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mumbai Updated: Nov 23, 2016 16:59 IST
Hindustan Times
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Northern end of CST foot over bridge to finally be revamped

The Mumbai Heritage committee on Tuesday gave in-principle nod to refurbish the foot over bridge (FOB) at the northern end of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST). The presentation was made by an A-ward civic official before the heritage panel to revamp the bridge. The plan includes changing the tiles of the bridge and a new paint. Read

You can store only 2, not 12 bottles of country liquor: Maharashtra govt

While the sale of liquor in the state has been falling due to demonetisation, the Maharashtra government has decided to reduce the number of country liquor bottles that can be stored from 12 to 2 at a time, as the government has observed misuse of the old rule by the people. Read

Large number of Indian travellers look up ‘wishful’ direct flight routes: Survey

Every time a new flight checks-in on an airport’s display screen, it contributes to making the world a smaller place. But lakhs of international fliers from India still wish for direct flight connectivity, found a survey released on Wednesday. Read

Mumbai’s Economic Offences Wing gets additional DCP to probe NSEL scam

A year-and-a-half after the Economic Offences Wing (EOW), the financial fraud investigation department of the Mumbai police, was disassociated from the crime branch and provided with a separate inspector general-rank chief, it has not got an additional deputy commissioner of police (DCP). Read

Cops find Rs59 lakh worth demonetised notes at Navi Mumbai jewellery store

The Kamothe police have found unaccounted banned notes of Rs1,000 and Rs500 denomination amounting to Rs58,99,500 at a jewellery store in Sector 12 on Tuesday evening. Acting on a tip-off, they raided Ruchi Tamka’s store, RJ Jewellers, where they found the cash. Read

First Published: Nov 23, 2016 16:59 IST