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During the monsoon, holiday spots could be dangerous

During the monsoon, holiday spots could be dangerous

This edit space has repeatedly highlighted the dangers of water, slippery rocks, even ankle-high water which may seem deceptively safe, especially in this season... [Read More]

21 July,2024 05:06 AM IST | Mumbai | The Editorial
Let’s strive to be the voice of those without one

Let’s strive to be the voice of those without one

A deaf person actually spoke out at the event how deaf/speech-impaired women especially are taken advantage of because they are unable to speak and are even more vulnerable as a result... [Read More]

19 July,2024 05:33 AM IST | Mumbai | The Editorial
Careful, social media can cause permanent damage

Careful, social media can cause permanent damage

If it is proved that it was wrong, people may put a question mark over any kind of information/advisory posted by official sources. That is the danger of a dent to credibility... [Read More]

19 July,2024 07:00 AM IST | Mumbai | The Editorial
There’s always a solution if we look for one

There’s always a solution if we look for one

The removal of all stalls on platform 10 is an important step. The island platform was always crowded. We would like to congratulate whoever is responsible,” another commuter, Rakesh Ranjan, said... [Read More]

17 July,2024 06:51 AM IST | Mumbai | The Editorial
Standing up to bullies is the only way to tackle them

Standing up to bullies is the only way to tackle them

This seems like an old-style horror movie where the villain and his henchmen extort a village and everybody is too afraid to complain or resist as they face dire consequences... [Read More]

16 July,2024 06:46 AM IST | Mumbai | The Editorial
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IN PHOTOS: Local train motormen protest over poor sanitation at CSMT

IN PHOTOS: Local train motormen protest over poor sanitation at CSMT

The entire staff of the local train motormen is protesting by sitting in the main hall of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) due to severe sanitation issues. Pics/ Ashish Raje... [Read More]

22 July,2024 02:30 PM IST | Mumbai
PM Modi criticises Oppn for undemocratic actions, misuse of Parliament

PM Modi criticises Oppn for undemocratic actions, misuse of Parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has criticised the opposition for engaging in "negative politics" and misusing Parliament to conceal their political failures. He emphasised that Parliament should serve the country rather than party interests. Pics/ PTI... [Read More]

22 July,2024 02:30 PM IST
IN PHOTOS | Paris Olympics 2024: The city prepares for the sports extravaganza

IN PHOTOS | Paris Olympics 2024: The city prepares for the sports extravaganza

As the opening ceremony of Paris Olympics 2024 draws near, the organisers have indicated that the city is ready to host athletes and fans for the sports extravaganza. Swimming through complaints and controversies, Paris is all set to welcome the 19-day event. (Report and Images: AFP)... [Read More]

22 July,2024 02:11 PM IST
Divyanka Tripathi, Vivek Dahiya's romantic Europe vacation in pictures

Divyanka Tripathi, Vivek Dahiya's romantic Europe vacation in pictures

Television actor-couple Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya have dropped some romantic pictures from their European vacation. Have a look. ... [Read More]

22 July,2024 12:59 PM IST
Tishaa Kumar Funeral: Riteish Deshmukh, Divya Khosla, Sajid Khan & others attend

Tishaa Kumar Funeral: Riteish Deshmukh, Divya Khosla, Sajid Khan & others attend

Tishaa Kumar Funeral: Daughter of Krishan Kumar and cousin of T-Series head honcho Bhushan Kumar, has passed away at the age of 20. Today, the funeral of the young woman was held at Ville Parle crematorium, Ville Parle West, and celebrities including Riteish Deshmukh, Farah Khan, and others attended to pay their last respects.... [Read More]

22 July,2024 12:31 PM IST
IN PHOTOS: Glimpses from the Chikhal Kalo Festival in Goa's Marcel this monsoon

IN PHOTOS: Glimpses from the Chikhal Kalo Festival in Goa's Marcel this monsoon

The vibrant Chikhal Kalo Festival concluded with a spectacular array of activities at the Shree Devki Krishna Temple ground, Marcel, marking the end of a three-day celebration that has significantly contributed to the spiritual essence of Goa’s culture and traditions.... [Read More]

21 July,2024 11:21 PM IST
Spotted in the city: Kajol, Kangana Ranaut, Sonu Nigam and others

Spotted in the city: Kajol, Kangana Ranaut, Sonu Nigam and others

Spotted in the city: It`s time to sit back and flip through pictures of celebrities who made an appearance in the city throughout the day... [Read More]

21 July,2024 08:20 PM IST
IN PHOTOS: People, cars wade through waterlogged streets as heavy rains hit city

IN PHOTOS: People, cars wade through waterlogged streets as heavy rains hit city

People and vehicles in Mumbai on Sunday were seen wading through waterlogged streets as the city continued to witness heavy rains. Pics/Shadab Khan... [Read More]

21 July,2024 07:09 PM IST
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 ‘Did Khatron Ke Khiladi to show the real me’: Sumona Chakravarti | Rohit Shetty

‘Did Khatron Ke Khiladi to show the real me’: Sumona Chakravarti | Rohit Shetty

Get ready for an adrenaline-packed ride as "Khatron Ke Khiladi" Season 14 kicks off on Colors TV from 27th July! Shot in Romania, this season promises thrilling stunts and heart-pounding moments. Hosted by action director Rohit Shetty, the show features contestants including Asim Riyaz, Sumona Chakravarti, Gashmeer Mahajani, Nimrit Kaur Ahulwali, Shalin Bhanot, and Karan Veer Mehra, all facing their deepest fears. In a recent interview, Sumona Chakravarti shared her excitement about participating in the show. Known for her diverse TV roles, Sumona is now stepping into adventure to show her audience the real Sumona. Curious about the hardest task she faced? Tune in to watch the interview.... [Read More]

22 July,2024 03:11 PM IST
Mumbai rains: Continuous rains wreak havoc! Waterlogging seen in major parts

Mumbai rains: Continuous rains wreak havoc! Waterlogging seen in major parts

Heavy rains over the past two days have caused chaos in Mumbai, leading to severe waterlogging across many areas. Mumbai rains have caused issues for the daily commuters as they have been facing significant travel disruptions. The incessant monsoon showers have deeply impacted life in the city, and the situation is expected to worsen with the India Meteorological Department predicting heavy rainfall for the next 2-3 days. The IMD has issued a yellow alert for Mumbai, forecasting intense showers on Monday. Since Sunday morning, Mumbai and its suburbs have already received more than 100 mm of rainfall in just 12 hours till 8 PM on July 21.  ... [Read More]

22 July,2024 11:58 AM IST
 Four accidents in a week, A series of recurring  train Accidents

Four accidents in a week, A series of recurring train Accidents

Several train accidents have occurred across India in just one week. These train accidents in India have resulted in tragic losses of lives and injuries. Recently, in UP’s Amroha, seven coaches of a goods train derailed on July 20, followed by another incident in Rajasthan’s Alwar where three wagons derailed on July 21. Earlier, a mishap in WB’s Darjeeling and another in UP’s Gonda involving the Dibrugarh Express led to fatalities and injuries. Additionally, a goods train derailed in Gujarat’s Valsad on July 19, causing disruptions in rail services. These incidents have raised concerns, with opposition questioning the government about the consecutive train mishaps nationwide.... [Read More]

21 July,2024 05:18 PM IST
Airbus to launch first 'Made in India' H125 helicopters by 2026

Airbus to launch first 'Made in India' H125 helicopters by 2026

India is poised to achieve a significant milestone in its `Make in India` initiative with the upcoming rollout of its first domestically manufactured Airbus H125 helicopter by 2026. Sunny Guglani, Head of Airbus Helicopters in India & South Asia, highlighted the transformative impact of this development on Indian markets, terming the H125 a potential game-changer. The collaboration between the Government and TATA to produce these helicopters underscores a strategic partnership aimed at enhancing indigenous manufacturing capabilities and bolstering the aerospace sector. This initiative not only promises to strengthen India`s position in the global aviation industry but also signifies a crucial step towards self-reliance in advanced technological domains. The anticipated rollout reflects a concerted effort towards fostering innovation, economic growth, and self-sufficiency in high-tech manufacturing within the country.... [Read More]

21 July,2024 04:12 PM IST
Bangladesh protest: Woman weeps over nephew's brutal death

Bangladesh protest: Woman weeps over nephew's brutal death

Bangladesh protests are escalating over government job quotas, leading to over 100 deaths in clashes between supporters and police. A heartbreaking video shows a victim`s aunt expressing grief, saying her nephew, a student, was killed brutally despite being innocent. The protests stem from discontent over 30% job quotas favoring families of independence fighters. Youth unemployment adds to tensions, making this the largest unrest since Prime Minister Hasina`s recent re-election. Students accuse the government of targeting them unfairly, with many injured and claims of inadequate media coverage. The situation remains volatile, highlighting deep-seated grievances and societal divisions.... [Read More]

21 July,2024 01:52 PM IST
Alwar-Mathura goods train derailed: 3 coaches of goods train derailed in Alwar

Alwar-Mathura goods train derailed: 3 coaches of goods train derailed in Alwar

Alwar-Mathura goods train derailed on the Mathura-Alwar railway track early Sunday morning, July 21st. The incident involved three coaches and occurred around 2:30 am. Fortunately, no casualties were reported. The derailed train caused alarming scenes, which quickly spread on social media. According to ADRM Jaipur Manish Goyal, the derailment took place on a side line of the yard and did not affect the Delhi-Alwar main route. By 9 am, the track was cleared, allowing normal railway operations to resume. Authorities swiftly responded to the incident, ensuring minimal disruption despite the dramatic visuals of the derailment circulating widely online.... [Read More]

21 July,2024 12:50 PM IST
Bangladesh Protests: Former Foreign Secretary hints at ISI involvement

Bangladesh Protests: Former Foreign Secretary hints at ISI involvement

Massive protests in Bangladesh have escalated into violence, with clashes between students, pro-govt supporters and armed police. Former Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla expressed concerns over ongoing violence stating possibilities of Pak’s ISI and others being involved in protests. New protests defied an order barring public meetings after nearly two dozen people were killed in earlier violence. Shringla hinted at Pakistani radical elements being involved in the blood-soaking violence. Several people died in fresh Bangladesh protests, despite authorities cutting mobile telephone services to quell unrest initially sparked by student anger. The protests have been driven by demands for reform of the country`s quota system for civil service jobs. Quota reserves positions for specific groups, including descendants of freedom fighters of the 1971 War of Independence against Pak.... [Read More]

20 July,2024 09:57 PM IST
Visual tour of World’s oldest Yoga Institute in Mumbai - The Yoga Institute

Visual tour of World’s oldest Yoga Institute in Mumbai - The Yoga Institute

With the ever-increasing popularity of Yoga, there has been an exponential surge in yoga institutes across the world. But the legendary place from where the Yoga training started institutionally is nestled in the quiet by-lanes of Mumbai’s Santacruz and still continues to serve the purpose of teaching the ‘Real Yog’. In this episode of ‘Inside Access’ with Katyayani Kapoor, enter the World’s Oldest Yoga Institute In Mumbai - The Yoga Institute. With the vision of making Yoga accessible to the common man, it was founded in 1918 by Shri Yogendra, and continues to spread the light of knowledge through its extensive ecosystem. What is it like to be inside the world’s oldest yoga institute? Take this video tour.... [Read More]

20 July,2024 09:34 PM IST
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