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Mysterious monolith spotted in India
Similar alien-looking pillars were spotted in a Utah desert in the United States in November
MUMBAI (Dunya Neww) – A mysterious monolith has appeared in a park in India’s Bandra area.
Municipal councilor Asif Zakaria shared multiple pictures of the monolith on the Twitter and wrote, “It’s here! Mysterious monolith appeared in Mumbai! Check it out at Joggers Park Bandra! It has numbers on side of it let’s try & figure out what they mean Don’t know how long it will be there but can’t wait to get a picture with it!”
After Ahmedabad, mysterious Monolith comes up in garden in Bandra, Mumbai
Updated: Thursday, March 11, 2021, 15:46 [IST]
Mumbai, Mar 10: A ''Monolith'', a sheet metal structure that has mysteriously appeared and disappeared across the world, was seen at Joggers Park in suburban Bandra on Wednesday. Local corporator Asif Zakeria tweeted about it in the morning.
"It has numbers on side of it let''s try & figure out what they mean," he said in the tweet while sharing a few images of the triangular prism-shaped structure, around seven feet tall.
This is the second such installation that has appeared in the country after one was spotted in a garden in Ahmedabad last December.
Updated Mar 10, 2021 | 17:45 IST
Bandra corporator, Asif Zakaria, shared pictures of the monolith on Twitter and wrote that the structure had a number embedded on one of the sides.
Mysterious metal monolith makes an appearance in Mumbai  |  Photo Credit: Twitter
Several mysterious metal monoliths appeared and disappeared in different parts of the world in 2020. Then all of a sudden, they stopped appearing altogether.
Then in the month of December 2020, the mysterious object made its first appearance in India.
A metal monolith was spotted in Symphony Forest Park in Thaltej, Ahmedabad and it resembled the ones that were seen all over the world - with shiny metal sheets forming a three-sided structure.
In a press release, Zakeria said the numbers etched on one of the panels offer a coded message about nature and wildlife conservation.
A monolith, a sheet metal structure that has mysteriously appeared and disappeared across the world, was seen at Joggers Park in suburban Bandra in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Development comes at a coast in Bandra
ByYogesh NaikYogesh Naik / Updated: Feb 7, 2021, 06:00 IST
Under-construction coastal road hinders view for Joggers Park, Otters Club.
The coastal road project continues to claim victims when it comes to obstructing sea view. After the
Breach Candy Club lost its prized sea view to the coastal road project, the Joggers Park and Otters Club in Bandra are going the same way, thanks to the Bandra-Versova Sealink, which is part of the same project. Work is in full swing on a slightly elevated road leading to the sealink in Bandra West that is blocking the view to the sea from Joggers Park and Otters Club.
Subhash Ghai has announced a new film. His next film venture 36 Farm House will be made under his banner Mukta Searchlight Films in association with Zee Studios. The film will be directed by Gujarati filmmaker Vipul Mehta, who has given the biggest grosser to Gujarati cinema ever with his comedy-drama film Chaal Jeevi Laiye, running for 75 weeks in cinema halls.
Speaking on this announcement, Subhash Ghai said, “We have been working vigorously on developing stories and scripts for the last four years for Mukta Arts and now it’s time to enter into film production of Hindi films which is and has been our core business”.
New run for Joggers’ Park
ByYogesh NaikYogesh Naik / Updated: Dec 20, 2020, 06:00 IST
Look out Napean Sea residents. Bandra will soon catch up with a
Bandra’s Joggers Park – the iconic place in the suburbs — is getting a massive makeover. For the first time, it will get a synthetic track – a boon for joggers. The park was closed down on December 11 and is likely to open up only in January 2021. At present, Priyadarshini Park off
Napean Sea Road is the only park with a synthetic track.
The track was sanctioned by the then
municipal commissioner Praveen Pardeshi who had also visited the park. Joggers Park was constructed in the mid-90s and was carved out of a garbage dump. It has four tracks – one with mud, one with paver blocks and two concrete tracks.
Chain-snatchers attack 61-year-old walker in Bandra
ByVinay DalviVinay Dalvi / Updated: Nov 1, 2020, 06:00 IST
The three bike-borne men approached the victim on the pretext of asking for directions.
Chain-snatchers stabbed a 61-year-old man while he was out for a walk in Bandra on Saturday morning.
Complainant Ajay Chawla, who is in the real estate industry, said three men stopped him on Pali Mala Road and asked him for directions. He helped them and they left only to turn around and snatch a chain he was wearing.
When Chawla refused to cooperate, the accused slashed him on the head and grabbed one of the victim’s chains. They fled but returned soon after to snatch another chain, his cellphone and watch from him.
Mangaluru: Joggers Park developing into favourite destination for exercises, pastime
Fri, Aug 28 2020 09:44:39 PM
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)
Mangaluru, Aug 28: Joggers Park at the helipad at Maryhill here has been turning into a favourite destination for those seeking to while away time, do some exercises and go on a stroll. The area is getting more beautiful with time.
The ground has a number of trees like tamarind, purple fruit, gooseberry, neem etc around it. Harish Padavinangady, assistant police inspector, who is a nature lover and people like him have got platforms built around the trees and planted Tulsi plants under the trees and thereby provided an ideal environment for those who want to do exercises and medication. During summer, the weather is hot here, and many who come here to exercise, bring water in cans and water the plants. As a result, several trees have come up here. The area is breezy and hence hundreds of people come here from dawn to dusk to play and to enjoy nature.
Neeraj in statement to Mumbai Police: I rolled joints for Sushant Singh Rajput, found box empty on J
Neeraj in statement to Mumbai Police: I rolled joints for Sushant Singh Rajput, found box empty on June 14
Sushant Singh Rajput's housekeeper, Neeraj, allegedly said in his statement to Mumbai Police that he rolled joints for the actor a couple of days before his death. When Neeraj checked the box on June 14, after the actor's death, he said that he found it empty.
UPDATED: August 22, 2020 18:57 IST
India Today has exclusively accessed the three-page statement of Sushant Singh Rajput's housekeeper Neeraj Singh.