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    Mumbai: Police play Samaritans to save people from drugs, alcohol

    Bhayandar: Promising a new dawn for people especially youngsters who are trapped in the intoxicating web of drugs and alcoholism, the Thane (rural) police has now embarked on a mission that aims at dissuading abusers from the habit and preventing them from falling prey to the vicious circle of peddlers.

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    Mumbai: BJP-Sena turn inauguration location into battle arena!

    Bhayandar: As the twin-city welcomed the New Year on the auspicious occasion of Gudi Padwa, Cheti Chand and Ugadi, the local BJP and Shiv Sena unit turned a venue for inaugurating an elevated storage reservoir (ESR) into an arena with ugly display of chaos and high decibel sloganeering in the Shanti Nagar area of Mira Road on Sunday.

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    Mumbai: Water crisis hits Mira Road

    Bhayandar: Summer is yet to peak, but water crisis has already hit a number of places in the city. Thus exposing the tall claims of the BJP-led Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) made in context to the successful implementation of the 75 MLD water supply project. After a span extending nearly six years, the MBMC had lifted the ban on new water connections from April 30, 2017, this on the virtue of

  • Mumbai: Mobile phones stolen, as students keep them outside HSC examinations hall

    Bhayandar: For three students appearing for the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations at a reputed educational institute which was their center in Mira Road, it wasn’t the question paper that stole the thunder for them, but the theft that took place within the school premises on Thursday.

  • Mumbai: Five arrested in TV journalist Sudhir Shukla attack case

    Andheri GRP have arrest five men who attack a TV journalist inside an Andheri-bound local train from Mira Road. Reportedly, Andheri GRP had laid trap at Bandra station to nab the rowdy commuters. All are the residents of Nalasopara and Virar.

  • Mumbai: Hospital denies to hand over body of 58-year-old deceased for unpaid bills in Mira Road

    Bhayandar: A private hospital in Mira Road is under scanner for allegedly refusing to hand over the body of a 58-year-old deceased to her kin, this in an apparent attempt to recover Rs 2.5 lakh to cover the bill. The incidents has been reported from Mira Road’s Thunga Hospital which, however, has termed the charge as baseless. According to them, the delay was not due to money, but to complete mandated post death

  • Mumbai: Senior journalist allegedly attacked on local train by goons

    Mumbai: A senior TV journalist was allegedly attacked by around eight passengers inside a local train on the Western railway line here this morning, a railway police official said.Mumbai: A senior TV journalist was allegedly attacked by around eight passengers inside a local train on the Western railway line here this morning, a railway police official said.

  • Bhayandar: MBMC adopts clumsy way, uses ramp to bridge gaps in new concrete roads

    Bhayandar: Several roads in Mira Road which are lying in an extremely pathetic condition with deep trenches and half-baked concretization with no signs of completion for the past more than a year clearly expose the apathy of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC).

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    Maharashtra: 550 Mira Road flat owners receive RERA boost

    Mumbai: Nearly 550 flat owners of Mira Road project—Tanvi Eminence, finally gets a relief. Recently, MahaRera passed an order asking the promoter (one of the promoters in the project) Dayabhai Sutariya to handover the units by December 2019.

  • Mumbai: FDA officials and police raid gutka manufacturing unit in a high rise building in Mira Road, one held

    Bhayandar: After using them as godowns to stock and distribute gutka, pan-masala and scented tobacco of various brands, the notorious gutka mafia has now started manufacturing and packaging the banned products using sophisticated machinery in residential buildings. In a major operation, officials from the Thane unit of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in association with their counterparts from the Naya Nagar police station raided a gutka manufacturing unit that was operating

  • Mumbai: Tiff over society accounts leads to murder of 38-year-old Mira Road resident, 3 arrested

    Bhayandar: His insistence on having a look at the financial record of his housing society proved fatal for a 38-year-old Mira Road resident, as he was beaten to death by the building secretary and his two sons. While the deceased has been identified as Jabbar Gaffar Bhaati (38), three people including the building secretary identified as Abdul Mukheem Khan (50) and his two sons Imran and Mohsin have been arrested by the

  • Mumbai: Following protest from locals, notorious hookah den raided

    Bhayandar: Unfazed by the crackdown on them by cops, the notorious hookah mafia of Mira Road seems to be continuing  with their nefarious activities. Sleuths of the Mira Road police led by Sr PI Srikant Padhule raided yet another hookah parlour and nabbed nine people including the operator and eight customers.

  • Three-in-a-row for Singhania, bag Inter-Schools title

    Mumbai : Defending champions Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania fashioned a seven-wicket win over Gokuldham to compete a hat-trick of titles, in the Association of ICSE Schools in Maharashtra (AISM) Regional T20 Inter-Schools Cricket Tournament, organized by N.L. Dalmia High School, Mira Road, at the Police Gymkhana.

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    Online sex racket busted by police in Mira Road, three arrested

    Bhayandar: It was routine raid by the Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of the Thane (rural) police to bust at a prostitution racket that was being operated from a posh residential society in Mira Road on Monday.

  • Mumbai: 150 homebuyers register a complaint with MahaRERA against real estate project at Mira Road

    Mumbai: Nearly 150 homebuyers have registered a complaint with the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) against a real estate project at Mira Road which has been stalled for the last four years. Buyers said that the construction work of the project was affected after a dispute among the directors of the company, Kashmira Ceramics Products.