Pune circle, which includes the districts of Pune, Satara and Solapur, has administered over 1 crore Covid-19 vaccines to date.
Pune News Live Updates: Vaccination at the government-run centres in areas falling under the Pune Municipal Corporation will be suspended for today due to non-availability of doses. However, paid vaccination at private centres will continue.
Pune circle, which includes the districts of Pune, Satara and Solapur, has administered over 1 crore Covid-19 vaccines to date. Pune has been able to inoculate 72,61,612 people, Satara 15,97,624 and Solapur 11,90,324, the district health authorities said.
Meanwhile, Pune district, on Sunday, recorded six more Covid deaths, taking the the toll to reached 8,885. 197 new Covid cases were registered during the same time.. The city currently has 2,077 active cases.
Meanwhile, the visit of Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to Pune on Monday, where he was scheduled to visit key defence establishments, has been deferred to Tuesday. Singh was scheduled to come to the city on a one-day visit, when he was slated to preside over functions at the Defence Institute of Advanced Technologies in Girinagar and the Army Sports Institute. During the visit, Singh was also scheduled to review the operational preparedness of the Southern Command and be briefed by the top brass in the presence of Army Chief General MM Naravane and Southern Army Commander Lt Gen JS Nain.
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As part of its CSR (corporate social responsibility) initiative, Decipher, a Pune-based startup, has distributed grocery kits in flood and landslide-affected villages in Satara district. The company said it was working on sanitisation, rehabilitation and restoration of community premise, setting up medical health camps, and aiding infant nutrition programme in different flood-affected villages in the state. “According to preliminary estimates, standing crop on lakhs of hectares of farm land has suffered damages following a series of incidents of heavy rainfall and recent flooding in the state. Our start-up has created a dynamic and young team of 20 plus professionals who are working to aid flood victims. While managing their regular work, the team has crowd-sourced over 500 grocery kits for flood and landslide-affected Jor and neighbouring villages of Satara district,” said Aishwarya Patil, co-founder of Decipher. (Read More)
The Maharashtra Education Department, on Monday, informed that the provisional merit list for General category students for first year junior college admissions will be displayed at 11 am on the admissions website (https://11thadmission.org.in). Students can login and submit objections or corrections through the “Grievance Redressal Module”. The deputy director of education office will resolve the query online, following which the first General merit list would be finalized by August 25th. (Express News Service)
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Pune district, on Sunday, recorded six more Covid deaths, taking the the toll to reached 8,885. 197 new Covid cases were registered during the same time.. The city currently has 2,077 active cases. Meanwhile, Vaccination at the government-run centres in areas falling under the Pune Municipal Corporation will be suspended for today due to non-availability of doses. However, paid vaccination at private centres will continue. (Express News Service)
After a brief revival last week, which led to a few intermittent but heavy spells over parts of Maharashtra, especially over Marathwada, the southwest monsoon will once again take a break this week.
Meanwhile, Anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare said his agitations or andolans to get justice for citizens of the country have not stopped and will not stop. “But I have never agitated just because someone wanted me to do so…I have always held agitations in the larger interest of the people of this country and will continue to do so,” Hazare told The Indian Express. The crusader’s reaction came after activists in Pune, in a letter written to him, sought to know why he was keeping quiet when PM Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre was “taking anti-farmer, anti-worker and anti-people decisions”.
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