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Mumbai news in brief 17-10-2017 by Ronida Mumbai

Published On : 18 Oct 2017


On 13 Oct 2017, Vice Admiral Girish Luthra, FOC-in- C West, addressed about 1200 students at his alma mater Tagore Baal Niketan, Karnal; and about 1000 students at Dyal Singh Public School, Karnal. He also interacted with students and teachers at the schools. The FOC-in- C West also delivered a talk to the Rotary Club, Karnal, on Maritime India and the Indian Navy.


Mumbai Oct. 17 :- On World Food Day, SonyLIV introduces the genre of food, in pic (From L to R)- Saransh Goila, Harpal Singh Sokhi, Uday Sodhi, EVP and Head – Digital Business, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), Sanjeev Kapoor, Alyona Kapoor, Amrita Raichand, Shantanu Gupte, Shailendra Kekade.


Mumbai Oct. 17 :- Depot workers today join empty stand during Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) Employees going Indefinite strike for their long pending Salary Hike issue,strike going on across the Maharashtra. In pic Dadar ST Depot.

Mumbai Oct. 17 :- Depot workers today join empty stand during Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) Employees going Indefinite strike for their long pending Salary Hike issue,strike going on across the Maharashtra. In pic Parel ST Depot. 


Mumbai Oct. 17 :- Governor CH Vidyasagar Rao accompanied by his wife Smt Ch Vinodha met the staff of Raj Bhavan at Jal Vihar and exchanged Diwali greetings with them

 

 







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