Mumbai: Almost two-third patients in the city's Covid intensive care units are those admitted for other reasons but incidentally came positive when tested during routine screening. Doctors across hospitals said these patients are not suffering from Covid complications but are occupying Covid ICU beds as they have tested positive. That said, demand for Covid ICUs is comparatively less in this wave.
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Vadodara artist's retrospective 'shakti' pervades NGMA's anniv show
The vermilion on the foreheads of 64 ‘devis’ lining the dome of Colaba's NGMA gallery seem still warm from the fingerprint of their bindi-sporting creator.
Pounded by Russian offensive in east, Kyiv rules out concessions
Says War Must End With Complete Restoration Of Ukraine's Territorial Integrity And Sovereignty
Diya begins her CWG prep in right earnest
Mumbai: City girl Diya Chitale has begun her Commonwealth Games (CWG) preparations on a winning note when she claimed the under-19 girls' crown in the World Table Tennis Youth Contender competition in Peru's capital city Lima three days ago.
Kiara wins over the box office with her charm
Kiara Advani is not only one of the most hard-working actors in the industry today but is also among the bankable talent.
IN CITY'S HANDS
Manchester City score Three Quick Goals To Beat Villa And Retain Title In Dramatic Fashion, Liverpool Miss Out
Probe all mass fatality road crashes, nail cause: SC panel
'Link Hospitals, Ambulances To Save Victims'
HC asks 8 of warring parties to clean-up Versova beach
Order Follows Move To Quash Two Cases By Mutual Consent
Did not want to walk into a trap with Ayodhya visit: Raj
Pune: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray, in his first public appearance after putting off his visit to Ayodhya, on Sunday said he did not want to walk into a 'trap laid by those opposed to his tour' by visiting the Ram Janmabhoomi.
India's tallest defence bldg to house married Navy brass
By the end of 2026, as many as 220 married Navy officers will get accommodation keys to a 62-storey building to be constructed at Navy Nagar, Colaba.
Amid claims of rigging, BMC scraps ₹160cr laundry project
Mumbai: With allegations of cost escalation, rigging of bids, and cartelisation coming to the fore, the BMC has scrapped tenders for its Rs 160-crore tunnel laundry project citing land shortage.
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.
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.
From fragrant gardens to Miyawaki forests
City finding its own way to preserve biodiversity amid growing concrete jungle; 4 lakh native trees planted by BMC at 64 locations till date
Q+A IN ON THE ACT
One of Indian fashion's brightest stars, Masaba Gupta, 33, is living her childhood dream of acting. This time, she has a part in the Amazon Prime anthology Modern Love: Mumbai
The Thing Itself
Arjun Appadurai examines the aesthetic life of objects and reveals how their status and behaviour changes with altering circulation patterns and socio-political contexts.