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Truck pollution data unreliable, says NGO

Actual figure 70% higher, claims NGO

Congress scraps RSS’ Rahul Gandhi pay report

Rahul Gandhi

The Congress on Tuesday dismissed as a “patent lie” a report in the RSS mouthpiece which claimed that party vice-president Rahul Gandhi drew daily parliamentary allow-ance despite being absent from th

Dabhol plant to get new lease of life

Maharashtra government is going to revive the defunct Dabhol power plant, better known as Ratnagiri Gas and Power Private Limited (RGPPL), from November 1.

Labs at ports to halt export of cow meat

Amid the political slugfest over a man’s killing in Dadri over rumours that he had stored beef, the government on Tuesday said testing labs would be established at ports across India to check illegal

New Metro routes get green signal

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit on October 11, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday approved new two metro routes — Dahisar East to DN Nagar and Dahisar East to Andheri East of the Metr

Lightning victims’ kin to get more compensation

The state government has increased compensation to the families of people who lost their lives to lightning to Rs 4 lakh from Rs 1 lakh following a drastic increase in the number of deaths.

Fire breaks out at CGO Complex

A minor fire broke out inside a building housing the air wing office of the BSF and other Central police organisations in the CGO Complex here on Tuesday.

Minor gangraped at ‘birthday party’

A 15-year-old SSC student was gangraped by her friends on Tuesday at a birthday party at Kopri in Thane. All the five accused, including a woman, have been arrested.

Congress lodges plaint with EC

The Congress on Tuesday lodged a complaint against chief minister Devendra Fadnavis with the state election commission for making an announcement of a package of `6,500 crore for the Kalyan-Dombivali

Firing outside restaurant after tiff, 4 hurt

Four persons were injured, two of them critically, after about a dozen miscreants opened fire at a restaurant over a small argument with the owner in east Delhi’s Krishna Nagar area on Monday night.

The unnecessary controversy about renaming Aurangzeb Road in New Delhi as Dr A.P.J.

It’s an old cliche to say that we live in two countries — India and Bharat. The distinction is generally made along the urban-rural divide.