The Metropolitan Police said the total number of referrals for fixed penalty notices, or fines, in the so-called partygate scandal stand at 126 and about events between May 2020 and April 2021.
Heat waves reported across State, Wankidi in Asifabad records highest temp at 46 0C
China’s financial capital and largest city with 26 million people, Shanghai had managed its smaller, past outbreaks with limited lockdowns.
Distraught after he lost his livelihood in Mumbai due to the Covid-19 pandemic last year, 44-year-old dance teacher Balaji Sawalkar arrived in the city to start life afresh.
Switzerland lifts COVID curbs; Germany, Austria to follow suit as Europe's pandemic situation improves
A three-step plan was endorsed by Chancellor Olaf Scholz and the country's 16 state governors as official figures show Germany's COVID-19 infection rate beginning to drift downward.
Even traffic lights switched to red to remind drivers to stay home.
Reports on mass exodus of migrant workers false; states should be wary of rumour mongering: Government
The third wave hit the country last month, forcing states to impose local restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19.
With gate receipts decimated, sponsorship down and television rights receipts hit, clubs suffered a four billion euros hit in 2019-2020, and three billion in 2020-2021.
'Pandemic hit schools in rural areas, drop-out rate increased amid massive digital divide': Economic Survey
Independent studies have noted a spike in rural school drop-out rate and a widening digital divide due to the pandemic, the government said.
CII said Hospitalisation rates in the present wave stand at manageable levels and therefore, industry feels that Covid-related restrictions can be removed to enable the recovery process to continue.
Reddy has predicted that the polls to the BBMP would be held in April, and sarcastically attributed the government's decision to 'Keshavakripa'.
The Chief Minister said the activities that were allowed and restricted during the complete lockdown on January 16 would be applicable for January 23 too
Crowds will be restricted at malls, industrial establishments, beaches, theme parks and other tourist centres, it was declared.
Closure of schools forcing boys to work in fields, underage girls being married off: NCP MLC to Maharashtra CM
In a letter, the MLC has urged the chief minister to allow the resumption of schools and colleges with a 50 per cent capacity.
Some homeless people depending on small earnings also raised concerns about the possible extension of the lockdown