The survey showed that around 108 out of 155 units have flagged supply chain issues as a major concern. Similarly, 107 units say cash flow is an impediment to smooth operations. Only 61 (39 per cent) units talked about labour issues as a major problem, while 84 have reported capacity utilisation between 20 to 100 per cent, and 71 have reported below 20 per cent utilisation.
Till Wednesday night, over 8,700 inmates have been released from prisons across Maharashtra.
As a precautionary measure against the spread of Covid-19 in civic offices, the PMC has urged staff to carry out official communication through teleconferencing, videoconferencing, email and WhatsApp, instead of meetings where physical presence is required.
Senior inspector Yunus Shaikh of Yerawada police station said, “About an hour after his release, he was attacked by a group of people. The attack proved fatal. We believe the murder was a fallout of past rivalry. Within hours after the murder, eight persons have been detained by our teams. Probe in on.”
The state government on Tuesday gave in-principle approval for the demolition of the two flyovers to make way for a double decker bridge by the Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA).
Hospitals and facilities run by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) to treat Covid-19 patients are likely to fall short by over 100 ICU beds and over 100 ventilators by June-end, when the number of patients in Pune is estimated to reach almost 23,000. The PMC’s own report has predicted that the number of patients is […]
In areas under the PMC jurisdiction, of the 273 deaths will May 26, 80 deaths were in the age group of 60-70 years, 58 were in the age group of 50-60 years, 57 in the age group of 70-80 years and 37 in the age group of 40-50 years.
When the civic body allowed small and medium scale industries in Pimpri-Chinchwad to reopen after almost two months, many enterprises realised that much of their workforce, comprising migrant labourers, had already returned home with little or no plans of returning early.
H K Sale, executive director at Noble Hospital, said 27 high-risk contacts of the three persons have been traced. They have been quarantined and their swabs will be sent for further tests.
Police said on May 22, the woman had allegedly accepted Rs. 1,000 each from five migrant workers who are all stranded in Pune but want to travel to their home state of UP and had assured to fill their forms and get them passes for travelling to UP by train.
This is the first time in the Ashram’s history that its president was “removed” before he could complete the five-year term. Prabhu, the president, rebutted the allegations against him and expressed his anguish at being “ill-treated, insulted, removed without giving any chance to defend myself.
Satara district police officers said that despite being on compulsory leave, ACP Deepak Humbare had gone to Satara on May 17 in his service uniform and demanded money from a local youth promising to bail him out of an offence filed against him.
Two companies of the Pune-headquartered ‘Group 2’ of the SRPF — comprising around 100 personnel each — had been deployed in Mumbai. They returned to their base in Pune on May 21.
This is only the first discovered Fast Blue Transient Object (FBOT) in the radio frequency wavelength, showing presence of hydrogen.
Divisional Commissioner Deepak Mhaisekar said an analysis of deaths shows that almost 89 per cent patients had co-morbidities, and there was an urgent need to bring down the mortality rate.
Police identified the deceased as Basavraj Bhimrao Kamble, a resident of Ganganagar in Fursungi. Kamble was reportedly a history-sheeter and had been booked for multiple offences in the past.
Divisional Commissioner Deepak Mhaisekar said shortage of medical support staff was a source of concern, as nurses were leaving the city and doctors were citing this as a reason to shut clinics or reduce work at hospitals.
In the absence of any standing crop, the desert locust is feeding on the green cover of the area. At threat are the orange orchards in the area, which have not faced such a crisis in a long time.
“Pawar alerted the chief minister that the BJP was trying to create an atmosphere through protests and repeated criticism, so that it would get an opportunity to topple the government. The CM promised to double his efforts in tacking the situation, especially in Mumbai,” said a Sena leader.
“During the day, there was always a group of boys at the spot, and we would feel shy. There was no option but to wrap the sanitary pads in paper, put a red dot on them and then wait till late to throw them with other garbage,” a woman at Khulewadi slum said.