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    DMK thanks SC for understanding Tamil Nadu’s need

    Chennai: The opposition Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) party on Wednesday thanked the Supreme Court for giving a verdict in favour of Tamil Nadu in connection with the Cauvery water sharing case.

  • Mike Pence, Tim Kaine face off in vice-presidential debate

    Virginia: Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, the running mate of Democrat Hillary Clinton, and his Republican rival Indiana Governor Mike Pence faced off for 90 minutes in the vice presidential debate of the campaign here.

  • Sanjay Nirupam resorting cheapest form of publicity for self gain

    Mumbai: With Sanjay Nirupam accusing the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of using the Indian Army’s recent ‘surgical strikes’ for political gain, the saffron party on Wednesday questioned the former’s credentials for questioning the integrity of the government.

  • ‘It’s deliberate and intentional’

    HC finds Maha govt deliberately delaying procurement of decibel meters; directs Additional Chief Secretary of Home Deptt to remain  present for next hearing

  • Alok Nath’s son booked in drink and drive case

    Mumbai : Mumbai police booked Bbollywood actor Alok Nath’s son in drunk and driving case on Monday night when the accused Shivang was accompanied by his three friends including two women in the car and was returning home from a birthday party.

  • Middle-age man dies while playing garba

    Mumbai : A 46- year- old resident from Saki Naka in Andheri (E) died while he was playing garba during the Navaratri festival, even as health experts have said that people who are not used to such exertion should be careful.

  • Govt pleases Marathwada

    Announces a package worth Rs 49,248 crore; Opposition terms it as an attempt to appease the region keeping in mind the ensuing local body polls
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  • Rainfall to continue for next 48 hrs

    Mumbai : Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday predicted that the present moderate rains would continue for the next 48 hours.

  • WR to introduce 8 new services from Oct 10

    Mumbai : The Western Railways (WR) would be introducing eight new services on the suburban section and would start operating them from October 10.

  • Traffic police launch ‘CCTV challan’ drive

    Mumbai : Mumbai police on Tueday launched a ‘CCTV challan’ initiative, which would help in issuing fines to road rule violators without traffic police personnel being present on the site.

  • City put on high alert

    Mumbai : A high alert has been sounded in Mumbai following reports that Pakistan is likely to mount an air attack in the city before Diwali festival.

  • City-based NGO to start thalassemia centres in Latur and Chandrapur

    Mumbai : Two new thalassemia centres are to be started in the Latur and Chandrapur districts of the state by a Mumbai-based NGO, so that children suffering from blood disorders can get transfusions on a regular basis.

  • Teenager molests minor inside bakery

    Bhayandar : The Thane (rural) police are on the look out of a 17-year-old teenager for allegedly molesting an eight year old girl inside a bakery-cum-shop in Bhayandar.

  • Ashram that ‘took away’ minor mother’s child gets HC notice

    Mumbai : While hearing the plea of the ‘minor’ mother, who is seeking custody of her nine-month daughter, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday issued a notice to Matunga-based child care centre, which took away the girl child.

  • Some BJP-Sena corporators in high spirit after draws

    From raising voices against the new property taxation system to backing the regularisation of Surya Namaskar in civic schools, Manoj Kotak, BJP leader in the civic body, was in high spirits after the civic body’s lotteries were drawn.

  • BMC Elections 2017: Delimitation shakes corporators

    Mumbai : Several corporators across the parties have received a major setback ahead of the 2017 Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) elections as the State Election Commission on Monday announced revised reservations for all 227 wards across the city.