Amid increasing cases of COVID-19 in the city, Mumbai Police have joined hands with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to ensure that people follow COVID guidelines like, wearing face masks, maintaining social distancing. Maharashtra is seeing a rise in new COVID-19 infections. For the fourth consecutive day on Saturday, the state reported over 8,000 fresh infections. Maharashtra currently has 68810 active cases.
Hrithik Roshan visited Mumbai Police's Crime Branch office on Saturday to record statement. This is in connection with his 2016 complaint on fake emails in his name to Kangana Ranaut. The actor, who was summoned to appear at 11 am, left his residence in black tee and cap. Hrithik had been asked to visit the Crime Intelligence Unit (CIU) at commissioner's office. Hrithik's complaint alleged that someone was emailing Kangana from a bogus ID in his name. The complaint was followed by a spat between the two Bollywood actors. Hrithik had accused Kangana of harassing him by sending him hundreds of emails. After an initial probe, police concluded that the emails were sent from Kangana's ID. Police had recorded statement of Kangana who denied sending emails to Hrithik. In December last year, Hrithik's lawyer had approached Mumbai police commissioner. The probe was then transferred from Mumbai Police's Cyber Cell to Crime Branch's CIU. Hrithik and Kangana had worked together in Kites (2010) and then Krrish 3 (2013).
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Mumbai Police on February 26 said that they have found a letter from the explosive-laden car that was found parked near the residence of industrialist Mukesh Ambani, but the content of the letter cannot be shared as investigation is underway. Mumbai Police PRO S Chaitanya said, "Some amount of Gelatin was found in the vehicle. The vehicle was seized by the Police. An offence registered under relevant sections of IPC and Explosive Substances Act. A letter was found in the vehicle but as investigation is in preliminary stage, so we can't share contents." The suspicious car was found near Antilia, the residence of Mukesh Ambani, on February 25. Later, the security was beefed up around the area.
Kangana Ranaut has shared the before and after look of her parents Mumbai home, done by her. The actor's brother Aksht will be living in that house with his wife Ritu Sanghwan. Kangana took to Twitter and shared a video after she transformed the house with Ritu's help. Kangana gave the house an all new look with furniture in pastel and floral prints. The place also has a garden-themed balcony with a sitting area overlooking the city skyline. Kangana had first shared pictures of the rather simple-looking place before the makeover. Earlier, Kangana had shared a video to show how she was managing both work and home decor. Kangana has started work on her next, Tejas, in which she plays a Sikh soldier. The actor, meanwhile, has Thalaivi and Dhaakad in post-production stage. Kangana has also announced Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda.
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Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan on February 27 recorded his statement at the office of Crime Branch in Mumbai in connection with the 2016 complaint in fake email ID case involving Kangana Ranaut. He was summoned by Mumbai Police Crime Branch unit to record his statement regarding the case. Hrithik and Kangana also had a brawl on social media in 2016 when the latter termed Roshan as her "silly ex", following which she got a legal notice from him. Later, Hrithik filed a police complaint alleging someone was impersonating him and sent emails to Kangana between 2013 and 2014.
The agreement between India and Pakistan to cease firing along the Line of Control (LoC) has brought happiness among residents of border areas in the Uri sector in JandK's Baramulla as they can now lead their normal lives. "We are very happy that the Commanders from both sides have agreed to observe the ceasefire in a meeting. Cross-border firings cause big problems in the lives of people living along the border. We used to face all kinds of troubles and difficulties. We are thankful to the government for this step. Now, we can live in peace," said Abdul Razzak, a border resident. The residents in the border areas of Nabila village, along the LoC, in Uri sector are hoping for peace after India and Pakistan reiterated commitment for a ceasefire on borders. Another resident of the border area, Farid Khan said, "I am a resident of Nabila. The ceasefire observance decision has brought great relief to all of us living along the border. Our children could not go to school earlier. We had to face difficulties in our daily life. I want to thank both Indian and Pakistani the government for the move." Ceasefire violations, cross-LoC firings and shelling are the biggest hurdle in the lives of people living near border areas of the Uri sector in Baramulla. Firing and shelling only bring pain for civilians living along LoC. Now, they are hoping that their problems will be solved after the ceasefire agreement. The Uri sector witnessed a spurt in ceasefire violations during the last year. More than 12 people, including soldiers, were killed in more than 36 ceasefire violations while hundreds of structures suffered damage. The most deadly ceasefire violation took place on November 13 last year in Kamalkote, when four civilians and two soldiers were killed while a civilian had lost both his legs. The incident caused massive damage to the property as well, forcing locals to flee temporarily from the area. Speaking to ANI, the Sarpanch of Nabila Village, Shahid-ul-Islam said, "Earlier due to mortar shelling, we had to face many problems. Our children also had difficulties going to school. We couldn't even take out our cattle to pastures. First of all I especially want to thank the Indian government for taking the initiative for this great step," he added. Border residents of Nabila Village of Uri thanked prime ministers of both the countries for taking this step. Earlier on February 25, after discussions between the Director Generals of Military Operations of India and Pakistan, the two sides have to cease firing along the LoC and all other sectors with effect from midnight of February 24 to 25.