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‘If bailed, Chintan may tamper with evidence’

Opposing the bail application of artist Chintan Upadhyay, who is accused of being part of the conspiracy to kill his estranged wife Hema and her lawyer Haresh Bambhani, the prosecution in its reply sa

Cheers! Now apply for liquor permits online

Maharashtra’s excise department has launched an online portal for grant of liquor consumption permits, hotel permits and several other permissions to counter corruption.

Bodies of 3 more rebels found, toll mounts to 27

Security personnel on Tuesday found three more bodies of Maoists killed in an operation at a forest in Odisha’s Malkangiri district.

‘I stand vindicated’: Yeddyurappa after acquittal in Rs 40 crore bribery case

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Yeddyurappa was accused of alleged abuse of official position and corruption during his tenure as Karnataka CM.

No-confidence motion passed against NMMC chief

Tukaram Mundhe

A no-confidence motion was passed by the corporators of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) against its commissioner Tukaram Mundhe on Tuesday.

Bombay High Court turns heat on illegal cracker vendors

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The Bombay high court has directed all municipal corporations of Maharashtra to form separate teams in each ward to determine if those selling firecrackers are licensed and are operating as per the pr

Villagers gave vital info to cops

Residents of Panasput, a remote village in the “cut-off area” of Chitrakonda reservoir and nerve centre of Maoist activists, were the key architects behind the success of the joint operation of the An

Face trial for alleged wrongdoing in 2009 elections, SC tells Navjot Sidhu

 Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu. (Photo: File)

Sidhu had earlier appealed against the Punjab and Haryana High Court's order asking him to face trial.

Air passenger caught with 176 iPhones, gold

The Air Intelligence Unit of Mumbai airport’s customs department seized 176 iPhone of 5 and 6 series and gold bars worth Rs 91 lakh from a passenger in the wee hours of Monday.

Hike in fares for Mumbai unlikely, says Railway Board member

Mumbaikars may not see a hike in railway fares in the coming budget in February 2017 as no such proposal is currently being discussed in Delhi, said Railway Board member (Traffic), Mohammedd Jamshed.

As a neutral observer, I have no hesitation in saying that at this moment there is hardly any political party which could pose a political challenge to the BJP at the national level, but that doesn’t

Might is right is an adage as old as the Aravalli Hills.