Mumbai: At least 90 people have died and nearly 70 are missing after rain-related tragedies — largely landslides — reported across the state on Friday following incessant, and sometimes record-drowning, showers.
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To Help Commuters, Metro Cuts Long Queues With More Gates
Covid Norms Followed; More Accommodated In Subways, On Staircases
Working with India to boost defence ties: UK
Focus On Trade, Technology & Security: Truss
Soon, unborn child can be insured for birth defects
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Need to standardise pandemic best practices: PM to vax cos
‘Must Take Brand India To Next Level’
Prices of petrol and diesel up by 35 paise a litre
Pump Rates In The Country Highest Ever
Fight is on: Govt to review hotspots to check pollution
544 Centralised Teams Constituted To Conduct 24-Hour Raids
India-B'desh ties deeper than any other strategic partnership: Shringla
New Delhi: India-Bangladesh relations today are deeper than any other strategic partnership and a “role model” for ties between two neighbouring countries, foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Saturday.
Delhi 1st city to hit 2cr doses, Mumbai at 1.4cr
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BJP rules out leadership change in Goa after AAP's claims about CM Sawant
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Austrian chancellor threatens lockdown for unvaccinated
Vienna: Unvaccinated people in Austria could face new lockdown restrictions if coronavirus case numbers continue to rise, Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg said on Friday night.
SC ORDERS PERMANENT COMMISSION BY NOV 1
Finally, justice for 39 lady Army officers
Insurance firms warned of strict action if farmers' valid claims not settled
Maharashtra deputy chief Ajit Pawar on Thursday warned crop insurance companies of strict action, including registering FIRs, if they show stubbornness in settling valid claims of farmers affected by floods and rainfall. He also spoke on the ongoing probe by the Enforcement Directorate in the sale of Jarandeshwar sugar factory in Satara and announced that he will on Friday expose transactions of other factories being sold in Maharashtra.
Dawood's family home to turn into Sanatan school
The family home of fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim at Mumbake in Ratnagiri district, which has now been purchased by Supreme Court advocate Ajay Srivastava
THREE LOCATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY, THREE MASTERS OF PHOTOGRAPHY, ONE ESPECIAL THREE-POINTED STAR
Maha reports 4,575 new Covid cases, 145 deaths
5,914 PATIENTS RECOVER FROM VIRAL INFECTION
15 districts have fewer than 100 active cases of Covid-19
As the second wave of Covid-19 declines, there are 15 districts in the state that have fewer than 100 active cases of Covid-19. Six of these 15 districts have active cases that are in single digits, while the tribal-dominated Nandurbar district has absolutely no active case at all.
Delta-plus deaths force docs to defend efficacy of vaccines
The recent deaths of two fully vaccinated senior citizens in Maharashtra from Covid-19’s Delta-plus variant has forced experts to once again defend vaccination as the best bet against the SARS2 virus.
NEXT IN FASHION
The collision of two cultural identities can often lead to an interesting outcome. While London-based Namita Khade is of Indian origin, she channels her heritage into her work through a nuanced approach to design. The 24-year-old student from Central Saint Martins came into the spotlight for her experimental take on knitwear, diaphanous dresses featuring sensual cut-outs crafted in a gamut of fabrics – mohair, merino yarn, and delicate linens.
Tale of two tails in city: 12,557 cases in July against the 16,310 in January
So far this year, July appears to have been the best month as far as the Covid-19 pandemic is concerned — and, as the statistics show, more so for Mumbai than Maharashtra.
Stuck for over a month at 4-5%, state positivity rate falls to 3.8%
After plateauing between 4% and 5% for over a month, the state’s weekly positivity rate for Covid-19 has finally climbed down.