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Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Aug 17, 2016 20:45 IST

1. Colonial-era bunker under Raj Bhavan may be opened to tourists soon

The state government may turn the British-era bunker found under Raj Bhavan, Malabar Hill, into a tourist attraction. Maharashtra governor CV Rao said that he has called for a meeting with officials from the intelligence bureaus, historians, archaeologists, tourism department and the public works department on Thursday to look at options. Read

2. Four members of Bhandup family killed in road accident in Bhiwandi

Four members of a Bhandup family died after a Maruti Esteem car they were travelling in hit a divider and rammed into a tempo at Bhiwandi, near Mumbai, late on Tuesday night. Read

3. Mandals threaten to discontinue Dahi Handi after SC verdict on curbs

Expressing dismay over Supreme Court’s verdict on height restrictions,city Dahi Handi mandals have threatened to discontinue the event and lamented that the order has taken sheen off festivities. Read

4. Satara serial murders: Victims’ kin blame police laxity for tragedy

A day after a 42-year-old self-styled doctor who had been arrested on August 11 for the murder of an anganwadi worker confessed to having killed five more people over the past 13 years, relatives of the victims have blamed police laxity behind the serial killings in Wai tehsil of Satara district. Read

5. Dawood’s nephew gets married in Mumbai, cops keep a close watch

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s nephew on Wednesday married the daughter of a Mumbai-based businessman in a traditional Muslim ceremony, with Mumbai police keeping a close watch on the event. Read