“It seems that Maharashtra government has left Vidarbha, Marathwada and north Maharashtra in the hands of God. In these backward regions, the situation is grave," Devendra Fadnavis wrote.
The attendants of a Covid-19 patient were allegedly attacked when they tried to inquire about the line of treatment given to the deceased at the Saini Heart Institute, police said.
Just four days back, Centre had approved two ISO containers for Punjab with capacity of 20 MT each to help the state tide over logistical issues in lifting its allotted quota of medical oxygen.
Ahmedabad recorded the maximum drop, from nearly 27,000 samples tested on May 13 to just 21,800 samples on May 14.
In wake of the increasing cases of Black Fungus -- a post-Covid-19 complication -- in patients, Haryana government has declared black fungus a notified disease in the state.
The hospital had told the High Court that the Delhi government was to blame for oxygen not reaching on time. However, the government claimed that its inquiry had shown the patients died of ‘respiratory failure’ and not oxygen shortage.
The government, which had passed orders to buy 1.34 crore Covaxin and Covisheild doses for those in the 18-44 age group, has been facing shortage with 100 session sites being shut because of Covaxin shortage earlier this week.
Pre-monsoon showers were also recorded in May in the city. The average total rainfall recorded in May is 11.3 degrees Celsius.
Sugar mills in Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, the two biggest producers of sugarcane, have reported a staggering Rs 16,923.81 crore worth of cane dues at the end of the 2020-21 crushing season.
AAP Punjab president Mann said that it was the responsibility of the Captain government to make arrangements and treat the victims to prevent the spread of Covid pandemic in the villages but the government had failed miserably in fulfilling its responsibilities.
Left alone, daughter calls it murder; colleagues say state govt unclear on compensation to NHM employees working on contract
Prof Veena Kukreja was recovering from Covid when she died on Friday at a hospital in Rohini
Mumbai's case recovery rate currently stands at 92 per cent, while the overall growth rate for the period from May 8 to 14 is 0.32 per cent.
The former Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal attacks said that “It is truly stunning, unbelievable and unforgivable if these leaders indeed have been refusing to reveal the evidence they have against anyone as they claim day in and day out."
Sources in the ministry of cooperation and marketing said, “Despite the ongoing pandemic and surplus production for past three years leading to decline in sugar demand and prices, Maharashtra has fared well.”
The judge said that there is enough material on record to presume that Hussain was "very well present" at the spot of crime and was exhorting the rioters of a particular community.
Amarinder termed Adityanath’s tweet on the matter as an attempt to incite "communal hatred" in his peaceful state.
A group of about 10 persons armed with iron rods and wooden sticks allegedly attacked
BJP national general secretary Tarun Chug said Amarinder Singh has, for the first time since Independence, sowed communal seeds in the state where harmony and amity have been the guiding principles.
Himachal Pradesh government extended the ‘corona curfew’ in the state till May 26 without any major changes in the restrictions
The warning comes at a time hundreds are queuing up for the Covid treatment drug in front of government-run outlets with prescriptions from private hospitals.
The development comes close on the heels of two kidnappings by the outfit and a grenade blast killing two, for which the militant organisation is suspected.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said Municipal Corporation of Delhi, due to its incompetence and corruption, has not been distributing salaries to its employees during the pandemic and so the Delhi government has issued assistance of Rs 1,051 crore.
The HC said the large number of vacancies would create more burden on existing healthcare staff in treating Covid patients and directed the state to take expeditious steps to fill up the vacancies on 'priority basis'.
Despite the legal and to some extent social developments happening on LGTBIQA front, quite a few lacunae remain to be addressed, says Bindumadhav Khire, director of the Bindu Queer Rights Foundation, who is leading this initiative.