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Bombay HC quashes rape case as accused pays up Rs 10 Lakh

In an unusual verdict, the Bombay high court has quashed a rape case against a 30-year-old man after he paid Rs 10 lakh to the 23-year-old victim, who is now seven months pregnant, saying it was being

Taloja plant blamed for Kasadi pollution

File photo of Kasadi River

With pollution in the Kasadi River having allegedly reached hazardous levels due to discharge of industrial effluents from Taloja’s MIDC industrial complex, the fishing community and activists are bla

Union defers Taxi, Auto strike deadline to August 10

Jai Bhagwan Taxi and Autorickshaw Sanghatana (JBTRS) leader Balasaheb Sanap, who had threatened to go on strike from August 5, has said that he would shift the deadline to August 10, as a gesture of c

Hancock bridge demolished though it was not unsafe: Plea

The Railways did not have any report that says Hancock bridge was dangerous and it needed to be demolished, said a petitioner who has challenged the BMC’s decision to demolish the bridge in the high c

De-radicalised 20 city youth lured by ISIS: ATS

In the last seven months, nearly 20 young men have been lured by the banned terrorist organisation Islamic State, some even wanting to leave the country and be an IS operative.

Were ISIS men planning attack during Ramzan?

According to Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) sources, the two men with alleged ISIS links who were arrested in Parbhani — Shahed Khan (24) and Naser Chaus (31) — were allegedly planning an attack on a Shia

2 pregnant among 11 missing in Kerala

The Maharashtra police, which recently helped the Kerala police in the arrest of two persons from Maharashtra for radicalising people in Kerala, has learnt that there were two pregnant women in the gr

Bhumata Brigade activists beat up alleged rapist

The Bhumata Brigade took the law into its own hands on Wednesday and beat up an engineer who had allegedly raped a colleague and refused to marry her in Shikrapur town of Pune’s Shirur tehsil.

Bhumata Brigade activists beat up alleged rapist

The Bhumata Brigade took the law into its own hands on Wednesday and beat up an engineer who had allegedly raped a colleague and refused to marry her in Shikrapur town of Pune’s Shirur tehsil.

4 injured in LPG cylinder blast at Sion

An eight-year-old girl suffered serious injuries after an LPG cylinder exploded at Rawali Camp in the Sion-Koliwada area on Wednesday. Three other people were also injured in the incident.

Indian Railways: Lifeline of the Nation” — runs the bold title of a 2015 government white paper.

Allegations that Russian intelligence agencies hacked into emails of the US Democratic Party’s National Committee (DNC) and released them via WikiLeaks prove that the division between domestic and int