Discounts offer for Ramzan by M.M.Mithaiwala
Our Correspondent : 09 may. 2014
Mumbai. Are you worried about celebrating Ramzan this year because of sky rocketing prices? Then, leave all your worries behind and avail the best discounts on your favourite sweets at MM Mithaiwala’s, the superstore of traditional sweets and snacks at Malad(W),Mumbai-64.
M.M.Mithaiwala is offering Jalebi & Bhajia at a lower cost on occasion of Ramzan till idd i.e. 30th July 2014.Owner of the sweet shop Manmohan Gupta has sent greetings on the occasion of Ramzan. Jalebi will cost Rs 300 per kilo (actual rate is 380/kg) & Bhajia Rs.200 (actual rate is 260/kg) at discount rate so, what are you waiting for, grab your pack of joy this Ramzan….
Manmohan Gupta says “we are offering these sweets at special discounts to make it affordable for everyone.” For more Visit at M.M.Mithaiwala,Opp.Malad Railway Station, Malad (w), Mumbai-64 or Call on 2889 9501.
Lufthansa to launch longest plane on Mumbai-Frankfurt route
Our Correspondent : 09 may. 2014
Mumbai: German carrier Lufthansa on Wednesday said that it will replace its Boeing 747-400 with the world's longest plane B747-8 on the Mumbai-Frankfurt route, starting July 15. Mumbai will be the third city in the country to have B747-8 operations as Lufthansa already flies these planes to Delhi and Bangalore, the airline said in a statement.
"We are very pleased to announce the launch of B747-8 service to Mumbai. The introduction of the Queen of the Skies to Mumbai underlines our commitment to provide Indian customers with the best Lufthansa experience worldwide," Lufthansa director for South Asia Wofgang Will said in the statement.
Jumbo Jets operations to three Indian destinations underline the significance of this market within Lufthansa network, he said. The B747-8 sets new standards of comfort and efficiency and Lufthansa customers will be able to experience its latest in-flight products, such as a sophisticated new business class seat featuring a 6.5 feet long full-flat bed with vastly improved sleeping comfort and greater privacy, he said.
26-year-old held for pelting stone at state transport bus
Our Correspondent : 02 Feb. 2013
NAGPUR: Imambada police have arrested the driver of a four-wheeler for allegedly smashing the windshield of a Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) bus after a dispute over driving with the bus driver near Siraspeth on Wednesday. Enraged after a minor traffic offence, Akshay Petkar pelted a stone at the bus which damaged the windshield.
It is learnt that the driver of the Nagpur-bound ST bus Rajaram Pathak had stopped the vehicle near Siraspeth to pick up some children. While leaving the stop, the bus grazed past Petkar's four-wheeler, which left him very angry.
Police said Petkar overtook the bus and brought it to a halt by blocking the way. Petkar initially picked up a verbal duel with ST driver Pathak but later hurled a stone at the windshield, causing damage of Rs 4,500.
Imambada police booked Petkar for wrongful confinement, acts endangering life and personal property of others, and damaging public
Gujarat: Police Inspector arrested for raping woman, extorting Rs 50,000 from her
Our Correspondent : 11 Jan. 2013
Ahmedabad: The Crime Branch on Tuesday arrested a Police Inspector in Ahmedabad for allegedly raping a 37-year-old woman and extorting Rs 50,000 from her. An FIR was registered against Inspector FM Qureshi, after the woman lodged a complaint on Monday, and he was arrested by the Crime Branch, police said.
The victim told the police that she had come to Ahmedabad to attend hearing in a case in the Gujarat High Court on November 1, 2012. As she knew no one in the city, she came in contact with Qureshi, posted as a security officer at the HC.
Initially, Qureshi behaved in a hospitable manner and arranged papers related to her case apart from managing her stay at a hotel run by his friend, police said.
He also accompanied her to Bhuj, about 300-km from Ahmedabad, while on duty. In Bhuj, he arranged her a lawyer. On way back to the city from Bhuj, Qureshi opened up to her and expressed a desire to marry her after divorcing his wife, police said.
Mina Jagtap, the woman's lawyer, told PTI "He said he didn't share a cordial relationship with his wife and wanted to divorce her."
The complaint further said between November 1 and December 31, Qureshi took her to hotels on various pretexts and allegedly raped her. He also took Rs 50,000 from her. Qureshi told her that if she didn't marry him, he would kill himself, according to the complaint.
The woman said the police officer had been lying about his marital relationship and he later started blackmailing and threatening her, leading her to file the complaint.