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    Czar of innovation & marketing: Apple, the USD 2-trillion-worth brand

    Recently, Apple became the first US (and the World's) first company to cross USD 2 trillion in valuation powered by the relentless rise in its stock price. The price has more than doubled since February 2020. This is after it hit a low of around USD 224 per equity share over the fear of COVID-19 impact. This is before its 4:1 split.

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    Water supply affected in Ghatkopar, Bhandup, Vikhroli and Kanjurmarg after water pipeline leakage

    The water supply of several areas of Mumbai may be affected after a water leakage occurred in Bhandup (West). As per the preliminary report, a leakage had occurred in a 900 mm diameter water pipeline at Quarry road, behind the S Ward BMC Office in the city. The incident was reported at 9 pm on Saturday night and repair work is now underway....

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    Amid pandemic, 10% of the employees of private banks can now travel by Mumbai locals

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there had been massive restrictions placed on travel in a bid to stop the spread of the virus. And while these have over the months been relaxed somewhat, Mumbai's crucial rail network remains, for the most part, restricted for use by essential service personnel. On Saturday however, there was some relief for private and...

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    IPL 2020: MS Dhoni explains why he sent Sam Curran ahead of himself in MI vs CSK

    On satuday, in the IPL that started after a prolongated lockdown MS Dhoni did an MS Dhoni by pulling a rabbit out of his hat and sent Sam Currant ahead of himself in the batting order.Explaining his rationale in the post-match conference, Dhoni said: "I thought we needed Jadeja and someone like Sam [Curran] to go ahead in the batting order and try and...

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    Navi Mumbai: Teachers fume over govt circular making attendance mandatory on campus from Oct 1 to hold exams

    A state government circular making 100% attendance mandatory for teaching and non-teaching staff while exams are being held, has left teachers residing in Navi Mumbai shocked. The notice requires them to be on campus for holding exams for professional and non-professional courses from October 1 . They say it will be difficult for them to...

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    COVID-19 in Maharashtra: 153 cops from state police force test COVID +ve in a day

    On Friday, at least 153 personnel of the Maharashtra Police tested positive for COVID-19 and five succumbed to it, informed an official. With these latest additions to the list of infected patients in the state police force, its total number of COVID-19 patients reached 20,954 with 217 casualties, of which 22 are officers.

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    Thane Municipal Corporation sets up new COVID-19 hospital at Wagle Estate

    Newly built COVID-19 hospital by the Thane Municipal Corporation(TMC), at Bush Company, Wagle Estate, began operations on Saturday. It is the second hospital to be set up by the civic body after the 1,000 beds COVID-19 hospital set up in Saket-Balkum. The new COVID-19 hospital consists of 440 beds, out of which 390 are oxygen beds and 90 are normal beds, informed a TMC...

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    MBMC's COVID-19 death toll crosses 500 mark

    Its mounting deaths continues to be a major cause of worry for the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC), as the COVID-19 death toll registered in the twin city by the Health Department reached 505 with six new fatalities being reported on Friday. Consequently, its overall case fatality rate (CFR) is now pegged at 3.12 per cent. After a brief dip in the number of positive cases last month, the...

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    Mumbai Crime Watch: Absconding drug supplier held by cops in Bhayandar

    Three days after the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested two persons who were found to be in possession of more than two kilograms of charas, a team from the Navghar police station led by Senior Police Inspector Sampatrao Patil, nabbed their accomplice from Bhayandar (east) on Friday.The NCB unit (Mumbai) had laid a trap near the sports complex in Bhayandar on Tuesday...

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    TMC submits Zero Hour notice on UGC NET exams during Durga Puja

    KolkataTrinamool Congress on Saturday submitted a Zero Hour notice for Sunday in the Rajya Sabha, urging the government to reconsider its decision of scheduling UGC NET exams during Durga Puja. The TMC questions why the exams are being held on auspicious Panchami, Shashti and Saptami, this festive season.

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