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Uttar Pradesh: 4 killed in Kanpur road accident

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Uttar Pradesh: 4 killed in Kanpur road accident

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Agra, June 10 : A Uttar Pradesh Roadways bus coming from Kanpur rammed a canter parked on the Chalsar flyover on Firozabad road on Thursday, killing four and injuring several others.

Police said a cantor laden with watermelon was parked on the side of the road for repairs. The injured have been admitted to the emergency ward of SN Medical College. Also read: Gurjit Bhandal denies involvement in Choksi’s kidnapping case

Two men and two women died on the spot. The condition of some of the injured passengers is stated to be critical. Most of the passengers were sleeping at the time of the accident.

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Jagannath Temple: Jagannath Temple will open for public on July 25

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Jagannath Temple: Jagannath Temple will open for public on July 25

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Puri, 17 June : The famous Jagannath Temple of Puri will open for the public on July 25. This information was given by the authorities on Wednesday. Chief Administrator Krishna Kumar said that this decision was taken in the meeting of Shri Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA). He said the temple was closed for devotees till June 15, which was extended till July 25. The temple will be open to the public two days after the completion of the Rath Yatra festival. Lord Balabhadra, Goddess Subhadra and Lord Jagannath will return to the temple on July 23 after the nine-day Rath Yatra festival. “The devotees will get an opportunity to enter the temple after two days,” he said.

However, the SJTA will meet again on July 24 or 25 and will take a decision on allowing the public depending on the prevailing situation, Kumar said. Snan Yatra (bathing festival) on June 24 and Rath Yatra on July 12 will be conducted without devotees as per the decision of the state government, following the COVID-19 guidelines. Kumar said that the Rath Yatra would be done in the presence of security personnel with the participation of the servicemen. He said that the servants participating in the festival will have to submit a certificate of both the doses of vaccination or a Covid negative report. Also read: Bihar COVID-19 Update: Corona slowed down in Bihar, no more than 50 infected were found in any district

District Magistrate Samarth Verma said that prohibitory orders would be enforced in Puri during the festival. The SJTA in a separate meeting also decided to constitute two committees to cover the eight gates of Jagannath temple with silver lining. One of them will be the Technical Committee and the other will represent the Sewadars. Kumar said that a donor would provide silver. Kumar said around two tonnes of metal is likely to be used.

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Bihar COVID-19 Update: Corona slowed down in Bihar, more than 50 infected were not found in any district

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Bihar COVID-19 Update: Corona slowed down in Bihar, more than 50 infected were not found in any district

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Patna, June 17 : In Bihar, now the process of meeting corona patients has reduced considerably, due to which the situation is becoming normal. On Wednesday, the number of active corona patients in the state has come down to 3,990. 370 new cases have been reported in the state on Wednesday. No district in the state has reported more than 50 cases. 370 corona infected have been identified in the state on Wednesday, which is less than Tuesday. On Tuesday, 410 infected people were identified in the state.

According to the report released by the Health Department, among the new patients in the state, Patna has the highest number of 34 new infected, while 27 new patients were found in Saharsa. Out of 38 districts of the state, less than 10 patients have been found in 22 districts. During the last 24 hours, 1,11,819 samples were tested in the state, so far a total of 3.16 crore samples have been tested in the state. The state’s recovery rate has reached 98.12 percent on Wednesday. Also read: Maharashtra COVID-19 Update: New cases of Kovid infection increase in Maharashtra, so far more than 1 thousand deaths

According to the report of the Health Department, in the last 24 hours in the state, 730 people have gone back to their homes free of corona infection. It is a matter of relief in the state that there is a steady decline in the number of active patients. The number of active patients in the state has gone up to 3,990.

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Maharashtra COVID-19 Update: New cases of Kovid infection increase in Maharashtra, so far more than 1 thousand deaths

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Maharashtra COVID-19 Update: New cases of Kovid infection increase in Maharashtra, so far more than 1 thousand deaths

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Mumbai, June 17 : Health officials said on Wednesday that the number of deaths due to Kovid-19 (COVID-19) in Maharashtra remained high, while new infections also crossed the 10,000-mark, although the number of patients recovering has also increased. . Against the 1,458 deaths announced on Monday, the state now revealed a lower figure of 1,236 deaths (237 new, and 999 earlier deaths), taking the total to 115,390. The number of fresh cases rose to 10,107 from 9,350 on Tuesday, taking the total tally to 59,34,880.

In Mumbai, for the 20th day in a row, new infections remained below the 1,000 mark, but rose to 821 from 572 a day earlier, taking the city’s tally to 717,172. The death toll dropped to 11 from 14 a day earlier, taking the total number of deaths to 15,227. The number of active cases fell from 138,361 to 136,661, while 10,567 fully recovered patients – again more than the number of fresh infections – returned home, taking the total to 56,79,746, while the recovery rate declined by 95.69 per cent. 95.07 percent.. ALSO READ: 67,208 new COVID cases & 2,330 deaths in India in last 24 hours: Health Ministry

The Mumbai circle – which includes Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts – reported a surge in new cases, from 1,971 to 2,330, taking its tally to 15,67,290 and with 56 more deaths, taking the total figure to 30,990. Meanwhile, the number of people sent to home isolation stood at 878,781, while there were 5,401 people in institutional quarantine.

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