Mumbai Police Urges Citizens to Stay at Home Unless Extremely Essential Amid Heavy Downpour
As heavy rain and gusty winds battered the city,water-logging and incidents of tree collapse were reported from various areas, paralysing both road and rail traffic.
Oil India Says Efforts to Douse Fire in Baghjan Well in Final Stages
The well has been spewing gas uncontrollably for the last 71 days since May 27.
Tree Collapses on Police Check-post at Mantralaya Entrance in Mumbai
Nobody was injured in the incident but two vehicles parked outside the check-post were damaged, the police official said.
NDRF Rescues Passengers from Local Train Stranded Between Masjid Bunder and Byculla Stations in Mumbai
As heavy rains lashed Mumbai and tracks got flooded, another local train coming from opposite direction also got stuck near the same spot and a team has been sent to rescue the passengers.
Centre Says up to 75 Crore Beneficiaries Got Free Grains Under PMGKAY in April-June
Besides foodgrains, 1 kg pulses per beneficiary family were also to be distributed. This was over and above the subsidised grains given under the National Food Security Act.
Draft EIA Notification: After Centre's Flip-Flop, Karnataka HC Restrains Govt from Finalising Draft Until Sept 7
The Karnataka High Court order extends the time allowed to file objections on the contentious Draft Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) notification 2020 by 27 days.
Bhopal-based Entrepreneur to Donate Coconut Recycling Machine Worth Rs 10 Lakh to Ayodhya Ram Temple
Shobhit Nath Sharma claimed after consultations with the Ram Mandir Trust and its office-bearers, they have agreed to installation of the eco-friendly machine upon the completion of the temple.
South Delhi Civic Body Engineer Escapes Shooting Bid as Gun Gets Jammed
The information about the alleged shooting attempt was received at Hauz Khas police station at 2.30 pm and a 'Beldar' (worker) was booked, police said.
Signage on Top of BSE Building in Mumbai Blown away by High-velocity Wind and Rainfall
BSE CEO Ashish Chauhan in a tweet said the exchange has sought help from the fire brigade to ensure the signage does not fall to the ground and injure some one or lead to property damage.
Delhi Police Opposes in HC Setting up of SIT, Committee on Jamia Violence
The incidents of violence in the varsity had occurred in relation to student protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA).
RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Shifted to RIMS Director's Residence Amid Covid-19 Fear
The former Bihar chief minister was shifted as some security guards posted at the paying ward tested positive for COVID-19, said Dr Manju Gari, the acting director of the Rajendra Institute of Medical Science (RIMS).
Conduct Inquiry Against Corrupt Officers Through Video Conferencing: Govt to All Department
The move comes after the government noticed that disciplinary proceedings were being deferred or delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.