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19000 infants lost to illnesses

RTI report reveals that more that 24,000 children from the state died in 2013

Five-month struggle to file complaint

Raj Thackeray

Man wanted MNS chief Raj Thackeray booked for hate speech

Chain snatcher attempts suicide in jail

A 28-year-old youth booked in multiple chain snatching cases lost his cool and “attempted suicide” by banging his head against the wall inside the Govandi police station premises on Thursday afternoon

Witness to depose against Saif Ali Khan in court next month

Saif Ali Khan

A Mumbai metropolitan magistrate court conducting trial in the Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan assault case is likely to record the statement of NRI businessman Iqbal Mir Sharma, on whose complaint the

Minor girl raped, ‘married’

The Wadala Truck Terminal police has arrested a total of four persons, including a 21-year-old man who allegedly abducted an 11-year-old girl from Mumbai, confined her and raped her on several occasio

Crime branch to handle Laxman Dhoble rape case

Bombay High Court

The Maharashtra government on Friday informed the Bombay high court that the crime branch of the city police was probing the complaint of rape against former state minister and the sitting NCP MLA fro

‘No to Supreme Court benches in different cities’

Chairperson of the National Law Commission, Ajit Shah, on Friday said that he was not in favour of creating benches of the Supreme Court in different parts of the country.

Exams to be held in November

The Mumbai University’s Board of Examinations has decided to shift all major exams from October to November due to Assembly elections in the state.

Allies get back to talking

Amit Shah with Uddhav Thackeray 	—PTI file photo

Shiv Sena and BJP take step back from brink; new formula proposed

Lower antenna heights: Expert

International radiation expert Dr Dariusz Leszczynski has said that lowering the height of mobile tower antennas will not affect people’s health much and reduce health hazards in a big way.

The kindest thing that can be said of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s indifferent performance in the series of byelections since the general election last May is that they are a pointer to the significant role played by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in ensuring the decisive Lok Sabha outcome.

Disasters not only disrupt society, they also distort its basic categories, creating inversions, disrupting normalcy and suspending time in a prolonged way. Return to normalcy then becomes even more difficult and unpredictable.