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After the Maharashtra government issued new SOPs for people travelling to the state by flight, train or road from Delhi-NCR, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa, the passengers arriving in Mumbai were screened for COVID-19 at various railway stations across the city. (All photos: Satej Shinde, Suresh Karkera, Shadab Khan)
Ekta Kapoor hosted a Diwali bash at her residence in Juhu, Mumbai. Karan Johar, Hina Khan, Anita Hassanandani, Rohit Reddy, Riddhi Dogra, Mouni Roy, Mrunal Thakur, Sanaya Irani, Mohit Sehgal, Harleen Sethi, Krystle D'Souza, Anushka Ranjan, Aditya Seal, Karan Patel, Ankita Bhargava, Karishma Tanna, Shabbir Ahluwalia, Kanchi Kaul, Urvashi Dholakia, Vikas Gupta attended the celebration. We have pictures
At least a dozen members of the Union Council of Ministers were infected with the deadly virus. All but one recovered, though for a few, the recovery took longer.
As the coronavirus cases across the globe crossed the 36 million mark, even public figures underwent the test. Some of them were found to be positive, whereas some tested negative.
Malaika Arora was spotted wearing a pretty neon summer dress by the shutterbugs in Bandra, Mumbai. The actress, after her recovery from COVID-19, has started stepping out on a daily basis. We have pictures
After getting tested negative, the actress has been keeping up with a leathy lifestyle. Malaika Arora was clicked taking long walks in the city. Friend Sophie Choudry accompanied the fitness diva. We have pictures
Malaika Arora was spotted near her Bandra residence by the shutterbugs. The actress looked as fresh as a daisy in her bright shirt. We have pictures.
At a time when the art musuems, galleries and studios have been closed all over the world due the coronavirus, graffiti paintings and murals has become popular. Artists from across the globe are creating graffitis to spread inspiring messages to lift the spirits of people. Artists from Bengaluru and Noida have also extended there contribution to this new international phenomenon. (Pic/AFP, ANI)
Every year, September is marked with grand celebration of the annual Bandra Fair, marking the birthday of Mother Mary. However, this year the Bandra Fair festival will not be organised due to the COVID-19 crisis. Here's a look at throwback pictures of the popular 'Bandra Fair' from the previous years.
(All photos/mid-day photographers)
Doordarshan turned 61 today, September 15, 2020, thus, bringing back memories of Television's golden era when entertainment in the country revolved around serials such as Mahabharata, Circus, Fauji, Ramayan and Malgudi Days. On the occasion, here's a list of 18 other classic TV shows we wish we could rewatch!
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, animals have been snapped across the globe and seen reclaiming the streets while humans stayed indoors. In Mumbai, the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) has become a centre of attraction as not once but on several occasions spotted deers have been snapped roaming freely in the park. Don't believe us. See pictures.
(All photos/SGNP and Satej Shinde)
In compliance with the health advisories and guidelines laid down by World Health Organisation (WHO), India is taking strides in implementing hand washing/cleaning as the foremost tool in the battle against COVID-19.
All pictures: Unicef, Unicef India, World Health Organisation's Instagram, AFP.
Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar, and its first 10 days are observed by Muslims in reflection and sorrow, culminating in Ashura. This year, Ashura, when the martyrdom of Prophet Mohammed’s grandson Imam Hussein in Karbala is commemorated, was on Sunday. Peaceful and small processions were held in Mumbai amid tight police security from Bhendi Bazaar to the graveyard in Mazgaon.
(All Photos/Ashish Raje)
Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega actress Kanika Mann has been enjoying her quarantine time to the fullest, by sharing some amazing pictures of herself. Take a look.
As India's coronavirus tally mounted to 33.87 lakh, while the toll reached 61,529 on Friday, Maharashtra continued to be the worst-hit state with 7,33,568 cases and 23,444 deaths. Amid the chaos, the police departments across India is keeping the citizens informed and urging people to take the necessary precautions by sharing witty and humourous posts on their social media accounts.
(All photos/Twitter Mumbai Police, Nagpur Police, Pune Police, Maharashtra Police)
Sara Ali Khan was snapped shooting in Goregaon FilmCity in Mumbai. The actress was seen donning multiple looks at the shoot. We have pictures
Russia, which last week became the first country to grant regulatory approval to a COID-19 vaccine amid scepticism from the global scientific community, has started manufacturing vaccine Sputnik V. Russia also released a 38-second video, created by the Russian Direct Investment Fund, showing how Sputnik V will slowly eradicates coronavirus. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that three vaccines are in the stage of clinical testing in India and mass production will begin as soon as scientists give green signal. (All photos/AFP)
While stuck at home, amid lockdown, doing the regular chores like everyone else, Prachi Desai has been missing on her wanderlust. Take a look.
The coronavirus failed to dampen the spirit of Mumbaikars as citizens were seen celebrating the Parsi New Year and also prepping for the Ganesh Chaturthi festival. From visiting fire temples to offer prayers for Navroz and buying Ganpati idols and decorations, here's how Mumbaikars are celebrating the festivals during pandemic.
(All photos/Shadab Khan, Satej Shinde, Ashish Raje, Bipin Kokate)
Shamita Shetty was clicked outside a popular salon in Juhu, Mumbai. Saiee Manjrekar was also snapped by the photographers at a shopping centre in the suburbs. We have pictures.