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    Balasaheb greatly missed: Devendra Fadnavis

    Mumbai: Amidst the ruling alliance partners in Maharashtra sparring, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday greeted Uddhav Thackeray on Shiv Sena’s 50th anniversary, even as he “greatly missed” party founder late Balasaheb Thackeray’s guidance.

  • Dongri observation home still waiting for government aid

    In July 2013, the Ministry of Women and Child Welfare had announced that the government was actually supposed to provide Rs 1,200 per month per child. The governments changed hands at the Centre and the State but getting funds for rehabilitation of the home are far from cry

  • Road repair scam: Only one contractor responds to MCGM’s tender

    Mumbai: The scam in road repairing has affected the pothole-filling work in the city. The MCGM has not yet reportedly found the contractor to undertake the job this year and hence the city will be witnessing bumpy roads and water logging problems during monsoon like any other year.

  • Gorai-Uttan tourism hub: Irate villagers gear up for massive protest

    Bhayandar: As the State government moves ahead to develop the environmentally sensitive Gorai-Manori-Uttan belt into a recreation and tourism zone (RTDZ), local villagers have rolled up their sleeves to launch a massive protest against the recently approved Development Plan which they term as a Destructive Plan (DP) that would spell doom for the region.

  • Incomplete bridge self inaugurated, opened by people in Vasai

    Palghar: The political parties in Vasai were either busy attempting the inauguration of the newly constructed Vasai east – west bridge for the last couple of days, not understanding the fact that, according to the MMRDA the bridge is still incomplete and could put travellers’ lives in danger.

  • Vasai: BJP workers fight among themselves on Whatsapp

    Palghar: The Vasai Taluka BJP was embarrassed with party infighting between alleged party worker’s and the Vasai youth leader wherein the former, along with a dozen men and women armed with baseball and cricket bats, attempted a deadly assault on the latter. The cops have registered an offence against a dozen people under section 143, 147, 148, 504, 352 and 135 of the Bombay Police Act but haven’t arrested any.

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    Uddhav Thackeray draws the red line for the BJP

    Mumbai :  In a veiled warning, Shiv Sena party president Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday stopped short of threatening to snap ties with its alliance partner but drew a red line and said that the onus is on the BJP to keep its sensibilities in mind.

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    BJP looks for a conformist as Rajan’s succesor

    SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya, former CAG Vinod Rai, ex-RBI Deputy Governor Rakesh Mohan are among the names doing the rounds as possible successors to Raghuram Rajan

  • Raghuram Rajan exit to weigh on markets

    Mumbai :  The likely exit of Britain from the European Union and Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan’s decision not to seek a second term might lead to heightened volatility in the Indian equity markets in the ensuing week. Investors will also be concerned over the initial deficit in monsoon rain, fluctuations in rupee value and food prices.

  • BMC Road Scam: 4 site engineers arrested

    Mumbai:  The Mumbai Police arrested four site engineers on Sunday in connection with the Rs 352-crore BMC road scam. All the accused were produced in Kila court which has remanded them to police custody till June 21.

  • Portugal foiled by Austria

    Paris : Cristiano Ronaldo missed a second-half penalty as Portugal stumbled to a second straight draw at Euro 2016 on Saturday after a frustrating 0-0 stalemate against Group F rivals Austria in Paris.

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    England seek to top group against Slovakia

    England goalkeeping coach Dave Watson and forward Wayne Rooney stand on the pitch in Saint Etienne on the eve of their Euro 2016 match against Slovakia.

  • Junk food helped me get over loss: Gareth Bale

    Paris: Wales skipper Gareth Bale has revealed he had eaten junk food like burgesr, chips and pancakes to make himself feel better after his team fell to a heartbreaking 2-1 defeat against England at the ongoing Euro 2016 football tournament.

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