The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad said the accused, Ankur Singh alias Golu, had been hiding at his relative's place at Ulwe in Navi Mumbai. He was arrested after he came to Andheri station to take money from an acquaintance.
Investigations have revealed that the deceased, Nitin Behere (35), along with others, believed that by taking their own lives on November 14, a New Moon day when Laxmi puja was being celebrated, they would be immediately reborn with superhuman powers.
"The total quantum of the fraud committed involves Goods and Services Tax (GST) amounting to Rs 1,159.99 crore," said Seema Jere Bisht , principal additional director general, DGGI, Mumbai.
The spectacle occurs when phytoplankton (microscopic marine plants), commonly known as dinoflagellates, produce light through chemical reactions in proteins, said researchers. Waves disturb these unicellular microorganisms and makes them release blue light, they added.
A spokesperson from the hospital said Oak was suffering from "long Covid", a condition now common during the recovery phase of the Covid-19 infection in which a patient suffers from prolonged fatigue, anxiety, and complications due to the virus.
Fadnavis said that while Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been working in the interest of the poor during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Maharashtra government had failed to even extend help of "one paisa" to the people.
The High Court also continued an interim relief through which it directed the Mumbai Police to summon employees of Hansa Research Group, complainant in the case, for inquiry only two days a week for a "reasonable time" until the next hearing.
Terming the raids as political vendetta, Sanjay Raut said that he will send a list of 120 BJP leaders to the ED and wait to see if they are called for questioning by the central agency.
According to the data placed before the court last month by the Shirdi police, 279 people were reported missing from Shirdi between 2017 and October 27, 2020. Of them, 67 still remain untraced.
As per the state government's circular, travellers coming from Delhi-NCR, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa, without Covid-19 RT PCR negative test reports, will be screened and those showing symptoms will be tested using rapid antigen kits.
Pratap Sarnaik, whose residence and office were raided by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday in connection with an alleged money laundering case, used to eke out a living as an autorickshaw driver in the 1980s in Thane.
Fourteen deaths were recorded per kilometre between 2017 and 2019 on the 1.36-km-long Ghatkopar-Mahul Road, which abuts the Eastern Express Highway (EEH) and the 1.1-km-long Balasaheb Thackeray Flyover leading to the Western Express Highway (WEH).
According to the police, a case of cheating was registered at the Marine Drive police station on January 10 this year. The victim, Sandeep Joshi, a research associate with a private bank, wanted to sell his iPhone 10s.
One of the oldest gymkhanas in India and a premier sports club, Bombay Gymkhana has been locked in a bitter battle with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) over the widening of the Hazarimal Somani Marg, which connects Fashion Street to CST.
The court has now directed the prosecution to submit photographs of the Tata Matador tempo belonging to accused Vijay Rajbhar. The accused's family may have to produce the vehicle or forfeit an indemnity bond of Rs 5 lakh given by him at the time of taking custody of the tempo in 2016.
The petition sought a direction to the state to formulate a strategy to start the admission process at the earliest, without which it may result in widespread anger, frustration and mental agony among students and their parents.
Sources said Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray gave the the nod to the resume admissions based on an opinion from the state's Advocate General Ashutosh Kumbhakoni.
An official said, "Under the accommodation and reservation policy, if any land has reservation of public amenities and the owner wants to develop it, then they can go ahead."
The accused, Ankush Arneja and Suryadeep Malhotra, were arrested in September.
“The previous manual was made considering the situations then, so there was certain upgradation that had to be done. Accordingly a committee was formed. The final draft was made and has been sent to the state government for approval,” said an officer.
A division bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice Girish S Kulkarni was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by lawyer Neelima Vartak through advocate Shekhar Jagtap, opposing the suspension of funds for two years.
The proposed plant, which will process 200 million litres of water daily (MLD), will come up at Manori and is being set up to overcome the water shortage faced by Mumbai in the months of May and June.
The Maharashtra government introduced the requirement a day after CM Uddhav Thackeray and Dy CM Ajit Pawar hinted at the possibility of putting in place curbs over the movement of people in view of the threat of a second wave of coronavirus cases post Diwali.
“Even though cases are rising, the positivity rate remains low at 6-7 per cent . We will observe for the next few days if the number of critical patients or deaths increase. That may indicate a second wave,” Additional Municipal Commissioner Suresh Kakani said.
The sisters also sought quashing of the FIR against them for allegedly “trying to create hatred and communal tension” through their social media posts.