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Nana Patole fires veiled barb at NCP, says Congress was cheated in 2014

In a veiled attack on the ally Nationalist Congress Party in the context of a past assembly election, Maharashtra Congress president Nana Patole on Wednesday said his party was "cheated" in 2014 and it is now preparing for the 2024 general elections keeping that in mind.

Speaking to reporters here, Patole also said he was given the task to attack the opposition BJP and not the Sharad Pawar-led party or the Shiv Sena- all constituents of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government.

Bombay HC permits use of A4 size paper for filing pleas

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday approved the use of A4 size papers printed on both sides for filing pleas across all benches of the courts, in order to save paper and free up storage space.

The court's decision came following a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by lawyer Ajinkya Udane, who stated in the petition that using A4 size paper for all judicial and administrative work instead of the current practice of using only one side of larger-sized sheets would save paper, result in felling of fewer trees and free up storage space in the court.

Two men who duped senior citizens at ATM kiosks nabbed

City police arrested two men on Wednesday for allegedly duping a senior citizen woman of Rs 90,000 by offering to help her deposit cash at an ATM kiosk.

Ramesh Devangaon (31) and Feeroz Pathan (35), the accused, were suspected to have deceived many other elderly persons on the pretext of helping with ATM transactions, said an official.

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