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Gold buyers back at stores


Gold sales witnessed a mixed trend during Akshay Tritiya, but the Indian appetite for gold seems to be recovering.

Overwork, owner’s callousness kill mare

Too much work during the wedding season and the lackadaisical attitude of her owner claimed the life of a mare near the Dadar railway station on Sunday.

Longest skywalk in Santa Cruz

Soon, commuters and pedestrians will be able to walk from Vakola police station in Santa Cruz (east) to Linking Road in Santa Cruz (west) without even buying a platform ticket to cross the railway tra

BCCI: Have you any proof? Modi: Yes sirs, 6 bags full


Twelve thousand pages stuffed into six cardboard cartons is suspended IPL chairman Lalit Modi’s response to the showcause notice served on him by the Board of Control for Cricket in India for alleged financial irregularities.

Javed Akhtar gets death threat mail

Lyricist Javed Akhtar on Saturday received a death threat over email criticising him for his comments on Darul uloom Deoband’s fatwa against working Muslim women. The cyber crime police station has registered a case against unknown persons after Akhtar approached them.

Gold soars, sales drop


Just two days before Akshay Tritiya, gold prices have touched another high internationally. Price of gold in Europe traded close to $1,250/oz as inve-stors try to hedge their bets.

Markets dance to Greek tune

The global markets danced to the tune of the Greek crisis and the tremors in the Eurozne.
When the trillion dollar bailout package for Greece was announced on Monday, the global markets shot up an t

Loss of rig hits Aban stock hard

Aban Offshore took a major beating on the stock exchanges on Friday, a day after it lost an oil rig to an accident.
The stock was down over 18 per cent on the Bombay Stock Exchange, to Rs 831.25 on Thursday, the company l

Davkhare wins unopposed MLC seat with Sena help


Senior Nationalist Congress Party leader Vasant Davkhare was elected unopposed to the legislative council thanks to the Shiv Sena.

‘No questioning research officer in caste cases’

In a significant judgment, the Bombay high court on Friday ruled that vigilance research officers, who assist caste scrutiny committees, cannot be cross-examined.

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