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  • A versatile actor turns 46 today. Her full name is Tabassum Fatima Hashmi born in November 4, 1971. On special occasion take a look on iconic role that we love her for.

    Tabu Birthday Special: Golmaal Again to Chandni Bar, 5 versatile roles of the actor

    A versatile actor turns 46 today. She is a star has given many superhits movies in various language like Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Malyalam, and Marathi but she recognised actress in the Hindi Film Industries. Her full name is Tabassum Fatima Hashmi born in November 4, 1971 in a Muslim family. On special occasion take a look on iconic role that we love her for.

  • Mumbai: Woman tragically loses her life after falling from local train

    Mumbai: In a tragic news, a 26-year-old woman lost her life after falling from a crowded local train. The said incident happened when woman lost her balance from an overcrowded train between Bhandup and Kanjurmarg on Friday during rush hours. On Thursday regarding the similar incident, another women had been found unconscious at Mulund station, and was later also declared dead by doctors.

  • Mumbai fire brigade gets eleven jumbo water tankers

    MUMBAI: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) fire-fighting department has become more efficient after procuring new jumbo water tankers with 14,000-litre capacity. The old outdated water tankers have been replaced with these new eleven tankers having high pressure pumps, hose reels (cylindrical spindle) and high capacity water monitor facilities in it.

  • Thane: Couple arrested for trying to extort Rs 1 crore from IAS officer

    Thane: The Anti Extortion Cell (AEC) of Thane Police caught red-handed a private detective and his wife from their rented house in Dombivali while accepting Rs 1 crore “extortion money” from an IAS officer who has been sent on leave pending an inquiry, a top police official said on Friday.

  • Mumbai: Fire breaks out at Andheri building, families evacuated; No one hurt

    Mumbai: A fire broke out at Sai Prasad building at Saiwadi at Andheri (East) on Friday morning. Luckily, nobody was injured in the mishap. The fire broke out at 9 am on the ground floor at Sai Prasad building at Siddhi Sai Prasad society at Narayan Sitaram Phadke Marg at Saiwadi at Andheri (East). The fire broke out due to a short circuit in an electric meter box.

  • 26-year-old woman injured in another stone pelting incident on Mumbai local

    Mumbai: In yet another incident of stone pelting on a Mumbai local train, a 26-year-old woman travelling on a train was injured after a stone hit her on Thursday. The Government Railway Police (GRP) officials of Andheri have formed teams including Railway Protection Force (RPF) and city police to trace the accused.

  • The state govt took the initiative to lighten school bags last year itself

    Maharashtra State education department fails to weigh school bags

    Mumbai: The state education department has not conducted a survey to check the weight of school bags. The schools mentioned there has been no physical inspection in this matter even after four months of the start of the academic year. While, the department responsible to conduct surprise checks in schools does not have clear survey data of city schools.

  • Ujjain: Gate no 5 of Mahakal temple closed

    Ujjain: Annoyed over the breach of ‘darshan’ arrangements in the name of VIP ‘darshan’, the Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (MTMC) on Friday decided to close gate number 5.

  • Mumbai: Paver blocks to be replaced by mastic asphalt

    Mumbai: The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), conducting the repair work on the Eastern Express Highway and the Western Express Highway, has finally decided to remove paver blocks and replace them with mastic asphalt. The authority will relay the blocks with mastic considering its feasibility for roads with heavy traffic.

  • Ujjain: Devotees pray for ancestors’ peace on ‘baikunth chathurthi’

    Ujjain: ‘Baikunth chathurthi’ was observed on Friday at Siddhawat with huge crowds gathering at Bairavgarh to offer the symbolic milk to ancestors. ‘Kartik purnima’, which falls on Saturday, is also expected to draw a large number of people from across the country.

  • Ujjain: Stone pelting, excessive use of firecrackers mar ‘Hari milan’ day

    Ujjain: People threw caution to the wind on the traditional ‘Harihar milan’ day, when they pelted stones on each other on the roads and burst firecrackers. Such acts have been prohibited by the administration under section 144 of CrPC. Although the police were posted between Mahakal Marg and Gopal Mandir to keep a watch on the people bursting firecrackers, excited youngsters paid no heed and even those participating in the procession burst

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    Indore: Crime Round-up: Youth duped of Rs 1L

    Indore: A case was registered against two persons from Ahmedabad and Delhi for duping a youth of Rs 1 lakh under Rajendra Nagar police station jurisdiction area on Thursday. According to police, complainant Rohit Mahaur alleged that he met the accused Sonu Kumar, a resident of Ahmedabad and Sourabh Kumar, a resident of Delhi in 2015. The accused lured the victim with a job offer and demanded Rs 1 lakh for the

  • Indore: OVERLOADING: Why not cut your coat according to cloth

    Indore: With maximum energy of city traffic police being spent in acting tough on the two-wheeler riders without helmet, several other major traffic violations, including some equally dangerous ones, have been going scot free on city roads on the sly. Perhaps, it is tough to believe serious violation like overloading by vehicles attracts less importance than ‘no-helmet’ to the traffic cops despite several instances of fatal accidents on city roads due to

  • Indore: HC quashes poll code violation petition against Vijayvargiya

    Indore: In a major relief to BJP national general secretary and Mhow MLA Kailash Vijayvargiya, Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday dismissed an election petition alleging violation of model code of conduct by him during Assembly elections in 2013.

  • Mumbai Hawkers Menace: ‘Evict them, but give them rights’

    Mumbai: City railway activists have alleged that increase in crime and unemployment rate is due to eviction rules of hawkers set by the High Court. The Bombay High Court imposed a ban on hawking on overbridges and within 150 metres of railway station.

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    Bombay High Court pulls up ATS for ‘botched’ Dabholkar murder probe

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court recently came down heavily on the officers of the Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS), who had initially probed the murder case of Narendra Dabholkar. The HC has asked the Maharashtra police authorities to conduct an inquiry against these officials, who allegedly arrested wrong persons and left the actual culprits walk free.