Nepal's happiness "gives us joy", Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here Tuesday on his second visit to the Himalayan country in 100 days as both sides inked 10 agreements, including on $1 billion assistance to Nepal
While constructions mushroom around Mumbai with various permissions from BMC, it does not seem to be bothered about redeveloping its own buildings, to the disappointment of its staff and their families
Railway officials and commuters are now questioning the GRP's practices, with many claiming that the cops are either sloppy in their job, or intentionally avoid identification to evade more work
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis says it will be made 'as efficient as MMRDA in Mumbai'; he also spoke about the Pune Metro and bringing the PMPML back on track
On the birth anniversary of Dr Verghese Kurien today, here are some interesting and lesser known facts about the man behind Operation Flood who made India the largest milk producer in the world
With some colleges registering failure rates of up to 80 to 85 per cent, students and principals blamed the dismal performance on a series of changes in the exam and evaluation patterns
The state CID's annual crime report gives little cause to cheer, what with molestation, sexual harassment, kidnapping and rape reporting a rise in 2013, as opposed to 2012
Hours after mid-day's report on how a shop owner had taken over the sole car lift at a mall and converted it into a garments shop, the shop was demolished yesterday
The Boatman, a book by former aid worker John Burbidge, is set in India during the early 1980s, unearthing facets and talking about Mumbai landmarks which were part of a thriving but subterranean gay scene
Even after the cops managed to regain custody of the man, who had plunged from a bridge over Mithi River in BKC, API Arjun Jagdale wept thinking that had the thief died
The Floating Advance Casualty Complex was inaugurated in September to provide quick treatment to road accident victims; two months later, the two ambulances are yet to move a single inch from their parking lot in a Vashi hospital
With a PIL on the weighty issue of school bags making its way to the Bombay HC, the government set up an eight-member panel yesterday to come up with solutions
Taking potshots at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi without naming him, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray today said "a dry Marathwada" was left behind after "the wave" had passed
Crime against women, including rape, molestation and chain snatching, have risen sharply in the metropolis in 2013-14, while conviction rate of serious offences fell to an abysmal low of eight per cent, showed a report complied by an NGO
Gangster Abu Salem today filed an application in the special TADA court seeking a ban on a book written by a former journalist, titled 'My name is Abu Salem'
Black umbrellas were used in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday with slogans painted on it to highlight the demand for bringing black money stashed abroad
A bill to bring four institutes of information technology under the ambit of a single authority was today taken up in Lok Sabha, a move that was welcomed by members from across the political spectrum
Advising the Maharashtra Government to revise its weapon policy every three years, the Bombay High Court has observed that high ranking police officers lost their lives during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks because the arms they possessed were not appropriate
Congress threatens to launch state-wide agitation to press for CBI probe into Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's possible role in chitfund scam
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Haryana Police today continued its search on the premises of Satlok Ashram in Barwala town and recovered more articles including burnt JCB machine and a large quantity of material used for manufacturing of "petrol bomb"
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