Mumbai: Latest news updates
Mumbai: Latest news updates
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COVID-19 in Maharashtra: CM Uddhav Thackeray bats for lockdown, final decision likely today

In the wake of galloping COVID 19 cases and the constraints on health infrastructure, the Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday made a strong case for a total lockdown for at least 8 days and thereafter all the activities can be opened up slowly. On the other hand, the state Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte, Public Health Secretary Dr Pradeep Vyas and Medical Director Dr Tatyarao Lahane strongly advocated a lockdown for 14 days in a serious bid to break the virus chain. ‘’The number of patients is increasing so fast that if we do not decide on a lockdown today, a situation like a lockdown will automatically arise tomorrow,’’ said Thackeray.

(With inputs from agencies)

Mumbai: City records over 9,000 new Covid cases, 50 deaths

Mumbai city continues to show an upward trend in the daily number of cases being reported among other districts in the state. The financial capital on Saturday recorded 9,327 new Covid-19 cases, whereas 50 patients died during the same period. With the new cases, the cumulative caseload of the country's financial capital mounted to 5,10,225, while the fatality toll reached 11,959 on Saturday.

https://twitter.com/SanjayJog7/status/1381097457019285508Maharashtra: 2,82,944 people were vaccinated through 2849 centres despite lockdown

Despite limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines, Maharashtra continues to be on top in vaccination

Maharashtra: Elderly people arrive at BKC vaccination centre in Mumbai amid weekend lockdown

Weekend lockdown in Mumbai: Visuals from Shivaji Park in Dadar

Streets in Mumbai wear a deserted look

Maharashtra: A case has been registered by GRP Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus over an edited video clip that was circulated on social media on April 7 showing a crowd of people at the station: Central Railway

CBI summons two personal assistants of former Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh

Maharashtra lockdown: CM to meet Task Force today 

National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested API Riyaz Qazi, an associate of Sachin Waze: NIA officials

History sheeter held for birthday celebrations

The Bhandup police arrested a history sheeter along with two others for allegedly celebrating his birthday amidst the worsening COVID19 situation in the city, the history sheeter identified as Sajju Malik, 40 celebrated his birthday in presence of 20 others on early hours on Saturday at Bhandup.

Maharashtra has crossed 1 crore COVID19 vaccine doses; 1,00,38,421 people were vaccinated as of now

Suspended Mumbai Police officer Sachin Waze who was sent to juidicial custody till April 23 is kept at High-security cell in Taloja Central Jail in Navi Mumbai

Former corporator Iftikar Khan from Kalyan had appealed to Chief Minister and state government to make arrangements of Remdesivir injections before announcing lockdown

Suspended Mumbai Police officer Sachin Waze tests negative for COVID-19 

Sources from the Taloja jail informed that he is been tested negative for covid-19 and has been sent to qurantine for 14 days.

Amid rising shortage and its sale at higher prices, Maharashtra Govt in its order said prescription of Remdesivir is a part of COVID-19 infection. To curtail unethical practices & misuse, govt asked retailers to dispense it if accompanied by info in enclosed format

Corruption case: CBI questions personal staffers of Anil Deshmukh

Mumbai: Man gets 1 year in jail for molesting teen girl

A 20-year-old man was sentenced to one year imprisonment by a special POCSO court in Mumbai for molesting a teen girl last year.

Special Judge Bharti Kale, in her order on April 7, the detailed copy of which was made available on Saturday, convicted the man under section 354 (molestation) of the IPC and provisions of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act for winking and making flying kiss gestures at a 14-year-old girl.

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