The Dadar Kabutarkhana, one of the city’s famous landmarks, is in for a major revamp.
The Peshawar school tragedy could very well happen in our schools said principals and members of parent-teacher associations, as the present security measures are insufficient.
The Mumbai traffic police will conduct its annual drive against drunk driving between December 21, 2014 and January 1, 2015 with a severe crackdown on over-speeding and rash driving for the very first
The Bombay high court on Thursday directed organisers of the Kala Ghoda festival and local residents, who are opposing this fair, to hold a meeting and try to find an amicable solution to this problem
Report submitted to shipping ministry recommends developing eastern coast with help of MbPT
The Supreme Court on Thursday decided to examine the issue of suicides by debt-ridden farmers from the Maharashtra, which witnessed a horrific incident of a 75-year-old tiller lighting his own funeral
The Bombay high court on Thursday suggested that the state government consider implementing the Justice Dharmadhikari Panel recommendations at the earliest as setting up committees and panels to sugge
With barely three months left for announcement of the new fiscal budget, the BMC has managed to spend only 24 per cent of the funds allotted to it, raising concerns that monies earmarked for civic dev
The state industry ministry, which is headed by Shiv Sena leader Subhash Desai, is considering taking action against businesses that have less than 80 per cent Maharashtrians on their payroll.
The husband of a 20-year-old patient at Sion Hospital committed suicide after he had a disagreement with her over a prescribed magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan test for her.