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Man throws boiling water on stray, booked

PUNE: The Swargate police on Saturday booked an unidentified person from Meenatai Thackeray Vasahat slum near Gultekdi market yard for throwing boiling water on a stray dog and severely injuring it with a 'hot metal instrument' on October 25. ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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Animal cruelty: Two cases registered with Pune Police

The case was in connection with two incidents in which street dogs were brutally assaulted by unidentified miscreants, leading to death of the animal in one case. TWO separate cases were registered with Pune city police based on complaints filed by ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Raise the festive spirit

Never illuminated, the kandeel fixture loses whatever little functionality it might have had as a street light By Shanta Gokhale There is much to be said for the spirit of tolerance that Diwali engenders. A bomb goes off suddenly under your ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

5 Lakh people to join cleanliness drive in city

Thane: Over five lakh lake-city citizens are estimated to join the massive cleanliness drive, Maha Swachhta Abhiyan which is to be organised on Sunday by the municipal corporation. The drive will start at 8am at 50 locations in the city along with a ...
 Times of India1 month ago

A little slice of heaven

From top: The garden was beautified with the help of residents, MPs and MLAs; The only entry point is a large iron gate; A play area for children The 2.3 acre Andheri garden maintained by the ALM Trust scores high marks for its lush green cover ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Disorder in Andheri

The garden is used for many public functions. MLA Ravindra Waikar attributes its condition to lack of funds Except cricket lovers, the Matoshree Meenatai Thackeray garden is not a hit among locals. They say stinking toilets, poorly maintained ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

They keep Mumbai safe. But who will save cops from law-breakers assaults?

Among Indian metropolises, Mumbai has had a reputation for being relatively safe, and for having a police force that could keep crime under control. But the most decorated police force in the country is rapidly losing its hold on the city. There have been ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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