Articles by Raina Assainar
On Wednesday, he left home for his exam centre at St Mary College in Vashi and did not return home. He later contacted his parents by sending a WhatsApp message saying he was safe and would return soon
Man arrested for throwing acid on wife's face at Panvel Railway Station after accusing her of having an affair. Victim critical, case transferred from Kolkata.
He left home for his exam centre at St Mary College in Vashi and did not return home. He later contacted his parents by sending a WhatsApp message saying he was safe and would return soon
The first arrest was made a day after the incident. Arbaz Jayasuddin Shaikh, 25, was arrested at his aunt’s house in Mumbra. Later, in further interrogation of Shaikh, the police traced the second accused, Deepak Suresh Kharatmal, 28, from Sanpada
Female reporter in Navi Mumbai files case against cameraman for outraging her modesty at political event in Vashi. Accused yet to appear at police station.
In an early morning accident on the Neral-Karjat road, two women, including a Jain sadhvi were killed, while another woman sustained injuries. A group of approximately 12 Jain followers were on a padayatra towards Neral when a tempo collided with them, resulting in the death of two individuals
A police constable in Navi Mumbai went missing after being cheated by a banker in a land deal. He left a letter stating he was ending his life.
According to the complaint lodged by Loke’s wife Priyanka, 28, who was also injured in the attack, her husband had told her a few days ago that Sodha had been threatening him to abandon the ‘mathadi work’ that he got at Mankhurd and handover to him
The Navi Mumbai and Mumbai police have jointly fined 1,612 individuals in a month for stopping on the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) to take selfies after its inauguration by Prime Minister Modi
Five minor girls from impoverished families in Taloja, Mumbai, who ran away to Delhi in pursuit of education and to escape poverty, were traced and reunited with their families by the Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of Navi Mumbai police.
A man in Navi Mumbai threw acid on his wife's face after she refused to accompany him to his sister's house in Hyderabad. The woman is receiving treatment for her injuries. The man is currently on the run and the police are searching for him.
Four people, including three women, were arrested in Navi Mumbai for selling ganja. The accused were found in possession of 20.200 kg of ganja worth ₹3.63 lakh.
The police searched every state transport bus going towards Panvel and caught them in one of the buses
Two youths in Navi Mumbai have been booked by the police for driving an SUV with fireworks on the roof. The incident occurred on January 29, but the police took action on February 7 after a video of the incident went viral. The two boys were identified as Nayan Nandkumar Patil and Vansh Mishra, and they have been booked under several sections of the Indian Penal Code.
Police in Navi Mumbai have registered a case against the owner of a steel market gala after a fire killed three people. The owner had initially claimed the fire was due to a short circuit, but it was later discovered that he was cutting a gas tanker without closing the valve, causing sparks to ignite the gas. The owner has been booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code.
Navi Mumbai bus driver arrested after bus collides with tempo & bikes, killing one & injuring two. Villagers demand compensation. Investigation ongoing.
The manager of the hostel ended his life after repeated thrashing by the accused over suspected embezzlement of hostel funds
Navi Mumbai Crime Branch arrests two individuals involved in stealing vehicles and selling them for criminal activities such as drug smuggling.
A two-year-old malnourished toddler in Navi Mumbai underwent a lung resection surgery at Apollo Hospital. The surgery involved the removal of one lung due to measles-induced pneumonia. Following the surgery, the toddler now leads a normal life without the need for oxygen support. The hospital provided discounts to make the surgery affordable for the child's family.
A school van driver in Navi Mumbai has been booked for rash driving and causing the death of a nine-year-old boy. The incident occurred when the van hit the boy and two others while they were crossing the road. The driver fled the scene.
The GPS tracker of a stolen car revealed the story behind the death of businessman Narottam Singh Dhillon in North Goa. Two people have been arrested for his murder.
Navi Mumbai police deported 506 foreign nationals, primarily Nigerians, in 2023 as part of a crackdown on drug peddling. The police are also conducting checks and citizen awareness programs to encourage reporting of overstaying foreigners.
The tourist on ATV falls off the bike and so does the tourist lady about to climb on the camel.
The introduction of the Nelson system of investigation by Navi Mumbai police has led to a substantial increase in the stolen property recovery rate and overall crime conviction rate. The system assigns one investigation officer to one offense per month, reducing the burden of multiple cases. The system has also reduced case pendency and increased the quality of investigations. Additionally, initiatives like Investigation-bikes and e-Pairavi apps have contributed to a 6% increase in conviction rates.
A man has been booked for negligence after a blast at a stone quarry in Navi Mumbai resulted in the death of one worker and injuries to two others.
The Maratha morcha is scheduled to reach Mumbai’s Azad Maidan to begin indefinite agitation for Maratha quota
Two men have been arrested in connection with clashes between Yuva Sena members and residents of Kutchi Mohalla during a rally for the Ayodhya temple consecration. The residents have filed a complaint alleging unlawful assembly and criminal intimidation. The arrested individuals have been remanded to police custody for two days.
A case has been registered against an unidentified student and a Chembur resident after a quarrel broke out on a train in India. The Chembur resident alleges that the student harassed his family by shouting slogans and throwing tea on his child. The police have registered a case against the unidentified person and the Chembur man. The case has been transferred to the Kankavli police station.
The incident occurred at around 3pm on Monday when around 60 vehicles entered the mohalla on the way to Panvel, shouting slogans
A car accident occurred on the newly opened Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) involving two women, a child, and two teenage boys. The occupants of the car miraculously did not suffer any serious injuries. Police will be registering a case against them for rash driving.