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    Kerala Floods: Recycling the past to build a future

    Mumbai: Kerala has started to rebuild itself from whatever is left to fetch. Bangalore-based Roshan V K and a group of 5,000 to 6,000 volunteers are just doing that. They are collecting plastic waste that is left behind in relief camps and the adjoining area, and dispatching it to recycling plant. The intention is to make a cleaner Kerala, stated Bangalore-based Roshan V K.

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    Mumbai: Aarey’s Picnic Point Garden to get facelift

    Mumbai: After constant public grievances and appeals, the Picnic Point Garden in Aarey Milk Colony will get a facelift and repair works. Park goers and residents nearby have also complained of stealing power cable. Authorities have readied a list to carry out improvements and repairs in the park.

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    Solanki murder case: Cops on lookout for woman mentioned in audio clip

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) Police are on the lookout for the ‘woman’, over whom Avinash Solanki and the prime suspect in his murder, Nilesh Shukla, are heard arguing in an audio clip. Police have recorded the statement of Nilesh Shukla’s brother after he submitted the audio recordings, where he has also mentioned a woman in Shukla’s life.

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    Daily Horoscope for Thursday, August 23, 2018

    Want to know what’s in store today for you? Read our Daily Horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan, and find out what your Sun Sign says about the day that will be.

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    Plea in Bombay High Court over usage of ‘national emblem’ in Satyameva Jayate

    Mumbai: After ‘Parmanu’, another John Abraham starrer, ‘Satyamev Jayate’, finds itself embroiled in legal trouble, allegedly over using the ‘Ashok Stambh’, a national emblem. An advocate has dragged the makers of the film and also the Central Board for Film Certification (CBFC) to the Bombay High Court, seeking several directives against them for using the national emblem for “business purposes.” Advocate Ramakant Patil, 30, has filed the petition after watching the film,

  • Administrative changes in Jammu and Kashmir

    At last, Jammu and Kashmir will have a new governor. Satya Pal Malik, currently Governor of Bihar, will replace N N Vohra whose second five-year term in the Srinagar Raj Bhavan ended earlier this June. Malik’s transfer from Patna to Srinagar does not signal a major change in the way the troubled, terror-stricken State is being administered under the Governor’s Rule. It merely means a change of personnel insofar as Vohra was

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    Mumbai Fire: Odontology expert helps identify badly-charred bodies

    Mumbai: Four people have been reported dead and 26 were injured in a major fire which occurred at the Crystal Tower residential apartments near Hindmata Cinema, Parel, on Wednesday morning. According to doctors, all four bodies have been identified, of which two were identified using the help of an accessories and forensic odontology expert. The injured have sustained minor burn injuries and are all stable now.

  • Rural incomes worse than previously imagined

    The latest Nabard survey on All India Rural Financial Inclusion Survey 2016-17 — https://www.nabard.org/auth/writereaddata/tender/1608180417NABARD-Repo-16_Web_P.pdf — points to a bigger farm crisis than had been imagined earlier.

  • Hashtags glamourise reckless behavior

    A 12-year-old turns herself into a fireball, because it “seemed like fun”. She is by no means the first child to have been severely injured while trying the YouTube #FireChallenge. The question is why the challenge, which began around 2012, has been red-flagged only now?

  • Kerala Floods: After seeing damaged houses, return home can be traumatic

    Mumbai: A relief camp is not just a temporary refuge but also insulates the displaced from the extent of devastation around them. But as they return to their homes (with the joy that they are alive), they are hit hard by the ground reality — the fact that a second life means building everything from the scratch.

  • Mumbai: Crystal Tower Developer Supariwala arrested for culpable homicide in fire incident

    Mumbai: Abdul Razak Ismail Supariwala, an old-time landlord turned developer, has been arrested for culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the fire incident at Crystal Tower, Parel. Four people died and 22 people were injured in the massive fire which broke out in the morning. N Ambika, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Zone 4, said, “A First Information Report has been registered at Bhoiwada police station against the accused Supariwala. He was

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    Mumbai fire: BMC did not give an OC to builder of Crystal Tower, perfect example of redevelopment mess

    Mumbai: The ground-plus 16-storey high rise Crystal Tower at Parel, a redevelopment project building, is located just opposite the BMC F-South ward office. The building has existed right under the nose of the BMC; yet it had never been granted an Occupational Certificate. So, it was for all intents and purposes, an unauthorised occupation. This was confirmed by the Assistant Commissioner and ward officer, Kishore Desai, to the Free Press Journal.

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