Intelligence reports have warned of possible terror attacks during the Ganpati Celebration in Mumbai, the government has tightened the round-the-clock vigil along all coastal routes coming to the city.
Mumbai police today claimed to have foiled a deadly gang war, with the arrest of two suspected aides of Chhota Shakeel's gang, who allegedly conspired to gun down two key lieutenants of a rival group headed by Chhota Rajan in the sessions court premises in Mumbai.
Mumbai police on Wednesday got the all-women beat marshal squads, a first-of-its-kind initiative in the country wherein armed female police personnel will patrol the city streets on bikes, specifically to tackle crime against women.
The Mumbai police is toying with the idea of stationing college students at police station helpdesks to help women, children and senior citizen complainants, a senior police official said here on Monday.
The Shiv Sena Monday defended the controversial editorial in its mouthpiece `Saamana` about rape accused IPS officer Sunil Paraskar, saying the party was being defamed without understanding its stance on the issue.
Observing that Maharashtra accounts for a large number of custodial deaths and that most of the victims belonged to the minority community, the Bombay High Court has said that it would take stern measures to curb such atrocities.
Mumbai Police, in association with Regional Passport Office, are devising a new simpler process whereby police verification report, a pre-requisite for passport, will be prepared and issued within ten days.
A 65-year-old woman passenger was allegedly strip searched by two women ticket checkers after she erroneously entered the first class compartment of a suburban local while carrying a second class ticket, following which the TCs have been suspended.
Senior IPS officer Sunil Paraskar, who has been accused of rape by a city-based model, Friday filed an anticipatory bail application before the sessions court here which granted him interim protection from arrest till July 31.
An FIR has been registered against Shiv Sena MLA Prakash Bala Sawant for allegedly threatening to "strip and thrash" a woman following an argument over a fight with regards to the redevelopment of a housing society in suburban Bandra, police said Wednesday.
Preity Zinta, who has filed a molestation case against her ex-boyfriend and industrialist Ness Wadia, Monday met Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria and sought permission to fly abroad, which was immediately granted.