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Chargesheet filed in phishing scam

Saturday 14 December '13

Investigations revealed the money had been transferred using a cheque from Thadani’s chequebook
Sachin's 200th Test: Cops grill Bombay Gymkhana member for illegal ticket sale

Tuesday 19 November '13

Zaveri is suspected of having provided six complimentary VIP passes to two accused.
Monsoon mayhem, year after year

Tuesday 29 October '13

Patients of KEM hospital face inconvenience during monsoon every year, finds Gautam S Mengle.
Srinivasan's son-in-law Meiyappan named in IPL betting chargesheet

Sunday 22 September '13

Pakistan umpire Asad Rauf named ‘absconding accused’.
Shift to local body tax raises security concerns at octroi nakas

Tuesday 26 February '13

Security at major entry and exit points to the city could be a cause for concern with BMC shutting down octroi nakas as it shifts to a new local body tax (LBT) regime from October 1.
Thane bus accident: Day later, blame game begins

Friday 4 January '13

The school authorities said the bus was hired by the parents and the school is only the contact point between the contractor and the parents.
PCO users will have to reveal name, address

Wednesday 26 December '12

Instructions issued to operators in city; police say no specific threat, but will help track hoax callers.
Cops to snatch away gun licence of pvt guards

Wednesday 26 December '12

Police are conducting a statewide survey to prevent personal gun licences from being used by private security agencies to guard commercial establishments like banks ATMs, malls, and jewellery shops.
Depressed over wife’s death, man ends life

Tuesday 25 December '12

Depressed over his wife’s death due to a heart attack, an Ambarnath resident committed suicide by throwing himself in front of a train a few hours after her death on Sunday.
Kalwa woman’s murder: Police comb illegal drug dens to trace suspect

Thursday 20 December '12

According to the Kalwa police, Yasmeen’s father and several of the suspect’s friends have told the police that he is addicted to smack and would often go to Mumbai to buy the drugs.
Mumbai prof arrested for making ‘casteist remarks’ on colleague

Thursday 20 December '12

Jayshree Venkatachallam, an associate professor of Sree Narayana Guru College of Commerce at Chembur, was arrested by the Deonar police
Trader duo left in the cold in China

Saturday 15 December '12

Exactly a year after news of Mumbai trader Shyamsunder Agrawal and his colleague Deepak Raheja of Hyderabad being held captive by traders in China broke, they are still stranded in China waging a lone...
Eve teasing case: After shock, come insults and gossip

Thursday 13 December '12

Girl for whom Vicchivora fought faces ostracism, plunges into depression.
Stretched zone V cops fall back on informants to prevent crime

Wednesday 12 December '12

Police manpower problems were compounded Tuesday after vandalism in Worli Monday night.
Dombivli murder: Cops rely on eyewitnesses

Friday 7 December '12

Police unearth chopper used by accused to stab Vicchivora, record statements.
Man goes to police to report cash, jewellery theft, is told to forget it

Thursday 6 December '12

A proper FIR was registered 5 days later after he personally appealed to a senior police inspector for help.
Cases of eve-teasing on rise in Dombivali, say kin of slain youth

Thursday 6 December '12

The family of Santosh Vicchivora, who was killed by a group of five teens in Dombivali on Monday, has claimed that the menace of eve-teasing was on the rise in the area.
Woman breaks stepson’s limbs, arrested

Thursday 29 November '12

Mumbra Police arrested 30-year-old Rehana Sheikh on Tuesday night for allegedly fracturing limbs of her six-year-old stepson.
Panvel resident meticulously planned murders of son, daughter

Tuesday 27 November '12

Shah was in hospital after he was found in a forest near Kasara Ghat with self-inflicted slits to his wrists.
Mumbai Police SPU gets tips from Israeli commandos

Friday 23 November '12

Sources said a team comprising five Israeli commandos, currently stationed in Bangkok on overseas duty, came to India a fortnight ago for this exercise.


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