The mayor's comments came a day after ruling BJP corporators accused Patil of playing politics over the issue of granting Rs 3,000 financial assistance to hawkers, vendors, auto-rickshaw drivers and barbers.
“Since the lockdown, the theatre industry has been affected greatly and there seems to be no quick recovery at present. Being familiar with the way theatre works, we backstage artists are suffering as their livelihood has vanished,” says Kushal Kote, the head of events at Wide Wings.
The PMC’s weekly report said that while 1,962 new patients were found infected from June 5 to 11 at a positivity rate of 4.75 per cent, 1,838 new infections were reported from June 12 to 18 at a weekly positivity rate of 4.96 per cent.
The proposed population control policy will, however, not be applicable in all the schemes in Assam immediately as many of the benefits are offered by the central government, Himanta Biswa Sarma said at a press conference here.
In an FIR, police had alleged that Ummed Pahalwan Idrisi “attempted to give the incident a communal colour”.
Prasad’s son, Karan, told the police that his father consumed alcohol and sleeping pills on Thursday night.
SJ Haider, who also belongs to the same batch as Sharma, was transferred to the education department and will replace Sharma. Patel will now take over as vice-chairman and managing director of Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation and will replace Haider.
Pawar pointed out that even developed countries such as the UK and the US have seen a third wave of Covid-19, and health experts have advised that the government should remain vigilant and adopt a cautious policy to avoid a damaging third wave in the state.
Sambhajiraje said the state government had told him that it will take the advice of the Attorney General of India for implementing the supernumerary system.
According to police, the accused had allegedly raped his younger sister -- who had started living with him and his wife after their parents passed away -- on multiple occasions.
The announcements, particularly regarding temples opening doors to women priests, have triggered heated debates in the state.
The request for help “was posted everywhere, on Twitter, Facebook,” he says. Among those who reached out to him was the office of former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.
The students' union's vice-president Saket Moon said the administration was selectively issuing notices over old incidents
Pune city on Saturday could witness light to moderate intensity rainfall towards the evening hours of the day, and intense spells are likely to hit the ghat areas.
Records maintained by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation show that 13.26 lakh passengers travelled on the network on June 18 — up from 6.38 lakh on June 7 when services commenced after nearly a month.
The BMC has designated 10 centres where people in this age group can get their first jab only after booking an online appointment.
The police said a medical examination was conducted on constable Mohit Bhardwaj and as per the MLC report, alcohol levels in his body were high.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani took to Twitter to offer their condolences.
According to officials, the ‘festival’ will be celebrated at all 37 health centres as well as private hospitals in the district.
The aspirants said that the Central University Common Entrance Test limits programme options for students and is not in favour of those who come from underprivileged backgrounds.
Shiv Sena will mark the occasion by holding health camps, blood camps and awareness camps.
AAZP sent samples of 11 lions housed in the park to test for SARS CoV-2 four lions on May 24 and seven on May 29 to the ICAR-National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases (NIHSAD), Bhopal.
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri said despite shops, offices and other premises being closed, people have been sent electricity bills with fixed charges.
"I had joined at Rs 2,500 a month, and in six years, all I get is Rs 6,000 a month," one teacher said.
To begin with, contractual Class IV employees of 135 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) have been on strike since the second week of May, refusing to collect garbage across cities.