Written by Gargi Verma | Mumbai | Published: January 19, 2018 3:28 am After around 30 children suffered from food poisoning on Wednesday following a feast at a madrasa, the Bhiwandi police has taken up an investigation into the matter. The five children admitted to Nair Hospital are stable, the police said. The Bhiwandi police said the children were among many who ate the food. The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Manoj Patil, said: “A resident of Roshanbagh society had organised a feast. There...
Written by Gargi Verma | Mumbai | Published: January 18, 2018 3:05 am Nelson D’Mello at his terrace farm at Vijay Garden in Thane. (Express Photo by Janak Rathod) Residents of a Thane housing society have come up with innovative methods to realise their aims of a terrace full of vegetables, free electricity and minimal waste. At a summit on waste management, organised over the weekend by Thane residents to spread awareness about newly-enforced waste segregation rules, the success stories of a...
Written by Gargi Verma | Mumbai | Published: January 16, 2018 3:26 am Rabbi Israel Kozlovsky outside Nariman House on Monday. (Express Photo: Pradip Das) TWO DAYS before the visit of Moshe Holtzberg, the child who survived the 26/11 terrorist attack at Nariman House, or Chabad House, in south Mumbai, Chabad Lubavitch Rabbi Israel Kozlovsky announced that the memorial of the victims would be unveiled by the boy. Moshe, now 11 years old, was not even two at the time of the attack and was saved...
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Selecting a term
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