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Mumbai Selfie mishap: Body of Good Samaritan found floating in Mahim creek
DNA

Mumbai 'selfie mishap': Body of man who tried rescuing girls

ea near Bandra fort on Saturday while 'clicking selfies', was found floating in Mahim Creek today. Nearly 48 hours after the mishap, locals spotted the body of Ramesh Walanju at the edge of the water body in the morning and informed Dharavi police, a senior ... Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
Ramesh Walanju's body found Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 3 weeks ago
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DNA India

Bandra braveheart's body found at Mahim shore

Two days after the drowning at Bandra Bandstand, the body of Ramesh Walunje, who drowned trying to rescue the girls who had fallen in the sea while clicking selfies on Saturday morning, was found on Monday afternoon at the Mahim shore. Walunje, a ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago Mumbai selfie deaths: Bandra braveheart's body found at Mahim creek  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Drowned girl's family hunts for her body at beaches, creeks  Mid Day3 weeks ago City hero's body found, family is promised help  Times of India3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Mumbai Police identify 16 no-selfie zones after drowning

In wake of the drowning death at Bandra which took place when 3 girls were clicking selfies, the Mumbai police have begun a process of identifying spots mostly near beaches and forts in the city to ban selfies. As per sources, after the spots are ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Despite 3 deaths, selfie craze continues with Mumbaikars  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago Selfie Accidents: Mumbai Puts Up No Selfie Zone At 16 sites In Mumbai After Shocking Bandra Drowning Incid  MyInforms3 weeks ago Mumbai police to identify no selfie zones after Bandra incident  The Hindu3 weeks ago
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Sonam Kapoor Visits St Xaviers's School to Promote Neerja

Sonam Kapoor is busy promoting Neerja these days at different platforms, Today, the actress visited the St Xavier's School in Mahim to promote her film. Based on the life of slain air-hostess Neerja Bhanot, Sonam is essaying the role of the brave ...
 Pink Villa1 day ago
Hindustan Times

Death by selfie

Selfie — Pixabay (Representational image) Following the alarming rise in the number of fatal selfie instances, selfie-obsessed youngsters tell us why they are so hooked on to the habit, while psychiatrists provide a clinical explanation for this condition ...
 Asian Age2 days ago Selfie kills youth in Doon, photo shoot proves fatal at Jodhpur fort  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Selfies gone wrong: India leads in number of selfie related deaths  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Addicted to selfies? You could be nuts, say shrinks  Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago

Dead whale washes ashore at Juhubeach

A 37-feet Bryde's whale was washed ashore at Juhu beach on Thursday. Though the carcass was spotted on Thursday night, experts believe that the male species of the mammal weighing around 20 tonne, may have been dead for at least 2 or 3 days before ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago
APN News

Care of the care taker #Selfie With Police

Previous story: Sophos Encryption Survey Reveals Employee Banking Data and Other Personal Information Is at Risk Next story: Dolby, Adobe & FilmLight Show How To Work With HDR In Post At The January Editors Lounge Mumbai : India starts with a ...
 APN News1 week ago

Selfie Death: Cousins seek Navy help to find body

Unable to find Tarannum Ansari’s body for a week now, the Bandra police on Saturday has written to the Indian Navy, seeking their help in their pursuit. The 18-year-old girl slipped into the sea from the rocks outside Bandra Fort last Saturday morning while ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

For lower electricity bills, Rahul sweats it out in Mumbai's streets

On the final day of his two-day visit to India's financial capital, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi tried to connect with Mumbaikars by raising the issue of high electricity bills during his padyatra from National College in Mumbai's suburban Bandra to Dharavi, Asia's largest slum colony. Prasanna D Zore / Rediff.com reports. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is accompanied by party leaders Priya Dutt (left), MRCC president Sanjay Nirupam (foreground) and Baba Siddique (background) on ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Sunil Salunke's selfie moment with Rahul Gandhi  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Tarannum's kin determined to search her body

Mumbai Police, Navy inadequate with their efforts in search of missing Tarannum, say her brothers It's been few days since the selfie inflicted tragedy which took place on 9 January at Mumbai's Bandra Bandstand. Tarranum was feared drowned after ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago Cops call off search, brother starts his own  Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago
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