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    Maharashtra: BJP MP Kapil Patil, family members test COVID-19 positive

    Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Kapil Patil has been tested positive for the coronavirus. Patil is an MP from Bhiwandi Lok Sabha constituency and has been appointed as one of the Vice Presidents of BJP's Maharashtra unit. It is learnt that along with Patil, his family members including his wife, sons, daughter, nephew and daughters-in-law have also been tested COVID-19...

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    424 areas sealed in Kalyan-Dombivli as Containment Zones or red zones list

    1 Mahatma PhuleUHP (Kalyan Zone) 1 1 Suyog Society Parisar, Chikhlebaug 2 2 Sayyad Manjil,Abdul Kadar Building Bld. Parisar Joshibaug 3 3 Rajeshwari Society Parisar, Rambaug 4 4 4 Jagtap Chawl, Parisar Ashoknagar, Waldhuni 5 5 Suresh Tower Parisar, Rambaug, Karnik Road 6 6 Maruti Vihar, Paaaarisar Shivaji Nagar 7 7 Rambaug Lane 2, Narkhede Bld.parisar 8 8 Shivambhav...

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    State Signs Agreement With MRVC to Acquire Funding for MUTP-3

    The Maharashtra State Government and the Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation (MRVC) have signed a Subsidiary Finance Agreement or SFA to fund the Mumbai Urban Transport Project-3 (MUTP-3). The proposed plans under MUTP-3 consist of an elevated corridor between Airoli and Kalwa Railway Station which is said to cost Rs 476 crore. Additionally, there will be a corridor to establish...

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    National Green Tribunal Asks Maharashtra to Curb Pollution of Mangroves

    The National Green Tribunal's (NGT) principal bench passed an order at a hearing on Tuesday asking the State Government of Maharashtra to provide a detailed report on the total quantity of garbage collected at mangroves along with a plan to dispose of them within six weeks. 'We direct the divisional forest officer of the area and the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board...

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    BEST rushes to provide Remdesivir to its staffers infected with COVID-19

    The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) has been providing its employees with Remdesivir, even though there happens to be a known shortage of the drug in the market. Earlier, a 57-year-old driver from Vashi was admitted to the NMMC hospital on June 30. Even though the local authorities could not provide for Remdesivir, the BEST arranged for the drug in order...

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    UGC releases SOP for the semester-end examinations

    The University Grants Commission (UGC) along with the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) has released the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the semester-end examinations on July 9, 2020. The SOP was curated and issued two days after the release of the revised guidelines by the UGC. According to the revised guidelines issued by the UGC, these examinations will be conducted in...

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    Mumbai Currently Facing a Shortage of Life-Saving Drugs Like Remdesivir and Tocilizumab

    Much like other cities of India including Bangalore and Delhi, a report claims that Mumbai is also facing an acute shortage of life-saving drugs like Remdesivir and Tocilizumab. Mumbai's hospitals get the medication directly from the manufacturer, though some of it is imported. Additionally, two individual distributors in the city, S K Distributors and...

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    Mumbai sees over 300 cases of malaria, BMC takes action

    With the onset of the monsoons, the city has recorded over 300 cases of malaria, four confirmed cases of dengue and one leptospirosis infection. The BMC had earlier asked the pesticide department to conduct the operations, which was regularly carried out from January to June, reducing the potential risk of malaria and dengue by removing 1,28,220 items. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation...

    • 3 days ago
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    Dahisar, Borivali, Kandivali, Malad and Mulund record the highest coronavirus growth rate in Mumbai

    The number of coronavirus cases in the city of Mumbai has been increasing exponentially over the last few days. Several wards in areas across the city, especially in North Mumbai, have seen a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases, observing which officials have taken strict and important measures to contain the spread. The ward-wise growth rate of the...

    • 3 days ago
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    Coronavirus cases in Thane district cross 50,000-mark with more than 290 per cent increase in a month

    The number of coronavirus cases in Thane district and other areas near Mumbai has been increasing over the last few months. Observing this, the state government and the local municipal corporations decided to impose strict lockdown, thereby ensuring safety. Data released by the state health Ministry on June 7, 2020, stated that the number of...

    • 3 days ago

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