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Herbs, honey, mixer & sieve

Quack Munir Khan, who surrendered himself to the police after being on the run for six months, has told the police that three simple appliances were all he needed to amass a Rs 200-crore fortune.

1st Indian to sail globe solo set to return

On May 22, Commander Dilip Dhonde will become the first Indian to circumnavigate the earth solo.

Chargesheet against killers

The Mumbai police crime branch on Thu-rsday submitted the char-gesheet that ran into more than 1,000 pages against four accused and six others who are wanted in the killing of defence lawyer Shahid Az

Gold touches new high

Gold prices touched an all time high of $1,244 an ounce on Wednesday. Gold prices have been moving up steadily for the past few weeks as investors fret about the health of the European economies and find gold a

Telecom firms’ stocks take a hit

The stocks prices of Bharti and Idea reflected the shock of the markets at the recommendatons of telecom regulator. Both the stocks were down over 8 per cent in the day’s trade. Linking the price of 2G spectrum to the price paid for 3G spectrum can hit the profits of these firms in a very big way.

Minor radioactive leak at Barc

May 12: An incident of radioactive contamination was detected at a laboratory in the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (Barc) in Trombay on Wednesday. However, nobody was injured in the incident.

‘Dirty things’ happening in Jharkhand: Sena chief

The Shiv Sena, which is an ally of the National Democratic Front, on Wednesday criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party’s stand on the government formation in Jharkhand.

No monsoon break for Metro, mono, skywalks

Mumbaikars may have some much-needed relief from the summer heat, with the monsoon expected to be on time this year.

Death for Pune’s rapist, murderer

A district and sessions court in Pune on Wednesday awarded death sentence to a 26-year-old man who brutally killed an elderly woman and later raped her pregnant daughter-in-law in September 2007.

Mhada inquiry against legislators yet to take off

The flip-flop over the inquiry and criminal proceedings against sitting and former legislators who have applied for Mumbai Housing and Area Development Board’s high income group flats in Versova has b

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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.