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    Over 9,000 flats sold in Mumbai till July, Rs 566 cr generated through stamp duty

    Mumbai: In Mumbai, over 9,823 conveyance deeds have been registered by the end of July. These are the figures given by the Department of Registration & Stamps, Government of Maharashtra. With this, the state has generated revenue of Rs 566.80 crore through stamp duty. Similarly, across the state, a total of 13,6337 properties were sold, generating a revenue of...

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    For the first time, over 1 crore vaccinated in July: Mumbai civic body data

    Mumbai: More than one lakh beneficiaries were vaccinated in the city on Saturday. According to the BMC data, 1,01,903 registered beneficiaries have taken the jabs at the 426 Covid vaccine centres, of which 70,213 were vaccinated at civic-run centres. State health department officials said that steady stock supply from the Centre and more awareness among the population...

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    Romanian national held for cyber fraud, 166 ATM cards seized

    Mumbai: The Oshiwara police have recently arrested a Romanian national for allegedly duping people after clonning their ATM cards. The police have also found 165 ATM cards from the possession of Nedelcu Valentine Avonat , 38, who has previous 8 cases registered against him in Mumbai. According to the police, during night petrolling last week a team from Oshiwara police found a foreign...

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    Madhya Pradesh: Cong leader's 'nephew' booked for raping girl

    Bhopal: A Congress leader's nephew was booked for rape in Itarsi of Hoshangabad district. A case under relevant sections of the IPC and SC/ST Atrocity Act was registered against him four days back, said police officials on Saturday. A manhunt has been launched to nab himMahila police station SHO Sulekha Nimoda informed Free Press that the accused and the victim were students of...

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    Mumbai: Bogus call centre busted, three arrested from UP

    Mumbai: The Pydhonie police have busted a bogus call centre from Noida in Uttar Pradesh for allegedly duping job seekers. According to the police, all the three accused are graduates, however, they lost their jobs during pandemic after which they started the con.In the second week of April, the accused contacted a youth from Pydhonie and duped him of Rs 1.38 lakh on the pretext of...

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    Bhopal: Take care of health and studies both, CM tells students

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Chouhan has said that both good education and health for the students are important. In view of Corona infection in the state, classes have been started gradually. Classes IX and X are also being started from August 5. At present these classes will be held for only two days a week, said the CM. Chief Minister held virtual discussions with students, teachers...

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    Gang of four held for stealing mobiles of women commuters

    Mumbai: A gang of four women has been arrested by the Wadala GRP for allegedly targeting women commuters and stealing their mobiles. The accused have been identified as Sheela Kale (19), Rani Pawar (25 ), Jolibai Pawar (29) and Bhagyashree Kale (30). Also, 16 mobiles worth Rs 2.14 lakh have been seized from them. All the accused are residents of Usmanabad.

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    Bhopal: Mother among 2 booked for torturing 10-year-old girl

    Bhopal: The Bhopal police booked a woman and her brother-in-law for allegedly inflicting torture on the woman's 10-year-old daughter, said police. The girl was rescued by a team of Childline from Aishbagh on Friday, said police. The Childline had received information about her from some social worker in the area.

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    Bhopal: Parents stage protest against capped board grades, lock school for five hours

    Bhopal: The principal of a private school in Bhopal was caught off guard on Saturday when the parents of some students gathered in the school premises to protest against the CBSE 12th board results.The parents of some 15 students gheraoed the principal of Sankalp School, Anu Shrivastava for declaring, what they alleged, poor results.

    • 2 hrs ago
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    Pegasus snoopgate is not only about politicians, journalists and activists, it's about you: Awhad

    Mumbai: Amid the opposition's ongoing move to target the BJP-led government at the Centre on the Pegasus spyware snooping issue, NCP leader and housing minister Jitendra Awhad stepped up attack at the Centre, saying the people of the country are already under watch.In a tweet, Awhad said, "Pegasus snoopgate is not just about politicians,...

    • 2 hrs ago

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