E-paper
  • Let's not forget Australia's poor record too

    Australia’s legendary cricketer Glenn McGrath has called for an all-pace attack to demolish India in the December 4 opening Test of the four-match Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Brisbane

  • Cops need to tackle crime, not suppress it

    On Thursday, a tailor who wanted to confess to murdering his best friend was turned away from two police stations, both claiming that the crime didn’t occur in their jurisdiction

  • Commuters must do their bit to mitigate risks

    On Tuesday, November 18, the Government Railway Police statistics revealed that 13 people died and 13 got injured while in the train, or trying to cross the tracks

  • Street art must find permanent place in city

    The St+art India Foundation’s almost month-long street art festival, has taken off in Mumbai

  • Make clean public toilets a priority

    Today, November 19, the world marks Toilet Day. That the world needs a Toilet Day may seem ludicrous to some, but it highlights the importance of hygiene and throws the spotlight on how so much of the world still has no access to this most basic of sanitation facilities

  • Give unclaimed bodies some dignity in death

    Unclaimed bodies have been piling up at the four state-run post-mortem centres in the city since January even though the rulebook states that the respective police stations have to dispose of the bodies within 15 days

  • Parsi community needs to adopt inclusive approach

    Jiyo Parsi, a Government of India supported scheme to arrest the decline in population of the Parsi Zoroastrian community in India, launched its advertisement campaign a week ago, with a conference held at the Cama Oriental Institute

  • Mudgal report must propel complete action

    It is credibility crisis time for cricket once again as the spotlight has turned to match-fixing.

  • Beef up bureau to trace missing kids

    Today, on Children’s Day, November 14, there has been a slew of events planned for kids right across the city

  • Abolish modern slavery once and for all

    On November 7 and November 10, this paper had published front-page accounts of 27-year-old Lokesh Sapaliga from Andheri and 22-year-old Narender Singh from Punjab

  • Shopkeepers must keep firefighting equipment

    It is fortunate that no lives were lost in the blaze that gutted five shops during Diwali at the Janata Market at Turbhe, Navi Mumbai

  • One B-town glass ceiling shattered, many to go

    Supreme Court’s ruling that women should not be banned from doing actors’ make-up comes as a relief after decades of injustice to women in the film industry

  • Cricket'€™s great rivalry shouldn't be ruined

    Cricket’s greatest rivalry is the Ashes for which England and Australia fight tooth and nail. India vs Australia is the next best rivalry now that India vs Pakistan cricket clashes are few and far between and held only after government clearance

  • Leave communal issues out of cleanliness drive

    First-term Congress Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) Nitesh Rane has stirred a controversy with remarks that he wants to begin Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Clean India’ campaign from Mumbai by “cleaning” the city of Gujaratis

  • Grounds are for sports, not entertainment

    Budding cricketers in Thane have nowhere to play, as the popular Dadoji Konddev stadium has been shut since the monsoon

  • Bring the traffic bullies into line

    A Khar media professional’s insistence on following traffic rules and refusal to kowtow to VIP culture led to him being hit on the back with a lathi and threatened with a gun recently

  • Strike while the iron is hot

    The hullabaloo surrounding the autobiography of cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and his views on former coach Greg Chappell have stirred the cricketing pot that is usually laced with diplomatic homilies. 

  • Root out illicit liquor brewing scam at SGNP

    Yesterday, this paper ran a front-page investigative report supported by extensive pictures, about how illicit liquor dens are flourishing inside the city’s Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP)

  • Tackling dengue a collective responsibility

    As dengue continues to fill hospital beds and even consume lives at its most extreme, it is evident that Mumbai needs to look deeply and carefully at the malaise sweeping through the city

  • Congrats Mr CM, your work starts now

    Now that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has finished its swearing-in and Devendra Fadnavis has taken oath as CM of Maharashtra, the time for debates and controversies hopefully is over