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Maharashtra likely to see third wave of COVID-19 cases in July-August, says health minister Rajesh Tope
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Maharashtra likely to see third wave of COVID-19 cases in July-August, says health minister Rajesh Tope

The Maharashtra health minister said the second wave could plateau by the end of May, but the third wave would pose more challenges for the state administration

Vaccine in short supply in Mumbai, confirms BMC, but says 'all 45+ will eventually get vaccinated'
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Vaccine in short supply in Mumbai, confirms BMC, but says 'all 45+ will eventually get vaccinated'

BMC will add at least 500 more public and private centres for the new vaccination drive. So vaccination for 45+ shall not be compromised or slowed down, said Ashwini Bhide, BMC's Additional Municipal Commissioner

No vaccination for 18-44 age group on 1 May in Maharashtra; govt says infrastructure in place, but don't have vaccines
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No vaccination for 18-44 age group on 1 May in Maharashtra; govt says infrastructure in place, but don't have vaccines

State health minister Rajesh Tope said that free vaccine will be available to those between 18-44 only at state-run centres but citizens will have to pay for the jabs at private facilities

'Bodies cannot be left lying for hours': Bombay HC asks Maharashtra govt, BMC for info on condition of crematoriums
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'Bodies cannot be left lying for hours': Bombay HC asks Maharashtra govt, BMC for info on condition of crematoriums

Referring to reports of relatives of COVID-19 victims being forced to queue outside crematoriums, the high court said that a body should not be released from a hospital if there is a waiting period at a crematorium

Mumbai records lowest rise in COVID-19 cases since 30 March; daily cases fall by over 47% in 20 days
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Mumbai records lowest rise in COVID-19 cases since 30 March; daily cases fall by over 47% in 20 days

A civic official said that increased testing and isolation of patients along with the exodus of migrant labourers may have led to the decline in COVID-19 cases

More COVID-19 antibodies in women, seropositivity rising in non-slum areas, shows BMC serosurvey
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More COVID-19 antibodies in women, seropositivity rising in non-slum areas, shows BMC serosurvey

Blood samples taken from private laboratories in non-slum areas showed sero-positivity of 28.5 percent in the current survey, whereas the figures in July and August last year were 16 percent and 18 percent , respectively

Maharashtra will float global tender for vaccines, Remdesivir to meet shortage, says Ajit Pawar
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Maharashtra will float global tender for vaccines, Remdesivir to meet shortage, says Ajit Pawar

On demand for free vaccines, Pawar said that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will explain the government's stand on 1 May

Maharashtra govt hints at lockdown, BJP offers support; CM to meet COVID task force today
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Maharashtra govt hints at lockdown, BJP offers support; CM to meet COVID task force today

Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said he would hold a meeting on Monday on working out a financial package for the sections whose livelihood will be impacted by the lockdown

COVID-19 update: Streets, markets deserted as first weekend lockdown comes into force in Maharashtra
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COVID-19 update: Streets, markets deserted as first weekend lockdown comes into force in Maharashtra

The first weekend lockdown in Maharashtra, the worst-hit state by the novel coronavirus, began at 8 pm on Friday and it will continue till 7 am on Monday

Maharashtra govt allows inter-district buses to operate after five months of COVID-19 restrictions
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Maharashtra govt allows inter-district buses to operate after five months of COVID-19 restrictions

The first bus from Mumbai Central depot, where the MSRTC headquarters is located, left at around 8.30 am on Thursday for Chiplun in Ratnagiri district

In debt for survival: Domestic workers in Mumbai narrate ordeal of COVID-19 lockdown
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In debt for survival: Domestic workers in Mumbai narrate ordeal of COVID-19 lockdown

Many domestic workers in Mumbai, are now desperately waiting for a call from their employers asking them to come back to work

Two persons throw stones, damage CCTV cameras at Dr BR Ambedkar’s Mumbai residence; FIR filed
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Two persons throw stones, damage CCTV cameras at Dr BR Ambedkar’s Mumbai residence; FIR filed

Prakash Ambedkar, who was in Akola when the attack took place, has appealed for calm and asked supporters to not gather outside the house.

'Nothing is isolated from dance' : An interview with Bharatanatyam artiste Lata Surendra
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'Nothing is isolated from dance' : An interview with Bharatanatyam artiste Lata Surendra

Lata Surendra discusses how a dancer can bring a performance to life, transcend the confines of the stage and the auditorium and transform the dance into a visual prayer simply through the act of reading and understanding the nuances of emotion and expression found in literature, poetry and ancient texts.

Chhath Puja 2019: Devotees, including Kejriwal, offer 'arghya' in Delhi, Bihar and Nepal on fourth day of festival; here's how it's celebrated
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Chhath Puja 2019: Devotees, including Kejriwal, offer 'arghya' in Delhi, Bihar and Nepal on fourth day of festival; here's how it's celebrated

In Mumbai, thousands of devotees offered prayers to the setting sun on Saturday evening after taking a holy dip in the sea off the coast of Juhu and Dadar and other water bodies in the metropolis on the occasion of Chhath Puja.

India Meteorological Department says Mumbai, Pune and Palghar to receive post-monsoon showers over weekend
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India Meteorological Department says Mumbai, Pune and Palghar to receive post-monsoon showers over weekend

Mumbai, Pune, and Palghar to receive post-monsoon rainfall or thundershowers, said India Meteorological Department.

Maharashtra rains: Amid forecast of heavy downpour, schools, junior colleges to remain closed in Mumbai, Thane and Konkan today
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Maharashtra rains: Amid forecast of heavy downpour, schools, junior colleges to remain closed in Mumbai, Thane and Konkan today

In view of the forecast of heavy rains, all schools and junior colleges in Mumbai, Thane and Konkan regions will remain closed on September 5, informed Maharashtra education minister Ashish Shelar

MNS leader Sandeep Deshpande taken into custody; police imposes Section 144 outside ED's office in Mumbai ahead of Raj Thackeray meeting
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MNS leader Sandeep Deshpande taken into custody; police imposes Section 144 outside ED's office in Mumbai ahead of Raj Thackeray meeting

Mumbai police on Thursday imposed section 144 of CrPC outside the ED office in south Mumbai, where MNS chief Raj Thackeray will be present in connection with a money-laundering probe

MNS activist ends life after ED sends notice to Raj Thackeray in connection with IL&FS loan case, claim party sources
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MNS activist ends life after ED sends notice to Raj Thackeray in connection with IL&FS loan case, claim party sources

An activist of the MNS allegedly committed suicide in Thane, with a party leader claiming he was 'depressed' over the ED notice to MNS chief Raj Thackeray

ED summons Raj Thackeray over money laundering charges involving IL&FS; MNS terms action political vendetta
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ED summons Raj Thackeray over money laundering charges involving IL&FS; MNS terms action political vendetta

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued summons to Raj Thackeray in connection with a money-laundering probe.

Incessant rains lash Mumbai, neighbouring districts, disrupting road, rail traffic; extremely heavy rainfall expected in next 24 hours
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Incessant rains lash Mumbai, neighbouring districts, disrupting road, rail traffic; extremely heavy rainfall expected in next 24 hours

Incessant rains lashed Mumbai and its surrounding areas on Saturday and the India Meteorological Department said more heavy rainfall is expected in the next 24 hours