Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

  • Hindustan Times
  • Updated: Aug 11, 2016 17:32 IST

1. Mahad tragedy: Navy divers find wreckage of bus near collapsed bridge

Indian Navy divers have found wreckage of a state transport bus that was washed away on August 3 when a bridge on Savitri river in Mahad collapsed due to floods, an official said here on Thursday. Read

2. We were not aware of the organ transplant law, say doctors

Three of the five doctors arrested in connection with the illegal kidney transplant racket in Powai’s Hiranandani Hospital have claimed that they were not aware of the Transplantation of Human Organs Act. Read

3. Students challenge NEET answer key, CBSE to look into matter

Barely a week before results for the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) are to be announced, students have challenged the answer key released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), earlier this week. They have pointed out three questions, two under the Chemistry section and one under the Biology section, that are allegedly marked wrongly in the answer key. Read

4. Repeat of Mahad tragedy averted in Nandurbar

Fifteen passengers and two crew members of a state-owned bus were saved from being washed away by the quick action of locals the police after they were stranded on a bridge over the raging river Rangavali at Navapur in north Maharashtra’s Nandurbar district early on Thursday. Read

5. School bus runs over senior citizen

A 70-year-old senior citizen died after she was knocked down by a speeding school bus in Mulund (east) on Thursday morning. Read

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