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‘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.

Fake FB profile for wife lands man in jail

The Pant Nagar police has arrested a 40-year-old Thane resident for allegedly creating a fake Facebook profile of his wife and her male friend.

Govt takes measures to rein in farmer deaths

Maharashtra agriculture minister Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil on Wednesday said that the state government is taking measures to protect Vidarbha farmers from fluctuations in the market and irregular weath

Congress may change Opp. leader in BMC

Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) may consider changing its leader of Opposition in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) as Dhyanraj Nikam has failed to fulfill the expectations of the

Korean touch for master plan

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the ministry of land, infrastructure and transport of the Republic of Korea for the pre

‘MMC has reopened 658 cases’

A retired doctor from Latur has alleged that Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC) has reopened as many as 658 cases registered against doctors dating between 1989-2009, while the MMC guideline says that

Man wanted for killing nephew over money issue

The Borivali police is on the lookout for a middle-aged man who allegedly murdered his young nephew after they fought over a money issue in Borivali (west) on Wednesday morning.

BCCI rubbishes report about Tendulkar being asked to retire

Rubbishing reports that Sachin Tendulkar has been asked by the BCCI to retire after his 200th Test, the Board’s secretary Sanjay Patel on Thursday said it was the senior batsman’s prerogative to decide on his future.

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

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