Suspended police officer Sachin Vaze's brother commented on the high-profile case which has gripped the attention of the nation.
Sudharm said that he has full faith in the National Investigation Agency - which is probing the case - and the judiciary.
His comments came on the day that a special court extended Vaze's NIA custody by 4 days.
The cop is accused in the Mukesh Ambani bomb scare case, and under suspicion in the death case of Mansukh Hiran, whose car - filled with explosives - was found parked near the Reliance Industries' chief's Mumbai residence.
Indian business tycoon Mukesh Ambani has replaced China's Jack Ma as the richest Asian in the latest Forbes list of world's billionaires. Incidentally, India has the world's 3rd highest number of billionaires after US and China as per Forbes. However, is that good for India's economy?
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Amit Shah and Mamata Banerjee play blame-game on the Cooch Behar incident. NIA arrests Riyaz Kazi in Antilia Bomb case. CBI calls PAs of Anil Deshmukh for questioning in corruption case. Centre halts export of Remdesivir and its active pharmaceutical ingredients. The Uttar Pradesh government orders closure of all schools amid rising covid infections. Rahul Gandhi slams Centre, says ‘middle class is not satisfied’. All this and more news at 9 PM.
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As the National Investigation Agency's probe into the Mukesh Ambani bomb scare continues, CCTV footage of main accused Sachin Vaze surfaced. The footage, dated March 4 at 7 pm, reportedly showed the suspended police officer going to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus in Mumbai. He was dressed in a shirt and trousers. The following day, i.e. March 5, Mansukh Hiran was found dead in Thane. He was the owner of the car found with explosive near Ambani's house on February 25. Watch the full video for more.
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Equity benchmark indices traded higher during early hours on Friday on the back of favourable global cues amid progress in the distribution of Covid-19 vaccines. At 10:15 am, the BSE S-P Sensex was up by 470 points or 0.97 per cent at 48,910 while the Nifty 50 edged higher by 152 points or 1.06 per cent to 14,477. Except for Nifty pharma, all sectoral indices at the National Stock Exchange were in the green zone with Nifty metal up by 1.6 per cent, realty by 1.6 per cent, auto by 1.4 per cent and FMCG by 1.2 per cent. Among stocks, Bajaj Finserv gained by 3.3 per cent to Rs 9,359.95 per share while Tata Motors accelerated by 2.9 per cent and Bajaj Auto by 2.5 per cent. Hindustan Lever, Tata Steel, HDFC and Hindalco also traded with a positive bias. However, those which lost marginally were ONGC, Reliance Industries, Power Grid Corporation, Dr Reddy's and Cipla. Meanwhile, Asian shares bounced back from a three-month low after a late-day rally on Wall Street. MSCI's ex-Japan Asia index rose by 0.37 per cent after hitting a near three-month low a day earlier. Japan's Nikkei rose by 0.89 per cent.
Weeks after a bomb and a threat letter were found outside 'Antilia', the house of India's richest person Mukesh Ambani, the country's premier anti-terror agency, National Investigation Agency, claims to have cracked the case. NIA sources said that Mumbai cop Sachin Vaze, who has since been suspended, orchestrated the entire incident. So who is Vaze? Why did he allegedly choreograph the delivery of a chilling threat to the chief of Reliance Industries? And finally, what is the political fallout of this entire controversy? Watch the full video to find out.
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Soon after Maharashtra government announced strict restrictions including Section 144 to contain COVID-19 spread from April 14, migrant workers started to return to their hometowns. Sharing their plight, one of the migrants said, "We are heading to our villages since this lockdown was announced. We have faced a lot, if we get stuck this time as well, what will we do? Government does not care about the poor." A huge queue of migrants was seen at Lokmanya Tilak Terminus in Mumbai.
Bollywood divas including Hina Khan, Gauahar Khan, Janhvi Kapoor, Preity Zinta were snapped in film city. Paps also clicked B-town star Kartik Aaryan. On work front, Janhvi Kapoor and Kartik Aaryan are working on their next venture 'Dostana 2'.
A huge crowd of migrant workers gathered at Mumbai’s Lokmanya Tilak Terminus on Tuesday. The workers gathered to leave for their hometown fearing lockdown in Maharashtra. The state has been registering the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the country. India is currently undergoing the second wave of coronavirus. However, Railway official said that this is a normal rush. Also, migrants were seen leaving Gurugram. The migrant workers were taking buses to their native places. Watch the full video for more details.
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A huge crowd was seen at Mumbai's Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) in Kurla on April 13. However, Chief PRO of Central Railway, Shivaji Sutar claimed that the crowd was part of usual rush and appealed everyone to follow social distancing. Shivaji Sutar said, "It's a normal rush, nothing to panic about. Besides regular trains, we're running 106 additional trains. Only passengers with confirmed tickets will be allowed to travel, ticket sale at 6 stations closed to avoid unnecessary rush. We appeal everyone to follow social distancing."
Amid the severe surge of fresh infections, panicked migrant workers in Mumbai continue to return home in large numbers. Migrant workers fear the Maharashtra government may impose stricter lockdowns as the state is struggling to control the daily Covid-19 spike. Lokmanya Tilak Terminus in Kurla continues to look crowded as the migrant workers gather in large numbers to return home. Watch.
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In the latest development in the Mansukh Hiren death case, a self-proclaimed owner has turned up of one of the number plate which was recovered from the Mithi River by the NIA. Vijay Nade claimed that..