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Published on: Wednesday, May 04, 2022, 09:31 PM IST

LIVE Mumbai: Latest Updates - Will continue playing Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques until all illegal loudspeakers removed, says MNS chief

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04 May 2022 10:08 AM IST

Raj Thackeray shares old video of Bal Thackeray amid loudspeaker row

04 May 2022 10:08 AM IST

Mumbai: Harbour, Trans- Harbour line trains plying normally after technical glitch

04 May 2022 10:08 AM IST

Loudspeaker Row: Mumbai CP Sanjay Pandey reviews law and order situation in city

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04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

Navneet Rana taken to JJ Hospital for spondylosis treatment

04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

Loudspeaker Row: Rana couple released on bail

04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

Loudspeaker row: After Raj Thackeray's appeal, MNS workers play Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques in Mumbai

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04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

MVA leaders hold meeting in presence of NCP chief Sharad Pawar

04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

MNS chief Raj Thackeray begins press conference

04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

Why are we being singled out: Raj Thackeray

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04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

Removal of loudspeakers social issue, not religious

It's not only about mosques, there are several temples where illegal loudspeakers are running. I have already made it clear that it's (illegal loudspeakers) not a religious issue but a social issue, Thackeray said.

04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

Thane: Gulmohar tree falls in lake

A big Gulmohar tree located near Talavpali in Thane fell down inside the lake. The RDMC team is on the spot

04 May 2022 03:29 PM IST

BMC team arrived at MP Navneet Rana's house in Khar to inspect the alleged illegal construction at their property

04 May 2022 09:31 PM IST
04 May 2022 09:31 PM IST
04 May 2022 09:31 PM IST
04 May 2022 09:31 PM IST

Elgar case: Teltumbde visited US, Canada, Pak for furtherance of Maoist activities at international level, claims NIA

Activist Anand Teltumbde, an accused in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case, used to visit countries like Canada, Pakistan and the USA to further the activities of CPI (Maoist) at the international level, the NIA told a special court here on Wednesday.

Reiterating that Teltumbde (accused number 10) is a senior member of the CPI (Maoist) and working in urban areas, the agency also claimed that there was evidence about the allocation of Rs 10 lakh by the CPI (Maoist) to him for his international campaign and visits for the furtherance of its agenda.

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