A Mumbai court on Tuesday granted bail to BJP leader Kirit Somaiya in two defamation cases filed against him by an NGO and a social worker for allegedly making false and defamatory remarks.
The complaints had been filed before a magistrate court here by the NGO Earth, and its founder and social worker Praveen Kalme in personal capacity.
Maharashtra Public Service Commission announces the date of State Service Preliminary Examination 2021. The examination for 290 posts in various cadres will be held on 2nd January 2022 at 37 district centres in the State: Information Centre of Maharashtra Govt— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2021
Correction | Eight accused arrested in cruise ship party case earlier by NCB were sent to the agency's custody till 7th October by a court in Mumbai yesterday.— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2021
Four more accused who were arrested earlier today, in connection with a drug seizure on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast, will be produced before a court in Mumbai.
Eight persons including Aryan Khan, Arbaz Seth Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha, Vikrant Chhoker, Ismeet Singh, Nupur Sarika, Gomit Chopra and Mohak Jaswal were produced before Mumbai's Esplanade Court on Monday which remanded them to Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) custody till October 7.
Cruise ship party case | NCB arrested four more accused associated with the event company. They will be produced before court tomorrow.— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2021
16 persons have been arrested in the case so far.
The state government had promised to take care of children who had lost their parents to COVID by supporting them with the assistance of ₹5 lakh each. Accordingly, ₹15.30 crore have been disbursed so far to the accounts of over 306 children, helping in securing their future.— CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) October 5, 2021
The growing number of natural disasters is putting a strain on Maharashtra's economy, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Tuesday as the states emerges from two spells of heavy rains and devastating floods in the last few months.
He also called for efforts to prevent a possible third wave of the coronavirus pandemic in the state.
Speaking at the inauguration of a two-day workshop organised by the VS Page Parliamentary Training Center at the Legislative Secretariat here, he said although the government is providing immediate relief to victims of natural calamities, it should not be treated as compensation as this cannot make up for the loss suffered by them.
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