If you are looking for a bookstore that rents novels at cheaper prices and offers a library membership that allows you to take home unlimited books, look no further. This bookstore in Goregaon offers lucrative deals to encourage reading
On Friday morning, many Western Line stations experienced a significant crowd on the platform due to a week-long mega block. Since October 27, the Western Railway (WR) has canceled over 2,500 local train services in Mumbai, and this will continue until November 5. See pics (Pics/PTI)
Shiv Sena leader and former Maharashtra minister Aditya Thackeray and Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam on Friday visited Trauma Hospital to inquire about the health of those injured in Goregaon building fire. Pic/ Anurag Ahire
A massive fire razed through a seven-storey residential building in Goregaon on Friday. At least seven people were killed while another 51 were injured in the mishap. The fire, which broke out in the wee hours of Friday morning, quickly spread through the multi-story building, trapping residents within. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday expressed condolences to the families of the deceased and those injured in the devastating Goregaon fire incident and declared that an ex-gratia payment of Rs 2 lakh from the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) would be provided to the next of kin of each deceased victim. Additionally, Rs. 50,000 will be offered to those injured in the mishap to aid in their recovery process.
If the idea of visiting a typical desi mela in the heart of Mumbai excites you, it’s time to head to the Dindoshi festival in Goregaon. This local fair is currently a hotspot for fun with varied ride options, quirky shopping, games and lip-smacking desi food. You can even try out the popular fire paan and smoke biscuits here. This desi local mela experience took us down memory lane when these melas were the heart of entertainment in the city much before the malls and adventure parks made an entry. This festival will only last till 7th May, so hurry up and head here now.
The construction of the Metro 3 car depot at Aarey will begin soon, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde announced on Thursday, confirming that the government has given the official nod to resume the work. Meanwhile, his deputy, Devendra Fadnavis, dismissed former environment minister Aaditya Thackeray’s allegations that Mithi river would flood because of the car shed.
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