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Doctors gift rail victim an education

Samruddhi Nagte

In September last year, she got a fresh lease of life in the form of a new prosthetic, adjustable leg specially designed by experts from London.

First of two BEST fare hikes on February 1, second in April

Starting February 1, commuters will have to cough up more for bus rides, with the BEST implementing a fare hike in the range of Rs 1 to Rs 10.

Activist seeks ban on brand behind ‘Gandhi Bot’ beer

A consumer activist from suburban Andheri has filed a private complaint in Metropolitan Magistrate Court against an United States-based beer manufacturing company, questioning the use of photograph of

Five booked for assaulting convert

The Nalasopara police has registered an FIR against five unknown persons who got into the workplace of a 38-year-old man in Nalasopara (east) and assaulted him because he converted to another religion

Government stays BMC parking policy

In a major decision, the Devendra Fadnavis-led BJP government has decided to stay the new pay and park parking policy adopted by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) this month.

Construction in Aarey Colony banned

Taking tough stand against construction in Goregaon’s Aarey Milk Colony, which in a no-development zone, revenue minister Eknath Khadse has banned such activities in the area.

Bombay Development Directorate chawls to get revamp

File photo of BDD chawl in Worli

Project to be spread over 93 acres

Renewed hope for Andheri’s Gilbert Hill

File photo of Gilbert Hill 	—Aadesh Pokhare

There is fresh hope for the development of Gilbert Hill in Andheri as a major tourist spot with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and the state government joining hands on this delayed project.

‘Inquiry into 12 projects on’

The state government on Thursday informed the Bombay high court that it has initiated an open inquiry into the 12 irrigation projects mentioned in a public interest litigation alleging irregularities.

City beaches to be lit up with high-mast lamps

If the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has its way, beaches at Juhu, Saat Bungalow and Versova will soon be illuminated with high-mast lights i.e.

Never mind if it was divine intervention or crafty cunning.

On the first day of American President Barack Obama’s visit to India, the two most commonly used words were chemistry and optics.