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Families tilting in favour of home schooling kids

In light of school education becoming dearer, the concept of home schooling has slowly started taking root in the minds of parents.

High on fees, low on regulation

Mumbai is seeing a spurt in international schools as not only are new schools coming up, but even the existing ones are shifting to non-state boards.

Weak drug dispensing system behind city’s TB boom

Sewri TB Hospital

Non-adherence to right dosage for multi-drug resistant TB can lead to a more criticial version

Free cataract operations underway in state, a hit

A massive campaign for treating cataract has been initiated by the health department of the state government under which free cataract operations are being carried out by 120 ophthalmologists in 98 ce

Is the bottled water you are drinking causing cancer?

A study carried out by the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre has revealed that samples of packaged drinking water from the city have been found to contain levels of bromate, chlorite and chlorate higher t

Growth revival to boost truck sales

The medium and heavy commercial vehicle (MHCV) segment will see volume growth of 13 to 17 per cent next fiscal and drive the commercial vehicle (CV) sector, while light commercial vehicles (LCVs) will

Shiv Sena still not on board with BJP on Nuclear power project

As India and the United States on Sunday reached a breakthrough over nuclear energy that will boost nuclear projects across the nation, Shiv Sena, the BJP’s ally, reiterated its stand against the Jait

Ease of travel the main focus

While the concept note for selection of smart cities is yet to be finalised, the Union government has come up with some benchmarks to denote such cities.

Stopped for drunk driving, man bites off cop’s finger

Two drunk men on a motorbike allegedly slapped a police constable and bit off his little finger when the latter tried to stop them in an incident that took place at Borivali early on Sunday morning.

Stopped for drunk driving, man bites off cop’s finger

Two drunk men on a motorbike allegedly slapped a police constable and bit off his little finger when the latter tried to stop them in an incident that took place at Borivali early on Sunday morning.

These are two prize-winning books, which became critically acclaimed plays and now, if the reviews are to be believed, they are going to create television history as a prime-time series.

There are several ways of looking at the debates around freedom of speech.