1. Beefkoofs ReturnFor the second time in a month, a buffalo meat supplier was harassed by cow vigilantes at Vashi for transporting what they thought was beef. Several hours later, after a vet certified that it was indeed buffalo meat, a case was registered against the three vigilantes from Dombivali -Kishore Palav, Shweta Palav and Vaibhavi Shirke.Parvez Qureshi, who owns a buffalo meat shop in Nagpada, was on his way home to Vashi on Thursday when he was stopped at the Vashi toll naka by the trio. “I take whatever meat has not been sold home and then keep it in a deep freezer and then carry it back the next day to my shop in Nagpada,” said Qureshi. The trio, who were carrying video cameras, alleged he was carrying cow meat, and forced him to pay up or come with them to the police station.Source: Mumbai MirrorAlso Read: QBullet: AIADMK Merger Hits Snag; Govt Confirms Ladakh ‘Incident’ 2. MERC Backs BEST’s Bid To Source Cheap PowerThe state power regulator Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) on Friday questioned Tata Power and state-government-owned power distribution company Mahavitaran’s authority to compel BEST to source power from a specific supplier and prevent it from sourcing it from the open market.MERC also asked under what section of Electricity Act, 2003, was it being done.Source: Mumbai MirrorAlso Read: QBiz: Crisis at Infosys Over Sikka; RBI to Issue New Rs 50 Notes 3. 20-year Old Fraud Accused Commits Suicide Inside Police Lock-upA 20-year old accused, arrested over the charges of fraud, committed suicide in Mumbai's Andheri Police Station on Thursday.The accused, identified as Vijay Salvi, ended his life by hanging himself from the ceiling with his vest, inside the police lock-up.As soon as the policemen saw him hanging from the ceiling, they rushed him to the nearest hospital where he was declared brought dead.The matter has been handed over to the Mumbai crime branch for further investigation.Source: Mid-dayAlso Read: QuickE: Sridevi’s B’Day Bash; Dharmendra’s Debut on Twitter4. Braid Chopping: 2 Women Collapse In Nalasopara After Discovering Their Cut HairTwo more women in Nalasopara woke up to find their hair had been mysteriously chopped during the night. Both women had to be rushed to hospital in an unconscious state due to shock.Shabana Banu, 27, was alone at home in Dhanev Baug, Nalasopara East, when the incident took place. She said, "I woke up at 5 am, sensing someone was inside. I was shocked to see my chopped hair braids lying on the floor."Neighbours came to her rescue after she shouted for help.Source: Mid-day5. Two Women Give New Lease Of Life To Three Patients In MumbaiTwo consecutive heart transplants were performed within the span of four hours at Fortis Hospital in Mulund on Thursday. It was possible due to the timely contribution of the families of a couple of women, which helped two people get a new lease of life.Three patients got a new lease of life, with a lung of one of the donors being flown from Pune to a hospital in Chennai and her heart transported to Mumbai.The hospital in Chennai claimed it to be the longest distance haul of donated lung in the country.Source: Mid-day6. Mumbai University Re-evaluation Process DigitisedThe re-evaluation process of Mumbai University has been digitised, along with the online assessment. The University started receiving applications for rechecking answer sheets from Friday.“We have adopted a new digital methodology for re-evaluation. We already have the digital copies of answer sheets with us. When a student sends us an application for re-evaluation, we do not have to go to the godown to fetch a specific answer sheet. We just have to download it and send it to the student, and to the evaluator for reevaluation,” Dr Arjun Ghatule, who has additional charge as director, Board of Examinations, told Mirror.Source: Mumbai Mirror7. Maharashtra’s Prashant KishorAshish Kulkarni, who quit Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s team on Friday accusing the party of “nepotism” and “feudalism’, has all his political life worked for political leaders who promoted only family and friends.Kulkarni, who is possibly one of the sharpest election strategists in Maharashtra and knows voting patterns, caste equations, dominant issues, and prominent personalities across 288 assembly constituencies like the back of his hand, was for years Shiv Sena chief late Bal Thackeray’s close confidante. After Uddhav took over from his father in 2003, he sidelined Kulkarni because of his proximity to Narayan Rane, who eventually quit Sena and joined the Congress.Source: Mumbai Mirror We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.