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Deaths Up 40% In A Day To 350+, Cases Rise Again
Sharpest 1-day Fatality Rise In Current Wave
All-India Peak Yet To Come: Centre
‘Cases Have Peaked In Delhi, Dipping In Mum But Rising Elsewhere’
Oz Sees Deadliest Day Of Covid As Omicron Ups Hospital Cases
1.3m Cases Of Total 1.6m Since Pandemic Began Were In Last 2 Weeks
‘Heart attack deaths fall 35%, cancer 15% from 2018 to 2020'
RTI data, based on death certificates issued by the BMC, show a 35% drop in heart attacks in 2020 in the city compared to 2018 (8,601) and nearly 4% compared to 2019 (5,849). Cancer deaths too dropped by 14%-15% in 2020 (8,576) compared to two pre pandemic years of 2018 (10,073) and 2019 (9,958).
Vehicle registrations show 8% growth in state in 2021
Vehicle registrations in Maharashtra went up by 8% in 2021 compared to 2020, said state transport commissioner Avinash Dhakne on Tuesday.
REBUILDING PROCESS BEGINS
India Embark On Post Captain-Kohli Era In First One-Dayer Vs South Africa Today
Prolonged delay in executing death rap has a dehumanising effect: HC
The Bombay high court on Tuesday commuted the death sentence of sisters Renuka Shinde (50) and Seema Gavit (48) to life term for kidnapping 13 children and brutally killing five of them.
No hunger death, says govt. You expect us to believe it, asks SC
Open Community Kitchens In Rural Areas, Says SC
Man in US watches Kanpur home being burgled, alerts cops
Technology saved a house from being burgled when a resident of Kanpur, who was in New Jersey, United States, informed the local police in the Uttar Pradesh city after watching a live CCTV footage of burglars breaking into his residence in Shyamnagar area of Kanpur on Monday night. Vijay Awasthi, a software engineer received an alert on his mobile phone. The signal was from the sensors he had installed at his ancestral house in D block of Shyamnagar.
India extends $500m credit line to Sri Lanka
Looking to further step up “critical support” for Sri Lanka, which is battling an acute shortage of foreign exchange, India has offered a new line of credit (LoC) of $500 million to the island neighbour for purchase of petroleum products.
A Sikkim Kind Of Summer
The first fully organic state of India draws travellers from the plains with its natural bounty and unique melange of cultures. Kavita Kanan Chandra chooses the sustainable route to experience its ethereal lakes, warm hospitality, and organic food.
Kalimpong: An Unusual Hill Station
Sakshi Nanda takes you to explore an unusual hill station overlooking the Teesta River in West Bengal