• | Tuesday | 12th October, 2021

Mumbai, Oct 12 (PTI) Following are the top stories from the Western Region at 1700 HRS. BOM6 MH-CHEMICAL-LEAKAGE Maha: 34 people fall sick after chemical vapours leak out of factory Thane: At least 34 people fell sick after vapours of a chemical leaked from an industrial unit in Ambernath town of Maharashtra"s Thane district on Tuesday morning, an official said. BOM5 GJ-VIRUS-STUDENTS Guj: 3 students of primary school in Junagadh test coronavirus positive Junagadh: Three students of a government-run primary school have tested positive for coronavirus in Gujarat"s Junagadh district, prompting the authorities to shut the educational institution for a week, officials said on Tuesday. BOM4 GJ-GARBA-STUDENTS Guj: 7 students injured in police action over "garba" event on university campus Surat: Seven students were injured in a clash with police over a "garba" dance event organised on a university campus in Gujarat"s Surat city during the ongoing Navratri festival, officials said on Tuesday. BOM3 MP-BYPOLLS-CANDIDATES MP: 55 candidates in fray for bypolls to 1 LS constituency, 3 Assembly seats Bhopal: A total of 55 candidates are contesting the upcoming bypolls to one Lok Sabha constituency and three Assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh, an election official said on Tuesday. BOM2 MP-CASH-SEIZURE MP: Rs 3.2 cr unaccounted cash seized from 2 train passengers Khandwa: Unaccounted cash worth Rs 3.20 crore was seized from two persons in Madhya Pradesh"s Khandwa district while they were travelling in a train from Mumbai to Varanasi, police said on Tuesday. BOM8 MH-FADNAVIS-CM Never felt I am no longer chief minister: Fadnavis Mumbai: BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday said that because of people"s love, he did not feel that he had ceased to be the chief minister of Maharashtra. He was speaking at a public event in Navi Mumbai. BOM7 GJ-MONSOON-WITHDRAWAL Southwest monsoon withdraws from Gujarat: IMD Ahmedabad: The southwest monsoon withdrew from Gujarat on Tuesday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said, adding that this was the second most-delayed withdrawal of the SW monsoon since 1960. BOM1 MH-ENCOUNTER-SENA Exact revenge for soldiers killed in J-K encounter: Shiv Sena Mumbai: A day after five army personnel were killed in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir, the Shiv Sena on Tuesday said revenge must be exacted five times the fatality of soldiers in the face-off with terrorists. PTI RSY RSY

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