“When they came here from west Pakistan, they had left behind their land holdings. The land allocated to them were always meant to be freehold properties, but for some reason, they were mutated as leased properties at that time. It is only fair that the land be freed from the clutches of the government,” an official said.
The court posed a question; if the MMRDA has the power to dig up the road without taking permission from the municipal corporation. The court asked the MMRDA to make a statement about whether it had permission from the municipal corporation for digging and soil testing.
“The FIR has been registered. We are yet to arrest the accused doctors,” said DCP Shahaji Umap.
“The total gold weighing 8,990 grams has been valued at Rs 2,59,04,146. The gold bars and cut pieces were hidden under the cushion of two seats used by passengers inside the plane,” a customs official said.
Senior inspector of Trombay police station Sunil Gaonkar said that Raghu suspected Bindu of having a relationship with his sister. “He had warned him a couple of times in the past to stay away from her. He had warned Bindu of dire consequences if he ever found they were in touch with each other,” Gaonkar said.
“Doctors have reserved their opinion on the cause of death but noted that there were no injuries on the body. No foul is suspected. We have sent samples of the body to Kalina Forensic Sciences Laboratory for a histopathological analysis,” the officer said.
“Based on a tip-off, we trapped four accused on April 8 at Uttarshiv Naka on the Mumbra-Panvel road. They had 186 cartons of the imported cigarettes on them,” said an officer.
“The duo started fighting over the light... following which the accused started abusing her. Later, as she too abused him, he started assaulting her. He then banged her head on the floor and choked her to death,” Sewri police Inspector Sudhir Nagwe said.
Complaints about errors will be tabled before the expert committee, which will decide on how to correct the mistakes, he added. A teacher, on the condition of anonymity, said that the glitches were not limited to grammar only.
The Kurla railway police are working on a sketch of the other accused to identify him, sources said. “We will nab him soon. We shall present Khakadiya before the court in the morning,” said an officer.
The prosecution submitted before the court that police custody was required to probe whether there were previous incidents of such abuse by the accused. The accused’s lawyer, Asif Naqvi, submitted that the complaint could have resulted from a “misunderstanding”.
Tejali Kunte, a 26-year-old Vile Parle resident, conducts regular sessions in dance and movement therapy, which use dance movements to support intellectual, emotional and motor functions of the body.
The project aims to rehabilitate 630 eligible stall owners and vendors. The 200 fish vendors from Shivaji market, both wholesalers and retailers, will be accommodated in the new building.
The incident took place at Rajpoot Chawl near Rawalpada in Dahisar (East). Meenakshi and her children were taken Shatabdi hospital in Kandivali and Patkar was taken to Ashok Hospital in Dahisar (East).
The report of the postmortem examination conducted at JJ Hospital had said that the boy died from acute respiratory distress syndrome in a case of cardiac failure. It had added that the death was due to septicemia caused by tuberculosis.
Former app-based cab operator Anil Shinde, who withdrew six cars in March last year, said: “After the incentives from pooling the cars in the business reduced, I withdrew all my vehicles. It failed to offer enough incentives.”
The prosecution, led by Shankar Erande, had submitted that the accused had inserted a nail in his wife’s left foot, to ward off evil, as he believed that since it was an unnatural death, she could return as a spirit.
The BMC had floated tenders for appointing consultants for the project, mainly on diversion of sewage lines and beautification of the surrounding area last year. The civic body received four bids that were opened on November 14, 2017.
“With these incentives, there is a clear push for creating supply, but charging very high premium is a self-defeating approach by the government. More houses may be available but they may not be cheaper,” said a trade expert and former member of Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI).
The seven men were arrested in January from various places, including Kalyan, Vikhroli and Ghatkopar. The ATS claims the men, some of whom who were working as labourers and members of trade unions, had alleged links with the organisation. ENS