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Parties still sceptical about GST

With the government set to ratify the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Constitution Amendment Bill at a special session of the legislature to be held specifically for the purpose on Monday, parties across

State to start its own cattle shelter at Dapchari

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After failing to elicit the interest of NGOs and private parties in its cattle shelters scheme, the Maharashtra government has now decided to build one on its own at Dapchari, in Palghar district, som

BMC’s Bandra fair policy to curb illegal hawking

The civic body has issued its policy for the Bandra fair this year keeping in mind high court orders asking it to ensure the eight-day celebrations do not blocks roads and hamper traffic.

2,400 investors want rights to Chhagan Bhujbal’s Hex World project

Chhagan Bhujbal

The 2,400-odd homebuyers, who have booked flats in the Chhagan Bhujbal-promoted Hex World project, will soon file a writ petition in the high court to get development rights to the property.

Police Didis win the trust of slum women

Thanks to the ‘Police Didi’ project of the Mumbai police, scores of women from slums in suburban Chembur are coming forward to share their problems.

New approach brings down pending court cases by 20 lakh

Judicial authorities have said the number of pending court cases at any given time had drastically reduced from 50 lakh to 30 lakh since the launch of a new system that entailed segregating cases and

Two Samaritans have their eye on a noble cause

Kusum Ben Vira

As part of an ongoing eye donation awareness week that started on August 25, two women are working towards influencing people to donate their eyes after their death so that the blind can regain vision

Raj Thackeray dares action on Dahi Handi mandals

Raj Thackeray

MNS chief Raj Thackeray has challenged the state government to take action against the Dahi Handi mandals that violated a Supreme Court directive during the recent Gokulashtami festival celebrations.

RSS firm on Rahul Gandhi apology

Rahul Gandhi

Not satisfied with an explanation in the apex court from Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s lawyers that Mr Gandhi did not mean to blame the entire RSS for Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination, the comp

As the mist begins to clear somewhat on Kashmir, a few salient points are staring the country in the face.

The RSS has now dropped all pretence of being a “cultural” body, the cloak behind which it hid since the ban imposed on it after Gandhiji’s assassination was lifted, and is unapologetically showing it