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Italian Banker Allegedly Raped By Tour Guide In A Car In Mumbai

Italian Banker Allegedly Raped By Tour Guide In A Car In Mumbai

Italian Banker Allegedly Raped By Tour Guide In A Car In Mumbai

Italian Banker : An Italian financier on a visit to Mumbai was purportedly assaulted by a visit direct in an auto by promising to demonstrate her the city and the cottage of a Bollywood whiz

Italian Banker Allegedly Raped By Tour Guide In A Car In Mumbai
The Italian woman told police that the accused raped her in a cab after drinking alcohol

MUMBAI: A 37-year-old broker from Italy has blamed a visit control for assaulting her in a taxi in Mumbai’s Juhu on June 14, a senior cop said on Sunday. The police said the assault survivor in her grievance documented on Friday specified that she had taken a transport for a touring voyage through the city on June 14 when she met the denounced.

“She met the charged amid the transport visit on June 14. He presented himself as a visit direct and the lady enlisted him,” a cop said.

After the transport visit finished at 7pm in Juhu that day, the blamed offered to demonstrate the lady the cabin of on-screen character Amitabh Bachchan, which was in the territory, the police said.

“He at that point guaranteed to drop her to the lodging in Colaba where she was remaining. A taxi was reserved by the denounced and the complainant has revealed to us that he ceased the vehicle adjacent to purchase alcohol,” the cop said.

“She has said that the denounced constrained her to expend liquor and furthermore contacted her improperly. He at that point assaulted her in the auto,” the cop told news organization Press Trust of India.

The police said the lady moved toward the Italian government office, which requesting that her record a case with the Mumbai police. The lady gave her announcement to Colaba police headquarters, which later exchanged the case to Juhu police headquarters.

“An assault case has been recorded and police groups are hunting down the blamed. Examination is on,” said a cop in Juhu.

The lady came to India in December a year ago.

India is the world’s most risky nation for ladies because of the high danger of sexual brutality and being constrained into slave work, as per a survey of worldwide specialists discharged recently. War-torn Afghanistan and Syria positioned second and third in the Thomson Reuters Foundation study of around 550 specialists on ladies’ issues, trailed by Somalia and Saudi Arabia.

The main western country in the best 10 was the United States, which positioned joint third when respondents were asked where ladies were most in danger of sexual brutality, badgering and being forced into sex.

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(This Story Originating From NDTV)

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Mumbai Ghatkopar Plane Crash: King Air C90 Charter Aircraft Crashed

Mumbai Ghatkopar Plane Crash: King Air C90 Charter Aircraft Crashed

Mumbai Ghatkopar Plane Crash: King Air C90 Charter Aircraft Crashed

The aircraft was less than three km away from Mumbai airport main runway 27 when it crashed. At least five people have died.

Five people died after a King Air C90 charter aircraft crashed in Ghatkopar, the congested central suburbs of Mumbai, on Thursday afternoon.
All occupants on board, which included two pilots — Capt P S Rajput and Capt Maria — and two aircraft maintenance engineers along with one person on ground are dead.

The name of five people killed in the crash are Captain Pradeep Rajput, Captain Mariya, Surbhi ( Engineer), Manish (Technician) and an unknown person. The three injured people are Lovekush Kumar, Naresh Kumar Nisad and Prashant Mahakal, All the injured are reported to be unstable.

The 12-seater aircraft (VT-UPZ), which took off from Juhu airport crashed in the compound wall of an under-construction building called Jagruti around 1.10pm, said a source. The fire from the burning wreckage was brought under control by 1.40 pm, said a fire brigade personnel.


The chartered aircraft that crashed in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar is a Beechcraft King Air C90 model. The twin-turboprop aircraft was earlier registered to the Uttar Pradesh government but was sold in 2014 to a Mumbai-based company, UY aviation. The aircraft has a capacity of carrying seven and is powered by a Pratt & Whitney engine that boasts of a horsepower of 550 shp, The Indian Express said.

“The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau will conduct a detailed probe into the crash. A DGCA team is already on its way to the spot,” Director General of Civil Aviation B S Bhullar told PTI. Police, fire brigade and disaster management teams have been rushed to the spot, Akhilesh Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone-7) told PTI. Four fire engines have reached the spot, a BMC official said.

The aircraft belonged to Mumbai-based company, U Y Aviation Pvt Ltd and is owned by gutkha baron Dipak Kothari,” said an aviation source. “It’s an old aircraft which earlier belonged to the UP government and was purchased by this company two years ago,” the source added.

The aircraft was less than three km from Mumbai airport main runway 27 when it crashed.
Main runway 09/27 of the Mumbai airport has been closed and flight operations moved to the secondary runway. The crash site falls in the approach path of main runway. Smoke from the wreckage would have led the air traffic control to move flights to the secondary runway.

The Mumbai Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) team visited the spot for preliminary investigation. Detailed investigation will be carried out by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau.
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis visited the site of the crash and took stock of the situation.

“It is a worrying incident. What were the reasons behind the crash and who is responsible for it needs to be found out,” Fadnavis said.

A fire brigade official said, “Our control room got a call at 1.15 pm informing a plane crash. Our jawans were immediately rushed to the site to launch the rescue operation. Four fire engines and as many water tankers were rushed to douse the fire that occurred after the plane crashed.” Meanwhile, Suresh Prabhu has expressed deep shock over the air crash and directed concerned officials of the ministry to rush to the crash site and extend all possible help and assistance, an official said.


News Source: moneycontrol.com, firstpost.com, timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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Fire On Top Floor Of Mumbai High-Rise, Deepika Padukone Among Residents

Fire On Top Floor Of Mumbai High-Rise, Deepika Padukone Among Residents

Fire On Top Floor Of Mumbai High-Rise, Deepika Padukone Among Residents

Fire On Top Floor Of Mumbai High-Rise : Fire in a multi-story private working in Mumbai.

Fire On Top Floor Of Mumbai High-Rise, Deepika Padukone Among Residents
Fire On Top Floor Of Mumbai High-Rise, Deepika Padukone Among Residents

MUMBAI: A fire has broken out on the best floor of a skyscraper in Mumbai’s Worli region where on-screen character Deepika Padukone lives. Reports propose nobody has been harmed. The Mumbai Police have said its staff and firefighting work force are at the spot. “They are endeavoring to put forth a valiant effort and soak the fire,” the Mumbai Police said on Twitter.

Reports recommend the main two stories of the building are gravely influenced.

Prior in June a fire broke out in the Income Tax office in South Mumbai however no setbacks were accounted for, a Fire Brigade official said.

The burst began on the third floor of the I-T office situated in multi-storeyed Scindia House and endeavors are on to drench it, he said.

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Gigantic Fire Breaks Out In Mumbai’s Fort Area, 2 Firefighters Injured

Gigantic Fire Breaks Out In Mumbai's Fort Area, 2 Firefighters Injured

Gigantic Fire Breaks Out In Mumbai’s Fort Area, 2 Firefighters Injured

Gigantic Fire : A level-4 fire broke out inside Patel Chambers in Mumbai’s Fort area.18 fire tenders present at the spot.

Gigantic Fire Breaks Out In Mumbai's Fort Area, 2 Firefighters Injured
Fire broke out inside Patel Chambers in Mumbai’s Fort area.

MUMBAI: A gigantic fire broke out inside Patel Chambers in Mumbai’s Fort region around 4:30 am today.

Around 16 fire motors were hurried to the spot as level-3 fire wound up level-4. Two firefighters additionally got harmed after piece of the building fallen because of flame.

The tasks to put out flame are in progress and Chief Fire Officer told news organization ANI that the circumstance is under control.

The situation is under control now, says fire officer.
The situation is under control now, says fire officer.

Two firefighters had minor wounds and every other person is sheltered, said the officer.

“We sent 16 fire motors, 11 tankers and 150 fire officers. Circumstance is under control,” he stated, including, “The reason for flame involves examination as building was totally empty,” he included.

This is the second occurrence of significant fire in the Fort territory in most recent 10 days. A gigantic fire broke out at the Income Tax office in South Mumbai’s Scindia House on last Friday. No setbacks were accounted for in the occurrence. Individuals who were caught inside were protected by flame tenders.

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