Mumbai: Latest updates on June 3
Mumbai: Latest updates on June 3
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Mumbai: City records 925 new cases, 285 death reported in state in 24 hrs

Mumbai reported less than 1,000 for the third day in a row. 925 new cases and 31 fatalities were reported on Wednesday. The tally now stands at 7,08,007 with 14,938 deaths so far. Meanwhile, the doubling rate has increased to 477 days and the weekly growth rate has dropped to 0.14 per cent.

(With inputs from agencies)

Maharashtra cases 

Maharashtra saw a marginal rise in its daily COVID-19 cases on Wednesday. 15,169 new cases and 285 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours. The tally now stands at 57,76,184 with 96,751 fatalities. Meanwhile, the recovery rate has touched 94.54 per cent. 29,270 patients have recovered, taking the total recoveries to 54,60,589.

Mumbai: Case against actors Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani for violating COVID-19 norms

A case has been filed against actors Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani and others on Wednesday for allegedly violating the pandemic norms, the Mumbai police said.

According to the police, the actors were found roaming at Bandstand Promenade and could not give a valid reason to the police for being out of their homes after 2 pm.

Election for Speaker during monsoon session: Patole

Paucity of doses: No COVID-19 vaccination in Mumbai on June 3

Maharashtra: Nod to cancellation of HSC Exams 

The Maharashtra Cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray unanimously approved the cancellation of Class 12 HSC board examinations in view of the ongoing second wave of Covid-19 and a possible third wave. The cabinet gave its inprinciple approval and the final decision will be announced ina day or two, after addressing legal and technical issues. The Maharashtra HSC exam issue is still pending before the Bombay High Court and the government needs totake formalapproval of the state disaster management authority for the cancellation of the exams.

Uddhav Thackeray to chair State Disaster Management Authority meeting to give its consent for the cancellation of HSC 12th class exams in Maharashtra due to COVID-19

Three IAS officers SVS Srinivasan, Mahesh Pathak & Milind Mhaiskar in the fray for the MMRDA commissioner's post

Maharashtra announces "Covid-free village" contest, winners to get Rs 50 lakh

Groupism in Congress will not be tolerated: Patole

NCB summons Sushant Singh Rajput's bodyguard in drug case

Mumbai: Reliance to provide financial support to families of employees who died of COVID-19

IAS officer SVR Srinivas has been appointed as new MMRDA Commissioner 

Ranjitsinh Disale, teacher from Maharashtra, who was the winner of $1 million annual Global Teacher Prize 2020, will now be a consultant to the World Bank on education related matters

After professor Hany Babu and priest Stan Swamy, three more Bhima Koregaon accused - activists Mahesh Raut, Sagar Gorkhe and Ramesh Gaichor test positive for COVID-19. They tested positive in a drive conducted in Taloja jail on Tuesday.

The Maharashtra government has given an extension of three months to the cabinet sub-committee formed to study the citizenship laws — Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Population Register (NPR) and National Register of Citizens (NRC). The committee will now have to submit its report to the chief minister Uddhav Thackeray by August 31, 2021. The extension has been given due to COVID-19 crisis, stated a home department resolution on June 01

Can't afford congregation of students at any cost, HC on cancelling SSC exams

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