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Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Mar 29, 2017 17:22 IST

1. Karan Johar’s twins discharged from hospital, doctors say they are healthy

Karan Johar’s twins, Yash and Roohi, were discharged from the hospital on Wednesday. Doctors said both the babies had gained weight and were healthier. Read

2. Five college students caught with LSD in Mumbai

The anti-narcotics cell of the Mumbai crime branch arrested five college students from Mumbai with Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) worth Rs70 lakh. Read

3. ‘No science meets in the US next year if Trump does not revoke ban on Muslim-majority nations’

Physicists from across the world, including those from India, have resolved that no scientific conferences will be organised in the US in 2018 if the Trump government continues with its ban on the entry of citizens from Muslim-majority countries. Read

4. ‘20-acre mangrove patch restored at Vikhroli after 5 years, one of the largest restorations in Mumbai’

A 20-acre barren patch of wetland at the Vikhroli end of the Jogeshwari-Vikhlori Link Road (JVLR) in Mumbai was restored after a span of five years. The work was carried out for the past eight months and state mangrove cell officials have called it one of the largest mangrove restoration projects in Mumbai so far. Read

5. Anna Hazare looks to relaunch agitation against corruption

Social activist Anna Hazare has threatened to launch an agitation on the Ramlila ground in Delhi to press the demand for implementation of the Lokpal. Read