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Day June 2, 2020

A locked up offer? Govt of India ‘not serious’ in involving NGOs: IIM-A survey

By Rajiv Shah Was the Government of India serious when it asked 92,000 civil society organizations (CSOs) in early April to “assist” state governments and district administrations in taking care of food, shelter and other needs of migrant workers, known to have… Continue Reading →

JSA and Nurses Union write to Chahal – Issues faced by frontline nurses in Mumbai while treating COVID 19 patients

Jan Swasthya Abhiyan – Mumbai, Clinical Nursing Research Society,Trained Nurses Association of India- Maharashtra State Branch, Association of Nursing Teachers Maharashtra, Municipal Nursing and Paramedical Staff Union- Mumbai, and United Nurses Association Maharashtra have written to Municipal Commissioner, Iqbal Singh… Continue Reading →

Corpses In Hallways, Patients On Floor As Virus Overwhelms Mumbai

The public health-care system in Mumbai, epicenter of India’s worsening coronavirus outbreak, is overwhelmed as Covid-19 patients pour in and hospital staff work around the clock. Dhwani Pandya and Ari Altstedter, BloombergUpdated: June 01, 2020 1 For doctors and nurses… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra CM fund receives Rs 342 cr in donations till mid-May; Rs 23 cr spent on COVID-19, Rs 55 cr on migrant fare, reveals RTI query

 Jun 02, 2020 08:38 AM IST Mumbai: The Chief Minister’s COVID-19 Relief Fund in Maharashtra received Rs 342 crore in donations till around mid-May, of which Rs 23.82 crore had been spent on controlling the virus’s spread while Rs 55.20 crore… Continue Reading →

Trevor Noah On George Floyd Death & Protests: “Police In America Are Looting Black Bodies”

Trevor Noah delivered an impassioned message breaking down recent news events involving black men being killed or threatened with police violence and explained to his The Daily Show audience why such acts can lead to protest violence and even looting. Employing his usual… Continue Reading →

Why the U.S. protests matter to the world

By: Ishaan TharoorPublished in: The Washington PostDate:  June 2, 2020 The United States is increasingly seen as a nation turning in on itself. As protests against police violence and systemic racism rocked dozens of American cities, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab spoke… Continue Reading →

FIR against three hospitals after pregnant woman who was denied admission died in auto

Mirror Online | Updated: May 31, 2020, 18:55 IST Senior Inspector Madhukar Kad of the Mumbra police station told Mirror Online on Sunday that an offence (case) has been registered against Bilal Hospital in Kausa, Prime Criticare in Kausa and Universal Hospital at Kadar Palace in… Continue Reading →

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