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Panel discussion held on menstrual hygiene

Stayfree, a women’s health and hygiene brand, hosted a panel discussion on menstruation on the occasion of ‘Menstrual Hygiene and Education Week’ with an aim to spread awareness of the need for educat

MNS opposes privatisation of Aarey dairy

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The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has strongly opposed the proposed privatisation of the Aarey dairy run by the state dairy development department.

AL Quadros meets transport Secretary

A.L. Quadros

Taxi union leader A.L.

Salman Khan files gutted in Mantralaya fire

Salman Khan

In a response to an RTI query, the state government has conceded that the files pertaining to the Salman Khan hit-and-run case were gutted in the Mantralaya fire three years ago.

‘Eve-teased’ models booked for ruckus in police station

Two models, who went to complain about eve-teasing at the DN Nagar police station in Andheri, were booked for creating a ruckus inside the police station and abusing the on-duty cops, accusing them of

Mentally challenged youth thrown out of JJ Hospital?

A lawyer has sent a legal notice to JJ Hospital seeking action against staff responsible for allegedly throwing out a mentally challenged youth without completing his medical treatment for a grave leg

Birthday bash for little Samruddhi Nagte

Doctors and hospital staff celebrate Samruddhi’s birthday in the premises of the MRI department of Sion Hospital.  ----Asian Age

Sion Hospital last Saturday celebrated the birthday of Samruddhi Nagte, the youngest victim of last year’s Diva-Sawantwadi train accident who turned three on July 27.

Mere possession of fake notes not an offence: Bombay High Court

In a significant judgment, the Bombay high court recently held that mere possession of counterfeit notes cannot be termed as an offence and prosecution is required to prove that the person had knowled

RDSO to look into repeated electrical failures on Central Railway

Adding to the Central Railway’s (CR) woes, officials from the Research Design and Standard Organisation (RDSO) will visit Mumbai Friday night, specifically to probe the incident where one of the motor

No bail for man who raped friend’s wife

A special women’s court recently refused to grant bail to a young man who was arrested for raping one of his best friend’s wife.

The dust is beginning to settle on an extraordinary election result in the UK.

Pakistan’s ludicrous charge that India’s spy agency RAW is behind the Karachi attack on the Ismaili community maybe laughed out of court here, given that the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed re