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Telugu community gave city a lot: Ashish Shelar


City BJP chief and MLA Ashish Shelar said that the Telugu community has contributed immensely in the development of Mumbai city.

Speed magnets may affect Western Railway punctuality from today

Punctuality of trains on the Western Railway (WR) will take a hit as the Auxiliary Warning System (AWS) with a speed-restriction magnet was fixed at Churchgate, following the freak accident at the sta

‘Harbour to surpass WR in 5 years’

Vadala Station

Claim officials as projects related to infrastructure, services will be completed by then

Swine flu patient is stable now: Doctor

The 47-year-old Navi Mumbai resident who had contracted swine flu earlier this week is said to be stable and has been put off the ventilator.

BMC will fund coastal road: Shiv Sena

Party seeks credit for ambitious project, tussles with BJP for the same

Now, Congress slams BJP over LED issue

Following the Shiv Sena, the Congress has also criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for insisting on using LED lights at Marine Drive.

Government to set up 4 new vegetable markets

With an aim of controlling prices of fruits and vegetables in the city, the AAP government has decided to build four new wholesale markets in the city.

St. Stephen row: Valson Thampu seeks CBI probe into molestation charge

St. Stephen’s principal Valson Thampu on Sunday sought a CBI probe into the alleged molestation of a research scholar, who has also accused him of shielding the accused.

Give academics more autonomy, urges RSS body

An RSS-backed organisation, the Hindu Education Board, has criticised the existing education system for breeding “inefficiency and corruption” across the country, and has pitched for institutes to cra

Fraud cases in matrimonial websites, 5 arrested

The Delhi police’s special cell has arrested five people, including a woman, for allegedly cheating prospective brides through popular matrimonial websites.

When it was observed in this column a month ago that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had suffered a precipitous loss of popularity within one year flat, faster than his predecessors who lasted longer tha

Pamela Hartigan, director of the Schwab Foundation, drew up a list of 10 points common to people who become dissatisfied with the world around them and decide to create their own work.