From rape of college student to kaali-peeli flash strike: Top 5 stories from Mumbai
While three unidentified men killed a student from the University of Mumbai in a car, took her to an isolated place and one of them was raped by Charkop Thursday morning, five people were injured after a vehicle in which two Times on the east Thane highway on four-wheeled Thursday.
Hundreds of black and yellow cabs operating from Mumbai International Airport stopped a fast attack Friday morning in a parking space problem, annoying passengers at the airport.
Pictures showing messages from WhatsApp Swati Sathe, DIG, in jail, for the support they were issued six prison staff members arrested for the assault and brutal murder of the doomed Manjula Shetye Thursday, which resulted in a controversy.
In addition, marine erosion banks of construction plans were rejected by the coastal zone management authority of Maharashtra (MCZMA) over the last two years, authorities said in HT.
1. The woman abducted and raped in Mumbai, said: “You asked to stay away from her”
Three unidentified men killed a student from the University of Mumbai in a car, took her to an isolated place and one of them raped her Charkop Thursday morning, according to the woman’s complaint. Police searched a case against three unidentified men.
The plaintiff told police that the three men stopped the car and allegedly entered the vehicle. She stated that they took her car in a remote location, while the warning “asked her to stay away from him.”
2. 5 injured when the car becomes two times, hitting the divider in Mumbai
Five people were injured after a four-wheeled vehicle in which they were transported twice on the Eastern Expressway in Thane Thursday. Police said the car was headed for Thane.
“The car flipped twice and hit the splitter near Korum Mall, Nitin Company, Thane.” With the help of nearby residents, the wounded were taken to the hospital based in Mumbai, we will take their statements, after which a case will be communicated with the Naupada police station, “said a police officer from Thane’s Commissioner.
3. The death of the prisoner in Mumbai: the prison official asked his colleagues to support the “accused sisters,” look for the probe
Pictures showing messages from WhatsApp Swati Sathe, DIG, in jail, for support were posted to six prison staff members arrested for the brutal assault and murder of the doomed Manjula Shetye Thursday, prompting a controversy.
Messages apparently sent by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) from a social messaging group with senior prison officials as members, show that Sathe has asked the Department to support her six sisters accused.