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Mumbai updates: Accused Sheezan Khan moves bail plea, claims innocence; hearing on Jan 7

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Monday, January 02, 2023, 08:54 PM IST
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Mumbai updates: Accused Sheezan Khan moves bail plea, claims innocence; hearing on Jan 7 | FPJ
02 January 2023 08:54 PM IST

Maha: Kolhapur royal slams Ajit Pawar for remark on Chhatrapati Sambhaji Mahara

02 January 2023 08:54 PM IST

Heavy traffic jam reported at bandra east kherwadi to Santacruz airport western express Highway

02 January 2023 08:54 PM IST

Maharashtra: Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan offered prayers at Trimbakeshwar Jyotirling temple in Nashik.

02 January 2023 08:54 PM IST

Tunisha death: Accused Sheezan Khan moves bail plea, claims innocence; hearing on Jan 7 

02 January 2023 08:54 PM IST

Demonetisation: Cong, NCP slam Centre, says 2016 move hit economy, hurt people 

02 January 2023 03:45 PM IST

Man molests 12-year-old girl during New Year celebrations at city hotel; booked

 A 12-year-old girl was allegedly molested by a man during new year celebrations at a five-star hotel in suburban Juhu here, police said on Monday.

According to the police, the girl had come to the hotel with her parents on New Year's Eve and the 29-year-old accused was also present there.

The girl and the accused were on the dance floor around 3 am on Sunday, when the latter allegedly touched her inappropriately, an official said.

The girl informed her parents about it and the hotel staff was alerted. The accused was nabbed even as he tried to flee the scene, he said.

02 January 2023 03:45 PM IST

MRVC explores idea of phasing out non-AC locals

 The Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MRVC) has appointed a consultancy firm to look into the ifs and buts of the idea of completely phasing out non air-conditioned (AC) locals. Another plan to be explored is the introduction of 15-rake air-conditioned (AC) local trains on the suburban railway network.

Currently, 79 AC services run on the Western line and 56 on the Central section, and all of them are 12-rake. Meanwhile, the Railway Board has already approved the procurement of additional 238 AC locals having 12 rakes each.

The consultancy firm started the work from Dec 2. It will work on the idea of phasing out non-AC locals with least inconvenience to commuters. “Consultant will develop a comprehensive plan, including proposed time table, rake links and stabling plan, for complete migration to AC local trains,” said MRVC spokesman Sunil Udasi.

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

Resident doctors of Maharashtra began their strike today, visuals from Mumbai's Nair hospital surfaced.

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

Tunisha's so-called uncle Pawan Sharma was her former manager, he was fired 4 yrs ago because he used to interfere a lot & behave harshly with her: Sheezan Khan's advocate

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

Post arrival, COVID-19 random testing of 2% travellers from China, Hong Kong, South Korea and other countries irrespective of port of departure will continue: Union Govt

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

Bombay HC has dismissed discharge plea filed by Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon Bomb Blast case.

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

Traffic congestion near Nesco bridge south bound on Western Express Highway; commuters please plan your travel accordingly

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

Huge smoke cloud at the poly film factory in Nashik, where an explosion took place yesterday leaving two people dead and 17 injured

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

The person who threatened to blow up the Mount Mary Church has been arrested. The accused has been arrested from Kolkata in West Bengal. Investigation into the matter is underway: Mumbai Police

02 January 2023 12:55 PM IST

Resident doctors of Maharashtra go on strike from today; visuals from Mumbai's Nair hospital. The resident doctors said that several of their demands incl creating new posts for senior residents, DA as per 7th pay commission, payment of covid service arrears not fulfilled by govt 

02 January 2023 07:57 AM IST

BMC invites tenders for installing smoke dispersing mechanisms in civic hospitals

The BMC has invited tenders to install a mechanism which throws smoke out if a fire erupts in hospitals. This mechanism will be installed at Sion, Nair and KEM hospitals with an expenditure of Rs12.57 crore. The BMC commissioner has given approval for the proposal recently.

Ihas been noticed that during a fire, smoke hinders visibility and creates obstruction in the rescue operation. Even, many people die due to inhaling smoke.

The new mechanism will increase visibility during a fire and will help the fire brigade officials to douse the fire.

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