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Bengaluru oncologists bat for ganja

Support its legalisation for medical purposes

No funding sans accreditation?

The government seems to have toughened its stand for the requirement of mandatory accreditation for educational institutes.

Constable held is ACB’s ‘biggest catch in long time’

The Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), which recently trapped a police head constable from Thane Police Crime Branch who had allegedly amassed many properties, vehicles, gold ornaments and lak

Three officials convicted for corruption

In three separate cases, the courts have convicted three officials who were trapped by the state. Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) for taking bribes.

Court acquits 2 juveniles accused of sexual abuse

A sessions court in Mumbai on Saturday quashed and set aside an order of juvenile justice board, Dongri, that convicted two minor boys of committing unnatural sex with a nine-year-old boy.

Bookies held for betting on India vs England match

The Malad police on Friday afternoon arrested three alleged bookies for accepting bets on the India versus England cricket match.

Charred body found in Govandi

The Shivaji nagar police are investigating a mysterious murder case in which a completely charred body of a man, yet to be identified, was found in a pit in Govandi area early on Saturday morning.

Police rescue kid from abductor

The Kandivali police has cracked a kidnapping case of a four-year-old boy who was allegedly abducted by a 25-year-old man from near his residence on January 23.

‘80 per cent senior citizens work out of financial, other constraints’

Nearly 80 per cent of the elderly people in India are forced to work out of economic and other compulsions, reveals a survey by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).

Over 30 lakh elderly lose out on government benefits

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State policy deems a person to be senior citizen at 65 years of age, rather than the earlier 60

I travelled to Hampi recently and was blown away by the palace and temple ruins, and the fascinating landscape it was set in. To make it even more interesting, I stayed in a wildlife resort nearby.

President Barack Obama’s visit to India as the chief guest for our 66th Republic Day was a first since, surprisingly, no other US President had come in this capacity before.