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‘Bookie met fake players’

Police investigations have revealed that Mumbai bookie Chandresh Patel was made to fix an IPL match for `6 crore with the “fake” Hyderabad Sunrisers players.

279 prosecutions for no dengue precautions

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has prosecuted 279 housing societies, workplaces, high-rises, etc.

WR stations inspected by panel

Ministry of railways’ Passenger Amenities Committee, headed by Chalavadi T.

LIC reports to be made public: MU


Following reports and allegations of colleges resorting to unethical means to get the Local Inquiry Committee (LIC) to give a positive report to the University of Mumbai for renewing their affiliation

Police sees through man’s false robbery complaint

A 27-year-old man sent policemen from two police stations on a wild-goose chase after he falsely claimed he was robbed of `31,000 cash that was given to him by his employer for work related purposes.

LIC serves as watchdog of MU, keeps colleges grounded

LICs have been the watchdog or backbone of the University of Mumbai’s affiliation process as the quality of the colleges and the education they offer, entirely depend upon the recommendations or repor

‘Expect showers for next 3-5 days’

With Mumbaikars ready to bid the monsoon season goodbye, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that the city is likely to continue receiving normal rains rather than the thunderstorms th

‘Woman’s body may have been dumped on rocks’

The Bandra police, which is investigating one of the most heinous murders of all time in Mumbai, believe that the mutilated middle portion of the woman’s body that was found stuffed inside a bag at Ma

BMC official booked in extortion case

The Mulund police has registered an extortion case against a BMC ward engineer for allegedly being part of a scheme where `1.5 lakh was extorted from the owner of a furniture and interior shop.

HC Directs BMC To Clear Its Stand

The Bombay high court on Tuesday directed the BMC to clear its stand on a petition filed by the Wadia Trust seeking a direction to the civic body to pay a compensation of `430 crore after its land was

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Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.