A day after an air ambulance made an emergency landing at the Mumbai airport after losing a wheel during take-off, a video of the incident capturing the moment when the Beechcraft VT-JIL aircraft belly landed at the airport has emerged on social medi
An air ambulance made an emergency landing at the Mumbai airport on Thursday after its landing gear failed.
India is in the thick of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and yet many are still hesitant to get their first dose of vaccine. Not 102-year-old Sheela Tarkeshwar Sinha though, who was administered her second dose in Mumbai.
Mumbai on Tuesday evening reported 2,554 new Covid cases in the previous 24 hours - the lowest for over five weeks - and also 62 deaths linked to the virus
Fifteen districts in Maharashtra - the worst-affected state with around 6.6 lakh active cases - are showing a decline in coronavirus caseloads, Health Minister Rajesh Tope said Tuesday evening
Vaccination of the people above 45 years will not be conducted in Mumbai on Monday due to the shortage of vaccines, the city civic body said on Sunday.
The vaccination drive for the people in the age group of 18 to 44 years took off in Mumbai with limited access even as the city civic body stressed to have achieved the set target of inoculating 1,000 people on the first day on Saturday.
Amid the devastating second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, a school teacher in Mumbai has come forward to help the Covid patients.
COVID-19 vaccination for the age group 18-44 in Mumbai will be done at five centres today, the city's municipal body said.
In an encouraging sign, the COVID-19 test positivity rate in Mumbai has dropped below 10 per cent, municipal commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal said on Friday.
The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) has arrested two Tanzanian nationals at the Mumbai international airport with 151 capsules of cocaine, collectively weighing over 2.2 kilograms, concealed inside their stomachs, an official said.
Two or three months into the COVID-19 crisis, Mumbai gravedigger Sayyed Munir Kamruddin stopped wearing personal protective equipment and gloves.
There is no COVID-19 vaccination slot available till July, a petitioner told the Bombay High Court today in a hearing on how the state is tackling the deadly second wave of the pandemic.
The vaccination of those between 18 and 44 will not start on May 1 (Saturday) in Mumbai because of the shortage of Covid jabs, a top official said today in tweets.
Scores of people were left disappointed, as many vaccination facilities in Mumbai, including those operated by the civic body, state government, private entities, remained non-functional on Wednesday due to unavailability of vaccines.