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Reacting to the magazine's claims, Jenner wrote on Twitter, "I can name a list of 100 things more important right now than fixating on how much money I have."

Roopa Ganguly, Mahabharat

Roopa Ganguly, who played the role of Draupadi in BR Chopra's Mahabharat, opens up about the show's popularity, memories from shoot days and more.

Sargun Mehta, Tiktok

While Sargun Mehta's entertaining videos also featuring husband Ravi Dubey are a treat to watch, her recent dance videos have got her fans quite excited.

Technology

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Here's how you can get to know which store is open near you via the Google Pay app.

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Here is a look at the top five puzzle games that you can install in your phone to have a little fun and to challenge your brain a bit.

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In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, governments and companies across the world are taking to several sanitation practices including a solution that has been in use for decades for effective disinfection – ultraviolet (UV) light.

Mumbai News

Hours after being discharged from Covid Care Centre, Mumbai cop dies
Hours after being discharged from Covid Care Centre, Mumbai cop dies

As per BMC’s discharge policy, if a patient remains asymptomatic, he can be discharged after 10 days without a test. In this case, the doctor said no Covid-19 test was required.

Employees urge BMC to allot hospital beds for virus-afflicted staff
Employees urge BMC to allot hospital beds for virus-afflicted staff

So far, more than 1,500 civic employees — healthcare staff, engineers, workers from the conservancy department, and others on coronavirus-related duties — have been infected by the virus, while 25 have succumbed due to it.

BMC class III & IV staffers upset: ‘Not being tested, not being treated’
BMC class III & IV staffers upset: ‘Not being tested, not being treated’

Across Mumbai, according to municipal commissioner Iqbal Chahal, 1,529 BMC staffers have been infected. Municipal Mazdoor Union estimates there are 520 Class III and IV staffers infected across civic hospitals and an equal number in quarantine.

Mumbai: In four wards, recovery rate less than 20 per cent
Mumbai: In four wards, recovery rate less than 20 per cent

A test to check if the person is negative is only done if the patient has severe Covid-19 symptoms. Mumbai now has 16,008 recovered patients, and 19745 active cases.

With monsoon arriving soon, flood alerts to begin in Mumbai
With monsoon arriving soon, flood alerts to begin in Mumbai

Every year, Mumbai receives very heavy rain within a short time, which usually brings the city to a halt. Urban flooding is common in the city from June to September, resulting in the crippling of traffic, railways and airlines.

Lockdown: Jain monks seek easing of travel norms for Chaturmas
Lockdown: Jain monks seek easing of travel norms for Chaturmas

In a memorandum to the Chief Minister, general secretary of the state Congress Committee president Suman Agarwal urged the chief minister to provide protection and help from the police and ease travel restrictions for sadhus and sadhvis during the lockdown.

Mumbai court rejects bail to Sudha Bharadwaj arrested in Elgar Parishad case
Mumbai court rejects bail to Sudha Bharadwaj arrested in Elgar Parishad case

In her interim bail plea filed on medical grounds, Bharadwaj had said that she is at a high risk of contracting the virus in prison and in her present medical condition, it would be ‘life-threatening’.

Mumbai: 3 arrested for cyber fraud
Mumbai: 3 arrested for cyber fraud

Assistant Inspector Laxmikant Salunke of the crime branch’s property cell said the complainant received an email from a Mumbai-based firm demanding a payment of Rs 15.8 lakh that was owed to them.

After bribery allegations against cops, man moves writ petition in Bombay HC
After bribery allegations against cops, man moves writ petition in Bombay HC

The petitioner has claimed that he was arrested by the police and threatened with third-degree torture after he refused to pay money to the three officers in an alleged cheating case. A chargesheet was subsequently filed in April against the petitioner, who is currently out on bail.

Mumbai: 518 police personnel to retire Sunday, sans farewell ceremony
Mumbai: 518 police personnel to retire Sunday, sans farewell ceremony

The ceremonies are usually graced by the commissioner, joint commissioner and several other senior IPS officers. The commissioner honours the retiring officer by handing over a shawl, a coconut, a badge of honor, a retirement identity card and a wristwatch with the insignia of the police.

Mumbai: Less than half of shops, food outlets open at airport
Mumbai: Less than half of shops, food outlets open at airport

As per the standard operating protocol laid out by Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), no customer can touch any product in a shop and will be helped by a staffer. The shops need to be regularly sanitised, besides following social-distancing norms and contactless transactions.

Non-stop efforts being made to resume local train and Metro services: Chahal
Non-stop efforts being made to resume local train and Metro services: Chahal

Earlier this month, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to start Mumbai suburban railway services for the use of those working in essential services.

Contact tracing: How Mumbai lost the momentum
Contact tracing: How Mumbai lost the momentum

BMC staffers, overworked, fatigued and fearful of the virus, struggled to cope with the tough rigour of the process – combing congested localities, interviewing people, testing and isolating them.

Four booked for attacking forest guards in Kalwa
Four booked for attacking forest guards in Kalwa

The guards were pelted with stones while trying to remove an encroachment in the reserve forest area.

Man arrested for illegally selling liquor in Mumbai
Man arrested for illegally selling liquor in Mumbai

According to the police, the accused had been selling liquor since the beginning of the lockdown.

Mumbai BJP chief Lodha challenges police order making admins liable for misinformation on social media
Mumbai BJP chief Lodha challenges police order making admins liable for misinformation on social media

BJP Mumbai president Mangal Prabhat Lodha sought to set aside the order calling it vague and against the Constitution. He said the order was not based on objective facts and showed the state government’s inability to contain COVID-19 outbreak.

HC: Unjust to differentiate frontline civic workers with regular employees
HC: Unjust to differentiate frontline civic workers with regular employees

Bombay HC directs Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation to pay Rs. 300 daily allowance to certified contractual workers on COVID-19 duty

Covid effect: NITIE adopts 5 villages to aid adivasi communities in absence of livelihood
Covid effect: NITIE adopts 5 villages to aid adivasi communities in absence of livelihood

Since the beginning of a nationwide lockdown, the NITIE team has been coordinating with Pralhad Lokade, PESA Coordinator of Murbad, to explore ways and means to support the residents of these remote villages.

Fire at South Mumbai hotel, 25 doctors rescued
Fire at South Mumbai hotel, 25 doctors rescued

The blaze erupted on the second floor of Hotel Fortune, in Dhobi Talao.

Entry barred into buildings, Mumbai hospital nurses forced to move out of their homes, leave behind belongings
Entry barred into buildings, Mumbai hospital nurses forced to move out of their homes, leave behind belongings

The hospital had taken on rent, leased out and purchased different flats at eight buildings for its nursing staff. In the last few weeks, hospital authorities were forced to move them all to other locations after local residents did not allow them to stay on in the buildings.

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