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    Ujjain: Sanika & Ishani get a break with Mumbai-based production house

    Ujjain: The artistes of Pratibha Sangeet Kala Sansthan, Ujjain have once again proved their talent under the guidance of their mentor Pratibha Raghuvanshi Elchi. City's artistes Sanika Sathe and Ishani Bhatt shined at the Kala Tapasya event organised by Prayas Entertainment Gondia.

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    Ujjain: Jawahar Navodyay Vidyalaya students should be sent to parents' custody, demands Alumni Association

    Ujjain: Panic prevailed at district's Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV), Ghattia as 18 people including 9 students tested positive for corona recently. The school administration has relieved the infected persons from school for treatment and isolation but the fear-psychosis seems to have gripped the campus particularly among minor...

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    Bhavdeep Kang tracks the manner in which we unlocked our way to the second wave

    The Election Commission of India's threat to ban political rallies on the grounds of Covid-inappropriate behaviour has come a little late in the day. In the scramble to restore democratic processes and civil liberties, India opened the door to a fresh wave of the pandemic. Those who levelled accusations of governmental overreach when the nation-wide lockdown was...

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    FPJ Edit: Shooting in the dark to kill coronavirus

    The pandemic is becoming a nightmare for more reasons than one. Aside from the slowdown in the vaccination drive, now comes the horrendous news that several graveyards and cremation grounds, of Muslims and Hindus alike, have little space left for giving the victims of the coronavirus a proper funeral. In certain crematoriums bodies are piled up for eight to ten hours before the actual funeral.

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    Ujjiain: Need to use available resources to save locals from Covid-19 m says Dr HS Rathore

    Ujjain: There is not respite or recourse for corona patients in our city as the hospitals of city are almost full with Covid-19 patients and dead bodies are waiting for their last rites in crematoriums and cemeteries. The scenario is so dreadful that there is high demand is rising for space relating to isolation and treatment of COVID-19 patients.

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    Coronavirus in Ujjain: 2 more succumb, 243 from city among 267 test positive

    Ujjain:The district recorded two more deaths due to corona and 267 new cases on Wednesday. District tally reached 8,561 including 243 new patients from the city while the overall toll is now 122. As per the medical bulletin issued at 11.30 pm, a 64-year-old man from the city who tested positive on April 5, died while undergoing treatment on April 13. The second person...

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    Ujjain: Lockdown woes of migrants of Mahidpur, labourers cover 230 km on foot, but still 70 km away from home

    Ujjain:The migrant labourers are bearing the drudgery of forced travelling again. The left for their homes due to uncertainty posed by the lockdown among other restriction imposed, in most cases suddenly, by the states across the country, due to surge in corona cases. Even amid restrictions on the affordable means of transport like buses...

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    Ujjain: Psychological factors adding to corona numbers, says member of parliament Anil Firojia

    Ujjain: BJP's Member of Parliament (MP) Anil Firojia's on Wednesday came up with a new theory over the rise in fatalities and new cases of corona in the district.He made the statement after a meeting of the District Crisis Management Committee (DCMC) held at Brahaspati Bhavan to deal with corona and facilitate patients in hospitals in the...

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    Bhopal: 3 Cong MLAs sit in dharna over oxygen crisis in state

    Bhopal: To attract the attention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the oxygen crisis in the state capital-as well as in the entire state of Madhya Pradesh-three MLAs of the Congress party sat in a day dharna at the Gandhi statue situated at Minto Hall on Wednesday.The number of corona patients in the state has been increasing by leaps and bounds, rendering the hospitals incapable of...

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    Bhopal: Call made to Covid Command Control Centre keeps ringing, goes unanswered

    Bhopal: After a phone call made to the Covid Command Control Centre, Bhopal, in front of the health minister, Prabhuram Choudhary, to check the promptness and response, it remained ringing and remained unanswered.Minister Choudhary claimed, 'All is well in the state hospitals' while talking to the media here on Wednesday; however, the managing director of...

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