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CM fails to pay tribute to Shastri

For the second consecutive year, chief minister Prithviraj Chavan skipped paying tribute to Lal Bahadur Shastri at his memorial on his birthday commemoration.

33% posts in schools lying vacant: RTI query

Even as there is a pressing need to improve the basic infrastructure in public schools to facilitate student learning, an RTI query has revealed that the municipal schools are running short of staff,

Cable thieves disrupting MTNL services

Cable thefts have been taking place regularly in different service areas of MTNL Mumbai.

Death toll up to 3 in building collapse

A day after the collapse, rescue and clean-up operations were still on 	— deepak kurkunde

The death toll in the Mumbra building collapse has risen to three, with two more dead bodies being removed from the rubble during rescue operations on Saturday midnight.

Yet another building collapse in Mumbra

The wreckage of the Banoo Apartments building  in Mumbra. One person was killed and three others trapped when it collapsed on Sa

Mumbra saw another of its buildings collapse when the five-storeyed Banoo Apartments building came crashing down at 8 am on Saturday. One person was killed, one rescued and two remained trapped under the debris.

Attentive 8-yr-old’s warning saved lives

The collapse of the Banoo Apartments building could have led to a much larger loss of life had it not been for Aslam Ansari’s family, especially his 8-year-old daughter, Asma. The first floor residents of the building woke up the rest of the residents of the building before the collapse after Asma alerted her own family.

Mumbra redevelopment roadmap in 3 months: Naik

The state government will have a proper roadmap for redeveloping all legal and illegal buildings in Thane districts, especially those in Mumbra, in the next three months, according to Thane’s guardian minister, Ganesh Naik.

Staff suffers in overcrowded Khargar post office

The Kharghar post office, which was opened in 2005 to serve a population of 26,000, is now serving more than two lakh people but with the same strength of employees who have to work amidst the crumbling infrastructure of the post office. Eighteen postal employees are working in the 526 square feet space.

‘Prevent able-bodied in disabled coaches’

The commissioner for disabilities has passed strict orders to curb the menace of non-bonafide passengers who travel in handicapped coaches and cause inconvenience to disabled passengers.

Festive season to sweeten real estate

The festive season could see an upsurge in buying of residential units as property prices in the second quarter of this year have gone down in comparison to the first quarter.

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