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    Wireman electrocuted in Ambarnath succumbs to death

    THANE: A 28-old wireman was electrocuted to death in Ambarnath when he climbed an electric pole on Tuesday. The accident is said to have occurred as a result of reverse electric shock through the generator and inverter. The deceased has been identified as Mahesh Survase 28, a wireman employed with the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd and a resident of Ambarnath. According to police, the MSEDCL office received a complaint about

  • Advocate Gadling Case, Trial court, Mumbai, Bombay High Court, chargesheet, Maharashtra, Naxals

    Why MP’s name is missing from FIR in noise pollution case: Bombay High Court

    Mumbai, The Bombay High Court today rapped police for failing to initiate action against Shiv Sena MP Shrikant Shinde, accused of organising an event in which the noise pollution rules were allegedly flouted. If Shinde was the organiser, why did the FIR not have his name, the court asked, while also asking the MP to make his stand clear. The police in Thane district had registered a case pertaining to a function

  • Dr. Roshan-Dr. Akshay emerge winners

    Mumbai : Dentists, Dr. Roshan Kolhe  Mulund and Dr. Akshay Lulle from Andheri, emerged winners of Nineth Medico Double wickets Cricket tournament which took place on Sunday 14th May at Ordnance Factory Sports Club Ground, in Ambarnath (West).

  • Civic polls: Both BJP, Congress suffer

    The outcome of the recently held civil polls in Navi Mumbai, Ambarnath, Badlapur and the nerve center of Marathwada — Aurangabad — is not very encouraging for the Bharatiya Janata Party as well as the Congress, as both failed to improve their positions.

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