Mumbai: Bollywood singer Yash Wadali booked for molestation

04 Aug 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
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Police arrested singer Yash Wadali after a woman complained that Wadali caught hold of her by her shirt collar, pushed her and lashed out abuses at her.

The incident took place in a flat in Goregaon West. A molestation case has been filed.

Wadali has denied the allegations and said he did not know the woman.

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04 Aug 2017Mumbai: Bollywood singer Yash Wadali booked for molestation

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Everyone is busy packing 84,250 theplas in Rintu Rathod's flat in Santacruz, that will be sent to Gujarat's flood-hit Banaskantha district.

Rathod, founder of Food Army, undertook the challenge for the first time in 2014 when Kashmir was hit by floods. She got Mumbaiites to donate 35,000 theplas for them.

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"We tried all options. Now we have decided to give an ultimatum to BMC till Sunday, from midnight we will go on strike if our demands are not fulfilled," said union leader.

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Yadav had received a letter that states no reason; just says that he was relieved of charge in the solid waste management department of South Mumbai.

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According to DNA, doctor treating Kumar said, "His kidney functions have not improved. It has worsened. He is on ventilator. We will be able to give briefing in the morning."

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Bombay HC rapped Mumbai University (MU) and questioned varsity for switching to online assessment when necessary infrastructure was not in place.

"You [teachers, University] should have prepared in advance to meet deadline. This is like demonetization," said justice bench. MU was ordered to file an affidavit in two weeks.

There are over 2.7 lakh answer papers still pending to be corrected.