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CAG slams censor board for irregular conversions

The censor board has been slammed by the CAG for flouting several norms that led to irregular conversion of ‘A’ category films into ‘UA’ and ‘U’ and also for alleged fabrication of documents and favou

7/11 blasts victim dies after 9-year coma

Parag Sawant’s body being taken to Sion Hospital for post-mortem on Tuesday (Photo: Rajesh Jadhav)

Parag Sawant, a victim of the train blasts on July 11, 2006 died on Tuesday after being in a coma and semi-conscious state for the last nine years at Hinduja Hospital.

Taxis failing test drive: Unions

Taxi unions claimed that many of their taxis were failing the recalibration test drive at the Worli test track because the track had been encroached upon by private vehicles however the legal metrolog

Lepto rears ugly head in city again

The city has witnessed an unprecedented surge in leptospirosis cases this monsoon.

Western Railway to launch new version of ticket app

 Union Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu (Photo: PTI)

From Wednesday, Western Railway (WR) commuters can forget about snaking ticketing queues as the WR, in the afternoon the same day, will launch an updated version of the application called UTS (Unreser

‘Haven’t received summons from ED’

Former India Premier League (IPL) chief Lalit Modi’s lawyer Mehmood Abdi on Tuesday clarified that neither is he authorised to receive summons nor has he received them from the Enforcement Directorate

Government defaulting on water bills

State offices owe BMC Rs 61 crore

Cops clip wings, detain 2 for flying drone near TISS

DCP Sangramsingh Nishandar shows the drone

Two persons from housing.com have been detained by the Trombay police for allegedly flying an unmanned aerial drone near the TISS campus on Monday morning for photographing nearby housing projects.

Relief for Pankaja as lab tests find no mud in chikki samples

Maharashtra child and women welfare minister Pankaja Munde has got a partial reprieve in allegations against her after laboratory tests conducted on chikki supplied in Ahmednagar district schools did

Ambedkar village included in yojana

Ambawade in Ratnagiri district — the ancestral village of the architect of the Indian constitution Dr B.R.

On Sunday, July 5, another chapter opened in the odyssey of Greece’s tortured relations with the eurozone.

The latest controversy over Air India reminds me of Singapore Airlines (SIA) dropping out of the bidding in 2001 when the national carrier hoped that partial privatisation would raise enough money to