It was NDRF personnel who had taken out bodies buried under debris.
In 2012, such incidents had led to mass exodus of residents of North-Eastern states from Pune.
On June 22, a landslide had taken place near Khandala tunnel blocking the expressway for over 36 hours.
‘People say we are fighting for money... but it’s about our rights... the bureaucracy has become the biggest obstacle to OROP’
Local police to set up control room, install CCTVs and patrolling boats. Lonavala residents to fund the project. As many as five youth drowned in four seperate incidents this month.
Cyber crimes against women on rise after scrapping section 66 (A) of IT Act, say experts.
Padma awardee Sanjay Dhande, who lost Rs 19 lakh to cyber fraudsters, says loopholes in system denying him justice.
RTI queries reveal Pune police commissionerate has no compiled data on registered cases.
The Blue Mormon has been declared Maharashtra’s state butterfly. But does the state have any real conservation plan for its ecology?
The number of cases from Pune are more than even Mumbai and Thane divisions.
The number of cases from Pune are more than even Mumbai and Thane divisions — 75 and 33 respectively — and also that of Aurangabad at 90 which is a distant second.
Owners of eatery, photo studio double as ‘life guards’ at Lonavala’s Bhushi dam, a tourist spot where 28 people have drowned in four years.
The body of Ghazal singer Vithal Rao was found on Friday (June 26) morning at the mortuary of Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad.
Activist had filed a complaint claiming use of heavy machinery uphill for Padkai farming by officials caused the landslide that left 151 villagers dead.
Training of the 150 inmates, which is being conducted by yoga instructors from Vidnyan Bharati, will continue for a month.
Project to benefit both civilian and military flights.
The MWPSC Act, which was passed in 2007, guarantees these welfare measures for the elderly in the society.
Haveli tehsildar D S Kumbhar said his team had reviewed the area in Mauje Shivane on June 3 and found that the work of levelling was being carried out without permission.
25 days on, officer probing the incident submits interim report to SP without recording statements of ‘victims’, says no such incident took place.
Body of the owner of a popular music store was found in a pool of blood.
While the communal clashes continued, a group of youths allegedly associated to the radical Hindu Rashtra Sena (HRS) attacked and killed a Muslim techie Mohsin Shaikh in Hadapsar on June 2.
As per the statements of these two witnesses, the HRS activists left the spot after their discussions and went towards Unnati Nagar area of Hadapsar on their motorcycles.
Police and CID have so far questioned over 325 people and conducted six polygraph tests, but got no leads yet on Darshana’s killers.
Defence Minister Parrikar says cannot have a situation where women are taken as prisoners of war
Currently, around 1,030 institute are part of the network and the project aims at taking this number further to 1500.
Lot of progress has been made, it is now up to the government: Navy Chief.
Part of the barrage on the border of Pune and Satara district damaged in the blast through gelatin sticks.
Forced to have oral and anal sex with each other, say boys held for ‘robbery’.
While the police was in the process of interrogating his friends he had named in the Facebook posts, Vyavhare returned home in the early hours of Sunday.
Fire brigade struggles with grossly inadequate number of fire stations, fire suits and outdated equipment.
Forest officials blame encroachment, development activities, fear man-animal conflict.
Sources said that the possibility of terror suspects using paragliders for aerial survey of sensitive locations or attacking them cannot be ruled out.
Police commissioner says his focus is on increasing police presence on roads.
City gets supply of mephedrone mainly from chemical units in and around Pune and also from Mumbai.
CAT had ordered NDA to follow UGC guidelines while calculating past services of civilian academic officers.
Carrying illegal weapons, they move around in fancy SUVs, are backed by a force of unemployed youth.
Through two broad chapters on the investigation and the trial, Avirook Sen presents how the Talwars were hit with a double whammy: a shoddy and insensitive investigation by the UP Police and the CBI and what Sen believed was a premeditated judgment.