Last week, on the night of January 28, a photographer saw what he thought was a large visual disturbance on the horizon of Juhu beach, like “a huge block of thermocol”.
Mumbai’s Azad Maidan is a place where people from all walks of life come to protest with the belief that their voices will be heard. Here, life is a slow lesson in democracy and patience, and in forever lingering hope
When two people met on a busy Mumbai sidewalk nine years ago, little did they know what crossing the road together would lead to.
She is 100 and still the queen. Step into Marine Drive’s past, where Nargis broke no-entry rules and women once cycled into the breeze.
Sheena’s body was burnt on April 25, 2012 at a spot in Raigad district under the jurisdiction of Varsai police outpost.
The retired IPS officer is perhaps best remembered for his tenure in Mumbai at a time when underworld activities and extortion-related shootings were rampant.
Outgoing Maharashtra DGP says there has to be a law that bans discrimination... police too must play a role in addressing issue.
Ramesh lost both his daughters in the gap of 6 months, one to an accident and the other in train blast.
The Malegaon blast 2006 chargesheet has Shabbir Masiullah as the man who stocked RDX and made bombs. While I wrote on all the accused, I could never write on Shabbir.
In Sewree—and in some parts of Mazgaon, where 'old Bombay' still exists in its shipyard horizons, the migrant locals have scribbled on long walls, "Couples beware. Do not loiter here".
The special public prosecutor in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case who stunned all with her accusation that the NIA had asked her to “go soft” on the accused, tells Smita Nair why it was “time to expose”
The move follows the death on Tuesday of two persons in a taxi that was hit by a vehicle driven by an allegedly inebriated woman lawyer, Janhavi Gadkar.
The public lynching in Dimapur of a Muslim from Assam accused of rape has opened up the divide between Nagas and migrants in Nagaland. SMITA NAIR walks the fault-lines
Of the 43 men arrested for parading and lynching Syed Sharif Khan, 25 young men have now been identified as the “core mob”
The outnumbered jail staff tried to stop the mob at the main gate, but a few sneaked in through a small gap before the rest pushed their way in.
In the police records, she is a seven-year-old, who went missing on January 22, 2013. She was last seen near her school at 8.15 am.
He said, that he recently presented the proposal to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.
Project using remote sensing technology to map rural India and its assets is a crowd-sourced medium
From a sobbing housewife to a Navy commander, callers repeatedly ask the PCR to order a media blackout.
An analysis shows that at least 22 calls to the PCR between 11 pm & 1 am were about the location of the terrorists.
A close analysis of these calls tells how police operators in charge of the control room betrayed panic.
The 5,500 officers and 31,515 constabulary of the Mumbai Police are still to be trained in first-response intervention and firing.
While the specialised unit has managed to cut its response time, police still poorly trained in handling arms
The residents of the colony hope the civic authorities and the CM will pay heed to their plight
For 62 years now, this and other BMC-owned quarters for safai karamcharis across Mumbai have had no water supply.
Majli-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen’s lone winning candidate in Mumbai speaks to The Indian Express.
After J&K floods came Hudhud. Now Ebola lurks. Indian Express examines India’s response preparedness to disaster.
His downfall began two years ago when he had to quit as the city Congress chief following a disproportionate assets.
At least six key transport-infrastructure works were completed over the past two years.
‘It’s like a family court asking a child, who do you want, your mother or father,’ says one on the divorce
The committee said minority communities face hurdles in finding a good home.
3 DGPs flag trust-deficit among Muslims, urge Centre to take measures to change image of police.
MUSLIMS: Internal police report underscores police-community gap.
The toughest men of the police force are made to stand on the finish line, along with the force’s sports candidates. “They can be very unruly at times.
This year, five candidates died during the five-km run at the Mumbai police’s recruitment drive for constables.
The autobiography of KM Mathew, who turned Malayala Manorama from a stagnant newspaper to a formidable media house, is a local tale, the like of which we seldom come across in English.