REG. NO. MCS/048/2018-20; RNI NO. 1541/1957/M.P.C.S. OFFICE MUMBAI-400001 MUMBAI | TUESDAY | NOVEMBER 17, 2020 www.freepressjournal.in c I believe every human has a finite number of heartbeats. I don't intend to waste any of mine n NEIL ARMSTRONG AFTER 8 MONTHS CROWDS BACK AT SIDDHIVINAYAK, HAJI ALI ith prayers on their lips and devotion in hearts, people in Maharashtra visited places of religious worship which reopened on Monday after remaining shut for nearly eight months due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, marking further easing of restrictions in the state. The state government has put in place strict COVID-19 protocols for devotees to ensure there was no spread in the infection when temple and other places of worship are thrown open for members of the general public. Wearing of face masks and maintaining social distancing at shrines have been made W CAPF docs head to Delhi D mandatory .Places of religious worship were shut nationwide in late March due to the coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent lockdown. Devotees were seen visiting the famous Siddhivinayak temple and the Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai, and some other prominent religious places in the state. The reopening of the places of worship coincided with Diwali 'Padwa' (Marathi New Year), an important festival in the state, and 'bhai dooj' which were celebrated on Monday . Snake worth crores on FP campus A rare red sand boa snake, costing crores of rupees in illegal market, was caught on Free Press campus by the newspaper's staff on Monday night and handed over to forest department. These rare nonpoisonous snakes are used for making certain medicines, cosmetics and in black magic, and are in huge demand in the international market. They are also believed to bring good luck and wealth. The snake was spotted in the evening by Free Press staffers who caught the same and put it in a bucket. octors and paramedics from CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces) will be flown in to Delhi to help contain yet another surge of coronavirus cases in the national capital, Home Ministry officials said Monday evening, after numerous meetings with various wings of the armed forces. A senior ministry official said 75 doctors and 250 paramedical personnel will be deployed "as early as possible" to help medical staff in Delhi combat the increase in Covid cases. The personnel are being sent from CAPF units across the country . 42 RHINOS AT DUDHWA F our rhino calves, who were born a year ago, have been officially added to the rhino population the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve (DTR). According to rules, rhino calves below the age of one year are not considered in the census as most of them do not survive. The count of onehorned rhino in Dudhwa has now reached 42. "We are happy to include four rhino calves in the census and now we have 42 rhinos in Dudhwa," an official said. Looking good onLine Zoom triggers plastic surgery demands B elieve it or not but video meetings on online platforms has triggered 'Zoom Dysmorphia' -- a disorder involving obsessive focus on a perceived flaw in body appearance -- that has resulted in people seeking plastic surgery in record numbers. According to researchers in the US, patients are seeking plastic surgery in record numbers, citing their appearance on Zoom as a cause. Of particular concern are noses and wrinkles, according to a paper published in the journal Facial Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Medicine. The authors noted a surge in patients citing their appearance on Zoom as a reason to seek care, particularly concerned with acne and wrinkles. A recent analysis of Google search trends during the pandemic showed the terms "acne" and "hair loss" are increasing in this newly virtual reality.