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Two teenagers drown in Yamuna rive at Dehradun

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RESPECT THE RIVER: New data from the Royal Life Saving Society reveals 1113 people drowned in Australia rivers, creeks and streams over the past 15 years and males accounted for 81% of these drowning deaths.

 Two teenage boys were drowned in the river Yamuna near Vikasnagar area of Dehradun district in Uttarakhand, police said on Sunday.

The incident occurred on Saturday evening when a group of students from Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh went to Vikasnagar for picnic.

Anwar was taking a bath in the river when he suddenly started crying. Hearing him, two of his friends, Mohammad Hussain (17) and Zaffar Ali (13), jumped into the river to save him.

They ended up drowning near the Dakpathar barrage although some people saved Anwar (20). But he has been hospitalized and his condition is stated to be critical.

The State Disaster Response Police (SDRF) officials on Sunday said they have started a search operation to find the bodies. “Rescue operation by SDRF personnel is continuing,” police officer Mahesh Joshi said.

 

 

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Now, Mumbai overtakes China in corona deaths and cases

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In yet another disturbing development, the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in Mumbai has now oustripped China, where the pandemic reared its head in late 2019, according to the official data here on Tuesday.

The country’s commercial capital, Mumbai currently has 4,938 COVID-19 deaths and 85,724 cases, while China has a total of 4,634 fatalities and 83,565 patients, and stands 22nd on the Worldometer.

China has slid to single-digit new cases daily — or less than the new infectees recorded in Dharavi every day — though with a series of stringent measures implemented by the state and civic governments, this Asia’s largest slum has now clawed out of the worry-zone.

In comparison to China, Mumbai city has been recording new patients in excess of 1,100 every day since July 1.

The development came a day after the Maharashtra with 211,987 cases zoomed past Turkey (205,758 cases), which currently ranks 14 on the Worldometer.

On June 4, Maharashtra had shot past Germany (198,064) and South Africa (205,721), both currently ranked at 16 and 15 respectively on the Worldometer.

Last month, the state had whizzed past two major affected countries like Canada and France in terms of total patients, besides recording more daily cases than the UK.

Maharashtra’s latest Covid-19 tally is 9,026 deaths and 211,987 patients, including 87,681 active cases, but with a mortality rate of 4.26 per cent and an encouraging recovery rate of 54.37.

In a silver lining, of the 36 districts in the state, only two — Bhandara and Chandrapur — have recorded zero fatality, though they have 78 and 69 Covid-19 patients, respectively, while Gadchiroli, Hingoli and Wardha have only one death each till date.

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SSB trooper shoots senior, self in J&K’s Kulgam

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A Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) trooper has shot his senior and himself in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam district, officials said on Tuesday.

Police sources said a jawan of the SSB on late Monday evening shot his senior, an assistant sub-inspector, fatally in the Kulgam court complex after an altercation between the two, and later killed himself with his service rifle.

Police officers reached the spot immediately after the incident.

An FIR has been lodged into the incident, sources said.

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Terrorist, army jawan killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama

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One terrorist was killed and one army jawan also died in action and a policeman of the special operations group of Jammu and Kashmir police was injured in an ongoing encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Tuesday, officials said.

According to details on a credible police input, an operation was launched on Monday night at Gasoo, Pulwama by the police along with local security forces unit.

While the cordon was being put around the target house, the operation party came under fire in which one police and one army jawan got injured.

The injured army jawan later succumbed to his injuries. The Police special operation group jawan has been shifted to hospital.

One terrorist has been killed so far. The operation is going on.

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