Thursday, Mar 05, 2015
Governor asks Mumbai University V-C Rajan Welukar to resume duties

Governor asks Mumbai University V-C Rajan Welukar to resume duties

“I am thankful to the honourable Chancellor,” Welukar told The Indian Express.

Displacement of Kalbadevi, Girgaum residents turns into political potboiler

Displacement of Kalbadevi, Girgaum residents turns into political potboiler

Leaders from both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena are vociferously raising concerns.

From Other Cities

More wait for lakhs as AAP proposed new mapping of boundaries.

The parents of the December 16, 2012 gangrape victim also reacted angrily to the remarks made by the convict.

Mumbai Suburban Beef Dealer Association meets minority panel; gears up for protest.

There were instances where the Speaker of the House, Ram Niwas Goel, allegedly acted in a biased manner.

As per the passed resolution, an RWC will be under the chairmanship of the local municipal councillor.

Made remarks while sending man to jail for firing at wedding that killed the groom’s uncle

CMO officials said the move came in wake of demands from the recent ‘Housing For All’ conference.

Cost of removing the blocks and concretising it is about 15 per cent of the total cost of road repairs.

The CDR details were being considered key to provide police with a clear motive for the suicides.

‘If approved, initiative to help women staffers to balance home and work while not affecting their productivity’

Mamata suggests deferment to Speaker for Holi, BJP says move taken to ‘avoid embarrassment’.

'I strongly condemn the murder. There is no language to express our sympathies.'

The protest was against RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s recent remarks against Mother Teresa.

State BJP president said that they would write to SEC to request that election to all 99 municipalities are held in April.

Trinamool ‘promises’ top posts to defectors, state Cong chief ready to ‘let them go’.

The police believe someone known to her killed the girl after raping her.

District Collectors have issued advisories to prevent spread of the H1N1 virus in wake of increasing cases of Swine Flu.

Naveen Singla said that the school authorities were solely responsible for the safety of their students.

Mumbai Live
Bubbling Again

Bubbling Again

The new format will see 12 producers, who are part of the show, creating a single each, every month.

 

A shared love for Indian textiles has culminated in Akuri by Puri, actor Amrita Puri’s fashion label with mother Anita Puri.

Fabric Fetish

Commissioner of Income Tax, Neena Singh is also a talented artist, whose upcoming exhibition marks her tenth solo show

Jyoti Dogra’s play reveals how frivolous conversations between strangers are a reflection of an an insecure society.

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Governor asks Mumbai University V-C Rajan Welukar to resume duties
Governor asks Mumbai University V-C Rajan Welukar to resume duties

“I am thankful to the honourable Chancellor,” Welukar told The Indian Express.

Sexual assault case: Dutch girl deposes in city
Sexual assault case: Dutch girl deposes in city

In Dec 2011, the girl was travelling alone in an autorickshaw when the driver and his friend tried to rape her.

Cops: Hitmen were shown hoardings of Dombivali businessman-politician
Cops: Hitmen were shown hoardings of Dombivali businessman-politician

The hitmen went on to locate the politician’s house twice before they were arrested, investigators said.

BMC asks Deonar abattoir to shut shop
BMC asks Deonar abattoir to shut shop

Butchers slaughtering cows at the Deonar abattoir were ordered to shut shop by the BMC.

Displacement of Kalbadevi, Girgaum residents turns into political potboiler
Displacement of Kalbadevi, Girgaum residents turns into political potboiler

Leaders from both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena are vociferously raising concerns.

At 75, he urges youngsters to swim past ‘physical’ barriers
At 75, he urges youngsters to swim past ‘physical’ barriers

Richard Shoulberg derives inspiration from Asian Games performances.

AIB Roast: HC stay on Deepika Padukone’s arrest till March 16
AIB Roast: HC stay on Deepika Padukone’s arrest till March 16

Deepika Padukone has filed two petitions, seeking quashing of FIRs filed in Pune and Mumbai’s Tardeo police station.

Road repairs: Low bids no bar for ‘hurried’ civic body
Road repairs: Low bids no bar for ‘hurried’ civic body

Despite contractors bidding only a fraction of the estimated costs of the anticipated pre-monsoon road repairs to be undertaken over the next three months, the standing committee of the BMC passed a slew of road maintenance contracts worth Rs 23 crore on Wednesday.  The contracts were passed despite opposition from corporators who, owing to the […]

Devendra Fadnavis government scraps quota for Muslims in education
Devendra Fadnavis government scraps quota for Muslims in education

Fadnavis had earlier claimed that his government stood for the all-round development of Muslim community.

Adarsh: HC refuses to drop Ashok Chavan from accused list
Adarsh: HC refuses to drop Ashok Chavan from accused list

The court added a lot of time had already been spent during the pendency of the application.

Bombay High Court issues notice to government on rights of undertrails
Bombay High Court issues notice to government on rights of undertrails

The court had earlier appointed senior counsel to monitor the condition of these undertrials.

CM Fadnavis embarks on three-day tour of drought-hit regions
CM Fadnavis embarks on three-day tour of drought-hit regions

Fadnavis held interactions with farmers and widows reeling under drought and hailstorm across Vidarbha and Marathwada regions.

HSC exams: 20 % drop in copying, 240 cases reported in 10 days
HSC exams: 20 % drop in copying, 240 cases reported in 10 days

Officials said that 173 cases of copying and malpractices were reported on the very first day of the HSC exams in 2014.

Medical student who donated part of liver to father is face of organ donation campaign
Medical student who donated part of liver to father is face of organ donation campaign

Juhi Parmar, an MBBS student, donated 70 per cent of her liver to her ailing father, a Hepatitis C patient.

What’s Love Got to Do With It?
What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Two young independent women tell us about the howlers of being on matrimonial websites.

Fight for Dignity
Fight for Dignity

Payal Tiwari’s documentary, Toilet Torture, offers a disturbing view of the daily sanitation struggles of women in Mumbai’s slums.

Techie murder case: Father recognised girl’s body after identifying ring on her finger
Techie murder case: Father recognised girl’s body after identifying ring on her finger

Offering to drop her off at her hostel, Sanap, had abducted the software engineer from LTT.

BMC seeks relief from immediate closure of dumping grounds
BMC seeks relief from immediate closure of dumping grounds

According to Kunte, Mumbai generates 9,400 tonne of municipal solid waste and 1,000 tonne of debris.

To have witness protection law soon, state tells HC
To have witness protection law soon, state tells HC

“The move to bring about a legislation in this regard is certainly welcome,” said Justices A S Oka and A K Menon.

Tenders awarded to private developers for revamp cancelled
Tenders awarded to private developers for revamp cancelled

The state public works development issued a notification last Thursday deciding to axe the tenders for redeveloping the colony.