Public Health Department, Maharashtra: 21,023 travelers have been screened for Coronavirus at Mumbai Airport, till today, out of which 151 came from areas affected by the virus. 36 symptomatic travelers have been isolated, out of which samples of 31 have been tested negative.

Bangladesh were crowned with their first Under-19 ODI World Cup title, as they defeated India in the final match, Chasing a revised target of 170, the team ended up achieving the total with over three overs to spare and three wickets in hand.

Two persons arrested for spreading misinformation on coronaVirus, today. Arrested persons have been identified as Bipesh and Pradosh, hailing from the city. Case registered, investigation underway.

"Hindu community does not mean Bharatiya Janata Party, and opposing BJP does not amount to opposing Hindus. Political fight will continue but it should not be linked to Hindus," said RSS general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi.

In a case of terror report from South Kashmir's Pulwama district on Sunday, a civilian was shot dead by suspected terrorists in Tral region.

"It is wrong for any religious body to issue a statement that creates communal divide," said Goa Minister Mauvin Godinho in response to Archbishop Filipe Neri Ferrão's remarks.

The Election Commission, over 24 hours after the polling ended in Delhi, recorded the final voter turnout in the assembly elections. A total voting of 62.59 percent was recorded the Commission said.

Kameshwar Choupal, one of the 15 members of 'Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra' Trust, said, "I think that it will take around 4-5 years to construct a magnificent #RamTemple. The best technology will be used for the construction of the temple at the earliest."

Kameshwar Choupal, one of the 15 members of 'Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra' Trust, said, "I think that it will take around 4-5 years to construct a magnificent #RamTemple. The best technology will be used for the construction of the temple at the earliest."

The Delhi Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) will address the press at 7 pm on the final voter turnout in Delhi assembly elections 2020.

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New Delhi, February 9: Despite the national capital witnessing a heated campaign, an average voter turnout was recorded in Delhi assembly elections 2020. The final voter turnout was 61.43 percent, which is nearly six percentage points lower than the last elections. After the polling was concluded on Saturday, the exit polls have suggested a massive pro-Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) wave.

A Thai soldier on Saturday, February 8, killed at least 17 people and wounded several in a gun attack. The shooting took place in the northeastern city, said police. Several media reports also said that the soldier posted updates on Facebook while he was still shooting and live-streamed the shooting.

A complaint was filed with the Pune Police by Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) activist Laxmikant Mohanlal Khabiya on Saturday, alleging a plot to assassinate party supremo Sharad Pawar. Khabiya, while recording his complaint before the Shivajinagar police station, said an immediate probe into the matter. He demanded the police to register the first information report (FIR) on the basis of the complaint.