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Token machine more menace than help?

A commuter tries out the biometric token machine

The token machine that churns out tokens with a number for the commuter to go to the counter to purchase an outstation ticket that was started at Mumbai Central station last month has broken down 14 t

Be prepared for another rain-drenched week: IMD

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After the relief from rising temperatures due to continual rainfall in the city within last 48 hours, Mumbaikars may look forward to another rainy week as the Indian Metrological Department (IMD) has

25 police stations selected for CCTVs

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Despite high court orders in August last year, the Maharashtra government is yet to make any significant progress in installing CCTV cameras at police

No sugar production?

Relief and rehabilitation minister Eknath Khadse has said the state government is considering not allowing production of sugarcane and its crushing this year, keeping in mind the drinking water crisis

Decentralised tanks, watershed schemes can fix drought: Study

File photo of the parched Marathwada region

The water resource department has recommended a long-term policy for Marathwada region to overcome the drought

Powers of approval for irrigation to be delegated soon

The deadlock over halted approvals for irrigation projects might get over in a month’s time, as the government is going to delegate powers of approval to irrigation development corporations in Vidarbh

State to modernise infrastructure to curb power theft

Concerned about the 14 per cent power distribution and transmission losses in Maharashtra, the energy department has decided to increase special police stations, computerise feeders and modernise its

A great Zen master, in charge of the monastery of Mayu Kagi, owned a cat, who was the real love of his life.

To understand the Patidar, or Patel, stir in Gujarat, let us look at the background.