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Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Mar 21, 2017 16:58 IST

1. Is the Zakir Naik case falling apart?

Since it registered a case against Naik in November 2016, the NIA does not seem to have a concrete case to prove his complicity. Read

2. Thane vada pav seller who was set on fire succumbs to burn injuries

The 50-year-old man who was set on fire by an alleged competitor for operating a vada pav shop near Ulhasnagar station succumbed to his burn injuries on Tuesday morning. Read

3. Will Sharad Pawar emerge as the leader of a new coalition?

Sharad Pawar has a figthing chance at gaining the Prime Minister’s office if he is able to put together and lead the coalition of secular forces against the BJP in 2019. Read

4. Agitating doctors fit to be factory workers if they insist on demands, says Bombay HC

Even as residents doctors continue their agitation over their security, the Bombay high court on Tuesday said they are fit to be ordinary factory workers and not doctors, if they insist to resume work unless their demands are met. Read

5. Four years on, missing male tiger of Tadoba reserve spotted

Four years after wildlife observers said they lost track of a male tiger in the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) at Chandrapur near Nagpur, an image of Ookhan was captured via a camera trap far away from his home early this month. Read