Mumbai: Latest news updates
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Shiv Sena calls Mamata Banerjee 'Tigress of Bengal' as TMC leads in West Bengal

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday hailed Mamata Banerjee as the "Tigress of Bengal", as her party TMC looks set to retain power in West Bengal after the bitterly fought Assembly election against the main rival BJP.

It is "not easy to defeat Banerjee", even though the BJP worked hard and put in a lot of investment during the polls in West Bengal, Raut said.

One dead in major fire at ink factory in Navi Mumbai

One person died after a major fire broke out at an ink manufacturing unit at Turbhe in Navi Mumbai on Sunday, an official said.

The incident occurred in Ambedkar Nagar locality in the morning, the fire brigade official said.

Balaji Polycoat, the factory where the blaze erupted, manufactures printing inks, coatings for metals and plastic packaging, he said.

3,672 fresh COVID-19 cases registered in last 24 hours

Citing outcome in West Bengal polls, NCP seeks Amit Shah's resignation

Stating that the public mandate is a referendum in democracy, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Sunday demanded the resignation of Union Home Minister Amit Shah reminding him of his reported remarks during the campaigning for the West Bengal elections.

Maharashtra sees slight dip in COVID-19 tally, records 56,647 new cases

Man stabs wife to death on suspicion of illicit affair, held in Kandivli

A man allegedly stabbed his wife to death at their residence in suburban Kandivali on the suspicion that she was in an extra-marital relationship with someone, police said on Sunday.

The incident occurred at Krani Nagar locality on Saturday and accused Mahesh Soni (51) has been arrested for the crime, they said.

No vaccination for people above 45 years on Monday, says BMC

Vaccination of the people above 45 years will not be conducted in Mumbai on Monday due to the shortage of vaccines, the city civic body said on Sunday.

Vaccination for the people in the age group of 18 to 44 years will continue at five centres in the megapolis, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said in a statement.

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