Wednesday, Sep 17, 2014
Not liable for suicides at Bandra-Worli Sea Link, MSRDC tells HC

Not liable for suicides at Bandra-Worli Sea Link, MSRDC tells HC

Eight people have committed suicide by jumping off the bridge into the sea since it was constructed.

City’s shame in slums

City’s shame in slums

As per the 2011 census, the BMC has 41.3 per cent slum households and 62% residents live in slums.

From Other Cities

The book has a collection of real life accounts of defence personnel, military veterans and disabled soldiers.

The Congress has wrested three assembly seats of Deesa, Mangrol and Khambhaliya.

Stoelinga met the CM and agreed over a “step-by-step” investment to tap into the state’s growth rate.

All new names will be updated on the website, says collector.

BMC plans to build state-of-the-art sports stadium at a cost of Rs 270 crore.

The party claimed to have won 12 out of 31 councillor posts in JNUSU polls.

The rehabilitation of the slum dwellers in the flats, now proposed to be built on the airport land, has been a long-standing demand of the residents.

Book compiled with details from jail diary of freedom fighter Jyotish Basu sheds light on the only other time Bapu wrote to British seeking clemency for freedom fighter

35-yr-old had come to Pune from Mumbai a few days ago to evade arrest, say police

Jyoti murder case : Victim’s father says MLA, associates had tried to buy him as well; vows to ‘fight till I get justice’

Sena chief says ‘will not shy away from responsibility’, party MP says won’t accept less than 150 seats to fight.

Cricket lovers of the region have already started to throng ticket counters across the Tricity.

The bogey of Love Jihad should now be put to rest because it is causing irreparable damage to country’s unity and communal amity.

Mansa and Faridkot contributed in getting the meals prepared.

Chinese President will be accompanied by top businessmen from his country.

In Gandhinagar, holds ‘grievance redressal meet’ for NE community in state.

The accused is a part-time astrologer and the editor of a weekly newspaper, police said.

Adityanath won from Gorakhpur Lok Sabha seat for five consecutive terms.

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Good Girls Wanna Box

Good Girls Wanna Box

Close on the heels of Mary Kom’s release, Mumbai’s women boxers talk about why they love to pack a punch.

 

The third edition of Dharamshala International Film festival promises a fair mix of popular and award-winning cinema.

Beyond the Hills

A clutch of Indian designers are showcasing their Spring Summer 2015 collections off-site.

Ten-year-old Deepak Dhanak from the slums on Napean Sea Road will perform at a classical music festival in Japan

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Beyond the Hills
Beyond the Hills

The third edition of Dharamshala International Film festival promises a fair mix of popular and award-winning cinema.

Will complete assessment of assets held by Gavit, kin by March 2016, IT tells High Court

In July, the IT department had told the court that it had reopened the cases of returns filed by Gavit.

Take stringent action against industries polluting Ulhas river, green panel tells MPCB
Take stringent action against industries polluting Ulhas river, green panel tells MPCB

The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has commenced the tendering process for contract to clean up the Ulhas river.

Lakes full, no water supply cut till July 2015: BMC

By the first week of October, the city needs a water stock of 14.47 lakh million litres.

WR decision to empanel advocates below 60 yrs leaves retired staff upset

The new procedure took 15 months, during which a fresh notification was issued for Railway advocates.

CBFC CEO tells HC he was framed

The HC has posted the hearing of Kumar’s bail plea on September 29.

‘Will bring my brother home for a proper burial’
‘Will bring my brother home for a proper burial’

As Costa Concordia salvage operations enter its final stage, brother of missing victim is a man with a single mission.

City’s shame in slums
City’s shame in slums

As per the 2011 census, the BMC has 41.3 per cent slum households and 62% residents live in slums.

Sewage treatment plant turns into city’s largest garden
Sewage treatment plant turns into city’s largest garden

The park houses a cafeteria overlooking one of the ponds. Around 200 benches line the jogging tracks.

No more holidaying for teachers in name of meets
No more holidaying for teachers in name of meets

No more extended leaves for academic meets, says Government Resolution.

Borivali set to get world-class stadium in 3 yrs
Borivali set to get world-class stadium in 3 yrs

BMC plans to build state-of-the-art sports stadium at a cost of Rs 270 crore.

Not liable for suicides at Bandra-Worli Sea Link, MSRDC tells HC
Not liable for suicides at Bandra-Worli Sea Link, MSRDC tells HC

Eight people have committed suicide by jumping off the bridge into the sea since it was constructed.

Counselling centres for women in 11 hospitals

While the patient will receive no legal aid, legal advice will be given by specialists.

BMC to go digital in 5 years
BMC to go digital in 5 years

BMC’s standing committee passed the proposal of scanning and digitization of all civic documents.

Govt asleep, charity trust sells its land in Mazgaon to builder
Govt asleep, charity trust sells its land in Mazgaon to builder

Govt woke up to the irregularity a week after the conveyance deed was executed in favour of Gold Plaza Developers.

Western Railway conducts trials of automatic door closing system in local coach
Western Railway conducts trials of automatic door closing system in local coach

According to an official, tests are being conducted to check if the doors close automatically without glitches.

Good Girls Wanna Box
Good Girls Wanna Box

Close on the heels of Mary Kom’s release, Mumbai’s women boxers talk about why they love to pack a punch.

Post-visarjan, BMC starts composting ‘nirmalya’ waste
Post-visarjan, BMC starts composting ‘nirmalya’ waste

G/ North ward (Dadar) ward has converted a 2,000-sqm defunct sewerage operation plot at Dharavi for the project

Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train? Chinese team visits CST
Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train? Chinese team visits CST

The delegation showed interest in developing high-speed rail links in India, say rly officials.

Jail inmates get wage hike of Rs 15 per day
Jail inmates get wage hike of Rs 15 per day

Inmates are employed in activities like carpentry, metal work, leather work, soap making and bakery etc.

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