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Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Oct 14, 2016 18:52 IST
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In photos: The four canine heroes of the Mumbai police

The four canines that played a key role in the 26/11 terror attack operations in 2008 have died. HT looks at the four members of the dog squad, which helped the Mumbai police detect explosives and minimise casualties in the attack which killed more than 160 people and injured 300. Read

199 live turtles seized from UAE nationals at Mumbai airport

Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) officers intercepted two passengers — both holding United Arab Emirates (UAE) passports — carrying 199 live Indian Star Tortoises and Black Pond Turtles in four trolley checked-in bags on Thursday night. A case has been registered against both the foreign nationals. Read

More Indians booking gambling-heavy family holidays this Diwali

Several groups have booked their families on a gambling vacationto celebrate the festival away from the usual routine. Read

Dombivli thieves break into six cars, steal stereo systems worth ₹61,000

Thieves broke into six cars and stole stereo systems and cash from each between 12am and 6am near Hardkar Hospital at Ramchandra Nagar in Tilak Nagar, Dombivli on Thursday. Police said the stereo systems were collectively worth Rs61,000. Read

Monsoon bids adieu to Mumbai

After more than a week since the last heavy showers, the monsoon has withdrawn from Mumbai. On Friday, the weather bureau announced that the south-west monsoon has ended. Read

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