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Ready to give CoI records, Army tells court

The Army on Monday informed a special court that it is ready to re-consider Lt. Col.

Affordable homes remain on paper

State agencies have failed to build a single affordable house despite announcing that the government would build over one lakh affordable houses this year to complete its target of 19 lakh houses by 2

‘Ample evidence of Peter’s guilt’

Peter Mukerjea

The prosecution in the Sheena Bora murder case on Wednesday concluded its arguments on the bail plea filed by former media baron Peter Mukerjea whose lawyer is likely to file a rejoinder to this on Th

MARD to hold peaceful protest

Dr T.P. Lahane

The Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) on Wednesday assured the Bombay high court that instead of going on strike, doctors would protest in a peaceful manner to get resident doctors’ d

Cyber cell to probe online piracy of Marathi movie

The poster of the film

The latest film to become a victim of online movie piracy is Marathi movie Sairat, which was allegedly uploaded on a popular video streaming site days into its release.

Nigerian held for peddling drugs

Ique Chikwneni Emaniyal and 	Infunanya Ginika Minke

Crime branch officials have arrested a Nigerian national for drug possession and peddling.

Police arrests man, woman for selling new intoxicant

The MRA Marg police has arrested two people for peddling a new type of intoxicant.

4 BMC officials booked over certificates issued

The Agripada police has registered an FIR against four BMC officials for issuing an occupancy certificate to an illegal construction in Dadar area.

Cops arrest 3 of Bhiwandi motorcycle robbery gang

The police claim to have busted a major racket in Bhiwandi after three members of an alleged gang of two-wheeler thieves were arrested on Tuesday, with the anti-chain snatching cell of the Thane polic

Car runs over 10 kids; 5 in ICU

The mangled remains of the Honda City

Ten children playing on a street in Sathe Nagar in Mankhurd were seriously injured when a 38-year-old man, who lost control of his speeding Honda City, allegedly ran them over on Wednesday.

Zij astronomy made its debut in India under the patronage of King Firoz Shah Tughlaq who ruled Delhi from 1351 to 1388.

Humour charms. But is humour that draws attention to one’s flaws a high-risk strategy if you are a prominent politician in this country?