Times of India | 2 months ago | 28-11-2022 | 04:40 am
MUMBAI: As many as 14 cellphones were reported stolen at a popular music concert organised at Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) on Saturday. The BKC police have registered four FIRs so far and have arrested one person. The police said more complaints are pouring in by the hour and the number of FIRs will increase. Among the stolen handsets are high end phones as well. The concert by DJ Snake was organised at the MMRDA ground and tickets were available online. There were hundreds of people at the concert. After the show ended at 10 pm, the audience started to realise that their phones were missing. "People started to flock to the police station to complain about phones being taken out of their pockets. We noted their names and contact details and asked them to return with details of the handsets like IMEI numbers and model name," said an officer. Cops went to the concert location where they found a man moving around suspiciously. He was taken into custody when he tried to escape, and was brought to the BKC police station. During a search, two stolen iPhones were recovered from him. The accused identified as Mohsin Khan lives in Bhiwandi. Police are verifying if he has a past criminal record and if he was working as part of a gang. "It is likely that other thieves or gangs were also active, besides Khan," said an officer. Khan was produced before a holiday court and has been remanded to police custody. The police are going through CCTV footage in and around the MMRDA ground to establish the identities of other thieves. Some of the audience members took to Twitter to report about the theft.
She was rescued after a police team rushed to the spot. (Representational)A widow was beaten up, her face blackened, and she was paraded with a garland of footwear in a village in Nashik district of Maharashtra by some women after she doubted the circumstances surrounding the death of her husband, police said on Tuesday.The incident occurred in Shivre village in Chandwad taluka, 65 km from Nashik city, on January 30.An official said the victim was recently injured in a road accident, following which her husband dropped her at her parent's place. He had also come to meet her twice with their daughters.However, when she was at her parents' house she was told by her in-laws that her husband had died by suicide."During the post-death ritual on January 30, the woman expressed doubt over the circumstances surrounding her husband's death which angered her sister-in-law," the official said.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comThe sister-in-law and some other women from the village blackened the face of the victim garlanded her with footwear and paraded her in the village.She was rescued after a police team rushed to the spot, the official said. No case is registered yet.Featured Video Of The DaySuicide Blast At Peshawar Mosque: Terror And Economic Mess Bleed Pakistan
The Bhandup police in Mumbai had booked Varaiya in a rape case on January 10. (Representational)Mumbai: Days after he was booked in a rape case, a chartered accountant from Mumbai hanged himself at his friend's resort in Maharashtra's Nashik district, a police official said here on Tuesday.CA Chirag Varaiya (45) left behind a suicide note saying nobody should be held responsible for his death. He is survived by his wife and two children, said the official.The caretaker of the resort at Igatpuri alerted the police after he found Varaiya dead on Monday night, said the official.The Bhandup police in Mumbai had booked Varaiya in a rape case on January 10 following which he cooperated with them in the probe. He also assured the investigating officer that he would visit the police station whenever required, said the official.A police official from Igatpuri said, "It is a suicide case. We have not found any foul play. On the basis of primary information, we have registered an accidental death report."PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)HelplinesVandrevala Foundation for Mental Health9999666555 or email@example.comTISS iCall022-25521111 (Monday-Saturday: 8 am to 10 pm)(If you need support or know someone who does, please reach out to your nearest mental health specialist.)Featured Video Of The DayNick, Who Doesn't Have Arms And Legs, Shows The World How To Live
PALGHAR: Four persons were killed on Tuesday when their car collided with a bus on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway in Maharashtra's Palghar district, police said. Two persons travelling in the luxury bus received injuries in the accident which took place at around 3.30 am near Mahalakshmi bridge on the highway, an official from Kasa police station said.The four occupants of the car were travelling from Gujarat to Mumbai, located about 100 km from Palghar, when it jumped a lane and collided with a luxury bus coming from the opposite direction, another official said in the evening. All four persons, including a woman, died on the spot, he said. The bodies were sent to a government hospital for postmortem, the official said, adding two injured persons were hospitalised. The deceased were residents of Bardoli in Surat. Earlier in the day, police said the car had rammed into the bus from behind.(With PTI inputs)
THANE: Three Bangladeshi nationals were convicted and sentenced by the Thane sessions court to five years rigorous imprisonment for illegally entering India without any valid documents.Those convicted and sentenced include Ishrafil Shikhadar ,56, Litan Mandal @ Mandol , 30 , and Shamim Mulla, 35. All residents from Nadail district of Bangladesh were convicted by special judge MB Patwari in separate orders.The prosecution in its submission said that based on information that some people were living illegally in Kopri area, the police carried out a raid in which the trio were arrested by the local police. They had no proper documentation. Hence, they were tried under various sections of Passport ( Entry into India ) Act, 1920 and under Section 420-cheating and 468 -Forgery for cheating of Indian Penal Code at the Kopri police station.The judge in his order noted that the accused in their submission pleaded guilty after informing them for the maximum sentence that could be imposed against them for the offences they were booked on; they preferred to confess to the crime which was voluntary and the court accepted the same.The prosecutor informed that the judge in its order accepted the submissions of the prosecution and held that the prosecution has proved all the charges against the accused who need to be convicted and sentenced on the basis of the sections they were booked.The court along with the sentence imposed the fine on the trio of a sum of Rs. 1,500 each on the three accused, the prosecutor informed.The judge further stated that considering the age, antecedent of the accused and nature of the offence, the accused were in the jail since March 2017 will get set off from the sentence for the term served in the jail, the order pointed out.Further the judge directed the state to seek necessary directions from the concerned authority under the Passport ( Entry into India ) Act, 1920 and Rules 1950 and the accused be deported to their country. The court also directed the concerned police station i.e Kopri police station to submit the report of deportation of the accused.
The injured man was rushed to a hospital, a police official said.(Representational)Palghar: A 45-year-old man from Boisar town in Palghar district of Maharashtra allegedly killed his 40-year-old wife by slitting her throat on a street and also attempted suicide, police said.Prima facie, the man suspected his wife's fidelity and attacked her with a sharp weapon. He also slashed himself.Police personnel who rushed to the spot at around 12:30 pm found the man lying injured near the body of his wife and their two children crying.The woman died on the spot. The injured man was rushed to a hospital, a police official said. PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)HelplinesVandrevala Foundation for Mental Health9999666555 or firstname.lastname@example.orgTISS iCall022-25521111 (Monday-Saturday: 8 am to 10 pm)(If you need support or know someone who does, please reach out to your nearest mental health specialist.)Featured Video Of The DayOn Camera, Huge Clash At Ajmer Shrine Between Pilgrims, Officials