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Order sealing of health care goods: PIL

A public interest litigation (PIL) has urged the Bombay high court to direct the government and local authorities to issue guidelines so as to ensure that cosmetic goods, personal hygiene products, sk

Protests rock CST station

Around 10,000 protesters demanding fulfillment of their demands brought south Mumbai to a standstill for about four hours on Wednesday afternoon, after the government failed to pay heed to them in the

Chavan to meet MLA Kadu today

Repeated failure of the government in fulfilling the demands of the physically disabled persons in the state led to the disabling of Mumbai’s lifeline on Wednesday after protesters resorted to rail ro

Tribunal sets aside cops’ dismissal

The procedural lapses by a senior police officer have led to the Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT) setting aside an order of Thane superintendent of police (rural), dismissing two policemen fr

Commission to initiate inquiry against PIO

The public information officer (PIO) of the prisons’ department is in trouble for not providing information to a 2006 train blast accused under the Right to Information (RTI) Act.

VVIPs owe bank `116 crore

The sugar mills being chaired by VVIPs including former president Pratibha Patil, Congress MP Rajani Patil, former MPCC president Ranjeet Deshmukh and 21 other politicians from Congress, NCP and BJP,

Model abused, molested by neighbour

A 25-year-old model was allegedly spat on, abused and molested by a man in her building over past enmity outside their society in the Meetha Nagar area of Goregaon (west) on Tuesday night, the police

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.

‘BMC is making scapegoats of junior officials’

There is a strong discontent brewing amongst the rank and file of junior officials with the arrest of three junior engineers in connection with the Dockyard Road building collapse, in which 60 people

‘Will increase number of loos at Aarey’

Following two leopard attacks on children on Tuesday, one of which was fatal in the Aarey milk colony in Goregaon, the local Sena leaders were in for severe criticism from the press.

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