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3-member panel set up to probe wall collapse, 3 arrested

The Times of India 22 Apr 2024 4:09 am

Guard held for wifes murder

The Times of India 22 Apr 2024 4:04 am

How oral drugs are helping doctors treat & manage cancer

The Times of India 22 Apr 2024 4:02 am

News18 Evening PM Modi's Dig At Sonia For Taking RS Route To Parl; Delhi HC to Hear Kejriwal's Plea Against ED Summons & Other Stories

We are also covering: KKR vs RCB LIVE, Today's IPL Match Latest: Shreyas Iyer, Phil Salt Propel Kolkata Knight Riders to 222/6; Indigo Set to Start Delhi-Gurgaon Air Taxi Service Soon, Here's What We Know So Far among other top stories

News18 21 Apr 2024 6:09 pm

Crematorium wall collapses, 2 minors walking by and 3 smoking hookah die

Gurgaon crematorium wall collapse kills three due to poor construction. Negligence probed. Victims include Manoj Gaba, Devidayal alias Pappu, Krishna Kumar alias Baba DJ, Khushboo, and Tanya. Earthmover used in rescue effort.

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 8:03 am

Cloudy skies and winds keep temp in check

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 4:06 am

Shots fired as ex-councillors family and neighbours clash

The Times of India 21 Apr 2024 4:04 am

Gurgaon Crematorium Wall Collapse Claims Four Lives

Haryana: Four people died including a young girl after a wall of a crematorium in Gurgaon collapsed on them Saturday. As per the police report, the incident occurred on a Saturday evening near the Arjun Nagar police post. Four men were seated close to the wall, while two children were walking by when the wall [] The post Gurgaon Crematorium Wall Collapse Claims Four Lives appeared first on Pragativadi | Odisha News, Breaking News Odisha, Latest Odisha News .

Pragativadi 21 Apr 2024 12:22 am

Indigo plans Delhi-Gurgaon Air Taxi service by 2026

InterGlobe Enterprises, the parent company of Indigo, is collaborating with US-based Archer Aviation to launch an all-electric air taxi service in India by 2026. Indigo will operate the air taxis between Connaught Place in Delhi and Gurgaon in Haryana. The flight time is expected to be just 7 minutes and could cost around Rs 2,000-3,000. By road, it takes about 90 minutes to cover the 27 km distance and would cost about Rs 1500. Archer Aviation will supply 200 electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft at a cost of US$ 1 billion. These can carry up to 4 passengers besides the pilot. The aircraft is powered by six battery packs, which can be charged in 30-40 minutes. The FAA certification process for Archer's 5-seater Midnight eVTOL aircraft is currently in an advanced stage. It is expected to receive its certification next year, following which, the company will initiate the process for certification by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). In addition to Delhi, Indigo and Archer Aviation also plan to launch their air taxi services in Mumbai and Bangalore. Source: NDTV

Team-BHP 20 Apr 2024 6:34 pm

Air taxis: Fly from Delhi to Gurgaon in 7 minutes

NEW DELHI: Get ready to travel from Central Delhi (Connaught Place) to Gurugram (Gurgaon) in Haryana in just 7 minutes as InterGlobe Enterprises, the promoter group of IndiGo, and US-based Archer Aviation plans to launch an all-electric air taxi service in 2026. The electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft will be able to carry four passengers and a pilot. The cost could be Rs 2,000-3,000 per passenger. At present, it takes an hour to cover the 27-km distance from Central Delhi to Gurugram by road, and it could take more time if the traffic conditions are bad. Uber and Ola charge Rs 500-800, while Delhi Metro takes 50 minutes and charges Rs 50 to travel between the two locations. Similar services will be launched in Mumbai and Bengaluru as well. Archer will supply 200 eVTOL aircraft for services in India. The 200 planes will cost around $1 billion. The regulatory nod is expected next year. Archer Aviation Founder and CEO Adam Goldstein said talks are on with the US Federal Aviation Administration and the certification process is at an advanced stage. The US certification is expected next year and the DGCA will then be approached. Smooth and silent These operate like helicopters but with less noise. The plane will have 6 battery packs, which will take about 40 minutes to fully charge. Broadly, one minute charge means one minute flight

The New Indian Express 20 Apr 2024 7:39 am

Min temp crosses 25C, city records seasons hottest night

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 4:07 am

2 intercept woman, flee with 4L jewellery

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 4:05 am

3 assault 28-yr-old outside bar, booked

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 4:05 am

Day after HSPCB serves notice, MCG steps up waste pickup

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 4:04 am

Encroachments in greenbelts? email GMDA on dedicated ID

The Times of India 20 Apr 2024 4:03 am

Why Multinational Companies Choose Coworking Spaces in Gurgaon

Coworking spaces have transformed from a niche offering to a global phenomenon, attracting freelancers, startups, medium-sized enterprises and multinational companies (MNCs). With its booming economy and modern infrastructure, Gurgaon is a prime location for innovative office spaces, such as Gurgaon coworking spaces! This blog explores why MNCs are increasingly drawn to coworking or shared office [] The post Why Multinational Companies Choose Coworking Spaces in Gurgaon appeared first on Pragativadi | Odisha News, Breaking News Odisha, Latest Odisha News .

Pragativadi 19 Apr 2024 5:17 pm

Test drove the Honda Amaze CVT in Gurgaon: 3 Pros & 3 Cons

BHPian aayusht recently shared this with other enthusiasts. Test Drive experience of Honda Amaze CVT petrol On Sunday, 14th April, I finally test-drove the Honda Amaze CVT. Sharing a summary of my experience of the car and the showroom experience with Frontier Honda Sohna Road Gurgaon: Experience with the showroom: 5/5 Experience with the car: 3.5/5 Pros:Fairly decently priced for what it offers (at least the SX variant); personally, I do not care for fancy features, but most of the useful ones are there in the SX variantDecent quality of interior plastics (in most places), decent quality of the headlamp & indicator switch, and good ergonomics overall. Nice clear large dials and a simple easy to read instrument clusterFolks at the Frontier Honda, and Sohna Road were pretty helpful. The test drive vehicle was a new car, spotless, barely driven 30km to date - felt good to drive such a test drive car. Never had such an experience. Accommodative with my request to drive the car on open roads to test out the pickup and check the CVT's rubberband effect, rough roads to test out the suspension.Cons:The CVT's rubber band effect: I was struggling to see good pickup. The RPM shot up but the speedometer took its own sweet time to catch up; I could feel that the car was struggling to speed up, but the transmission was not letting itThough a small factor - Honda is still using plastic gear sticks, unlike some of the other companies offering leather/leatherite wrap. A few other sections of the lower dashboard had plastics that were not up to the mark and not similar to the plastics used on the higher sections. This does not give a premium feel, though I don't think Honda is positioning Amaze as a premium carSadly, Amaze (along with Dzire, and Aura) have gained the taxi image (though not a reason I would drop the Amaze)I forgot how the Jazz CVT with my in-laws drove, hence needed to drive the Amaze. I am not sure if I will actually buy the car. I still need to test-drive a few more cars. If I do not buy this car in my ongoing search for a small auto car, the primary reason will be the rubber band effect of the CVT. For someone looking at sedate driving and ok with the rubber band effect, this is not a bad option. Check out BHPian comments for more insights and information.

Team-BHP 19 Apr 2024 4:02 pm

Gurgaon Open 2024: M Dharma fires 67 for two-shot lead on penultimate day

Gurgaon Open 2024: M Dharma fires 67 for two-shot lead on penultimate day Bengaluru's M Dharma fired a third round of five-under 67 to establish a two-shot lead at a total of 14 under 202 at the Classic Golf and Country Club in Nuh, Haryana. Sachin Baisoya of Delhi ended the penultimate day in second place at 12-under 204 after he carded a 66. In relatively calmer conditions on Thursday, when the wind didn't play as big a role as it did on Wednesday, Saarthak Chhibber, another Delhi-based professional, returned the day's best score of 64 to climb 15 spots to tied third at 11-under 205. Besides Saarthak, the three other players in joint third were Bangladesh's Md Akbar Hossain (66), Jaipur-based Prakhar Asawa (67) and Mukesh Kumar (67) of Mhow. M Dharma (66-69-67), placed second and trailing the lead by two strokes at the halfway stage, moved up one spot on day three courtesy a 67 that featured seven birdies and two bogeys. The 38-year-old Dharma, a winner of two titles whose last win came in 2017, had a shaky start on Thursday when he bogeyed the second. But he came back strong by picking up four birdies on the front-nine as he used his wedges to great effect by landing it within three feet on two occasions. Dharma began the back-nine with a bogey too as he dropped a stroke on the 11th. However, he fought back once again by sinking three birdies between the 12th and the 17th which included his second outstanding approach shot of the day from 120 yards that stopped inches from the hole. Dharma said, Importantly, I managed to make comebacks every time I dropped a bogey today. The highlight of my round were the two approach shots from 120 yards out on the seventh and 12th that I landed within inches of the flag to make birdies. I struck the ball really well and chipped well too. I feel the birdie on the 17th coming as a result of a terrific tee shot really lifted my confidence going into the last round. I'll look to do the basics right; just focus on my game and not think too far ahead in order to perform well in the final round, he added. Sachin Baisoya's (69-69-66) unblemished card of 66 saw him rise four positions to second place. Besides his six birdies, Sachin, a two-time winner on the PGTI, sank two 40-feet par putts on the 16th and 17th to stay within striking range of the lead. Saarthak Chhibber (71-70-64) made a big move on day three thanks to his flawless 64. Saarthak made five birdie conversions from a range of 10 to 15 feet and also made three crucial par-saves on the first, seventh and 10th. Halfway leader Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal signed for a 73 and as a result slipped to tied seventh place at 10-under 206. Round 3 Leaderboard: 202: M Dharma (66-69-67) 204: Sachin Baisoya (69-69-66) 205: Saarthak Chhibber (71-70-64); Md Akbar Hossain (69-70-66); Prakhar Asawa (69-69-67); Mukesh Kumar (70-68-67).(ANI)

devdiscourse 19 Apr 2024 3:09 pm

Owning my dream garage: G 310 GS to Gypsy & 2 other SUVs in between

BHPian Akash_1806 recently shared this with other enthusiasts. Hello everyone, It has been quite some time since this thread was last updated. Work and responsibilities at home have kept me busy. In my previous post, I admitted that I was too lazy to write an ownership review of all the vehicles at home. Hence, I will be posting timely updates here on this thread. Also, the TBHP sticker set arrived and was applied to the rides.Starting with the two-wheeled madness - BMW G 310 GS The baby GS has clocked around 4000 kms, slightly less than my intended mileage. Delhi winters and a busy schedule are to blame for that. I went on a few short rides to Jewar and Leopard Trail, Gurgaon, in between. The brake lever broke again while the bike was parked in Sector 18, Noida. I have ordered a replacement, which will be installed in a week or two. Impressions after almost a year of riding:One of the best motorcycles in the segment, whether in looks, drivetrain, build quality, or simply in its ability to bring a smile to my face every time I pick up the keys.The gear shifting has improved significantly. As the 310 has a reverse inclined engine, shifting can be a little hard. However, adjusting the chain tension has helped.Ride quality is amazing, handling potholes and bumps effortlessly.No vibrations, no rattles, no drama. It rides like a charm.Moving on to the family's daily runners, Ford 1.0 Ecosport This one recently crossed the 80,000 km mark and will soon undergo servicing. NCR traffic has taken a toll on the clutch, which needs to be checked as it has become a little stiff. Additionally, the front suspension is due for replacement. Recent experiences with Ford have not been great. The vehicle was taken to Gautam Buddh Ford for suspension replacement twice but was returned without any work being done. They started with excuses, blaming lateness for appointments, claiming the vehicle needed extensive work, and suggesting leaving it at the dealership for a few days, etc. I believe it is time to switch dealerships as I intend to keep this vehicle for the long term. Quick question - When should the timing belt be replaced in the 1.0 Ecosport? The manual states it is fitted for life, but I consider it more of a gimmick. Any suggestions would be helpful.Next, my trusted steed - Maruti Jimny Zeta AT Well, this one has been my go-to car due to its automatic transmission, which is extremely convenient for city driving. It has completed 9000 km and will soon undergo the third free service/first oil change. I have made a few cosmetic changes like adding Jimny Graphics from Nexa and a sticker set from our group, 'Cars of Hindustan - Driving for a Cause.' on both the front doors. Off-road drives with the Jimny have been nothing but fun. Compared to the Gypsy, it can tackle similar terrain but with more comfort. Observations after almost 7 months:The K15B engine does not feel underpowered in my usage. The gearbox always seems to be in the right gear and does not hesitate to downshift when needed.Performance with stock tyres has been more than satisfactory, both on and off-road. However, I am struggling to find the right tyre pressure. 26 PSI seems too low, and anything higher increases bouncing at the rear. Still experimenting.No matter what the world thinks about this car, it turns heads. People look at it, stare at it, and even slow down on the road. I have started to enjoy these reactions.Raw power? Yup, the King - Maruti Gypsy 1.3 MPFI She saw the least usage in the past few months due to a lack of time and my inability to attend meets and events. Tried attaching a video of her cold start after almost 2 months of hibernation, but got some error. There were a few issues in the past few months:The starter relay malfunctioned, replaced.Starter wiring was also replaced.The clutch cable was replaced twice. Once when it snapped in the middle of a drive and the second time when the previous replacement was not done properly.The wiring for the tachometer needs to be checked as it is not working.Needs to be detailed; the paint has become quite rough and uneven (it is time for some TLC which has been pending for too long).These are the updates and observations about my 'dream garage,' as I prefer to call it. I will be updating this thread regularly, provided I overcome my laziness and get back to what I love most, anything and everything on wheels. Check out BHPian comments for more insights and information.

Team-BHP 19 Apr 2024 10:33 am

Will fill 87 vacancies in 3 months: HSPCB to NGT

The Times of India 19 Apr 2024 4:11 am

In 10 days, Bandhwari landfill sees 3 fires

The Times of India 19 Apr 2024 4:10 am

Fraudsters offer bizman high returns, cheat him of 3 crore

The Times of India 19 Apr 2024 4:09 am

Govt set to shut MIS of unrecognised pvt schools

The Times of India 19 Apr 2024 4:07 am

Garbage burning goes unchecked, HSPCB serves notice to MCG

The Times of India 19 Apr 2024 4:07 am

Gurgaon Open 2024: Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal emerges halfway leader after second round of 67

Gurgaon Open 2024: Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal emerges halfway leader after second round of 67 Chandigarh's Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal followed up his first round of 66 with another top-notch effort of five-under 67 in round two to emerge as halfway leader at 11-under 133 at the Gurgaon Open 2024 being played at the Classic Golf and Country Club in Nuh, Haryana. Bengaluru golfer M Dharma's 69 placed him second at nine-under 135. On a day the wind played havoc by constantly switching directions, Gurugram-based Sunhit Bishnoi produced the joint lowest round of 66 to move into third place at eight-under 136. Arjun Prasad of Delhi also shot a 66 to be placed a further stroke behind in tied fourth at seven-under 137 along with Tapy Ghai (68) of Gurugram. The halfway cut went at even-par 144. Fifty-six professionals made the cut. Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal (66-67), overnight tied third and three off the lead, produced some great approach shots to set up short birdie conversions on three of the first four holes. With the switching winds creating problems in club selection for most of the field including the 48-year-old Rajiv, bogeys followed for him on the sixth and eighth. Jatiwal, winner of one professional title in his rookie season on the Indian circuit back in 1998, then rallied with another splendid approach shot from 215 yards on the par-5 ninth that led to a tap-in for eagle. Rajiv birdied the next hole before going through another slump with bogeys on the 11th and 12th. Jatiwal had a final flourish in store as he struck his irons and wedges to perfection to pick up three more birdies on the 14th, 15th and 16th. Rajiv, who has been struggling this season with just one cut made from five previous appearances, said, While I putted really well in round one, today it was all about my approach shots. The eagle on the ninth was the highlight for me today. Importantly, I made good comebacks twice after suffering bogeys. I'll look to play my natural game from here on and repeat what I've been doing so far. Keeping my focus going will also be important. My game has been quite inconsistent so far this season as I've missed cuts by one or two shots. I'm now looking at this week as a good opportunity to turn things around. M Dharma (66-69) moved up one spot from his overnight tied third as a result of his 69 that featured four birdies and a bogey. Dharma's round included some exceptional bunker shots and chips and saw him land it within two feet of the pin on three occasions. Sunhit Bishnoi shot 66 to rise 21 spots to third place while Arjun Prasad also posted the same number to climb 36 places to tie for fourth. Round 2 Leaderboard: 133: Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal (66-67) 135: M Dharma (66-69) 136: Sunhit Bishnoi (70-66) 137: Tapy Ghai (69-68); Arjun Prasad (71-66). (ANI)

devdiscourse 18 Apr 2024 1:05 pm

Govt schools too ferry children in pvt cars, e-ricks

The Times of India 18 Apr 2024 4:17 am

Man robbed of car and 50k at gunpoint, two held from Delhi

The Times of India 18 Apr 2024 4:08 am

Haryanvi rapper to politician: Fazilpuria is JJPs candidate

The Times of India 18 Apr 2024 4:07 am

Nvidia, McKinsey prop up NCR office demand amid Q4 woes

US technology firm Nvidia Corporation secured 73,000 square feet space at The Headquarters 27 in Gurgaon, developed by Bharti Realty, while leading consulting firm McKinsey & Company leased about 70,000 sq ft space at DLF downtown in Gurgaon.

The Economic Times 17 Apr 2024 11:46 pm

Gurgaon: BA student dies as car hits divider, flips & falls 20ft from NH-8 flyover

Rishabh's fatal crash on an NH-8 flyover in Gurgaon with friends Kamal and Naman resulted in his death. The impact of high-speed driving led to the accident, where Rishabh's blood alcohol levels are being investigated.

The Times of India 17 Apr 2024 7:33 am

4.1cr trees outside forests in Haryana

The Times of India 17 Apr 2024 4:26 am

Fire breaks out at school, short circuit suspected

The Times of India 17 Apr 2024 4:26 am

City girl bags UPSC AIR 5 in her last attempt

The Times of India 17 Apr 2024 4:23 am

GMDA to ramp up plants efficiency to meet water demand

The Times of India 17 Apr 2024 4:13 am

YouTuber booked over social media remarks on Inderjit

The Times of India 17 Apr 2024 4:08 am

Gurgaon Open 2024: Mani Ram dominates round one with a scorching nine-under 63

Gurgaon Open 2024: Mani Ram dominates round one with a scorching nine-under 63 Karnal's Mani Ram dominated round one with a scorching nine-under 63 to lead by two shots at the Gurgaon Open 2024 being played at the Classic Golf & Country Club in Nuh, Haryana. Bengaluru-based C Muniyappa fired a seven-under 65 to be placed second on a windy day that saw the sun and the clouds play hide and seek. M Dharma, another Bengaluru golfer and Chandigarh's Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal were a further shot back in tied third place. Mani Ram, currently 13th on the PGTI Ranking with a runner-up finish to his credit this season, started his birdie run on the third hole, followed by a long conversion on the fourth and an accurate approach that led to a tap-in on the sixth. The 42-year-old, a three-time winner on the PGTI Feeder Tour, then rose further on the leaderboard with three more birdies on the eighth, ninth and 10th. Mani Ram's lone bogey on the 11th was an aberration, as he came roaring back with a chip-in for birdie on the 13th and eagle and birdie on the next two holes, where he left himself putts within five feet. Mani Ram saved par on the 16th with a 30-feet conversion. However, he missed out on a birdie from five feet on the 18th that could've seen him equal the 2009 course record of 62 jointly held by Thailand's Chapchai Nirat and India's Anirban Lahiri. Mani Ram said, I couldn't have asked for a better opening round. It's my career-best score. My confidence has been sky-high this season due to my good hitting form. The putting has been a bit up and down, but today even my putter was hot. It was after my third birdie of the day on the sixth that I felt I could go really low today. The rest of the day then went as per my plan and that helped me get to 63. I've been feeling good about my game this year and that is evident from my two top-10 finishes. The fact that I missed the cut in the last two events didn't worry me too much because I knew my game had been trending well. C Muniyappa's 65 was an error-free round as he made five birdies on the back nine and followed that up with two more on the front nine. Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal and M Dharma produced rounds of 66 which were also bogey-free efforts. Round 1 Leaderboard: 63: Mani Ram 65: C Muniyappa 66: Rajiv Kumar Jatiwal; M Dharma. (ANI)

devdiscourse 16 Apr 2024 8:02 pm

Gurgaon RERA penalises Vatika for violation of builder buyer agreement

The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) court in Gurugram has penalized Vatika Limited for violating the builder buyer agreement. The court imposed a penalty of Rs 1,00,000 for each complaint and directed the promoter to execute the buyer's agreement within 30 days. The court also imposed a penalty of Rs 25000 for each complainant to pay within 30 days.

The Economic Times 16 Apr 2024 7:28 pm

Foreign med students fit for internship 4 times the number of seats: DMC

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Medical Council has highlighted a significant shortage of internship opportunities for Foreign Medical Graduates in the citys medical colleges. The council said that the number of eligible candidates from the city is four times the available seats in the colleges and expressed its inability to accommodate them all. More than 1,000 students are desirous of starting internships in Delhi, but we have only called for applications from individuals with domicile in Delhi, which amounts to 230. However, there are only 60 seats available currently for internship training. Given the disparity between the number of seats and the number of applications received, we will not be able to provide internships even to FMGs from Delhi, said Dr. Girish Tyagi, Secretary, DMC. The council has urged the Centre to allow such FMGs to do internships at non-teaching hospitals like Gangaram, to save their academic year. To accommodate the large number of applicants for internship, we request that they be allowed to undergo internship training in non-teaching institutes so that their academic interests are not jeopardized, a letter written to the National Medical Commission by the council read. Tyagi said the Centre should come up with a long-term solution by increasing the number of seats for FMGs in medical colleges. Every state medical council prefers FMGs from their respective states. We received over a thousand applications, but we only considered candidates from Delhi, not even from Noida and Gurgaon. Still, we could not accommodate them all. They will either have to seek internships in other states or wait for the next exam, he added.

The New Indian Express 16 Apr 2024 7:45 am

Vishal Kalu, who killed Gurgaon bookie in Feb, linked to Salman Khan house attack

Vishal Kalu, linked to multiple shootings, is hunted by various agencies. His criminal past includes minor offences escalating to murder. The manhunt spans multiple states, involving Mumbai's crime branch and Delhi Police's special cell.

The Times of India 16 Apr 2024 5:17 am

3 kidnap man and rob him of 50k; arrested

The Times of India 16 Apr 2024 4:15 am

RWAs want police to ramp up patrolling in new sectors

The Times of India 16 Apr 2024 4:09 am

Cong finding it difficult to name candidates: Khattar

The Times of India 16 Apr 2024 4:08 am

Salman Khan House Firing Case: Who is Rahul Vishal alias Kalu who fired shot at Salman Khan's residence

One of the suspects allegedly involved in shooting outside actor Salman Khans residence in Mumbai was identified as shooter Rahul Vishal alias Kalu. Who is shooterKalu? Rahul Vishal allegedly works for gangster Rohit Godara, a gangster from Rajasthan who runs the Bishnois Gang in Rajasthan. On March 2, Vishal along with his two associates, reportedly killed a Gurgaon-based bookie Sachin in Rohtak. After the incident, Godara took responsibility for the murder. A school dropout, Vishal is a native of Mahavir Pura in Gurgaon. After leaving school, he started working as a labourer and also became friends with some local criminals, an official said, citing the criminal dossier of Vishal. On November 9, 2020, he allegedly stole a motorbike from Gurgaon, but he was caught by the patrolling staff of Delhi Police in North Delhis Maurice Nagar during vehicle checking. He was arrested and sent to Tihar jail, the official added. As per his criminal dossier, after the first case of theft, three cases of robbery, snatching, and arms were registered against him in 2023 at the Bawana police station. In Tihar jail, he met some of the associates of Godara and decided to join their gang. What's the update in the gunfire case? Meanwhile, CCTV footage of two bike-borne men firing gunshots outside Salman Khans house has surfaced. Gunshots were fired outside the actors Galaxy Apartment in Bandra on Sunday at around 4:55 am. Two individuals came on a motorcycle and fired three shots in the air outside the actors house. VIDEO | Firing incident outside actor Salman Khan's residence in Mumbai caught on CCTV. (Source: Third Party) STORY | FIR registered after firing outside actor Salman Khans home in Mumbai; bike recovered READ: https://t.co/FDWOrtuNxF pic.twitter.com/blCLfnFQTG Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) April 14, 2024 The police also recovered a motorbike suspected to have been used in the attack just over a kilometre from the actor's home. Heavy police force was deployed outside the actors residence, Galaxy Apartment, following the incident. The incident was reported at the Bandra Police Station and an FIR was filed. Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi's brother Anmol Bishnoi has allegedly taken responsibility for the firing outside Bollywood actor Salman Khan's residence in Bandra on Sunday. A purported social media post by Anmol - who is also accused in the murder of Punjabi singer-turned-politician Sidhu Moosewala - called the firing only a trailer while issuing a warning to the actor.

Web Dunia 15 Apr 2024 11:24 am

Nepalese Billionaire Who Made His Fortune Making Wai Wai Noodles Aims To List India Unit By 2026

The instant noodle brand from the Gurgaon-based firm rivals market leader Maggi from Nestle Ltd. and ITC Ltd.s Yippee.

Bloomberg Quint 15 Apr 2024 7:20 am

Banker riding a bike dies in hit-&-run near NH-8

The Times of India 15 Apr 2024 4:12 am

Rain brings down temp, hailstorm likely today

The Times of India 15 Apr 2024 4:11 am

Govt slams brakes on plans to send workers to Israel

The Times of India 15 Apr 2024 4:11 am