wings and is home to 365 families. Arun Sehgal, chairman of the society, said, “The society has so far reported 49 cases, of which 19 have recovered and two — both senior citizens — have died. It appeared that society residents who ventured out ended up infecting domestic workers, who spread it to others. Most of the people who contracted Covid used to go out for shopping and daily chores.” Sehgal added that the number of cases in the society has been increasing steadily over the past fortnight. “E and F wings were shut down and stopped from allowing visitors on September 15. We even stopped house helps from entering. But there are a lot of senior citizens with medical needs who depend on their house helps. Going forward we are working closely with BMC, conducting education programmes at the family level,” said Sehgal. No seizure so NCB relying on technical evidence in probe into allegations against Deepika, Shraddha and SaraActors could be questioned again, if strong evidence surfaces: NCB sources. Only one wing — C — of Venus CHS has so far managed to remain Covid-free. Rakesh Mahnot, secretary of C wing, said, “As far as my wing is concerned, we didn’t allow any outsiders. Any packets and parcels coming in were sanitised in the lobby. There are Covid cases all around us. E and F blocks have at least 10. We have told our members to give their workers fresh masks and gloves every day. They are not allowed to interact with anybody in the building. The toilets are sanitised at the start and end of every day.” Madhuli, another building in the area, has reported 12 Covid cases since September 12, a medical officer from G (South) ward told Mirror. “A few senior citizens and six live-in maids have been infected. These house helps probably went out for groceries and ended up infecting the senior citizens,” said the officer. Madhuli building in Worli has reported 12 Covid cases since September 12; Skyscraper CHS at Breach Candy, where 12 domestic staff tested positive on Monday RELATED NEWSBreach Candy, Pedder Road, Malabar Hill report 144 cases in a daySep 29, 20205 months on, not one day off for house helps, concerns grow over thei...Sep 24, 202024 per cent domestic workers lose job permanently to COVID-19Sep 07, 2020
2020-09-29Mumbai: Police recovers body of 18-year-old kidnapped, murdered - Daijiworld.com
Mumbai: Police recovers body of 18-year-old kidnapped, murdered   Tue, Sep 29 2020 03:24:07 PM Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai (SD) Mumbai, Sep 29: An 18-year-old man was kidnapped and murdered in Thane district. The police have recovered the body of Bharar Parihar who worked at a Chinese stall. An unidentified man allegedly picked the victim from the food stall he was working in Chinchpada area of Ulhasnagar. As per the Vitthalwadi police, the victim was kidnapped at the pretext of accusing him of stealing a scooty, and that they were taking him to the police. Later, when the man did not return to the stall, the search began and his body was found near Nevalli village. A case of murder, kidnapping and abducting has been registered. The police are vigilantly looking out to nab the accused.    Top Stories Ronald Colaco conferred 'Bhartiya Mahantam Vikas Puraskar' in Thailand   2 days ago    52 You might also like LEAVE A COMMENTYour Email address will not be published. Title : Mumbai: Police recovers body of 18-year-old kidnapped, murdered           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. Please note that sending false messages to insult, defame, intimidate, mislead or deceive people or to intentionally cause public disorder is punishable under law. It is obligatory on Daijiworld to provide the IP address and other details of senders of such comments, to the authority concerned upon request. Hence, sending offensive comments using daijiworld will be purely at your own risk, and in no way will Daijiworld.com be held responsible. Security Validation Enter the characters in the image   Popular Most Commented Covid: Maha toll crosses 36,000, Mumbai region records 149 new deaths. Tue, Sep 29   Bombay HC reserves order as Rhea, Showik bail arguments close. Tue, Sep 29   Alert for deadly Congo fever in Maharashtra's Palghar. Tue, Sep 29   Shiv Sena to decide soon on contesting Bihar polls. Tue, Sep 29   1 Mumbai: Police recovers body of 18-year-old kidnapped, murdered. Tue, Sep 29   Mumbai: Union minister Ramdas Athwale suggests BJP, Shiv Sena unite in Maharashtra. Tue, Sep 29   2 Covid: Deaths, cases plummet in Maha, Mumbai crosses 2L-mark. Mon, Sep 28   SSR case: CBI needs to do more than a media release, says Swami. Mon, Sep 28   2 What's the status of Sushant probe? Maha minister asks CBI. Mon, Sep 28   1 Maharashtra was first to implement farm laws in August. Mon, Sep 28   Covid: Maha toll crosses 36,000, Mumbai region records 149 new deaths. Tue, Sep 29   Bombay HC reserves order as Rhea, Showik bail arguments close. Tue, Sep 29   Alert for deadly Congo fever in Maharashtra's Palghar. Tue, Sep 29   Shiv Sena to decide soon on contesting Bihar polls. Tue, Sep 29   1 Mumbai: Police recovers body of 18-year-old kidnapped, murdered. Tue, Sep 29   Mumbai: Union minister Ramdas Athwale suggests BJP, Shiv Sena unite in Maharashtra. Tue, Sep 29   2 Covid: Deaths, cases plummet in Maha, Mumbai crosses 2L-mark. Mon, Sep 28   SSR case: CBI needs to do more than a media release, says Swami. Mon, Sep 28   2 What's the status of Sushant probe? Maha minister asks CBI. Mon, Sep 28   1 Maharashtra was first to implement farm laws in August. Mon, Sep 28   Corporate Office Daijiworld Residency, Airport Road, Bondel Post, Mangalore - 575 008 Karnataka India Telephone : +91-824-2982023. General Enquiry: office@daijiworld.com, News & Info : news@daijiworld.com City Office First Floor, Divya Deepa Arcade, Bendorewell, Kankanady, Mangalore - 575 002 Karnataka India Telephone : +91-824-4259372 Franchise Office Kishoo Enterprises, 3rd Floor, Mandavi Trade Centre, Kadiyali, Udupi – 576 102 Telephone : 0091-820-4295571 E-mail : udupi@daijiworld.com   Daijiworld Middle East FZE, P.O.Box: 84772, Dubai, UAE Tel: 971-50-6597629 Fax: 971-4-2639207 Email: dubai@daijiworld.com   News Obituary Recipes Special Red Chillies Music Copyright © 2001 - 2020. All Rights Reserved. Published by Daijiworld Media Pvt Ltd., Mangalore. Home About Contact Disclamier Privacy Policy
2020-09-29Active cases in Maharashtra drop to 2.60 lakh; 21,35,496 persons in home quarantine - Republic World - Republic World
Active cases in Maharashtra drop to 2.60 lakh; 21,35,496 persons in home quarantine Last Updated: 29th September, 2020 23:09 IST Active Cases In Maharashtra Drop To 2.60 Lakh; 21,35,496 Persons In Home Quarantine Maharashtra once again witnessed a rise in daily COVID-19 cases with 14,976 persons testing positive for the novel coronavirus on Tuesday, September 29 Written By Akhil Oka Maharashtra once again witnessed a rise in daily COVID-19 cases with 14,976 persons testing positive for the novel coronavirus on Tuesday, September 29. This has propelled the state's COVID-19 tally to 13,66,129. At present, there are 2,60,363 active cases in the state. With 19,212 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 10,69,159.  430 deaths- 49 each from Nagpur and Mumbai, 42 from Pune, 39 from Raigad, 27 from Thane, 25 from Sangli, 23 from Yavatmal, 14 from Nagpur, 12 from Latur, 11 each from Ahmednagar, Palghar and Osmanabad, 9 each from Navi Mumbai, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Sindhudurg and Wardha, 8 from Beed, 7 from Amravati, 6 each from Ratnagiri and Solapur, 5 from Nanded, 4 each from Bhandara, Akola, Satara and Mira Bhayandar, three each from Bhiwandi, Panvel and Chandrapur, two each from Aurangabad, Pimpri Chinchwad and Ulhasnagar and one each from Kalyan-Dombivali, Vasai Virar, Nandurbar, Buldhana and Washim were reported on Tuesday.  Until now, a total of 36,181 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 66,98,024 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 21,35,496 persons are under home quarantine, 29,947 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 20.4%, 78.26%, and 2.65% respectively.  Read: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu Tests Positive For COVID-19; Advised Home Quarantine #Maharashtra #COVID19 Updates for today *️⃣ New cases -14,976 *️⃣ Recoveries -19,212 *️⃣ Deaths -430 *️⃣ Active Cases -2,60,363 *️⃣ Total Cases till date -13,66,129 *️⃣ Recoveries till date -10,69,159 *️⃣ Deaths till date -36,181@micnewdelhi @ddsahyadrinews @airnews_mumbai (1/4)
2020-09-29Maharashtra: Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in Thane - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra: Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in Thane Last Updated: 29th September, 2020 10:26 IST Maharashtra: Food Stall Worker Kidnapped, Murdered In Thane An 18-year-old man who worked at a stall selling Chinese food was allegedly kidnapped and killed by some unidentified persons in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Tuesday. Written By Press Trust Of India An 18-year-old man who worked at a stall selling Chinese food was allegedly kidnapped and killed by some unidentified persons in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Tuesday. The body of the victim, identified as Bharat Parihar, was found near Nevali village on Monday morning, an official at Vitthalwadi police station said. He was picked up from the food stall in Chinchpada area of Ulhasnagar on Sunday night by an unidentified man and his two accomplices on the pretext of taking him to police for allegedly stealing the man's scooty, he said. However, the victim did not return to the stall and his body was later found in the village on Monday, he said. The victim's co-workers could not identify the persons who picked him up from the stall, the official said. The body was sent for postmortem and an FIR was registered against unidentified persons under Indian Penal Code Sections 302 (murder) and 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder), he said. First Published: 29th September, 2020 10:26 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US 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 As AIIMS submits Sushant death report, Dr Swamy picks hole in Cooper's 'hanging' claim Tejashwi will order 10 lakh pistols, give jobs to 10 lakh criminals: Fadnavis on RJD's vow Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's recovery crosses 50 lakh; online vaccine portal launched Sushant's friend Smita Parikh remarks on CBI-AIIMS probe update, hopes it reassures all FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-09-29Maha: Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in Thane - Outlook India
Maha: Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in Thane Outlook September 29, 2020 10:00 IST Maha: Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in Thane outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Sep 29 (PTI) An 18-year-old man who worked at a stall selling Chinese food was allegedly kidnapped and killed by some unidentified persons in Maharashtra''s Thane district, police said on Tuesday. The body of the victim, identified as Bharat Parihar, was found near Nevali village on Monday morning, an official at Vitthalwadi police station said. He was picked up from the food stall in Chinchpada area of Ulhasnagar on Sunday night by an unidentified man and his two accomplices on the pretext of taking him to police for allegedly stealing the man''s scooty, he said. However, the victim did not return to the stall and his body was later found in the village on Monday, he said. The victim''s co-workers could not identify the persons who picked him up from the stall, the official said. The body was sent for postmortem and an FIR was registered against unidentified persons under Indian Penal Code Sections 302 (murder) and 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder), he said. PTI COR GK GK Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website ‘If Trump Is Still Covid-19 Positive, We Shouldn’t Have A Debate,’ Says Joe Biden Prashant Kishor’s Team Starts Feeling The Heat Of Infighting In The TMC French Open 2020: Dominic Thiem Stunned In Five-hour Epic As Diego Schwartzman Reaches Semis More from Outlook Magazine Delhi Diary: Being Sadia Dehlvi Wrapt In Divine Velveteen Status: Selfies, Not Sex Next Story : Sensex jumps over 200 pts in opening trade; Nifty tests 11,300 Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-09-29Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in Thane - Deccan Herald
Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in Thane Food stall worker kidnapped, murdered in ThaneFood stall worker kidnapped, murdered in ThanePTI, Thane, Sep 29 2020, 13:36 istupdated: Sep 29 2020, 13:51 istAn 18-year-old man who worked at a stall selling Chinese food was allegedly kidnapped and killed by some unidentified persons in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Tuesday.The body of the victim, identified as Bharat Parihar, was found near Nevali village on Monday morning, an official at Vitthalwadi police station said.He was picked up from the food stall in Chinchpada area of Ulhasnagar on Sunday night by an unidentified man and his two accomplices on the pretext of taking him to police for allegedly stealing the man's scooter, he said.  However, the victim did not return to the stall and his body was later found in the village on Monday, he said.The victim's co-workers could not identify the persons who picked him up from the stall, the official said.The body was sent for postmortem and an FIR was registered against unidentified persons under Indian Penal Code Sections 302 (murder) and 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder), he said.Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribeMaharashtramurderKidnapping Related stories Guv issues notification amending Forest Rights Act 2006... Covid-19: State-wise total confirmed cases on Sept 29... New virus from China may spread more diseases in... How Noida cops rescued kidnapped scientist Covid-19 cases in Mumbai cross 2-lakh mark Covid-19 patient dies by suicide in Maha's Sangli... What's BrewingWhy the coronavirus death rate still eludes scientistsIn isolating times, can Robo pets provide comfort?DH Toon | K'taka Bandh: Political parties shooed awayB'luru sees more heart attacks as Covid pandemic bitesIndia likely to cross 1 lakh Covid-19 deaths this week  DH Picks Trump, Biden head to 1st debate with presidency on... Covid-19 vaccine? Not for me, thank you Featured Content How to grow your Instagram account organically There is no end to the debate on farm... Aadhaar-related project bid process unfair: IT firms Why the coronavirus death rate still eludes scientists...What's BrewingWhy the coronavirus death rate still eludes scientistsIn isolating times, can Robo pets provide comfort?DH Toon | K'taka Bandh: Political parties shooed awayB'luru sees more heart attacks as Covid pandemic bitesIndia likely to cross 1 lakh Covid-19 deaths this week What does your star sign say?Explore   National PoliticsNorth and CentralSouthEast and NortheastWest Karnataka Top StoriesPoliticsDistricts Bengaluru Top StoriesBengaluru CrimePoliticsInfrastructureLife in the City Sports CricketFormula 1 with DHFootballTennisSportsceneOther Sports Business Business NewsFamily FinanceTechnologyDH WheelsMultimediaVideosPhotos Opinion DH ViewsEditorialsPanoramaCommentIn PerspectiveRight in the Middle Entertainment Entertainment NewsDH ShowtimeDH TalkiesArts, Books & CultureAgitation over farm laws growsCoronavirus Live UpdatesIPL 2020Bihar Assembly Elections 2020State-wise Covid-19 UpdatesDH Picks Trump, Biden head to 1st debate with presidency on line Covid-19 vaccine? Not for me, thank you There is no end to the debate on farm laws: Sitharaman Aadhaar-related project bid process unfair: IT firms Why the coronavirus death rate still eludes scientistsLatest stories Hitachi plans to sell Hitachi Metals in $6.6 bn deal Cyberattack hobbles hospital chain's US facilities Dollar steady as all eyes on US presidential debate Mukesh Ambani tops Hurun India Rich List for ninth year Debating Donald Trump, the unpredictable aggressorTrending news SPB's son terms rumours on hospital bills 'offensive' This Apple Mac Pro costs same as 2BHK flat in Bengaluru Sagittarius Daily Horoscope - September 27, 2020 Pisces Daily Horoscope - September 26, 2020 Aquarius Daily Horoscope - September 27, 2020Download DH APP Services About Epaper Archives Sitemap Classifieds ContactOur group sites Printers Mysore Prajavani Sudha MayuraDownload DH APP Privacy Policy Terms Disclaimer © 2020 The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd. We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve user experience. This includes personalising content and advertising. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies, revised Privacy Policy. Learn more I agree X We use cookies. Learn more X
2020-09-2918-year-old food stall worker abducted, killed in Thane - India TV News
18-year-old food stall worker abducted, killed in Thane 18-year-old food stall worker abducted, killed in Thane An 18-year-old man who worked at a stall selling Chinese food was allegedly kidnapped and killed by some unidentified persons in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Tuesday. The body of the victim, identified as Bharat Parihar, was found near Nevali village on Monday morning. India TV News Desk New Delhi Published on: September 29, 2020 10:16 IST Image Source : PTI 18-year-old food stall worker abducted, killed in Thane An 18-year-old man who worked at a stall selling Chinese food was allegedly kidnapped and killed by some unidentified persons in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Tuesday. The body of the victim, identified as Bharat Parihar, was found near Nevali village on Monday morning, an official at Vitthalwadi police station said. He was picked up from the food stall in the Chinchpada area of Ulhasnagar on Sunday night by an unidentified man and his two accomplices on the pretext of taking him to the police for allegedly stealing the man's scooty, he said. However, the victim did not return to the stall and his body was later found in the village on Monday, he said. The victim's co-workers could not identify the persons who picked him up from the stall, the official said. The body was sent for postmortem and an FIR was registered against unidentified persons under Indian Penal Code Sections 302 (murder) and 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder), he said. 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2020-09-28COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 6000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 50 cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 6000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 50 casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 6000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 50 casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 28, 2020, 20:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Sanjay Hadkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 42 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,084. Also, with 53 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 8,158 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 632 while 294 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 42 new cases, 16 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 12 in Ulhasnagar-3, 10 in Ulhasnagar-5 and two each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 35 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 6,177. At present, 379 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 226 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 5,572 have recovered. Meanwhile, Badlapur crossed the 6000-mark as 64 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 6,005 with 77 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Manohar Vikas Residency, Hendrepada, Heramb Park, Arihant Aksh and Narmada Complex. The remaining were from Shirgaon, Katrap, Ganesh Chowk, Manjarli, Gaondevi, Belauli, Datta Chowk, Tharvani Ashiyana, Kharvai, Bhonsale Nagar and Sonivali. So far, 5,559 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 369 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSCouple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-09-28COVID-19 latest updates: India's tally cross 60-lakh mark, 50 lakh recoveries till date - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: India's tally cross 60-lakh mark, 50 lakh recoveries till dateSep 28, 2020, 22.05PMCOVID-19 latest updates: India's tally cross 60-lakh mark, 50 lakh recoveries till dateWith a single-day spike of 82,170 new COVID-19 cases, India's COVID-19 case count crossed 60-lakh mark. Maharashtra recorded 18,056 new coronavirus positive cases on Sunday, which pushed the state's overall tally to 13.39 lakh. With the death of 380 patients in the day, the toll reached 35,571. There are 2.73 lakh active cases in the state at present. Mumbai city recorded 2,261 cases and 44 deaths during the day, which took the case tally to 1,98,846 and fatality count to 8,794. Meanwhile, hospitals continue to face a shortage of vital Remdesivir drugs. One of the leading COVID facilities has just 15 vials of the life-saving medicine for the 1000 patients in the hospital.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-28 22:05(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur crosses 6000-mark; Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report less than 50 casesUlhasnagar reported 42 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 9,084. Also, with 53 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 8,158 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 632 while 294 patients have died of the virus. Read more2020-09-28 20:57(IST) Radiologists to move High Court against state governments decision to cap prices of CT scanThe radiologist in the state have decided to move the High Court against the state governments decision to cap prices of CT scan due to Covid-19 pandemic. 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He has mild symptoms," the official said.2020-09-28 11:19(IST) Telangana adds 1,378 new COVID-19 cases; seven deaths push toll to 1,107Telangana recorded 1,378 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the tally to 1,87,211, while the death toll rose to 1,107 with seven more fatalities.The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) saw 254 fresh cases, followed by Rangareddy (110), Karimnagar (78), Medchal Malkajgiri (73), Siddipet (61) and other districts, a state government bulletin said on Monday, providing data as of 8 pm on September 27.2020-09-28 10:41(IST) Thane's COVID-19 tally crosses 1.70 lakhThe COVID-19 tally in Thane reached 1,70,157 on Monday after 1,523 new cases were found in the Maharashtra district. 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2020-09-28Flipkart Wholesale gears up for first 'Big Festival Month' fashion sale from Sept 29 - DNA India
Flipkart Wholesale gears up for first 'Big Festival Month' fashion sale from Sept 29 Flipkart Wholesale on Monday announced 'Big Festival Month' from September 29 to October 31 where over 95% of products sourced locally will be made available on the platform. Share Written By DNA Web Team  Edited By Karishma Jain Source IANS Updated: Sep 28, 2020, 01:55 PM IST Flipkart Wholesale, the digital B2B marketplace of Flipkart Group for kiranas and MSMEs, on Monday announced 'Big Festival Month' from September 29 to October 31 where over 95% products sourced locally will be made available on the platform. The sale will feature products in fashion categories across more than 50 brands, more than 100 sellers and one lakh members, the newly-launched B2B marketplace said in a statement. Flipkart last year acquired Walmart India and launched Flipkart Wholesale, a new digital marketplace designed to help transform the kirana retail ecosystem in the country. Flipkart Wholesale began operations earlier this month. "The upcoming festive season is a great opportunity for retailers and MSMEs to boost sales and profitability. We see this as an opportunity for the whole retail ecosystem to come together, lift consumer sentiment and drive business growth for local MSMEs across the country," said Adarsh Menon, Senior Vice President and Head - Flipkart Wholesale & Walmart India. Since its launch, Flipkart Wholesale has expanded to 15 cities and is now servicing more than 750 new pin codes across the country. Ahead of the festive season, the platform will now be operational in Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mysore, Chandigarh Tricity, Meerut, Agra, Jaipur, Thane-Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar, Greater Mumbai, Vasai-Virar-Mira-Bhayanadar, Thane (Kalyan-Dombivli), and Thane (Navi Mumbai). The 'Big Festival Month' will offer products in categories such as men's wear, women's western wear, women's ethnic wear, kids wear and footwear. "A strong backend technology will also enable a hassle-free order placement and fulfillment process for retailers on the platform," the company said. By the year-end, Flipkart Wholesale plans to expand into categories such as home and kitchen and grocery. Flipkart Wholesale earlier said that its customers will have access to easy credit facilities in partnership with leading banks and non-banking financial companies to manage cash flow. Flipkart fashion sale Kirana Store Flipkart sale MSMEs Flipkart Wholesale Home India World Business Technology Sports Entertainment FOLLOW US ON About DNA Contact us Investors Advertise Reprint Rights Partner Sites Zee News Hindi News Marathi News Bengali News Tamil News Malayalam News Zee Business WION ©2020 Diligent Media Corporation Ltd.
2020-09-27Maharashtra: Minor fire at Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi factories, no casualties - Free Press Journal
Maharashtra: Minor fire at Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi factories, no casualtiesBy Priyanka Dhomse The fire was doused within half an hour by Bhiwandi's fire brigade team Thane: A fire broke out at the warehouse of a cloth dyeing factory in Bhiwandi on Saturday morning, however, no injuries or casualty were reported. "The fire was noticed at the warehouse of the cloth factory and its premises. However, following the alert call, it was doused within half an hour by Bhiwandi's fire brigade team," informed fire official from Bhiwandi. Meanwhile, another fire was reported from a furniture godown at VTC Road in Ulhasnagar on Friday late night. The fire was immediately brought under control, no injury reported, informed an official. (To download our E-paper please click here. The publishers permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.) fire accident Recent StoriesNCB seizes phones of Deepika, Shraddha, Sara in connection with Bollywood drug caseJaswant Singh passes away: PM Modi, Rajnath Singh, Sharad Pawar and others express condolencesFormer union minister Jaswant Singh passes away at 82Agency interrogates Deepika, Sara and Shraddha over alleged drugs chatsCoronavirus Pandemic: Global COVID-19 deaths near 1-million mark 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
2020-09-27Neeri bags award for tech to treat flowing waste water - Times of India
Neeri bags award for tech to treat flowing waste waterNeeri bags award for tech to treat flowing waste waterManka Behl | TNN | Sep 27, 2020, 05:43 ISTNagpur: City’s National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (Neeri) has bagged the National Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Technology award 2020 for its first-of-its-kind technology of treating flowing waste water.In April 2018, TOI was the first to report about the Restoration of Nullahs and Ecological Units (RENEU) technology, a pilot experiment which was done in the city at Neeri headquarters. Since last year, the technology is cleaning around six drains which are close to the ‘sangam’ point at the site of Kumbh mela and eventually meet Ganga river in Prayagraj.“The six drains lead to one bigger channel which flows straight down to the sangam point. Since we have implemented the technology there, the water quality has improved tremendously. Almost all the parameters meet the norms prescribed by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB),” said Atya Kapley, senior principal scientist and head of Director’s Research Cell at Neeri.Highlighting that the technology aims at tackling lack of sewage management in the country, the scientist added, “Majority of the cities across India do not have proper sewage network. Hardly 30% of the sewage water reached the treatment plant, rest all gets discharged directly into water bodies. RENEU technology works like a mobile sewage treatment plant (STP).”A team of scientists including Kapley, Ritesh Vijay, Hemant Bherwani, Rita Dhodapkar and Tuhin Banerjee developed the technology under the leadership of Neeri director Rakesh Kumar.According to Vijay, who is the senior principal scientist and head of Neeri’s Centre for Strategic Urban Management, the technology is being implemented in various cities including Mumbai, Daman, Ulhasnagar and Pune. The institute also plans to implement it at 10 drains in Gorakhpur. “RENEU is planned to get implemented in 100 more drains across the country in over five states including but not limited to UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Delhi,” stated a press release issued by Neeri.As per scientists, the technology involves five major steps for cleaning. “All natural components like phyto-traps, solar diffused aeration, light-weighted building material and wetland plants to clean the nullah are used. No chemicals are required in this treatment,” added Vijay.Highlighting more about the technology, the release added, “RENEU is different from the conventional STPs as it treats the flowing waste water in the drain itself. Besides, the technology is economical too and consumes far less time for construction and operation. 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2020-09-263 dangerous buildings razed in Ulhasnagar - Hindustan Times
2020-09-26Maha: Plastic Manufacturing Unit Gutted In Fire, Nobody Hurt - News18
Maha: Plastic Manufacturing Unit Gutted In Fire, Nobody Hurt A plastic manufacturing unit in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra's Thane district was completely gutted in a major fire, officials said on Saturday. There was no report of any injury in the incident, they said. PTI Last Updated: September 26, 2020, 1:04 PM IST FOLLOW US ON: Facebook Twitter Instagram Telegram Google News Thane: A plastic manufacturing unit in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra’s Thane district was completely gutted in a major fire, officials said on Saturday. There was no report of any injury in the incident, they said.The blaze erupted on Friday night at the factory located in New Sindh Compound area, a fire brigade official said. “The fire broke out around 11.30 pm and it soon engulfed the entire unit. Five fire engines from Ambarnath and Ulhasnagar civic bodies were engaged in the firefighting operation and the blaze was brought under control after five hours,” he said. “So far, there has been no report of any injury or casualty caused by the fire. However, the factory was completely gutted,” he added. According to the official, cooling operations are currently underway at the site.Disclaimer: This post has been auto-published from an agency feed without any modifications to the text and has not been reviewed by an editor Array ( )
2020-09-26Fire in factory at Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar, zero casualties reported - Free Press Journal
Fire in factory at Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar, zero casualties reportedBy Priyanaka Dhomse Thane: A fire broke out in the warehouse of cloth dyeing factory in Bhiwandi.Fire in factory at Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar, zero casualties reported(Representational Image) Pixabay Thane: A fire broke out in the warehouse of cloth dyeing factory in Bhiwandi. The incident took place during morning hours on Saturday, however no injuries or casualty were reported. "The cloth factory located in Bhiwandi was noticed with fire leading to smoke in warehouse and factory premises. However, following the alert call it was doused within half an hour by Bhiwandi's fire brigade team," informed fire official from Bhiwandi. While the another fire had broke into the furniture godown, at VTC road in Ulhasnagar. The incident occurred at late night on Friday. The fire was immediately brought under control, no injury reported, informed official.Also ReadThane: Youth killed in Bhiwandi due to pothole (To download our E-paper please click here. The publishers permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.) fireBhiwandifire accident Recent StoriesLata Mangeshkar Birthday - From 'Lag jaa gale' to 'Jiya jale', 10 memorable songs by Queen of MelodyKolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad LIVE: Score, Commentary for the 8th match of IPL 2020Rajasthan: 1 killed, 1 injured in Police firing in Dungarpur violence Akalis quit BJP-led NDA amid farmers' protest in Punjab over Agri BillsHappy Birthday Abhinav Bindra: Few things to know about India's 'golden boy' 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
2020-09-26Maha: Plastic manufacturing unit gutted in fire, nobody hurt - Outlook India
Maha: Plastic manufacturing unit gutted in fire, nobody hurt Outlook September 26, 2020 12:08 IST Maha: Plastic manufacturing unit gutted in fire, nobody hurt outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Sep 26 (PTI) A plastic manufacturing unit in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra''s Thane district was completely gutted in a major fire, officials said on Saturday. There was no report of any injury in the incident, they said. The blaze erupted on Friday night at the factory located in New Sindh Compound area, a fire brigade official said. "The fire broke out around 11.30 pm and it soon engulfed the entire unit. Five fire engines from Ambarnath and Ulhasnagar civic bodies were engaged in the firefighting operation and the blaze was brought under control after five hours," he said. "So far, there has been no report of any injury or casualty caused by the fire. However, the factory was completely gutted," he added. According to the official, cooling operations are currently underway at the site. PTI COR NP NP Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website French Open 2020: Novak Djokovic Reaches 14th Roland Garros Quarter-final IPL 2020, RCB Vs DC: Generous Ravichandran Ashwin Leaves Aaron Finch With 'Mankading' Warning - Watch Massive Moment IPL 2020, RCB Vs DC: Massive Feat For Virat Kohli, Becomes First Ever Indian To Reach 9000 T20 Runs More from Outlook Magazine Delhi Diary: Being Sadia Dehlvi Wrapt In Divine Velveteen Status: Selfies, Not Sex Next Story : Wedding photagraphers struggle to make ends meet amid pandemic Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
2020-09-26Maha: Plastic manufacturing unit gutted in fire, nobody hurt - Republic World - Republic World
Maha: Plastic manufacturing unit gutted in fire, nobody hurt Last Updated: 26th September, 2020 12:30 IST Maha: Plastic Manufacturing Unit Gutted In Fire, Nobody Hurt A plastic manufacturing unit in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra's Thane district was completely gutted in a major fire, officials said on Saturday Written By Press Trust Of India A plastic manufacturing unit in Ulhasnagar township of Maharashtra's Thane district was completely gutted in a major fire, officials said on Saturday. There was no report of any injury in the incident, they said. The blaze erupted on Friday night at the factory located in New Sindh Compound area, a fire brigade official said. "The fire broke out around 11.30 pm and it soon engulfed the entire unit. Five fire engines from Ambarnath and Ulhasnagar civic bodies were engaged in the firefighting operation and the blaze was brought under control after five hours," he said. "So far, there has been no report of any injury or casualty caused by the fire. However, the factory was completely gutted," he added. According to the official, cooling operations are currently underway at the site.  First Published: 26th September, 2020 12:30 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US 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 IPL 2020 Live Updates: Kolkata beat Hyderabad by 7 wickets, add first two points NCB seizes mobile phones of Deepika, Sara, Rakul Preet & 3 others amid probe: Sources Coronavirus LIVE Updates: Tally cross 59 lakh; PM touts India's vaccine production at UNGA PM Modi lashes out at UN over India's permanent seat, says "How long must we wait?" FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-09-26CSR: Allcargo Logistics offers a ray of hope amid pandemic, delivers financial assistance to 150 visually impaired in Mumbai - IndiaCSR
CSR: Allcargo Logistics offers a ray of hope amid pandemic, delivers financial assistance to 150 visually impaired in Mumbai CSR: Allcargo Logistics offers a ray of hope amid pandemic, delivers financial assistance to 150 visually impaired in Mumbai by India CSR Network 2020/09/26 in CSR Reading Time: 2 min Share on FacebookShare on Twitter As Covid-19 pandemic impact has adversely affected the lives and livelihoods of people from the less privileged sections of society including those with disability, Avashya Foundation, CSR arm of Allcargo Logistics, came forward to offer monetary aid to 150 visually impaired people from the economically weaker section.After identifying visually impaired people in need in Thane, Mumbai and Navi Mumbai whose livelihoods have come to a standstill due to the pandemic, Avashya Foundation representatives handed over the monetary aid to them. The volunteers travelled to areas such as Malad, Vasai, Chembur, Ambernath, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Vashi, Kurla, Vangani, Shelu, etc. to deliver financial aid.This one-of-a-kind initiative in partnership with Saad Foundation has brought the much-needed relief to their lives. The financial assistance helped them meet household needs, fulfil medicine requirements and buy essentials for their families in this time of crisis.“Among all the vulnerable communities in our society, people with visual impairment have been the worst affected by the pandemic impact. As mobility of people is restricted to comply with the social distancing norms and public transport systems are yet to be normalised in the post-lock down phase, the livelihoods of the visually impaired people from the economically weaker section are going through a prolonged phase of uncertainty. By extending financial assistance to these people, we have tried to minimise the stress and give them hope so that they can carry on with their lives amid day-to-day challenges,” said Dr. Nilratan R. Shende, GM –CSR, Allcargo Logistics.“The financial assistance from Avashya Foundation infused fresh hope in me amid pandemic situation. My wife is diabetic and is on medication and I have been buying medicine on credit from a medical store for quite some time now, as I have lost my regular earning. The monetary support will help me support my wife’s medication in this critical time,” said Ramvilas Mulai, a beneficiary.Avashya Foundation works towards promoting people-centric inclusive development with the active participation of the community at all levels, covering diverse areas like health, education, women’s empowerment, environment sustainability, sports and disaster relief. In the recent past, Avashya Foundation organized life-saving free-of-cost heart surgeries to 25 children from underprivileged sections of the society in Mumbai. During the lockdown phase, it distributed grocery kits to 380 families in some tribal localities in Maharashtra who lost their livelihoods due to the pandemic impact. In a separate initiative, it offered approximately 30,000 meals for migrant labourers and daily wage earners impacted by the lockdown.  The organization also offered relief support to these economically weaker sections of the society during lockdown.  
2020-09-26Five held for kidnapping and selling toddler in Maharashtra - The New Indian Express
Five held for kidnapping and selling toddler in Maharashtra A couple handed over the minor to the police, who confirmed that it was the same child. Share Via Email Published: 26th September 2020 01:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 26th September 2020 01:41 PM   |  A+A A- For representational purposes (File Photo | EPS) By PTI THANE: Police have arrested five persons, including three women, in Maharashtra's Thane district for allegedly kidnapping a two-and-a-half-year-old boy and selling him to a childless couple for Rs 70,000, an official said on Saturday. The toddler was rescued and reunited with his parents recently and the accused were arrested on Friday, he said. "The boy was kidnapped on September 15 from near his house located close to the circus ground area in Ambarnath township when he was playing. His parents carried out a search in the area, but failed to find him. They later approached the police," senior inspector Sanjay Dhumal said. "The police pasted the pictures of the missing child on autorickshaws in Ambarnath town. Soon, police got a tip-off from a rickshaw driver that the child was spotted in Bharat Nagar locality of Ulhasnagar township in the district," he added. A couple handed over the minor to the police, who confirmed that it was the same child. He was then reunited with his parents on September 19, Dhumal said. "During the interrogation, the couple told the police that the child had been sold to them for Rs 70,000 by a woman named Jainatbi Fakir Mohammad Khan, after he was kidnapped on September 15," he added. During Jainatbi's questioning, she named other four accused. They were dentified as Pooja Mahesh Chettiar, (28), Sheru Sukhram Saroj (45), Mukesh Anil Kharva (36) and Maya Sukhdev Kale (30), police said. More from Nation. Now we are on Telegram too. Follow us for updates TAGS Maharashtra kidnap O P E N ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT India Matters Google CEO Sundar Pichai commits USD 1 billion to help publishers create quality news 'One in three doctors dying of coronavirus' TNIE Expressions | ‘We shouldn’t wait for a perfect vaccine for Covid-19’ 'Unscientific': Experts react as ICMR prescribes 'Antisera' therapy for Covid sans trials Comments Disclaimer : We respect your thoughts and views! But we need to be judicious while moderating your comments. All the comments will be moderated by the newindianexpress.com editorial. Abstain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks. Try to avoid outside hyperlinks inside the comment. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines. The views expressed in comments published on newindianexpress.com are those of the comment writers alone. They do not represent the views or opinions of newindianexpress.com or its staff, nor do they represent the views or opinions of The New Indian Express Group, or any entity of, or affiliated with, The New Indian Express Group. newindianexpress.com reserves the right to take any or all comments down at any time. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Latest Protest-rocked Belarus cancels all foreign media credentials I was not able to middle lot of deliveries, was trying to hit too hard, says CSK skipper MS Dhoni after defeat Burj Khalifa lights up with LED show to honour Mahatma Gandhi US slaps sanctions on Belarus officials over election crackdown IPL 2020: Priyam Garg, Abhishek Sharma shine in Surnisers Hyderabad's 7-run win over Chennai Super Kings COVID-19: US President Trump campaign rally-goers urged to get tested if sick ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Videos Meet Freaky Hoody - A French teacher with tattooes everywhere - even eyes and tongue In Conversation: Saad Khan, Shalini Narayan on lockdown matchmaking! ADVERTISEMENT Gallery 'Strictest punishment is needed for these barbaric men': Bollywood expresses shock over Hathras gang rape Bollywood reacts to the news of acquittal of accused in Babri Masjid demolition case Trending ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT FOLLOW US Copyright - newindianexpress.com 2020 The Morning Standard | Dinamani | Kannada Prabha | Samakalika Malayalam | Indulgexpress | Edex Live | Cinema Express | Event Xpress Contact Us | About Us | Careers | Privacy Policy | Search | Terms of Use | Advertise With Us Home | Nation | World | Cities | Business | Columns | Entertainment | Sport | Magazine | The Sunday Standard flipboard facebook twitter whatsapp Next
2020-09-26Major fire breaks out at three godowns in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Major fire breaks out at three godowns in UlhasnagarMajor fire breaks out at three godowns in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Sep 26, 2020, 07:50 ISTFire officials said that the fire broke out late on Friday night . ULHASNAGAR: A major fire broke out at three godown units in Ulhasnagar on Friday late night. The fire team said that the fire is now under control after six-hour operation and now cooling operation is going on. Thane: A major fire broke out at three godowns in #Ulhasnagar late on Friday. No injuries reported. https://t.co/PRzQMXxjER— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1601086751000No one is injured in the incident as fire was caught in night when the godowns were closed. The fire broke out at three godowns of plastic packing materials, photo frame making unit and house keeping materials situated near VTC ground in Ulhasnagar. Fire officials said that the fire broke out late on Friday night and after receiving information, team rushed at sight, till the time fire had spread in all three godowns. It took more than six hours for the fire team, using three fire brigade vehicles and water tankers, to control the fire. The fire officials said that cooling operation is still underway. 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 TopicsPM Modi speech livePV SindhuCoronavirus India update liveModi speech todayIPL Live ScoreBihar election 2020DC vs KXIP Live ScoreNavratri colours 2020US Elections 2020SBI Clerk ResultLATEST VIDEOSCity50 buses running on HCNG hit the roads in New Delhi Women allowed to travel in Mumbai suburban local trains from October 21, says Piyush Goyal Covid makes no difference to Bihar poll campaign, thousands attend Tejashwi's rally with no masks Lockdown may have ended but coronavirus is still there, says PM Narendra Modi More from TOIIs Kuttu ka Atta healthy?5 foods consumed during Navratri that you should be eating the whole yearAmazon Sale today: Save up to 70% on smartphones, appliances & moreExquisite Banarasi sarees for women for festive dressingNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Air PollutionBihar election 2020Bihar election dateBangalore TemperatureBhopal NewsCoronavirus in DelhiCoronavirus in HyderabadHyderabad RainCoronavirus symptomsCoronavirusDelhi TemperatureAditya ThackerayShiv SenaFire in MumbaiMumbai RainsArvind KejriwalBangalore FloodsSrinagar 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 trendsPM Modi speech livePV SindhuCoronavirus India update liveModi speech todayIPL Live ScoreBihar election 2020DC vs KXIP Live ScoreNavratri colours 2020US Elections 2020SBI Clerk ResultUS Election DateUS Presidential Debate 2020IPL 2020 Points TableNavratri MantrasNewsWeekly HoroscopeHoroscope todayStep by Step Pizza RecipeservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileRemit 2 IndiaTC NextAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webImran KhanEssential OilsSherlyn ChopraDhruva SarjaWeight LossIconic looks of KajolWest Bengal Durga PujaKareena KapoorHong Kong Cancels FlightsTrending topicsAnushka-Virat ClicksDDLJ MemesNasal vs Injected VaccinesDilwale Dulhania Le JayengeVijay SethupathiDDLJ MomentsUse Old Wine BottlesAnushka Maternity StyleKareena Kapoor KhanCoronavirus SignsVitamin D SupplementCoronavirus Vaccine UpdateOnePlus 8T Launch UpdatesFlipkart QuizAmazon App QuizTrusted Contacts AppZoom New FeatureKumaran SilksFollow 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
2020-09-263 Women Among 5 Arrested For Kidnapping And Selling 2-Year-Old In Maharashtra - NDTV
3 Women Among 5 Arrested For Kidnapping And Selling 2-Year-Old In MaharashtraSearchHomeCities3 Women Among 5 Arrested For Kidnapping And Selling 2-Year-Old In Maharashtra 3 Women Among 5 Arrested For Kidnapping And Selling 2-Year-Old In Maharashtra The toddler was rescued and reunited with his parents recently and the accused were arrested on Friday, police said. CitiesPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: September 26, 2020 2:25 pm ISTFive people were arrested from Maharashtra''s Thane district, police said. (Representational image)Thane: Police have arrested five persons, including three women, in Maharashtra''s Thane district for allegedly kidnapping a two-and-a-half-year-old boy and selling him to a childless couple for Rs 70,000, an official said on Saturday.The toddler was rescued and reunited with his parents recently and the accused were arrested on Friday, he said."The boy was kidnapped on September 15 from near his house located close to the circus ground area in Ambarnath township when he was playing. His parents carried out a search in the area, but failed to find him. They later approached the police," senior inspector Sanjay Dhumal said."The police pasted the pictures of the missing child on autorickshaws in Ambarnath town. Soon, police got a tip-off from a rickshaw driver that the child was spotted in Bharat Nagar locality of Ulhasnagar township in the district," he added.A couple handed over the minor to the police, who confirmed that it was the same child. He was then reunited with his parents on September 19, Mr Dhumal said."During the interrogation, the couple told the police that the child had been sold to them for Rs 70,000 by a woman named Jainatbi Fakir Mohammad Khan, after he was kidnapped on September 15," he added.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comDuring Jainatbi's questioning, she named other four accused.They were dentified as Pooja Mahesh Chettiar, (28), Sheru Sukhram Saroj (45), Mukesh Anil Kharva (36) and Maya Sukhdev Kale (30), police said. Comments MaharashtraTrack Coronavirus pandemic in India and get the latest COVID-19 news from around the world on ndtv.com/coronavirusWatch Live News:Follow Us:Trending Sharad Pawar, Uddhav Thackeray Meet A Day After Sanjay Raut's Hotel TalksSushant's Sister Shares A Vintage Pic Of Him. Ankita Leaves A CommentSamson-Tewatia Blitz Pulls Off Highest Successful Chase In IPL HistoryFood6 Tips To Remove Bitterness From Karela10 SlidesHealthRole Of Magnesium In Our Body13 SlidesSportsMotocross Monsters12 SlidesDelhi Asks Centre To Use Stubble Decomposing Chemical As Farm Fires StartDelhi's Air Quality Predicted To Turn "Poor" By Wednesday: ForecasterAdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisementQuick LinksUnlock 4 guidelinesBihar ElectionsCoronavirus LiveRR vs KXIPDaughters' DayParliament Live UpdatesRhea ChakrabortyIPL Live ScorePM Narendra ModiRahul GandhiWorld Tourism DayCoronavirus CasesCoronavirus HelplineCoronavirus FAQSENSEXCoronavirus Vaccine Share Market TodayPriyanka GandhiSushant Singh RajputWeather UpdateTata SkyMS DhoniDonglesDaburBiotiquePatanjaliAmwayPaytm OffersRedbusFlipkart offersDonald TrumpAmit ShahApple CEOIPL 2020 Live StreamingIPL 2020 teamsRafaleKangana RanautDeepika PadukoneJaswant SinghGoogleAdvertisement................................ Advertisement ................................Latest News India Covid Tally Crosses 60 Lakh With 82,170 New Cases; 1,039 Deaths Trump Avoided Paying Income Taxes For Years: Report Ex-Trump Campaign Manager Hospitalised After Self-Harm Threats: Report UPSC Prelims 2020: Supreme Court To Hear Plea Seeking Postponement Of Exam Today Updates: Farmers Protest Against State Farm Bills, Security Tightened About UsAdvertiseNews AlertArchivesAppsCareersChannelsDisclaimerFeedbackInvestorsOmbudsmanRedressalsService Terms © COPYRIGHT NDTV CONVERGENCE LIMITED 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.livetvarrowprintemailchatlinkedinredditWhatsAppfacebooktwittermorenotificationsearchsnapchat
2020-09-25Flipkart Wholesale announces expansion in 12 cities, to empower kiranas and MSMEs digitally - retail4growth
Flipkart Wholesale announces expansion in 12 cities, to empower kiranas and MSMEs digitally Flipkart Wholesale announces expansion in 12 cities, to empower kiranas and MSMEs digitally By Retail4Growth Team | Retail4Growth Team | September 25, 2020 The digital initiative will allow kiranas and MSMEs to grow faster, retain their customers, and modify sales and profitability in Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mysore, Chandigarh Tricity, Meerut, Agra, Jaipur, Thane-Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar, Greater Mumbai, Vasai-Virar-Mira-Bhayanadar and Thane. India’s digital B2B marketplace, Flipkart Wholesale announces expansion in 12 new cities.  It will enable one-stop digital marketplace solution for the retail ecosystem, offering small businesses a wide selection of products at a significant value. With this initiative, the Flipkart Group is looking to give digital touch to kiranas and MSMEs that will help them grow faster, retain their customers, and modify sales and profitability. Adarsh Menon, Senior Vice President and Head, Flipkart Wholesale, said, “As we enter the festive season, we are excited to be scaling up our offerings across 12 cities, aiming to create more opportunities for MSMEs and Kiranas. Since the launch we have partnered with several leading brands, and enabled ease of doing business digitally for SMBs and Kiranas by helping them leverage micro-market level B2B and B2C insights from the Flipkart ecosystem to better understand customer demands specific to their area so that they can buy and sell the right products. We’re excited to see our initiative contributing to the prosperity of MSMEs, Kiranas and creating lakhs of new & exciting livelihood opportunities in India.”  READ MORE: Avon selects o9 Solutions to accelerate its digital journey The customers will be offered easy credit facilities in partnership with leading banks and NBFCs to ensure smooth cash flow, a wide variety of Flipkart assured quality products, simple and convenient order returns and speedy product delivery directly to their shops along with an easy order tracking facility. With the approaching festive season, Flipkart Wholesale will now be available in Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mysore, Chandigarh Tricity, Meerut, Agra, Jaipur, Thane-Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar, Greater Mumbai, Vasai-Virar-Mira-Bhayanadar, Thane (Kalyan-Dombivli) and Thane (Navi Mumbai). Tags : Adarsh Menon Flipkart Group e-commerce retailnews retail4growth indian retail retail Insights top story latest updates digital innovation Advertisement Comments Related News Tablez accelerates expansion; launches Desigual’s second offline store in India Seniority opens its first franchise store in Pune Women’s fashion retailer Madame expects 75% business recovery by December 2020 Next Articles Unified Commerce is a vaccine for retail : Retailers Mahindra First Choice Wheels opens the biggest 'Automart' store in Hyderabad ANAROCK appoints Pankaj Renjhen as COO & Jt. MD - ANAROCK Retail Advertisement Subscribe to Our Newsletter Advertisement Resource Category Architects & Retail Designers Architectural Material Instore Technology Lighting Mannequins & Forms POP Producers Printing Machine & Material Suppliers Project MMGT Consultant Promotions & Activations Props & Decor Shopper Marketing Agencies and Consultant Signage & Graphics Store Fixtures VM Consultants Sub Category Location New Delhi Mumbai Meerut Gurgaon Bangalore China New Delhi Mumbai Ambernath (East) Greater Noida Faridabad Delhi Vasai (East) Palghar Chennai Noida Changshu Shanghai Mumbai Bengaluru Thane Changzhou New Delhi Pune Ahmedabad Hyderabad Faridabad Hyderabad Ahmedabad Navi Mumbai Chennai Bangalore Vapi Plainview Plainview Kolkata Ghaziabad Mumai NA Indore Raipur Noida Jaunapur Gurgeon East Delhi Haridwar Bangaloire Navrangpura Konnagar Cochin Taichung Beijing Pithampur Coimbatore Shenzhen Brugherio MB Gurgoan PUNE . Delhi New Delhi India Mumbai, Maharashtra Haryana Kanpur Akola Gurgaon Thrissur Nashik Jiangsu Wuxi Sonipat Raigad Nasik Gujarat Mainland Kolhapur Aurangabad Surat Guangdong Shenzhen Zhongshan Zhejiang Taoyuan City Xiamen Vadodara Qingzhou Fenghua Zhejiang Edappally Nanjing Bharuch Fujian Chengdu Bhiwadi Ernakulam Bhopal Udaipur Sangli Nagpur New Delhi, Gurugram Stuttgart jaipur Howrah Kolkata Southfield Akron Abu Dubai Polvorines Killa Pardi Vijayawada Lutterworth Haryana Calicut Bengalore Kerala Singapore Kochi Varanasi Taloja Ludhiana Mehsana New Dehli 401107 Thane Kerala Mulund Karnal London Odisha Mohali Agra Sidhpur Latur Follow Us On Advertisement Important Links News Projects Viewpoints Magazines Events Gallery New Products Resources Information About us Contact us Newsletter To Recieve the Latest updates and Latest post Please enter your Email. Copyright © 2017 Retail4growth. All pages of the Website are subject to our terms and conditions and privacy policy. exploit any material on the Website for any commercial purposes.
2020-09-25KDMC declares 187 high-risk buildings post-audit - Mumbai Live
KDMC declares 187 high-risk buildings post-auditKDMC declares 187 high-risk buildings post-auditIn the structural audit of Kalyan-Dombivali, 187 buildings have been declared as high risk and 284 buildings as dangerous.By Mumbai Live TeamCivic KalyanSHARESIn the structural audit of Kalyan-Dombivali, 187 buildings have been declared as high risk and 284 buildings as dangerous.As these high-risk buildings happen to be over 30 years old, Additional Commissioner of Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC), Sunil Pawar, has appealed to the citizens to evacuate their houses immediately and avoid accidents like Bhiwandi.After the misfortune accident in Bhiwandi, the issue of dangerous buildings in dilapidated conditions has popped up again. Following the order of the government, the KDMC administration conducted a structural audit of the old buildings in the Kalyan-Dombivali city.Kamankar Durraj, civil engineer and an activist had earlier alleged that at least 500 illegal buildings have come up in Bhiwandi in the past five years. These buildings have been constructed using inferior material, moreover, lacking even a basic designated architect.Moreover, the KDMC administration has claimed that the audit of all the buildings in the city has been completed in the wake of the Bhiwandi tragedy. However, the auditor, speaking to the media has stated that it was impossible to complete the entire audit of the buildings within the time given by the municipal administration due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown.Meanwhile, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has noted a total of 150 buildings in the city in the list of dangerous buildings. According to sources, most of these buildings were built in the city in the 1990s.Read this story in मराठीRELATED TOPICSbhiwandibuildingsulhasnagardangerous buildingsKalyan-Dombivalikdmc  Loading next story...Latest NewsRapper 'Thoda Bai PiPi' launches 'Karkhana' with SpotlampESix wards in Mumbai have more than 10,000 COVID19 casesDice Media announces a new season of 'Please Find Attached'Renowned Indian musicians join hands for an online concert to support folk artists, workers and their familiesAmish Tripathi’s bestseller 'Suheldev: The King Who Saved India' to be made into a feature filmMore than one crore people watch the premiere of 'Into The Wild with Bear Grylls & Akshay Kumar'AdvertisementCivicCoronavirus tally in Maharashtra crosses 13-lakh with recovery rate at 76.33 per centAdditional 68 local train services run in MumbaiCommuters complain about fewer Mumbai local train services in comparison to the passengersHearing can't be delayed, Bombay HC tells BMC on Kangana Ranaut's PetitionGovernor Koshyari honours COVID crusaders including BMC Commissioner 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)
2020-09-25Flipkart Big Billion Day 2020: Flipkart Wholesale Expands To These 12 Cities For Increasing Reach; Adds New Categories - Trak.in
Flipkart Big Billion Day 2020: Flipkart Wholesale Expands To These 12 Cities For Increasing Reach; Adds New Categories Business Flipkart Big Billion Day 2020: Flipkart Wholesale Expands To These 12 Cities For Increasing Reach; Adds New Categories By Radhika Kajarekar Last updated Sep 25, 2020 Share Flipkart Big Billion Day 2020: Flipkart Wholesale Expands To These 12 Cities For Increasing Reach; Adds New Categories Flipkart Wholesale has announced its plans of expanding its operations to 12 new cities, ahead of the festive season. Which new cities will Flipkart be operating in now? Read on to find out all the details!  Flipkart Wholesale To Extend Operations To 12 New Cities In India Flipkart Wholesale is the digital B2B marketplace of the Walmart-owned Flipkart Group was launched in July, but the official services began last month. Flipkart has now announced the expansion of its Wholesale operations to 12 new cities in India.  The cities in which Flipkart Wholesale will operate are Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mysore, Chandigarh Tricity, Meerut, Agra, Jaipur, Thane-Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar, Greater Mumbai, Vasai-Virar-Mira-Bhayanadar, Thane (Kalyan-Dombivli), and Thane (Navi Mumbai). The expansion of Flipkart Wholesale to new cities comes just some time ahead of the upcoming festive season, during which the sales of the online e-commerce companies are expected to be through the roof. The expansion of this wholesale arm of Flipkart will present a one-stop digital marketplace solution for the retail ecosystem. Flipkart Wholesale Limited To Fashion Vertical; Will Expand To Home, Kitchen, Grocery Soon However, as of now, the company is limiting itself to the fashion categories only. The COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected the sale of garments, but now that the festive season in India is right around the corner, Flipkart is probably expecting a hike in the sale. This justifies the expansion of Flipkart to the new cities.  Adarsh Menon, Senior Vice President and Head of Flipkart Wholesale said, “From trendy Jaipuri kurtis to evergreen Mysore silk saris, we aim to help small businesses embrace the digital transformation and emerge as more robust businesses.” In a statement issued by the online e-commerce behemoth, he also said that the company is excited that the initiative will be contributing to boost the businesses of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), kiranas. Also, it will be creating “lakhs of new and exciting livelihood opportunities in India.” As per reports, Flipkart Wholesale also has plans of expanding into some different categories such as home and kitchen and grocery as well.  "Flipkart Big Billion Day 2020: Flipkart Wholesale Expands To These 12 Cities For Increasing Reach; Adds New Categories", 5 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. Flipkart Big Billion Day 2020flipkart wholesale Share FacebookTwitterWhatsAppLinkedinReddItEmailTelegramPrint Radhika Kajarekar 1081 posts 0 comments An engineer, a history buff and a book-eater. A writer with a newfound interest in technology, attempting to build a bridge between the two! Prev Post Suzuki Launching Next Generation Vitara, Alto, Wagon R In India! (Price, Features, USPs) Next Post Air India Most Unsafe Airlines During Covid-19; Indigo Beats Vistara, Becomes Safest Airlines CommentsFacebook Comments Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open. Stay With Us 27,164Likes Like our page 283kFollowers Follow Us CommentsComments InstagramFollowers Follow Us RSSSubscribe Subscribe Recent Posts Business New H1B Visa Rules: TCS, Infosys Will Hire More Americans,… mobile Apple Store Online India: Top Offers, iPhones With Max… Business 2 Reasons Why Harley Davidson Has Shut Down Indian… Business State-Owned Power Distribution Companies Will Be Sold To… Auto Drive Maruti Swift, Baleno Without Owning! Subscribe Maruti… Business Air India Will Start ‘Flight To Nowhere’: Fly… Top Rated Facebook Join us on Facebook Twitter Join us on Twitter Instagram Join us on Instagram Linkedin Follow us RSS Subscribe our RSS About Us Trakin Tech Network 6, Vivek Building, Sadashiv Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411030 Popular Categories Business3767 mobile1689 India1287 Telecom1236 mobile1198 Internet1080 Subscribe to Us Subscribe our newsletter to stay updated. Subscribe Top Rated HomeHome About TIP US Disclaimer © 2020 - Trak.in - Indian Business of Tech, Mobile & Startups. All Rights Reserved. :) Sign in Home Business Technology Internet Telecom mobile Startup Others Funding Deals Videos Welcome, Login to your account. Forget password? Remember me Sign in Recover your password. A password will be e-mailed to you.
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2020-09-24Flipkart wholesale: Flipkart Wholesale enters 12 new cities ahead of festive season - Latest News - Up News Info
Flipkart wholesale: Flipkart Wholesale enters 12 new cities ahead of festive season...TechnologyFlipkart wholesale: Flipkart Wholesale enters 12 new cities ahead of festive season – Latest NewsBy Isaac Novak - September 24, 202007ShareFacebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Flipkart Wholesale, the digital B2B marketplace of Flipkart Group, on Thursday announced the expansionof its operations into 12 new cities. Expanding with the fashion category in these cities, Flipkart Wholesalewould now be operationalinGhaziabad, Faridabad, Mysuru, Chandigarh Tricity, Meerut, Agra, Jaipur, Thane-Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar, Greater Mumbai, Vasai-Virar-Mira- Bhayandar, Thane (Kalyan-Dombivli) and Thane (Navi Mumbai). By this year-end, Flipkart Wholesale also plans to expand into categories such as home & kitchen and grocery, it said in a statement. //-- BEGIN Chartbeat CODE -- if(typeof TimesGDPR != 'undefined' && typeof TimesGDPR.common.consentModule.gdprCallback == 'function'){ TimesGDPR.common.consentModule.gdprCallback(function(dataObj){ if((typeof dataObj != 'undefined') && !dataObj.isEUuser){ (function(){ function loadChartbeat() { window._sf_endpt=(new Date()).getTime(); var e = document.createElement('script'); e.setAttribute('language', 'javascript'); e.setAttribute('type', 'text/javascript'); e.setAttribute('src', (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://s3.amazonaws.com/" : "http://") + "static.chartbeat.com/js/chartbeat.js"); try{document.body.appendChild(e);}catch(e){} } $( window ).load(function() {loadChartbeat();}); })(); } }); } //--END Chartbeat CODE -- //-- Facebook Pixel Code -- !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s){if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function() {n.callMethod? n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)} ;if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n; n.push=n;n.loaded=!0;n.version='2.0';n.queue=[];t=b.createElement(e);t.async=!0; t.src=v;s=b.getElementsByTagName(e)[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, document,'script','https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js'); fbq('init', '1181341651961954'); // Insert your pixel ID here. fbq('track', 'PageView'); //-- DO NOT MODIFY --> //-- End Facebook Pixel Code --> ShareFacebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Isaac Novak RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TechnologyApple Now Allowing Band-Only Returns For Ill-Fitting Solo Loop TechnologyAmazon’s new ‘Luna’ cloud gaming service will be available for iOS users as web apps TechnologyChinese startup Showmac Tech, which makes eSIMs for Xiaomi IoT devices, raises $15M Series A+ led by Addor Capital (Rita Liao/)HomeAbout UsContact usDisclaimerPrivacy Policy ©
2020-09-24COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 60 cases; 50 persons test positive in Ambernath - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 60 cases; 50 persons test positive in AmbernathYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur report over 60 cases; 50 persons test positive in AmbernathWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 24, 2020, 20:36 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Kaushik JN/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 69 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 8,889. Also, 53 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,981. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 282 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 626 are currently being treated. Out of the 69 cases, the maximum of 25 persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 18 in Ulhasnagar-5, 15 in Ulhasnagar-3, and six each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 50 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 5,992. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 221 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 5,415 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 356. Meanwhile, 68 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 5,789, along with 77 fatalities. As many as 5,332 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 380. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernat...Aug 24, 2020
2020-09-24Flipkart Wholesale enters 12 new cities ahead of festive season - The Tribune India
Flipkart Wholesale enters 12 new cities ahead of festive season By this year-end, Flipkart Wholesale also plans to expand into categories such as home and kitchen and grocery SHARE ARTICLE A - A + Posted: Sep 24, 2020 01:51 PM (IST) Updated : 10 hours ago 231 0 0 Bengaluru, September 24 Flipkart Wholesale, the digital B2B marketplace of Flipkart Group, on Thursday announced the expansion of its operations into 12 new cities. Expanding with the fashion category in these cities, Flipkart Wholesale will now be operational in Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mysuru, Chandigarh Tricity, Meerut, Agra, Jaipur, Thane-Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar, Greater Mumbai, Vasai-Virar-Mira- Bhayandar, Thane (Kalyan-Dombivli) and Thane (Navi Mumbai). By this year-end, Flipkart Wholesale also planned to expand into categories such as home and kitchen and grocery, it said in a statement. PTI SHARE ARTICLE A - A + What do you think? 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2020-09-24Flipkart Wholesale gears up for festive sales: Aims to support kiranas, MSMEs with expansion - Financial Express
Flipkart Wholesale gears up for festive sales: Aims to support kiranas, MSMEs with expansionMSME EODB: Ahead of festive season sales, homegrown platform Flipkart has announced expansion into 12 new cities for its fashion category as e-commerce players expect a major surge in sales in the coming few weeks.By: FE OnlineSeptember 24, 2020 2:03 PMFlipkart’s chief rival in India Amazon is also ramping up its services ahead of the festive season. Related NewsGovt forms five task forces to make Indian MSMEs future-ready: SecyUnacademy acquires UPSC test preparation platform CoursavyGovt extends suspension of fresh proceedings under insolvency law for 3 monthsEase of Doing Business for MSMEs: Ahead of festive season sales, homegrown platform Flipkart has announced expansion into 12 new cities for its fashion category as e-commerce players expect a major surge in sales in the coming few weeks. The expansion will also enable digital commerce access to thousands of kiranas and SMBs, the company said on Thursday. “Expanding with the Fashion category in these cities, Flipkart Wholesale is looking to digitally transform kiranas and MSMEs to help them grow faster, retain their customers, and improve their profitability,” the statement said. Flipkart Wholesale is the digital B2B marketplace of the group and will offer small businesses a wide selection of products at a significant value.  The company has expanded into Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mysore, Chandigarh Tricity, Meerut, Agra, Jaipur, Thane-Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar, Greater Mumbai, Vasai-Virar-Mira-Bhayanadar, Thane (Kalyan-Dombivli) and Thane (Navi Mumbai).“We aim to help small businesses embrace the digital transformation and emerge as more robust businesses… by helping them leverage micro-market level B2B and B2C insights from the Flipkart ecosystem to better understand customer demands specific to their area,” Adarsh Menon, Senior Vice President and Head – Flipkart Wholesale, said. The company also said that the move is expected to create lakhs of new and exciting livelihood opportunities in India. The company now also aims to take Flipkart Wholesale to categories such as Home & Kitchen and Grocery.Recently, Flipkart also geared up with Max Fashions to make the apparel brand accessible to consumers across the country. Flipkart expects high traction for the fashion and lifestyle category amid the festive season. Meanwhile, Flipkart is not the only e-tailer gearing up for festive season sales. Earlier, Flipkart’s arch nemesis in India — Amazon — also said that it is ramping up operations ahead of the festive season as the period typically enjoys higher sales. In fact, despite the coronavirus pandemic, it is expected that online shopping this year will be bigger than ever according to a recent report by Redseer.  Get live Stock Prices from BSE, NSE, US Market and latest NAV, portfolio of Mutual Funds, calculate your tax by Income Tax Calculator, know market’s Top Gainers, Top Losers & Best Equity Funds. 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2020-09-23COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,360 cases; Maharashtra sees 479 new deaths - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,360 cases; Maharashtra sees 479 new deathsSep 23, 2020, 23.13PMCOVID-19 Latest Updates: Mumbai reports 2,360 cases; Maharashtra sees 479 new deathsMaharashtra reported 18,390 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, and with that, the tally has now climbed to 12,42,770. Also, 392 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 to 33,407. As per the latest official information, Mumbai on Tuesday reported 1,837 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the case count of the financial capital climbed to 1,87,778.Meanwhile, India's coronavirus tally crossed the 56-lakh mark. The death toll from the virus in India has increased by 1,053 to reach 88,935.However, the Union Health Ministry informed that the country’s testing capacity has surged to more than 12 lakh daily tests.Follow latest updates on COVID-19 here:Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-23 23:13(IST) Union Minister Suresh Angadi passes away due to COVID-19Union Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi, 65, died of Covid 19 on Wednesday. Angadi is the first Union Minister to have succumbed to Coronavirus and the second Parliament member from Karnataka. Earlier on September 17, Rajya Sabha member Ashok Gasti had died of Covid-19. "Shri Suresh Angadi was an exceptional Karyakarta, who worked hard to make the Party strong in Karnataka. He was a dedicated MP and effective Minister, admired across the spectrum. His demise is saddening. My thoughts are with his family and friends in this sad hour. Om Shanti," Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted.2020-09-23 22:31(IST) Kerala agriculture minister VS Sunil Kumar tests positive for Covid-19Kerala agriculture minister V.S.Sunil Kumar tested positive for Covid-19. He became the third minister in the state to test positive for the virus. Read story here2020-09-23 22:06(IST) Himachal Pradesh reports 280 new covid-19 cases today280 new COVID-19 cases, 446 recoveries and 5 deaths have been reported in Himachal Pradesh, in last 24 hours. Total number of cases now at 13049 including 3952 active cases, 8937 recoveries and 135 deaths.2020-09-23 21:04(IST) Only 60 districts in 7 states are a cause of worry: PM Modi at COVID-19 review meetOnly 60 districts in seven states of the country are a cause of worry, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday while chairing a COVID-19 review meeting.Prime Minister Modi chaired a high-level virtual meeting with Chief Ministers and Health Ministers of seven high burden COVID-19 States/Union Territory to review COVID-19 response and management.The seven high burden COVID-19 States/ UT are Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Punjab.During the meeting, the Prime Minister said, "There are more than 700 districts in the country but only 60 districts in seven states are a cause of worry. I suggest Chief Ministers hold a virtual conference with people at district/block level for seven days. We have to learn from the best practices from across the states."2020-09-23 20:54(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see a spike in daily case count; Badlapur reports 58 new casesUlhasnagar on Wednesday saw a jump in the daily count and reported 72 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 8,820. Meanwhile, Ambernath too witnessed a surge with 69 new COVID-19 cases, while in Badlapur, 58 persons tested positive. Read detailed report here2020-09-23 20:49(IST) CICSE to conduct class 10, 12 compartment exams from Oct 6 to 9The Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CICSE) will conduct compartment and improvement exams for class 10 and 12 from October 6 to 9, the board announced on Wednesday.The results will be declared on October 17, it said."Candidates must reach the examination centre well ahead of time to ensure staggered movement and smooth entry to avoid overcrowding. While candidates are required to carry masks and sanitiser, use of gloves is optional," CICSE Chief Executive and Secretary Gerry Arathoon said.2020-09-23 20:07(IST) Mumbai reports 2,360 casesMumbai on Wednesday reported 2,360 new cases of coronavirus and with that, the case count of the financial capital climbed to 1,90,138. Also, 52 patients succumbed to the virus taking the death toll to 8,601. On the contrary, as many as 1,54,088 patients have recovered till date and the number of active cases in the city is now pitched at 27,063.2020-09-23 20:02(IST) Maharashtra reports 21,029 casesMaharashtra reported 21,029 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, and with that, the tally has now climbed to 12,63,799. Also, 479 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 to 33,886.The number of active cases is now pitched at 2,73,477 as per the latest information shared by the state health department.2020-09-23 19:02(IST) Russia to soon register second vaccine against COVID-19 says PutinRussia will soon register a second vaccine against COVID-19, informed President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday."By the way, the second vaccine against coronavirus will be registered soon," as reported by Sputnik quoting Putin while speaking to the Russian Upper House lawmakers.On Tuesday, national consumer health watchdog said that another vaccine -- developed by the Vector research centre and dubbed as EpiVacCorona would be registered by October 15.Putin also complimented the country's ability to counter the pathogen adding that the healthcare system is "now ready to efficiently counter' COVID-19.2020-09-23 18:48(IST) Congress MLA B Narayan Rao with COVID-19 infection criticalCongress MLA B Narayan Rao, whowas admitted to a private hospital after contracting COVID-19, is in a critical state, the hospital said on Wednesday.Rao was admitted to the Manipal Hospital on September 1 with diagnosis of severe COVID-19 infection, hospital director Dr Manish Rai said."Currently, he is in a very critical state with multi-organ failure, on multiple supports including ventilator, and dialysis," Dr Rai said.He added that a multi-disciplinary team of expert doctors are involved in his treatment and monitoring the situation.2020-09-23 18:43(IST) PM Modi reviews COVID-19 situation with CMs, representatives of 7 states with high case loadPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday reviewed the COVID-19 pandemic situation with chief ministers and other representatives of seven high-case-load states through video conference.The virtual meeting, also attended by health ministers of these states, began in the evening.These states are Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Punjab, officials said, noting that more than 63 per of the active cases in the country are concentrated in these seven states.They also account for 65.5 per cent of the total confirmed cases and 77 per cent of the total deaths, a statement had said earlier.Along with the other five states, Punjab and Delhi have reported an increase in the number of cases being reported recently, they said, adding that Maharashtra, Punjab and Delhi are also reporting high mortality with more than two per cent case fatality rate (CFR).2020-09-23 18:40(IST) COVID-19 recoveries exceed new cases for fifth day: Health MinistryHealth Ministry on Wednesday said that new COVID-19 recoveries in India have exceeded the new cases for the fifth consecutive day and 89,746 recoveries have been registered in the last 24 hours while 83,347 new cases have been reported.The total number of recovered patients stands at 45,87,613 and the recovery rate is 81.25 per cent.Health Ministry said in its release that India has the highest recovered cases in the world and it contributes 19.5 per cent to the global recoveries.2020-09-23 18:33(IST) Karnataka rejects probe into COVID-19 purchasesAfter the opposition demand for a judicial inquiry into procurements made during the COVID-19 pandemic was rejected, opposition Congress lawmakers led by Siddaramaiah walked out of the Assembly in protest on Wednesday.Karnataka Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar earlier asserted that there was no corruption in any of the procurements done during the pandemic.Replying to a debate on alleged procurement scams pointed out by opposition parties in the Assembly, Sudhakar said that there was no deviation of funds or corruption. "So, where is the question of ordering a probe? The state government rejects all allegations made by the Opposition," the Minister said.2020-09-23 18:31(IST) No guarantee any Covid vaccine in development will work: WHO ChiefWorld Health Organisation (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said that the top health organisation has no guarantee whether any single Covid-19 vaccine now in development will work.While addressing a virtual press conference, the WHO chief said: "We have no guarantee that any single vaccine now in development will work.""The more candidates we test, the higher the chance we will have of a safe and efficacious vaccine," he added.According to the WHO, almost 200 vaccines for Covid-19 are currently in clinical and pre-clinical testing.2020-09-23 18:11(IST) Tripura reports 504 new COVID-19 cases, 2 fresh fatalitiesTripura's COVID-19 tally roseto 23,338 on Wednesday as 504 more people tested positive for the infection, a health official said.The state's coronavirus death toll rose to 250 as two more patients succumbed to the infection, he said.West Tripura district, under which Agartala falls, has accounted for 140 of the 250 coronavirus deaths reported in the state so far, the official said.Tripura now has 6,602 active COVID-19 cases, while 16,463 people have recovered from the disease so far, he said.2020-09-23 18:08(IST) 10 states, UTs reporting 74 per cent of new COVID-19 cases, 83 per cent of deathsAt least 10 states including Union Territories (UTs) are reporting 74 per cent of newer confirmed COVID-19 cases and 83 per cent of the deaths in the last 24 hours due to coronavirus infection, the Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday."A total of 83,347 new cases (active cases) have been reported in the last 24 hours in the country. About 74 per cent of the new confirmed cases are concentrated in 10 states/UTs," the ministry said in a statement.According to the ministry, in the last 24 hours, Maharashtra has alone contributed to about 18,390 new cases, while Andhra Pradesh has reported at least 7,553 cases. Karnataka has contributed to 6,974 cases, Uttar Pradesh has witnessed 5,650 cases, Tamil Nadu has reported 5,337 cases, Odisha is contributing to 4,189 cases, Kerala has seen 4,125 cases, while Delhi has reported 3,816 cases. West Bengal has witnessed about 3,182 cases and Chhattisgarh has reported 2,736 cases.2020-09-23 18:07(IST) Dharavi adds 22 new COVID-19 cases; tally 3,087The COVID-19 tally in Dharavi slum colony here rose to 3,087 on Wednesday with detection of 22 fresh cases, a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official said. Dharavi has been reporting new cases in double digits since the last seven days, he said. Of the total 3,087 cases, 2,625 people have already recovered from the COVID-19 disease, the official said. Read more2020-09-23 17:20(IST) TV star Disha Parmar tests COVID-19 positiveTelevision actress Disha Parmar has tested Covid positive. The actress confirmed the news on Instagram."As they say.. There is no right timing for bad time.. Being positive never was so awful," she wrote.Hours later, she seemed in a brighter mood, posting a birthday note for singer and rumoured boyfriend Rahul Vaidya, expressing inability to be with him owing to her ill-health.2020-09-23 17:09(IST) Maharashtra Police reports 253 new COVID-19 infections among its personnelAs many as 253 personnel of Maharashtra Police tested positive for COVID-19 while five of them succumbed to the infectious disease in the last 24 hours.With the latest infections, the total number of cases in the State's force touched 21,827, including 3,435 active cases. So far 18,158 personnel have recovered, while 234 have died, the Maharashtra Police said in a statement.As far as actions related to violation of COVID-19 guidelines are concerned, Maharashtra Police has so far registered 2,67,044 cases under Section 188 (Disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of Indian Penal Code.2020-09-23 16:52(IST) Delhi hospitals have enough oxygen for 6-7 days: Satyendar JainDelhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Wednesday said there is no shortage of oxygen in Delhi hospitals and that enough stock is available for the next six to seven days.The minister also the COVID-19 positivity rate in the national capital has plateaued out a bit and a downward trend is expected in a week or two."There is no shortage of oxygen in Delhi hospitals. I took stock of the situation. There is a slight issue, but there is enough oxygen for 7 days in Delhi government-run hospitals," he said.Delhi gets oxygen from Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. 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2020-09-23COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see a spike in daily case count; Badlapur reports 58 new cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see a spike in daily case count; Badlapur reports 58 new casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath see a spike in daily case count; Badlapur reports 58 new casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 23, 2020, 20:53 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Kaushik JN/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday saw a jump in the daily count and reported 72 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 8,820. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 613. With 37 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 7,928. Also, with four new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 279. Out of the new cases today, 34 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, while 18 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3. As many as 13 people contracted the virus Ulhasnagar-5, four in Ulhasnagar-1 and three persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2. Meanwhile, Ambernath too witnessed a surge with 69 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the total count to 5,942 and the death toll to 220. With a recovery rate of 90.28 per cent, as many as 5,365 patients have recovered from the virus and 357 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, 58 persons tested positive on Wednesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 5,721 along with 77 deaths. So far, 5,272 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 372. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernat...Aug 24, 2020
2020-09-23Bids invited for Geotechnical Investigation work of Mumbai Metro Line-5 Extention - Urban Transport News
Bids invited for Geotechnical Investigation work of Mumbai Metro Line-5 Extention Anushka Khare Posted on: 2020-09-23 16:49:00 Viewer: 648 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Mumbai Mumbai, India (Urban Transport News): Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) today invites bids from the consultancy firms for carrying out of Geotechnical Investigation work for the preparation of DPR for the extension of Mumbai Metro Line-5 from Rajiv Gandhi Chowk to Temghar and Durgadi Chowk to Ulhasnagar. The planning of extension of the Line-5 (Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan APMC) to Ulhasnagar was announced by the then Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in October 2019. After that MMRDA had started working on this plan. Scope of Work Geotechnical Investigation works for the preparation of DPR for the extension of Mumbai Metro Line-5 from Rajiv Gandhi Chowk to Temghar and Durgadi Chowk to Ulhasnagar. Key Information Tender Notice No.: NIT/03/GM/CS/2020-21 Issue Date: 23rd September 2020 Estimated cost of work: Rs 12,65,867.00 Security Money Deposit: Rs 25,350.00 Work Completion Period: 2 months Sale of tender documents: 23.09.2020 - 06.10.2020 Bids Submission Dates: 23.09.2020 - 06.10.2020 Opening Date of Technical Bid: 07.10.2020 at 15.30 hrs. Pre-bid Meeting: No More information Earlier on 15th September 2020, DMRC had invited bids for carrying out of Topographical Survey works for the preparation of DPR for the extension of Mumbai Metro Line-5 from Rajiv Gandhi Chowk to Temghar and Durgadi Chowk to Ulhasnagar. Under this plan,  the 24.9 km Line-5 of Mumbai Metro Rail Network will be extended by 7 km from Durgadi Chowk in Kalyan to Ulhasnagar, with a new 8 km loop within Bhiwandi connecting Rajiv Chowk with Temghar. For more details about the project, please explore the Mumbai Metro page of Urban Transport News. If you find this story or article useful, please share to your social media network. Anushka Khare Anushka Khare is a Post Graduate in Journalism from Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Bhopal (MP). She covers stories and updates from India. Also Read Tender re-invited for construction of Noida-Greater Noida Extension Line Bids invited for various survey works of Mumbai-Nagpur High Speed Rail Corridor Fresh domestic tender invited for procurement of 44 new Vande Bharat Trains Leave Your Comment! Post Recent Comments! No comments found...! Advertise With Us Media Planner 2020-21 Latest Publications Subscribe Now Read Online Partners Events Follow Us Subscribe For Daily Updates Subscribe Urban Transport News is a specialized and independent Indian Media Firm engaged in the promotion of Government’s initiatives and private players role towards the solution of Urban Mobility challenges in various metropolitan and suburban cities across the world. About About Us Editorial Board Privacy Policy Terms of Use Refund Policy Advertising Options Digital Advertising Print Advertising Content Advertising Advertising Rates Media Planner Contact Info URBAN TRANSPORT NEWS F-35, Pankaj Grand Plaza, Mayur Vihar Phase 1, New Delhi 110091, India
2020-09-23Bids invited for Geotechnical Investigation work of Mumbai Metro Line-5 Extention - Urban Transport News
Bids invited for Geotechnical Investigation work of Mumbai Metro Line-5 Extention Anushka Khare Posted on: 2020-09-23 16:49:00 Viewer: 695 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Mumbai Mumbai, India (Urban Transport News): Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) today invites bids from the consultancy firms for carrying out of Geotechnical Investigation work for the preparation of DPR for the extension of Mumbai Metro Line-5 from Rajiv Gandhi Chowk to Temghar and Durgadi Chowk to Ulhasnagar. The planning of extension of the Line-5 (Thane-Bhiwandi-Kalyan APMC) to Ulhasnagar was announced by the then Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in October 2019. After that MMRDA had started working on this plan. Scope of Work Geotechnical Investigation works for the preparation of DPR for the extension of Mumbai Metro Line-5 from Rajiv Gandhi Chowk to Temghar and Durgadi Chowk to Ulhasnagar. Key Information Tender Notice No.: NIT/03/GM/CS/2020-21 Issue Date: 23rd September 2020 Estimated cost of work: Rs 12,65,867.00 Security Money Deposit: Rs 25,350.00 Work Completion Period: 2 months Sale of tender documents: 23.09.2020 - 06.10.2020 Bids Submission Dates: 23.09.2020 - 06.10.2020 Opening Date of Technical Bid: 07.10.2020 at 15.30 hrs. Pre-bid Meeting: No More information Earlier on 15th September 2020, DMRC had invited bids for carrying out of Topographical Survey works for the preparation of DPR for the extension of Mumbai Metro Line-5 from Rajiv Gandhi Chowk to Temghar and Durgadi Chowk to Ulhasnagar. Under this plan,  the 24.9 km Line-5 of Mumbai Metro Rail Network will be extended by 7 km from Durgadi Chowk in Kalyan to Ulhasnagar, with a new 8 km loop within Bhiwandi connecting Rajiv Chowk with Temghar. For more details about the project, please explore the Mumbai Metro page of Urban Transport News. If you find this story or article useful, please share to your social media network. Anushka Khare Anushka Khare is a Post Graduate in Journalism from Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Bhopal (MP). She covers stories and updates from India. Also Read Tender re-invited for construction of Noida-Greater Noida Extension Line Bids invited for various survey works of Mumbai-Nagpur High Speed Rail Corridor Fresh domestic tender invited for procurement of 44 new Vande Bharat Trains Leave Your Comment! Post Recent Comments! No comments found...! Advertise With Us Media Planner 2020-21 Latest Publications Subscribe Now Read Online Partners Events Follow Us Subscribe For Daily Updates Subscribe Urban Transport News is a specialized and independent Indian Media Firm engaged in the promotion of Government’s initiatives and private players role towards the solution of Urban Mobility challenges in various metropolitan and suburban cities across the world. About About Us Editorial Board Privacy Policy Terms of Use Refund Policy Advertising Options Digital Advertising Print Advertising Content Advertising Advertising Rates Media Planner Contact Info URBAN TRANSPORT NEWS F-35, Pankaj Grand Plaza, Mayur Vihar Phase 1, New Delhi 110091, India
2020-09-23Thane's busiest roads waterlogged as heavy rains lashed the city - Free Press Journal
Get Appe-paper MumbaiUpdated on : Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 10:32 PM IST Thane's busiest roads waterlogged as heavy rains lashed the cityBy Priyanka DhomsePicture for representationBL Soni (File Photo) Thane: Heavy showers on Wednesday evening led to waterlogging in major and busiest routes of Thane. Around 10 such routes within Badlapur junction to Anand Nagar check Naka in Thane were seen waterlogged, causing traffic woes. "The areas like Kopri-Anand Nagar check Naka, Bara-Bungalow; Teen petrol pump and Vandana cinema, in Naupada ward; Teen Haat Naka, Viviana mall area in Wagle ward; Kapurbawdi junction; Manpada bridge area in Kasarwadavli; under Vitawa bridge in Kalwa ward; Near Bank of India area in Ulhasnagar; near Badlapur Chowk in Kolsewadi area and near T-junction within Kalyanphata and Shilphata area, in Mumbra were noticed with major waterlogging," informed said Amit Kale, deputy commissioner of police (Traffic), Thane. The aforementioned areas are major routes connecting Thane, Kalyan, Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, and Badlapur area and heavy rains caused traffic snarls on Wednesday.Also ReadThane: Heavy rainfall leads to three tree falls in the city; no injuries reported ThaneTMCmumbai rainsThane rains Recent StoriesLIVEKolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians LIVE: Score, Commentary for the 5th match of IPL 2020Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai Rains: Latest updates IPL 2020, MI vs KKR: Rohit Sharma becomes second Indian after Dhoni to hit 200 sixes in IPL historyOne year later, PMC Bank depositors still struggling Centre takes note of Maharashtra's 'My Family, My Responsibility' drive 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
2020-09-2284% construction workers in Pune, Ulhasnagar not pai..stating impact of GDP contraction on migrant labourers - Firstpost
84% construction workers in Pune, Ulhasnagar not paid in lockdown: Survey shows devastating impact of GDP contraction on migrant labourers The construction industry in India is the second largest employer after agriculture and has an industry size of Rs 10.5 trillion. According to the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India, prior to the lockdown, there were 20,000 ongoing construction projects in the country and work was being undertaken in as many as 18,000 sites. Priyansha Singh and Prasanna Sriraman September 22, 2020 07:30:23 IST India economy. Reuters The latest quarterly Gross Domestic Product data released by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation presents a gloomy picture. The Indian economy has contracted by a staggering 23.9 percent in the first quarter of the current financial year — with the labour-intensive construction sector reporting a massive slump of 50.3 percent. For a sector that was already under stress before the pandemic due to the poor financial health of many companies and dwindling output, this news has come as a shocker. But more significantly, the data provide a frightening picture of the impact the pandemic has had on the construction workers- a glimpse of which was also visible from the mass exodus of migrant workers to their villages during the lockdown. A rapid assessment survey conducted by Habitat for Humanity’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter interviewed 974 respondents to better understand the impact of the COVID-19 on migrant workers in Maharashtra’s Pune and Ulhasnagar. The report reveals that nearly half the respondents belonged to the construction industry (47 percent), followed by bag manufacturing (23 percent), garment industry (13 percent) and the remaining 17 percent to other sectors. At least, 71 percent of all respondents received no wages after the lockdown and over 63 percent claimed to have no source of livelihood at their places of origin. The survey presents a distressing picture of the plight of migrant workers in the construction sector and other industries - and what the 50 percent fall in construction output means for the many who depend on it. Impact on the construction industry and its workforce The construction industry in India is the second largest employer after agriculture and has an industry size of Rs 10.5 trillion. According to the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India, prior to the lockdown, there were 20,000 ongoing construction projects in the country and work was being undertaken in as many as 18,000 sites. Together, these projects involved a workforce of over 8.5 million. Moreover, demand from affordable housing segment is expected to decline significantly due to constrained spending capacity of the target group. With more than 6.1 lakh affordable houses under construction buoyed by policy fillip such as Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and the resultant growth in recent years — muted demand, reduced cash flows, labour shortage and cost escalations could severely hamper revival of the sector. When output from the sector is lost, the jobs and the incomes generated from those jobs are also lost. The loss in incomes was observed even in the Terwilliger Center survey, with only 16 percent of all workers interviewed receiving the same wages as before lockdown, and the remaining 84 percent receiving much less or no income. Further, even from the workers who received the wages, only around 10 percent found it sufficient enough to help them through the lockdown. With no money in hand and no alternative livelihood in the destination states, migrant workers were forced to rely on welfare measures from the government. Data from the Terwilliger Center survey shows that about 28 percent of them received no form of help or support from the government — putting their very lives at risk. It is no surprisem therefore, that almost 26 percent of the workers suffered hunger during the lockdown, with little or no access to food. In fact, for 40 percent workers, access to food and ration was one of their biggest concerns. In such a situation, the existence of active social protection for workers becomes imperative. The construction sector has two laws to provide protection and dignity to its workforce. The first, the Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and conditions of service) Act 1996 regulates the employment and conditions of service of building and other construction workers, and provides for their safety, health, and welfare. The second, the BOCW Cess Act, provides for the levy and collection of cess on the cost of construction incurred by employers, with a view to augment the resources of the BOCW Welfare Boards, used to provide for these workers. The rapid assessment survey highlights the glaring inadequacy of the workers’ registration system under the Act: 96 percent of the workers in the construction sector were not registered under the BOCW Act and thus could not avail its relief package. The survey further reveals that among the 455 respondents employed in the construction sector, 62 percent  were not even aware of BOCW, while 20 percent were aware of BOCW, but could not register themselves. To put this in perspective, in June 2020, Ministry of Labour and Employment stated that 20 million workers registered under BOCW were provided cash assistance during the lockdown. As per India’s Periodic Labour Force Survey of employment and unemployment, there were nearly 55 million construction workers in 2017–18. This demonstrates that only about 36 percent of the construction workers received the cash entitlements they deserved, making the situation precarious for the large majority of the workers, and often leaving them to fend for themselves. In reality, a large number of workers in the construction industry have been living in precarious conditions even before the pandemic. This is due to the rampant informality present in the construction sector, primarily due to its reliance on migrant labour recruited through a series of sub-contracting processes. About 87.4 percent of workers in the construction sector have been categorised as casual labour, according to the PLFS 2017-18, highlighting the level of informality that prevails in the industry. Informality is also evident through subcontracting — a process deeply embedded within the building construction work. A typical example of a sub-contracting hierarchy involves a realty and infrastructure company handing over specialised tasks to specific subcontracting companies, which in turn delegate hiring responsibilities to petty contractors, who may or may not have an appropriate license. These petty contractors, also known as labour sub-contractors, are responsible for recruiting and onboarding workers. Thus, the structure of recruitment is complex, multi-layered and hierarchical, especially in large construction firms. Petty contractors in such contracting value chain play a crucial role in mobilising large number of labourers needed by the construction industry. The heavy reliance on these contractors was evident from the survey as well; majority of the construction workers (58 percent) surveyed relied on contractors to find jobs, while 26 percent found employment on their own and 13 percent through referrals from friends or relatives. Labour economist Ravi Srivastava talks about how this dependence on contractors is more common among short term migrants, in this 2020 paper. "Short term migrants are much more likely to enter the migrant labour market through contractors from whom they have taken an advance payment and are more likely to be involved in a debt-interlocked migration cycle," he writes. In addition, these short-term migrant workers are largely characterised by an absence of civic identity and citizenship at destination, poorer access to entitlements, labour market discrimination and working and living in substandard conditions. Though significant progress has been made in providing housing for economically weaker sections through the PMAY scheme, short-term migrants, who are multilocal in nature, are left out and often end up living in inadequate shelter in cities as they could neither afford nor access decent housing. They face double marginalisation in the destination states, owing to their identity as outsiders and also due to the informal nature of their occupation. They resort to living in labour colonies and rented accommodation in informal settlements, with no access to basic services. Further, the living conditions of such migrants are congested in nature and conducive for the rapid spread of viruses and diseases. The survey corroborated this - out of all migrant workers surveyed, only 15 percent had access to all necessary conditions required for prevention of COVID-19, such as access to serviceable toilets, clean drinking water, water for washing hands, and enough space to practice physical distancing. All this is emblematic of a larger malaise prevailing in the system- marked by an absence of social protection to the workforce that runs the economy. Seen from this perspective, the 50 percent fall in GVA of the construction sector could exacerbate hunger, loss of livelihood, and lead to distress migration and lack of dignity for workers. Findings from the Terwilliger Center study and several other field assessments since March 2020 indicate the prevalence of all these aspects in the lives of migrant workers. Beyond the official data There is a high likelihood that the decline of over 50 percent in the activity of the construction sector has been under-reported. This is because a country’s GDP, as economist Vivek Kaul writes, is based on formal-sector indicators; and the real state of the huge informal sector can be captured only over a period of time, as more and more data come in, not immediately. In India, given that data-collection was affected drastically during the lockdown and that the construction industry is subject to rampant informality and substantial sub-contracting, the impact on the sector, both in terms of loss of output and employment is likely to be worse. For instance, KPMG’s report on the impact of COVID-19 in the construction sector predicted a fall in the Gross Value Added of the construction sector to be 34 percent, (in the worst case scenario of the lockdown extending to 30 June) and the consequent fall in employment to be 25 percent (corresponding to the 34 percent fall in GVA). However, the latest fall in the construction sector GVA of 50.3 percent, based on partial data collection, belies all such expectations. More so, given the nature of construction industry, a fall in output would have a multiplier effect through backward linkages, causing further reduction of the economic activity and job losses. However, all is not lost yet. The rural economy and the role of housing With a protracted economic recovery looming large, especially in industries such as construction that are dependent on migrant labour, there is an urgent need to revive the rural economy. Transitional remedial measures such as PM Garib Kalyan Yojana and enhanced budget allocation and expansion of works as well as workdays under MGNREGA can help in the short term revival but may not be sufficient given the magnitude of crisis and jobs to be created. Extending the PMAY Gramin program’s tenure and upskilling returnee construction labour on rural masonry skills can create more sustainable jobs besides productively utilizing their skills acquired in cities. This can also lead to improved quality of housing construction under PMAY Gramin. According to a recent GIZ report Improving Housing for Urban Poor - Learnings from BLC Implementation in Odisha”, it can be seen that 76 percent of PMAY beneficiaries are labourers and 56 percent infact are construction labourers. It is well known that remittances from migrant labour working in cities partly goes towards housing improvements in their hometowns. The current situation presents an opportunity to address the housing gaps among migrant households and enlist those who were left out; and also resolve the issue of incomplete houses caused by migration of beneficiaries to other places for work. Housing has also become the frontline defense against the coronavirus and in this context it is imperative that every migrant worker has access to adequate housing, in both origin and destination states. Willingness to migrate again One of the important findings of the survey is that, despite the hardships endured in the place of work and in subsequently travelling back to their villages, 59 percent of surveyed migrants expressed willingness to return to their destination state. This willingness was higher among construction workers, where 68 percent expressed willingness to return to the destination state once the government allowed interstate travel. For many of these construction workers (76 percent), the lack of livelihood options in the origin state was a key driver influencing their decision. Not surprisingly, the survey reveals that the migrant workers' willingness to return to their place of work was contingent upon the employer providing them with travel arrangements, food and a safe, clean and hygienic workplace and proper accommodation- all basic necessities. Further, because of the nature of the construction sector, petty contractors are the key linchpins in recruiting workers and offering informal intermediation services to employers in mobilising labour. The survey suggests that builders and construction firms should step up in formally recognising their role and paying for their services, while keeping the relationship between the worker and employer linear. Employers can also explore partnerships with civil society organizations to sensitise, train and expand the services of petty contractors as facilitators of entitlements to migrant workers in the destination states. As a significant number of migrant workers are employed in the construction sector, implementation issues in the Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Act must be addressed immediately. The welfare boards in destination states need to be inclusive and ease the registration process for migrant workers. One way to do that is by engaging with petty contractors to scale up migrant worker registrations. At the same time, builders and construction firms who contribute cess to the state governments must hold the state BOCW welfare boards accountable and ensure delivery of entitlements for registered workers. Doing away with domicile restrictions to access the Public Distribution System would ensure food security of migrants in the destination states as they return. As regards housing, India does not have a legal framework for the right to housing, which makes it difficult for migrants to acquire shelter and they end up relying on intermediaries or petty contractors for accommodation. Finding sustainable ways to develop and operate the affordable rental housing complexes for migrant workers through market-based models and utilising the Construction Workers Welfare Board funds for housing of migrant construction workers as recommended by the Working Group on Migration in 2017, could go a long way in improving the quality of lives of workers as well as help revive the GDP by rekindling demand. To access the full report, click here Priyansha is with India Migration Now, a South East Migration Foundation Venture based in Mumbai, India. Follow their work at @nowmigration Prasanna is a Specialist in Market Systems and leads the Construction Labour vertical at the Terwilliger Centre for Innovation in Shelter, Habitat for Humanity Updated Date: September 22, 2020 07:30:23 IST TAGS: Construction Sector Coronavirus Lockdown Covid-19 Covid-19 Lockdown Gdp Contraction Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. 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2020-09-22Bhiwandi got ‘500 illegal buildings in 5 years’, MMR has thousands - Times of India
Bhiwandi got ‘500 illegal buildings in 5 years’, MMR has thousandsBhiwandi got ‘500 illegal buildings in 5 years’, MMR has thousandsPradeep Gupta, Vijay V Singh & Manoj Badgeri | TNN | Sep 22, 2020, 09:16 ISTRescuers took help of sniffer dogs to look for survivors in Jilani debrisTHANE/MUMBAI: The collapse of Jilani building in the powerloom town of Bhiwandi points to the crisis of illegal constructions in the wider Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Civil engineer and activist Kamankar Durraj alleges 500 illegal buildings have come up in Bhiwandi in the past five years using inferior material or lacking even a designated architect. Jilani building itself did not follow norms and lacked a proper access path for the fire brigade. Locals allege Patel Compound where it is located has another 20 illegal buildings, some of which are recent constructions. Within Thane district, the Bhiwandi-Ulhasnagar and Mumbra belt is notorious for lack of compliance to building norms. The 2013 collapse of an illegal building in Mumbra, which claimed 74 lives, has been among the worst tragedies here in recent years. Jilani building had been classified as old and the landowner was issued several notices by civic authorities, asking for a structural audit to be conducted. The civic body, though, took no further action over the past three years. Thane city has witnessed nearly 16 building collapses in the past 25 years in which 175 people have lost their lives. The reasons range from illegal constructions to lack of repair of old and dilapidated buildings. As many as 4,500 structures in Thane city are classified as dangerous. A pre-monsoon survey by Thane Municipal Corporation revealed that 79 buildings across the nine administrative wards of the city were in an extremely dangerous condition and needed to be pulled down. Around 2,400 were collectively in the C2 category (in need of urgent repairs), of which around 127 needed evacuation and immediate major repairs. The rest were classified as dangerous but with no immediate threats to residents. Officials and activists in Bhiwandi say cluster redevelopment schemes are the way ahead. “Bhiwandi has several buildings which violate norms or use extra FSI. For redevelopment, cluster development schemes are needed,” says Dr Pankaj Ashiya, commissioner of Bhiwandi-Nizampura City Municipal Corporation. PWD minister Eknath Shinde said the government would try to bring cluster development to Bhiwandi. In Mumbai city, lack of repair of old and dilapidated buildings is the main reason for collapses. There are around 15,000 cessed buildings in the island city, most of which were constructed before 1969. In the bulk of cases, repairs are stuck because of lack of funds and disputes between landlords and tenants. In the past three months, the city had seen three building collapses at Dongri, Nagpada and Fort areas, killing eight people. The state government agency Mhada collects cess from such buildings for their repair. The rules, though, allow it to spend just around Rs 3,000 per square metre for the repair of each building through its life-span, says Amin Patel, Congress MLA from Mumbaidevi. Recently, Maharashtra government passed a bill for time-bound redevelopment of cessed buildings. Non-cessed buildings in the suburbs, though, are even worse off since they get no help from the government. “Often tenants are ready to go in for repairs, but landlords are more interested in razing buildings,” says Ramesh Prabhu, president, Maharashtra Societies Welfare Association. 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2020-09-22COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on Tuesday - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on TuesdayYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report less than 50 cases on TuesdayWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 22, 2020, 20:08 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 48 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 8,748. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 482. With 31 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 7,891. Also, with three new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 275. Out of the new cases today, 21 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, while 12 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3. Seven people contracted the virus Ulhasnagar-5, five in Ulhasnagar-1 and three persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath saw 25 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total count to 5,873 and the death toll to 218. With a recovery rate of 90.49 per cent, as many as 5,315 patients have recovered from the virus and 340 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, locals can heave a sigh of relief as the township saw less than 50 cases after several days. The test reports of 47 persons came out to be positive on Tuesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 5,663 along with 76 deaths. So far, 5,202 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 385. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernat...Aug 24, 2020
2020-09-21COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 82 cases on Monday; situation eases in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 82 cases on Monday; situation eases in Ulhasnagar, AmbernathYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 82 cases on Monday; situation eases in Ulhasnagar, AmbernathWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 21, 2020, 20:42 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar reported 44 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,700. Also, with 18 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 7,860 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 568 while 272 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 44 new cases, 14 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-5, followed by 10 each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-4, seven in Ulhasnagar-3 and three in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 31 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 5,848. At present, 343 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 216 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 5,289 have recovered. Meanwhile, with numbers going up once again with each passing day in Badlapur, 82 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 5,616 with 76 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Mohan Valley, Ganesh Nagar, Hendrepada, Neelsiddhi Apartment and Rameshwadi. The remaining were from Sanewadi, Gauri Estate, Sarvodaya Nagar, Belauli, Mohananand Nagar, Katrap, Aptewadi, Manjiri Heights, Kharvai, Samarth Nagar, Pranjee Garden, TV Tower, Kirti Police Colony, Sonivali, Krishnadham, Marathon NX, Shivaji Chowk, Shanti Nagar and Kalp City. So far, 5,126 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 414 are currently undergoing treatment. RELATED NEWSCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports 23 new cases; Ulhasnagar, Ambernat...Aug 24, 2020
2020-09-20Maharashtra sees 20,598 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hrs; death toll stands at 32,671 - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra sees 20,598 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hrs; death toll stands at 32,671 Last Updated: 20th September, 2020 23:13 IST Maharashtra Sees 20,598 New COVID-19 Cases In 24 Hrs; Death Toll Stands At 32,671 On Sunday, September 20, Maharashtra recorded 20,598 new novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 12,08,374; 455 deaths were reported. Written By Digital Desk On Sunday, September 20, Maharashtra recorded 20,598 new novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 12,08,374. At present, there are 2,91,238 active cases in the state. With 26,408 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 8,84,341. 455 deaths—66 from Pune, 54 from Nagpur, 44 from Mumbai, 22 from Ratnagiri, 21 each from Dhule and Aurangabad, 18 from Latur, 17 from Osmanabad, 16 each from Ahmedabad and Sangli, 14 each from Satara and Kalyan-Dombivali, 13 from Nashik, 12 from Jalgaon, 11 each from Thane and Kolhapur, 10 from Pimpri Chinchwad, 9 from Bhandara, 8 from Navi Mumbai, 6 each from Solapur and Raigad, 5 each from Amravati and Mira Bhayandar, 4 from Bhiwandi, three each from Nanded, Vasai Virar and Gadchiroli, two each from Panvel, Parbhani and Chandrapur and one each from Ulhasnagar, Palghar, Hingoli, Jalna, Akola, Yavatmal, Buldhana, Washim, Gondia and Wardha were reported on Sunday.   Until now, a total of 32,671 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 58,72,241 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 18,49,217 persons are under home quarantine, 35,644 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 20.58%, 73.17%, and 2.7% respectively. Read: COVID Debate: Centre Says 'received Rs 893.93 Crores From PM-CARES Fund' In Lok Sabha Maharashtra reported 20,598 new COVID-19 cases, 26,408 discharges and 455 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking total cases to 12,08,642 including 8,84,341 discharges, 32,671 deaths and 2,91,238 active cases: State Health Department pic.twitter.com/VUkwEDCV3n — ANI (@ANI) September 20, 2020 Read: Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's Tally Crosses 54 Lakh; ICMR Completes 2nd Serosurvey State government launches campaign The Maharashtra government has launched the 'My Family, My Responsibility' campaign to achieve effective healthcare education for the control of COVID-19. In Mumbai- one of the cities worst affected by COVID-19, volunteers appointed by the Public Health Department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation will go door-to-door to check the temperature and oxygen levels of every family. The campaign entails giving important messages related to healthcare, search suspected COVID-19 patients and provide referral treatment to people with co-morbidities such as diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and kidney disease. The BMC has advised citizens to adopt a three-pronged approach to taking precautions. This involves maintaining a safe distance of at least 2 meters between each other, using masks regularly, and washing hands/using sanitizers properly. Additionally, the civic body has given more tips such as measuring body temperature and oxygen level daily, washing reusable masks using a sanitizer, having nutritious and vitamin-rich food, and practicing exercises to avoid immunity.  Read: BJP's Kirit Somaiya Scoffs At Uddhav Thackeray Govt Over Rs 5.43 Cr Tender; Lists Failures Read: Dharavi's Coronavirus Infection Count Crosses 3,000 First Published: 20th September, 2020 23:13 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 8 hours ago Maharashtra Minister reviews preparations of final year university exams to be held in Oct 1 hour ago Navajo Nation report 17 new coronavirus cases, 4 more deaths 1 day ago Maharashtra: More recoveries than new COVID-19 cases push active count below 3 lakh 19 hours ago Coronavirus: Rajasthan imposes Section 144 of CrPC in 11 districts 1 day ago Coronavirus: India’s first cutting-edge CRISPR diagnostic test approved by DGCI 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 Six Union Ministers condemn attack on RS Dy. Chair by Opposition MPs: 'Shameful & sad' Payal Ghosh's lawyer to file complaint against director Anurag Kashyap Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's tally crosses 54 lakh; ICMR completes 2nd serosurvey Stoinis Storm in Dubai; Australian powers Delhi to 157 after initial wreckage vs Punjab FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
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2020-09-19Manjiri Gharat elected as VP of FIP for 2020 – 2024 - Express Pharma
Manjiri Gharat elected as VP of FIP for 2020 – 2024 Manjiri Gharat elected as VP of FIP for 2020 – 2024 She is the first woman pharmacy professional and second pharmacy professional from India to be elected to this post HRLatest Updates By EP News Bureau Last updated Sep 19, 2020 0 95 Share Read Article Manjiri Gharat, VP & Chairperson, Community Pharmacy Division of Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), has been elected as Vice President of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) for 2020 – 2024 during the elections held by electronic voting on September12, 2020, at FIP Council virtual meeting. IPA had nominated Gharat for the FIP Bureau elections. She is the first woman pharmacy professional and second pharmacy professional from India to be elected as FIP Vice President. In the past, Praful Sheth had been Vice‐President of FIP for the term 2006 – 2010 & 2010 ‐ 2014. The  International Pharmaceutical  Federation (FIP) is a global body representing over four million pharmacists and pharma scientists. It is a non‐governmental organisation that has been in official relations with the World Health Organization since 1948. Gharat is the  Vice  President & Chairperson,  Community  Pharmacy Division of  IPA  since 2012.  She is In Charge Principal of HSNCB’s Prin KM Kundnani Pharmacy Polytechnic, Ulhasnagar in Maharashtra. As an academician and community pharmacy leader,  she has worked with students and practising pharmacists which has helped her to understand the ground-level realities of pharmacy education and practice in India. Over the last decade, she has advocated for a larger role for pharmacist in national health programmes, particularly in the National Tuberculosis  Control  Programme. She contributes significantly to IPA’s National Pharmacy Week (NPW) activities and leads IPA’s campaign for consumers, CARUM i.e. Campaign for Awareness on Responsible Use of Medicines. She is a pharma columnist in leading regional newspapers and uses print and electronic media to create awareness about the role of the pharmacist and Responsible use of medicines in the community.  She has received FIP Fellow Award in 2016 and Ishidate Award from Federation of Asian Pharmaceutical Association (FAPA) in 2018 for her contribution to the pharmacy profession. She plans to work along with Member Organisations of FIP to improve the pharmacy practice in  SEA  region to further the  FIP’s mission of advancing pharmacy practice worldwide. 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2020-09-18COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again; Ambernath reports 57 new cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again; Ambernath reports 57 new casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again; Ambernath reports 57 new casesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 18, 2020, 20:37 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: ANIThane: After a couple of weeks with the number of new cases of coronavirus being on the lower side, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur have once again started witnessing a daily high in the infection count. Ulhasnagar reported 71 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,545. Also, with 43 recoveries on Friday, as many as 7,791 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 489 while 265 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 71 new cases, the maximum of 28 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 17 in Ulhasnagar-3, 12 in Ulhasnagar-5, nine in Ulhasnagar-1 and five in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 57 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 5,718. At present, 364 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 213 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 5,141 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 91 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 5,402 with 73 deaths. So far, 4,908 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 421 are currently undergoing treatment. The recovery rate of the township stands at 90.85 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
2020-09-18COVID-19 latest updates: Over 96k new cases in India; Maharashtra cases soar; no new restrictions in Mumbai as - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Over 96k new cases in India; Maharashtra cases soar; no new restrictions in Mumbai as section 144 imposedSep 18, 2020, 22.11PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Over 96k new cases in India; Maharashtra cases soar; no new restrictions in Mumbai as section 144 imposedThe Covid-19 deaths and new cases continue to soar in Maharashtra with fatalities crossing the 31,000 mark. The state recorded 24,619 cases taking the tally to 11.45 lakh. The state recovery rate improved for the third consecutive day - from 70.71 per cent to 70.90 per cent. Mumbai too has seen a spike in cases with nearly 2,400 new patients. India's COVID-19 tally crossed the 52-lakh mark with a spike of 96,424 new cases. There was some confusion after Mumbai police's extension of section 144 led to confusion, but police have clarified that it is a technicality and there are no changes to the Unlock 4 guidelines currently in place in the city.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-18 22:11(IST) Maharashtra Cabinet Minister Hasan Mushrif tests positiveमाझी कोरोना टेस्ट पॉझिटिव्ह आली असून माझ्या संपर्कात आलेल्या व्यक्तींनी स्वतःची तपासणी करून घ्यावी.लवकरच कोरोनावर… https://t.co/E6KE8QcTB2— Hasan Mushrif (@mrhasanmushrif) 16004256140002020-09-18 21:23(IST) COVID-19 September 18 Highlights: Maharashtra crosses 3 lakh active cases; Mumbai's death toll climbs to 8,372Maharashtra reported 21,656 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, and with that, the tally has now climbed to 11,67,496. Also, 405 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 to 31,791. The number of active cases is now pitched at 3,00,887 as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Read more2020-09-18 20:57(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again; Ambernath reports 57 new casesAfter a couple of weeks with the number of new cases of coronavirus being on the lower side, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur have once again started witnessing a daily high in the infection count. Ulhasnagar reported 71 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,545. Read more2020-09-18 20:30(IST) Figures from MaharashtraMaharashtra reported 21,656 new coronavirus cases, 22,078 recoveries and 405 deaths today, taking total cases to 11,67,496 including 8,34,432 recoveries, 31,791 deaths and 3,00,887 active cases: State Health Department2020-09-18 18:59(IST) Mumbai: 38 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases climb to 158 in DharaviDadar reported 38 fresh coronavirus cases on Friday (September 18), while Mahim reported 35 fresh cases in the last 24 hours. On Friday, Dadar had 466 active cases and 2,282 patients have been discharged post recovery. The total case tally stands at 3,164 in the area. Read more2020-09-18 18:25(IST) Karnataka Minister urges doctors to call off strike amid COVID-19 crisisAssuring the government doctors of considering their demand for wage revision, Karnataka Medical Education Minister K. Sudhakar on Friday urged them to call off their strike and report for duty. "Going on strike at a time when the state government and other stakeholders were fighting the pandemic, does not behold the doctors as their absence is affecting healthcare, especially Covid-19 patients," Sudhakar told reporters at an event here. Read more05:42 PM (IST) BMC's nuisance detectors to get 10 per cent of fine as incentiveIn the last few days, BMC and Mumbai Police has been imposing fine on Mumbaikars who were strolling around with no masks. Giving this activity a push, the BMC has looped in nuisance detectors and clean up marshals who will be paid 10 per cent of their collections as incentive. It will also pay ex-army personnel over the next two months to help with mask enforcement. Rs 1.17 lakh as fine was collected on Sept 16 alone, from all 24 administrative wards.2020-09-18 17:11(IST) Figures from Andhra PradeshAndhra Pradesh reports 8,096 new COVID-19 cases, 11,803 recoveries and 67 deaths, taking total cases to 6,09,558 in… https://t.co/Wp1OWoC9ks— ANI (@ANI) 16004287030002020-09-18 16:14(IST) Mumbai: Crowd gathers outside Raj Thackeray's residence flouting social distancing normsEven though the Mumbai Police's prohibitory orders in the view of rising COVID-19 case continue, a large number of people gathered outside Raj Thackeray's residence in Dadar. The people had come to formally join Raj-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS). Read more2020-09-18 15:48(IST) COVID-19: Five posts to kick off the weekendIn case you've lost track of time, today's the eve of a weekend. While most of us would be spending the much-needed weekend indoors, the internet has allowed us to virtually connect and even party online. Social media has now become a haven for memes and all things creative. To make this Friday more into a 'Friyay', we've curated five posts from the internet to bring in the weekend energy. Read more2020-09-18 15:29(IST) Central team rushed to Jammu to help strengthen COVID-19 containment measuresWith Jammu reporting a rise in COVID-19 cases, the health ministry has decided to depute a high-level Central team to the district to assist in strengthening containment, surveillance, testing and efficient clinical management of positive cases.Jammu has so far reported 9,428 infections and has 6,115 active cases of coronavirus infection, the ministry said, adding the total cases one week ago were 6,878.Jammu has been reporting doubling time of 15.4 days, recovery rate of 33.9 per cent and case fatality rate of 1.24 per cent.2020-09-18 15:13(IST) Air India Express operations to Dubai temporarily suspended after passenger detected with COVID-19After a COVID-19 positive passenger was found on a flight, all operations of Air India Express to Dubai Airports was temporarily suspended for a duration of 15 days till October 2.In a notice issued by Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, the operation was suspended after a COVID-19 positive passenger was found onboard a Jaipur-Dubai flight on September 4."All operation of Air India Express to Dubai Airports suspended for 15 days till October 2 after a COVID-19 positive passenger was found onboard a Jaipur-Dubai flight on September 4. It was 2nd such instance," said SA Kankazar, Air Transport and International Affairs Sector, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority.Later in the day, Air India Express responded to its temporary suspension from all operations to Dubai Airports.2020-09-18 15:10(IST) Bacterial outbreak infects thousands in China amid Covid-19Amid the Covid-19 outbreak, now several thousand people in northwest China have tested positive for brucellosis, a bacterial disease, the authorities has confirmed recently.The Brucellosis outbreak was caused by a leak at a bio-pharmaceutical company last year. According to the media reports, the disease, also known as Malta fever or Mediterranean fever, can cause symptoms including headaches, muscle pain, fever and fatigue.While these may subside, some symptoms can become chronic or never go away, like arthritis or swelling in certain organs, as per the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).2020-09-18 14:55(IST) Maharashtra Police force reports 434 new COVID-19 cases, 4 deathsAs many as 434 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths were reported in the Maharashtra Police force in the past 24 hours, police informed.With this, the total number of coronavirus cases in the Police force has reached 20,801, while the death toll stands at 212. So far, 16,706 recovered cases have been reported and there are 3,883 active cases.Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected state in the country with 3,02,135 active COVID-19 cases.2020-09-18 14:32(IST) Parliament passes bill to cut salaries of MPs by 30 per centParliament on Friday passed a bill to reduce for one year the salaries of MPs by 30 per cent "to meet the exigencies arising out of COVID-19 pandemic".Rajya Sabha passed the Salary, Allowances and Pension of Members of Parliament (Amendment) Bill, 2020. It had got the approval of Lok Sabha on Tuesday.The bill was introduced in the upper house by Parliamentary Affairs Pralhad Joshi on Thursday.The upper house also passed the Salaries and Allowances of Ministers (Amendment) Bill, 2020, which proposes to reduce the salaries and allowances of ministers by 30 per cent for a year, to meet the exigencies arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic.2020-09-18 14:19(IST) Covid generational opportunity to reimagine education without barriers: HCThe Delhi High Court on Friday while passing a judgment on a plea filed by an NGO held that the Covid-19 pandemic is "a generational opportunity to re-imagine education by removing connectivity barriers"."This Court is of the view that the present pandemic is both a challenge, as well as a generational opportunity to re-imagine education by removing connectivity barriers and related equity gaps and take a quantum jump by assimilating and incorporating latest technology that helps in providing and delivering quality education," said the high court.The judgment was passed by a Division Bench of the high court presided over by Justices Manmohan and Sanjeev Narula over a petition filed by NGO Justice For All through advocates Khagesh B. Jha and Shikha Sharma Bagga.2020-09-18 14:11(IST) Russia registers 5,905 COVID-19 cases in past 24 hoursRussia has registered 5,905 COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours (5,762 yesterday), which brings the cumulative total to 1,091,186, the country's coronavirus response centre said on Friday."Over the past 24 hours, Russia has confirmed 5,905 COVID-19 cases in 84 regions, of which 1,446 (24.5 per cent) have been detected actively, with people showing no clinical symptoms," the response centre said in a statement, adding that the total tally has reached 1,091,186.2020-09-18 13:47(IST) MSRTC buses start operating with full passenger capacityMaharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) started operating its buses with 100 per cent passenger capacity, instead of earlier 50 per cent, from Friday morning.MSRTC was operating its buses with 50 per cent passengers capacity, allowing only one person per seat, since resuming intra-district services.2020-09-18 13:22(IST) 434 police personnel of Maharashtra Police tested positive for COVID and 4 died in the last 24 hoursThe new cases take the total number of infections in the state force to 20,801 including 3,883 active cases, 16,706 recovered cases and 212 deaths: Maharasthra Police2020-09-18 13:21(IST) Trinamool MP kicks up a row by mocking cow urine in RSThe Trinamool Congress kicked up a row inside the Rajya Sabha on Friday as it mocked cow urine. It found itself in the minority as parties from across the nation vouched for homoeopathy, ayurveda and other alternate sources of medicine.Trinamool lawmaker Shantanu Sen was speaking about the "terrible condition" of homeopathy centres in the upper house. "What can be expected from a government that says that drinking cow urine can cure disease or Covid-19? (IANS)NextRecent Messages ()Please rate before posting your Review1 (Trash)1.5 (Poor)2 (Below average)2.5 (Average)3 (Above average)3.5 (Good)4 (Very good)4.5 (Very good +)5 (Excellent)Characters Remaining: 3000OR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on TwitterSIGN IN WITHRefrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive. 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2020-09-18Cylinder Blast in Mumbai: Explosion Reported at Manish Commercial Centre at Annie Besant Road in Worli - LatestLY
Cylinder Blast in Mumbai: Explosion Reported at Manish Commercial Centre at Annie Besant Road in Worli News Team Latestly| Sep 18, 2020 10:17 AM IST A+ A- Read in हिंदी मराठी Explosion (Image used for representational purpose only) (Photo Credits: PTI) Mumbai, September 18: A cylinder blast was reported in Mumbai on Friday. According to a tweet by ANI, the cylinder exploded at Manish Commercial Centre at Annie Besant Road in Worli. As soon as the incident was reported, a team of fire brigade was pressed into service at the accident spot. No casualties or loss of life have been reported so far. The cause of the cylinder blast is yet to be known. On the arrival of the fire brigade, locals informed that  the blast was caused due to Liquid Nitrogen Cylinder. Last month, one person died and several others were injured in a cylinder blast in Pune. Reports inform that the cylinder exploded in a house in the area. A similar cylinder blast was reported from Ulhasnagar area in Thane district last month. Reports informed that one person died and 11 others were injured in the explosion that took place at a vada pav joint. According to reports, when the snack corner first caught fire, the owner, workers and customers started dousing it. Within minutes, the cooking gas cylinder exploded injuring 12 people. Here's the tweet: Mumbai: A cylinder blast reported at Manish Commercial Centre at Annie Besant Road in Worli. A team of fire brigade moved to the spot. More details awaited. — ANI (@ANI) September 18, 2020 Fire incidences have been reported from across the city. In February this year nine people, including a minor boy, sustained burn injuries in a fire which broke out after a cooking gas cylinder exploded at a 'chawl' in suburban Kandivali. (The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Sep 18, 2020 10:07 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com). Comments
2020-09-17COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a huge jump in daily count; Ambernath, Badlapur follow - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a huge jump in daily count; Ambernath, Badlapur followYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a huge jump in daily count; Ambernath, Badlapur followWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 17, 2020, 20:50 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Kaushik JN/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 66 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 8,474. Also, 59 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,748. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 262 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 464 are currently being treated. Out of the 66 cases, the maximum of 24 persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-5, followed by 23 in Ulhasnagar-4, 10 in Ulhasnagar-3, five in Ulhasnagar-2 and four in Ulhasnagar-1. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 53 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 5,661. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 212 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 5,102 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 347. Meanwhile, 58 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 5,311, along with 73 fatalities. As many as 4,858 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 380. Most of the cases came up in Sarvoday Nagar, Katrap and Mohan Palm, while the remaining were from Belauli, Jadhav Colony, Manjarli, Shirgaon, Rameshwadi, Datta Nagari, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Ganesh Chowk, Gandhi Chowk, Gaondevi, Sanewadi and Barrage Road. 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 Watch PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE on MUBI. Get 30 days FreeMUBIDesigned to keep you going.Dell IndiaLexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.Pre-launching 2 & 3 BHK apartments. Just 5% booking amount.Brigade El DoradoPRIDE ENCHANTA OC Received on Mysore Rd, B'Lore @₹85Lakh*Pride GroupHigh-Rise Luxury Homes Across 2.59Acres with 80% Open SpaceSumadhura Nandanam Buy your office purchases in bulk & save huge!Amazon Business₹6,000 cashback on HDFC Bank cards and Easy EMI*MacBook AirEMI Holiday at Rohan Upavan™, off Hennur RoadRohan BuildersBuy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo TyresGalaxy Note10 Lite. Best price ever- ₹32999SamsungBringing Mindseed Preschool to your home | Book a free trialMindseed Preschool
2020-09-17Covid-19 latest updates: Nearly 98K new patients in India; Maharashtra Covid cases cross 11 lakh - Mumbai Mirror
Covid-19 latest updates: Nearly 98K new patients in India; Maharashtra Covid cases cross 11 lakhSep 17, 2020, 22.04PMCovid-19 latest updates: Nearly 98K new patients in India; Maharashtra Covid cases cross 11 lakhMaharashtra on Wednesday saw a fresh spurt in new Covid cases, pushing up the number of those infected above 11 lakh. The state recorded 23,365 cases and the state's total zoomed to 11.21 lakh cases now. Adding a staggering 474 more fatalities, the state's death toll increased to 30,883.The recovery rate improved for the second consecutive day - from 70.62 per cent to 70.71 per cent - while the current mortality (death) rate stood at 2.75 per cent. Of the 474 deaths, there were 50 reported from Mumbai, 48 in Pune, 39 in Nagpur. Mumbai also saw a spike of over 2,300 new cases. India's COVID-19 tally has crossed the 50-lakh mark as the country continues to report cases over 90,000. On Wednesday, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari too tested positive for the virus.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-17 22:04(IST) Covid-19: 103-year-old freedom fighter recoversA 103-year-old freedom fighter in Hyderabad defeated coronavirus and got discharged from the hospital in a healthy condition. Paruchuri Ramaswamy underwent treatment at the state-run Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS). Read more2020-09-17 21:43(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a huge jump in daily count; Ambernath, Badlapur followUlhasnagar reported as many as 66 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 8,474. Also, 59 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,748. Read more2020-09-17 20:45(IST) Figures from KarnatakaKarnataka reported 9,366 new COVID-19 cases, 7,268 discharges and 93 deaths today, taking total number of cases to… https://t.co/kC4QagwN7m— ANI (@ANI) 16003533620002020-09-17 20:15(IST) Section 144 in Mumbai? Nothing changes, Mumbaikars; Don't panicIf you also have received the same WhatsApp forward that says that Section 144 will be imposed in Mumbai from midnight, do not panic. This is a mere technicality and it does not mean that there will be any change to Unlock 4 guidelines in Mumbai. As panic spread, the Mumbai police has clarified, "Order issued u/sec 144 CrPC is a mere extension of our previous order (issued on August 31) and no new/fresh restrictions have been imposed by Mumbai Police." Read more2020-09-17 19:12(IST) Mumbai: Dadar sees a surge in new COVID-19 casesWith a massive increase of coronavirus cases on a daily basis, Dadar registered 46 new COVID-19 cases today. With this, the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in the area has reached 3,126. Active cases now stand at 464, while 2560 people have been cured and discharged so far. Read more2020-09-17 18:25(IST) Mumbai University Final Year Exams 2020: Certificates of students will not mention COVID-19The degree certificates of final year university students will not mention COVID-19. The certificates issued to final year students will continue to remain the same as it has been for over the years without any mention of COVID-19 tag on certificates, higher and technical education minister Uday Samant said on Thursday. Read more2020-09-17 17:26(IST) India records more than 82,000 COVID-19 recoveries for two days in a rowIndia has recorded more than 82,000 recoveries from COVID-19 infection for two days in a row, the data shared by Union Health Ministry on Wednesday revealed. The government further stated that a total of 82,961 active cases were found free of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours and added that the number of people who have recuperated from the infection crossed 40 lakh today (September 17), the government said. Read more2020-09-17 15:56(IST) COVID-19: Five posts to make your dayIf there's one thing we did not see coming in 2020, it would be adapting to the new normal. But the internet has made it much easier for people to remain connected during a global crisis. As conversations take a virtual turn, many have taken this as an opportunity to get creative or share a couple of laughs on social media. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more2020-09-17 15:18(IST) As BJP plans multiple events to celebrate PM Modi's 70th birthday, Congress leaders tweet with #NationalUnemploymentDayPrime Minister Narendra Modi turned 70 on Thursday. He is being wished by oliticians from across parties. BJP has also planned a variety of events to celebrate his birthday., However, many Twitter users are marking the day as National Unemployment Day. Congress leaders have been putting up videos and posts with #NationalUnemploymentDay. READ MORE2020-09-17 14:49(IST) 100-year-old woman beats COVID-19 in Assam100-year-old Mai Handique's has won the COVID-19 battle. According to a report, Handique, Assam's oldest COVID-19 patient, was discharged from the Mahendra Mohan Chowdhury Hospital (MMCH) in Guwahati on Wednesday.2020-09-17 14:48(IST) Recoveries exceed active cases of COVID-19 by over 30 lakh, active cases comprise 19.73 pc of total caseloadIndia's COVID-19 recoveries have crossed 40 lakh and exceed the active cases of infection by 30,15,103, taking the recovery rate to 78.64 per cent, the Union Health Ministry said on Thursday.The total number of active cases in the country has crossed 10 lakh as on date. There are 10,09,976  active cases of COVID-19 in the country which comprise 19.73 per cent of the total caseload, the data updated at 8 am showed.2020-09-17 14:10(IST) Hopeful COVID-19 vaccine will be available in India next year: Harsh VardhanUnion Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday said that he is hopeful that by the early next year, the vaccine will be available in India and added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has handled Covid-19 "meticulously."2020-09-17 13:27(IST) 814 new COVID cases, 7 deaths in RajasthanSeven more people died from the novel coronavirus in Rajasthan, taking the toll to 1,286 on Thursday, while the number of infections rose to 1.08 lakh with 814 new cases, the Heath Department said.There are 17,838 active cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and 87,849 people have recovered, according to a health bulletin.2020-09-17 12:25(IST) Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on rise in active cases in the UTWe have increased COVID19 testing four times due to which numbers are likely to rise in Delhi, for 10-15 days. This will help in isolating the positive cases and have a positive impact on national capital.2020-09-17 12:24(IST) Harsh Vardhan on COVID-19India is making efforts just like other countries. Under PM's guidance, an expert group is looking at it & we have advanced planning in place.2020-09-17 12:21(IST) BJP, AAP clash over issue of COVID-19 management during RS debateThe Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP clashed over the issue of COVID-19 management in Rajya Sabha on Thursday, with the AAP terming as "foolish" the prime minister's call to clap and beat utensils in honour of coronavirus warriors.BJP's Sudhanshu Trivedi hit back, saying the PM's move was symbolic and sought to unite the country socially just like Mahatma Gandhi chose the symbol of 'charkha' for national cohesion during the freedom struggle.2020-09-17 11:56(IST) Telangana reports 2,159 fresh COVID-19 cases; death toll breaches 1,000-markTelangana reported 2,159 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 1,65,003 while nine more deaths pushed the toll to 1,005, the state government said.Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) accounted for the most number of cases with 318, followed by Rangareddy (176) and Nalgonda (141) districts, a government bulletin said on Thursday, providing data as of 8 pm on September 16.2020-09-17 11:27(IST) Telangana reports 2,159 fresh COVID-19 cases; death toll breaches 1,000-markTelangana reported 2,159 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 1,65,003 while nine more deaths pushed the toll to 1,005, the state government said.Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) accounted for the most number of cases with 318, followed by Rangareddy (176) and Nalgonda (141) districts, a government bulletin said on Thursday, providing data as of 8 pm on September 16.2020-09-17 11:26(IST) Rahul Gandhi slams Centre over 'unemployment among youth'Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked the Central government over the issue of unemployment claiming that "massive unemployment has forced the youth to call today National Unemployment Day.""Massive unemployment has forced the youth to call today National Unemployment Day. Employment is dignity. For how long will the government deny it?" the Congress leader questioned."How long will the government back down from giving this honour?" he asked.2020-09-17 11:25(IST) 100-year-old woman recovers from COVID100 years old ... Recovered from covid ... Was in hospital for 10 days in #Nasik #Motivation #Covid_19 https://t.co/nyjDkn23Bn— Dr.Jitendra Awhad (@Awhadspeaks) 1600263162000NextRecent Messages ()Please rate before posting your Review1 (Trash)1.5 (Poor)2 (Below average)2.5 (Average)3 (Above average)3.5 (Good)4 (Very good)4.5 (Very good +)5 (Excellent)Characters Remaining: 3000OR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on TwitterSIGN IN WITHRefrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive. 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2020-09-16COVID-19 latest updates: India's tally crosses 50-lakh mark, death toll over 30,000 in Maharashtra - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: India's tally crosses 50-lakh mark, death toll over 30,000 in MaharashtraSep 16, 2020, 22.42PMCOVID-19 latest updates: India's tally crosses 50-lakh mark, death toll over 30,000 in MaharashtraIndia COVID-19 tally on Wednesday crossed 50-lakh mark with a spike of 90,123 new cases and 1,290 deaths in last 24 hours. Over 10 lakh active patients are taking treatment in the country. The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has directed five states - Delhi, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu - where the positivity rate is higher than the national average, to ramp up testing. Maharashtra reported 20,482 more COVID-19 cases, taking the total number of cases close to 11 lakhs including 2.91 lakh active cases. The death toll due to the novel coronavirus in the state reached 30,409 after 515 deaths. In Mumbai, as many as 1,585 more cases and 49 deaths were reported, taking the tally to 1.73 lakh. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has launched 'My Family My Responsibility' campaign for spreading awareness about coronavirus.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-16 22:42(IST) Union Minister Nitin Gadkari tests positive for COVID-19Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday said that he has tested positive for COVID-19, following which he has isolated himself."Yesterday, I was feeling weak and consulted my Doctor. During the course of my check up, I have been tested COVID 19 positive. I am at present doing well with the blessings and good wishes of all. I have isolated myself," Gadkari said in a tweet. Read more2020-09-16 22:05(IST) Nitin Gadkari tests positiveYesterday, I was feeling weak and consulted my Doctor. During the course of my check up, I have been tested COVID 1… https://t.co/FPcIW9hhHw— Nitin Gadkari (@nitin_gadkari) 16002721370002020-09-16 21:48(IST) COVID-19 September 16 Highlights: Maharashtra reports 23,365 new cases; 1.35 lakh patients recover in MumbaiMaharashtra reported 23,365 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, and with that, the tally has now climbed to 11,21,221. Also, 474 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 to 30,883. The number of active cases is now pitched at 2,97,125 as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Read more2020-09-16 20:38(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a spike in daily cases; Ambernath crosses 5000 recoveriesUlhasnagar on Wednesday saw a jump in the daily count and reported 57 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 8,408. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 460. With 43 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 7,689. Read more2020-09-16 20:12(IST) Maharashtra reports 23,365 new COVID-19 cases23,365 new COVID-19 cases and 474 deaths reported in Maharashtra today; 17,559 patients discharged. Total cases in the state rise to 11,21,221 including 30,883 deaths and 7,92,832 patients discharged. Active cases at 2,97,125: Public Health Department, Maharashtra2020-09-16 19:20(IST) Figures from DelhiThe total number of #COVID19 cases in Delhi rises to 2,30,269 with 4,473 new positive cases and 33 deaths reported… https://t.co/J6nIjNp1Py— ANI (@ANI) 16002622950002020-09-16 18:27(IST) Mumbai: Mahim witnesses surge in Covid-19 cases; active cases climb to 143 in DharaviWith a massive increase of coronavirus cases on a daily basis, Mahim recorded 46 more COVID-19 positive cases today, bringing the total number of positive cases in the area to 2828. Active cases in the area have increased to 516. On a positive note, 2215 people have been discharged post recovery. Dharavi registered 15 more cases today, taking the cumulative count to 2960. Read more2020-09-16 18:13(IST) Back at workकोरोनावर मात करून लोकसेवेच्या कार्यात पुन्हा रुजू ... https://t.co/5JWp9WF6Ko https://t.co/MM7OolbGJC— Nana Patole (@NANA_PATOLE) 16002564710002020-09-16 17:58(IST) 247 new COVID-19 cases reported in Maharashtra PoliceA total of 247 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths were reported in Maharashtra Police in the last 24 hours. The total count of cases in the police force has gone up to 20,003. It includes 3,728 active cases, 16,071 recovered cases and 204 deaths.2020-09-16 17:25(IST) COVID-19: Five heartwarming posts to get you through the weekSocial media has allowed individuals to remain connected or even share a couple of laughs. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to get you through the week. Read more2020-09-16 16:44(IST) Tamil Nadu: Unable to cope with online classes, student dies by suicideA class 10 student died by suicide in Sivaganga district of Tamil Nadu on Monday late night as she allegedly found it difficult to follow the online classes. The 16-year-old victim was the daughter of an autorickshaw driver Sathyamurthy of a village near Thirupuvanam. Read more2020-09-16 16:05(IST) Russia to supply 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to India's Dr. Reddy's LaboratoriesThe Russian Direct Investment Fund on Wednesday confirmed reaching an agreement to supply 100 million doses of Russian COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V to India's Dr. Reddy's Laboratories. "The RDIF, Russia's sovereign wealth fund, and Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. (Dr. Reddy's), a global pharmaceutical company headquartered out of India, have agreed to cooperate on clinical trials and distribution of Sputnik V vaccine in India. Read more2020-09-16 15:16(IST) Adesh Gupta tests positiveDelhi BJP Chief Adesh Gupta tests positive for #COVID19 (file pic) https://t.co/CvnvMJAGtK— ANI (@ANI) 16002492410002020-09-16 14:39(IST) Compensation sought for families of migrants killed during coronavirus lockdownCongress member Anand Sharma on Wednesday sought compensation for families of migrant workers who died while walking thousands of kilometers to their native places after the lockdown was imposed in the country to check the spread of COVID-19.While initiating a discussion on the coronavirus pandemic in Rajya Sabha, Sharma also asked the government to take steps to strengthen the public healthcare system in the country.2020-09-16 14:35(IST) Delhi High Court dismisses a plea to allow to take Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 from their homes instead of exams centres due to the COVID-19 pandemic; says possibility of manipulation can't be ruled out candidates be2020-09-16 13:48(IST) Odisha reports highest spike of 4,270 Covid-19 casesOdisha has reported the highest single-day spike of 4,270 fresh Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, taking the state's total tally to 1,62,920, informed the health department on Wednesday.The number of active cases in the state mounted to 36,473 while 1,25,748 patients have been recovered so far.2020-09-16 13:47(IST) Chinese Covid vax could be ready by Nov: Top scientistThe general population in China may start getting access to locally manufactured Covid-19 vaccines from November or December, according to a top scientist from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).During a programme telecast by state broadcaster CCTV this week, Wu Guizhen, the CDC's chief biosafety expert said that preparations are underway for some vaccines to go into mass production. (IANS)2020-09-16 13:09(IST) Gujarat: Construction workers to get concessional bus passesWorkers will have to pay only 20 per cent for availing bus passes; Gujarat govt to bear the remaining 80 per cent cost READ MORE2020-09-16 12:50(IST) Now BMC to seal entire building if 10 or more COVID-19 cases are foundThe decision was taken in a review meeting held by BMC chief Iqbal Chahal and a revised protocol was issued. READ MORE2020-09-16 12:42(IST) Gujarat BJP chief CR Paatil discharged from hospital after recovering from COVID-19, to remain in isolation for a weekState BJP president CR Paatil, who was undergoing treatment for COVID-19 at a hospital in Gandhinagar, has been discharged and will remain in isolation for a week at his residence in Surat. The report of his latest test came out negative on Tuesday. 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2020-09-16COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a spike in daily cases; Ambernath crosses 5000 recoveries - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a spike in daily cases; Ambernath crosses 5000 recoveriesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar sees a spike in daily cases; Ambernath crosses 5000 recoveriesWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 16, 2020, 20:32 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Sanjay Hadkar/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar on Wednesday saw a jump in the daily count and reported 57 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 8,408. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 460. With 43 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 7,689. Also, with three new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 259. Out of the new cases today, 27 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, while 12 cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3. Nine people contracted the virus Ulhasnagar-5, seven in Ulhasnagar-1 and three persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-2. Meanwhile, Ambernath saw a dip with 22 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the total count to 5,608 and the death toll to 210. With a recovery rate of 89.94 per cent, as many as 5,044 patients have recovered from the virus and 354 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, 86 persons tested positive on Wednesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 5,253 along with 73 deaths. So far, 4,784 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 396. Gopal Nagar, Katrap and Shirgaon reported most of the fresh cases. The remaining were from Belauli, Shree Krishna Estate, Valivali, Shree Complex, Manjarli, Thanekar Hillcrest, Ambedkar Chowk, Yadav Nagar, Ambika Nagar, Aptewadi, Barrage Road, Navipada, Ganesh Nagar, Swapna Nagar, Dargah Mohalla, Sanewadi, Sarvoday Nagar and Snehaprasad Society. 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 Experience Volvo at HomeThe Volvo XC90OnePlus 8 5G with GSTAmazon Business2 & 3 BHK From ₹68 L with 40+ Amenities at Kanakapura RoadBrigade GroupHigh-Rise Luxury Homes Across 2.59Acres with 80% Open SpaceSumadhura NandanamSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionSave upto 50% on Industrial Supplies. Limited time deal!AMAZON Lexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.Wherever you’re in Blore there is a DSMAX home within 10 KMSDS Max PropertiesEMI Holiday at Rohan Upavan - 1/2/3 BHK from 35 L*Rohan BuildersLooking for a luxurious yet affordable home in Whitefield?Prestige GroupDubai emerging as a tech hotspot in the worldDTCMGalaxy Note20 Ultra 5G: Change the way you work and play.Samsung
2020-09-15COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath, Badlapur report around 80 cases; Ulhasnagar death toll climbs to 255 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath, Badlapur report around 80 cases; Ulhasnagar death toll climbs to 255You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath, Badlapur report around 80 cases; Ulhasnagar death toll climbs to 255Written bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 15, 2020, 20:22 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar on Tuesday reported 30 new cases of coronavirus, with which, the area's tally climbed to 8,350. The number of active cases in the region is pitched at 449. With 38 patients being fully cured and discharged in the past 24 hours, the number of recoveries has mounted to 7,646. Also, with three new fatalities, the death toll has gone up to 255. Out of the new cases today, 10 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-1, while nine cases came up in Ulhasnagar-3. Five people each contracted the virus Ulhasnagar-2 and Ulhasnagar-4 and one person tested positive in Ulhasnagar-5. While the situation seems to be in control in Ulhasnagar, the same cannot be said for Ambernath and Badlapur. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Dharavi sees a drop in new COVID-19 casesCOVID-19 positive cases in Dharavi have come down today after a drastic jump on September 11. On Tuesday, Dharavi reported seven new COVID-19 cases. With this, the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Asia's largest slum has reached 2,945. Ambernath saw 60 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, taking the total count to 5,586 and the death toll to 209. With a recovery rate of 89.02 per cent, as many as 4,973 patients have recovered from the virus and 404 are still undergoing treatment at various hospitals in and around the town. In Badlapur, the test reports of 81 persons came out to be positive on Tuesday. The total number of COVID-19 patients that the township has seen till date is 5,167 along with 73 deaths. So far, 4,718 patients have fully recovered from the infection, and with that, the number of active cases stands at 376. Nand Society, Ayodhya Nagari and Shree Krishna Heights reported most of the fresh cases. The remaining were from Belauli, Govind Dham, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Valivali, Kathodwadi, Hendrepada, Jadhav Colony, Swapna Nagari, Green Lawns, Panvelkar Royal, Mohan Valley, Shirgaon, Ambedkar Chowk, Ganesh Nagar, Manjarli, Katrap, MIDC Road, Marathon NX, Mohan Palms and Panvelkar Nagari. What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL25 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 25 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. The lock down measures have largely eased nationwide, with stores, restaurants and cafes open again, though under certain restrictions to avoid people crowding together. Photo: Getty ImagesZero contact ordering at restaurants in DelhiContactless ordering will be the new normal. Some restaurants are ready with zero contact ordering, where customers can use their smartphones to scan the menu, use QR codes to order and pay as well - all the ensure that there is minimum interaction with anyone outside of the diners they have come to the restaurant with. Photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay/ BCCLTenny Sandren in ItalyTennys Sandgren of the United States wears a face mask as he waits for the coins toss ahead of his qualifying round match against Joao Sousa of Portugal during day one of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia at Foro Italico on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Photo: Getty ImagesRestaurants open in ChileA waiter, equipped with a protective face mask, face shield and disposable gloves serves guests at the re-opening of a restaurant in Santiago, Chile, on September 2, 2020. The Chilean Ministry of Health has authorized the reopening of restaurants with outdoor dining options and the reopening of other non-essential businesses in some areas of the Chilean capital. AP Photo 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 Lexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.Mercedes-Benz C-Class @ an attractive EMI of INR 39,999/-*Sundaram MotorsEasy Down Payment Scheme on 2 & 3 BHK Off KR Puram by AssetzAssetz Sun & SanctumReady to Move 2 & 3 Bed Homes From ₹68 L at Kanakapura RoadBrigade GroupGet customized tech & Enjoy exclusive deals on Dell Laptops.Dell IndiaCash @ your Door Step. 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2020-09-14Maharashtra govt announces step to ease oxygen supply availability to treat COVID patients - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra govt announces step to ease oxygen supply availability to treat COVID patients Last Updated: 14th September, 2020 21:50 IST Maharashtra Govt Announces Step To Ease Oxygen Supply Availability To Treat COVID Patients The Maharashtra government declared that the vehicles carrying oxygen for medical purposes shall be treated on par with an ambulance carrying only oxygen. Written By Akhil Oka On Monday, the Maharashtra government declared that the vehicles carrying oxygen for medical purposes shall be treated on par with an ambulance carrying only oxygen. Such vehicles will be treated as vehicles on emergency and disaster management duties for a period of one year. This development comes amid reports of oxygen shortage in some regions of the state grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Uddhav Thackeray-led government, this measure would help ease the oxygen supply availability in hospitals for the timely treatment of COVID-19 patients. This is one of the numerous steps taken to prevent the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. Currently, there are 10,60,308 confirmed novel coronavirus cases in India out of which 7,40,061 patients have recovered and 29,531 fatalities have been reported. Read: Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India Records 92,071 Fresh Cases; 17 Lok Sabha MPs Test Positive Maharashtra Govt has ordered that vehicles permitted for carrying Oxygen for medical purposes shall be treated on par with the ambulance for carrying only oxygen, for 1 year & thereby, treating such vehicles as the vehicle on emergency and disaster management duties. pic.twitter.com/AF1KU5iT7V — ANI (@ANI) September 14, 2020 Read: AYUSH Practices Inducted Into Management Protocol For COVID-19 Recovered Patients Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally on the rise On Sunday, September 13, Maharashtra recorded 22,543 new novel coronavirus cases. At present, there are 2,90,344 active cases in the state. 11,549 COVID-19 patients were discharged in the day. 416 deaths - 73 from Nagpur, 57 from Pune, 41 from Mumbai, 25 from Sangli, 19 from Satara, 18 from Kolhapur, 15 each from Solapur and Nashik, 13 each from Jalgaon and Bhandara, 12 each from Thane and Ahmednagar, 11 from Amravati, 9 from Chandrapur, 8 from Osmanabad, 7 from Navi Mumbai, 6 each from Vasai-Virar, Raigad and Akola, 5 each from Buldhana and Beed, 4 each from Kalyan-Dombivali, Aurangabad, Latur, Nanded and Washim, three each from Jalna, Hingoli, Mira Bhayandar and Palghar, two each from Ulhasnagar, Dhule and Pimpri Chinchwad and one each from Wardha and Nandurbar were reported on September 13.   So far, 52,53,676 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 16,83,770 persons are under home quarantine, 37,294 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 20.18%, 69.8%, and 2.79% respectively.  Read: COVID-19: Dining In Restaurants May Increase Risk Of Virus Spread, Says Study First Published: 14th September, 2020 21:50 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 1 day ago Maharashtra: COVID-19 cases rise by over 20,000 for 6th straight day, recovery rate dips 8 hours ago NHRC registers case over Republic's Anuj & crew being illegally jailed by Maharashtra cops 22 hours ago Madhya Pradesh reports 2,281 new coronavirus cases, 34 deaths 7 hours ago Maharashtra: Biker killed in collision with drunk man's car 1 day ago CM Uddhav claims 'plot to defame Maharashtra; My silence isn't weakness'; won't elaborate 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 Disha Salian death case: Nitesh Rane dares Rohan Rai, says 'will go to CBI, if he doesn't' Meenakshi Lekhi, Jamyang Tsering Namgyal test COVID-19 positive Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India records 92,071 fresh cases; 17 Lok Sabha MPs test positive PM Modi congratulates RS Dy Chairman Harivansh Singh; calls him 'oustanding umpire' FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-09-14Covid-19: Maharashtra testing 5 high-risk and 10 low-risk contacts per patient - Times of India
Covid-19: Maharashtra testing 5 high-risk and 10 low-risk contacts per patientTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in MumbaiUddhav ThackerayCoronavirus in MaharashtraEknath KhadseCovid-19: Maharashtra testing 5 high-risk and 10 low-risk contacts per patientSumitra Debroy | TNN | Updated: Sep 14, 2020, 09:02 ISTPicture used for representational purpose onlyMUMBAI: The state has traced an average 15 contacts for every positive patient, including five high-risk and nearly 10 low-risk contacts, an analysis by the public health department has revealed. Contact tracing (CT) is a crucial tool which, combined with testing and early treatment, is considered the key to contain the rapid transmission of the virus and reduce critical cases. The analysis shows the CT average in 24 of the 35 districts is lower than that of the state. Palghar district has the highest contact tracing average at 27, while tribal-populated Nandurbar has the lowest at 3. Ten districts, including Nagpur, Parbhani, Osmanabad, Nagpur, Sindhudurg, Bhandara, Kolhapur and Nandurbar, feature at the bottom half, having traced less than 10 contacts per case. Within districts, corporations have better tracing ratio than the nearby peri-urban and rural areas. Dhule and Akola rural areas, for instance, have a ratio of four and five, one-fourth of the ratio seen in their corporation areas. Mumbai has done reasonably well compared to many other districts, tracking an average of nine high-risk and nearly 16 low risk contacts for every positive case. In Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), the CT average ranged between 10 and 31. Among corporations, Panvel is on top of the chart having traced an average of 35 contacts per patient. Intriguingly, Ulhasnagar, which holds the second position among corporations in tracing an average of 32 contacts, however seems to have found way more low-risk contacts (30) compared to high-risk (2). While there is no benchmark about the ideal ratio, experts are unanimous the state average of 15 is low. Recently, CM Uddhav Thackeray had said at a review meeting that the state’s contact tracing ratio must be above 30. Epidemiologist Giridhar Babu told TOI that contact tracing can make a crucial difference in the dynamics of an outbreak when deployed early. “However, in cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru or Delhi, where there is likely local transmission, the priority should be to find cases and treat them and then employ resources to trace contacts,” he said. Dr Avinash Supe, former KEM dean, however, said rapid contact tracing and testing is important for early detection as that can reduce mortality. Dr Archana Patil from the Directorate of Health Services said the state was using the Arogya Setu app combined with physical history of patients to reach contacts. In Kolhapur, that has the second lowest CT ratio (4), officials said for every positive case, at least 3-4 family members are testing positive. “Our ratio is actually 11 and the lower numbers are because of delay in updating on the portal,” said Dr Yogesh Sale, district health officer. 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2020-09-14COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports double the cases of Ulhasnagar, Ambernath - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports double the cases of Ulhasnagar, AmbernathYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur reports double the cases of Ulhasnagar, AmbernathWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 14, 2020, 20:41 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 40 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,320. Also, with 42 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 7,608 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 460 while 252 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 40 new cases, 15 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by 12 in Ulhasnagar-4, eight in Ulhasnagar-5 and five in Ulhasnagar-1. No new cases came up in Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: With recent surge in infections, active cases climb to 156 in DharaviOn Monday, 156 active cases were reported in the slum-clusters of Dharavi. There have been another 23 cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, according to information shared by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Dharavi's COVID-19 cumulative count is now 2,938 and there have been 2,512 recoveries so far. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 41 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 5,526. At present, 363 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 206 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 4,957 have recovered. Meanwhile, with numbers going up once again in Badlapur, 80 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 5,086 with 73 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Shirgaon, Katrap, Valivali, Mohan Greenwoods and Yogvaibhav Society. The remaining were from Barrage Road, Hendrepada, Rameshwari, Crystal Heights, Gaondevi, DP Road, Belauli, Kharvai, Boradpada, Ganesh Chowk, Gawliwada, Mohananand Nagar, Shivaji Chowk, Mohan Tulsi Vihar and Yadav Nagar. So far, 4,673 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 340 are currently undergoing treatment. What new normal looks like116Masks, face shields, screensCoronavirus is still very much here. But cities and nations have started 'unlocking' or trying to resume and reopen places and activities that were severely hit by the Covid19 pandemic. On September 14, school children in Italy, Portugal and some schools in Zimbabwe went back to school for the first time since March 2020. In some other countries like Germany, Vietnam, Serbia, schools re-opened earlier, but teachers and administrations are keeping a close watch. Eating out also now looks very different. PPE kits are a new normal for getting a haircut. In metros, every other seat is crossed out and weddings are going virtual. In this photo feature, we give us a glimpse of how the world has found its own ways to define the 'new normal' as nations try to recover from the body blow countries got as coronavirus hit people and the economy. Photo by Chethan Shivakumar/ BCCL17 MPs test positive for coronavirusAt least 17 MPs have tested positive in mandatory tests conducted before the start of the 18-day Parliament session. The photo, taken in the Lok Sabha shows what new normal looks like in Parliament. MPs are wearing masks, face shields and there is a screen separating seating in the House. Photo: ANISocial distancing in Kolkata MetroEvery other seat has to be left vacant in the metro and has been marked with a cross. This picture was taken inside the Kolkata metro. Photo by Kaushik Roy/ BCCLNew way to say 'I Do'Wedding guest Christian Wilmot livestreams as Gary Cheng and Sakiko Honda say their vows. They got married on July 4 at Marylebone Old Town Hall in London, England. Wedding venues were shut for months before that in the United Kingdom. Photo: Getty ImagesLondon WeddingSo what if all their friends couldn't join in. They live streamed the wedding so that their friends could still catch them exchanging vows and virtually join in the celebrations. Among the many changes to our 'new normal', weddings too have gone virtual. Initially, wedding venues were shut in the UK for three months. Photo: Getty ImagesSchools reopen in ZimbabweA student has her temperature checked at the entrance of a private school in Harare, on Monday, September 14, 2020. Zimbabwean schools have reopened for examination classes after nearly six months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP PhotoItaly: Schools reopen after 6 monthsPrimary school 'Acquedotti' reopened Monday, with four of its classes moved to a parish to increase spaces and guarantee social distancing between pupils. This is the first major step in Italy to normalise after schools shut in March as the coronavirus literally brought the country into a shutdown. For 6 months, schools were shut as Italy's healthcare system grappled with the deadly virus. In this photo, a teacher welcomes pupils at the San Policarpo parish as Italian schools reopened, in Rome on September 14, 2020. AP Photo/Alessandra TarantinoSocial distancing in Serbian SchoolSchool children practice in PE class on the first day of the new school year on September 1, 2020 in Jagnjilo, Serbia. Serbia went into a lockdown in March and eased restrictions in May amid public discontent over confinement and despite warnings from doctors it was too early. Photo: Getty ImagesCan you guess what this is?Don't let the shades of grey colour your imagination. These are socially distanced lines of customers who are waiting in the queue to get into an Ikea store in Warrington in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2020. The store opening saw large queues of people and traffic on adjacent roads as it reopened after the pandemic lockdown. The furniture and housewares chain reopened its stores across England and Northern Ireland subject to several restrictions, keeping its restaurants closed and asking customers to shop alone. Photo: Getty ImagesVietnam allows domestic tourists to travelVietnamese tourists pose for photographs on a boat touring Ha Long Bay, after the Vietnamese government eased the lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on May 31, 2020 in Ha Long, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. Though some restrictions remain in place, Vietnam has lifted the ban on domestic travel, certain entertainment facilities and non-essential businesses to revive its economy. Photo: Getty ImagesBengaluru Temple gets readyThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLTemples start preparations for new normalThe Social Distancing boxes, sanitising and spraying of disinfectants on idols of deities were in full swing on September 12 at Kailasa Vykunta Mahakshetra temple in Rajajinagar hoping relaxation will be announced by State Government to open the temples for devotees. Photo by Anantha Subramanyam K/ MMCLBerlin Open Air TheatreVisitors watch a movie in a sold out open air cinema on June 05, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As part of the easing measures concerts, cinema and other open air events are allowed from June 2 in the German capital, with a maximum of 200 people. 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2020-09-13COVID-19 LIVE Updates: India reports over 94,000 new cases; Maharashtra launches 'My family, my responsibility - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 LIVE Updates: India reports over 94,000 new cases; Maharashtra launches 'My family, my responsibility' initiativeSep 13, 2020, 22.19PMCOVID-19 LIVE Updates: India reports over 94,000 new cases; Maharashtra launches 'My family, my responsibility' initiativeMumbai on Saturday reported 1,297 fresh cases of coronavirus, and with that, the total number of positive cases surged to 72,287. Also, 44 persons succumbed to the virus in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll of the country's financial capital to 4,177.On the other hand, in Maharashtra, 22,084 new patients tested positive on Saturday, taking the total caseload to 10,37,765. With 391 new deaths, the total number of fatalities in the state went up to 29,115, with a fatality rate of 2.81 per cent.Meanwhile, hospitals across satellite cities continued to face an acute shortage of oxygen cylinders on Saturday, with many refusing to admit critical patients while a few have started shifting patients to hospitals in Mumbai. A number of them have not only exhausted their backup supplies but are also being forced to marginally reduce the flow of oxygen to patients to optimise use.India's COVID-19 tally sprinted past 47 lakh on Sunday with 94,372 new infections being reported in a day. The total coronavirus cases mounted to 47,54,356, while the death toll climbed to 78,586 with 1,114 people succumbing to the infection in a span of 24 hours.However, according to the Health Ministry, 37,02,595 recovered in a day taking the national recovery rate to 77.88 per cent on Sunday.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-13 22:19(IST) Figures from RajasthanRajasthan reports 1703 new COVID-19 cases, 15 deaths, 1616 recoveries and 1668 discharges today. Total cases in the state rise to 1,02,408, including 1236 deaths, 84,518 recoveries and 83,084 discharges: State Health Department2020-09-13 21:38(IST) Marble industry suffers lossesAgra: Marble industry suffers losses due to #COVID19 "From start of lockdown all business is virtually stopped. Ou… https://t.co/t7A6q1Kk1K— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) 16000094210002020-09-13 20:47(IST) Figures from MaharashtraMaharashtra reports 22,543 new #COVID19 cases, 11,549 discharges and 416 deaths today. The total number of cases in… https://t.co/CZq1ORcM7s— ANI (@ANI) 16000061790002020-09-13 20:20(IST) Mumbai reports 2,085 new cases2,085 new #COVID19 cases & 41 deaths reported in Mumbai today. The total number of positive cases increases to 1,69… https://t.co/EAMY4SMQRZ— ANI (@ANI) 16000081700002020-09-13 20:11(IST) Mahim reports 59 fresh cases, Dharavi hosts 140 active casesFresh COVID-19 cases in Dharavi reached double digits on Sunday. The slum cluster, which was a former virus hotspot, reported 14 new cases today. With this, the area's total tally now stands at 2,915. While the number of active cases stand at 140, the number of discharges currently stand at 2,505. Read more2020-09-13 18:44(IST) Figures from KeralaKerala reports 3,139 new #COVID19 positive cases today. Active cases now at 30,072, while 77,703 patients have reco… https://t.co/WuJZIpTMh3— ANI (@ANI) 16000013260002020-09-13 18:02(IST) Consume Chyawanprash, turmeric milk, AYUSH approved medicines in post-COVID recovery period: Health MinistryConsuming Chyawanprash, turmeric milk and immunity promoting AYUSH medicine like mulethi powder, Ashwagandha, amla fruit are believed to be effective in the post-recovery period, the Union Health Ministry informed in the guidance note for post-COVID-19 management protocol for patients who have recovered from the coronavirus disease. Read more2020-09-13 17:20(IST) Figures from Delhi10,116 RTPCR/CBNAAT/TrueNat tests and 46,540 Rapid antigen tests conducted today. 21,39,432 tests done so far: Gove… https://t.co/z3XaTUi3yW— ANI (@ANI) 15999971560002020-09-13 16:52(IST) COVID-19: Five posts to add a tinge of joy to your dayWhile ringing in the new year, no one would have expected this outcome nine months later. While the pandemic may have forced people indoors, many have taken this opportunity to indulge in their interests. While many have picked up on their long lost hobby, others have taken to social media to lend in a helping hand or share a couple of laughs. This Sunday, why not sit back, relax and take a scroll through a curated list of posts from the internet to add a tinge of joy to your day.2020-09-13 16:38(IST) With 77.88 per cent recovery rate, post-COVID care gains equal importanceAs India crossed a cumulative of 47 lakh COVID-19 cases and daily recoveries exceeding 70,000, post-COVID care is gaining more importance with hospitals setting up post-COVID care telephonic or physical consultation.The Union health ministry in a press release stated that India continues to report high numbers of recoveries with 78,399 registered recoveries in last 24 hours. The total number of recoveries has touched 3,702,595 taking the Recovery Rate to 77.88 per cent.Health experts have observed that post-COVID-19 infection, a full recovery can be quite a challenge. Those patients who have recovered from this disease complain of generalised fatigue and are not able to return to an absolutely normal level of well-being even after a long time since they had the infection. The same phenomenon was seen in the SARS virus which affected Hong Kong and other countries.2020-09-13 15:50(IST) COVID-19: After discharge, AYUSH Minister Shripad Naik thanks PM Modi, colleagues, doctorsA day after he was dischargedfrom hospital post recovery from the coronavirus infection, Union AYUSH minister Shripad Naik on Sunday thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union health minister Harsh Vardhan and Goa CM Pramod Sawant.In a statement issued here, the North Goa BJP MP also thanked Defence minister Rajnath Singh, Goa health minister Vishwajit Rane, AYUSH secretary Rajesh Kotecha and doctors Randeep Guleria of AIIMS, Manjunath Desai, GMCH Dean Shivanand Bandekar and Manipal Hospitals' Shekhar Salkar."Their efforts gave me first-hand experience of hardships that COVID warriors are facing and I will remain eternally grateful to them," Naik said in his statement.2020-09-13 15:31(IST) One more COVID-related death in Ladakh, toll reaches 39The Union Territory of Ladakh recorded one more COVID-19 related death, taking the number of fatalities in the region to 39, officials said on Sunday.A 62-year-old patient, who had recently tested positive for coronavirus, died in Leh district on Saturday and the last rights of the deceased were conducted as per the set protocol, they said.His death was the 16th COVID-19 related fatality in Leh district, while rest of 23 deaths have taken place in Kargil district.With detection of 66 fresh positive cases -- 37 in Leh and 29 in Kargil, the virus caseload in the UT has gone up to 3,294 till Saturday evening, the officials said.2020-09-13 15:20(IST) Students at Thakur college in Kandivali appear for their NEET exams amid COVID-19 scareStudents at Thakur college in #Kandivali for their #NEET exams earlier today https://t.co/wor2tCCEPi— Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) 15999884460002020-09-13 15:18(IST) Reserve 80 per cent ICU beds for COVID patients: Delhi govt instructs private hospitalsDue to a surge in coronavirus cases, the Delhi government on Sunday directed all nursing homes and private hospitals having bed strength of 50 beds or more to reserve at least 80 per cent of their total ICU bed strength for the treatment of COVID-19 patients with immediate effect."In the recent past there has been a surge in the number of COVID cases and it has been observed that majority of the ICU beds in private hospitals are fully occupied. Therefore, in order to augment the ICU bed capacity for COVID-19 patients the hospitals listed in Annexure 'A' are directed to reserve 80 per cent of their total ICU/HDU beds for such patients i.e. COVID-19 patients with immediate effect," the notification by the Delhi government read.2020-09-13 15:17(IST) Pune: Amid high demand, tempo with oxygen cylinders stolenA tempo carrying seven oxygencylinders meant for hospitals amid the coronavirus outbreak was stolen in Pune's Chakan area, police said on Sunday.The complainant has a business of transporting such cylinders and he had parked his tempo outside his house on Thursday night from where it went missing a few hours later, Inspector Balaji Sontake of Mhalunge post said."We have registered a theft case and efforts are on to trace the tempo and nab the accused who stole it," said the official.2020-09-13 15:17(IST) New COVID-19 facility in Goa to start functioning from Sep 19A 250-bed COVID-19 facility willstart operating at the South Goa district hospital from September 19, state Health Minister Vishwajit Rane has said.As of now, COVID-19 patients in the state are being treated at the ESI Hospital in Margao (South Goa), the Goa Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) near Panaji (North Goa) and the Sub-District Hospital in Ponda (South Goa).In the wake of rise in number of COVID-19 cases in the coastal state, the new facility at the South Goa district hospital in Mrago would be made functional partially, Rane told reporters on Saturday after visiting the facility.2020-09-13 15:16(IST) Yoga, chyawanprash part of new management protocol for recovered COVID-19 patientsYogasana, Pranayama, meditation and intake of chyawanprash are among some of the suggestions given by the Union Health Ministry in its new management protocol for patients who have recovered from COVID-19.Calling for a holistic approach for follow up care and well-being of all post-COVID recovered patients, the Health ministry said such patients must continue COVID appropriate behaviour by use of mask, hand and respiratory hygiene, physical distancing.The protocol provides an approach for managing patients who have recovered from COVID-19 for care at home.2020-09-13 15:16(IST) Wearing face masks most effective way to prevent COVID-19: Delhi Health MinisterDelhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Sunday warned people that they should not be careless about COVID-19 spread and wear face masks to prevent themselves from contracting the infection.He also told ANI that the Delhi government is also running a campaign to create awareness about the masses added that the most effective way to prevent the infection is by wearing a mask."From the experience of the lockdown period, we have learnt that the most effective way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is wearing masks. Few people had stopped wearing masks but we are running campaigns to promote its use," he said while speaking to ANI.2020-09-13 15:15(IST) Russia records 5,449 COVID-19 cases in past 24 hoursRussia has registered 5,449 COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, which brings the cumulative total to 1,062,811, the country's coronavirus response centre said on Sunday."Over the past 24 hours, Russia has confirmed 5,449 COVID-19 cases in 84 regions, of which 1,238 (23.5 per cent) have been detected actively, with people showing no clinical symptoms," the response centre said in a statement.Moscow recorded 650 cases, St. Petersburg registered 206 cases and the Moscow region confirmed 166 new cases.2020-09-13 13:58(IST) CM Uddhav Thackeray launches 'My family, my responsibility' initiative to tackle COVID-19Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday launched the 'My family, my responsibility' initiative to fight coronavirus in the state. 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2020-09-12Ready reckoner rate reduced in city, increased in MMR - Mumbai Mirror
Ready reckoner rate reduced in city, increased in MMRYou are in an offline modeReady reckoner rate reduced in city, increased in MMRBySatish Nandgaonkar,Yogesh NaikSatish Nandgaonkar and Yogesh Naik / Updated: Sep 12, 2020, 06:56 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEBuilders say reduction in Mumbai too small and the increase in MMR and the rest of state bad for business. The state government on Friday sent out mixed signals to the real estate sector by reducing the ready reckoner rates in Mumbai, but at the same time increasing them in other municipal corporations in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and the rest of the state. Almost all major builders in Mumbai have projects in extended Mumbai Metropolitan Region. On Friday, they were all struggling to make sense of the government move, not sure whether to laud it or criticise it. While the ready reckoner rates for Mumbai have been reduced by 0.6 per cent, the average increase for the rest of the state, including MMR, is 1.74 per cent. However, Omprakash Deshmukh, Inspector General, Stamps and Registrations, said the rates could be further revised downwards by 2 per cent for Mumbai if the government accepts the Deepak Parekh Committee’s recommendations. Ready reckoner rates are benchmarks for immovable property on the basis of which stamp duty is charged. With the boom in real estate sector in early 2000, the government had increased the rates substantially and developers say now the rates are skewed. “The property prices have fallen in Mumbai, but the ready reckoner rate is much higher. There is a 20 per cent gap between the ready reckoner rate and the prevailing market rates,” said a developer who did not wish to be identified. According to the information released by Deshmukh’s Pune office, the ready reckoner rates have been increased by average 2.81per cent in rural areas, which covers 42,167 villages; 1.29 per cent in 368 municipal council areas; and 1.02 per cent in 27 municipal corporation areas. The Mumbai city and Mumbai suburbs are the only areas in the state where the ready reckoner rates have been cut. In Thane the rate is up by 0.36 per cent, 0.25 in Mira Bhayandar, 0.76 in Kalyan-Dombivali, 0.99 in Navi Mumbai, 0.97 in Ulhasnagar, and 0.12 in Bhiwandi-Nizampur. Niranjan Hiranandani, president, National Real Estate Development Council and Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry, said a reduction in residential prices has been suggested by HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal. “It is surprising that the state government has instead opted to enhance the ready reckoner value. Income tax provisions mean a developer cannot sell at a price point lower than the ready reckoner rate, as it translates into taxation burden for both, buyer and seller. In this situation, the expectation was that the state government would reduce the value, instead, it has chosen to increase the same,” he said. Amol Modak, who works as a land valuer, said if the government’s intention was to rationalize ready reckoner rates and give a boost to the real estate sector, then 0.6 per cent cut is negligible. “The government cut the stamp duty to boost demand, but it was a substantial 3 per cent cut. From a home buyer’s point of view, the ready reckoner rate cut is too little to make any substantial impact on flat prices,” he said. RELATED NEWSState may cut real estate stamp duty to 2%Aug 19, 2020Thane Municipal Corporation allows all shops to open daily from todayAug 15, 2020Govt panel suggests cut in stamp dutyJun 10, 2020 Award Winning 2 & 3 BHK From ₹55 L* at Mysore Rd, BangaloreBrigade GroupSpacious apartments at affordable prices in WhitefieldPrestige GroupSumadhura Sushantham Luxury Apts 1225 sqft. to 2030 sqft.Sumadhura SushanthamEMI Holiday at Rohan Upavan - 1/2/3 BHK from 35 L*Rohan BuildersMercedes-Benz V-Class @ an attractive EMI of INR 75,000/-*Sundaram MotorsMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe Pro Lexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.GOLD LOAN At your home. Give a Missed Call 9645390900YOG LOANSGET ALIENWARE HEADSETDell IndiaBook 2/3BHK Homes & Win 25GMS* Gold, On Mysore Rd, B'lore.Pride GroupBranded homes for A BRANDED YOU - 17000+ Proud OwnersDS Max PropertiesKia Sonet #WildByDesign | Pre-Book Today!Kia Motors India
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2020-09-11Thane: Ulhasnagar civic body's budget upped to Rs 821 crore during final approval - Times of India
Thane: Ulhasnagar civic body's budget upped to Rs 821 crore during final approvalThane: Ulhasnagar civic body's budget upped to Rs 821 crore during final approvalPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Sep 11, 2020, 23:24 ISTMayor Leelabai Aashan on Friday while holding press conferenceTHANE: After a gap of almost 6 months, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation's (UMC) annual budget of Rs 821 crore finally got an approval at a general body meeting held on Thursday. This was for the first time when an annual budget of the UMC was approved at a general body meeting conducted through video conferencing in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Earlier in March month, UMC commissioner had presented draft budget of Rs 483 crore in which former Standing Chairman Rajesh Vadhrya had made increase of Rs 287 crore during standing meeting taking budget up to Rs 770 crore. However after five months ruling Shiv Sena party on Thursday during general body meeting increased budget by Rs 51 crore taking up to 821 crore. Explaining about passed budget Leelabai Aashan, mayor of UMC while holding press conference on Friday said, "This year we have plan to built a new dedicated 100 beds hospital, new school, stadium, seven roads and retention wall for new dumping ground". Jeevan Idnani, former deputy mayor and corporator of SAI (Secular Alliance of India) party target Shiv Sena saying without suggesting any new or concrete revenue resources ruling party has increased the budget by Rs 336 crore. Meanwhile BJP corporator Manoj Lassi said, "In budget prepared by our party's corporator Rajesh Vadhrya whose tenure expired one day ago had planned to give relaxation in water bill and property tax due to losses citizens had suffered during lockdown but Shiv Sena did not considered our suggestions while passing budget on basis of numbers with them in general body meeting". 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2020-09-11Mumbai Rains: Heavy rains cause waterlogging in Kalyan and Ulhasnagar - Mumbai Mirror
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2020-09-11COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur sees a sharp rise in cases; Ambernath death toll crosses 200 - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur sees a sharp rise in cases; Ambernath death toll crosses 200You are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Badlapur sees a sharp rise in cases; Ambernath death toll crosses 200Written bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 11, 2020, 21:01 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo by Kaushik JN/MMCLThane: Ulhasnagar reported 25 new coronavirus cases on Friday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,168. Also, with 23 recoveries on Friday, as many as 7,491 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 431 while 246 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 25 new cases, the maximum of 10 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-3, followed by five in Ulhasnagar-4, four each in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-5 and one in Ulhasnagar-2. Untitled Carousel COVID-19 September 11 Highlights: Maharashtra inches away from overtaking Russia's total case countMaharashtra reported an all-time high of 24,886 new cases of coronavirus on Friday and with that, the state’s tally crossed 1 million. The total number of cases in the state is 10,15,681. Also, 393 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 28,724 and the number of active cases to 2,71,566 as per the latest information shared by the state health department. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 42 new COVID-19 cases on Friday taking the total number to 5,396. At present, 314 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 203 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,879 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 82 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 4,828 with 73 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Belauli, Manjarli, Kharvai and Vivekanand Nagar, while the remaining were reported from Shirgaon, Aptewadi, Katrap, Jadhav Colony, Subhash Nagar, Sanewadi, Hendrepada, Rameshwadi, Dattawadi, Tulsi Heritage, Eranjad, Ganesh Nagar, Mohananand Nagar, Vadavali, Gandhi Chowk, Valivali and Bhagirathi Garden. So far, 4,456 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 299 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.51 per cent and the recovery rate at 92.29 per cent. Untitled Carousel Mumbai: Sudden spike in Covid-cases in Dharavi; tally rises to 2883A sharp spike in daily coronavirus cases was reported on Friday in Dharavi after almost three months, as Mumbai's slum colony reported 33 new Covid-19 cases taking the total figures to 2883. Active cases have also climbed to 124, while there have been 2,489 recoveries. 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 Award Winning 2 & 3 BHK From ₹55 L* at Mysore Rd, BangaloreBrigade GroupInvest in farmland - Only 90mins from B'lore Intl. AirportHosachiguruMercedes-Benz V-Class @ an attractive EMI of INR 75,000/-*Sundaram MotorsBook 2/3BHK Homes & Win 25GMS* Gold, On Mysore Rd, B'lore.Pride GroupBranded homes for A BRANDED YOU - 17000+ Proud OwnersDS Max PropertiesPre-Book the Compact SUV - Kia SonetKia Motors India GET ALIENWARE HEADSETDell IndiaLexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.Vajram Group's Chance to take it all .Vajram NewtownBrowse countless sessions & your favorite VMware speakers!VMworld 2020Dubai's economic stimulus ensures business continuityDTCMEasily file your business tax return onlineIndiaFilings
2020-09-11Thane: Ulhasnagar civic body's budged upped to Rs 821 crore during final approval - Times of India
Thane: Ulhasnagar civic body's budget upped to Rs 821 crore during final approvalThane: Ulhasnagar civic body's budget upped to Rs 821 crore during final approvalPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Sep 11, 2020, 23:24 ISTMayor Leelabai Aashan on Friday while holding press conferenceTHANE: After a gap of almost 6 months, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation's (UMC) annual budget of Rs 821 crore finally got an approval at a general body meeting held on Thursday. This was for the first time when an annual budget of the UMC was approved at a general body meeting conducted through video conferencing in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Earlier in March month, UMC commissioner had presented draft budget of Rs 483 crore in which former Standing Chairman Rajesh Vadhrya had made increase of Rs 287 crore during standing meeting taking budget up to Rs 770 crore. However after five months ruling Shiv Sena party on Thursday during general body meeting increased budget by Rs 51 crore taking up to 821 crore. Explaining about passed budget Leelabai Aashan, mayor of UMC while holding press conference on Friday said, "This year we have plan to built a new dedicated 100 beds hospital, new school, stadium, seven roads and retention wall for new dumping ground". Jeevan Idnani, former deputy mayor and corporator of SAI (Secular Alliance of India) party target Shiv Sena saying without suggesting any new or concrete revenue resources ruling party has increased the budget by Rs 336 crore. Meanwhile BJP corporator Manoj Lassi said, "In budget prepared by our party's corporator Rajesh Vadhrya whose tenure expired one day ago had planned to give relaxation in water bill and property tax due to losses citizens had suffered during lockdown but Shiv Sena did not considered our suggestions while passing budget on basis of numbers with them in general body meeting". 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2020-09-10COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report fewer cases; Badlapur numbers remain worrisome - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report fewer cases; Badlapur numbers remain worrisomeYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report fewer cases; Badlapur numbers remain worrisomeWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 10, 2020, 20:39 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational image. Photo: AFPThane: Ulhasnagar reported as many as 20 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 8,143. Also, 19 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,468. As per Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, 245 people have died of the virus in the city so far, and 431 are currently being treated. Out of the 20 cases, the maximum of nine persons tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by four each in Ulhasnagar-2 and Ulhasnagar-5, two in Ulhasnagar-1 and only one in Ulhasnagar-3. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 21 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. With that, the total number of positive patients now stands at 5,354. According to the latest bulletin by the Ambernath Municipal Council (AMC), 201 people have succumbed to the virus in the city. The AMC also informed that 4,838 people have completely recovered from the infection and have been sent home, and the number of active cases is now pitched at 315. Meanwhile, 62 people tested positive for coronavirus in Badlapur taking the city's tally to 4,746, along with 73 fatalities. Most of the cases came up in Samarth Nagar, Patil Pada, Muslim Mohalla, Mohan Palms, Hendrepada and Gandhi Chowk, while the remaining were from Yadav Nagar, Sonivali, Jadhav Colony, Shirgaon, Aptewadi, Manjarli, Belauli, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Sitabai Panvelkar Park, Katrap, Ganesh Chowk, Valivali and MIDC Road. As many as 4,356 patients have recovered in Badlapur while the number of active cases is 317. The recovery rate of the city is pitched at 91.78 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 Ready to Move Homes with Amenities at Mysore Rd, BangaloreBrigade GroupMercedes-Benz GLC @ an attractive EMI of INR 44,444/-*Sundaram MotorsEMI Holiday at Rohan Upavan™, off Hennur RoadRohan BuildersBuy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo TyresGet ahead of your peers with PGP in Full Stack Engg.BITS PilaniGET ALIENWARE HEADSETDell India Lexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.Most advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProSumadhura Sushantham Luxury Apts 1225 sqft. to 2030 sqft.Sumadhura Sushantham3 & 4 BHK luxury homes starting from ₹1.49 Cr in BangaloreVaswani GroupLuxury Homes with thoughtfully-designed Modern amenities.Sumadhura NandanamWherever you’re in Blore there is a DSMAX home within 10 KMSDS Max Properties
2020-09-10COVID-19 September 10 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 23,446 new cases - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 September 10 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 23,446 new casesYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 September 10 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 23,446 new casesMirror Online / Updated: Sep 10, 2020, 22:18 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageMaharashtra is yet to breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to COVID-19. On Thursday, the state reported 23,446 fresh cases, taking the total tally to 9,90,795. While 14,253 patients were discharged, 448 new deaths were also reported. Now, the death toll stands at 28,282. According to Maharashtra's Public Health Department, there are currently 2,61,432 active cases. The city of Mumbai reported 2,371 fresh cases. The Public Health Department added that today's cases will "reduce after reconciliation of duplicates and out of Mumbai". The city's recovery rate currently stands at 79 per cent. Here are some of the other COVID-19 and lockdown highlights of September 9 from Mumbai, Maharashtra and rest of the country: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report fewer cases; Badlapur numbers remain worrisome Ulhasnagar reported as many as 20 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 8,143. Also, 19 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,468. Read more 42 new COVID-19 cases in Dadar; active cases stand at 102 in Dharavi Dadar, Mahim and Dharavi reported more than 30 daily coronavirus cases on Thursday (September 10), while Dharavi reported just 11 fresh cases today. The curve of COVID-19 positive cases in Dharavi slum has been showing a declining trend for over three months now with active cases now at 102. Read more RT-PCR mandatory for symptomatic cases who test negative in rapid antigen tests: Health Ministry As Covid-19 cases continue to surge touching a new high on Thursday with 95,735 fresh cases being reported in the last 24 hours, the Health Ministry has asked states to mandatorily test symptomatic patients who have tested negative in the Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT) to be followed up with the more reliable RT-PCR test. Read more Two COVID-19 positive prisoners escape Pune's Yerawada prison Two undertrial prisoners, who had tested positive for COVID-19, escaped from a temporary jail set up by Yerawada Central Prison in Pune early morning on Saturday, jail officials informed. Both inmates were kept into a quarantine facility of the jail. Read more With a highest single-day spike of 95,735 cases, India's COVID-19 tally crosses 44-lakh mark With the highest single-day spike of 95,735 new cases and 1,172 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, India's COVID-19 tally crossed the 44-lakh mark on Thursday, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Read more COVID-19: Five adorable posts to get you through your week While the quarantine was unexpected, many have made the most of this opportunity and indulged in their interests. While some got creative, others used the internet to share a couple of laughs or even lend a helping hand. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to get you through your week. Read more RELATED NEWSCovid-19: Pune now has more active cases than MumbaiAug 17, 2020COVID-19: Maharashtra reports 12,614 fresh casesAug 16, 2020COVID-19: Maharashtra reports 12,248 fresh casesAug 10, 2020 SimpliVity-ideal for VDI workloadsHPE-SimplivityGet ahead of your peers with PGP in Full Stack Engg.BITS PilaniOC Received 2BHK Home on Mysore Rd West B’Lore @ ₹85Lakh*Pride GroupReady to Move 2 & 3 Bed Homes From ₹68 L at Kanakapura RoadBrigade GroupSumadhura Sushantham Luxury Apts 1225 sqft. to 2030 sqft.Sumadhura SushanthamSubscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car Subscription Mercedes-Benz V-Class @ an attractive EMI of INR 75,000/-*Sundaram MotorsEMI Holiday at Rohan Upavan™, off Hennur RoadRohan BuildersBuy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo TyresMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe ProGET ALIENWARE HEADSETDell IndiaWe are the MOST AWARDED Real Estate Company - 100+ AwardsDS Max Properties
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2020-09-10COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 23,446 new cases of coronavirus today; Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pedne - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 23,446 new cases of coronavirus today; Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar tests positiveSep 10, 2020, 22.26PMCOVID-19 latest updates: Maharashtra reports 23,446 new cases of coronavirus today; Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar tests positiveThe COVID-19 situation continues to remain grim in Maharashtra with the state recording nearly 24,000 cases once again. The new cases took its tally to 9.67 lakh. The death toll rose to 27,787 with 325 patients succumbing to the viral infection. Mumbai also recorded its highest single-day spike of 2,227 which took its coronavirus tally to 1.61 lakh while the death toll in the state capital rose to 7,985 with 43 new fatalities. Maharashtra's recovery rate is 70.96 per cent. Presently Maharashtra has 2.57 lakh active patients, including 65,361 in Pune alone. India continues to record over 80,000 cases.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-10 22:26(IST) COVID-19 September 10 Highlights: Maharashtra registers 23,446 new casesMaharashtra is yet to breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to COVID-19. On Thursday, the state reported 23,446 fresh cases, taking the total tally to 9,90,795. While 14,253 patients were discharged, 448 new deaths were also reported. Now, the death toll stands at 28,282. Read more2020-09-10 22:02(IST) Figures from Delhi9,004 RTPCR/CBNAAT/True Nat tests and 49,336 Rapid antigen test conducted today. A total of 19,62,120 tests done so… https://t.co/lNV4JDcfY6— ANI (@ANI) 15997459080002020-09-10 21:03(IST) Maharashtra reports an all-time high of 23,446 new cases of coronavirus todayMaharashtra reported 23,446 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday and with that, the state’s tally has now climbed to 9,90,795. Also, 448 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 28,282 and the number of active cases to 2,61,432 as per the latest information shared by the state health department.2020-09-10 20:46(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath report fewer cases; Badlapur numbers remain worrisomeUlhasnagar reported as many as 20 new patients of coronavirus in a day, taking the total number of cases till date to 8,143. Also, 19 people were discharged from the hospital on Thursday, and with that, the number of recoveries in Ulhasnagar has climbed to 7,468. Read story here08:36 PM (IST) With no adequate transport arrangements, Unlock 4 has become is a nightmare for MumbaikarsWith local trains still restricted to essential workers, eight and nine-hour commutes have become part of the new normal for thousands of Mumbaikars, some who live relatively close to their place of work are spending close to eight hours a day commuting. Before the lockdown, it used to take an hour to get to work for most Mumbaikars and another hour to return. Now, the absence of local trains and long queues for buses mean they have to spend seven to eight hours a day.2020-09-10 20:12(IST) Hyderabad - Dubai direct air connectivity resumedHyderabad: Weekly thrice flight services between Hyderabad and Dubai under the air transport bubbles commenced on Thursday.The first flight of Emirates (EK 526), a Boeing 777- 300ER aircraft arrived with passengers at 08.25 AM at the Hyderabad International Airport and departed as EK 527 with passengers to Dubai at 10.00 AM.With this, the Hyderabad International Airport got re-connected with Dubai. The airport operator, GMR group, said the initiative would give a big boost to the air travel, which is now showing signs of recovery amidst the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.The UAE-based Emirates airline would be operating services on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Any passenger can book a ticket from Hyderabad to Dubai as per the guidelines issued by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. All passengers will have to adhere to the Covid-19 safety guidelines. The Hyderabad airport strictly follows the safety protocols."With an aim to revive the pandemic struck economy, during Unlock 3.0, the Government of India is building “Transport Bubbles” or “Air Travel Arrangements”, which are temporary arrangements between two countries aimed at restarting commercial passenger services when regular international flights are suspended as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the Air Transport Bubble arrangement, airlines like British Airways have resumed operations connecting Hyderabad to the UK and beyond", a GMR release said. With inputs by P Pavan / BCCL2020-09-10 19:23(IST) Delhi reports 4308 new COVID-19 cases todayDelhi reported 4308 new COVID-19 cases and 28 deaths in last 24 hours; 2637 recovered/discharged/migrated. Total cases in the national capital rise to 2,05,482 including 4,666 deaths and 1,75,400 recovered/discharged/migrated. Active cases stand at 25,416.2020-09-10 19:18(IST) For those allowed to travel by localsPlease note:- https://t.co/YX9HUv6FeA— DRM MUMBAI CR (@drmmumbaicr) 15997409320002020-09-10 18:01(IST) 42 new Covid-19 cases in Dadar; active cases stand at 102 in DharaviThe curve of Covid-19 positive cases in Dharavi slum has been showing a declining trend for over three months now with active cases now at 102. Dharavi's covid-19 cumulative count is now 2,850. On the other hand over 2400 people have been cured and discharged so far from Dharavi, with 2478 recoveries. Read story here2020-09-10 17:22(IST) COVID-19: Five adorable posts to get you through your weekWhile some got creative, others used the internet to share a couple of laughs or even lend a helping hand. Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to get you through your week. Read story here2020-09-10 16:20(IST) Serum Institute pauses COVID-19 vaccine trial in India till Astra Zeneca restarts themIn a major development amid rising COVID-19 cases, the Serum Institute of India (SII) has announced pausing of the trail in India till AstraZeneca restarts them. The development comes after the central drug regulator issued a show-cause notice to the SII for not informing it about pharma giant AstraZeneca pausing the clinical trials. The notice was issued after reports that human trials of the COVID-19 vaccine candidate, being developed by the University of Oxford, have been put on hold after a UK participant had an adverse reaction to it. Read the full story here2020-09-10 16:18(IST) Sara Khan tests positive for COVID-19Actress Sara Khan has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. She took to social media on Thursday afternoon to share the news with her fans and followers. Sara also informed that she is under home quarantine and is asymptomatic. “Unfortunately today I have tested positive for coronavirus. Authorities and doctors instructed to quarantine at home. Feeling fine and wishing for a speedy recovery (sic),” she wrote on Instagram. Read the full story here2020-09-10 16:00(IST) A total of 2,21,506 people have been discharged so far after treatment. The recovery percentage is 75.85%. The death toll is 4,206: Uttar Pradesh Principal Health Secretary Amit Mohan Prasad2020-09-10 14:54(IST) Revised SOP on preventive measures to be followed while conducting examinations to contain the spread of COVID-19Health Ministry issues Revised SOP (standard operating procedure) on preventive measures to be followed while condu… https://t.co/nqzHVSamts— ANI (@ANI) 15997288480002020-09-10 14:24(IST) West Bengal government lifts lockdown on 12th September, in view of NEET 2020 examination scheduled on 13th September: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee2020-09-10 14:08(IST) Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar on Thursday said she has tested COVID-19 positive. She shared the information on her Twitter handle. 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2020-09-09Thane: Covid-19 claims Ulhasnagar cop before his kid’s naming ceremony - Times of India
Thane: Covid-19 claims Ulhasnagar cop before his kid’s naming ceremonyThane: Covid-19 claims Ulhasnagar cop before his kid’s naming ceremonyPradeep Gupta & Narayan Namboodiri | TNN | Updated: Sep 10, 2020, 09:10 ISTPicture used for representational purpose onlyMUMBAI/ULHASNAGAR: A constable from Ulhasnagar’s Hill Line police station became the youngest personnel to die from Thane police commissionerate while undergoing treatment for Covid-19. Others to succumb were one each from Mumbai, Pune and Gadchiroli in the last 48 hours, taking the state police toll to 180, of which 71 were from Mumbai and 20 from Thane. The state police report said 533 more tested positive in 24 hours, taking the total to 17,972. Of them, 14,269 recovered and 3,523 are being treated. Constable Sachin Pardeshi (33) died on Tuesday before he and his family could decide the date to the naming ceremony of his second child, a girl born three months back. “Pardeshi was was unable to take leave to visit his in-laws in Surat due to staff shortage as many tested positive,” his brother-in-law told TOI. Pardeshi had been at Ulhasnagar since April, after his wife Sandhya and their son Parth (4) went to her parent’s house in Surat for delivery. The report of Mumbai’s RAK Marg police constable Suryakant Mohite (54) showed positive on Tuesday, four days after he died. “Mohite had no comorbidities. He was ready to go to work when he complained of breathlessness and collapsed,” his elder brother told TOI. Constable Ravindra Gedam (52) of Mulchera police station and Pune traffic ASI Suresh Dalvi (56) were the others who died. 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2020-09-09COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees a huge spike; active cases go up in Ulhasnagar, Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees a huge spike; active cases go up in Ulhasnagar, BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ambernath sees a huge spike; active cases go up in Ulhasnagar, BadlapurWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 9, 2020, 21:25 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentative imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 32 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,123. Also, with 44 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 7,449 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 431 while 243 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 32 new cases, the maximum figure of 13 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, whereas 10 cases were reported from Ulhasnagar-3 and four from Ulhasnagar-1. Three persons contracted the virus in Ulhasnagar-5 and two in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 74 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 5,333. At present, 320 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 201 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,812 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Wednesday, 57 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 4,684 with 73 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Katrap, Shani Nagar and Aptewadi, while the remaining were from Dattawadi, Gaondevi, Rameshwadi, Belauli, Panvelkar Heights, Valivali, Mohan Greenwoods, Shirgaon, TV Tower, Kharvai, Patil Pada, Aptewadi, Gandhi Chowk, Thanekar Hillcrest, Shivaji Chowk, Samarth Chowk and Panvelkar Estate. So far, 4,304 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 307 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.55 per cent and the recovery rate at 91.88 per cent. RELATED NEWSCouple attacked with lethal weapons at resort in BadlapurSep 26, 2020COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Badlapur numbers see a spike once again...Sep 18, 2020Lockdown transformationsAug 31, 2020
2020-09-09Insurer asked to pay claim, compensation to robbed shop owner - Outlook India
Insurer asked to pay claim, compensation to robbed shop owner Outlook September 09, 2020 15:22 IST Insurer asked to pay claim, compensation to robbed shop owner outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Thane, Sep 9 (PTI) The Thane District Consumer Redressal Commission has held an insurance company guilty of deficiency in services and directed it to pay a wine shop owner, who was robbed of over Rs 1.8 lakh, full claim amount and compensation. In three orders issued recently, the commission ordered Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Ltd to pay the claim amount in the three claims filed by Reshma Budhrani, owner of three wine shops. The commissioner also ordered the insurance company to pay compensation of Rs 15,000 on each of the counts, which include compensation for mental suffering and litigation costs. Budhrani had filed claims for Mohit Wines and V K Wines of Bhiwandi for Rs 91,500 and Rs 60,000 respectively and Ranjit Wines of Navi Mumbai for Rs 37,000. In the claim, the counsel advocate R S Motwani stated that the complainant operated the three wine shops and money from these shops were deposited at Navjeevan Co-op Bank in Ulhasnagar. Budhrani had obtained an insurance of Rs 1 lakh each for the amount, which was in transit from the three shops to the bank. In August 2008, when an employee of the claimant was on her way to deposit a total of Rs 1,88,500 from all three shops, an unknown person robbed her in Ulhasnagar, following which a police complaint was lodged and the insurance claim was made. The insurance company, however, declined the claim in September 2008, pointing out that there was a specific condition in the policy that "insurance is covered only for cash in Transit from the insured shop to the Bank and vice versa within the radius of 55 km". The commission, however, noted that repudiation of the complainant''s claim is illegal and there is a deficiency in service on the part of the insurance company. The company has hence been directed to pay the claimant the claim amount with an interest at 9 per cent per annuum, from the time it declined the claim till the realisation of the amount. PTI COR ARU ARU Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI More from Website Mee Raqsam Beautifully Portrays Unity In Diversity Sushant Singh Rajput - The Revenant Guest During Election Season In Bihar HC Asks BMC To Stop Demolition Work At Kangana Ranaut's Bungalow More from Outlook Magazine Tunnel La Statues Of Liberty Sans Frontiers Next Story : COVID-19: India''s cumulative testing crosses 5.18cr; over 33.95k recoveries so far Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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2020-09-09Insurer asked to pay claim, compensation to robbed shop owner - Devdiscourse
Insurer asked to pay claim, compensation to robbed shop owner The Thane District Consumer Redressal Commission has held an insurance company guilty of deficiency in services and directed it to pay a wine shop owner, who was robbed of over Rs 1.8 lakh, full claim amount and compensation. PTI | Thane | Updated: 09-09-2020 15:22 IST | Created: 09-09-2020 15:22 IST Advertisement The Thane District Consumer Redressal Commission has held an insurance company guilty of deficiency in services and directed it to pay a wine shop owner, who was robbed of over Rs 1.8 lakh, full claim amount and compensation. In three orders issued recently, the commission ordered Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Ltd to pay the claim amount in the three claims filed by Reshma Budhrani, owner of three wine shops.The commissioner also ordered the insurance company to pay compensation of Rs 15,000 on each of the counts, which include compensation for mental suffering and litigation costs. Budhrani had filed claims for Mohit Wines and V K Wines of Bhiwandi for Rs 91,500 and Rs 60,000 respectively and Ranjit Wines of Navi Mumbai for Rs 37,000.In the claim, the counsel advocate R S Motwani stated that the complainant operated the three wine shops and money from these shops were deposited at Navjeevan Co-op Bank in Ulhasnagar. Budhrani had obtained an insurance of Rs 1 lakh each for the amount, which was in transit from the three shops to the bank.In August 2008, when an employee of the claimant was on her way to deposit a total of Rs 1,88,500 from all three shops, an unknown person robbed her in Ulhasnagar, following which a police complaint was lodged and the insurance claim was made. The insurance company, however, declined the claim in September 2008, pointing out that there was a specific condition in the policy that "insurance is covered only for cash in Transit from the insured shop to the Bank and vice versa within the radius of 55 km".The commission, however, noted that repudiation of the complainant's claim is illegal and there is a deficiency in service on the part of the insurance company. The company has hence been directed to pay the claimant the claim amount with an interest at 9 per cent per annuum, from the time it declined the claim till the realisation of the amount. 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2020-09-09Insurer asked to pay claim compensation to robbed shop owner - THE WEEK
Insurer asked to pay claim compensation to robbed shop owner PTI September 09, 2020 15:29 IST     Thane, Sep 9 (PTI) The Thane District ConsumerRedressal Commission has held an insurance company guilty ofdeficiency in services and directed it to pay a wine shopowner, who was robbed of over Rs 1.8 lakh, full claim amountand compensation.    In three orders issued recently, the commissionordered Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Ltd to pay theclaim amount in the three claims filed by Reshma Budhrani,owner of three wine shops.    The commissioner also ordered the insurance company topay compensation of Rs 15,000 on each of the counts, whichinclude compensation for mental suffering and litigationcosts.    Budhrani had filed claims for Mohit Wines and V KWines of Bhiwandi for Rs 91,500 and Rs 60,000 respectively andRanjit Wines of Navi Mumbai for Rs 37,000.    In the claim, the counsel advocate R S Motwani statedthat the complainant operated the three wine shops and moneyfrom these shops were deposited at Navjeevan Co-op Bank inUlhasnagar.    Budhrani had obtained an insurance of Rs 1 lakh eachfor the amount, which was in transit from the three shops tothe bank.    In August 2008, when an employee of the claimant wason her way to deposit a total of Rs 1,88,500 from all threeshops, an unknown person robbed her in Ulhasnagar, followingwhich a police complaint was lodged and the insurance claimwas made.     The insurance company, however, declined the claim inSeptember 2008, pointing out that there was a specificcondition in the policy that "insurance is covered only forcash in Transit from the insured shop to the Bank and viceversa within the radius of 55 km".     The commission, however, noted that repudiation ofthe complainant's claim is illegal and there is a deficiencyin service on the part of the insurance company.    The company has hence been directed to pay theclaimant the claim amount with an interest at 9 per cent perannuum, from the time it declined the claim till therealisation of the amount. PTI CORARU ARU (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read No-confidence motion against Yediyurappa government defeated Kolkata Knight Riders beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by seven wickets Melodic acquaintance: The SPB-Ilaiyaraaja bond that ruled Kollywood for five decades Alphabet agrees to $310 mn misconduct lawsuit settlement Bird genes function differently in males and females Tweets by TheWeekLive Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-09-09Ambulance delay led to accident victim’s death, say witnesses - Mumbai Mirror
Ambulance delay led to accident victimYou are in an offline modeAmbulance delay led to accident victim’s death, say witnessesByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Sep 9, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGEAn unidentified woman who was knocked down by a bike rider in Kalyan East succumbed to her injuries on Monday evening and eye-witnesses said the delay in waiting for an ambulance led to her death. Sources said the rider, a minor, knocked down the woman who is believed to be in her seventies near the Chakki Naka area. Eye-witnesses said they waited for an hour for the ambulance to arrive before flagging down a police van and taking her to the hospital. “After we explained her condition to them (the police), they helped us take her to the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, where she was declared dead," said Shiv Sena corporator Mahesh Gaikwad, who was present at the spot. Bystanders caught the accused who tried to flee the site. “The woman was walking when the biker ran-over her and injured her," said Vilas Nalawade, police sub-inspector of Kolsewadi police station in Kalyan. The police are trying to ascertain her identity. “The woman died as we lost a crucial hour in waiting for an ambulance after the accident. She sustained injuries to her head, legs and hip. She lost a lot of blood," said a local from the area. The police have booked the rider under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Motor Vehicle Act. He was produced before a juvenile magistrate in Bhiwandi. Watch Irrfan Khan's Brilliant Performance in QISSA on MUBIMUBIVajram Group's Chance to take it all .Vajram NewtownShape, trim or shave at home with Philips One Blade.Philips MenExperience Volvo at HomeThe Volvo XC90Award Winning 2 & 3 BHK From ₹55 L* at Mysore Rd, BangaloreBrigade GroupLexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore. Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionPrestige Waterford offers 1/2/3/4 BHK Apts in WhitefieldPrestige GroupBranded homes for A BRANDED YOU - 17000+ Proud OwnersDS Max PropertiesEMI Holiday at Rohan Upavan™, off Hennur RoadRohan BuildersMercedes-Benz GLC @ an attractive EMI of INR 44,444/-*Sundaram MotorsPresents the Meanest Monster Ever|Launch 10 Sep, 12noonSamsung Galaxy M51
2020-09-09Mumbai: Dadar's COVID-19 numbers set to overtake Dharavi's - Mid-day
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2020-09-09Insurer asked to pay claim, compensation to robbed shop owner - Yahoo India News
Insurer asked to pay claim, compensation to robbed shop ownerPTI9 September 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Sep 9 (PTI) The Thane District Consumer Redressal Commission has held an insurance company guilty of deficiency in services and directed it to pay a wine shop owner, who was robbed of over Rs 1.8 lakh, full claim amount and compensation.In three orders issued recently, the commission ordered Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Ltd to pay the claim amount in the three claims filed by Reshma Budhrani, owner of three wine shops.The commissioner also ordered the insurance company to pay compensation of Rs 15,000 on each of the counts, which include compensation for mental suffering and litigation costs.Budhrani had filed claims for Mohit Wines and V K Wines of Bhiwandi for Rs 91,500 and Rs 60,000 respectively and Ranjit Wines of Navi Mumbai for Rs 37,000.In the claim, the counsel advocate R S Motwani stated that the complainant operated the three wine shops and money from these shops were deposited at Navjeevan Co-op Bank in Ulhasnagar.Budhrani had obtained an insurance of Rs 1 lakh each for the amount, which was in transit from the three shops to the bank.In August 2008, when an employee of the claimant was on her way to deposit a total of Rs 1,88,500 from all three shops, an unknown person robbed her in Ulhasnagar, following which a police complaint was lodged and the insurance claim was made.The insurance company, however, declined the claim in September 2008, pointing out that there was a specific condition in the policy that 'insurance is covered only for cash in Transit from the insured shop to the Bank and vice versa within the radius of 55 km'.The commission, however, noted that repudiation of the complainant's claim is illegal and there is a deficiency in service on the part of the insurance company.The company has hence been directed to pay the claimant the claim amount with an interest at 9 per cent per annuum, from the time it declined the claim till the realisation of the amount. PTI COR ARU ARUReblogShareTweetShareShareOur 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 nextCapgemini Press Release // COVID-19 accelerates insurance digitalization to meet customer demand: World InsurTech Report 2020GlobeNewswireAM Best: Canada Property/Casualty Insurers Well-Positioned; Life Writers Face Volatility in 2020 (AM BestTV)Business WireEMPLOYERS’ Kathy Antonello Named President-Elect of the Casualty Actuarial Society for 2021-2022Business WireEverest Re Group, Ltd. Earns 2020 Best Places to Work in Insurance DistinctionBusiness WireTransaction Liability Executive Joins Alliant Insurance ServicesBusiness WireStricken Japanese ship behind devastating Mauritius oil spill successfully sunk in open oceanFirstpostVegetable sellers hail govt’s decision of banning export of onionsAniSamantha Akkineni Apologises To Sara Ali Khan And Rakul Preet Singh After NCB's StatementFilmibeatINS Nireekshak reaches Mauritius to help in containing oil spillANIUnlock 4.0: Gyms resumes operations in Delhi after over 5 monthsAniCOVID-19 Recovery Analysis: Global Container Leasing Market | Growth in International Containerized Seaborne Trade to Boost Market Growth | TechnavioBusiness WireIndia sees 92,071 new infections in 24 hours, tally crosses 48 lakh; Manish Sisodia isolates self after positive testFirstpostNayanthara Takes Off on Post Covid-19 Holiday in Goa, Boyfriend Vignesh Shivan Shares Pretty PicsNews18Iran Executes 27-year-old Wrestler Navid Afkari, Evoking Shock and CondemnationNews18Encounter underway between terrorists, security forces in J&K’s PulwamaAniGold Rises On Softer Dollar, Investors Focus On Fed MeetNews18
2020-09-09Virus claims Ulhasnagar cop before kid’s naming ceremony - Times of India
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Others to succumb were one each from Mumbai, Pune and Gadchiroli in the last 48 hours, taking the state police toll to 180, of which 71 were from Mumbai and 20 from Thane. The state police report said 533 more tested positive in 24 hours, taking the total to 17,972. Of them, 14,269 recovered and 3,523 are being treated. Constable Sachin Pardeshi (33) died on Tuesday before he and his family could decide the date to the naming ceremony of his second child, a girl born three months back. “Pardeshi was was unable to take leave to visit his in-laws in Surat due to staff shortage as many tested positive,” his brother-in-law told TOI. Pardeshi had been at Ulhasnagar since April, after his wife Sandhya and their son Parth (4) went to her parent’s house in Surat for delivery. The report of Mumbai’s RAK Marg police constable Suryakant Mohite (54) showed positive on Tuesday, four days after he died. “Mohite had no comorbidities. He was ready to go to work when he complained of breathlessness and collapsed,” his elder brother told TOI. Constable Ravindra Gedam (52) of Mulchera police station and Pune traffic ASI Suresh Dalvi (56) were the others who died. 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2020-09-08COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report over 30 cases each - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report over 30 cases eachYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report over 30 cases eachWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 8, 2020, 20:45 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 32 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,091. Also, with 36 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 7,405 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 445 while 241 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 32 new cases, 11 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-5, followed by nine patients in Ulhasnagar-4, eight in Ulhasnagar-3, three in Ulhasnagar-1 and only one in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 31 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday taking the total number to 4,259. At present, 296 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 198 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,765 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 38 persons tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, taking the city's tally to 4,627 with 73 deaths. Eranjad, Jadhav Colony, Bhosle Nagar and MHADA colony saw the maximum number of cases, while the remaining came up in areas like Shirgaon, Samarth Nagar, Mahavir Nagar, Belauli, Mohan Tulsi Vihar, Panvelkar Optima, Katrap, Barrage Road, Patil Pada, Kharvai, Shirgaon, Gopal Nagar, Sonivali, Gayatri Nagar, Yadav Nagar, Manjarli and Valivali. So far, 4,255 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 299 are currently undergoing treatment. The recovery rate at 91.96 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 Shape, trim or shave at home with Philips One Blade.Philips MenOnePlus 8 5G with GSTAmazon BusinessReady to Move 2 & 3 Bed Homes From ₹68 L at Kanakapura RoadBrigade GroupAudio engineering behind EPOS is what makes the differenceEPOS AUDIOPrestige Waterford offers 1/2/3/4 BHK Apts in WhitefieldPrestige GroupAward Winning 2 & 3 BHK From ₹55 L* at Mysore Rd, BangaloreBrigade Group Subscribe to a sanitized Revv car, starting @339 per dayRevv Car SubscriptionIIM Calcutta’s 1 Year Online Data Science ProgrammeVC NOWExperience Volvo at HomeThe Volvo XC90Presents the Meanest Monster Ever|Launch 10 Sep, 12noonSamsung Galaxy M51Be your own canvas! Get Samsung Serif 4K TV @ Croma.CromaLuxury Living with Build-Up area of 660-1523 sqft.Sumadhura Eden Garden
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2020-09-08COVID-19 latest updates: 423 deaths in 24 hours though fresh cases fall after fourth-day spike - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: 423 deaths in 24 hours though fresh cases fall after fourth-day spikeSep 8, 2020, 22.06PMCOVID-19 latest updates: 423 deaths in 24 hours though fresh cases fall after fourth-day spikeEven though fresh cases drastically fell by nearly a third, Maharashtra saw a new high on fatalities related to Covid-19 with 423 deaths in the last 24 hours. With 16,429 new cases - against 23,350 on Sunday, the state tally rose to 9.23 lakh. For the first time after four days, the state recovery rate improved marginally to 71.38 per cent. Active cases stand at 2.37 lakh. Mumbai city saw a spike of 1,541 new cases and 31 deaths, while active cases stand at 24,144. The city's doubling rate is 67 days. India continues to report over 75,000 cases each day.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-08 22:06(IST) COVID-19 September 8 Highlights: Maharashtra reports over 20,000 new cases; Mumbai sees a slight dipMaharashtra reported 20,131 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday and with that, the state’s tally has now climbed to 9,43,772. Also, 380 people succumbed to the infection, taking the death toll due to COVID-19 in the state to 27,407 and the number of active cases to 2,43,446 as per the latest information shared by the state health department. Read more2020-09-08 21:28(IST) Figures from MaharashtraMaharashtra records 20,131 new COVID-19 cases, 13,234 discharges and 380 deaths today. The total cases in the state rise to 9,43,772 including 6,72,556 recoveries and 27,407 deaths. Active cases stand at 2,43,446: Public Health Department, Maharashtra2020-09-08 20:59(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur report over 30 cases eachUlhasnagar reported 32 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,091. Also, with 36 recoveries on Tuesday, as many as 7,405 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 445 while 241 patients have died of the virus. Read more2020-09-08 20:28(IST) National Commission for Women chief Rekha Sharma tests positive2020-09-08 19:55(IST) SP Balasubrahmanyam remains stableSinger SP Balasubrahmanyam (in file pic), remains stable & continues to require ventilator & ECMO support. He remai… https://t.co/qxCG2ZjUxo— ANI (@ANI) 15995676470002020-09-08 19:02(IST) Maharashtra Police: 348 more cops test positive for COVID-19One personnel of Maharashtra police succumbed to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours taking the toll of policemen of the state to 177, police said on Tuesday. Further, a total 348 of Maharashtra Police personnel have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Read more2020-09-08 18:38(IST) Mumbai: Mahim records 20 new COVID-19 cases; active cases rise to 452 in DadarOn Tuesday, Dadar recorded 13 new COVID-19 cases taking the total figures to 2,806. Active cases stand at 452, while there have been 2,252 recoveries, so far. As per official data, 39 new cases were reported from G/North ward today. The overall tally of positive cases in the G/North ward has climbed to 8,138. 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Here are five posts curated by us from the internet to make your day. Read more2020-09-08 16:16(IST) Rahul Gandhi slams govt over Covid situationRahul Gandhi tweeted, "Due to Modi Govt’s gross mismanagement of Covid: India’s total cases world’s 2nd highest, India’s weekend tally higher than US & Brazil put together, On Sunday, India's share was 40% of total cases worldwide, No flattening of curve. Stay safe everyone."2020-09-08 15:56(IST) Fadnavis hits out at Maharashtra govt over COVID-19 crisisआठ-आठ दिवस टॉयलेटमध्ये पेशंट मरून पडले आहेत. कुणाला कळत नाही, हे किती गंभीर आहे. शासनाचे निर्णय जमिनीवर नसतात, केवळ… https://t.co/iVy0o1hdkF— @OfficeOfDevendra (@Devendra_Office) 15995515850002020-09-08 14:11(IST) Doctors with comorbidity will not be on Covid-19 duty at Gandhinagar Civil hospitalDoctors with high blood pressure, hypertension and diabetes working in Gandhinagar Civil hospital will not be given Covid-19 duty. While this rule is not new, the hospital reiterated the same after some staffers complained that only few were given the duty. Civil made the clarification so that nobody felt that injustice was being meted out to them. Read story here2020-09-08 13:34(IST) Pradhan urges Goyal to relaunch Shramik Special trains from OdishaUnion Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has written to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, seeking his intervention to relaunch the now-suspended services of Shramik Special trains from Odisha to other states to facilitate return of migrant workers to their places of work.2020-09-08 13:33(IST) India scaling up production of active pharmaceutical ingredients: KantNITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant has said that India, a global hub for generic drugs, has launched a new scheme to boost production of active pharmaceutical ingredients that are greatly dependent on the Chinese supply chain.2020-09-08 13:31(IST) Himachal Pradesh reports 28 new #COVID19 positive cases in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of positive cases in the state to 7,703 including 2,267 active cases, 5,366 recoveries and 57 deaths: State Health Department2020-09-08 12:52(IST) India has scaled another peak - the cumulative tests have surpassed 5 crores today. Tests Per Million on a continuous rise, pegged at 36,703 today: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare2020-09-08 12:37(IST) Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa held a high-level meeting on Mysuru Dasara festival, today2020-09-08 12:13(IST) Indian economy projected to contract 11.8% y/y, Fitch domestic arm saysIndia's economy is projected to contract 11.8% on the year in the current fiscal year beginning from April, before bouncing back in the next fiscal, India Ratings and Research, a domestic arm of ratings agency Fitch, said on Tuesday."All indicators, be it mobility or consumption, are pointing towards a much weaker economic recovery," Sunil Kumar Sinha, its principal economist told an online conference. 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2020-09-08Maharashtra: Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers polluted despite repeated orders, says SC - Times of India
Maharashtra: Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers polluted despite repeated orders, says SCTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiCoronavirus in MumbaiUddhav ThackeraySanjay RautPalghar EarthquakeMaharashtra: Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers polluted despite repeated orders, says SCDhananjay Mahapatra | TNN | Sep 8, 2020, 06:08 ISTDischarge of chemical effluents has changed the colour of the water (File photo)NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday chided the Maharashtra government, the state pollution control board and local bodies for their inability to check pollution in Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers despite repeated orders for urgent preventive measures. A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and K M Joseph asked the state government, the pollution control board and local bodies of Ulhasnagar, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ambernath and Kulgaon-Badlapur about the steps taken to implement the SC orders to keep these two rivers clean. The SC has been attempting through various orders since 2017 to rid the two rivers of industrial effluents. Importantly, the bench appointed the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) to inspect and assess the water quality of Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers, identify the polluting industrial units and recommend the course of action. “Despite successive orders, nothing has happened on the ground,” it said. The court said immediately after the CPCB and NEERI carry out joint inspection of the two rivers and suggest the future course of action, including remedial measures against polluting industries, the Maharashtra government and municipal corporations/councils will take immediate action. The bench sought a report on the issue within four weeks. Appearing for Vanashakti Public Trust, senior advocate Colin Gonsalves produced photographs of the two rivers, especially Waldhuni, turning red because of indiscriminate discharge of untreated industrial effluents directly into the river. He said urgent steps are needed to prevent and prohibit discharge of chemical effluents into the river to keep the water potable. Appearing for MPCB, senior advocate Kavin Gulati said Ulhas was relatively unaffected by chemical effluents, but admitted a snag in the functioning of the common effluent treatment plant (CETP) led to Waldhuni getting polluted. Gulati said the MPCB had ordered fixing of the CETP snag and had also ordered closure of an industrial unit as well as disconnection of its power and water connections after it was found to be discharging effluents into the river. The apex court has asked the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation and the local bodies to file reports within four weeks on steps taken by them to check pollution in the two rivers. 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2020-09-07COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur cases continue to shoot up - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur cases continue to shoot upYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur cases continue to shoot upWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 7, 2020, 21:13 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentative imageThane: With numbers going up once again, Ulhasnagar reported 39 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. With this, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 8,059. Also, with 43 fresh recoveries on Monday, as many as 7,369 patients have been fully cured and discharged, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation informed. The number of active cases now stands at 452 while 238 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 39 new cases, 18 patients tested positive in Ulhasnagar-4, followed by 10 in Ulhasnagar-3, six in Ulhasnagar-1, four in Ulhasnagar-5 and only one in Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 41 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 5,228. At present, 303 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 195 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, while 4,730 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur, 55 persons tested positive for the virus on Monday, taking the area's tally to 4,589 with 73 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Belauli, Popular Arcade, Shani Nagar, Shivaji Chowk, Tulsi Aastha and Anand Nagar, while the remaining were from Kharvai, Gaondevi, Karjat, Sankalp Siddhi, Shree Complex, Shirgaon, Valivali, Hendrepada, Manjarli, Yadav Nagar and Rameshwadi. So far, 4,210 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 306 are currently undergoing treatment. 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 Scholarships upto 100% - Engineering, BBA, B.Com, BHM & BCAAMC Group of InstitutionsSumadhura Sushantham Luxury Apts 1225 sqft. to 2030 sqft.Sumadhura SushanthamLexus NX300h –Imagine New possibilities @ INR 54.9LLexus Bangalore.Award Winning 2 & 3 BHK From ₹55 L* at Mysore Rd, BangaloreBrigade GroupMercedes-Benz E-Class @ an attractive EMI of INR 49,999/- *Sundaram MotorsMost advanced Air Sterilization and Ultrasonic HumidifierWeSafe Pro Tech Tailored to your Business. Save up to 46% on Laptops.Dell IndiaBook 2/3BHK Homes & Win 25GMS* Gold, On Mysore Rd, B'lore.Pride GroupNew Launch 2&3BHK apts starting @66L*Vajram NewtownVajram NewtownCovid-19 Vaccine and You, That’s all we want!QuorTerm plan that returns your premium at the end of policy*^Max Life InsuranceEarn money online, No technical skills required!Career Times
2020-09-07Four Ulhasnagar college staff members test positive for Covid-19 - Mumbai Mirror
Four Ulhasnagar college staff members test positive for Covid-19You are in an offline modeFour Ulhasnagar college staff members test positive for Covid-19ByRahi GaikwadRahi Gaikwad / Updated: Sep 7, 2020, 06:00 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeREPRESENTATIONAL IMAGECollege claims all safety measures were taken; teachers’ union writes to civic body. The Bombay University and College Teachers Union (BUCTU) wrote to the Ulhasnanagr municipal corporation on Sunday after four staff members of RK Talreja College tested positive for Covid within a span of two days from September 2. The college, however, said all sanitisation and social distancing measures were in place and there was no evidence to trace the infection back to the college. The college administration said its staff members visited the institute once a week to sign the muster, as per Mumbai University guidelines. “The first positive case was detected in September 2 and subsequently the cases increased to four by September 4. The family of one of the teachers also tested positive, instilling fear of community transmission,” BUCTU’s letter stated. The union also claimed the college did not inform the corporation about the cases and that frequent sanitisation was not done. They demanded that the college premises be sealed until it was properly sanitised. In-charge principal Dr Geeta S Menon, refuted the allegations. “Some staff members have tested positive. That does not mean they got infected in college. They were only coming to sign. Does that expose them to Covid? Can you guarantee that they only came to the college? I come to college everyday along with 15-20 nonteaching staff and sit for six hours to complete the regular work,” Menon said. The institute is currently conducting its admission process for the degree and the junior college. “We have a thermal scanner at the gate and the watchman tells everyone to wear a mask. Regular fumigation and adherence to social distancing is strictly followed. A similar complaint was made to the corporation last week too and it was satisfactorily explained,” she said. Menon said she had asked the commissioner to visit the college and inspect the measures in place. “Sanitisation has been conducted regularly since June. We are also concerned about the staff. Teachers have been requested to come to the college once a week. I have to abide by the rules. I have nothing personal against them,” Menon said. The principal said only two staff members come in contact with students everyday day during the admission process, but that they are safe. RELATED NEWSAs salaries dry up, professors on contract in self-financed colleges ...Sep 07, 2020Female professors anxious over lack of space, fear being recordedAug 17, 2020WHO, UNICEF alert of drop in vaccinations during COVID-19 pandemicJul 15, 2020 Ready to Move 2 & 3 Bed Homes From ₹68 L at Kanakapura RoadBrigade GroupMillennial homes @Thanisandra VajramNewtown 2&3bhk @66lac*Vajram NewtownSUMADHURA EDEN GARDEN Off Sai Baba Ashram Rd, WhitefieldSumadhura Eden GardenM.Tech. Data Science & Engg. with BITS PilaniBITS PilaniGalaxy Note20 Ultra 5G: Change the way you work and play.SamsungGet Flat 10% off on themomsco.TIMESPOINTS Shape, trim or shave at home with Philips One Blade.Philips MenPresents the Meanest Monster Ever|Launch 10 Sep, 12noonSamsung Galaxy M513 & 4 BHK luxury homes starting from ₹1.49 Cr in BangaloreVaswani GroupSolve problems, reduce stress & be happy, the ASTROLOGY way.Celebrity AstrologerAll your favourite news in one place, Quor!QuorBook 2/3BHK Homes & Win 25GMS* Gold, On Mysore Rd, B'lore.Pride Group
2020-09-05BJPs Javadekar & NCP chief Sharad Pawar review COVID prep in Pune amid Sena-NCP tiff - Republic World - Republic World
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Apart from them, Deputy CM Ajit Pawar, Health Minister Rajesh Tope and other government officials were present at the meeting. After the meeting, Javadekar announced a fine for not wearing masks in Pune while Dy CM Ajit Pawar announced installing CCTVs in hospitals for relatives to see patients in COVID facilities. Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's tally crosses 40 lakhs; Nana Patole tests COVID positive Javadekar & Pawar review COVID prep in Pune  Fines of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 for not wearing a mask and spitting in public, respectively, to be implemented strictly: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar in Pune, Maharashtra https://t.co/frc8z6fM5Y — ANI (@ANI) September 5, 2020 I have asked officials to install CCTVs inside jumbo COVID Hospital and a TV outside it so that relatives of the patients can at least see their patients inside through TV since they can't enter the hospital: Ajit Pawar, Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra https://t.co/4fYovvplWg — ANI (@ANI) September 5, 2020 Dy CM Ajit Pawar & Fadnavis inaugrate Pune COVID hospital; ex-CM says 'situation worrying' Sena miffed with Pawar over easing Pune lockdown This development comes a day after Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said that Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray was against the 'hasty decision' to lift the lockdown in Pune district. While Thackeray has been cautious in lifting restrictions, Ajit Pawar - who holds sway in Pune - has preferred easing of lockdown to boost economic development. Pawar had inaugurated a COVID-19 Hospital at Pimpri Chinchwad in Pune with ex-CM Devendra Fadnavis on 28 August. Sharad Pawar provides six ambulances for Pune city Fadnavis tours Maharashtra Amid the Sena-NCP tiff,  Fadnavis has toured Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar and Panvel and north Maharashtra, Marathwada, Jalgaon, Nashik and Aurangabad. While CM Uddhav Thackeray has refrained from moving away from Mumbai except on some occasions, the ruling parties have questioned the reason behind Fadnavis' extensive visits. Though CM Thackeray said that one must use technology rather than wasting time roaming around the state, Pawar has urged Thackeray too roam the state to get a grasp of ground reality - but Thackeray has not heeded to it. COVID pandemic likely to continue in next year, second wave in some regions: AIIMS Chief Fadnavis & Ajit Pawar Fadnavis had unsuccessfully partnered with Ajit Pawar to be sworn-in as Maharashtra CM for a mere 72 hours. Ajit Pawar rescinded his support after the Supreme Court ordered an open ballot floor test in the Maharashtra Assembly immediately, leading to Fadnavis and Pawar's resignation.  Uddhav Thackeray was sworn in as the chief minister of Maharashtra on November 28 after Shiv Sena allied with  NCP-Congress to form the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. The BJP-Sena alliance of 35 years fell out over a 50-50 power-sharing and shared CM post, post winning the Maharashtra State polls. With renewed NCP-BJP appearances, questions on the shaky Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition's term have been raised.   First Published: 5th September, 2020 17:41 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 2 hours ago Pune Police reveal what school assemblies & safety measures have in common; see post 18 hours ago Pune civic body says audio clip about medicine shortage false 3 days ago 12 top rowers to attend national camp in Pune from October 1 1 week ago COVID: Prakash Javadekar's new SOPs for filming gets a thumbs up from TV producers 20 hours ago Centre working on rejuvenation of 13 rivers across the country: Prakash Javadekar 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. 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2020-09-04Maharashtra records highest single-day spike of 19,218 COVID cases, fatality rate at 3.01% - Republic World - Republic World
Maharashtra records highest single-day spike of 19,218 COVID cases, fatality rate at 3.01% Last Updated: 4th September, 2020 23:09 IST Maharashtra Records Highest Single-day Spike Of 19,218 COVID Cases, Fatality Rate At 3.01% On Friday, September 4, Maharashtra recorded 19,218 new novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 8,63,062. 378 deaths were reported. Written By Akhil Oka On Friday, September 4, Maharashtra recorded 19,218 new novel coronavirus cases, propelling the state's COVID-19 tally to 8,63,062. At present, there are 2,10,978 active cases in the state. With 13,289 COVID-19 patients discharged in the day, the number of recovered soared to 6,25,773. 378 deaths- 98 from Pune, 40 from Kolhapur, 35 from Pune, 26 from Nagpur, 24 from Sangli, 21 from Ahmednagar, 17 from Pimpri Chinchwad, 16 from Nashik, 12 each from Osmanabad, Satara and Solapur, 10 from Jalgaon, 9 from Latur, 8 from Kalyan-Dombivali, 7 each from Aurangabad and Thane, 6 from Beed, 5 from Yavatmal, 4 each from Navi Mumbai, Palghar, Sindhudurg and Ratnagiri, three each from Jalna and Vasai-Virar, two each from Raigad, Dhule and Washim and one each from Buldhana, Akola, Nanded, Parbhani, Hingoli, Nandurbar, Malegaon, Panvel, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi and Mira Bhayandar were reported on Friday.   Until now, a total of 25,964 persons have died owing to COVID-19. So far, 44,66,249 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus in labs operational across the state. While 14,51,343 persons are under home quarantine, 36,873 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres. The COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate in Maharashtra stands at 19.32%, 72.51%, and 3.01% respectively.  Read: Dharavi's COVID-19 Count Rises By 10 To 2,810 Today, newly 19218 patients have been tested as positive in the state. Also newly 13289 patients have been cured today, totally 625773 patients are cured & discharged from the hospitals Total Active patients are 210978 The patient recovery rate in the state is 72.51%. — Rajesh Tope (@rajeshtope11) September 4, 2020 Read: Shiv Sena Defends Maharashtra Govt Over IPS Transfers Done On 'merit', Slams BJP COVID-19 crisis Currently, there are 39,36,747 confirmed novel coronavirus cases in India out of which 30,37,151 patients have been discharged while 68,472 fatalities have been recorded. At present, there are 8,31,124 active cases. With 66,659 persons recovering from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the country's recovery rate soared to 77.15%%. The number of recovered persons outnumber active cases by more than 22 lakh. The case fatality rate stands at 1.74%. In the past 24 hours, 11,69,765 samples were tested for COVID-19 across the country. So far, India has conducted 4,66,79,145 novel coronavirus tests. The number of labs for COVID-19 testing has increased to 1631 - 1025 in the government sector and 606 in the private sector.  Read: Mumbai Sees COVID Surge With 1929 New Cases; Four Doctors Suspected To Be 're-infected' First Published: 4th September, 2020 23:09 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 2 weeks ago Maharashtra sees record spike of 18,105 COVID-19 cases, recovered toll at 6.12 lakh 2 weeks ago Maharashtra: Over 93,000 cattle affected by LSD; spreads through mosquitoes, flies 2 weeks ago BMC sets up two eco-friendly furnaces at Sion crematorium 2 weeks ago Maharashtra: Students can give final year exam online, result to be declared by October 31 2 weeks ago Maharashtra: Eleven injured in bus-truck collision in Palghar 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 Six Union Ministers condemn attack on RS Dy. Chair by Opposition MPs: 'Shameful & sad' Payal Ghosh's lawyer to file complaint against director Anurag Kashyap Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India's tally crosses 54 lakh; ICMR completes 2nd serosurvey Stoinis Storm in Dubai; Australian powers Delhi to 157 after initial wreckage vs Punjab FOLLOW US twitter facebook instagram youtube DOWNLOAD THE APP © 2020 Republic. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Complaint
2020-09-04Maharashtra records 70,521 Covid-19 cases in first four days of September - Hindustan Times
2020-09-04Ulhasnagar records more than 8,000 coronavirus cases - Mumbai Live
Ulhasnagar records more than 8,000 coronavirus casesUlhasnagar records more than 8,000 coronavirus casesAs of Sep 3, Thursday, 73 new COVID-19 cases and no deaths were reported. On the other hand, coronavirus cases in Mumbai have crossed the 1.5-lakh mark.By Mumbai Live TeamHealth MumbaiSHARESMaharashtra has been fighting against coronavirus for over a few months now, and the state continues to be the most-affected across India. While the number of cases has reduced in Mumbai, other cities across the state have seen an exponential rise, and with the recently released data, four divisions in Maharashtra have more than one-lakh cases.The State Health Department released the update on Thursday, September 3, 2020, which showed that coronavirus cases in Mumbai have crossed the 1.5-lakh mark. Meanwhile, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation also reported more than 8,000 coronavirus cases, with 73 new cases reported in one day. However, no deaths were reported on Thursday, and the death toll for Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) currently stands at 291.More than 18,000 new Covid-19 cases were reported in the state on Thursday, and the total positive cases have now reached 8,43,844.The report also states that Thane division (excluding Mumbai) has a total of 1,96,273 cases. Below mentioned is the data for the division, as of September 3, 2020.Thane - 20,463 (533)TMC - 27,629 (986)Navi Mumbai - 29,802 (664)Kalyan Dombivli - 33,281 (664)Ulhasnagar - 8,049 (291)Bhivandi Nijampur - 4,565 (314)Mira Bhayandar - 13,455 (439)Palghar - 8,925 (153)Vasai Virar - 17,844 (468)Raigad - 18,663 (517)Panvel - 13,597 (296)As of Thursday, 2,05,428 cases were active in the state, out of which 21,439 were from Mumbai and 21,120 were from Thane. More than 6,00,000 patients have after full recovered and discharged, taking the recovery rate to 72.58 per cent in the state.On the other hand, the state fatality rate due to COVID-19 stands at 3.03 per cent, Officials have screened 43,72,697 laboratory samples, of which 19.29 per cent have tested positive till date, and keeping their condition in mind, they are either being subjected to either home or institutional quarantine.Read this story in मराठीRELATED TOPICSulhasnagarcoronavirus outbreakcovid19 pandemicmaharashtrastate health departmentUlhasnagarUlhasnagar municipal corporationcoronavirusCOVID-19  Loading next story...Latest NewsRhea Chakraborty's brother Showik Chakraborty and Samuel Miranda arrestedSC rejects pre-arrest bail plea of PMC bank directorsWestern Maharashtra experiences surge in COVID-19 cases; Thackeray asks to increase contact tracingMMRDA might have to withdraw FD of ₹13,000 croresHow Does a Term Plan Help in Securing Your Family Financially?Instead of playing on Twitter, approach police with evidence: Sanjay Raut tells Kangana RanautAdvertisementCivicMahabaleshwar says 'NO' to guests aged below 10 and above 60Unlock 4.0: BEST witnesses rise in ridership 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)
2020-09-03Covid-19: Maharashtra’s 8 lakh+ count beats 5th worst-hit country - Times of India
Covid-19: Maharashtra’s 8 lakh+ count beats 5th worst-hit countryTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMaharashtra Unlock 4.0Ganesh Visarjan 2020Nalasopara Building CollapseMumbai RainsCovid-19: Maharashtra’s 8 lakh+ count beats 5th worst-hit countryBhavika Jain & Sumitra Debroy | TNN | Sep 3, 2020, 05:36 ISTPicture used for representational purpose onlyMUMBAI: Maharashtra reported its biggest single-day spike of 17,433 Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, taking its total to 8,25,739. On Tuesday, the state had added 15,765 fresh cases and 320 deaths, taking its tally to 8,08,306. The state took seven days to go from 7 lakh to 8 lakh cases. Maharashtra now has more cases than Peru (6,57,129 as on September 1), the fifth most-affected country. The state’s active cases crossed 2 lakh on Wednesday while the toll surpassed 25,000 with the addition of 292 deaths. The state toll of 25,195 accounts for 38% of deaths in India. Mumbai added 1,622 cases and 34 deaths on Wednesday, taking its count to 1,48,569, inching towards the 1.5 lakh mark, and its toll to 7,727. After a dip 2 weeks ago, state’s positivity rate is back to 19%Senior government officials said that after a slight dip in the Covid-19 positivity rate of the state two weeks ago, the positivity rate is back to 19.2%. “This shows the prevalence of the infection and with the addition of a large number of new cases, recovery rate has stagnated to 72.4%,” said a senior official. Of the 292 Covid-19 deaths added in Maharashtra on Wednesday, 201 were from the last 48 hours, 55 from last week and 36 from the period before that, the state update said. BMC’s Suresh Kakani said 50,000 antigen kits will soon be deployed to boost testing numbers in Mumbai although RTPCR would remain the frontline test. “The positivity rate with antigen is just about 4%, whereas that with RT-PCR is much higher. So antigen will be used but in measured numbers,” he said. On Wednesday, Pune circle reported 4,720 cases and 58 deaths, while Mumbai circle reported 4,553 cases and 81 deaths. The total cases in MMR are now 3.4 lakh with 13,007 deaths, while Pune circle has 2.1 lakh cases and 5,314 deaths. Public health minister Rajesh Tope said that there is more focus on the Pune region and that Deputy CM Ajit Pawar was closely monitoring the situation in Pune. “More 29,649, with 648 deaths. Ulhasnagar city reported 24 fresh cases, taking its tally to 7,857, with 230 deaths. Presently in Ulhasnagar, out of 7,857 patients, 7,216 patients have recovered while 411are active. At Bhiwandi, where cases are under control, 33 fresh cases were reported, taking the total to 4,252, with 286 deaths. beds are being added and aggressive testing being carried out in the district,” said Tope. Besides Pune, districts like Nashik, Nagpur, Jalgaon, Solapur and Kolhapur continued to add cases in big numbers. From MMR, Kalyan-Dombivli reported 429 fresh cases and 10 deaths, taking its tally to Eighteen cops from Riot Control Police who were on bandobast duty in Vasai region during Ganeshotsav and Muharram tested positive on Tuesday. The state also reported the highest number of recoveries in a single day. With 13,959 people recovering in a day, total recoveries in the state are now 5.9 lakh. 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2020-09-02COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 24 new cases on Wednesday; situation tense in Ambernath, Badlapur - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 24 new cases on Wednesday; situation tense in Ambernath, BadlapurYou are in an offline modeCOVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 24 new cases on Wednesday; situation tense in Ambernath, BadlapurWritten bySagarika ChoudharySagarika Choudhary / Updated: Sep 2, 2020, 21:14 ISTFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmailPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeRepresentational imageThane: Ulhasnagar reported 24 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,857. Also, with 19 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 7,216 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. The number of active cases now stands at 411 while 230 patients have died of the virus. Out of the 24 new cases, the maximum figure of 12 people tested positive in Ulhasnagar-3, whereas six cases each were reported from Ulhasnagar-4 and Ulhasnagar-5. No new cases came up in Ulhasnagar-1 and Ulhasnagar-2. On the other hand, Ambernath reported 44 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday taking the total number to 5,037. At present, 294 patients are undergoing treatment in and around the city. So far, 190 persons have succumbed to the virus in the Ambernath Municipal Council limits, and 4,553 have recovered. Meanwhile, in Badlapur on Wednesday, 55 persons tested positive for COVID-19, taking the city's tally to 4,343 with 73 deaths. Most of the cases came up in Amardeep, Jadhav Colony, New DP Road, Krishna Heights, Padma Nandanvan Nivas, MHADA Colony and Church Road, while the remaining were from Datta Chowk, Aptewadi, Valivali, Manjarli, Deepali Park, Barrage Road, Pokharkar Nagar, Kharvai, Patil Patilpada, Juveli and Samarth Nagar. So far, 3,905 patients have recovered in Badlapur while 265 are currently undergoing treatment. The fatality rate stands at 1.72 per cent and the recovery rate at 92.03 per cent. 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 Sushantham3 & 4 BHK luxury homes starting from ₹1.49 Cr in BangaloreVaswani GroupBuy Apollo Alpha with 30 days Money back guaranteeApollo TyresAlways stay connected with APC Back UPSAPC by Schneider ElectricBrigade Meadows: Ready to Move In 2 & 3 BHK at Kanakapura RdBrigade GroupPre-Book the Compact SUV - Kia SonetKia Motors India 2/3BHK Homes on Mysore Rd. Vijaynagar Jn @ just 85L OnwardsPride GroupClick to own Mercedes-Benz E-Class from our Online Store!The Mercedes-Benz E-ClassScholarship upto 100%,Study MBA BBA BCom BCA at City CollegeCITY College BANGALORECovid-19 Vaccine and You, That’s all we want!QuorTimes Property Virtual Expo Bengaluru is LIVE NOW!Times Property Virtual ExpoTerm Plan that returns premiums*^ & protects till the age 85Max Life Insurance
2020-09-02COVID-19 latest updates: 78,000 new cases in India; Maharashtra crosses 8 lakh mark - Mumbai Mirror
COVID-19 latest updates: 78,000 new cases in India; Maharashtra crosses 8 lakh markSep 2, 2020, 21.47PMCOVID-19 latest updates: 78,000 new cases in India; Maharashtra crosses 8 lakh markMaharashtra on Tuesday reported 15,765 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the overall coronavirus cases in the state to 8.8 lakh. There are 1.98 lakh active cases, while 5.84 lakh patients have recovered. With 320 fatalities, the toll has surged to 24,903. As many as 1,142 fresh COVID-19 positive cases reported in Mumbai While over 7,500 people have lost their lives, 20,065 active patients are taking treatment. India's COVID-19 case tally has crossed 37 lakh mark with 78,375 new COVID-19 positive cases.Key HighlightsShow MoreLive UpdatesOoops.. At least one check box should be ticked.FILTER UPDATESText and SocialPhotosVideos2020-09-02 21:47(IST) COVID-19 Tracker: Ulhasnagar reports 24 new cases on Wednesday; situation tense in Ambernath, BadlapurUlhasnagar reported 24 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, and with that, the total number of positive cases in the region has surged to 7,857. Also, with 19 recoveries on Wednesday, as many as 7,216 patients have been fully cured and discharged, informed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Read more2020-09-02 21:21(IST) Figures from MaharashtraMaharashtra reports 17,433 new COVID-19 cases, 13,959 recoveries and 292 deaths, taking active cases to 2,01,703, recoveries to 5,98,496 and death toll to 25,195: State Health Department2020-09-02 20:55(IST) Neymar tests positiveParis Saint-Germain forward Neymar, the world's most expensive footballer, has tested positive for coronavirus, sources told AFP on Wednesday.The 28-year-old Brazilian has Covid-19 as well as his Argentinian teammates Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes, the same anonymous sources said.2020-09-02 20:33(IST) A failure in treatment protocol?Pune District Administration asks Sasoon Hospital Dean to investigate if there was a failure in treatment protocol… https://t.co/zpgsCOAW5N— ANI (@ANI) 15990581970002020-09-02 19:53(IST) Dadar records 53 new COVID-19 cases today; tally climbs to 2,640Dadar reported 53 fresh coronavirus cases on Wednesday (September 2), taking the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in the area to 2,640. As per official data, 95 new cases were reported from G/North ward today. Out of which, the most number of cases have been detected from Dadar. Also, Dadar now has the highest active coronavirus cases in the G/North ward that includes Dharavi, Dadar, and Mahim. Read more2020-09-02 19:32(IST) Figures from Karnataka9,860 new COVID-19 cases (3,420 in Bengaluru), 6,287 recoveries and 113 deaths reported in Karnataka in the last 24… https://t.co/ZwqYCJ1kSW— ANI (@ANI) 15990525830002020-09-02 19:07(IST) Delhi reports 2,509 new COVID-19 cases,19 deaths todayDelhi on Wednesday reported 2,509 COVID-19 cases, taking the overall count of coronavirus cases in the national capital to 1,79,569, read a bulletin from the Delhi Government.The bulletin further stated that there are 16,502 active cases in the national capital.As many as 1,858 patients have recovered/discharged/migrated taking the cumulative to 1,58,586 today.The number of deaths due to COVID-19 in Delhi stands at 4,481 after 19 people succumbed to the highly contagious virus on Wednesday.2020-09-02 18:40(IST) Kalyan-Dombivli report 429 new cases on WednesdayThe twin townships of Kalyan and Dombivli reported as many as 429 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. The total number of cases in the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) limits stands at 29,224. Among these, 25,887 persons have been fully cured and discharged, while 3,114 patients are currently undergoing treatment. So far, 648 people have succumbed to the virus in the KDMC limits.2020-09-02 18:30(IST) Gurugram hospital facilitates India's first successful lung transplant on COVID survivorAn active professional from Ghaziabad was amongst the small percentage of the population infected with severe COVID-19 being treated at the critical unit of Artemis Hospitals, Gurugram. With each passing day, it became difficult for him and his family as his condition started deteriorating.He had undergone an entire plethora of management right from medicinal therapy, high oxygen demand, ventilator requirement, tracheostomy. He was initially admitted in the COVID dedicated ICU where he recovered from the acute illness after aggressive treatment and finally tested negative. Despite the best efforts over 6 weeks, it was unable to bring him out of ventilation due to severely damaged (Fibrosed) lungs as part of Post-COVID-19 sequelae.2020-09-02 18:22(IST) Maharashtra to not resume Metro servicesGovernment of Maharashtra has decided not to resume operation of metro rail services in September. Mumbai Line-1 an… https://t.co/7olCFN5zQn— ANI (@ANI) 15990511110002020-09-02 18:21(IST) 2,066 fresh cases push Jharkhand's COVID-19 tally to 43,835Jharkhand's COVID-19 caseload roseto 43,835 on Wednesday as 2,066 more people tested positive for the infection, while five fresh fatalities pushed the state's coronavirus death toll to 428, a health bulletin said.Ranchi district reported the highest number of new cases at 951, followed by East Singhbhum (246), Bokaro (203) and Giridih (155), it said.Three fresh fatalities were registered in East Singhbhum and one each in Dhanbad and Sahibganj districts, the bulletin said.2020-09-02 18:16(IST) Health team prevented from taking samples in Haryana, kits burntHealth officials were allegedly stopped and medical kits burnt when they went to take samples of contacts of a coronavirus patient in Haryana's Fatehabad district, police said on Wednesday.The Health Department team had gone to Nakta village on Tuesday to take samples of a family after a member had tested positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), police said.They were prevented and the samples were not given. Some more people gathered there and they also did not let the team perform its duty, according to a complaint by the health officials.2020-09-02 18:16(IST) Drug ring accused in NCB net tests positive for Covid-19A drug peddler arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) from the beach village of Calangute in Goa during a probe into an international curated-marijuana racket, tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday, sources said.According to a NCB press statement on Tuesday, accused F. Ahmed worked as a driver at a resort in Goa and also worked as a mule and transported the designer drugs to a "prominent receiver" in Bengaluru.The drugs would find their way into Page 3 parties, where celebrities were in attendance.2020-09-02 18:09(IST) Health Ministry issues SOPs, guidelines while conducting exams amid coronavirus pandemicThe Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday released Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) on preventive measures to be followed while conducting examinations to contain the spread of coronavirus. Despite protests from some quarters for postponement of the exam (which had already been deferred twice), the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)-Mains for admission to engineering colleges began on Tuesday (September 1). NEET 2020 will be held on September 13. Click here for the guidelines2020-09-02 16:26(IST) Odisha reports 3,219 new COVID-19 casesOdisha on Tuesday reported 3,219 coronavirus cases, taking the total number of positive cases to 1,09,780 in the state, the health department said."Odisha reports 3,219 COVID-19 cases, 3,484 recoveries and 11 deaths as on September 1. The total number of cases now stands at 1,09,780 including 80,770 recoveries, 28,443 active cases and 514 deaths," according to the state's Health Department.Among the news cases, the highest number of positive cases were reported from Cuttack at 400, while the least number of cases were detected in Balangir at 10.As many as 51,245 samples were tested on Tuesday, which includes -- 7,685 RT-PCR, and 43,476 Antigen and 84 Truenat.2020-09-02 15:49(IST) Maharashtra minister meets Governor to discuss final year varsity examsMaharashtra Minister Uday Samanton Wednesday met Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to discuss the issue of conducting final year university examinations in light of the Supreme Court's order about the same.The minister of higher and technical education called on Koshyari at Raj Bhavan here and was accompanied by minister of state Prajakt Tanpure, an official release stated.Upholding the Universities Grants Commission's guidelines, the Supreme Court had last week held that no state and university can promote students in the final year/terminal semester without holding examinations.2020-09-02 15:38(IST) Tripura reports record 566 new COVID-19 cases, 5 more deathsTripura on Wednesday reportedits highest single-day spike of 566 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 12,722, an official said.Five more people died in the state, following which the toll rose to 118, he said.There are 4,667 active cases in the state at present, the official of the Health Department said.So far, 7,847 people have recovered from the disease and 20 patients migrated to other states, he added.Tripura has tested over 2.77 lakh samples for COVID-19 so far, the official said.2020-09-02 15:25(IST) 50% rise in active COVID-19 cases in Delhi in a monthThe number of active COVID-19 cases in Delhi increased by around 50 percent in a month, with the city witnessing a marked uptick in new cases, according to government data.There were 10,596 active COVID-19 cases on August 1. The number increased to 15,870 on Tuesday, an analysis of Delhi government's health bulletins showed.The number of active COVID-19 cases peaked to 28,329 on June 27. It tapered off to 10,705 active cases by July 31.On August 4, it dropped below the 10,000-mark for the first time since May 30 and stood at 9,897, owing to a good recovery rate and less new cases.2020-09-02 14:10(IST) New Zealand reports five new Covid-19 casesNew Zealand on Wednesday reported five new coronavirus cases -- two in managed isolation facilities and three linked to the Auckland cluster -- taking the overall infections in the country to 1,406.Of the two cases, one is a woman in her 30s who arrived from Dubai on August 28 and the other one is a child who landed in New Zealand from Uzbekistan via Dubai also on the same day, Xinhua news agency quoted the Health Ministry as syaing.Both patients were transferred to the Auckland quarantine facility, it added.The three community cases are all epidemiologically linked to the Mount Roskill Evangelical Church, which has been genomically linked to the larger Auckland cluster.2020-09-02 14:05(IST) Vinesh Phogat recovers from COVID-19, tests negative twiceIndia's top woman wrestler Vinesh Phogat has recovered from coronavirus, returning negative tests twice, but remains in isolation for precautionary purpose.The 24-year-old could not receive her 'Khel Ratna' as she tested positive just ahead of the virtual National Sports Awards ceremony on August 29."I underwent a second COVID-19 test yesterday (Tuesday) and am happy to report that I have received a negative result," Vinesh tweeted.The only woman wrestler to have qualified for Tokyo Olympics, Vinesh said she would prefer to be in isolation for some time."While this is great news, I will be remaining in isolation as a precautionary measure a big thank you to everyone for your prayers."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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2020-09-02Thane coronavirus tally crosses 125,000; Palghar nears 25,000-mark - Business Standard
Thane coronavirus tally crosses 125,000; Palghar nears 25,000-mark The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane crossed 125,000 on Wednesday after 1,175 more people tested positive for the disease in the Maharashtra district Topics Coronavirus | Thane | Maharashtra Press Trust of India  |  Thane/Palghar  Last Updated at September 2, 2020 11:56 IST Follow us on email this article Message: Recipients' Email: Type address separated by commas Your Email: Enter the characters shown in the image. Send me a copy:   https://mybs.in/2YQD8xu A health worker in personal protective equipment (PPE) collects a nasal sample from a girl for Covid-19 test at a health centre, amid the spread of the disease. ALSO READ Maharashtra: Kalyan, Navi Mumbai have over 3,000 active Covid-19 cases Nagaland has more recoveries than new Covid cases for ninth straight day Maharashtra Police reports 106 new Covid-19 cases, two more deaths Five more test Covid-19 positive in Mumbai's Dharavi; active cases at 77 Chhattisgarh records 557 new Covid-19 cases; total count rises to 20,771 The number of COVID-19 cases in Thane crossed 1.25 lakh on Wednesday after 1,175 more people tested positive for the disease in the Maharashtra district, officials said. Besides, the COVID-19 tally in neighbouring Palghar district reached close to 25,000-mark, they said. In Thane, 1,175 new cases were reported on Tuesday, taking the total count to 1,25,352, a district official said. The district also reported 27 more deaths, taking the total number of fatalities to 3,577, he said. 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2020-09-01Mumbai University stretches deadline to September 10 as colleges find filling seats tough - Times of India
Mumbai University stretches deadline to September 10 as colleges find filling seats toughTop Searches:Coronavirus cases in MumbaiMaharashtra Unlock 4.0Mumbai Corona UpdateMaharashtra Corona CasesMaharashtra Final Year ExamsMumbai University stretches deadline to September 10 as colleges find filling seats toughHemali Chhapia | TNN | Sep 1, 2020, 08:28 ISTMumbai UniversityMUMBAI: With several colleges struggling to fill seats even after declaring a fourth list, Mumbai University has extended the admission deadline to September 10. This year, admission season has been challenging for colleges, especially mid-level ones. Even the city’s bluechip colleges, which usually close admission after the first round and have a slim second list, ran admission counters till the fourth list. “It’s a trying period for colleges like ours, where admissions are slow and students can’t afford to pay fees,” said Ritika Hemdev, incharge principal of Sinhgad College of Commerce. At their Chandivli campus, only 43 out of the 120 FYBCom seats and 23 of the 60 BMS seats have been filled. At R K Talreja College, Thane, of 960 seats in first year commerce, 412 are empty. In Arts, merely 96 students have taken admission and 264 seats are vacant. In Science, 63 of 120 seats are yet to be filled. Vedanta College, Ulhasnagar, which has 240 seats in the first year commerce, has managed to fill 82; in BCom (accounts and finance), 101 seats are empty, six and 12 out of 60 each in banking and insurance and BSc (IT) respectively are taken. “Our hostels are empty. Students from Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana, and many other states are not yet back,” said TA Shiware, chairman of the Mumbai Association of Non-Government Colleges. Till about 20 days ago, Chetana College had 50% vacancies. “We started calling up students. Those who could not pay fees were given loans at zero interest, and concessions were also offered,” said principal MP Joshi. Colleges are even allowing students to pay when they can. Kirti College principal DV Pawar said, “About 10-12% students have requested delayed payments. 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2020-09-01Navi Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar to soon get COVID-19 jumbo centres with 5,000 beds - Free Press Journal
Navi Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Mira-Bhayandar, Ulhasnagar to soon get COVID-19 jumbo centres with 5,000 bedsBy FPJ Web DeskCMO Maharashtra/ Twitter With the rise in coronavirus cases, the state authorities will set up COVID-19 jumbo centres in Navi Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Mira-Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar.According to a report by Mumbai Mirror, the state authorities will set up COVID-19 jumbo centres with 5,000 additional beds in these satellite 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 per the report, BMC officials and medical experts who helped set up jumbo centres in Mumbai are guiding the municipal corporations of Navi Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Mira-Bhayandar and Ulhasnagar.Also ReadCoronavirus in Mumbai: BMC to shift all asymptomatic patients from hospitals to its half empty Covid centresOf the total 8 circles, the Mumbai circle (MMR) saw fatalities rising by 68 to 12,839 and with 3,171 new infectees, the total cases went up to 334,218. The MMR, which includes Mumbai city and Thane, has till now reported 3,34,218 cases and 12,839 deaths.The MMR includes Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Panvel, Vasai-Virar, Mira-Bhayander, Bhiwandi-Nizampur and Ulhasnagar.Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally rose to 7,92,541 on Monday with the addition of 11,852 new cases, while 184 patients succumbed to the infection, 32 of them in Mumbai, the health department said. On Sunday, the state had reported 16,408 cases.With the 184 new deaths reported on Monday, the state's fatality count rose to 24,583, it said. The department said of the 184 deaths reported on Monday, 143 were from the past 48 hours, while 32 from last week. (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) ThaneDombivalikalyannavi mumbaiMira-BhayandarCoronavirus Recent StoriesIn pictures: How Girgaum's Chandanwadi Ganesh Mandal bid adieu to BappaRelease Dr Kafeel Khan immediately, HC directs Yogi government Mumbai: Sombre farewell to Bappa this yearSushant Singh Rajput Death: CBI quizzes Rhea Chakraborty's parents, hotelier questioned by EDED mulls action against Kerala govt for refusal to part with sensitive records in gold smuggling case 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
2020-09-01Thane: Barvi dam overflows as heavy rains hit the city - Free Press Journal
Thane: Barvi dam overflows as heavy rains hit the city By Priyanka DhomsePicture for representation Thane: The water level at Barvi dam overflowed on Monday as the dam's water storage reaches 100 percent. All doors of the dam were opened on Monday leading to a discharge of over 2,000 cusecs of water.Following the same, the Thane collectorate has issued an alert to villages located near the dam area. "On Monday, all 10 doors of the dam were opened after it overflows with the discharge of 2,000 to 2,500 cusecs of water. Accordingly, the 9-10 villages located close to dam areas were issued with an alert notice. However, as of now, there is no flood-like situation in nearby villages of the dam," said an official from Thane collectorate department. Also ReadHeavy rains batter Thane; Masunda lake overflows The dam has reached its maximum storage level late as compared to last year. Similarly, in 2019, the dam overflowed in the first week of August. "Due to late arrival of monsoon this year, till the first week of August water storage at the dam was only up to 50 percent. However, after continuous heavy showers in the following days, the water storage has reached up to 100 percent by overflowing, within the span of around 25 days," added the official. According to the official, last week the water level of the Barvi dam had reached close to its overflow level, which is 71.95 metres; while the dam overflowed at 72.6 metres. The dam gates automatically open once it reaches the level of 72.2 metres.The Barvi dam is situated on the Barvi river near Badlapur in Thane district. It is the major water source to various municipal corporations and councils that come under the jurisdiction of Thane district including cities like Thane, Kalyan-Dombivli, Bhiwandi, Mira-Bhayander, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, and Badlapur.Also ReadNavi Mumbai: Amid heavy rainfall, NMMC’s Morbe Dam nears capacity; officials hope for overflow (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) ThaneBadlapurBarvi damBarvi River Recent StoriesIn pictures: How Girgaum's Chandanwadi Ganesh Mandal bid adieu to BappaRelease Dr Kafeel Khan immediately, HC directs Yogi government Mumbai: Sombre farewell to Bappa this yearSushant Singh Rajput Death: CBI quizzes Rhea Chakraborty's parents, hotelier questioned by EDED mulls action against Kerala govt for refusal to part with sensitive records in gold smuggling case trending About UsEditorial PolicyCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP

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Nitin Lulla      [ 2012-02-01 ]
Jaise mumbai bahar se khubsoorat hai or Andar se utna hi ganda or worst hai, waise hi ulhasnagar b lookiwise acha hota ja raha hai but uski tarah andar se ganda or khatrnak b ho raha hai..
ajusudhir      [ 2012-01-24 ]
I LOVE ULHASNAGER
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kindly control the street dog... in ulhasnagar 1
Lalu      [ 2011-12-25 ]
Please clear the illegal Parkig of 2 lines of Trucks Parked on both sides of road at Vithalwaadi Rly. station raod, near kajal Petrol Pump, Ulhasnagar-3.
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