Bollywood celeb Rakul Preet Singh appeared before Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officials for the interrogation in connection with drug case linked with Sushant Singh Rajput's death. NCB Director General M Ashok Jain said, "Rakul Preet Singh's statement was recorded by the SIT today. It will be analysed and produced before the court." Rakul had been summoned by NCB in drug probe. Earlier, Rakul's home in Mumbai has been raided by NCB officials on September 24.
Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and director Sudhir Mishra, from Netflix's upcoming film Serious Men, talk to Hindustan Times about the beauty of Mumbai, the mistreatment of migrants, and how there are people in the film industry who are very successful, but not very talented.
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Bollywood celeb Rakul Preet Singh arrived at Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) office for the interrogation in connection with drug case linked with Sushant Singh Rajput's death. She has been summoned by NCB in drug probe. Earlier, Rakul's home in Mumbai has been raided by NCB officials on September 24.
Actress Deepika Padukone along with husband Ranveer Singh arrived in Mumbai on September 24 from Goa. Actress has been summoned by Narcotics Control Bureau to join probe in connection with a drug case related to Sushant Singh Rajput death. Deepika has submitted to join the investigation on September 26. NCB has also summoned other actresses including Rakul Preet Singh, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor in connection with the case.
Heavy showers overnight and Wednesday caused waterlogging at many places in Mumbai disrupting normal life in the city. Massive traffic snarls were reported from different areas while train services were also disrupted. Streets were water logged in several areas and people had to wade through knee deep water. A bus was stuck in King Circle and passengers were seen holding each other’s hand to get past water logged streets. Railway tracks were also water logged leading to cancellation of several local trains. Water also entered Nair Hospital in Mumbai which is a dedicated Covid facility. Work is underway by the civic body to clear these roads for hassle free commute. According to the India Meteorological Department, Mumbai is expected to receive moderate rains till September 28. This is the heaviest rain the suburbs received this monsoon season and IMD has warned of more rainfall in the city and suburbs. A yellow alert has also been sounded for Wednesday. Watch the full video for all the details. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Heavy rainfall lashed several parts of Karnataka on September 20. State Natural Disaster Monitoring Centre has issued alert of very heavy to extremely heavy rainfall over coasts and parts of Malnad regions of Karwar. The Indian Meteorological Department has also issued an alert to stop all fishing activities near the coast. Incessant rainfall led to water logging in several low lying districts of Karnataka.
Rescue operations are underway by State Disaster Relief Force in Karnataka on September 20, following heavy rainfall in the region. SDRF along with local youth rescued people in low-lying areas of Udupi. Heavy rainfall led to severe water logging in several villages. According to Indian Meteorological Department heavy rainfall is likely expected in coastal Karnataka on September 21. Food and shelter were provided to the rescued people.
A 33-year-old woman patient allegedly went missing from COVID-19 jumbo hospital in Maharashtra's Pune. Patient's kin staged protest against hospital authorities. Her mother said, "My daughter has been missing since August 29.The hospital authorities say she was never admitted to the hospital. I have lodged police complaint."
Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar reviewed ongoing construction work of Pune Metro on September 17. He is in Pune to attend weekly review meeting on COVID-19 that will be held later today. Deputy CM Pawar was accompanied by Maharashtra government officials.
Incessant rains jolted Mumbai as several areas were inundated. Tree uprooted at Mahalaxmi race course area. Hindmata and Dadar areas turned into ponds and Mumbaikars struggled to walk and ride their motorbikes. Due to intense spell of rain special suburban trains have been suspended temporarily. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The red alert was issued for the second consecutive day as rains continued to lash Mumbai and adjoining districts since August 04.
A strange incident from Maharashtra's Nashik came to light where two bodies were allegedly swapped accidentally by relatives on August 29 after bodies were handed over and relatives were availing ambulance services. "The exchange happened while relatives of both families were availing of ambulance services. No indication of an error on our part," informed Medical Officer, Civil Hospital.
A leopardess gave birth to four cubs inside a hut in Igatpuri area of Nashik on Tuesday. “Female leopard gave birth to four inside a hut in Igatpuri. They are all safe and healthy. We are waiting for the leopardess to take cubs to another place. Due to cubs, we cannot catch the leopardess now,” Ganeshrao Jole, Forest Department Officer said. He informed that leopards are present in big numbers in Igatpuri area. The clip shows the four tiny cubs wandering around the hut. The mother leopard is seen sitting in a corner licking her fur.
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A Leopard gave birth to four cubs on August 18 in Maharashtra's Nashik. She gave birth to the cubs in a hut made on a farmer's land. The cubs were seen playing with their mother and also making an attempt to escape from the hut. Nashik, Forest Department Officer said, "All four cubs are healthy and irrespective of complaints from villagers no attempts are being made to move them as cubs are 'newborn.'
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister and BJP's Bihar Polls in-charge Devendra Fadnavis on September 25 said that the people of the state have faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also in Nitish Kumar governance, which has worked for the benefit of the people. "For the 1st time such a large exercise is to be held in world during COVID. People of Bihar have faith in Modi ji, also govt under Nitish Kumar ji and Sushil Modi ji has worked for people. It'll be re-elected," said Fadnavis.
The death toll due to building collapse in Maharashtra’s Bhiwandi climbed to 39 on Wednesday. National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team, police and fire brigade teams have been conducting rescue operations since Monday. At least 25 people were rescued from the debris since Monday. Large portions of debris were cleared from the first floor using machinery. Neighboring buildings were also evacuated. Watch the full video for more details.
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Heavy rains that have been lashing Mumbai have led to severe water logging on roads and railway tracks. The Indian Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for Mumbai, Thane and Raigad and..