Private buses keep offIn addition to Thiruvananthapuram city, the bus depots at Peroorkada, Vikas Bhavan, Pappanamcode and Vizhinjam were closed due to triple lockdown. Vellanad bus depot in the district had been closed from Saturday as it falls under the containment zone. … [Read more...] about Six KSRTC depots closed
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Pune district registered 1,434 new coronavirus cases and 19 deaths On Monday, 1,434 new coronavirus cases were reported in the district, which has now crossed the 30,033 mark. With 19 deaths reported, the toll now stands at 888. On a brighter note, 993 patients were discharged taking the recovery mark to 18,322. So far, 1,37,364 patients have been tested. In Pune, there are 7,912 active cases of which 368 are critical and 64 patients are on ventilator support, said Dr Ramchandra Hankare, Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) health chief. Out of the 19 deaths reported on Monday, a 37-year-old man was the youngest. He breathed his last at Sassoon General Hospitals (SGH) due to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). The patient also had bilateral pneumonitis and acute kidney injury (AKI). An 83-year-old man from Bhairoba Nala was the oldest patient reported dead. He succumbed to ARDS and multiple-organ failure while undergoing treatment at Ruby Hall Clinic. In the state, 5,368 people … [Read more...] about Close to 1,000 patients discharged on Monday
New York: A US judge on Monday ordered the closure, at least temporarily, of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which has been the subject of dispute and massive protest for years by Native American tribes and environmental groups.Activists protested and blocked construction of the controversial $3.8-billion, 1,172-mile oil pipeline for months in 2016, objecting to the route connecting the Bakken and Three Forks oil production areas in North Dakota to a distribution center in Illinois.Washington-based federal judge James E. Boasberg ruled the pipeline falls far short of environmental standards, particularly when it comes to preventing oil spills.In his 24-page order, he suspended an operating permit granted by the US Army Corps of Engineers to the company Energy Transfer to build a portion of the pipeline under Lake Oahe that stretches from South Dakota into North Dakota in the Northwest United States."Fearing severe environmental consequences, American Indian tribes on nearby reservations … [Read more...] about US judge temporarily closes controversial oil pipeline
Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely demise has left everyone in a state of shock and grief. His death has left a void in his friend's and family's life which can never be filled. Recently, while talking to ETimes TV, Rashami Desai got emotional. The actress, who was one of the close of the close friends of the Bollywood star stated that the industry has lost a great talent. "Sometimes, reality is an illusion which is created by the world. I was a very close friend of Sushant once, but then slowly we lost touch as he became busy with his work in Bollywood and I got busy with my shows. He was doing so good in life, we were really proud of him. He is not a subject for me to talk and discuss because the kind of love and respect I have for him, I would not like to discuss. This is a personal loss to me," said the actress Rashami while remembering Sushant got emotional and shared he was a wonder human being, "People are now talking about him when he is gone. He was a very nice man and a … [Read more...] about Exclusive – Rashami Desai gets emotional while talking about Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, says ‘Industry has lost a great talent and will realise soon’
In fact, he went so far as to acknowledge the list of 24 terrorists in Pakistan wanted in India, including Dawood Ibrahim, and promised to look for them and turn them over 'because it is not as if we've given them asylum here'. … [Read more...] about Have the Chinese got what they wanted?