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Mumbai News LIVE Updates: Ensure no law and order problem arises during Ram Navami rallies: HC

Mumbai News LIVE Updates: Bombay High Court on Monday asked the police to ensure law and order won`t be disturbed during rallies taken out on Ram Navami, especially in sensitive zones in Mumbai. Ram Navami falls on April 17. Follow LIVE Updates here

Updated on : 15 April,2024 10:34 PM IST  |  Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

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Mumbai News LIVE updates: Weather department issues alert for lightening with rainfall in Thane for next 3 to 4 hours

In the Nowcast warning issued at 9.15 pm on April 15, the IMD has warned for lightening with rainfall in Thane distrcit. "Thunderstorm accompanied with lightning and light to moderate spells of rain with gusty winds reaching 30-40 kmph very likely to occur at isolated places in the district of Thane during next 3-4 hours," the nowcast said. The authorities have requested people to be careful while moving out. 

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Mumbai News LIVE updates: Missing tigress found in Nawegaon Nagzira Reserve, GPS collar re-attached

In a major relief, forest officials on Monday traced a missing tigress in Nawegaon Nagzira Reserve in Maharashtra`s Gondia district and re-attached the GPS collar after tranquillising her. The big cat, identified as NT3, was translocated from the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) and released into the wild in Nawegaon Nagzira Reserve on April 11. (PTI)

 

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Mumbai News LIVE updates: Right to sleep a basic human requirement, says HC on ED questioning senior citizen post midnight

The right to sleep is a basic human requirement, which cannot be violated, the Bombay High Court said on Monday deprecating the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for questioning a senior citizen throughout the night in a money laundering case. A division bench of Justices Revati Mohite-Dere and Manjusha Deshpande said statements must be recorded during earthly hours and not at night when a person`s cognitive skills may be impaired. (PTI)

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Mumbai News LIVE updates: Four arrested for molesting two women bouncers, seeking extortion from restaurateur

Four persons were arrested on Monday for allegedly molesting two women and demanding an iPhone and Rs 2 lakh from a bar owner in Andheri. The Amboli police station official identified the four as Iliyas Khan (45), Sahil Sheikh (20), Rafique Sheikh (21) and Roshan Tarai (18). (PTI)

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