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Mumbai news in brief 28-05-2016 by Ronida Mumbai

Published On : 29 May 2016   |  Reported By : Ronida Mumbai


Mumbai May 28: Pranjal Patil from Ulhasnagar today met NCP President Sharad Pawar who getting 55th rank in UPSC exam from over all Maharashtra.

Mumbai May 28 :- NCP national president Sharad Pawar arrived to attend party workers meeting at Y B Chavan Pratishthan in Mumbai.

Mumbai May 28 :- Asst.Commissioner, S - ward Mrs. Chanda Jadhav, today organised Cleaning of box & dhapa drains on LBS Road from Vikhroli to Bhandup with the help of 165 workers from maintenance & 105 workers of AHS ,S- Ward,2 Dumpers and 25 officers and engineers


Mumbai May 28 :- Members of City India participates the Cleanlines Drive as part of the nationwide campaign Swachh Bharat Mission at Dadar Chowpatty in Mumbai on Saturday.


Mumbai May 28 :- Kashish Mumbai International queer film fest hosted a panel discussion today at Liberty cinema. The topic of the discussion was Freedom of Expression & Censorship in Indian cinema. The panelists included eminent personalities like Nandita Das, Onir, Apurva Asrani and Sridhar Rangayan. Meenakshi Shedde was the moderator for the discussion.


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