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SPREADING TERROR THROUGH HOAX CALLS A proposal has been sent to the railway board to take strict actions against the callers who unnecessarily create havoc in the city through hoax calls. A demand for applying MCOCA law has been made to punish such callers. 6 months sentence and a fine of rupees 2000 as per IPC section 177 is what a caller would have to face if he is caught making any hoax calls. MNS REACTIONS IN THANE MNS reactions on the Jaya Bachchan remark was also seen in Thane where the party workers condemned the Bachchan family’s advertisements. The issue of Marathi language compulsion once again heated up Jaya Bachchan, in her speech commented on she speaking Hindi language. Protesting this, the MNS workers banned all the advertisements of Bacchan family by tearing off their posters in the city. The police have however arrested some of the protestors. BIDDING TO REOPEN FOR TRANS-HARBOUR SEALINK MSRDC will invite fresh bids for the Rs 6,000 crore Sewri-Nhava Sheva sea link in three weeks, even though its still to complete acquisition for approach roads and casting yards required for bridge construction. MMRDA will fund the project through internal funds, loans and will collect a toll from users of the sea link. The govt also plans to levy development charges on constructions in Navi Mumbai area, and a premium on sale of floor space index in that area.

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