Despite testing negative for COVID-19 twice and staying in quarantine for almost one month, a 17-year-old from Mumbai who was brought back from Italy, is still waiting for officials to give her the green signal to go home
Kotecha also shot off a letter to the chief minister highlighting the problem elaborating that the contractor assigned for the task did not have enough vehicles to transport the essential commodities from the government's godown at Borivli
Local authorities and citizens rope in around 400 Swiggy and Zomato delivery boys to deliver bulk orders; vegetable vendors will come directly to society compounds to ensure less movement on roads
'We are grappling with an unprecedented crisis and such times require unprecedented responses. We are accessible at all times, citizens may contact us,' he said
Mumbai police taste success in some areas, exasperation in others as hordes rush to vegetable markets, grocers to stock up
On first day of full lockdown, people who thronged stations were turned away and those trying to rush out of town by road were blocked at city borders and sent back home.
The company did not have a license to produce sanitizers.
The society denied saying that the matter was related to the coronavirus and claimed the owner had not informed the committee about their arrival
mid-day finds chemists selling N95 respirators at three times the price, while others pass off surgical masks as the real thing
Yes Bank account holders wake up Friday morning to find themselves in PMC depositors' shoes, not convinced by RBI's word that moratorium to last only till April 3
We must see at least one person on duty near escalators and elevators in all public buildings
A two-year-old lost three fingers of his right hand when it got stuck in an escalator inside R-Mall on Tuesday
Casual visit to Mulund mall turns into a nightmare for Bhandup family as child mistakenly tries to walk up a descending escalator
Thane Municipal Transport employees are forced to work on the street as BMC demolishes their bus junction and cash office in Mulund; Thane mayor says they are looking for a working space
The body of the deceased has been sent for post-mortem and the police have launched a hunt for the accused.
The reptile was released in the wild after a medical examination certified that it was fit
Instead of helping the woman, the crowd in the train was heckling her for boarding the first-class general compartment and not the ladies compartment.
The man had visited a house in Mulund and claimed that he possess a magical power through which he can double money or gold.
The two girls were on their way home from tuition class around when the shopkeeper asked one of the girls to remove her garments
An offence was registered against two persons under IPC section 420 (cheating) and 34 (common intention).