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Homeopathics claim breakthrough in AIDS, TB

Homeopathic doctors and researchers at the press club near CST on Wednesday—(Photo: Debasish Dey)

Homeopathic doctors from the city have claimed that they were on the verge of curing AIDS, tuberculosis and haemophilia.

Widow jumped into husband’s pyre?

The body of a 50-year-oldwoman was found at her husband’s pyre giving rise to the suspicion that she performed sati, a practice banned in India.

Government formulating alternative to section 66A

The Centre is bringing an alternative to section 66A of IT Act which was scrapped by the Supreme Court recently, said chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday in the Legislative Council.

I-T department submits report on Vijaykumar Gavit to High Court

Vijaykumar Gavit

The income tax department on Wednesday submitted a confidential report to the Bombay high court pertaining to its inquiry into the assessment of incomes and assets of former minister Vijaykumar Gavit.

CM Fadnavis: Government will regularise illegal structures in Maharashtra

Giving relief to lakhs of citizens of Maharashtra, the state government has decided to regularise illegal structures soon.

Central Railway gets rid of 3 BHEL rakes

Desperate due the tendency of its eight Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited (BHEL) rakes to break down, Central Railway (CR) has removed three of them out of service.

Salman Khan’s driver is lying, declares prosecution

The prosecution on Wednesday commenced final arguments in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan.

Acid attack victim directed to JJ, KEM

The Bombay high court on Wednesday asked the victim of an acid attack to go to the state-run JJ Hospital and civic-run KEM Hospital for her treatment as they would be better equipped and cost-effectiv

British girl dies after falling off horse

A seven-year-old British girl died at Matheran after falling off a horse when the animal went berserk for unknown reasons during a trip with her family to the popular hill station on Tuesday evening.

Yet to get study material: IDOL students

With less than a week remaining for the final exams of the Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL) of the University of Mumbai (MU) to get underway, students of some of the undergraduate and po

When a 71-year-old nun, who has dedicated her life to the service of society, is gangraped, it becomes a symbol of our collective shame.

The recent crisis in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has cynics chuckling quietly to themselves. They insist that ideals and utopias are alien to politics.