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‘Use sewage water for power plants’

In an attempt to reduce dependency on water supply for power generation, the Maharashtra government has decided to use treated sewage water in thermal power plants.

Barack Obama gives retort to China

US welcomes greater role for India in Asia-Pacific region

Clothes that track your pregnancy

These clothes are not only smart maternity wear, they also keep a tab on your pregnancy

Taxi mows down auto driver

A 25-year-old rickshaw driver in Goregaon (east) lost his life after being knocked down by a speeding taxi early on Monday. The police is trying to trace the unidentified taxi driver.

Sensex scales new high, investors divided

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The equity markets climbed to a lifetime high on Tuesday posting their fifth straight sessions of gains, but market participants are divided on the markets’ further directions as foreign and domestic

Students give MU’s grievance redressal day a miss

The first Students’ Grievance Redressal Day, or Open Day, conducted by the University of Mumbai on Tuesday saw very few students turn up.

‘Obama visit opened new chapter’

US First Lady Michelle Obama meets the crowd in New Delhi on Tueday. 	— PTI

As US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle left India on Tuesday afternoon for the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said President Obama’s visit has taken bilateral r

Spectrum auction put off by a week to March

The Centre on Tuesday postponed telecom spectrum auction by a week to March 4. The deadline for bidders to submit applications has too been extended to February 16.

BMC to map noise pollution in city

Taking note of the increasing number of complaints against noise pollution, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to map noise levels in the city.

PM, Barack Obama talk of their humble roots

A continued bonhomie was witnessed between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a special radio broadcast of Mann ki Baat, aired on Tuesday night.

I am happy that we have more tigers today than yesterday. But I am not happy that, as a nation, we are bent on counting tigers and alternately moaning or gloating over it.

The fuss that the TV channels have been making about a debate between the Delhi’s potential chief ministerial candidates like the US presidential candidates do has been baffling because the focus has