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Vijay Hazare Trophy: Wasim Jaffer sends Mumbai through to quarters, Delhi home

Mumbai beat Delhi by six wickets to enter Vijay Hazare trophy quaters; Punjab also through.

Man held with pistol, live ammo at LTT

Photos of Dawood, Bin Laden, Qasab found on his cellphone, say cops.

Read more: LTT, Mumbai

‘Arrested electrical inspector possesses Rs 9 cr, owns 5 flats’

Pol and Kadam were trapped after the ACB received a complaint from a company that liaisons with the state government and private builders.

Read more: acb, Mumbai

Mumbai University security dept asks BMC to remove encroachment outside Kalina campus

The university has been grappling with the issue of encroachment and trespassing at both its entrances for over a decade now.

BMC prepares to take charge of new roads, flyovers for maintenance

The norm is that agencies in charge of infrastructure creation such as the MMRDA are to construct roads and then hand them over to the BMC for maintenance.

Bombay HC wants surprise checks of toilets in BMC schools

The court was hearing a PIL filed by Bhagvanji Raiyani referring to the issue of toilet facilities in schools under the jurisdiction of the municipal corporation.

Read more: Mumbai, sanitation

JBIMS summer placements offer higher stipend, but fewer firms turn up on campus

The number of participating companies, however, went down from 71 in 2013 (as against a registration of 75 firms) to 65 (71 had registered) this year.

Read more: JIBM, Mumbai

Bombay HC gives ‘last chance’ to state to take a call on CCTVs inside police lock-ups

The court also directed the state government to appoint a special public prosecutor, assisted by a woman prosecutor.


A month on, blame game begins over baby’s death due to acute malnutrition

MLA Suresh Narayan Lad blames the zila parishad for not supervising and appointing officials to monitor schemes run by govt for children.

Read more: malnutrition, Mumbai

Children taught life lessons via puppets

Over 30 children from different schools across the city attended the event last week.

Read more: Mumbai, puppet show

Amid buzz of more desertions, Cong hits out at latest defector

Says it had ‘virtually discarded’ Gurudas Kamat’s nephew Sameer Desai for his poor ground support.

After Raj Thackeray, fake Twitter accounts with ‘derogatory’ content in his children’s name

Earlier this year, fake accounts in Raj Thackeray’s name was also been found to be using abusive language.

Read more: MNS, Mumbai, Raj Thackeray

Ahead of 26/11 attacks anniversary, RPF beefs up security at railway stations

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) was one of the sites that was targeted.

Read more: 2611, Mumbai

Relief for infra projects as CM okays new appraisal team

Around 400 projects were stuck as the tenure of the State Expert Appraisal Committee-2 members concluded in July.


An open secret: No place for kids to squat

Children in slums have little option but to defecate in the open; even toilets constructed by BMC do not have child-sized squatting facility.