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India's Covid tally tops 3cr, last 1cr in record 50 days

Previous Fastest Rise Of 1Cr Cases Was In US

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 23, 2021

Covid-hit IHCL may raise equity

Mumbai: Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), which runs the Taj chain, may consider raising equity to help it deal with the impact of the coronavirus that brought room occupancies down to 38% in April this year. The last time IHCL raised equity was in 2017 in the form of a rights issuance.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 23, 2021

Golfer Lahiri clinches final spot at Olympics

Bengaluru: Ace Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri got an early birthday present in the form of a spot at the Tokyo Olympics.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 23, 2021

Pawar makes ‘blink & miss' appearance at oppn meeting

New Delhi: The host of Tuesday's meeting of the Rashtra Manch, NCP patriarch Sharad Pawar made a blink and miss appearance for a group photo before retreating indoors and leaving it to others to face the media.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 23, 2021

UN says Great Barrier Reef ‘in danger'. Oz disagrees

THE GREAT RIFT: Australia called the recommendation by the UN panel ‘politically motivated’. China chairs the Unesco committee

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 23, 2021

Washout And A Few Tell-Tail Signs

Team Needs More Runs From Nos. 8-11 In England

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 22, 2021

M&As Help India Record 5th Highest FDI Inflows

New Delhi: Mergers and acquisitions (M&A), especially in the technology space, made India the fifth largest foreign direct investment (FDI) recipient in 2020, despite a 19% fall in funds flowing into greenfield projects coming up in the country, latest data released by UNCTAD showed.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 22, 2021

India's Daily Cases Dip Below 50k After 91 Days

Deaths Under 1k, At 70-Day Low

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 22, 2021

CBSE To SC: Optional Board Exams Between Aug 15-Sept 15

New Delhi: CBSE on Monday told the Supreme Court that optional Class XII Board examinations for students not satisfied with their assessment would be held any time between August 15 and September 15, subject to the situation being conducive.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 22, 2021

Total Doses Per 100 Is 19.6 Against UK's 108.7

India’s Vaccination Record Has Been Middling Among 30 Most Populous Nations

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 22, 2021

2 boys drown in same pond in Yeoor jungle

A search operation in the pond where two boys drowned on Sunday

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 21, 2021

2nd FIR in vax scam; vials fake, bought from outside the city?

Six people have been booked for the ‘fake’ vax camp at Hiranandani Heritage

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 21, 2021

Abhishek Singh's Initiative Launches Drive-In Covid Vaccination Centres Across The Country

Abhishek Singh efforts

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 21, 2021

Fancied Women's Archery Team Fails To Qualify For Olympics

World Cup Champs Lose To Colombia

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 21, 2021

Soviets Denied Anthrax Lab Leak. Truth Came Out A Decade Later

The accident and a subsequent cover-up have renewed relevance as scientists search for the origins of Covid-19

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 21, 2021

Invisible heroes of Alibaug make best of changing waste economy

Mumbai: Every day, Shah Mohammed cycles through the bylanes of Alibag, balancing enormous gunny bags with the ease of an acrobat. He periodically stops to pick up soft drink cans, plastic packaging, pieces of mangled metal—the detritus of daily life—and pedals on, whistling to himself. His final stop is a courtyard centred around a giant weighing scale resembling a Subodh Gupta installation. Here, his brother Aish Mohammed separates and neatly stacks the material before it is trucked off to places where garbage is turned into gold.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 20, 2021

Revival of ancient SoBo tank brings back pond animals

The turtles and the fish are perhaps feeling a bit cramped. The small tanks which temporarily hold them are no substitute for their bigger habitat, the ancient tank or pond on which the iconic two-storeyed, rectangular Juma Masjid near Crawford Market stands. The 222-year-old, 8 ft deep talao, accessed by masonry steps and used for ritual wazu or ablutions before the namaz, has been cleaned of its water, fish and turtles for the first time in three decades.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 20, 2021

Much to learn from Milkhaji, he had the spirit of a champion: Prasoon

Milkha Singh, nicknamed The Flying Sikh, passed away on Friday after a month of battling COVID. His wife, former India volleyball captain, Nirmal Kaur, had succumbed to COVID just days before. The legendary athlete was a four-time Asian Games gold medallist and the 1958 Commonwealth Games champion, but his greatest performance was not a podium finish — fourth place in the 400m final of the 1960 Rome Olympics. However, his timing at the Italian capital remained the national record for 38 years. Prasoon Joshi, who wrote Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, and the film’s lead Farhan Akhtar remember the legend:

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 20, 2021

Traders Like ‘Jab All, Work Longer' Rule, But Covid Threat Stays

Mumbai: BMC’s plan to allow companies to work longer if staff are fully vaccinated was welcomed but health experts said the entire anti-Covid drill of masking and maintaining social distance cannot be abandoned for long.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 20, 2021

3 Things Nailed Pulwama Mastermind: Adidas Jacket, Kashmiri Lover, And A Damaged Mobile

It had been six months since the Pulwama attack that killed 40 CRPF jawans on February 14, 2019, but Rakesh Balwal, the Jammu and Kashmir head of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) tasked with the probe, was getting nowhere. Intelligence agencies had no clue that the mastermind of the attack, Masood Azhar’s nephew Umar Farooq, had crossed over into Kashmir or that he had been killed in an encounter just a month after Pulwama. So what led the NIA to join the dots? Interestingly, it was Umar Farooq’s love for two things—sportswear, and a Kashmiri woman.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 20, 2021

Milkha takes his final lap, aged 91

Legend Succumbs To Covid Five Days After Wife Nirmal

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 19, 2021

PIO judge first person of colour to be nominated to Canada SC

Ottawa: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau on Thursday made history by nominating the first judge of colour to sit on the country’s Supreme Court, which has only ever had white justices in its 146-year existence.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 19, 2021

Co-founder of Grofers exits amid Zomato funding buzz

Bengaluru: Online grocery platform Grofers’ co-founder Saurabh Kumar is leaving the firm, eight years after co-founding it with Albinder Dhindsa.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 19, 2021

Pvt hosps in city seek 20 lakh doses. State govt to hand over list to Centre

Mumbai: The city’s private hospitals have submitted a demand for nearly 20 lakh doses of Covid vaccine to Brihanmumbai municipal corporation (BMC).

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 19, 2021

Single-Dose Cocktail Is Helping Patients Recover Faster: Doctors

Six Patients In 4 Hospitals Show Improvement

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 19, 2021

1st crew boards China's space station

Jiuquan: Three Chinese astronauts on Thursday flew to an unfinished space station in China’s first crewed mission since 2016, expanding the country’s already growing near-Earth presence and challenging US leadership in orbital space.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 18, 2021

India Collapse After Shafali, Smriti Heroics

Reminding everyone about a certain Virender Sehwag with her bold and exciting strokeplay, teenage sensation Shafali Verma fell just four runs short of a well-deserved century on Test debut.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 18, 2021

Putin Praises Summit Result, Calls Biden A Tough Negotiator

Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday praised the outcome of his summit with US President Biden and called him an astute and shrewd negotiator.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 18, 2021

Test For Sena: Cog, BJP To Oppose Property Tax Hike

Mumbai: The BMC’s bid to hike property tax by 14% has turned into a political hot potato with Congress and BJP saying they would vote against the proposal, putting the ruling Shiv Sena in a tough spot barely six months before civic elections.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 18, 2021

Private Hosps Submit Data On Vax Stocks, Requirement

Mumbai: Private hospitals have to reveal their vaccine stocks to the Brihan Mumbai municipal corporation (BMC) and try to exhaust them at the earliest by vaccinating more, civic chief IS Chahal said on Thursday.

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The Times of India Mumbai
June 18, 2021

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