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Latest news today: Former RJD party MP dies in covid-19, massive earthquake in Japan today, 18 killed in hospital fire in Bharuch, Gujarat

 Latest News Updates Today:Japan Earthquake, Fire in Gujarat Hospital, RJD Party MP Died in corona in Tihar Jail

                             
least 18 COVID-19 patients died after a fire broke out in a hospital in Gujarats

 

Former RJD Party MP Mohammad Shahabuddin dies of NEW DELHI: 

            
                       
Former RJD Party MP Mohammad Shahabuddin died in a hospital in Delhi on Saturday due to complications related to Covid-19.

Former RJD Party MP Mohammad Shahabuddin died in a hospital in Delhi on Saturday due to complications related to Covid-19. He was 53 years old. The Tihar prison authorities had refuted initial reports of Shahabuddin's death, saying he was still being treated at Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital. The hospital later confirmed that he had died of Covid-19. The gangster turned politician was among the high profile inmates of Tihar prison after Chhota Rajan and Umar Khalid, who tested positive for Shahabuddin, served life sentences in connection with a murder case. 


Earthquake Hit Japan Today

                        

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck northeastern Japan Today

  

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck northeastern Japan Today, although no tsunami warning has been issued, shaking buildings in the capital Tokyo and increasing the likelihood of landslides has been suspended.

 Bullet trains across northern Japan have been suspended.The earthquake struck the northeast coast of Miyagi Prefecture at a depth of 60 kilo meters, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. Closer to the epicenter, according to operator, Tohoku Electric. Power Co Inc. No problems at Onagawa Nuclear Power Plant (9506.T).



 Covid-19 India News Gujrat Bharuch: At least 18 COVID-19 patients died after a fire broke out in a hospital in Gujarats Bharuch in the early hours of Saturday morning. Patients on stretchers and beds. 


The cause of the fire has yet to be determined, the official said. There were about 50 other patients in the four-story Gujrat Welfare Hospital when the fire broke out in the COVID-19 ward at 1 a.m. They were rescued by locals and firefighters, an official said.

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