Vijay Kumar Yadav

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Five held for Opera House robbery

Unit-2 officials of the city crime branch have arrested five of the seven men who robbed the manager of a cellphone SIM card and recharge dealer shop in Opera House just few hours before the New Year

Woman prey to cyber fraud

The MRA Marg police is hunting for a cyber criminal who fraudulently accessed the net banking details of an employee of a private firm and used it for online shopping worth lakhs of rupees.

Cops look for man with burns

The Mumbai crime branch, which is now solely probing the Preeti Rathi acid attack case, has written to all the police stations in the city asking them to collect details from all the hospitals, dispen

Cops hunt man who took burn treatment

The Mumbai crime branch, which is now solely probing the Preeti Rathi acid attack case, has written to all the police stations in the city asking them to collect details from all the hospitals, dispen

30-mm Coast Guard gun goes off

In a major embarrassment for the Indian Coast Guard and Navy, a Coast Guard sentry’s gun accidentally fired onboard the ICGS Samrat anchored at Tiger Gate at Ballard Pier.

Mumbai’s ‘cheers’ for New Year’s Eve

The Maharashtra government has given Mumbai a reason to cheer. Or should we say a reason to say “Cheers!”
The state has decided to allow alcohol to be served through the night on New Year’s Eve.

Cops arrest 3 in job racket

The Wadala police has cracked a job racket and arrested three members of the gang who duped people of lakhs under the pretext of landing them a job with Air India.

Man held in Rs 1.65-cr fraud

The Shivaji Park police has arrested a person in connection with a cheating case wherein a private firm was duped to the tune of `1.65 crore. The arrested accused allegedly helped the main accused who allegedly forged 134 cheques of the firm over a period of three years and fraudulently caused a loss of `1.65 crore to the firm.

New credit card scam unearthed

The Worli police has unearthed a new modus operandi adopted by online fraudsters and arrested two people in this connection, including a courier service boy.

Pics of illegal alterations found

In an important development in the investigation of the Dockyard Road BMC building collapse case, the police has seized photographs of the illegal alterations made to the godown from the arrested decorator’s office. The probe has also revealed that civic officials served notices to the decorator to remove the illegal mezzanine floor, but it was never removed, a police source confirmed.

Of late, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been thoughtlessly and in a hurry jumping into every available situation, without verifying basic facts, to criticise the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Madhu Kishwar, as the editor of Manushi, set the feminism agenda for many Indian women decades ago. Madhu Kishwar as chief media admirer of prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi is another story completely. The first Kishwar has been declared missing, never to be found.