QMumbai: Maharashtra May Be Moving Towards President’s Rule & More

1. Maharashtra May Be Moving Towards President’s Rule: Experts

Constitutional experts feel Maharashtra is moving towards President’s rule after two parties, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena, have failed to prove their ability to form the next government.

While BJP, which is the single-largest party with 105 seats, did not stake claim to form the government on Sunday, Sena, with 56 seats, on Monday sought a 48-hour extension of the deadline from the Governor to get Nationalist Congress Party (54 seats) and Congress (44 seats) on board. The Governor, however, refused an extension, and instead invited NCP to form the government.

Source: Hindustan Times

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2. Mahim Building on Metro Line 3 Sinks, Officials Evacuate 25 Families

A building near the under-construction Sitladevi station on Metro Line 3 sank at least 6 mm on Sunday night, forcing the 25 families living in it to evacuate.

The sinkage of Laxmi building was noticed around 10 pm on Sunday. The residents also noticed large cracks on the top floor. There were no injuries to any of the residents but all the families living in the building moved out for their own safety.

Twenty-five families living in the building were evacuated by the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (MMRCL) and the disaster management cell of BMC for their own safety. They have been shifted to hotels. Metro 3 is a 33.5-km underground corridor, also known as the Churchgate-Bandra-SEEPZ line.

Source: The Indian Express

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3. Singer Lata Mangeshkar in Breach Candy Hospital After Chest Pain Complain

Lata Mangeshkar was reportedly hospitalised on 11 November.

Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital on Monday, after she complained of chest pain. She is currently undergoing treatment in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and has been kept under observation. The 90-year-old was rushed to the hospital around 2.30am when she complained of difficulty in breathing.

A statement released by the hospital said: “Lata Mangeshkarji had viral chest congestion. Keeping her age in mind, as a precautionary measure, she checked into Breach Candy Hospital in order to ensure antibiotics are given on time to prevent any more infection. She is stable and recovering.”

Source: Hindustan Times

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4. After Suffering Burns in ICU of Hospital, Two-Month-Old Undergoes Amputation

Four days after a two-month-old boy suffered burn injuries in the paediatric intensive care unit (ICU) of KEM hospital following a short-circuit in electrocardiogram (ECG) nodes, doctors Monday had to amputate his upper arm after the blood flow in his half-charred limb was blocked.

The child’s father Pannelal Rajbhar (29) said on November 5 he had come to Mumbai from Azamgarh, about 150 km from Varanasi, after his son, Prince, was diagnosed with congenital heart disorder and required a surgery for the hole in his heart.

Source: The Indian Express

5. HC to Raigad DC: 6 Weeks to Raze Illegal Bungalows on Alibaug Beaches

The Bombay High Court on Monday gave the Raigad District Collector six weeks to demolish five bungalows constructed illegally on the beaches of Alibaug.

Justice S C Dharmadhikari and Justice Riyaz Chagla had directed Raigad Collector Vijay Suryawanshi to be present in court after previously making their displeasure known towards district administration officials for skipping hearings.

The bench was hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by social organisation Shamburaje Yuva Kranti in 2009 over the violation of Coastal Regulatory Zone norms by prominent businessmen and industrialists in the construction of more than 175 bungalows.

Source: The Indian Express

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