IN view of rising Covid-19 cases, Maharashtra government is thinking of curtailing local train services, shutting down malls and weekly markets for a while.
Vijay Wadettiwar, relief and rehabilitation minister, said that positive cases are rising in Mumbai and the government is planning to stop certain services which had been restarted a few weeks ago.
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Creating Match Situations In Training To Make Up For Cancelled Events: Sindhu
THE lack of competitions before the Olympics is a major concern for Indian shuttlers but not so much for PV Sindhu, who trusts her Korean coach Park Tae Sang to create match situations for her in training itself.
Rains Increase Dam Levels
Rains caused by cyclonic storm Tauktae has helped increase water level in various dams in the district.
Tauktae: Rain Abates, But Misery Continues In KL; 4,712 In Relief Camps
Fishing ban to be in effect till further notice as squally weather set to continue till Tuesday
Assuming Power In The Time Of Great Adversity
Unlike previous govts, this DMK govt took charge knowing well of the biggest adversity that it would face this term. A look at its efforts to combat pandemic so far
Chaos At Nehru Stadium For Remdesivir
EMOTIONS ran high on Sunday night as over 300 people started to gather at Nehru stadium to get remdesivir vials without knowing the recent update from the government.
WFI mulls Europe trip for Oly-bound wrestlers
HARD quarantine norms forced the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) to cancel a proposed national camp for eight Olympic-bound wrestlers at SAI centre in Sonepat, Haryana. The wrestlers will now train in Poland, Hungary and Turkey apart from competing in two international events before the Tokyo Olympics.
SHOPS SHUT EARLY; POLICE USE DRONES
The state police have intensified the lockdown crackdown as the number of cases registered rose from 10,502 on Wednesday to 21,353 on Friday.
Rains: 310 families in Vadakara relocated
Many parts of Kozhikode waterlogged ‘due to blocked canals; three relief camps set up
Book hoarders of O2 cylinders, Remdesivir under Goondas Act: CM
As reports of Remdesivir drug and oxygen cylinders being hoarded in many parts of the state keep surfacing on news, Chief Minister MK Stalin, on Saturday, directed the police department to book those who hoard the drug and oxygen cylinders and sell them at exorbitant prices under the Goondas Act.
Covid +ve? Consult Doc. Don't Panic & Rush For O2, ICU
TO be worried if you have Covid symptoms and have tested positive is entirely understandable. But please do not panic. And, for your own sake, do not self-diagnose and/or self-medicate. Consult your physician on the way forward. If the symptoms are mild, there is no need to rush to hospitals seeking admission and it is pointless worrying about arranging oxygen and drugs like Remdesivir.
The Cosmic Chaos of India
Just like the cosmos, when you see India for the first time everything seems chaotic and yet every Indian person finds his/ her own order in that hustle which all goes in tandem. Pavan Rajurkar a freelance illustrator based out of Mumbai, capture this Indianness perfectly in his artworks for many different brands and studios. Some of his recent illustrations have been displayed here.
Doctor of Happiness: An Art Essay
SUKRITI VADHERA KOHLI is the founder of Doctor of Happiness, helping young people with depression and other mental conditions through her art and online platform. Here she speaks with VANESSA PATEL about what inspired her to open up this forum, and what a difference art can make to our well-being.
Meet with clients amid the city’s kaleidoscopic sights and sounds.
Mark Bets On A New Win-Win Formula
Veteran investor Joseph Bernhard Mark Mobius, Founder, Mobius Capital Partners, advocates ESG-based investments and inspires people to invest for good — to make the world a better place. While tons of us think of being wealthier, Mobius’ focus lies in doing good globally by changing the corporate responsibility mindset.
Discover The Remnants Of Empires And The Seeds Of Independence In Mumbai
Discover the remnants of empires and the seeds of independence in India’s most populous city.
Building A Sporting Nation
Marathons are changing the shape of the nation. We ask the brains behind the Delhi and Mumbai Half Marathons, how exactly.
An Expat Learns the Key to Authentic Indian Cooking
Cooking lessons at home in Mumbai.
The 12 Best Rooftop Bars Around The World
The world looks different when viewed from these stunning rooftop destinations.
12 days of curbs in Nashik hit veggie supply to Mumbai
Nashik: Vegetable supply to Mumbai from Nashik has been severely hit due to the enforcement of 12 days of strict restrictions by the Nashik district administration. Nashik, which is an agricultural hub, is known as the “Kitchen of Mumbai”.
Swift op helps Taloja oxy plant bring vital spare part from Guj
Mumbai: A technical snag in a Taloja oxygen plant on May 10 resulted in officials across departments in the state and the Union government working their phone lines and carrying out an operation for over 16 hours to ensure that the snag did not affect oxygen manufacture. Linde India plant at Taloja supplies about 243 metric tonnes of oxygen daily to hospitals in the state.