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Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Mar 30, 2017 17:02 IST

1. Mumbai police on the lookout for TVF CEO Arunabh Kumar

A police team set out to look for Arunabh Kumar, CEO of digital entertainment start-up The Viral Fever (TVF) on Thursday morning, after he was booked on Wednesday for molesting a woman. Read

2. Be prepared to shell out 1% more if you buy a new house in Mumbai

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), in a bid to boost it’s revenue sources, proposed 1% surcharge on the value of property. Read

3. Fewer auto-rickshaws in Mumbai’s Western suburbs as pipeline burst hits fuel supply

Several auto rickshaws plying on share-auto routes on the Kandivli-Bhayander belt, kept off the road on Thursday because of unavailability of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) that fuels their vehicles, after a pipeline burst in Malad on Wednesday. Commuters faced a difficult time with fewer vehicles at their disposal. Read

4. Africans in Mumbai say they feel safe

Citizens from African countries are wary after recent attacks on members of the community in Greater Noida in Delhi. Although most of the Africans HT spoke to Mumbai said they felt safe in city, they said they are cautious. Read

5. Maharashtra government issues do’s and dont’s to beat the heat wave conditions

With parts of Maharashtra facing heat wave conditions, the state government on Wednesday issued a list of do’s and don’ts for residents to help fight the above-40 degree Celsius temperatures. Read