In an attempt to warn people of the deadly spots, ahead of every accident prone zone, the officials from Vasai and Virar traffic control branch have put up signboards with messages to alert motorists
The Maharashtra Excise Department's Vasai section recently seized a business that made phoney caps for well-known alcoholic beverage brands. The ED apprehended 5 suspects and seized over 2 lakh caps and machinery used to create them during the raid, which was carried out in collaboration with the Palghar unit of the department and valued at Rs 16,57,700.
The crime occurred on May 12 when the victim, Deepak Katukar, allegedly went out to meet his pals but did not return home, according to Kandivli police.
A rickshaw driver and his accomplices allegedly kidnapped a 32-year-old "mentally ill" Vasai resident and beat him to death, after alleging he had stolen their phones. The family of the deceased denied the allegation. Police identified the dead as Pradeep Mejiyatar. His sister, Romila Shah, said that he was "mentally ill since his wife left him about 10 years ago".
A 28-year-old woman whose right hand had to be amputated after a botched up surgery at a private hospital in Vasai has been struggling to register an FIR against the consulting doctor and the facility for months. Saroj Samanto alleged that the hospital is trying to suppress the matter by offering her Rs 25,000. The director of the hospital has denied the allegation.
Sonawane, who was a salesman in a spice manufacturing company, used a fake orthopaedic degree from Baroda Medical College and the Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC) registration number of another doctor