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Top five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

Here are the five stories from Mumbai you should not miss

mumbai Updated: Feb 24, 2017 18:50 IST
HT Correspondent

1. BMC elections: After close finish, Shiv Sena says fight with BJP will go on

After a close finish in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) trailing by just two seats, the Shiv Sena on Friday indicated it will not tie-up with its friend-turned-foe for power, saying the fight will go on. Read

2. Maharashtra elections: Maratha protests helped Bharatiya Janata Party make a mark

Around six months ago, when Maharashtra was in the grip of large protests rallies by Maratha community, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis looked tense, even hinting he may not last for five years as a chief minister. Read

3. Maha election shocker for NCP came a day after Pawar completed 50 yrs in politics

A day after Sharad Pawar formally completed 50 years in Parliamentary politics, election results in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad have come as shocker to his Nationalist Congress Party (NCP). Read

4. Sheena Bora murder trial: Cops sit between Indrani, Peter to stop them from fighting

Sessions court judge HS Mahajan asked two constables to sit between Indrani, her husband Peter Mukerjea and ex-husband Sanjeev Khanna, as the trial in the Sheena Bora murder case began before the special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Thursday. The measure was taken to ensure they do not get into a verbal altercation within the court, which reportedly has happened on some occasions. Read

5. BMC poll results: Five things that helped Bharatiya Janata Party win 82 seats in Mumbai

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won 82 seats in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), just two short of its ally-turned-foe Shiv Sena’s tally of 84 seats in the 227-member house. This is the first time in three decades that any party has come so close to Sena’s tally challenging its hold over its citadel. Read