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Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Nov 03, 2016 17:12 IST
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1. Resident paints ‘question marks’ on potholed roads in Mumbai

A dissatisfied resident vent his anger at the bad state the main Virar-Nalasopara Link Road, by painting yellow question marks near the potholes. Read

2. In Mumbai: NGO helps boy who lost his leg after falling off a running train

A day after HT reported about the teenager who lost his leg after being thrown out of running local, an NGO based in Navi Mumbai has come forward to help him and take care of all his medical expenses. It has also promised him an artificial leg. Read

3. Milind Soman to give Thane residents fitness lessons

Model-turned-actor Milind Soman will impart fitness lessons to residents at the end of this month. Soman met the civic commissioner to express his intention to conduct a few sport-related activities in the city. Read

4. 2 traffic cops injured in Pune-Mumbai Expressway accident

Three people, including two traffic police constables, were injured after a speeding car hit them on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway on Thursday. Read

5. Palghar professor rescues injured Eagle Owl from poachers

A professor of a Mokhada college in Jawhar of Palghar district, on Wednesday rescued an injured adult Indian Eagle Owl from poachers who were planning to sell it to tantriks, who use the owl to practise black magic. Read