Kandivali News

Escalator to Kandivali bridge stops working; commuters rue as they have to walk 400 m to exit station

During the morning rush hour, commuters were allowed only to climb up the narrow staircase and during the evening rush hour it was for climbing down.

Mumbai: Foot overbridge closed at Kandivali station, sparks stampede fear

Commuters maintained there is an excessive rush on the narrow stairway and escalators on the alternate northern bridge during peak hours, which can possibly lead to a stampede-like situation.


Mumbai: 16 held in Kandivali for assaulting two policemen

Cops had asked members of a Ganpati mandal to stop playing loud music.

FIR against 'Godwoman' Radhe Maa over dowry demand

The woman said her in-laws and other family members are the followers of Radhe Maa, who has instigated them to demand dowry and harass her if the demand is not met, he said.

Three labourers held for ‘raping’ woman at construction site

On September 20, Naziruddin allegedly told the victim that he wanted to show her a construction site in Kandivali.

HC acquits man given life term for murder

Mayur’s father Harishchandra had stated that his son was thrashed by a mob, which thought he was a thief.


PIL seeks action against ATS,IPS officers for ‘framing’ 9

A Kandivali-based businessman has filed a criminal PIL in Bombay High Court seeking action against senior IPS officers including former Maharashtra ATS chief K P Raguvanshi for the alleged false implication of nine Muslim men in the Malegaon blast case of 2006

SC relief for 5 lakh families living on ‘forest land’ Zeeshan Shaikh

The problem started in 1957 when the state Forest Department issued a notice asking people across the state to prove that their land was not forest land.

2 firms come forward for coastal road project

We will have to look at the aspects of construction,environment,and traffic dispersal.

New mohalla committees help reduce crime,suggests study

While fear of crime came down by 49.14 per cent due to NMCs,crime reduction was as high as 49.5 per cent.