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RIL closes four Jio stake sale deals, receives Rs 30,062 cr from investors

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Coronavirus LIVE: India crosses 800,000-mark; 100,000 added in just 4 days

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Trump working on executive order to set-up merit-based immigration system

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After asking employees to delete TkikTok, Amazon says email was a mistake

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Commercial ambition sole motive of Mistry, Tata tells Supreme Court

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Amazon has not banned TikTok for employees

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Bihar govt directs six medical colleges to prepare isolation wards with oxygen cylinders, declares AIIMS Patna as 4th Covid hospital

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J-K: Army foils infiltration attempt along LoC; 2 militants killed

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Industrial output continues decline in May; govt withholds headline number

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J-K: Army foils infiltration bid along LoC in Naugam; two militants killed

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Covid-19: 1,500 Indians to be repatriated from S Africa on Sunday

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Plea in SC raised encounter alarm

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Drug regulator okays limited use of Itolizumab for Covid-19 patients

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Telecom Italia excludes Huawei from 5G core equipment tender: Report

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Uma Bharti questions Dubey arrest in Ujjain

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The questions left unanswered: ‘links’ with police, politicians

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How a doctor couple used the 'Lakshman Rekha' to keep their family safe during lockdown

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Since the lockdown was implemented, the residence of the Pitales, both doctors, has been 'virtually' divided, with them occupying one part, and their daughter and her grandmother, the other. Amol and Anita, who live in Vile Parle, decided on the 'Lakshman Rekha' which they don't cross, to protect his mother Shaila, 75, and their daughter, Nishtha, 10. In the initial days of the lockdown, the doctor couple decided to stay indoors and the family went about their usual routine, but as the COVID-19 cases swelled in their neighbourhood, they took a conscious decision to step out and start medical consultation. But this was not before they explained to Nishtha that they would have to keep distant while staying in the same house. According to Dr Amol, who is also a consulting medic for few corporate houses, "My mother and I are both asthma patients, which puts both of us in the high-risk category and is a cause of big worry for her, especially when I step out of the house." 'Too young to unde..
                 

Gold prices slump to Rs 48,900 per 10 gm, Silver rallying at Rs 51,950 a kg

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‘UGC guidelines on examinations binding on states’

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Vikas Dubey encounter: Oppn parties slams UP govt, seek judicial investigation

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India's sex ratio at birth improves; Delhi the worst-performing state

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Vitthal Radadiya’s son Lalit set to take his father’s seat in RDC Bank

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Mumbai's politicians want religious places to open with strict COVID-19 guidelines

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Prominent leaders from across parties have demanded that the state government reopen places of worship, allowing people of all faiths to pray to the almighty for the much-needed strength amid the pandemic. Vice president of Congress's city unit Dr Amarjit Singh Manhas, city BJP president Mangal Prabhat Lodha and Samajwadi Party state president Abu Asim Azmi have requested Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy CM Ajit Pawar to announce further relaxations for the religious place. They said the state should allow people to once again start worshipping at temples, gurdwaras, mosques, synagogues and churches, while following strict COVID-19 guidelines. As part of Unlock 1.0, the central government had in June first week allowed religious places to reopen, but many states preferred to keep them shut fearing further spread of the novel Coronavirus. Maharashtra, where the cases are highest in the country and are still on the rise, too, have kept the religious sites closed. In a letter to..
                 

Mumbai Diary: Saturday Dossier

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The tide will run A stray watches the choppy waters of the Arabian Sea from the deserted Apollo Bunder promenade near Gateway of India on Friday. Pic /Bipin Kokate Irani's circle of friends Rashid Irani after being discharged from the hospital on Thursday All those who have known veteran film critic Rashid Irani are aware  that his life revolves around human interaction — from heading to the local tea shop for chai and omelette, to hours of discussion at the Mumbai Press Club, and of course, going to the movies. Last month, Sunday Mid-day had featured him in a story on Mumbaikars who were facing the lockdown alone. It led to directors Anurag Kashyap and Neeraj Ghaywan reaching out to him. Recently, Irani was admitted to Parsee General Hospital following an illness. We are happy to hear that he has been discharged, and is back in his SoBo home. Mumbai Press Club president Gurbir Singh, who had posted about his recovery on social media, told us that there is an entire WhatsApp..
                 

Gilead Sciences analysis shows remdesivir reduced coronavirus death risk

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Nitin Raut asks MSEDCL to delegate powers to regional offices

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Kerala alarmed by rise in local transmission COVID-19 cases

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Boy was on boat that took fire from Italian marines, claims family; seeks Rs 100 cr compensation

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Two arrested in Rajasthan for offering money to MLAs, topple government

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Mumbai: Fire breaks out at shopping complex in Borivli

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A Level 4 fire broke out at a shopping centre in Mumbai’s Borivli West area early this morning. At least 14 fire engines have rushed to the spot to douse the fire. No casualties have been reported so far. The blaze was first noticed around 3 am in the basement which is a big hub of mobile phones and accessories. Later it quickly spread to the ground and two upper floors affecting several other stores, including garments, footwear, and jewellery shops. Chief Fire Officer Prabhat Rahangdale said, “The fire has spread to the upper floors of the shopping centre. We have deployed a robot to contain the fire. Fourteen fire engines and 13 jumbo tanker are being used to douse the fire.”   A firefighter trying to extinguish the fire in the basement of the shopping complex. Pic/Satej Shinde As heat and smoke have extended to the ground and the first floor, ventilation work is being undertaken at the site with the help of JCB by removing side grills of the basement. T..
                 

Daily briefing: Decoupling trade tries to hurt both, says China envoy; UGC rules on exams binding on states, says HRD official

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Ministers, officials to monitor Covid-19 control in Bengaluru

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Covid-19: 1,500 Indians to be repatriated from South Africa on Sunday

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Covid: Developments in India and rest of world

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This Flipkart delivery address may make you laugh

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Encounter killing of Hyderabad rape-murder accused: Panel probing incident to submit report by month-end

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No patients means dental students' practicals in trouble

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The students' community from across the state has been adversely impacted with the pandemic and the subsequent lockdown. Three lakh school students in Mumbai and around 12.50 lakh across Maharashtra will have to miss their yearly free oral dental hygiene checkup this year owing to the schools remaining shut. This checkup is conducted by the Indian Dental Association (IDA) every year. Apart from the school kids, dental students are also facing a tough time as there are no patients for practical examinations in 35 dental medical colleges (private and government). Dr Vikas Patil, secretary, IDA, Maharashtra said, "We usually conduct screening camps in schools for oral dental hygiene and around 25,000 students from each district avail the facility. General oral hygiene awareness is imparted to the kids in these camps. "A child gets the first permanent molar tooth at the age of six but is always misunderstood as a milk tooth. The child and parents tend to ignore the tooth's health, resultin..
                 

China detects coronavirus in shrimp; suspends imports from Ecuador

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From textiles to furniture, 350 items may face non-tariff barriers

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Haryana board class 10 results declared

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Vikas Dubey killing: Trinamool Congress says ‘justice killed’ in UP, CPM calls it ‘cold-blooded murder’ by cops

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West Bengal: 99.09% ICSE students & 97.58% ISC candidates clear exam

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Ventilator companies hit quality bump on road to Make-In-India glory

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China suspends imports of Ecuador shrimp on Covid-19 pandemic risk

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Amazon asks its employees to delete TikTok

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Covid-19 curve keeps moving up: Nearly 1,200 added to caseload, 26 more dead

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Surat: 63-yr-old man ‘kills self’ after testing positive for Covid

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Coronavirus crisis: Woman dies at hospital gate as oxygen runs out

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An octogenarian COVID-19 patient died outside a Vasai hospital — which allegedly refused to admit her - on Wednesday, as her ambulance ran out of oxygen after over four hours of waiting. The woman had tested positive on July 8 and was brought to the hospital around 5 pm by her family, who were pleading with the authorities to treat her, but to no avail. THE 82-year-old retired government teacher had developed weakness on July 4. A local doctor, Dr. Pavan Pathak, did a consultation over WhatsApp and recommended that she be admitted to the privately-run non-COVID IASIS Hospital at Evershine, Vasai as her body was low on sodium. "She was admitted to the ICU and was administered oxygen. On July 5, the doctors at IASIS Hospital started pressuring me to get her tested for COVID as per protocol," said the woman's 45-year-old son requesting anonymity. 'Threatened by hospital' "I told the doctors that my mom is unwell due to her advanced age and COVID-19 test is not required. On July 5, D..
                 

Trump administration bets on untested company to deliver Covid-19 vaccine

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American Airlines threatens to cancel some overdue Boeing Max orders

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Media crews trailing STF stopped ‘for checks’ 15 mins before Dubey encounter

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At PAC meet, Adhir proposes discussion on Covid, its impact; BJP members object

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Preparing for a new world

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I intend to visit a bookshop. That's a thought that has occupied my mind for the past couple of weeks, in much the same way some people have dreamed of movie theatres and others have salivated over memories of fast food. I am pretty sure not having access to pizza and fries has been good for my body, if not my soul, but I realised early on that not being able to touch books at random was starting to depress me. We have an opportunity to right a few wrongs if those with the means try and work with the greater good in mind. This is harder than it sounds though if news trickling in from Delhi's Khan Market is an indication. According to reports, that swish corner of our nation's capital had to bid goodbye to a bookshop that had made a lot of people happy for decades. It was forced to do this not because customers had stopped visiting, but because its landlords had other plans. I can't comment on what people choose to do with their money, of course. I can't comment on those who choose to w..
                 

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‘Don’t endanger people’s lives; time to fight Covid not polls’: Prashant Kishor to Nitish Kumar

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‘Aatyagrahi’: Rahul Gandhi on PM Modi’s claim that Rewa solar project is Asia’s largest

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M Sivasankar: Bureaucrat who plugged Kerala into digital world

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Tata Consultancy Services lifts curb on lateral hiring amid Covid-19 crisis

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Indian-American to be acting head of US agriculture research organisation

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Chinese company only foreign player to bid on Train-18 tenders

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US slaps 25% additional duty on French goods over digital tax row

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SC refuses plea on deferment of school fees during lockdown

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Another record increase: Lockdown in force, no let up in case rise

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Newlywed couple cancels wedding plans, treats police officers to wedding meal

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Expressing gratitude towards the Mumbai police, who have been working relentlessly amid the pandemic, a couple treated cops at Navghar police station (Mulund) with a feast on Friday afternoon. The newlyweds have also planned to host a lunch every week for COVID warriors in other sectors. Apart from the meal, the couple gifted sanitisers and face masks to the cops. The money they had saved for an elaborate wedding is being used for this purpose. Abhishek and Meera Kulkarni, after dating for eight years, got engaged in October 2019 but their wedding plans got derailed due to the pandemic. The two families finally decided to have a modest wedding on June 25. "The ceremony was held by following all rules; only 50 relatives were invited. While we were both upset about the cancellation of a grand wedding, we decided to make up by thanking our Corona warriors," said Abhishek Kulkarni, who runs a school and junior college in Mulund, adding that the couple's families too readily agreed to this ..