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SSC EXAMINATION 2022 RESULTS DECLARED ON 2nd JUNE 2023 at 1:00pm

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Maharashtra Board of Second Higher Secondary Education will declare the results of SSC Examination 2022 tomorrow at 1 pm.

*”15, 77,256 (Total registered students)”* 👉🏽 8,44,116 (boy’s) 👉🏽 7,33,067 (girl’s) Students can check their results through the links given below..

http://mahahsscboard.in

http://msbshse.co.in

http://hscresult.mkcl.org

http://mahresult.nic.in.

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Mumbai Weather Update: IMD Issues Yellow Alert For City, Suburbs, Thane & Palghar Till July 24

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Mumbai: It has been raining cats and dogs since past two weeks in Mumbai, and the situation is expected to remain the same for a few days. BMC has confirmed that over 100 mm of rain was recorded in just 10 hours in Mumbai. IMD has said that Mumbai city and suburbs are very likely to experience intermittent light spells of rainfall during next 2-3 hours. Heavy to very heavy rain is expected in some parts of the city and suburbs. Possibility of extremely heavy rainfall persists at isolated places. Squally weather and rough Sea conditions along the coastal districts of Konkan (Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri, Raigad, Mumbai, Palghar).

The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for Mumbai, Thane and Palghar till July 24, while Raigad will have an orange alert till Tuesday. IMD has predicted that moderate rain will occur at isolated places over Mumbai, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Thane, and the Ghats of Satara in the next three hours.

NDRF teams on stand-by

The intensity of rain has increased in Mumbai city and suburbs since midnight on Sunday and in the early hours of this morning too, rain has made a strong presence in some areas. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has predicted that there will be moderate to heavy rain at isolated places in Mumbai in the next three to four hours.

NDRF teams have been deployed in Vasai (Palghar), Thane, Ghatkopar, Powai (Kurla), Mahad (Raigad), Khed and Chiplun (Ratnagiri), Kudal (Sindhudurg), Kolhapur, Sangli, and Satara as a precaution during the monsoon season.

“Apart from three teams in Mumbai and one team in Nagpur as regular deployment, teams are on alert for any emergency response at their locations, conducting reconnaissance in low-lying and landslide-prone areas,”

IMD says the following is expected due to heavy rains

1) Water logging/inundation in most parts of low-lying areas and river-banks Disruption to road, rail, air and ferry transport.

2) Major roads and local trains affected.

3) Possibility of flash floods coinciding with high tide.

4) Local disruption of municipal services (Water, electricity etc.)

5) Possibility of danger to very old buildings and unmaintained structures.

6) Occasional gusty winds with speed reaching 35-45 gusting to 55 kmph along and off the coast resulting in possibilities of damage to vulnerable /temporary structures.

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‘MVA Is Trying To Discredit MahaYuti’s Welfare Schemes,’ Claims BJP Leader Raosaheb Danve

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'MVA Is Trying To Discredit MahaYuti’s Welfare Schemes,' Claims BJP Leader Raosaheb Danve

Mumbai: Former union minister and BJP leader Raosaheb Danve on Saturday reiterated that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) is trying to discredit the Mukhyamantri Majhi Ladki Bahin Yojana and appealed to the eligible women to submit the registration forms directly through the government machinery.

Statement Of BJP Leader Raosaheb Danve

“The MahaYuti government has taken many public welfare decisions during the monsoon session including Mukhyamantri Majhi Ladki Bahin Yojana, free electricity up to 7.5 horsepower for agricultural pumps, compensation for the loss of farmers among others,” Danve said.

He said that, however, MVA leaders are criticising these schemes and they are involved in discrediting them. He further alleged that MVA was taking credit for these schemes by displaying posters and banners in its constituencies.

“So be aware of MVA’s duplicitous role and apply for Mukhyamantri Majhi Ladki Bahin Yojana through the government system itself and not hand it over to MVA activists,” he urged the women.

Danve, who lost to Congress nominee Kailas Kale from Jalna constituency, expressed confidence that BJP, Shiv Sena and NCP will fight together as MahaYuti (grand alliance) in the upcoming state Assembly election and win. He said that the state BJP’s core committee met on July 18 and 19 in Mumbai and held a review of all 288 assembly seats, adding that it was decided that MahaYuti together will contest the upcoming assembly poll.

Raosaheb Danve Takes A Swipe At MVA

He took a swipe at MVA saying that its three constituents Shiv Sena UBT, NCP SP and Congress are naming their respective leaders as the future Chief Minister.

“It seems that everyone is in a hurry to become the Chief Minister and the public is already seeing the cracks in the alliance. The division in the MVA was not new as it was visible following the controversy over the Sangli Lok Sabha seat. How can the voters trust the MVA when all is not well there?” he asked.

He informed that Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari will address the party’s convention slated for Sunday to be attended by 5,300 leaders and workers.

“These delegates will reach out to the voters taking up MahaYuti’s welfare schemes seeking votes for its reelection,” he said.

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Mira-Bhayandar: First Cashless Multi-Speciality Hospital In Kashimira Empanelled Under MPJAY After 5-Month Delay

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Mira-Bhayandar: First Cashless Multi-Speciality Hospital In Kashimira Empanelled Under MPJAY After 5-Month Delay

Mira-Bhayandar: More than five months after its inauguration by chief minister-Eknath Shinde on 14, February, the first cashless multi-speciality hospital in Kashimira, has finally been empanelled under the Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Jan Arogya Yojana (MPJAY) – a flagship state government health scheme, which provides end-to-end cashless services.

The empanelment process to cashless services was entangled in the model code of conduct (MCC) which had been imposed for the recently held Lok Sabha elections. An idea of Shiv Sena legislator Pratap Sarnaik, the four-storeyed hospital building built by a private developer in exchange of Transfer Development Rights (TDR) stands next to the Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar Auditorium in Mahajanwadi.

Equipped with high-tech medical equipment, the services were restricted to primary health care in the hospital’s outpatient department (OPD) sans implementation of the MPJAY to conduct major treatment and surgeries. Named in memory of Matoshri Indirabai Baburai Sarnaik, the 100-bedded hospital has now geared up to offer quality medical services free of cost to yellow, orange and white ration card holders.

“The hospital received an approval to implement the MPJAY on 15, July, thus citizens are not required to worry about high-expenditure treatment as they will get access to free medical examinations, treatments and even medicines. The ‘no cash counter’ system at the hospital has started dispensing free treatment” informed Sarnaik.

Managed by a social service organisation having expertise in the medical field, the hospital offers super specialty treatments and surgeries, including cardiovascular screening and treatment, urology and other medical services. This is apart from pre-surgery outpatient department (OPD) services and pathology test facility.

After Thane and Ulhasnagar, this is the third such facility in the district which will offer cashless super speciality services. Notably, the state government has allocated funds amounting to Rs. 25 crore needed for procuring high-tech medical equipment and devices. Moreover, there will be no burden on the civic treasury as the government will shoulder the entire funding responsibility.

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