Nagpur Police have registered a case against three persons, including a Mumbai-based doctor and his peon, for allegedly duping a man of Rs 11.09 lakh on the pretext of securing admission for his daughter in a medical course in the government quota.
An elderly man and his wife were strangled to death when they resisted a robbery attempt in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad, the police said on Saturday. The incident took place on Friday evening.
As many as 40 Covid patients have taken a single-dose drug cocktail of monoclonal antibodies at Hyderabad's Asian Institute of Gastroenterology. "In 24 hours, they recovered from clinical symptoms like fever, malaise etc," said top doctor.
Light rains occurred in parts of the national capital on Saturday night, bringing the mercury down to 31.2 degrees Celsius.
As heavy rains lashed Mumbai and surrounding areas over the last few days, Powai lake in the eastern suburbs started overflowing on Saturday afternoon, an official from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said.
Delhi recorded 213 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, the lowest in more than three months, bringing the overall caseload to 14,30,884. The national capital also recorded 28 deaths due to COVID-19 which took the total death count to 24,800.
The Bombay High Court has initiated a judicial inquiry into the building collapse incident in Malwani area of Mumbai, which claimed 12 lives.
Days after Centre announced a price cap for administration of COVID-19 vaccines in private hospitals, Delhi's first drive-through vaccination centre has decided to shut down its facility from today, stating that the operation has become "unviable".
To ensure scientific disposal of e-waste, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has started an online facility for its collection.
A massive fire broke out in an ink manufacturing factory in Naroda locality of Gujarat's Ahmedabad city on Saturday, in which three firemen suffered minor injuries, an official said.
Mumbai received heavy rainfall in the 24 hours till 8 am this morning, although no major water logging was reported and local trains as well as city buses largely ran as per their normal schedule, officials said.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today cautioned again that chances of a "third wave of the coronavirus pandemic were quite real" and that his government is prepping to tackle it on a "war footing".
Five showrooms were damaged in a fire that broke out in a market area on Saturday morning, officials said, adding no injuries were reported.
A pregnant woman has approached the Delhi High Court seeking direction to the Centre to include pregnant women in COVID-19 vaccination drive on priority basis.