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3 days on, no lookout notice against Usmani

Over three days have passed since alleged Indian Mujahideen operative Afzal Usmani escaped from the clutches of the police escort team, but the Mumbai police and Navi Mumbai police is yet to issue a l

ATS probe bogus, Khetan tells HC

Journalist Ashish Khetan on Monday filed an intervention application before the Bombay high court in the matter between German Bakery blast convict Himayat Baig and the state, stating that the investi

Give info on bail bonds: HC

The Bombay high court on Monday asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to get back after two weeks with information on the inventory of over four lakh bail bonds that were supplied to the Rai

Rupee weakens further by 15 paise to 62.75 vs USD on demand


The rupee on Tuesday weakened for the third straight session, moving lower by another 15 paise to close at 62.75 against the dollar on month-end demand from importers as the US currency strengthened overseas.

BJP blames Pawar for farmers’ woes

BJP has turned its gun on Union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar after his attack on Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi.

Parle Agro re-enters cola market after 20 years with Cafe Cuba


Two decades after it hived off its carbonated soft drinks portfolio, Parle Agro on Tuesday announced its re-entry into the Rs 15,000-crore cola market early next year with the launch ‘Cafe Cuba’, a coffee-flavoured carbonated drink.

Even Gandhi did it: Swamy on tickets for Modi rally

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday defended charging money from party workers to attend Narendra Modi’s rallies. “What is wrong with that? People are ready to give.

BMC files 352 complaints against parties


In findings which may raise questions about their own authenticity, five wards in the city were found to be without any illegal hoardings and banners during the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s dr

New policy puts limit on political hoardings

Six months after it announced the formulation of a new policy on hoardings and banners in the city, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has not been able to implement it earnestly due to the

MU to have bridge courses for outside science students

To ensure that students from outside the University of Mumbai are able to take up post-graduate courses in the University, the academic council approved a bridge course that will allow them to pursue

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