Friday, Nov 28, 2014
Major fire during slum demolition drive

Major fire during slum demolition drive

The fire broke out at the Padriwadi slum, on a plot of land near the Reay Road railway station

Coastal security, CCTVs high on priority: Fadnavis

Coastal security, CCTVs high on priority: Fadnavis

The Congress-NCP govt had said that all recommendations of the Pradhan Committee report have been implemented.

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The manifesto committee has decided to focus its energy on urban villages, youth and women this time.

The fire broke out at the Padriwadi slum, on a plot of land near the Reay Road railway station

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, however, holds an annual rally every July for her party at the same venue.

The matter was on the agenda of the recent meeting of Fadnavis with MLAs and civic officials of PMC.

For Vikas Marg, the planning would be done in a manner that the area remains lively.

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The same study took a look at other crimes against women, including outraging modesty and harassment for dowry.

She alleged that the family took away statues costing more than Rs 80,000.

Sources said Nepal is very keen that these agreements are signed, or else this summit could be perceived as unsuccessful.

It was learnt that Suman took Rs 5 crore from Saradha Group of companies, which has already been traced by the investigators.

Special CBI Court Judge K R Upadhyaya issued the notice to CBI and posted the matter for hearing on December 12.

Orders go out for 1,000 Modi jackets, 10,000 caps and T-shirts for campaigns.

Besides outrage on social media, some of the other participants had also expressed their reservations.

Besides the involvement of relatives and persons known to complainants, the data shows an increasing trend of rape complaints.

As per the new move, officials are also not supposed to buy new vehicles costing more than Rs 4.75 lakh.

Bittu’s was not the only voice raised in protest; different political parties protested against the incident as well.

The violence on campus had begun on November 20 after student leaders demanded restoration of the students’ union.

In an uncharacteristically sedate speech, Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari recounted his family’s “400-year-old tradition”.

Lasalgaon APMC traders stall trading in protest against the issuance of licence to a Mumbai-based trader

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The workers recognised the characteristically pungent smell immediately, as a result of which most were able to escape in time.

The Congress this time has decided to break from tradition and announce its candidates’ list soon.

Vanquished three-time Cong MLA from Bandra West bombards constituents with ‘thank-you’ pamphlets

The leaders also requested the Minority Affairs department to revive the 15-point programme to its full force in the state.

The cadre feels that the PM’s charisma will win the state polls as it did for the Lok Sabha in May when the BJP won all seven seats.

All you need is a mobile phone with an active number and wi-fi receiver.

Santosh Salvi, 35, of Pune, was remanded in police custody until November 24 by a holiday court .

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Weekender Gets Longer

Weekender Gets Longer

While there’s no news of the line-up that will make its way to Shillong, announcements are expected soon. Watch this space.

 

Through the dance production, Sari, Daksha Sheth spins a tale of the handwoven sari through the eyes of its weavers

Daksha Sheth spins a tale of the handwoven sari

Jayasri Burman, who returns with a new solo show, Lila, speaks about borrowing characters from Indian mythology to conjure new worlds.

Urdu’s revival on the small screen and at festivals indicates resurgent popularity of the language

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