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  • BMC Elections: To woo voters 40kg ganja brought into Mumbai, seized by ANC

    For the upcoming civic body elections, police has increased their vigilance. Police are keeping close eye on the movements of drugs. Lately it is seen that drugs are distributed to woo the voters. Anti Narcotics Cell (ANC) on Saturday arrested a 20-year-old youth with 40 kg ganja worth Rs 4 lakh was seized from him in suburban Vikroli.

  • Mayur Morye, independent candidate from Jogeshwari who crowdfunded his campn

    A total of 2,275 candidates, which include 1,190 males, 1,084 females and one transgender, are in fray for the 227 seats of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), election for which will be held on February 21. 13 political parties will slug it out to make it to the power corridors of the cash-rich civic body after February 23 (the counting day). These parties have altogether fielded 2,024 candidates, whereas 717 candidates are fighting

  • BMC Election: Stop peeping, focus on governance, says Sena to PM Modi

    Mumbai: In a vitriolic attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his jibe at Manmohan Singh, bickering ally Shiv Sena today asked him to stop peeping in others’ bathrooms, maintain the dignity of his office and concentrate on governance instead of threatening opposition parties by flagging their horoscopes.

  • KVIC sends legal notice to Fabindia for violating regulations

    New Delhi: Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) has come down strongly on Fabindia for selling its ready made cotton garments as Khadi products without getting proper approvals and threatened legal action if the organisation did not stop the practice immediately.

  • Uttarakhand Election 2017: BJP candidate Mahendra Bhatt attacked

    New Delhi: Ahead of the Uttarakhand polls, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Mahendra Bhatt was rushed to the hospital after being attacked by unknown persons in the early hours of Monday. He is contesting elections from Badrinath constituency.

  • UN Security Council to meet over North Korea missile test

    United Nations: The UN Security Council will assemble on Monday for emergency consultations on North Korea’s successful ballistic missile test after Japan, South Korea and the US called for an urgent meeting, diplomats said.

  • IndvsBan: Mahmudullah’s unbeaten 58 takes Bangladesh to 202/5

    Hyderabad: India closed in on their eighth victory of the home season even as Mahmudullah Riyadh showed defiance with an unbeaten half-century, taking Bangladesh to 202 for five at lunch on the final day of the one-off Test here.

  • BJP tears into Akhilesh govt over UP minister threatening journalist’s life

    New Delhi: Slamming the Samajwadi party for failing to keep the law and order in the state intact, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday held the ruling dispensation of the state accountable after a state minister allegedly threatened to set a local journalist on fire for not supporting him in the ongoing Assembly Elections.

  • The 59th GRAMMY Awards - Press Room

    Grammys 2017: Watch Beyonce’s dazzling performance and speech

    Beyonce gave all her fans a surprise after she announced her pregnancy on February 1. But what came after that was more surprising, ‘Queen of the Grammys Beyonce will perform at the Grammys 2017!’ Well, this isn’t the first time she has performed during pregnancy; the earlier was in 2011 during the MTV Video Music Awards.

  • Panama Papers: SC to hear plea seeking CBI investigation

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today will hear the plea seeking a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the Panama papers expose case, in which many Indian industrialists and celebrities have been named.

  • The Oscars 2017 performer announced!

    The 89th Academy Awards announced the performances who will be belting put the nominees for Music in Original Song. The list includes: Singing sensations Justin Timberlake, John Legend, Sting, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Auli’i Cravalho.

  • Shiv Sena acknowledging Cong’ contributions puts BJP in its place

    New Delhi : With all eyes on the upcoming crucial Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), elections, the Congress has hit the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) right where it hurts, by hailing Shiv Sena for acknowledging the contributions made by the former prime ministers of the grand old party for the nation, especially Mumbai.