In ‘Mumbai 25 Khabarein’, check out the top 25 news stories in Maharashtra politics, and other stories doing the round in the metro city. Pankaja Munde’s selfie in drought-hit Latur district kicks a storm; Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ hits out at Eknath Khadse over use of water for helipad issue, Chief Minister Devender Fadnavis speaks on supply of water to liquor companies etc.
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