News in Pics by Rons Bantwal—Feb 16

Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)
Mumbai, Feb 16:


Jain temple authority of Bora Bazar, Fort, has begun strict enforcement of the rule that there is no entry for visitors or devotees wearing black with effect from Friday February 13.

The barber fraternity protests out side Gaiety Cinema, Bandra (West), which is screening Bollywood movie ‘Billu Barber’ on Friday February 13. The barbers have alleged that they have been portrayed in poor taste.

The success of recent traffic initiatives aimed at curbing drunk driving, encouraging wearing of helmets, and discouraging use cell phones when driving, have led the Mumbai traffic police to now partner with Mumbai-based NGO, ‘Children's Movement for Civic Awareness’ (CMCA).  A campaign has been started from Friday February 13 across 20 metropolitan schools to improve road safety.

Eunuchs protest against Pramod Muthalik and present a book on ‘Kama Sutra’ as a Valentine gift at Sahargaon, Andheri (East), on Friday February 13.

Watercraft like kayaks and jet skis from New Wave Distributors, which can be used in the Mumbai harbour, will be on display at the forthcoming ‘Samira Mumbai International Boat Show’ in the metro.

Metropolitan police keep watch outside ‘Archies Gallery’ at Church Gate on Saturday February 14, on the occasion of Valentines Day.

A couple enjoying a few intimate moments on Valentines Day near the sea front at Nariman Point.

A group of girls wearing red dresses spotted at the sea front near Church Gate on the occasion of Valentines Day.

A wall in Vashi, New Mumbai, which collapsed on Saturday February 14, killing two.


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