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Judges appointments need review: Law Minister

Union Minister for Law and Justice Ashwani Kumar Saturday said a broad consensus was being built to streamline the process of appointment of high court and Supreme Court judges.

Acid attack victim to be shifted to Bombay Hospital

Acid attack victim Preeti Rathi (24) will be shifted to Bombay Hospital,Marine Lines,for surgery of the food pipe.


Police release sketch of suspect

EXPRESS NEWS SERVICE MUMBAI,AUGUST 19 The sketch of the suspect who attacked 28-year-old American national Michelle Marks onboard a local between Marine Lines and Charni Road Sunday was released by the Government Railway Police (GRP) Monday. P S Bijwe,Assistant Commissioner of Police (Bandra division),GRP,said 28 persons,mostly drug addicts frequenting railway stations,have been rounded up for questioning based on the description provided by the victim. At 4.30 pm Sunday,Marks,a resident of Goregaon,boarded a first class ladies compartment of a slow train from Churchgate. At Marine Lines,the attacker entered the compartment and tried to snatch her mobile phone. When she resisted,he slashed her right hand,cheek and neck before snatching her iPhone. He fled from platform 1 at Charni Road station. According to the description by the victim,the suspect might be in his mid-20s. He was lean and wore a red shirt and grey trousers,said the officer. The GRP suspects the assault to be the handiwork of a drug addict. “We have formed four teams comprising an officer each. We have already questioned 28 people,mostly drug addicts who frequent railway stations,” said Bijwe. Asked about CCTV footage,the officer said,“The footage was not of much help as the camera was at a distance and did not clearly capture the movement near the compartment in which the victim was travelling. However,we will be showing the footage to the victim to help her identify the suspect.” According to the police,the victim has been shown the faces of history sheeters. However,her description has not matched with anyone yet. Marks has been staying in Mumbai with her brother for the past 16 months. She works with an NGO. On Sunday she had gone to attend mass at a church in Colaba,and was on her way back home when the incident took place.

US woman attacked with blade on Mumbai local train

Michel Mark was alone in the compartment at the time of the attack.

The Widows Of 26/11

A new study reveals how the terror attack has affected the lives of the wives of the deceased

Accused used to visit city pubs,recruit girls: Cops

Babulal Verma,a railway employee arrested for allegedly running a prostitution racket out of a railway rest house in Marine Lines,would frequent pubs where he would make acquaintance with and ultimately recruit girls,police said on Monday.


BMC roots for new pipeline leak detection method

Claiming success for its latest method of combating contaminated water issues,the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has now decided to expand its pilot project of using helium to detect leaks in water pipelines to the rest of the city.

City round-up : Shafique strike for CR

Central Railway were made to work hard for their solitary goal win by the Mumbai FC U-19 boys in a closely-contested Elite Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association league at the University Sports Pavilion,Marine Lines on Wednesday.

Mega,jumbo blocks today

Like last Sunday,this Sunday too,many local services will be cancelled as Western Railway and main line and Harbour line of CR are going take mega and jumbo blocks on some routes for three-four hours.

Walmiki scripts his own epic

From his humble household,Indian hockey’s new hero Yuvraj charts a fresh journey.