Today in Pics: Skywalk in Mumbai

Nana Chowk is to get its Rs 50 crore oval skywalk by the end of the month in Mumbai. The structure is set to become one of the architectural attractions of the area. (IE Photo: Vasant Prabhu)
Nana Chowk is to get its Rs 50 crore oval skywalk by the end of the month in Mumbai. The structure is set to become one of the architectural attractions of the area. (IE Photo: Vasant Prabhu)
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah arrives at Karnataka Bhawan in New Delhi. (IE Photo: Anil Sharma)
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah arrives at Karnataka Bhawan in New Delhi. (IE Photo: Anil Sharma)
A 13-year-old son of a diamond broker was allegedly kidnapped for ransom and later killed by his own cousin, who abducted the boy to seek money for covering the loss he incurred while betting on IPL cricket matches, police said. The deceased boy Aditya Rankha's cousin  Himanshu Ranka (28) and his accomplice Brijesh Sangvi, who happens to be friend of Aditya's elder brother - were yesterday arrested in connection with the crime. Family members crying. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)
A 13-year-old son of a diamond broker was allegedly kidnapped for ransom and later killed by his own cousin, who abducted the boy to seek money for covering the loss he incurred while betting on IPL cricket matches, police said. The deceased boy Aditya Rankha's cousin Himanshu Ranka (28) and his accomplice Brijesh Sangvi, who happens to be friend of Aditya's elder brother - were yesterday arrested in connection with the crime.
Family members crying. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)
Air India is set to replace all its eight Boeing B-777 (LR) aircraft with the help of the US aircraft manufacturer and make the B-787 Dreamliners its workhorse over the next few years. The announcement by Air India CMD Rohit Nandan came on a day when two of the airline's six Dreamliners resumed commercial operations and operated regular flights from Delhi to Bangalore and Kolkata. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
Air India is set to replace all its eight Boeing B-777 (LR) aircraft with the help of the US aircraft manufacturer and make the B-787 Dreamliners its workhorse over the next few years.
The announcement by Air India CMD Rohit Nandan came on a day when two of the airline's six Dreamliners resumed commercial operations and operated regular flights from Delhi to Bangalore and Kolkata. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh filed his nomination papers for his fifth Rajya Sabha term from Assam. (IE Photo)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh filed his nomination papers for his fifth Rajya Sabha term from Assam. (IE Photo)
Manmohan Singh, 80, submitted his papers before the Legislative Assembly Secretary G P Das in the Assembly premises. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
Manmohan Singh, 80, submitted his papers before the Legislative Assembly Secretary G P Das in the Assembly premises. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
The Prime Minister's Upper House term expires on June 14 and polls for two Rajya Sabha seats from Assam will be held on May 30. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
The Prime Minister's Upper House term expires on June 14 and polls for two Rajya Sabha seats from Assam will be held on May 30. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
The notification for the elections was issued on Monday and the last date of filing nominations was May 20. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
The notification for the elections was issued on Monday and the last date of filing nominations was May 20. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
Prior to filing his nomination, he presided over a meeting of Congress Legislature Party in the Assembly. PM Singh was accompanied by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, Assam Pradesh Congress President Bhubaneswar Kalita and ministers Pradyut Bordoloi, Rakibul Hussain, Neelmani Sen Deka and Himanta Biswa Sarma. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
Prior to filing his nomination, he presided over a meeting of Congress Legislature Party in the Assembly. PM Singh was accompanied by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, Assam Pradesh Congress President Bhubaneswar Kalita and ministers Pradyut Bordoloi, Rakibul Hussain, Neelmani Sen Deka and Himanta Biswa Sarma. (IE Photo: Subhamoy Bhattacharjee)
 Members of All Assam Students' Union (AASU) hold a protest rally. They accused the Prime Minister of not looking after the interests of the state. (IE Photo: Dasrath Deka)
Members of All Assam Students' Union (AASU) hold a protest rally. They accused the Prime Minister of not looking after the interests of the state. (IE Photo: Dasrath Deka)
More of the AASU members, wearing the mask of PM, protesting. (IE Photo: Dasrath Deka)
More of the AASU members, wearing the mask of PM, protesting. (IE Photo: Dasrath Deka)
The Territorial Army's first woman jawan, Shanti Tigga, was found hanging inside a hospital cabin in Jalpaiguri district on May 14, four days after allegedly being kidnapped and left tied blindfold.Additional Superintendent of Police Akash Megharia said Tigga was found hanging with a gamchha (traditional cotton towel) tied around her neck inside the cabin of the Alipurduar Railway Hospital, where she was admitted a few days ago. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
The Territorial Army's first woman jawan, Shanti Tigga, was found hanging inside a hospital cabin in Jalpaiguri district on May 14, four days after allegedly being kidnapped and left tied blindfold.

Additional Superintendent of Police Akash Megharia said Tigga was found hanging with a gamchha (traditional cotton towel) tied around her neck inside the cabin of the Alipurduar Railway Hospital, where she was admitted a few days ago. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
Tigga (37) was a jawan with the 969 Railway Engineer Regiment of the Territorial Army and posted as a points-man at Chalsa station in the district.  She was allegedly kidnapped after her duties in the evening of May 9. She was found blindfold and tied to a post near the railway tracks the next morning. Tigga had earlier said she was not physically harmed by the kidnappers. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
Tigga (37) was a jawan with the 969 Railway Engineer Regiment of the Territorial Army and posted as a points-man at Chalsa station in the district. She was allegedly kidnapped after her duties in the evening of May 9. She was found blindfold and tied to a post near the railway tracks the next morning. Tigga had earlier said she was not physically harmed by the kidnappers. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
Finding the cabin locked at around 4 pm, her son had knocked on the door but received no answer, he said. Later, when the door was broken open in the presence of police and railway officials, she was found hanging. Her family members alleged that she was murdered. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)Sonia Gandhi 'bunks' to be with students
Finding the cabin locked at around 4 pm, her son had knocked on the door but received no answer, he said. Later, when the door was broken open in the presence of police and railway officials, she was found hanging. Her family members alleged that she was murdered. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)

Sonia Gandhi 'bunks' to be with students
After a politically volatile week that saw the exit of her party's two Union ministers, Congress President Sonia Gandhi today took time off to "bunk" political work and spend a while with students of Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi.Sonia Gandhi with the Vice-Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia University, after unveiling a plaque to lay the foundation stone of new girls hostel. (PTI)
After a politically volatile week that saw the exit of her party's two Union ministers, Congress President Sonia Gandhi today took time off to "bunk" political work and spend a while with students of Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi.

Sonia Gandhi with the Vice-Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia University, after unveiling a plaque to lay the foundation stone of new girls hostel. (PTI)
After laying the foundation stone of a girls' hostel, Sonia Gandhi said: 'My young friends, students. I am delighted to be here in this magnificent university..I am also delighted because I don't often get the opportunity to spend a little while with students and for another reason and that is I can bunk my class." (PTI)
After laying the foundation stone of a girls' hostel, Sonia Gandhi said: 'My young friends, students. I am delighted to be here in this magnificent university..I am also delighted because I don't often get the opportunity to spend a little while with students and for another reason and that is I can bunk my class." (PTI)
Sonai Gandhi waves to students during foundation stone laying of new girls hostel. (PTI)
Sonai Gandhi waves to students during foundation stone laying of new girls hostel. (PTI)

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