In October last year, eight members of a gang based in Chembur were arrested for allegedly providing fake personal identity documents, school and college marksheets and leaving certificates, proof of employment on letterheads of companies and forged copies of police verification of addresses.
Tuesday ended YUVA’s five-year engagement in Lallubhai Compound, a Rehabilitation and Resettlement (R&R) colony consisting 70 towers to house families displaced from across Mumbai to make way for urban transport projects.
In an interview to The Indian Express, the 1996-batch IPS officer talks about two decades of managing the largest religious gathering on the planet and his collection of pictures of the Kumbh Mela, which is being exhibited at the Jehangir Art Gallery.
In the rural districts of the state, where at times there is only one police station to serve as many as 50 villages, it is the Police Patils — civilian police representatives — who serve as vital sources of on-ground intelligence and help keep the peace.
Sunita Chaturvedi, wife of junior technician Manish Pandey who died in an airplane crash at Ghatkopar in June, alleged that when her husband refused to board the aircraft, he was “induced by employees of Indamer and UY Aviation.”
The Mumbai Police have filed a case of cheating against the organisers of a marathon after participants, who had signed up for the run on December 9 and paid the registration fee, complained that the organisers did not show up, forcing them to go home.
Based on the fire brigade’s preliminary findings that sparks from a welding machine caused the fire, the police filed a case against Supreme Constructions, the firm contracted to carry out repair works at the ESIC Hospital.
According to the police, there are only five groups operating the supply chain of cough syrup in Mumbai. “The gangs always carry the contraband in hired taxis and prefer to use woman peddlers for transportation,” said the officer.
The deceased had a trishul tattooed on the right side of his neck, the face of Gautam Buddha etched on the inside of his left forearm and Jay Bhim inscribed further up. “There are marks of multiple faiths on the body,” said Barve.
The man, who works at a store located in Manish Market, Dadar West, received an SMS sometime in the last week of November about one Monika Friendship Club that promised to help both men and women find partners for dating.
Assistant Commissioner of Police (Dindoshi division) Dyaneshwar Jawalkar said no motive had been established yet. “We didn’t find any suicide notes at their homes. The families have not been able to tell us anything,” he said.