In a shocking event, a molester, out on bail, allegedly harassed the victim and threatened her to withdraw the registered case against him. Identified as Biharilal Yadav, the accused confronted the victim, who filed a case against him and threatened her, demanding withdrawal. The accused was claiming that the police provided him with the address and details. Frustrated, the victim shared the incident on social media, leading to Biharilal's… read-more
Sudhir More, a prominent leader of the Shiv Sena's Uddhav Thackeray faction, was found dead on the railway tracks near Ghatkopar railway station, on September 1. More, who was a former corporator and the Sampark Pramukh (communication chief) for Ratnagiri district, had left his home alone the previous night, but didn't return, following which search started, and his body was recovered. Case is registered and probe is launched
A 20-year-old Zimbabwean woman, who has enrolled herself in a college in India, was arrested after a bullet was found in her bag at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport here, an official said on August 28. The official from Sahar police station said the woman, identified as Progress Marumbwa, claimed that the bullet was planted in her bag. She has been arrested under Arms Act and investigation is launched.
Mumbai Police arrested one Ashish Chavda (23), for allegedly uploading pictures and the contact number of a woman, on an escort service WhatsApp group. The woman, who was receiving calls, asking for sexual favours, approached police, following which they tracked down Ashish and arrested him from Rajkot, Gujarat. Notably, this is the second time that the accused has committed the crime. Earlier also, Ashish was arrested but got bail.
Mumbai Police Control room received a threat call, in which the caller informed that a tanker filled with RDX was going from to Goa from Mumbai. The caller also said that 2 Pakistani nationals are in the tanker. The caller identified himself as "Pandey". The Mumbai Police said that an investigation into the origin of the call is underway and that there is no need to panic.
Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi filed a case of fraud and money laundering against his three business partners. According to sources, Vivek registered a first information report (FIR) with the Mumbai Police, saying they defrauded him of Rs 1.55 crores. Notably, the actor invested the money in an event and film production firm promising lucrative profits. However, later, the accused persons used the money for wrongful self-gain. Investigation is… read-more
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In Mumbai, the police arrested a man who allegedly molested a woman in BEST bus. Getting into details, the accused has been identified as Sheikh Jahadul Islam Abdul Basar (42). According to the Police, the incident occurred when a woman (26) was standing in the queue to board the BEST bus. The accused reached from behind and touched her inappropriately, following which the woman slapped the accused and registered complaint.
In Maharashtra, Suresh Malkani (73,) the president of the Vivekananda Education Society (VES), Chembur, filed a complaint against Vishwak Enterprises owner Rahul Chite, in Dombivali for allegedly cheating him of Rs 10 lakhs. On July 6, Suresh said, he intended to purchase a 160 kilovolt-amps capacity generator and invited online quotations. Reacting to this, the VES offered to provide it for Rs. 11,15,100. After taking advance, they… read-more
In Mumbai's Worli area, a body of a woman, suspected to be between 18-30 years, has been recovered in a gunny bag, on July 5. Upon receiving the information, the police rushed on the spot and sent the body for postmortem. As per the initial investigation, the police found that woman's arms and legs were broken. The police registered a case against the unidentified murderer and launched an investigation.
The Mumbai Police has received a threat to once again terrorise Maharashtra's capital Mumbai. Till now, where these threats were being received by the police through phone calls and e-mails, now a person has threatened to terrorize Mumbai through Twitter. The police said that they received the mail around 11:00 am, which read, "I am going to blast Mumbai very soon." Taking this message seriously, the Mumbai Police started investigation.