Rehan Khan, who claimed to be associated with an NGO and a political party, was ‘converting’ demonetised notes with fake notes at a rate of 11 percent, i.e. he was offering Rs 55 for every Rs 500 demonetised currency
The increased hours for shopping and entertainment can have several implications such as rise in footfalls in malls, enhanced impulse purchasing and generation of revenues for hospitality retail
The thieves had broken into the shop through a window
The passenger, identified only as Anita (38), sustained a minor injury in the incident that occurred at around 3.40 P.M, a Western Railway official said
Shiv Sena claims that its strength in the 227-member BMC has risen to 90, eight more than the BJP
As per the report, out of the world’s fastest-growing cities, six are in Africa while 40 are in Asia
The suggestion has come in the wake of the September 29 Elphinstone bridge stampede in Mumbai that killed 23 people. Both the GRP and the RPF work to secure railway premises and trains.
Harad's five friends allegedly kidnapped Joshi in a car on September 29
Both Akshaypat and Anant agree that the market prices have gone above what they were in 2007 but said that JK House was supposed to be handed over to the family within 3 years and not 10.
In contrast, less than 30 percent of Mumbaikars feel concerned if an unaccompanied female in their household doesn't return by 9 pm, according to a report.
The Adarsh scam had kicked up a political storm leading to the resignation of the then Congress Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Ashok Chavan.
Biishnoi was arrested from Chembur after Police laid trap and waited for him
"We have disbursed cheques of Rs 4.85 lakh to the kin of 22 deceased. One dead passenger is yet to be identified," said Mukul Jain, DRM of Mumbai division of WR.
He chaired a nine-hour meeting with top railway officials in Mumbai to review passenger safety measures in response to the deadly stampede at the footbridge linking Elphinstone Road and Parel suburban railways stations
"Additional FoBs will be planned at other stations where foot-falling is high and movement of commuters is not smooth," a senior official said.
The move created outrage on social media with people lambasting the hospital for its "insensitivity".
At least 22 people were killed and over 30 injured in the rush hour stampede on a narrow foot-over-bridge linking the Elphinstone Road and Parel suburban stations during heavy rain this morning.
The tragedy hit the city where it hurts the most. The suburban trains are Mumbai's lifeline, used by millions on a daily basis to reach their workplaces.
The tragedy took place around 10.40 am on the stairwell of a narrow overbridge linking Elphinstone Road and Parel suburban stations.
While Mumbai's trains are notorious for being overcrowded inside the compartment, the world found out today that life outside the train can be equally dangerous.
Fadnavis, who is on a two-day investor-interaction visit to Singapore, expressed condolences and said, "My heart goes out to the families who lost their loved ones."
While working from home isn't a norm in the Indian market, it is slowly becoming an accepted norm among companies.
Schools and colleges in Mumbai metropolitan region were ordered closed in view of heavy rains.
Moneycontrol estimates that as much as Rs 5,000 crore could be lost over three days in terms of output.
Around 20 flights were affected with seven of them being diverted to Hyderabad, Vadodara and Ahemedabad airports and the rest forced to 'go-around' when the only runway was closed in the evening.