A 10-storeyed complex in Bandra will house a state-of-the-art cyber crime lab, a police station, a training centre along with flats for senior police personnel.
Police suspect the explosives, seized from a Maoist hideout between Tekatola and Murkudoh villages in Salekasa taluka on June 1, were supposed to be used to target security personnel in the region.
Acting on a complaint, sleuths of the local crime branch raided the bar located in Vasai area on Tuesday and arrested its manager.
The state home department issued orders of transfers of 19 officers of the ranks of Inspector General of Police (IGP) and Additional Director General of Police (ADG).
Maharashtra police detained dog with pro-BJP stickers on body and its owner for campaigning on polling day
The dog's body was found covered with stickers bearing the BJP's symbol and the message 'Modi Lao, Desh Bachao' (Vote for Modi and save the country), a local police official said.
23-year-old Manita Yadav has been allegedly murdered by her family after her in-laws abandoned her as she was accused of having an extra-marital affair.
The court said by disclosing information to the media, the police were alerting the accused persons.
ASG Mehta told the bench that keeping the activists under house arrest would hamper the ongoing investigation. The bench posted the matter for further hearing on September 12.
Activist Sanjay Bhalerao, who claims to be a witness to the Bhima Koregaon violence, filed a criminal PIL in the HC seeking action against the policemen.
The Shiv Sena on Monday targeted the Maharashtra Police for the arrests of five left activists last week claiming they were reportedly hatching conspiracy to overthrow central and state governments.
Lawyers and representatives of the five activists arrested on charges of plotting the Bhima Koregaon violence have slammed the government and the Maharashtra Police for fabricating evidence
However, a few others from the legal fraternity noted that there are no rules on whether or not the police should reveal documents in a case.
Reacting to this in a handwritten statement, Bharadwaj, who is under house arrest, Friday said the purported letter shown by the Pune Police is a mixture of innocuous.
Maoists were planning to purchase grenade launchers and bring them to India via Nepal or Manipur.
Policemen asked us to keep door of bedroom open and sleep: Activist Gautam Navlakha's female partner
Sabha Husain described the scene at their residence in Delhi's Nehru Enclave, where Navlakha has been put under house arrest.