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'Goa nearing complete normalcy after outbreak of Covid 19 pandemic': Governor

Panaji, Jan 25 (UNI) Goa Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Monday said that the state was nearing complete normalcy after outbreak of Covid 19 pandemic last year.
Addressing the state assembly, winter session of which began on Monday, he said, ''I would like to congratulate the Chief Minister and his cabinet colleagues, State Executive Committee headed by the Chief Secretary, all front Covid warriors, officers and officials who successfully controlled the spread of Covid 19 pandemic in the state.''
''Though the state has suffered a lot in terms of socio-economic and infrastructure development taking a backseat in the Covid times, but due to systematic planning, regular monitoring and instantaneous corrective measures by the state administration, the state is now gaining momentum in its activities from micro to macro level and is nearing complete normalcy,'' he said.
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Parbhani DC orders to shut all religious places amid rising Covid cases

28 Feb 2021 | 11:32 AM

Parbhani,Feb 28(UNI) In view of rising Coronavirus positive cases across the district, Parbhani District Collector Deepak Mugalikar has ordered to close down all religious places in district till March 7.

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College students can write online, offline exams : Mah Min

College students can write online, offline exams : Mah Min

28 Feb 2021 | 11:26 AM

Mumbai, Feb 28(UNI) Maharashtra state Higher and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant has announced that college students will be able to appear for exams both online and offline in the wake of rising rates of corona virus infection in the state.
While clarifying it on Saturday, Mr Samant said that the students who take the exam offline will be able to take the exam by following all the rules regarding coronavirus infection.

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Marathwada records 858 fresh nCoV cases, 6 deaths

Marathwada records 858 fresh nCoV cases, 6 deaths

28 Feb 2021 | 8:29 AM

Aurangabad, Feb 28 (UNI) Intensity of positive Coronavirus seen raising in urban areas across the eight districts of Maharashtra's Marathwada region reported 858 fresh cases during the past 24 hours, health authorities informed on Sunday .

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Four arrested for running flesh trade, girl from MP rescued

28 Feb 2021 | 3:43 AM

Palghar, Feb 27 (UNI) The AHTC officials of the MBVV Police on Friday raided a house in the residential premises at Sai Bazaar in Tulinj and arrested four persons all from Nalla Sopara for running a brothel the police said.

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70 affected

28 Feb 2021 | 3:30 AM

Parbhani, Feb 27 (UNI) As many as 70 people were found infected on Saturday with corona virus across in the district, according to official press release from the district government hospital said .

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