Kalaburagi MP Umesh Jadhav hospitalised due to chest pain

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September 28, 2020

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Kalaburagi, Sept 28: Kalaburagi MP Umesh Jadhav have hospitalised in Bengaluru on Monday.

In his personal Tweet Mr Jadhav said that due to mild chest pain he had visited Jayadeva Hospital, Bangalore and was hospitalised there.

He tweeted "Due to mild chest pain felt this morning, visited Jayadeva Hospital, Bangalore and i have undergone some routine test under the supervision of Dr Manjunath CN, Director."

"I am being advised to get admitted for further evaluation, nothing to worry, i will be fine soon," he added.

Mr Umesh Jadhav and his MLA son Avinash Jadhav have tested positive for COVID-19 second week of August and both completely recovered with negative report.

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October 19,2020

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Pune, Oct 19: During next 24 hours, strong winds of speed 40-50 kmph very likely over westcentral and northwest Arabian Sea, westcentral Bay of Bengal(BoB) and north Andaman sea.

Fishermen are advised not to venture into these sea areas.

Heavy to very heavy rainfall very likely at isolated places over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Odisha, Andaman-Nicobar Islands, Mizoram, Madhya Maharashtra, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Yanam, Telangana, Rayalaseema and interior Karnataka.

Thunderstorm with lightning very likely at isolated places over east Rajasthan, west Madhya Pradesh, Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Gujarat, madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, Konkan, Goa, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Yanam, Telangana, Rayalaseema, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal.

Southwest monsoon has been active over madhya Maharashtra whereas it has subdued over West Bengal, Sikkim, Jharkhand, Bihar, east Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, Konkan, Goa, Rayalaseema and Kerala.

In the regions from where the monsoon has withdrawn, day temperatures were above normal in some parts of Punjab, Uttarakhand and west Uttar Pradesh.

Day temperatures were appreciably above normal in some parts of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh; below normal in some parts of Saurashtra and Kutch.

The highest maximum temperature recorded was 37.5 degrees Celsius at Ganganagar in west Rajasthan.

Night temperatures were above normal in some parts of Uttarakhand; appreciably above normal in some parts of west Rajasthan and markedly above normal in remaining parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat.

Night temperatures were below normal in remaining parts of west Uttar Pradesh. The lowest minimum temperature recorded was 12.7 degrees Celsius at Hisar in Haryana.

From 0830 hours Sunday to 0830 hours Monday, thunderstorm was observed at isolated places over Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha, west Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, Saurashtra, Kutch, Konkan, Goa, madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, coastal Andhra Pradesh, and Yanam.

Rain or thundershowers occurred at many places in Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, madhya Maharashtra, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Rain or thundershowers occurred at few places in Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, Saurashtra and Kutch, Marathwada, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, south interior Karnataka, Kerala, Assam, Meghalaya, West Bengal, Sikkim, east and west Rajasthan, Gujarat region, Konkan and Goa, Telangana, Rayalaseema, and coastal and north interior Karnataka.

Mainly dry weather prevailed in Jharkhand, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, and Lakshadweep.

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October 22,2020

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Mysuru, Oct 22: Due to increasing inflow of tourists for the 10-day Dasara Festival in the city, Mysuru City Corporation (MCC), in an effort to control the spread of deadly COVID-19 virus, has formed mobile teams to conduct COVID-19 tests free of cost.

Also, the MCC, in association with the Health and Family Welfare Department, has started COVID testing centres at 23 different locations of the city.

MCC Health Officer Dr D G Nagaraj stated that the Corporation has taken this initiative to conduct testing on both asymptomatic and symptomatic patients, as there is an increased inflow of tourists, he added.

MCC has appealed to the public to make use of the facility. Besides, if commercial or industrial establishments, educational institutions, Government or private organisations, want their staff to undergo COVID tests, they can contact the MCC, following which the mobile teams will visit their place and conduct COVID tests for free.

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October 16,2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 16: Despite the Union government giving its nod to screen movies in theatres, only a handful of hall owners have come forward to open theatres from Friday.

Speaking to news agency, a theatre owner on condition of anonymity said that many theatre owners are sceptical to screen movies on the first day.

“Most of us are adopting the wait and watch policy in Karnataka, as we want to read the pulse of the viewers before opening the theatres,” he explained.

Karnataka Theatre Owners’ Association president K.V. Chandrashekhar said that there are 650 single screen theatres in the state and of this, 140 are located in Bengaluru alone, while 260 screens operate in various multiplexes across the state.

“Until now, the association has not got a clear assurance from its members as to who are going to open their theatres from Friday. A clear picture will only emerge on Friday,” he said.

He added that the biggest fear among the theatre owners is how the viewers will react. “It is not easy to predict now, as it will take at least five or six weeks to assess the correct picture about the theatre business,” he explained.

However, another source said that only about 15 to 20 theatre owners have explicitly shown interest to open on the first day.

“Covid has created panic among the people and we are no different. It is very clear that when the markets are in red, one cannot expect great returns. Film watching is always the last option for a common man, as his priorities like food and shelter should be fulfilled first. Then only he or she can think of coming for entertainment,” a theatre owner said.

However, most of the theatre owners in Bengaluru were busy cleaning and dusting the theatres, which are gearing up to screen movies.

The manager of a famous theatre in the Majestic area said on condition of anonymity that the viewers’ interest in watching movies in theatres is on a downward trend for the last two decades, ever since colour TVs coupled with cable network came into dominance.

The Majestic area once housed more than two dozen prominent theatres, but now half all of them have been converted into shopping complexes, he said.

According to him, in the 70s viewers used to come to Nartaki, a famous theatre, just for the sake of enjoying the ambience of the theatre. But now it is no more an attraction to the young crowd.

“Even multiplexes do not enthuse the viewers anymore. As people are getting accustomed to small screen viewing, viewers are deserting the theatres,” he said.

“It may not be easy for us to generate enough revenue to pay our staff’s salaries. We have to see how the viewers respond to the movies,” he added.

Speaking to news agency, noted script writer Satymurthy Ananduru said that it is not easy to attract viewers back to the theatres as most of the viewers have moved to the OTT platforms for their daily dose of entertainment.

“If the movie theatres are going to release old movies or movies which have already been streamed online, it would be difficult to attract viewers back to the theatres,” Ananduru said.

He observed that Bengaluru has always been cosmopolitan in nature even before the IT boom happened, unlike the neighbouring states which are full of avid movie buffs.

“Only one movie star enjoyed such craze — late thespian Dr Raajkumar. Such being the case, it is difficult to attract viewers back to the theatres in Bengaluru,” he said.

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