News in Pics by Rons Bantwal—Feb 27

Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)
Mumbai, Feb 27:

Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala inaugurates ‘Joie De Vivre’, an exhibition by Ashwin Kadam and Ujwal M Pednekar at Jahangir Art Gallery in the metro on Wednesday February 25.

The employees of various ministries located in Mantralaya at Nariman Point stage a protest on Wednesday February 25, urging the state administration to fulfill their various demands.

Metropolitan police officers arrive with files of the 26/11 terror attack charge sheet to be produced before the metropolitan magistrate at Killa Court here on Wednesday.

Public prosecutor Ujwal Nikam arrives at Killa Court with the charge sheet on the 26/11 terror attack in the metro.

Curry Road Packer Team receives the ‘Badlav Challenge Trophy’ along with a cheque of Rs 1,11,111 from Mumbai Cricket Association former president Pravin Barve, in the presence of Naved Mohammed, Ali Shaikh, Haroon Shaikh, Aman Malik, Sayyed Basarrudin, and Rupesh Patil.  The tournament was jointly organized by Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and metro’s Akhdas Welfare Trust. 

Fashion and Design Engineering (FADE) organized an exhibition to unveil a wide range of Indian, bridal, and Indo-western contemporary designs at Joss Banquet, Kalaghoda, on Wednesday February 25. FADE offers unique, modern, and contemporary, high-value clothing to meet customer needs, making each and every piece special.

Ace snooker player Pankaj Advani in action against R Shah during the C C I Platinum Jubilee Snooker Tournament in the metro on Wednesday February 25.

Jayant Sunder and M Venkatesh, during the announcement of the All India Silver Jubilee Ramu Memorial Basketball Tournament, starting from Saturday February 28 to Sunday March 8, at Indian Gymkhana Matunga.

BMW India launches the BMW X6 at Infinity Cars, a new dealership facility in the metro on Wednesday February 25.


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