Mumbai: How friends, lovers and other Mumbaikars spent New Year's

Jan 02, 2019, 16:35 IST
  • Mumbai: How friends, lovers and other Mumbaikars spent New Year's

    As the clock struck midnight on the last day of the year, people across the country bid goodbye to 2018 and welcomed 2019 with joy and fervor. Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus was also illuminated on the New Year's Eve. All pictures/Sayyed Sameer Abedi

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  • Mumbai: How friends, lovers and other Mumbaikars spent New Year's

    People across the city gathered at prominent spots, tourist destinations and party places to in Mumbai celebrate the new years eve in different ways. Magnificent fireworks and late night parties were organised at many places across the country.

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    New Year's Eve is considered a perfect time to get together and indulge in a night of celebrations. Keeping up the tradition, several events were organised in different parts of Mumbai

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    Revellers indulged in selfies and were seen making merry on the streets of Mumbai

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    Visitors at Gateway of India on the New Year's Eve, in Mumbai on December 31, 2018

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    According to police, the number of drunk driving cases dipped this time from 615 cases which were registered during New Year celebrations in 2017

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    Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Amitesh Kumar said the police checked at least 9800 vehicles, including cars and motorcycles, between 10 pm on Monday and 6 am on Tuesday.  The JCP said a total of 1114 drivers were booked for over speeding and rash driving. Additionally, 9121 cases were registered against these drivers

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    Police have registered 455 cases of drunk driving during New Year celebrations till January 1 morning and will be sending a proposal to temporarily suspend licenses of the errant drivers

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    However, the traffic police have credited citizens for this December 31 seeing the lowest number of drink driving cases in seven years. Of course, it was coupled with consistent awareness drives by the traffic cops against violations and also surprise checks

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    The police had also deployed its entire strength on the roads to make New Year's Eve safe

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    In a major swoop, the Thane Police arrested two arms dealers in Amravati who were planning to come to Mumbai and sell some locally manufactured pistols

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    A team of Thane Police lay in wait for some suspects at the Hotel Sheetal Lodging and Pancham Restaurant where the transaction was expected to take place

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    The Amboli Police in suburban Mumbai nabbed two drug dealers and seized Ephedrine, a banned drug used for improving performance and weight control, worth over Rs 3 crore from them

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    The 20.3 kg of Ephedrine seized was intended for sale during New Year celebrations, said the police

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    People at the suburban Mumbai local station. The railway stations were crowded more than usual

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People all around Mumbai celebrated the arrival of the new year with joy and festivities. With spectacular fireworks show, people in the city bid goodbye to 2018 and welcomed 2019 with joy and fervor as the clock struck midnight on the last day of the year. We have pictures. All pictures/Sayyed Sameer Abedi

 

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