August 09, 2020 22:51 (IST)
Follow us:
facebook-white sharing button
twitter-white sharing button
instagram-white sharing button
youtube-white sharing button
Cattle smuggle on rise along Indo-Bangladesh border, three smugglers held with 44 cattle heads | Govt transferred Rs. 17,100 crores directly to 8.5 crore farmers' bank accounts: PM Modi | India records biggest single-day spike of 64,399 new COVID-19 cases | Massive fire breaks out at Andhra Pradesh COVID-19 facility, 7 dead, many feared trapped | Covid-19: West Bengal registers 2,949 new cases, toll crosses 2,000-mark

Mumbai: Survey finds 57 percent people have had COVID-19 infection in slums, 16 pct in other places  

Mumbai: A medical survey conducted on nearly 7000 people in Mumbai has found that about 16 per cent of residents of the financial hub of the country have contracted the coronavirus.

Mumbai records lowest single-day COVID-19 cases in past 100 days 

Mumbai: With almost 9000 testings performed in a single day, Mumbai recorded only 700 COVID-19 positive cases in the past 24 hours, one of the lowest figures recorded in the past  three months.

Maharashtra: Aurangabad reports six new Corona cases hours after 50 test positive

Aurangabad,Maharashtra/UNI: Six new Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases were detected here on Monday, hours after 50 others tested pandemic positive in the morning, informed official sources.

Mumbai on alert as Maharashtra, Gujarat brace for Cyclone Nisarga

Mumbai/IBNS: Just two weeks after Cyclone Amphan devastated West  Bengal and Odisha, now Maharashtra and Gujarat are likely to be hit by Cyclone Nisarga on Wednesday afternoon.

One COVID-19 case in Hamirpur

Hamirpur/UNI: One more COVID-19 case was registered at Hamirpur on Monday.

TRA’s Covid Mental Wellbeing Index shows Mumbai at lowest and Guwahati highest

Mumbai/IBNS: TRA Research, a consumer insights and brand analytics company, on Wednesday released a new finding from its recent white-paper, a research survey conducted across 16 cities with 902 urban citizens to delve deeper into the Mental Wellbeing of citizens across urban India. 

Three more COVID-19 positive cases detected at Mumbai Mizoram House

Aizawl/IBNS: Three more COVID-19 positive cases have been detected among those residing at Mizoram House dormitory in Mumbai on Saturday.

26-year-old Mizo woman tests positive for COVID-19 in Mumbai

Guwahati/IBNS: A 26-year-old woman from Mizoram tested positive for COVID-19 in Mumbai on Tuesday.

44 Indian evacuees from Iran released from quarantine facility in Mumbai

New Delhi/UNI: At least 44 Indians evacuated from Iran last month in the wake of Novel Coronavirus outbreak, completed their quarantine period at the Indian Navy's facility at Ghatkopar-based Material Organisation in Mumbai and returned back to their respective homes in Srinagar of Jammu & Kashmir and Union Territory of Ladakh.

BEST staffer tests positive for Covid-19 in Mumbai

Pune/UNI: A Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) employee tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday.

COVID-19: Third patient tests positive in Dharavi

Pune/UNI: Third positive case was reported on Friday in Asia's largest slum area in Mumbai's Dharavi in as many days.

COVID-19: Bengal reports second positive case, patient has travel history to London

Kolkata/IBNS: The eastern state of West Bengal on Friday reported the second positive Novel Coronavirus case as a 22-year old man has been infected with the deadly virus, media reports said.

Actress Dia Mirza leads the strike against climate change in Mumbai

Mumbai/IBNS: Mumbai on Friday came together to make its voice heard against climate change and appeal to the concerned authorities to demand an end to fossil-fuels.

Rainfall: Mumbai on red alert for next 24 hours

Mumbai, Sept 4 (IBNS): As heavy rains lashed the city and left several areas water-logged, weather officials have issued a red alert for Mumbai and adjoining areas for the next 24 hours.

Intense rainfall submerges Mumbai, heavy rains predicted in the city for next 2 days

Mumbai, Aug 4 (UNI) The intense spells of rain, which were continuing since Saturday, have battered this metropolis, by hampering it's rail services and inundating several commercial suburbs, dotting the commercial capital of the country, also called the Maximum City.