CM Devendra Fadnavis, who chaired the meeting, directed the General Administration Department to take initiative and organise year-long plans to highlight the pioneering work of Mohite-Patil till January 14 next year to mark his birth centenary
T27C1 was captured after it killed two persons and injured three others
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) recently conducted a study on the implementation of the Baliraja Chetana Abhiyan (BCA) in Osmanabad district in 2016 to counter distress among farmers
The parents — Jayanta Chakraborty and wife Tumpa — are both beggars. While the incident, according to them, occurred on September 3, the baby was admitted to Calcutta National Medical College (CNMC) a good fortnight later on Monday.
The special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court is likely to frame charges against the 23 accused during the next hearing
Delamanid is a newer drug that is used for patients who have stopped responding to first and second line treatment of TB drugs
The anganwadi workers have been on indefinite strike since September 11, demanding hike in their honorarium
Unlike in Karnataka, the government in Maharashtra decides the start date for the crushing season. Mills that start early face penal action, which includes a fine of Rs 500 per tonne of cane crushed
The online process will be mandatory for all permissions and proposals related to sugar cooperative sector in Maharashtra from the 2017-18 sugarcane crushing season
Palghar received the highest amount of rain at 243 mm in the past two days. The total rainfall that the district received in September now stands at 350 mm
According to hospital staff, admissions rise by 15-20 per cent as cases of stray animals meeting with accidents are higher during monsoon
In all, 161 cancellations including 77 arrivals and 84 departures were recorded from midnight till 8 pm. There was only one diversion and six go-arounds, said officials
The Spice Jet aircraft, SG 703 Varanasi-Mumbai, was carrying 183 passengers, who were deplaned safely
The BMC’s internal report after August 29 had pointed to this lack of coordination
This year’s Rosh Hashanah will mark the commencement of the 5,778th year of the Jewish calendar
The abetment to suicide case, earlier being investigated by the Bandra police, will now be probed by unit 5 of the crime branch
According to the police, Maitri Shah, a first-year student at Mithibai College, was returning to her house in Vasai when she fell off the train at 7.20 pm, the police said
Police register second FIR against Kaskar, two aides
Show must go on, say singers, artistes and Garba enthusiasts
In the August 29 flooding, areas like Shantivan, Shantidwar and Shrikrishna complex in Borivali east were under eight feet-deep water
The Water Resources Department has ordered a probe into the “poor quality embankment work” at the 60-km canal, that originates from the Ganga at Kahalgaon and is meant to irrigate 21,700 hectares in Bihar and 4,000 hectares in Jharkhand.
Preparations for Under-17 FIFA World Cup stalled
70 per cent cabs, rickshaws stay off roads; traffic smooth despite heavy rain, say police
The bail plea of 26-year-old Abhishek Ghildiyal was rejected with the court observing that investigation of such offences was a “difficult” task for the investigating agency and that the case was at the initial stage
Demands Rs 33.15 cr towards rent and accumulative interest, writes to CM against Draft Development Plan proposal to reserve plot as playground
“The maximum deaths in the past few years were not after sunset, but between 12 and 3 in the afternoon,” says a senior official at the Goa Secretariat, now tasked with helping the government form rules for drinking in public places.
NDRF in a statement said, "The incident happened in the evening. Pimpaldoh lake has breached causing 35 people to be marooned in Parit vasti of Valunj village. Some correction in name of village and number of people marooned. It's raining since afternoon in the area."
"It has been observed that some of the MLA's are making public statements regarding availability of drugs and nexus between the drug peddlers and some police officials," the chief minister has said in a letter.
Mumbai rain: Mumbai airport's air services badly hit with at least 108 flights cancelled and 51 diverted to nearby airports till this morning.
Thousands of broken or semi-dissolved idols of Ganesha made of plaster of paris and coated with toxic chemicals such as mercury, cadmium, lead, and carbon were immersed in the Yamuna on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi which commenced late last month.
The BMC said waterlogging was reported at several places, including Hindmata, Sion, Veera Desai Road, Air India Colony, Milan Subway, Andheri Subway, Bandra, Dahisar, Chembur and Mankhurd.
The National Green Tribunal passed the order as it disposed of a plea by NGO Akhand Bharat Morcha alleging that illegal use of loudspeakers at such places adversely affected the health of the residents living in their vicinity.
Hyderabad: A 27-year-old man allegedly posed as a VIP and took over a city-based software company after threatening the firm's two directors, Cyberabad police said.
The police have busted a racket of 'contract marriage' of local women and minor girls with men from the Middle East and Gulf countries.
The MMRDA also plans to improve accessibility to Metro and suburban stations. “There will be online display at stations informing which bus is likely to come at what time,” the official added.
The actress said in her police complaint that three drunken men had stopped her car near Siriti crossing at 1 am when it had brushed past a man standing on the road.