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5 stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Feb 27, 2017 17:01 IST

1. Mumbai doctors begin tests on MP policeman fat-shamed by Shobhaa De

Doctors from Saifee Hospital and the Centre for Obesity and Digestive Surgery (CODS) are performing diagnostic tests on Neemuch-based inspector Daulatram Jogawat, the 180-kg cop from the Madhya Pradesh Police force, who was fat-shamed by socialite Shobhaa De on Twitter.

2. In Mumbai: Harbour line derailment leads to rush at Kurla station, traffic jams

The derailment on the harbour line led to a morning rush at Kurla station on Monday with a large chunk of office goers hit. A huge crowd of commuters were stuck at the over bridge leading to platform 7 and 8.

3. Mumbai cybercriminal hacks into firm’s bank account, steals ₹25 lakh

The NM Joshi Marg police, along with officials from the cyber cell, are investigating a case in which a cybercriminal hacked into the official bank account of a private company and diverted Rs25 lakh to eight bank accounts in different states across India.

4. Organisers postpone March 6 Maratha silent rally in Mumbai

Organisers of the Maratha march have postponed their proposed final silent rally in Mumbai, earlier slated to be held on March 6. This is the second time that the community has postponed a rally in the city, citing differences over organising it.

5. Mumbai: Kurla-bound goods train derails, services on Harbour line suspended

The Central Railway suspended suburban services on the harbour line early on Monday after a Kurla-bound goods train was derailed at Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar.