The travel history of all international passengers would be verified through their passports on arrival and would be required to proffer their travel history of the past 15 days. All international passengers arriving at the airport will be examined for symptoms of Covid-19.
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‘Abide With Me' left out of lineup
Abide With Me, a decades-old staple tune at the Beating Retreat ceremony and said to be a favourite of Mahatma Gandhi, does not figure in the lineup announced by the government on Saturday for the January 29 musical extravaganza that will feature a raft of military bands marking the end of Republic Day celebrations.
SP chief makes Karhal poll fray entry official
The Samajwadi Party (SP) on Saturday announced that party chief Akhilesh Yadav will contest his first Uttar Pradesh assembly election from the party's stronghold of Karhal in Mainpuri.
Shah returns to the forefront of UP campaign with Kairana visit
Starting with a door-to-door campaign in Kairana, a constituency that has figured prominently in the Bharatiya Janata Party's election discourse in Uttar Pradesh, Union home minister Amit Shah has signalled he is back in the saddle in the poll-bound state.
Nadda reviews election preparations in Bijnor
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda on Friday took stock of the preparations for the upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, in a meeting with party leaders in Bijnor district.
Blaze in Mumbai high-rise: 6 killed, several battle for life
A massive fire gutted a flat on the 19th floor of the 20-storey Kamala building in Mumbai on Saturday.
Weekend, night curfews stay; offices can reopen
NEW DELHI: Private offices have been allowed to reopen with 50% on-site staff from next week but the weekend and night curfews will continue in the Capital, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority announced on Friday, notwithstanding a request from the city's elected government that sought these curbs to be rolled back on the back of a sustained fall in the number of cases.
Proteas stroll to series victory
Rishabh Pant's 85 goes in vain as middle order collapses again, allowing South Africa to clinch a 7-wkt win
HINDI CINEMA IS STILL TRYING TO FIND ITS GROUND, FEELS RAASHII
Raashii Khanna shares how Bollywood differs from other film industries in India
Govt cracks down on 35 YouTube channels
NEW DELHI: The ministry of information and broadcasting issued orders to take down 35 Pakistan-based YouTube channels and two websites for "spreading anti-India fake news in a coordinated manner over digital media", exercising powers granted to it under the new information and technology rules.
A symbol of indebtedness:Grand Netaji statue at India Gate, says PM
NEW DELHI: Ahead of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's 125th birth anniversary, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday announced that a grand statue of the iconic freedom fighter will be installed at India Gate "a symbol of India's indebtedness to him".
Cook Your Anxiety Away
Rachel Levin and Tara Duggan, authors of Steamed: A Catharsis Cookbook for Getting Dinner and Your Feelings on Your Table, help readers find emotional release in the kitchen.
Move More, Move Differently
The more you move your body, the healthier you probably are, mentally and physically.
Cost of Hancock bridge rebuilding to rise by ₹1̀1cr
Cost of reconstructing Hancock bridge, near Sandhurst Road station, will cost BMC Rs 11 crore more — up from the earlier Rs 75 crore, according to minutes of a meeting accessed by TOI. To get around the extra cost, BMC plans to invite fresh tenders for the extra work that needs to be done.
No Wed bump in city cases, BMC expects <1K in Jan-end
In keeping with the Wednesday effect when the week’s highest caseload is registered, the state recorded 43,697 cases on Wednesday, an 11.5% rise in the last 24 hours.
City logs 11 deaths, highest toll in 6 months
Mumbai The city witnessed a marginal dip in the number of Covid positive cases, after recording 10,661 new patients and 11 deaths on Saturday.
Covid funds used, BMC looks at rainy-day kitty for ₹3̀00cr
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) spent around Rs 1,300 crore on fighting the Covid-19 pandemic this year.
BMC to NGT: Unable to access Powai lake, walkway is a must
The BMC has complained to the National Green Tribunal, Pune, that it has been “virtually prevented” from accessing the Powai lakefront by the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, the Hotel Renaissance and other private lessees. It further alleged the existing kuchcha pathway along the hotel compound wall is being used by lumpen elements and drug abusers.
State seeks monitoring of at-home Covid test kits, reporting of results
Worried about Covid cases going unreported, the state has asked districts and civic corporations to monitor the sale of at-home testing kits and ensure that people using them report test results to the authorities.
Mumbai records 11,647 fresh cases, 4th straight day of fall
THE DOWNWARD spiral of Covid cases continued for the fourth day running in Mumbai with the city registering 11,647 cases on Tuesday.
Park care contracts to go to cos that bid 40% below estimates
Mumbai: The BMC has had to blink and finally clear tenders for the maintenance of parks and gardens to companies that have bid close to 40% below the BMC’s estimated costs.