Fake caste certificate case: MP Navneet Rana, her father get interim relief
The police on Tuesday told a special court here that they will not take any action against Lok Sabha MP Navneet Rana and her father till November 19 regarding a non-bailable warrant (NBW) issued against them earlier this month in the fake caste certificate case.
The NBW was issued by Metropolitan Magistrate PI Mokashi on November 7.
Rana, the Independent MP from Amravati in Maharashtra, had sought a stay on the proceedings of the magistrate court as the matter related to the case is pending in the Supreme Court.
Mumbai logs 27 new COVID-19 cases, zero death; active tally at 224
Mumbai on Tuesday reported 27 new coronavirus cases, taking the overall tally to 11,54,702, while no fresh death linked to the infection was reported in the metropolis, said the local civic body.
The death toll remained unchanged at 19,742, said a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) bulletin.
On Monday, the city reported 15 COVID-19 cases and zero fatality.
The count of recoveries reached 11,34,599 after 44 patients recovered from the infection in the last 24 hours, said the BMC.
The city currently has 224 active cases, said the bulletin, adding the growth rate of COVID-19 cases between November 8 and 14 was 0.003 per cent.
IndiGo CarGo starts operations with first freighter Delhi-Mumbai flight
Low-cost carrier and the country's largest airline by number of aircraft -- IndiGo -- has commenced operations of its first A321 freighter aircraft between Delhi and Mumbai.
The cargo aircraft services started on November 15.
The airline said the aircraft, converted from a passenger jet into a full-freighter configuration, would be used for general freight on the inaugural Delhi-Mumbai flight, while carrying general and e-commerce cargo -- CarGo -- on the return leg.
The inaugural flights would carry a payload of more than 20 tonne on each leg, it added.
IndiGo welcomed its first 321F aircraft last month.
1993 Mumbai blasts: CBI files chargesheet against four accused
1993 Mumbai blasts: CBI files chargesheet against four accused
Income Tax raids over 30 locations linked to close aides of Maharashtra Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi
Shraddha Walkar murder: Accused Aaftab's family shifted to Mumbai from Vasai 15 days ago; he helped them move
Delhi HC dismisses Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray's plea challenging the EC decision to freeze the election symbol of 'Bow and Arrow'
NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad has been granted Anticipatory Bail by the Thane Sessions Court in the molestation case registered against him. Awhad was booked for outraging the modesty of a woman
Allegations against my father are false: NCP leader Jitendra Awhad's daughter Natasha
Natasha Awhad, daughter of former housing minister Jitendra Awhad, said that the allegations against her father are false and shocking. The NCP leader was booked by police after Bharatiya Janata party worker Rida Rashid accused Awhad of outraging her modesty.
Natasha speaking about the incident, on Tuesday, November 15, said, "The accusations levelled against my father by Rida Rashid is very shocking. Since registration of the case at Mumbra police station, my family has been feeling languished. Neither me nor my father have slept a wink since then."
Income Tax raids on close aides of SP Maharashtra President Abu Asim Azmi
In a recent action, the department of Income Tax have conducted raids on 30 location in Varanasi,Kanpur, Luncknow, Mumbai and Kolkata related on the house and offices of close aids of Samajwadi Party Maharashtra President Abu Asim Azmi.
Initially, the IT searched at Kamal Mansion, colaba in office of Abha Ganesh Gupta, and office and residence of Abu Asim Azmi located in the same building.
Bombay High Court grants pre arrest bail to suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police SaurabhTripathi in Aangadia extortion case. He was granted relief after prosecutor said he’s cooperating with the investigation
Osho disciples from various places are holding a #silent gathering and peaceful protest outside the Charity Commissioner's office in Worli.
A widely circulated video given the title 'Hatman Killer in Mumbai' shows CCTV footage of the stabbing of a woman in Andheri. We have confirmed that the clip is completely fake & request all to not share it for it furthers chaos and panic.
The viral video of the hatman killer that was being circulated.
Bharat Jodo Yatra is not connected with any vote bank. Its aims are above politics. This is a yatra of a political party & include political topics but its not to garner votes: Congress leader Jairam Ramesh (ANI)
Mumbai reports second measles casualty as toddler passes away at Kasturba hospital
Mumbai reported its second measles casualty this year after a one-year-old infant from a Null bazaar in Pydhonie succumbed on Monday afternoon at Kasturba hospital. However, the cause of death is said to be septicemia with acute renal failure with measles bronchopneumonia.
"The infant was on a ventialtor for two days after he developed a severe lung infection which caused breathing issues. He was put on ventilator on Saturday and the child died on Monday afternoon," said Dr Mangala Gomare, Executive Health Officer, BMC.
The child was vaccinated and only had fever, no rashes. Moreover, the child did not have any comorbidities and was over 10 kilos the last time he was weighed by his family.
Lathi charge by police during fight between Eknath Shinde and Uddhav Thackeray Faction in Thane
Mumbai's AQI up in the air; fluctuates between ‘poor’ and ‘moderate’
The air quality of the city has been fluctuating between the ‘poor’ and the ‘moderate’ categories since the retreat of monsoon. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of Mumbai was recorded at 183 (moderate) on Monday while it had shot up to 253 (poor) on Sunday.
However, even on Monday, regions like Andheri, Malad and Navi Mumbai remained in the ‘poor’ category with AQIs of 211, 228 and 300, respectively.
After four months of good air days during the monsoon, the city witnessed a drastic drop in the air quality from the ‘good’ to the ‘very poor’ category post Diwali celebrations. Since then, the city's air quality has been swinging between moderate and poor categories.
This fluctuation is mainly because of the stagnant winds and increase of dryness in the air, explained the SAFAR.
Air Quality Index of the most significant places across the city
Man slaps, kicks co-passenger for dancing inside Mumbai local train
A fight broke out between Eknath Shinde faction and Uddhav Thackeray faction in Thane on Nov 14. Eknath Shinde supporters shouted slogans like "Eknath Shinde angar hai, baki sab bhangar hai".
Due to crane breakdown Traffic vehicular movement is slow at Doordarshan chowk, Worli, southbound.
Amid 27 hours special traffic block between CSMT - Byculla & CSMT - Wadala, BEST to run special bus services
Keeping in mind the 27 hours special traffic block between CSMT - Byculla and CSMT - Wadala, the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport ( BEST) will run 12 buses between 10.30 pm on Saturday to 6.30 am on Sunday. 35 more busses will run on Sunday on seven prominent routes of the affected section.
On November 19 from 10.30 pm to November 20, 6.30 am, 12 additional buses on three routes including CSMT - Wadala, CSMT - Dader and Byculla (W) - Colaba ( four additional buses on each route) will be operated by BEST.
For more details on the services, read our article here