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Airports Authority of India Office in Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan Sealed After Four Officials Test COVID-19 Positive: Live Breaking News Headlines & Coronavirus Updates, June 2, 2020

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The Airports Authority of India (AAI) office in Rajeev Gandhi Bhawan has been sealed till June 4 after four officials tested positive for COVID19.



The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a notification for the conduct of class 10th (only for the northeast district of Delhi) and class 12th (all India) examinations that are scheduled to be held from 1st July to 15th July 2020.



CBI carries out searches at New Delhi-based company for hosting child pornography content on the internet.



Uttarakhand: A group of gym owners and fitness trainers in Dehradun staged a protest today demanding reopening of gyms amid COVID 19 lockdown. According to MHA guidelines, the opening of gymnasiums will be decided based on the assessment of the situation in Phase 3 of Unlock 1.



Gujarat: NDRF and police evacuate people from Mendhar and Bhat villages of Navsari district in view of Cyclone Nisarga.



Cyclone Nisarga likely to make landfall near Alibaug tomorrow. At the time of landfall, wind speed is expected to be 100kmph. Palghar, Pune, Thane, Mumbai, Raigad, Dhule and Nandurbar, Nashik expected to receive heavy rainfall tomorrow: Dr Anupam Kashyapi, IMD, Pune



No under-reporting of COVID-19 deaths in India; states doing causality assessment and attributing cause of death accordingly: Health Ministry



Delhi Government allows markets to open in the national capital; Visuals from Chandni Chowk



Convict in 1999 Jessica Lal murder case Manu Sharma released from Tihar Jail yesterday on the grounds of good behaviour after 14 years of imprisonment.



Karnataka Health Minister B Sriramulu takes part in a procession in Chitradurga; social distancing norms being flouted at the event, amid COVID19 pandemic. Total number of COVID19 positive cases in Karnataka is 3408.

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Mumbai, June 2: The lockdown phase five kickstarted with a slew of relaxations in an attempt to open the economy which has come to a grinding halt over the last two months. However, the coronavirus infected numbers in the country show no sign of slowing down and Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected. The tally of coronavirus cases in Maharashtra crossed the 70,000-mark on Monday. The COVID-19 tally in Mumbai crossed the 40,000-mark.

A week after the murder of African American man George Floyd, a private autopsy conducted on his body has confirmed “asphyxia” as the cause of death. The post-mortem was ordered by the bereaved family which wanted to independently find out the exact reason behind his demise.

According to the weather prediction by IMD, a thunderstorm with rain and gusty winds of 20-40 kmph speed would occur over and adjoining areas of Karnal, Sonipat, Panipat in Haryana and Shamli, Baghpat, Ghaziabad, Modinagar, Meerut in UP and many places of Delhi during the next two hours.

IMD on Monday sounded a “red alert” warning for Mumbai, Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Dhule, Nandurbar and Nashik districts in view of the cyclonic storm “Nisarga” that is expected to cross north Maharashtra on June 3.

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