With 120 fresh cases, the Covid-19 tally in Maharashtra on Monday has gone up to 868
Sushilkumar Khairalia, in his post, asked people not to buy vegetables from vendors of this community nor allow them into society premises
The decision was taken by the BMC, following which a city official said nobody would be allowed to enter or leave the Mumbai Central hospital
Nagpur Police took to Twitter to urge people to practice social distancing. However, the way they did it is quite interesting.
As per the reports, a massive fire broke out in Solapur’s Airport area. Notably, the exact reason of fire is yet to be ascertained.
Thane district as on Sunday has 78 COVID-19 patients, including 23 in KDMC limits of which Dombivali is a part
In India, the death toll of patients is about to reach 80 and the people infected will cross the 3000 mark
The Cyber Crime police took note of it and traced the location from where the video was first shared after it went viral.
A total of 11 guards as of yet have been confirmed to have the virus
Candidates are advised to submit their online applications at mahacet.org.
Sprawling from Mahim on Western Railway (WR) to Sion-Matunga stations on Central Railway, a portion of the city’s Mithi River drains into the Arabian Sea through the Mahim Creek in Dharavi.
Following the announcement of a 21-day nationwide lockdown last month, the authorities asked them to remain under home quarantine
The infant is the youngest one to be infected with COVID-19 in India, while his mother, too, has tested positive with coronavirus.
Both men and women were seen standing in large groups near the vendors to buy fruits and vegetables
The deceased’s family, however, has lodged an FIR alleging that he was killed by two persons.
The patient had come to GMCH on Friday after visiting a private hospital and an MRI centre and was admitted in the general ward.
The GRP has come up with a list of 32 people he had come in contact with the constable so that they can be quarantined
State NCP spokesperson Maharest Tapase slammed Wagh for the insensitive comments.
However, the MCGM said that for those who insist on holding the burial practice would be allowed provided they take the body out of Mumbai limits for the funeral rituals.