Feeding them, getting them to exercise, looking out for signs of illness and guarding herself against bites, it’s all in a day’s work for the veterinarian watching over Mumbai zoo’s celebrity penguins.
Directors of Quirky Technology were arrested after a ponzi scheme run by the firm was exposed. The accused ran a platform through which they solicited investment and offered returns of up to 10 per cent every month.
The letter also allegedly mentioned the need for concrete steps to be taken to “end Modi Raj”. “We are thinking of a Rajiv Gandhi-type of incident,” said Director General of Police (Law and Order) said, reading from the letter.
“When they see my car, most passengers ask about my rescue work. After they reach their destination, I give each passenger my card and ask them to call me if they spot an injured animal,” said Sailesh Mehta.
Vikas Mhetre (49) and Vilas Dalvi (53), who were arrested on Saturday, have been accused of colluding with the employees of the official liquidator, appointed by the Bombay High Court, to file backdated affidavits in order to claim refunds.
The police registered a case following it up with arrests after a man, who was part of the group, uncomfortable with the videos, approached Santacruz-based cyber crime and cyber security expert Ritesh Bhatia.
A mob of anxious parents had gathered at the BMC-run secondary school at 10.30 am to take their kids home. The kids fell ill after they had been given iron and folic acid tablets by the teachers as part of a Union government programme on August 6.