CBI approaches Bombay HC & says that Maharashtra govt is not co-operating with CBI team investigating the Anil Deshmukh case despite clear orders from HC. CBI through ASG alleges in the court that instead of co-operating, a Mumbai ACP is threatening CBI officer probing this case pic.twitter.com/vIMFmWfNKa
HAHK was initially released in 29 theatres across India. But film gathered momentum & ran to packed houses in numerous theatres throughout country, especially in Mumbai’s huge Liberty cinema, where it ran to full houses booked in advance for an entire year. 27YRS OF ETERNAL HAHK
@OfficeofUT said that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government hasn’t said no to restarting #Mumbai’s local trains.
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Suresh Raina 53*(33) Match Winning Knock against Mumbai Indians in Eliminator 2014
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I usually avoid speaking about my life as a researcher, but here’s something that may delight you
@DharmaOfVedas created a technology in collaboration with IIT-Bombay. The technology has been used by Mumbai ATS (Anti Terrorism Squad) to identify terror social networks+ pic.twitter.com/Z8NS4vgdJL
Hum Aapke Hain Koun premiered at Liberty Cinema in southern Mumbai on 5 August 1994; it eventually ran there for over 100 weeks. The film initially saw a very limited release, also showing at the Regal and Eros theatres, with only 26 prints total. 27YRS OF ETERNAL HAHK pic.twitter.com/Ggkmf3AI6F
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