Raj Thackeray asks Bommai to 'shut up'; Cong smells plot to breakup
As the Maharashtra-Karnataka boundary row continues on the front-burner, Maharashtra's Congress unit president Nana Patole smells a conspiracy to divide Maharashtra, while MNS President Raj Thackeray asked Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to 'shut-up' and avoid complicating the vexed issue, on Wednesday.
Fadnavis briefs Amit Shah on Maha-Karnataka boundary dispute
Maha: Six held for robbing passengers of Mumbai-bound train at knifepoint, two minors detained
Maharashtra: Tiger carcass found in Chandrapur forest; territorial fight suspected
A sub-adult tiger was found dead at a forest in Maharashtra's Chandrapur district on Wednesday with officials suspecting it died in a territorial fight.
The carcass was spotted in Nagbhid forest range of Bramhapuri division, about 120 km from the district headquarters, Chief Conservator of Forest, Chandrapur Circle, Prakash Lonkar said.
After receiving information, forest personnel along with veterinary doctors reached the spot for an inspection, he said.
Maha can gain Rs 5,700 cr by 'repurposing' old coal plants for clean energy: Report
Supriya Sule (NCP), Sena MP Arvind Sawant and other leaders from Maharashtra raised slogans against Karnataka Government amid the heating border row
More visuals from Mumbai-Nagpur Samruddhi Super Expressway
Mumbai gang-rape case: Kurla police nab 1, manhunt launched to trace other 2 suspects
The Kurla police on Tuesday, December 6, arrested one of three suspects in the gang-rape case of a 42-year-old woman. The woman had alleged that the accused had forcibly entered her home and raped and sexually assaulted her at knife-point.
“We were chasing the suspects; they were missing since the time the case was registered. Through our intel, it was known that one of the suspects, Bablu, was seen in the Kamathipura area. A team of officers searched the spot and found him in hiding,” said a police official.
Bablu, whose real identity is Mohammad Yakub Siddiqui, was then brought to Kurla Police station, confirmed by the police. Bablu will be produced in the local court on Wednesday.
Here are some stills of Maharashtra's ambitious project-- Mumbai-Nagpur Super Communication Expressway, Samruddhi Mahamarg
Maharashtra-Karnataka border row: NCP workers protest outside Karnataka Bank in Mumbai's Powai area (ANI)
Traffic in Ansa Industrial Estate, Andheri east, Shell colony road [toward BKC, Priyadarshini, EEH]; commuters plan travel accordingly
Air Quality Index of the most significant places across the city dips to 'very poor'
Light traffic congestion on JVLR, near Oberoi school; commuters plan travel accordingly
Due to issue in signalling system between Ambivali and Titwala reported, trains are running late on Central Railway. The trains are running 10 to 15 minutes behind schedule. The issue was reported at 7.10 am and fixed by 7.25 am.
2 lions brought from Gujarat were released in Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai in the presence of state Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar (ANI)
On basis of an FIR by a woman on November 29 that in the name of bold (film) shooting, she was sexually assaulted inside a flat, we arrested one accused. Efforts are on to nab the other three accused: Ajay Kumar Bansal, DCP
Mumbaikars walk, don’t jog; city air quality worsens, AQI at 309
Mumbaikars struggled with the ‘very poor’ air quality on Tuesday, which saw a blanket of smog enveloping the city and causing health problems and poor visibility. The air quality index (AQI) in the country’s financial capital hit 309, putting Mumbai in the ‘very poor’ category.
The System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) has also suggested stopping outdoor activity early in the morning and after sunset, avoiding prolonged or heavy exertion, and taking short walks instead of jogging.
SAFAR has suggested that rooms be kept clean but also said it is best not to use vacuum cleaners and to undertake wet mopping instead. It has also asked people to use masks while venturing outside.
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