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Central Railway ticket sales at counters up by 13 per cent since April

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The Central Railway (CR) has seen an increase in sales at its ticket counters by 13 per cent since April when railway staff working as facilitators on the Automatic Ticket Vending Machines (ATVMs) wer

Anandraj Ambedkar fumes over government delay

Ahead of the death anniversary of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, his grandson Anandraj has warned the state government that he would forcefully take possession of Indu Mill premises if it didn’t put out a con

College polls to resume?

The Maharashtra government is keen to re-start college elections as they would groom student leaders and help them develop leadership skills, education minister Vinod Tawde said on Saturday.

‘Tax loopholes being examined’

Maintaining that there was an urgent need to improve the economy of Maharashtra, state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said the state government was trying to remove the loopholes in the existing

Shiv Sena pats CM’s back for Shivaji memorial

The Shiv Sena, to much surprise, has praised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after the former allies broke up officially.

BJP hints at Shiv Sena inclusion

After keeping its lips sealed for over two weeks, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has hinted again at the possible inclusion of Shiv Sena in the state Cabinet ahead of the Winter Session of the Mahar

Ex-CM stuck in lift for 40 minutes

In a mishap, former chief minister Prithviraj Chavan got stuck and locked up for around 40 minutes in a lift at his Churchgate office on Saturday evening.

BMS union at odds with government

RSS-affiliated organisation opposes BJP government’s labour law amendments

Tournament concludes

The two-day sports tournament organised by Epilepsy Foundation concluded on Saturday. The Badminton men’s category title was won by P.

Three-day solar show ends at goregaon

Intersolar India 2014, the three-day solar show hosted by MMI India, concluded at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon.

When our public sector is much in news whether it involves privatisation or disinvestment, it is worth recalling whether they are good corporate citizens, especially when they are monopolies.

How many deaths will it take to realise that too many young women in their prime have needlessly died?