Entertainment

Abhishek Bachchan on Manmarziyaan row

Actor Abhishek Bachchan today defended the decision of the makers to delete three scenes from Manmarziyaan.

shree narayan singh on his new film batti gul meter chalu

Shree Narayan Singh says he has seen all the problems that a common man goes through and this is why they find a space in his cinema. "Since I have faced real issues, I can connect with it," he says.

Kaun Banega Crorepati 10 kbc play along

Amitabh Bachchan-hosted Kaun Banega Crorepati 10 airs every Monday-Friday at 9 pm on Sony Entertainment Television. The audience at home can now participate in KBC 10 via the KBC Play Along feature on Sony Liv app.

Technology

All three smart speakers cater to a different set of audience, with the Echo Show being the premium most. (Express photo/Anuj Bhatia)

All three smart speakers cater to a different set of audience, with the Echo Show being the premium most, the Echo Plus taking the middle position, and the Echo Dot being an entry-level model.

As per renders, this rumored device features a detachable keyboard, thin build, similar to Apple iPad Pro, along with USB Type-C port and stereo speakers.

OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6 Android Pie update, OnePlus 6 Android 9 update, OnePlus 6 Android 9, OnePlus 6 Android update, Download Android Pie on OP6

OnePlus has announced that the Android 9.0 Pie update is now rolling out to the OnePlus 6. The company is expected to announce its OnePlus 6T in October

Mumbai News

Ban on DJ, Dolby systems to stay for Ganesh immersion, Navratri: Bombay High Court
Ban on DJ, Dolby systems to stay for Ganesh immersion, Navratri: Bombay High Court

The bench took note of the submissions made by the state government at the previous hearing, where Advocate General Ashutosh Kumbhakoni had said that DJ and Dolby audio systems are a major source of noise pollution.

Maharashtra: Shiv Sena asks govt to issue ordinance for construction of Ram Temple
Maharashtra: Shiv Sena asks govt to issue ordinance for construction of Ram Temple

The Sena said notwithstanding a court verdict, there is a feeling that there should be a solution when it comes to Hindu sentiments as well.

150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi: Promotion of khadi clothes, mobile app, training centre in the pipeline
150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi: Promotion of khadi clothes, mobile app, training centre in the pipeline

An official said the Union government had planned national and international-level celebrations to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Gandhiji.

Helping hands for Haj pilgrims to fly in and out of Mumbai airport

With 16,000 pilgrims flying out of Mumbai alone in 52 flights beginning July 29, airport authorities and the Haj Committee of India have made massive preparations to ensure a smooth experience for passengers.

Mumbai: Help fined Rs 500 for injuring toddler with hot iron
Mumbai: Help fined Rs 500 for injuring toddler with hot iron

The accused had denied the charge stating that when he was asked to iron clothes by his employer, he had refused because he was tired. He added that he had not caused the burns and that his employer had beaten him up.

Mumbai: As Muharram starts today, Shia Muslims to take out processions
Mumbai: As Muharram starts today, Shia Muslims to take out processions

In order to ensure that there are no traffic snarls, the Mumbai Police have released a list of traffic diversions for the movement of vehicles in South Mumbai for Muharram processions on Friday.

Mumbai: Driver arrested for stalking former employer’s wife
Mumbai: Driver arrested for stalking former employer’s wife

According to police sources, the driver was sacked by the woman’s husband, a businessman, two months ago, for allegedly misbehaving with his wife.

Andheri fake call centres: Mira Road resident bought data of US citizens, say police
Andheri fake call centres: Mira Road resident bought data of US citizens, say police

Shahu (35), the third person to be arrested, not only purchased the data of the US nationals, but also allegedly converted gift cards taken from the Americans into cash.

Mumbai: Woman molested in train, one arrested
Mumbai: Woman molested in train, one arrested

“The accused allegedly touched the woman inappropriately multiple times and despite the woman confronting him and taking a picture of him, he did not stop and later got off the train,” said an officer.

Mumbai: DaanUtsav to begin from October 2
Mumbai: DaanUtsav to begin from October 2

In recognition and appreciation of our voluntary participation, the global ‘Giving Tuesday’ initiative is now observed in India as well, and falls on the Tuesday of the DaanUtsav week,” urged a letter released by the organisers.

Mumbai: Nashik woman moves Bombay HC to terminate 29-week pregnancy
Mumbai: Nashik woman moves Bombay HC to terminate 29-week pregnancy

The petition, filed on Monday through advocate Kuldeep Nikam, stated that the woman and her husband already had a baby boy who was a special child and they were “taking the best possible care” of the boy.

Mumbai: Bombay High Court allows disabled person to reconstruct shop razed by BMC
Mumbai: Bombay High Court allows disabled person to reconstruct shop razed by BMC

The petitioner, Mohammad Sayed Nagori Rizvi, a resident of Bandra, alleged that his shop had been demolished on December 16, 2016, without following due process of law.

Mumbai: New Cuffe Parade project comes under us, says MahaRERA
Mumbai: New Cuffe Parade project comes under us, says MahaRERA

In case of the New Cuffe Parade project at Wadala, four of the towers were granted part OC for ground to 40th floor by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority on June 8, 2017, a month before the RERA came into being.

Mumbra bypass: 22-year-old man dies
Mumbra bypass: 22-year-old man dies

“Shaikh was on a two-wheeler when a truck rammed into his bike. When Shaikh fell, the truck driver ran him over and fled the spot,” said an officer from Mumbra police station.

Sensors in shoe braces: How doctors plan to monitor treatment of club feet
Sensors in shoe braces: How doctors plan to monitor treatment of club feet

Club foot is a birth defect, with an incidence of one in 800 births, in which a child’s feet are out of shape or twisted.

Mumbai: CEO of firm that duped investors may be in Nepal, say cops
Mumbai: CEO of firm that duped investors may be in Nepal, say cops

“On August 29, after a large number of investors forcibly entered the firm’s office in Saki Naka, Saksena got a sense that he was in trouble and left the country the same day,” said a senior police official.

Badlu Rangari Lane: Amid a tense Moharram in 1911, this local leader managed to keep peace
Badlu Rangari Lane: Amid a tense Moharram in 1911, this local leader managed to keep peace

The eponymous Badlu Rangari lane is a tribute to that person, whose services were all the more invaluable just months before King George V and Queen Mary were to visit India in December that year.

Mumbai: Despite CM’s promise to scrap panel, report set to be finalised
Mumbai: Despite CM’s promise to scrap panel, report set to be finalised

Legislators raised the issue during the winter session of the Assembly, and insisted that it was not right to ask MLAs to use the Right to Information Act to seek information.

Swapnil Sonavane murder case: Supply high-end camera for recording of proceedings, court asks Thane collector
Swapnil Sonavane murder case: Supply high-end camera for recording of proceedings, court asks Thane collector

The lawyer for Sonavane’s parents had claimed that the case hearings were being delayed as the video recording of the case was not happening, despite the court ruling the permission of recording the trials almost a year ago.

Mumbai: Screw stuck in chest after it comes loose in spine surgery
Mumbai: Screw stuck in chest after it comes loose in spine surgery

In a complicated operation being planned in Gokuldas Tejpal (GT) Hospital, doctors will now attempt to remove the screw from the 41-year-old labourer’s chest and re-conduct the entire spine surgery.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement