Due to the pandemic and the restrictions, Ganpati visarjan and celebrations in the city will be a low-key affair
A Mumbai non-profit organisation believes there is a green way to pay homage to our frontline fighters; says there can be no better memorial
According to the police, Dinesh Laxman Narkar was found dead inside the toilet by a prison guard at 9 pm on Wednesday
Several parts of Mumbai were affected as the usual hotspots saw water-logging; sea water entered Bandra slum; more rain in the next two days
Twelve days after his bike was stolen from his uncle's place in Kamothe, an e-challan has brought some hope for a Prabhadevi resident
There is no clarity on how the state's most popular festival will be celebrated due to social distancing norms and other rules
Priya, a private sector professional and Prasad Vijay Sawant, an artist, are residents of Botawala building in Prabhadevi
G South ward, which includes areas such as Worli, Prabhadevi, Lower Parel and Mahalaxmi is among the highest affected areas across the city
According to the Medical Education and Drugs Department data, 45 persons have succumbed to the deadly pathogen till now in Maharashtra, a mortality rate of 6.01 per cent.
Sale of fugitive businessman Nirav Modi's luxury collection begins online tomorrow, while the physical sale follows on March 5
Rashmi Savardekar, 58, a resident of Bhabrekar Nagar in Charkop went shopping with her daughter at Inorbit Mall in Malad, on February 1.
Shrunk workforce of government telecom major is struggling to handle 125 exchanges across Mumbai and several call centres.
No injuries were reported in the incident.
We go back to this hole-in-the-wall cutesy cafe in Prabhadevi that is serving eggs every way it can and winning hearts with its easy-on-the-pocket fare
The Crime Branch tracked down her parents last evening in Navi Mumbai's Rabale.
In a major development in the Mahim murder case of Bennett Rebello, a limbless upper body was found floating in the Arabian Sea
Lieutenant General DS Ahuja, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, Chief of Staff Southern Command, the senior most serving sapper officer in Southern Command, laid a commemorative wreath at the National War Memorial
The work, which will go on from 1.25 am to 5.25 am every night for 40 days, started post midnight on November 13.
Put together by an oral history project, a two-day exhibition will feature the stories of India's first citizens - childhood memories to socio-cultural ideologies
A one-act play explores gay romance against the backdrop of 1993's Hindu-Muslim riots