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Assessment of commerce exams to be done online

In a bid to expedite results of the commerce stream that has the maximum number of students enrolled with it, the University of Mumbai (MU) has decided to make assessment of answer-sheets of commerce

‘Need either a patrol jeep or more lifeguards’

File photo of Juhu beach

The lifeguards at the Juhu beach said there is a dire need of either a patrol jeep or more lifeguards so they can reach any spot on the 4.5 kilometre beach within minutes of an emergency.

Minor drowns at Juhu, sixth this year

A Sunday outing at the Juhu beach turned tragic for three college students after one of the minors drowned on Sunday evening in Santa Cruz (west).

Salman case: Bombay High Court to commence hearing July 30

Salman Khan

The Bombay high court on Monday fixed July 30, for commencement of hearing on the appeal filed by Bollywood star Salman Khan challenging his conviction and five-year imprisonment sentence in the 2002

Court reserves order on plea of NBW against Modi

A special PMLA court in Mumbai on Monday reserved its order on an application filed by Enforcement Directorate (ED) seeking issuance of non-bailable warrant (NBW) against former Indian Premier League

Lalit Modi’s lawyer gets threat call from Ravi Pujari

Lalit Modi’s lawyer Mehmood Abdi has filed a complaint with the Oshiwara police after receiving a threat call from fugitive gangster Ravi Pujari on Sunday afternoon.

Statewide alert in Maharashtra

The fidayeen style terror attack at Gurdaspur in Punjab on Monday has spurred the police in Mumbai to declare a statewide alert with security beefed up at all important police centres, including major

Freeway Mishap: Janhavi Gadkar files bail plea in sessions court

Advocate Janhavi Gadkar, who was arrested for drunk driving and causing death of two persons by ramming her car into another taxi coming from the opposite side on the Eastern Freeway, on Monday filed

CM Devendra Fadnavis rues cyber crime in banking

Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday admitted to big challenges in tackling cyber-crime and feared that banking had been recognised as the sector most vulnerable to cyber-crime.

RPI worker booked for blackmailing, raping woman

The Kasturba Marg police has arrested a RPI worker for allegedly raping a 35-year-old woman, a social workers by extorting and blackmailing her for the past few years.

Eleven-year-old Lachimi has no time to play with friends, enjoy leisure, study or even do homework.

While not always tilting at windmills, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal continues his confrontation with the Centre, which he has accused of creating hurdles for his government and ruling the capi