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  • Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: Mojo’s Bistro co-owner Yug Tuli remanded to judicial custody

    Mumbai: Yug Tuli, co-owner of Mojo’s Bistro was produced before the Bhoiwada Magistrate court and remanded to judicial custody uptil January 31. Tuli was produced on Monday before Magistrate RMKarad, 62nd, Bhoiwada Magistrate court since his police custody ended on Monday. He was absconding since January 5 and had surrendered before the police on January 16 after the sessions court rejected his anticipatory bail.

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: Fire Brigade Union threatens mass resignation over ‘scapegoat’ fire officer’s arrest

    Mumbai: After fire officer Rajendra Patil on January 20, 2018, was arrested along with two others for the devastating fire at the two upscale restaurants at Kamala Mills compound that killed 14 people on December 29, the Fire Brigade Officers Association (FBOA) has threatened to resign en masse. Prakash Devidas, President of the FBOA, said their department officer was being made a scapegoat.

  • Kamala Mills fire Three held

    Mumbai : The NM Joshi Marg police have arrested three more persons on Saturday in the Kamala Mills fire incident, in which 14 people were killed and 55 injured.

  • Mumbai: Kamala Mills owner had set up eateries in IT office space

    Mumbai: The probe report submitted by civic commissioner Ajoy Mehta to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday cites fraudulent practices adopted by Ramesh Govani, the owner of the Kamala Mills compound. The report states that the owner and the architect had secured approvals from the building proposal department of the BMC for a kitchen and dining area meant for the staff of Information Technology offices. Instead, Govani and the architect fraudulently used them

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills fire: Police register case against 1Above owners for non-payment of Rs 10 lakh provident fund

    Mumbai: The NM Joshi Marg police have registered a fresh case against the owners of 1Above pub after the Provident Office approached them for non-payment of Rs 10 lakhs towards provident fund.  Kripesh and Jigar Sanghvi and Abhijit Mankar, who also own the Sigrid Hospitality Company, failed to deposit the PF payment of Rs 10 lakh, according to the PF inspector. On Friday, the PF inspector Tushar Sharad Gujrathi approached the NM

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills fire: Fire started from Mojo’s Bistro, confirms BMC

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in its reports has confirmed that the fire in Mumbai’s Kamala Mills started from ‘Mojo’s Bistro’ and spread rapidly to ‘1 Above’ restaurant. The reports stated that the fire started from the flying embers from the hookah being “illegally” served in the Mojo’s Bistro which had partially unauthorisedly covered their terrace and used all kinds of combustible materials for the construction of the same.

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: 10 BMC officials come under the scanner

    Mumbai: Twenty days after the Kamala Mills blaze which claimed 14 lives, Civic Commissioner Ajoy Mehta has submitted a probe report to CM Devendra Fadnavis, which states that 10 civic officials are under the scanner. In this context, he has ordered a full-fledged departmental inquiry against officers from the Building Proposal Department, the Fire Brigade — including two assistant commissioners — and the Deputy Executive health officer of Lower-Parel (G-ward). Five civic officers

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: Owner of Kamala Mills used additional FSI without approval

    Mumbai: The BMC Commissioner’s probe report on Kamala Mills fire points out the possibility of violation of Floor Space Index and alteration without approval in the Kamala Mills compound. The owner of the compound chooses additional FSI as per provision of Development Control Regulation 33(16), i.e. as per the Information Technology (IT) policy and notification of the Government of Maharashtra (GoM). The approvals for additional FSI were granted accordingly. So, Kamala Mills Ltd

  • Tuli surrenders: Threat to arrest his wife works 

    Mumbai : Yug Tuli (28), the co-owner of Mojo’s Bistro, the restaurant where it is suspected the Kamala Mills fire originated, surrendered before the NM Joshi Marg police station on Tuesday early morning.

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: Yug Tuli sent to police custody

    Mumbai: Yug Tuli, co-owner of Mojo Bistro restaurant, was on Tuesday sent to police custody till January 20 by the Bhoiwada Court in connection with the Kamala Mills fire. Tuli was arrested by the Mumbai Police earlier in the day. However, he said that he surrendered himself as his bail plea got rejected.

  • Kamala Mills Fire: Co-owner of Mojo’s Bistro Yug Tuli arrested by Mumbai Police

    Mumbai: One of the owners of Mojo’s Bistro Yug Tuli on Tuesday was arrested by the Mumbai Police in connection with Kamala Mills Fire. The Mumbai Police informed that Tuli had come to Mumbai to meet someone which is when he was caught. Mumbai Police had earlier said that Yug Tuli, who was allegedly absconding, was seen in Hyderabad, while his Jeep got seized from his grandfather’s place.

  • Mumbai: Resto bars, pubs facing tough time getting licences after Kamala Mills fire

    Mumbai: Resto bars, pubs and clubs are now facing a tough time getting licences, permissions and sanctions following the recent fire at Kamala Mills compound. Security measures, fire exits, fire safety equipment and availability of space are considered as priority for new players, while the existing ones have to ensure if they have flouted, they rectify it.