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Bijwasi Sweets, Malad sells 7-month old expired Pepsi 7-Up stocks to Arshi Khan

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Well Arshi Khan has a knack for getting into trouble. But this time, it was trouble that fell into Arshi Khan’s lap. The actress who was travelling to Andheri via the S V Road on Monday evening, asked her assistant to get her a Pepsi bottle. She stopped her car ...

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Garbage filled Poisar river in Kandivali needs to be desilted and cleaned urgently

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The Poisar river, originating from the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, is polluted over 150 times the safety limit — according to a new study conducted in January-February 2017, making its water totally importable and unsafe for human consumption in any format and uninhabitable for both plant and animal life. Last ...

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Even as Police look the other way, Hookah Palours do brisk business in Goregaon-Malad

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While the Mumbai suburban police seem to be very busy with several other pressing matters, illegal hookah palours are flourishing in Mumbai suburbs. According to an IndiaNewsNet.IN SURVEY, there are over 600 illegal hookah palours in suburban Mumbai – both in the western and eastern suburbs, which are doing brisk ...

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Coaching class teacher, external candidate held in HSC paper leak case

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NAVI MUMBAI: The Vashi police have made two more arrests in the HSC secretarial practice question paper leak, taking the total number of arrests in the case to four. The latest arrests, of an external HSC student, Mohammad Shaikh (19), and a coaching class teacher, Suresh Jha (26), were made ...

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Illegal burning, destruction of Mangroves at Malad-Malvani, Police Fail to take Action

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Illegal destruction of Mangroves by dumping of garbage, scrap and other debris and then setting it on fire – showing that the fire was caused accidently was observed in Malad-Malvani over the last 2-3 days. The police have failed to take action and no complaint or FIR has been registered. Malvani ...

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