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FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Saturday, December 31, 2022, 10:12 PM IST
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31 December 2022 10:12 PM IST

Maha: 28 women hurt as pick-up van overturns in Palghar district 

At least 28 women were injured when the pickup van they were travelling in overturned in Maharashtra's Palghar district, police said on Saturday. 

A Boisar police station official said the condition of three women is serious. 

The incident occurred on Friday evening. 

A video showing women sitting on a road along with children after the accident has gone viral on social media. 

A case was registered against the driver of the van under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Motor Vehicles Act.

31 December 2022 10:12 PM IST

Murder accused on run for 28 years caught at Mumbai airport

Mumbai Police on Saturday said that they have arrested one of three accused wanted in connection with the alleged killing of a woman and her four children 28 years ago. 

The arrested accused has been identified as Kalia alias Rajkumar Amarnath Chauhan, a resident of Chandauli district of Uttar Pradesh. He was arrested at Mumbai airport on Thursday, the police said. 

Officials said that a woman Jagarnee Devi Prajapati (27) and her 4 children aged between three months and five years were killed by three men who barged into their house in killed all five.

The incident was reported in Mira road area in 1994.

31 December 2022 10:12 PM IST

More than 14k apply for 194 police posts in Maha's Gondia

A total of 14,676 persons have applied for 194 police posts in Gondia district in Maharashtra, an official said on Saturday.

These posts comprise 172 for constables, for which 13,635 applications have come in, and 22 for drivers, for which 1,041persons have applied, he added.

Hall tickets have been issued and the schedule for physical and ground tests has been prepared, with the entire recruitment process expected to be completed by February, Superintendent of Police Nikhil Pingale said. 

31 December 2022 10:12 PM IST
31 December 2022 03:01 PM IST

New COVID-19 positive cases 18, ZERO DEATHS, fatality rate 1.82%, discharged 14 Progressive COVID19 cases 8136633, discharged 7988044, active 172, deaths 148417 on December 30

31 December 2022 12:46 PM IST

Mumbai traffic police shared traffic planning charted for New year's Eve which will come in effect from 8pm on 31st December 2022 from to 6am on 1st January 2023 for smooth vehicular movement across city.

31 December 2022 12:46 PM IST

Bandra Police registered an FIR against an unidentified person after the PA of BJP MLA Ashish Shelar filed a complaint alleging that a person tried to cheat people using Ashish Shelar's name to get them jobs in the BMC. An investigation is underway.

31 December 2022 12:46 PM IST

BMC issues advisory for public ahead of New Year's Eve

31 December 2022 12:46 PM IST

Many houses were flooded in Asalpha after pipeline burst

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31 December 2022 12:46 PM IST

Central Railway plans to finish Kurla-Parel project by December 2025

The Central Railway (CR) wants to complete the much awaited 5th and 6th line project between Kurla and Parel by December 2025. The 5th and 6th line project is an important project in the city’s suburban section of CR, which is being constructed for the segregation of suburban and long-distance train services.

The lines that start from Kalyan and end at LTT will be extended up to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in two phases. In the first phase, the process of laying down of the 5th and 6th lines is in full swing, said a CR official, adding that over 57% land acquisition work has been completed. The rest of the acquisition is likely to be completed by March 2023.

31 December 2022 08:30 AM IST

BMC to have 100 Hinduhriday Samrat Balasaheb Thackeray centres by Jan 26

The BMC started its Hinduhriday Samrat Balasaheb Thackeray (HBT) health centres across the city to provide cheap and quality health services to the poor. As of now, 52 porta cabins are being set up by the civic body in different wards of Mumbai, with 24 more HBT centres to set start from Jan 2, 2023.

Additional Municipal Commissioner, Dr Sanjiv Kumar has said, “Our aim is to reach the 100 HBT cabins by Jan 26, and further, to have around 200 HBT centres by Feb-end.” 

The BMC had declared that 250 HBT centres will be set up in a year so that the poor can avail of free treatment near their houses.

Many of these centres are being opened in slum areas, with records indicating that 1.5 lakh people have taken treatment at the centres. There are plans to set up 15 centres in Dharavi, and 10 centres in Govandi and Malad next month. The BMC plans to have one HBT centre per 25,000-30,000 people.

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