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Drunk driving accused sent to jail

Shivani Surjeet Bali on the day she was caught for drunk driving on June 16

The 42-year-old woman who was caught for drunk driving in the early hours of June 16 by the Bandra Traffic police finally appeared before a magistrate’s court on Monday, i.e.

Western Railway to launch new version of ticket app

 Union Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu (Photo: PTI)

From Wednesday, Western Railway (WR) commuters can forget about snaking ticketing queues as the WR, in the afternoon the same day, will launch an updated version of the application called UTS (Unreser

Security threat still a hurdle for drones

Security agencies still consider drones as a potentially deadly weapon in the hands of terrorists or anti-social elements and have therefore continued their ban on the same.

Lepto rears ugly head in city again

The city has witnessed an unprecedented surge in leptospirosis cases this monsoon.

FM Sudhir Mungantiwar stresses on rate contract

Has asked for a report on all purchases made in the last 10 yrs from all departments

Taxis failing test drive: Unions

Taxi unions claimed that many of their taxis were failing the recalibration test drive at the Worli test track because the track had been encroached upon by private vehicles however the legal metrolog

Three held for beating thief to death

Three workers beat a young roadside thief to death after he entered a godown where they worked and slept in Saki Naka area of Andheri (east) early on Tuesday.

Move over ‘selfie’, ‘velfie’ is new craze

Move over selfie, India is embracing the “velfie” with Bollywood stars, sporting heroes and even politicians taking and posting videos of themselves online using a range of new mobile apps.

CAG slams censor board for irregular conversions

The censor board has been slammed by the CAG for flouting several norms that led to irregular conversion of ‘A’ category films into ‘UA’ and ‘U’ and also for alleged fabrication of documents and favou

Aadhar scam busted in Thane

MNS activists ransacked Vanita Ashok Dudhe’s office in Thane’s Dyaneshwar Nagar on Tuesday (Photo: Deepak Kurkunde)

A 40-year-old woman had been arrested by the Wagle Estate police in Thane for allegedly running a racket where she gave Aadhar cards to people who lacked necessary paperwork by making fake documents.

On Sunday, July 5, another chapter opened in the odyssey of Greece’s tortured relations with the eurozone.

The latest controversy over Air India reminds me of Singapore Airlines (SIA) dropping out of the bidding in 2001 when the national carrier hoped that partial privatisation would raise enough money to