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  • mid-day editorial: Leave the judging to the court

    Celebrations are in order for the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community, as the Supreme Court will now hear curative petitions seeking re-examination of Section 377, which criminalises sexual activity between consenting adults of the same sex

  • mid-day editorial: Let's ensure Murud tragedy isn't repeated

    What was supposed to be a fun-filled day-long picnic at Murud beach in Alibaug turned into a nightmare for a group of students from a Pune college after 14 of them drowned in the sea

  • mid-day editorial: Win-win situation for World T20

    Leave alone winning tournaments, not many teams come to Australia and beat the hosts in four consecutive limited overs games

  • mid-day editorial: Let's nurture tennis talent, on the double

    The tricolour flew high Down Under, as top-seeded women’s doubles pair, Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis beat Czech seventh seeds, Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka 7-6 (1), 6-3 to win the Australian Open crown in Melbourne yesterday

  • mid-day editorial: Let's bring the pagadi debate home

    BJP housing minister Prakash Mehta has gone from tenant enemy No 1 to friend and ally, after he rolled back a proposal which had Mumbai's pagadi-paying set quiver and shiver

  • mid-day editorial: Off with sexism in the name of god

    The Shani Shingnapur Temple is in the midst of a raging controversy following the failed attempt by a group of women to enter the sanctum sanctorum

  • mid-day editorial: Overcrowded jails need a bail out

    Yesterday, this paper ran a front page report on a city non-profit, helping undertrials who are not able to afford bail

  • mid-day editorial: The ISIS threat can no longer be ignored

    With fresh reports coming in about the spreading threat of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), there can now be no doubt that the terror network has spread its tentacles in India as well

  • mid-day editorial: Make a statement, stop speculation

    After months of speculation, what film followers used to call Bollywood’s most stylish couple, actor-director Farhan Akhtar and wife Adhuna Akhtar, announced their split after 16 years of marriage, just the latest in what is season splitsville on Bollywood.

  • mid-day editorial: Caste discrimination: Sack errant professors

    The unfortunate death of Rohith Vemula, a PhD scholar at Hyderabad University, has brought into sharp focus the blatant caste discrimination faced by Dalit students in our education institutions, especially those of higher learning.

  • mid-day editorial: Listen to the change around you

    Yesterday, this paper ran an extensive front page report on the working of an app called Aapro App, a Parsi exclusive app that is aimed at encouraging youngsters in the community to date, marry and then mate, in an effort to increase numbers

  • mid-day editorial: CCTVs that work are a must

    Thane railway station, the hub for both local and outstation trains, has 35 CCTV cameras installed all over the station

  • mid-day editorial: Let it not be disadvantage, tennis

    Tennis suffered a severe dent to its reputation yesterday on the first day of the Australian Open

  • mid-day editorial: Help athletes focus on running

    I t was memorable Sunday for long distance running aficionados in Mumbai yesterday

  • mid-day editorial: Get into the spirit of the race

    With the clock ticking for the 13th edition of the Mumbai marathon, it is time for the city to get into the spirit of the race

  • mid-day editorial: Don't open public spaces to misuse

    The contentious open spaces policy was passed on Wednesday by the BMC, despite many objections by a slew of NGOs and common citizens

  • mid-day editorial: Protecting artistic freedom is no joke

    As the news came in of entertainer Kiku Sharda being sent to 14 days of judicial custody for mimicking Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, several questions came up

  • mid-day editorial: Carry on, commissioner

    A demolition drive started by E Ravindran, commissioner of the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC), has gained considerable public support in Kalyan, but has not found similar backing from politicians

  • mid-day editorial: Lives matter more than likes

    The selfie mania claimed yet more lives this weekend as three teenage girls fell into the sea after they clambered onto the slippery rocks at Bandra Bandstand to click pictures

  • mid-day editorial: Don't rob Mumbai of its crown jewel

    As night racing made it debut this Mumbai racing season on Saturday, the green emerald of SoBo glittered and mesmerised all