Top News Today Sep 10: Political turmoil has started again in West Bengal. The latest news is that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will file nomination for the by-election to Bhawanipur assembly seat today. Mamta will file this nomination at 12 o’clock in the day. It is necessary for Mamata to win this election to remain in the assembly and retain her chair as CM. The Election Commission has announced that the by-election to the Bhawanipur assembly seat of West Bengal will be held on September 30.
The second phase of the Malabar exercise in the Bay of Bengal from October 11 to 14
New Delhi: The second phase of the Malabar exercise will be conducted in the Bay of Bengal from October 11 to 14. The navies of all the four quad countries India, America, Australia and Japan will participate in it. The first leg of this major exercise was conducted off the coast of Guam in the western Pacific Ocean. The Indian Navy has not yet commented on this.
Film financier Yusuf Lakdawala dies in jail
Mumbai: Builder and film financier Yusuf Lakdawala passed away at Arthur Road Jail in Central Mumbai. He was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in May in a money laundering case that emerged out of a land deal. Lakdawala, currently in judicial custody, was brought dead at JJ Hospital. He was suffering from cancer. The ED had last month opposed the bail sought on health grounds.
In Andhra Pradesh, the way of the couple was robbed, the woman was gang-raped
Guntur: Near Medikonduru bypass in Guntur district, some people stopped and robbed the husband and wife returning on a motor bike after participating in the marriage ceremony. After beating her husband, the woman was gang-raped. After the incident that took place at 9:30 on Wednesday night, both reached Sattenapalli police station from where they were sent to Medikonduru police station. The case was registered at midnight. Both are undergoing treatment at the Guntur Government Hospital. The police is being criticized in the state over the incident.
Pawar met Uddhav and handed over the check for the CM Relief Fund
Mumbai: NCP President Sharad Pawar met Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray at his official residence “Varsha”. During the meeting that lasted for about an hour, Pawar handed over a check of Rs 2.36 lakh on behalf of Ryotish Educational Institute to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Order to send Gadchiroli IED blast accused from jail to hospital
MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has asked the Maharashtra government to shift Naxalite Nirmala Uppuganti from jail to a hospital for treatment of terminal cancer. The woman Naxalite is an accused in the Gadchiroli IED blast case of 2019. Justice SS Shinde and Justice NJ Jamdar directed the state jail authorities to shift them from the Byculla Women’s Jail to the hospital by September 15.
Mumbai Congress urged to open cinema halls etc.
Mumbai: The Mumbai unit of Congress has demanded the opening of cinema halls, multiplexes, auditoriums in view of the financial loss due to the closure. Along with this, the party has also urged the state government to open the swimming pool so that professional swimmers can practice for the tournament.
Actor Ravi Teja appears before ED in drugs case
HYDERABAD: Telugu film actor Ravi Teja appears before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) as part of the ongoing money laundering probe related to a drug racket caught in 2017 in Hyderabad. ED has summoned 10 Tollywood celebrities including Teja and other actors and directors.
Woman police constable arrested for killing colleague
Mumbai: A woman constable and two others have been arrested for the murder of 54-year-old police hero Shivaji M Sanap. Last month, a policeman was killed in a hit and run incident in Panvel, Navi Mumbai. On the night of August 15, a Nano car rammed the policeman near the Panvel railway station. His wife had suspected a conspiracy.
Two arrested with ambergris worth more than five crores in Mumbai
Mumbai: The Crime Branch of Mumbai Police has arrested two persons from Bhandup along with Ambergis or whale vomit worth Rs 5.91 crore. On a tip-off, the officers of Unit-7 of Crime Branch laid a trap and arrested Surendra Chhoto and Yogesh Chavan. Both had come to sell ambergris on the Eastern Express Highway on Wednesday evening. The sale of ambergris used to make perfume is prohibited by law. The sperm whale species, which has reached the brink of extinction, is protected under the Wildlife Protection Act.