DELHI HC PLEA SEEKS APPROPRIATE ACTION
CORONAVIRUS SPREAD FROM NIZAMUDDIN EVENT
India's Biggest Isolation Facility Planned At Seven-Hills
Taking into consideration the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the city, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the state government are now planning to set up the biggest isolation ward in India in Mumbai.
3-day Infant Is Youngest Coronavirus Patient
Baby boy’s mother too is positive; father says they were never told a coronavirus patient was occupant of the private room where his wife was admitted
Dharavi Is On Corona Radar
First death from Asia’s largest slum; 191 areas or buildings across city are now deemed ‘contaminated.’
Corona Is Worst Crisis Since WWII: UN
The coronavirus pandemic is the most challenging crisis the world has faced since World War II, one that is killing people and will also lead to an economic recession without any parallel in the recent past, according to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
QUARANTINED PEOPLE NOW FEEL NEGLECTED
Nine persons admitted to the newly created quarantine facility in the municipal training centre building in Powai have complained that the civic body has not deployed any housekeeping staff in the building
Trump hopes to hold deaths down to 100,000
Makeshift morgues pop up in New York Central Park
Corona cures you must not believe
FAKE WORLD OF WHATSAPP
Traffic Snarls, Waterlogging: Order Of The Day
As Mumbai witnessed incessant rains on Wednesday, what followed was traffic snarls due to waterlogging across the city. With intense spells, the city police cautioned citizens by posting updates on Twitter handle.
Smith Holds Firm In Ashes Return
Steve Smith marked his Test return after suffering concussion by helping Australia recover from the early loss of their openers on the first day of the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
Runway To Nowhere
A Delhi-bound Indigo flight with several passengers on board was stranded at the Mumbai airport runway on Wednesday for more than seven hours.
Rain Badly Hits Rail Services
Suburban services on all the four lines—Western, Central, Harbour and Transharbour—was badly affected after the heavy rain forced the railway authorities to temporarily suspend a few train services and cancel the express trains.
‘Red’ alert for Mumbai; schools closed today in city and Thane
Less Footfalls At Ganesh Mandals
The third day of the Ganpati festival witnessed among the lowest footfalls, with the downpour and the waterlogging holding the devotees back.
Indian Spares For Russian Army
India will manufacture spare parts for Russian military equipment, in a significant development aimed at converting the decades-old buyer-seller relationship into one of collaboration.
Extradition Bill To Be Withdrawn: HK Leader
An extradition bill that triggered three months of unprecedented pro-democracy rallies in Hong Kong will be withdrawn, the city's leader announced Wednesday, bowing to one of the protesters' five key demands.
Endgame For Federer
Lowest-ranked Dimitrov stuns 20-time Grand Slam winner to reach semis; Serena slams ton.
City's Myrah Wears Chess Crown
Myrah Suchdev, of Mumbai City emerged champion, winning the girl’s under-6 crown in the prestigious Maharashtra State Schools Chess Championship 2019, which concluded in Aurangabad recently.
Ram-Lakhan To Reunite
Jackie Shroff, Anil Kapoor come together for Subhash Ghai’s hilarious crime story
Oil Demand Will Thrive For Two Decades More: BPCL
BPCL lines up Rs 1.10 lakh crore investment in the next five years
Despite a series of confidence building steps announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to revive private investment, investor confidence remains subdued. Neither the transfer of the RBI reserves, nor the ‘big bank’ theory of the government, has brought much cheer.
Maha, K'taka Tie-up For Dam Management
Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday met his Maharashtra counterpart Devendra Fadnavis here and the two decided to form a high- level committee for better dam management to avoid flood situation in parts of the two states.
French Director Slams Saaho Makers
If you steal my work, do it properly, says Jerome Salle
Firebird For IAF
First lot of American Apache chopper arrives
Karan says father Sunny Deol’s downs were emotionally taxing for him
Cong Trouble-Shooter Held
Just weeks after Congress trouble-shooter DK Shivakumar bitterly and often maliciously took on the BJP on the floor of the Assembly during the confidence vote moved by former chief minister HD Kumraswamy, the Enforcement Directorate dug up some old cases against him and had him arrested on Tuesday evening.
Another Comprehensive Conquest
The win in the second match not only puts India on top of World Test Championship points table but makes Virat Kohli the most successful Indian captain of all time.
4 Dead In ONGC Unit Blaze
Industrial disasters are happening in Maharashtra with an uncanny regularity.
Tree Authority Nod To Axing Of 2,238 Trees
The Tree Authority has approved a proposal to axe 2,238 trees for the construction of Metro 3 car shed in Aarey Colony, Goregaon.
A key question that is bothering economists of all hues is whether or not the slowdown in the Indian economy is structural or cyclical.