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No bail to accused in child labour cases

According to the instructions given by Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria, all the accused arrested for employing minors from March this year are being booked under the stringent section 370 (1)

‘Kin don’t support my suit openly’

Khuzemabhai Qutbuddin

Bohra community’s late spiritual leader Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin’s half-brother Khuzemabhai Qutbuddin (74), who is contesting the appointment of Syedna’s son Mufaddal Saifuddin as his successor, on

State sanctions 45 mobile forensic labs

In an attempt to strengthen forensic labs across Maharashtra, the government has sanctioned 45 mobile forensic laboratory units across the state.

IIT Jee results out, Bandra boy shines

The Joint Entrance Exam Main results were declared on Monday but the anxiety of students turned into frustration as the official website crashed soon after the results were announced.

Cops get Pakistanis’ custody till 5th May

Accused in the Pakistani drug case being escorted to the  Ballard Pier court (Photo: Debasish Dey)

The eight Pakistani nationals held by the coast guard in the Rs 600 crore heroin bust on April 21 off the Porbandar coast were remanded to police custody till May 5 by the Ballard Pier court.

Development Plan task cut out for new BMC chief

Newly elected BMC commissioner Ajay Mehta and at the BMC office in Fort on Monday 	—Debasish Dey

Fixing the blunders in the draft Development Plan (DP) 2034 will be the biggest immediate challenge for the new Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) chief Ajoy Metha.

Actor Apte’s nude clip goes viral, director files complaint

Director Anurag Kashyap has complained to the Mumbai crime branch over a leaked nude scene of actor Radhika Apte from a short film he had directed.

Inquiry on Bhujbal still on: ACB

Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Monday informed the Bombay high court that its open inquiry against former state PWD minister Chhagan Bhujbal and his family for alleged money laundering was s

Orphan girl rescued from slavery in Jogeshwari

The Oshiwara police on Saturday rescued a nine-year-old orphan from “slavery” and arrested a 58-year-old woman, who had employed her, in Jogeshwari (west).

400 buildings in city are sitting ducks

For a city that is growing vertically, the killer earthquake in Nepal serves as a reminder of its preparedness to tackle such disasters.

The Narendra Modi government has suspended the registration of Greenpeace India under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010, (FCRA) for 180 days, preventing it from receiving any foreign funds

The Hindu Council UK has prepared its own “manifesto”, a list of demands submitted to political parties ahead of next month’s elections in the United Kingdom.