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Mumbai Police extends Section 144 till 30 Sept; don't panic, no new restrictions, says Aaditya Thackeray
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Mumbai Police extends Section 144 till 30 Sept; don't panic, no new restrictions, says Aaditya Thackeray

The order issued under Section 144 CrPC is only an extension of the previous order issued on 31st August and no new restrictions have been imposed by MumbaiPolice, Thackeray tweeted on Thrusday

Mumbai rains: Buses, trains come to a halt as incessant showers lash city; IMD issues red alert till Wednesday
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Mumbai rains: Buses, trains come to a halt as incessant showers lash city; IMD issues red alert till Wednesday

The BMC appealed to all offices and other establishments, except those offering emergency services, to remain shut on Tuesday

Mumbai allows doubling of daily arrivals and departures to 50 flights each; local trains for essential duty staff baby steps towards normalcy
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Mumbai allows doubling of daily arrivals and departures to 50 flights each; local trains for essential duty staff baby steps towards normalcy

As coronavirus cases continue to pile up with Maharashtra with the state reporting a total of 1,10,744 cases as of Tuesday, Mumbai is gradually opening up with the railways resuming suburban train services in Mumbai for ferrying essential staff from Monday. Not only local trains, but the city has also opened up its airports from Tuesday with AAI-GVK group operated Mumbai Airport set to handle 100 departures and arrivals, reports PTI.

Mumbai's suburban train services resume for ferrying essential staff; expected to benefit 1.25 lakh people, says official
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Mumbai's suburban train services resume for ferrying essential staff; expected to benefit 1.25 lakh people, says official

The Railways resumed 'selective' suburban train services on the main and harbour lines in Mumbai for ferrying essential staff

Cyclone Nisarga turns into depression over west Vidarbha, set to weaken further by evening, says IMD
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Cyclone Nisarga turns into depression over west Vidarbha, set to weaken further by evening, says IMD

Cyclone Nisarga which spared Mumbai after it made landfall near adjoining Alibaug is now a depression over west Vidarbha region in Maharashtra and will weaken further, the India Meteorological Department(IMD) said on Thursday.

Cyclone Nisarga in Raigad: Here are the satellite images and videos of the cyclonic storm that made landfall near Maharashtra's Alibaug
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Cyclone Nisarga in Raigad: Here are the satellite images and videos of the cyclonic storm that made landfall near Maharashtra's Alibaug

IMD has shared videos and images highlighting the intensity and the movement of severe Cyclone Nisarga that made landfall near Alibaug in Maharashtra with a strong wind speed of 120-140 kmph

Maharashtra's new list of permitted activities in lockdown 4.0 to kick in on 22 May: All shops can be open from 9 to 5 except in red zones
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Maharashtra's new list of permitted activities in lockdown 4.0 to kick in on 22 May: All shops can be open from 9 to 5 except in red zones

The Maharashtra government on Tuesday issued revised guidelines for the fourth phase of the lockdown, partially easing curbs in areas outside of containment zones.

Maharashtra, Mumbai Lockdown 4.0 Guidelines: Uber, flights, restaurants, malls not allowed; home delivery of liquor, essentials allowed
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Maharashtra, Mumbai Lockdown 4.0 Guidelines: Uber, flights, restaurants, malls not allowed; home delivery of liquor, essentials allowed

Places of recreation like shopping malls, cinema halls, theatres, parks, gymnasiums, bars and swimming pools to remain shut in Mumbai. Restaurants and hotels can continue to deliver food to customers but no dining is allowed in their premises. Cab services such as Ola and Uber cannot operate in Mumbai as it is still a red zone.

Mumbai's civic hospitals begin use of Tocilizumab in severe coronavirus cases; 30 of 40 patients show drastic improvement
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Mumbai's civic hospitals begin use of Tocilizumab in severe coronavirus cases; 30 of 40 patients show drastic improvement

Multiple hospitals which come under the BMC have started using a new drug to treat patients who have been severely affected due to COVID-19

Final year Maharashtra university exams in July, first and second year students to be promoted directly, says state education minister Uday Samant
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Final year Maharashtra university exams in July, first and second year students to be promoted directly, says state education minister Uday Samant

Education minister Uday Samant on Friday announced that first and second year students will be promoted directly while Maharashtra University exams for final year students will be held in July

Coronavirus Outbreak: Mumbai Police asks personnel aged above 55 to go on leave after three cops die of COVID-19
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Mumbai Police asks personnel aged above 55 to go on leave after three cops die of COVID-19

Mumbai Police have asked their personnel who are above 55 years of age and having some pre- existing ailment to go on leave