Petrol and diesel prices in the national capital stood at Rs 91.53 and Rs 82.06 per litre, respectively on May 10. The petrol prices were increased by 26 paise per litre and diesel by 33 paise in Delhi. Petrol prices witnessed a minor surge across country and differ from state to state depending on the incidence of value-added tax. In Mumbai, the price of petrol and diesel stood at Rs 97.86 and Rs 89.17 per litre respectively. The price of petrol and diesel in Chennai was Rs 93.38 and Rs 86.96 per litre respectively and Rs 91.66 and Rs 84.90 per litre in Kolkata.
Locals in Mumbai defied COVID protocols at Dadar market amid the horrific second wave of COVID-19 pandemic. People in large numbers rushed to the market area to make purchase flouting COVID norms including social distancing. The state is under lockdown till May 15 to break the transmission of the virus.
As India battles the deadly second wave of Coronavirus Pandemic, another horryfying case of deaths due to lack of oxygen comes to light, Eleven Covid patients who were in the ICU ward died at a government hospital in Andhra Pradesh's Tirupati on Monday evening after the supply of medical oxygen was disrupted.
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The second Ro-Ro Oxygen Express, carrying 45 metric ton liquid oxygen, arrived at Maharashtra's Kalamboli yard on April 26. The train was departed from Western Railway's Rajkot division on April 25. Liquid oxygen tankers for Maharashtra are coming from Jamnagar plant of Reliance Industries. Several states have encountered Oxygen crisis amid the rising cases in the second wave of COVID-19. Indian Railways started the Ro-Ro Oxygen Express in order to meet the need of oxygen shortage.
As the second Covid wave in India wreaks havoc, migrant workers rush home from Mumbai. Thousands were seen at Mumbai’s Lokmanya Tilak Terminus. Speaking to Hindustan Times, some of the migrant workers revealed why they would never return again. A few workers recalled scenes from last year when migrants had to leave on foot for their hometowns. Watch the full video for more details.
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COVID-19 cases continued to rise in Maharashtra as state reported over 68,000 cases on April 19. Migrant workers began to return to their native places from Mumbai amid COVID scare. Workers thronged Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to catch trains on April 19. Currently, Mumbai has 86,688 active cases of COVID-19. The State government has imposed lockdown-like restrictions till May 01 and has also imposed Section 144 in view of spread of coronavirus.
While lockdown-like restrictions are in place in Maharashtra, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus remains crowded. Several migrant workers await their respective trains outside the station. Restrictions were imposed in view of rising COVID cases in Maharashtra.
Sonu Sood is back at work facilitating resources for those stricken by the second Covid-19 wave. The actor, who also tested positive, has recently recovered from the disease. On Wednesday, Sonu took to..
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