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Former Maharashtra minister Anil Deshmukh appears before CBI as per bail condition
Former Home Minister of Maharashtra Anil Deshmukh appeared at the CBI office in Bombay Kurla Complex on Tuesday after being granted conditional bail by the Bombay High Court in a money laundering case on 28 December.
Among the bail conditions imposed by the HC is that Deshmukh cannot leave Mumbai without the prior approval of the trial court and must cooperate with the investigation.
CBI searches premises of WCL official's premises in disproportionate assets case
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday conducted searches at residential and office premises of an officer of Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) in a disproportionate assets case in Maharashtra's Nagpur, an official said.
The searches were conducted at the accused official's premises in Nagpur and Umred, the official said.
A case under relevant provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act was registered against the accused official on December 29, 2022, said M S Khan, deputy inspector general and head of branch of CBI, ACB Nagpur.
As per a release, the WCL official had allegedly amassed assets worth more than Rs 67 lakh disproportionate to his known sources of income.
At least seven incriminating documents were seized from the accused's possession during the searches, it stated.
Employees of three state-owned power companies to go on 72-hour strike from tomorrow
1 accused arrested, 4 absconding in kidnapping & extortion case of businessman
Fire at fishermen settlement in Cuffe Parade, no casualties reported; visuals surface
Resident doctors belonging to the MARD protesting at Parel's King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital for their demands to get fulfilled by the state government
Anganwadi workers, wearing masks of Savitribai Phule, staged a protest for their various demands at Azad maidan
On Tuesday, 3-4 boats of the fishermen residing at Cuffe Parade caught fire; two additional boats got damaged. The boats were docked at the shore; fishermen have appealed to state government seeking help.
Resident doctors belonging to the Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors protesting at Parel's KEM Hospital for their demands to get fulfilled by the state government.
NCP is insulting Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj and praising Aurangzeb. Aurangzeb destroyed many temples in Maharashtra and tortured women: Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde
Pimpri-Chinchwad MLA Lakshman Jagtap passes away
Mumbai Traffic Police announces curbs in South Bombay for India-Sri Lanka T20 today
South Mumbai to see traffic restrictions today ahead of the India-Sri Lanka T20 match at Wankhede Stadium.
These parking restrictions will come in effect at 3 pm and will be in place until 11.45 pm, stated a report in Times of India.
According to the advisory issued by Traffic police, parking restrictions have been put in place on D Road, C Road, F Road, F Cross Road; E Road from its junction on D Road up to its junction on C Road [north and south bound] near the stadium.
Read more on the curbs in our article here
MSTC Bus going from Thane to Bhiwandi depot catches fire due to a short circuit in the starter. Around 65 passengers were traveling on this bus. No one was injured in the incident.
Chief Minister Eknath Shinde saluted Kranti Jyoti Savitribai Phule on her birth anniversary by offering floral tributes to her image.
Air Quality Index of the most significant places across the city
Due to the Car Accident, Traffic vehicular movement is slow at Shankarwadi bus stop, Northbound.
The IMD has predicted a slight rise in minimum temperature in the days ahead
The city's minimum temperature continued to be below 16 degrees Celsius for the second straight day on Monday. The year's first week began on a chilling note of 15.8 degrees Celsius. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a possible rise in temperature up to 20 degrees Celsius this week.
Meanwhile, the city on Monday breathed poor air with an air quality index (AQI) of 232. Whereas, Navi Mumbai and Chembur had a 'very poor' category AQIs of 352 and 310, respectively. According to the System of Air Quality Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the air quality of Mumbai is predicted to remain in the moderate category for the next two days.
The IMD has also predicted slightly cloudy skies throughout the day, for the next two days, while the minimum temperature may go above 20 degrees Celsius on Wednesday and Thursday.
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